26 Mar

‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’: James Gunn Teases Long VFX Shots, Opening Credits & Baby Groot Dancing

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In case you didn’t hear, tickets for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 went on sale this past Friday, and a new TV spot made sure to push the movie even more before it hits theaters in early May. As we get closer to the release date, the hype train will be operating at full […]

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26 Mar

Colin Farrell May See An Elephant Fly in Disney’s ‘Dumbo’

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Before Beauty and the Beast topped the box office with a record-breaking debut this month, Disney was already all-in on their roster of live-action adaptations of their animated classics (check out our rundown of all of the developing projects here). While Mulan is too early in development to know whether it’s a musical and Aladdin […]

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26 Mar

Jake Gyllenhaal Reunites with ‘Life’ Director For ‘Anarchists vs. ISIS’ War Drama

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Jake Gyllenhaal has become one of the most consistently solid actors working today. He went on a heck of a hot streak recently with Prisoners, End of Watch, Enemy, and Nightcrawler, and though his movies have been a bit more hit or miss since then, he still regularly delivers stirring, compelling performances that are always worth discussing. […]

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26 Mar

‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ Trailer: Are All Pirates This Stupid?

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Because box office is king, we’re getting another Pirates of the Caribbean movie whether we like it or not. The jury is still out as to whether this will be the last film in the franchise or if Disney is just on the verge of relieving Johnny Depp of his nautical duties as Captain Jack […]

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25 Mar

‘Sing Street’ Bully Ian Kenny Joins the Han Solo Spin-Off Cast

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Last week brought the tiniest of updates regarding the Star Wars spin-off film that will focus on Alden Ehrenreich as a young Han Solo. Not only did we learn the name of the character that Woody Harrelson will be playing (which didn’t really tell us anything), but Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed some vague details […]

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25 Mar

‘Godzilla: Monster Planet’ Concept Art and Synopsis: When Monsters Reign Supreme

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Netflix will bring subscribers Godzilla: Monster Planet sometime later this year, which will first open in Japan this November. The animated movie is the 30th Toho-produced Godzilla picture. Kobun Shizuno (Detective Conan) and Hiroyuki Seshita (Ajin) co-directed the picture, which is set 20,000 years in the future when Godzilla and monsters rule the Earth. Below, learn more about the […]

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25 Mar

‘Animals’ Season 2 Trailer: HBO’s Bizarre Animated Series Returns

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Animals is one of the strangest shows to hit the small screen in the past few years. It imagines what the creatures in and around New York City would do if they had recognizable human problems – insecurity, parenting issues, dealing with bullying, marital struggles, experimenting with drugs…the works. The show was also notable for its all-star cast, which included some […]

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25 Mar

This Week In Trailers: Clash, Abortion: Stories Women Tell, Casting JonBenet, Maurizio Cattelan Be Right Back, Rupture

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Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week […]

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25 Mar

‘Justice League’ Trailer: The Age of Heroes Has Come Again

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Following a barrage of new posters and trailer teasers, the new Justice League trailer is finally here. Zack Snyder is back as director to bring DC Comics’ biggest superheroes together as a team for the first time on the big screen. Though Superman (Henry Cavill) is still in the ground, we know at some point […]

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25 Mar

The Weekend Read: Every /Film Original From the Past Week

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If you’re looking for something to read over the weekend, we’ve got you covered. Here’s every review, editorial, list, feature, column, and rant published by the /Film staff and our team of freelancers over the past week. Josh Spiegel went deep on how the new Beauty and the Beast compares to the 1991 animated classic. […]

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