14 Sep

‘Wonder Woman 2’ Gets a Patty Jenkins-Approved Writer

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Wonder Woman 2 is adding another writer to pen the script alongside Patty Jenkins and Geoff Johns. Dave Callaham, who co-wrote The Expendables and has worked with Jenkins on the upcoming movie Jackpot, is joining the Wonder Woman writing team. Callaham’s hiring came at the behest of Jenkins, according to Variety, after she closed her historic deal to co-write, produce, and direct […]

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14 Sep

VOTD: How ‘Wonder Woman’ Should Have Ended

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With $410.6 million at the domestic box office, Wonder Woman is not only the highest grossing film of the summer, but it’s the second highest grossing film of 2017, coming in behind Disney’s remake of Beauty and the Beast. While we wait for Wonder Woman to hit Blu-ray and DVD next week on September 19 […]

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14 Sep

The Morning Watch: The Importance of ‘An American Tail’, The Appeal of Steven Seagal & More

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(The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.) In this edition, find out why An American Tail is an […]

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14 Sep

Superhero Bits: New Guardians of the Galaxy Member, Teen Titans Come to LEGO Dimensions & More

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Would you like to see Gotham star David Mazouz play Damian Wayne in the DC Extended Universe? Which Agents of SHIELD star will be directing an episode for the fifth season? What was the original title for X-Men? Who will be a new member of the Guardians of the Galaxy in Marvel Comics? What does […]

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13 Sep

Sequel Bits: ‘Creed 2’, ‘Blade Runner 2049’, ‘Jay and Silent Bob Reboot’, and More

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In this edition of Sequel Bits: Sylvester Stallone hints that Creed 2 will begin filming next year Blade Runner 2049 debuts a new clip The latest update about How to Train Your Dragon 3 Actor Jason Mewes talks about Kevin Smith‘s script for Jay and Silent Bob Reboot Angelina Jolie is returning for Maleficent 2 And more! […]

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13 Sep

‘Haunters: The Art of the Scare’ Trailer: An Inside Look at the ‘Scaring the Crap Out of People’ Industry

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Sometimes, you see a trailer for a movie and can’t help but wonder if it was made specifically for you. The trailer for Haunters: The Art of the Scare, a feature-length documentary about the world of professional haunted houses and the people who run them, feels like someone decided to make a movie for me […]

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13 Sep

Even John Landis Doesn’t Want His Son to Remake ‘An American Werewolf in London’

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An American Werewolf in London is a horror classic that hit a chord with audiences that couldn’t be struck twice. It spawned the abysmally received An American Werewolf in Paris nearly 16 years later, and it seemed like the franchise was dead in the ground. But in the age of remakes and cinematic universes, it was inevitable that […]

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13 Sep

‘Hellboy’ Reboot First Look Reveals ‘Stranger Things’ Star David Harbour as Big Red

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While fans have been grumbling about the new Hellboy reboot and how director Guillermo del Toro never got to finish his trilogy, let’s be honest. We’ve all been at least a little bit curious about what an R-rated Hellboy movie directed by Neil Marshall and starring Stranger Things‘ David Harbour as the red-skinned paranormal investigator […]

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13 Sep

Stephen King’s ‘Suffer The Little Children’ Gets a Movie Adaptation in the Wake of ‘It’

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Hot on the heels of It’s record-breaking opening weekend at the box office, yet another Stephen King movie adaptation has been given a green light. The author’s 1972 short story Suffer the Little Children is being adapted for the big screen, and you know what that means – yep, more creepy kids are coming to theaters to freak you […]

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13 Sep

New Study Says Rotten Tomatoes Scores Have No Impact on Box Office Numbers

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Hollywood has been churning out memorable cinematic villains since the earliest days of moviemaking, but there’s one villain that the studios fear more than any other right now: Rotten Tomatoes. It’s become conventional wisdom in studio executive boardrooms to blame the site for poor box office performances. Why take responsibility for making a bad movie […]

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