29 Sep

‘American Made’ Director Doug Liman Talks The Adventure of The Unknown, Working with Tom Cruise, and More [Interview]

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Filmmaker Doug Liman and superstar Tom Cruise have a good thing going at the moment. After making one of the most enjoyable popcorn movies in recent memory, Edge of Tomorrow, the two started working together on a few projects, including their latest film, American Made. As he did with Edge of Tomorrow, Liman focused on bringing out more of […]

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29 Sep

‘Blade Runner 2049’ Review Round-Up: A Dazzling Sci-Fi Spectacle That May Be Better Than The Original

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The wait was long but the reviews are in, and it’s official: Blade Runner 2049 was worth the wait. Critics have heaped effusive praise onto Denis Villeneuve‘s visually stunning sequel to Ridley Scott‘s 1982 Blade Runner, calling it enthralling, profound, moody, and (gulp) better than the original. While its near three-hour runtime can cause audiences to balk — and […]

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29 Sep

A Modern Horror Master: The Career of ‘Gerald’s Game’ Director Mike Flanagan

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How do you adapt an unadaptable Stephen King novel into a movie? The answer, apparently, is to hire Mike Flanagan. Flanagan may not be the type of household name horror director the way John Carpenter, Wes Craven and George Romero once and still are, but over the last several years, he’s been quietly rising to […]

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29 Sep

‘Marvel’s Runaways’ Photos: Hulu Gets Super With New Series

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Hulu is getting in on the superhero game with their new series, Marvel’s Runaways, which follows a group of kids who discover that their parents are part of a cabal of supervillains. Though we have seen glimpses of the upcoming show in cast photos and teasers, Hulu has released a new batch of Runaways photos that give us the best look […]

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29 Sep

/Answers: Movies That Actually Should Be Remade

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Every week in /Answers, we attempt to answer a new pop culture-related question. Tying in with the release of Flatliners, this week’s edition asks “What movie, good or bad, classic or not, do you think actually needs to be remade?” Hoai-Tran Bui: Breakfast at Tiffany’s Audrey Hepburn’s iconic little black dress and tiara grace the wall of every girl’s […]

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29 Sep

Daily Podcast: Justice League, JJ Abrams, Agents of SHIELD, Coming To America 2, Hocus Pocus, Stranger Things 2

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On the September 29, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by Ben Pearson and Hoai-Tran Bui to talk about the latest news including the Justice League score, Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, Coming To America 2, a Hocus Pocus remake, Stranger Things 2 and JJ Abrams remaking Your Name. You can subscribe to […]

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29 Sep

The 15 Best Horror Remakes Ever Made

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Recently, I highlighted what I believed to be the worst horror remakes ever made in honor of this week’s release of Flatliners. But enough negativity! Let’s look at some good horror remakes, which do indeed exist! Every once in awhile, a filmmaker will come along, take an original film, and find a creative, exciting way to […]

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29 Sep

‘Father Figures’ Trailer: Ed Helms & Owen Wilson Go Looking for Their Real Dad

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Daddy’s Home 2 will already be bringing some fatherly love to the holidays in November, but just before Christmas, another comedy about fathers and sons will be arriving in theaters. Father Figures (formerly known as Bastards) is the long-delayed comedy starring Owen Wilson and Ed Helms as two brothers who learn that everything they’ve been […]

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29 Sep

Cool Stuff: Mondo’s New ‘The Goonies’ Prints Will Make Your Day (and Night)

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Hey, you guys! Mondo has two new prints inspired by Richard Donner‘s kid-friendly action adventure classic The Goonies. Artist George Bletsis has delivered two gorgeous prints commemorating the ragtag group of kids who went looking for treasure, get caught up with a dangerous criminal family, and meet a big, special friend in the process. One […]

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29 Sep

The Morning Watch: ‘Blade Runner’ Video Essay, FaceTime Horror Short ‘Where Is It’ & 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, a new video essay explores how Ridley Scott […]

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