30 Jun

‘Viral’ Trailer: ‘Catfish’ Directors Reunite With ‘Paranormal Activity’ Producer

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So, what’ve you got planned for the three-day weekend? Summer Friday happy hour, maybe? A Fourth of July cookout? Maybe a Sunday night out hitting the clubs, since you can sleep in Monday? Well, you might want to reorganize your calendar after seeing the first Viral trailer. Because as it turns out, socializing is a really great […]

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30 Jun

Peter Jackson Working on a Secret Project for Steven Spielberg, And It’s Not ‘Tintin 2’

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This winter it will have been five years since Steven Spielberg teamed with Peter Jackson to bring Hergé‘s iconic intrepid reporter to the big screen in The Adventures of Tintin. The motion-capture performance film wasn’t a massive hit in the United States, earning $77.5 million, but since the comic that inspired it is much more […]

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30 Jun

Samuel L. Jackson and George Lucas Think Mace Windu Is Still Alive, But Does It Matter?

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One of the better characters created in the Star Wars prequels was Mace Windu, the Jedi master played by Samuel L. Jackson. If you forgive him for that awful “This party’s over” line from Attack of the Clones, he’s actually a pretty bad ass Jedi. But unfortunately, Mace Windu died at the hands of the […]

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30 Jun

‘Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Features J.J. Abrams and Kathleen Kennedy as Playable Characters

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Kathleen Kennedy and J.J. Abrams may not actually appear onscreen in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but they’re every bit as essential to the story as Rey or Finn or Kylo Ren — arguably even more so, since they’re the architects who designed it in the first place. So why should they have to sit out Lego Star […]

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30 Jun

‘Wreck It Ralph 2’ Announced By Disney for 2018

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Walt Disney Animation made a big announcement on Facebook Live this morning: Wreck It Ralph 2 will be coming to theaters in 2018. Learn the details, after the jump. https://www.facebook.com/Disney/videos/vb.11784025953/10153760050010954/?type=2&theater Filmmaker Rich Moore addressed fans on the Breaking News Facebook Live broadcast, introducing Phil Johnston, who co-wrote Wreck It Ralph and Zootopia.  Johnston will be […]

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30 Jun

Watch Rihanna’s Wild ‘Star Trek Beyond’ Music Video, Shot Entirely on IMAX by ‘The Runaways’ Director

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Normally we don’t post music videos unless they’re directed by a filmmaker whose work we’ve highlighted before or unless they’re tied directly to the release of a new movie. Today, we have one that fulfills both, and it just so happens to have the added bonus of being shot entirely in IMAX. Earlier this week, […]

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30 Jun

‘Voyage of Time’ Trailer: Terrence Malick’s IMAX Documentary Looks Simply Stunning

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It’s taken over 30 years, but Terrence Malick‘s Voyage of Time is finally heading to theaters. Several weeks ago we learned that IMAX had set the 40-minute edit of his documentary, narrated by Brad Pitt, for a fall release, and today the first trailer has arrived to show us what wonders wait in store for us. Check out […]

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30 Jun

Interview: ‘The Neon Demon’ Director Nicolas Winding Refn on Narcissism and the Essence of Creativity

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Nicolas Winding Refn‘s name appears many times in The Neon Demon, in both the opening and closing credits. But even if his name weren’t mentioned, nobody would mistake this darkly funny horror movie as anything but a Refn film. This time around, however, the director behind Only God Forgives, Drive, and Bronson tells a story from a woman’s perspective — which […]

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30 Jun

‘Why Him?’ Trailer: Bryan Cranston Hates James Franco

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Fresh off of producing one movie about a parent’s worst nightmare, James Franco is starring in another. Why Him? stars Bryan Cranston as a straight-laced suburban dad who goes to visit his daughter (Zoey Deutch) at Stanford, and his horrified to discover she’s dating a internet billionaire with tons of ill-advised tattoos and no filter whatsoever. Franco, of course, […]

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30 Jun

‘Tallulah’ Trailer: Ellen Page Kidnaps a Baby to Get By

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This is shaping up to be a good summer for Ellen Page, or at least for fans of Ellen Page. Next month, the actress stars in two movies: Tallulah and Into the Forest. The trailer for the latter — a somber apocalyptic drama co-starring Evan Rachel Wood — was released last month. Today, we have our first real look at Tallulah, Sian Heder‘s […]

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