26 May

Mel Gibson Turned Down Playing Odin in ‘Thor’, Talks the State of Superhero Movies & Cinema

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The Marvel cinematic universe is growing so much that nearly every actor in Hollywood will have appeared in a Marvel Studios movie before all is said and done. For most actors and actresses, a role in a Marvel movie is a good move. But apparently taking a key role in a Marvel movie wasn’t something […]

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26 May

‘Deepwater Horizon’ Trailer: Mark Wahlberg Faces the Flames with Courage

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After facing prehistoric Transformers in 2014 and hanging out with a talking teddy bear in Ted 2 last year, Mark Wahlberg confronts something a little more real this fall in Deepwater Horizon. Based on the real life disaster, the film follows Wahlberg as a family man working on the title oil rig as anything and […]

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26 May

How Did This Get Made: A Conversation with Mel Brooks, Executive Producer Of ‘Solarbabies’

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From Blazing Saddles and Young Frankenstein to Spaceballs and The Producers, legendary filmmaker Mel Brooks has been responsible for some of the most beloved movies ever made. And unsurprisingly, at various points in his career, he has discussed the making of almost all his films. Except for one—the lone dud in his canon—a film so […]

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26 May

Mondo Honors Alfred Hitchcock with His Own Collectible Figure and New Prints

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There are plenty of action figures for the heroes of movies out there, but filmmakers don’t get the merchandise they deserve. Mondo is hoping to change that by giving legendary filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock his own sixth scale collectible figure. The Alfred Hitchcock figure was first announced back in 2014 when Mondo revealed they were venturing […]

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26 May

The Latest ‘Captain America’ Comic is Angering Fans (and They’re Almost Certainly Overreacting)

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If you think dodging movie and television spoilers is hard, just trying being a comic book fan. The biggest twists from any new comic day (that’s every Wednesday) will be in the headlines of every website before noon. It’s a problem. So chances are strong that even non-readers know all about the big revelation that […]

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26 May

‘Alien: Covenant’ First Look: Katherine Waterston Has Nowhere to Run

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On Alien Day last month, director Ridley Scott offered our first look at the production of Alien: Covenant by way of the mission patch with the name of the title ship we’ll be following. This is just the first of what is meant to be three sequels that lead us up to the events of […]

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26 May

The Toy Box: Preacher, Rick & Morty, Back to the Future, TMNT, Star Trek, Batman & More

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The Toy Box is a new weekly feature at /Film that will round up some of the newest and coolest collectibles, decorations, gadgets and other memorabilia that you nerds might want for your shelves. This week we’ve got some good stuff from Adult Swim’s fantastic Rick & Morty, AMC’s adaptation of Preacher, several new Teenage […]

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26 May

‘Ghost in the Shell’ Adds ‘Wolverine’ Star Rila Fukushima

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DreamWorks adaptation of the anime Ghost in the Shell has come under fire for whitewashing by casting Scarlett Johansson in the lead role as Kusanagi, a cyborg that is a part of an elite cybercrime-fighting task force known as Section 9. However, there will be some Asian talent on board the project in key roles […]

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26 May

Will The Original ‘X-Men’ Cast Return to the Franchise?

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Bryan Singer will next make 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, which begins filming this fall, but the director isn’t done with the X-Men franchise yet. His newest addition to the series, X-Men: Apocalypse, opens in theaters this Friday, but he’s already expressed interest in continuing with the franchise, although whether he’ll direct another sequel is unconfirmed. Screenwriter/producer Simon Kinberg revealed the next […]

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26 May

VOTD: The Academy Digs Up ‘Revenge of the Jedi’ Teaser from 1982

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No, that’s not a typo. Any Star Wars fan can tell you that the original title for the final installment of the original trilogy was Revenge of the Jedi. Franchise creator George Lucas eventually changed the title to Return of the Jedi before release because he had determined that getting revenge was not something a […]

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