31 Mar

The Force Awakens Bits: ‘Star Wars’ Wins Big at the Empire Awards, Every Line in That Big Flashback Scene, and the Craziest Stormtrooper Figure of All Time

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In today’s edition of The Force Awakens Bits: Star Wars: The Force Awakens wins big at the Empire Awards. Ewan McGregor shares his opinion of The Force Awakens. Kylo and Rey are now popular baby names. Target teases their exclusive Blu-ray features. The most insane Stormtrooper statue of all time is here. A detailed breakdown of […]

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31 Mar

‘Scorpion’ Cast Previews Fort Knox Episode and New Team Member [Wondercon]

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Members of the cast of Scorpion attended a Wondercon panel for the CBS show. Based on the cases of Walter O’Brien, a team of geniuses helps Homeland Security solve crises, many based on O’Brien’s true missions. An upcoming episode will portray the Scorpion team break into Fort Knox. Eddie Kaye Thomas, who plays compulsive gambler […]

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31 Mar

Superhero Bits: Petition Against Zack Snyder, Loki Chooses a Side in Civil War & More

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How many people have signed a petition to remove Zack Snyder from the DC Comics cinematic universe? What would a scout trooper helmet designed by Wayne Industries look like? Which side would Loki be on in Marvel’s Civil War? When can you see a new clip from Captain America: Civil War? All that and more […]

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30 Mar

Director Gareth Edwards’ Mystery Sci-Fi Project Could Still Happen

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Before Gareth Edwards‘ breakout directorial debut, Monsters, even opened in theaters, he had another project in the works. Edwards was set to direct what was described as an “epic human story, set in a futuristic world without humanity.” The director instead moved on to make Godzilla, which led to him directing Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Edwards’ schedule is pretty […]

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30 Mar

‘The Sea of Trees’ Trailer: God Is Waiting for Matthew McConaughey

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It’s been a few years since we’ve seen a film from director Gus Van Sant. His last feature, Promised Land, was a charming and thoughtful drama, but it didn’t quite strike a chord with audiences. Van Sant’s next film, The Sea of Trees, promises to be even more divisive. While Roadside Attractions has yet to set a release […]

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30 Mar

Hans Zimmer Is Done With Superhero Movies; ‘Thor 3’ Might Be Tom Hiddleston’s Last Time as Loki

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Superheroes are forever. Even the ones that don’t count immortality among their special powers have a way of surviving, provided they’re popular enough that it makes more financial sense to resurrect them than to let them stay dead. But the humans behind superheroes are not forever, and even as these characters’ stories continue on and on for decades, […]

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30 Mar

James Gunn “Not Sure” If He’ll Return for ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’

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James Gunn hasn’t been shy about his love for Marvel and the Guardians of the Galaxy movies. He’s gushed, often, about how much he enjoyed making the first one, and signed on for the sequel before the first film even hit theaters. But even Gunn can’t do this forever. The director recently admitted that he’s “not sure” if he’ll […]

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30 Mar

Aaron Sorkin Reflects on Working with David Fincher and the Opening of ‘The Social Network’

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Aaron Sorkin has collaborated with some of the best filmmakers working today. Bennett Miller (Moneyball), Danny Boyle (Steve Jobs), and David Fincher (The Social Network) — all of them made first-rate films out of Sorkin’s first-rate writing. The acclaimed screenwriter is finally tackling one of his own scripts as a director, an adaptation of Molly’s Game. In a recent interview, while the Academy Award-winning writer […]

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30 Mar

‘Room’ Director Lenny Abrahamson to Tackle WWI Drama ‘The Grand Escape’

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Lenny Abrahamson wasn’t exactly a newcomer when he directed Room — it was his fifth feature — but the film definitely served as a breakout in a way that none of his other films had. It snagged him a Best Director nomination, establishing him as a filmmaker to watch, and since then we’ve been waiting anxiously […]

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30 Mar

Sofia Coppola to Remake ‘The Beguiled’; Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, and Elle Fanning to Star

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Sofia Coppola recently used her land legs to walk away from Universal’s new take on The Little Mermaid, but now she’s diving into another retelling of an classic story. Albeit a very, very different kind of classic story. She’s set to write and direct a remake of The Beguiled, the 1971 Clint Eastwood drama about a soldier taken […]

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