9 Jun

The Toy Box: Star Trek, Bill & Ted, Power Rangers, Nightmare Before Christmas, Voltron & More

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The Toy Box is a 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 new Star Trek goodies for the 50th anniversary, including a new Barbie doll set and an exclusive […]

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9 Jun

‘LEGO Dimensions’ Expansion Trailer: Harry Potter, Gremlins, Goonies, Adventure Time & More

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While Disney recently shut down their toy-based video game franchise Disney Infinity, it appears Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is doubling down on their efforts with a ton of new expansions packs for LEGO Dimensions. They may not have Disney properties from Marvel and Lucasfilm at their disposal, but they do have no less than 16 […]

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9 Jun

Ron Howard Reuniting With ‘Apollo 13’ Writer for Neal Stephenson’s ‘Seveneves’

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Ron Howard likes to mix things up. He’s done sports movies and survival dramas and biopics and comedies, and his latest effort is a conspiracy thriller based on Dan Brown’s Inferno. Now for his next move, he’s making a foray into sci-fi. Howard is reuniting with Apollo 13 screenwriter William Broyles Jr. for Seveneves, based on Neal Stephenson‘s 2015 book. Skydance’s David […]

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9 Jun

VOTD: An All-Female ‘Ghostbusters’ Remake from France That You Can’t Be Mad About

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There are some Ghostbusters fans who just aren’t happy with the reboot coming this summer from director Paul Feig. Most of the hesitancy to embrace the movie comes from the love for the 1984 original or the impression they’re getting from the trailers so far, which has been hit or miss on the comedy front. […]

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9 Jun

POTD: Daniel Radcliffe Now on a ‘Swiss Army Man’ Tour with His Dead Body

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If you haven’t heard of the movie Swiss Army Man yet, do yourself a favor and watch the red band trailer right here. Pretty weird, right? Even though the movie was dubbed as the “farting corpse movie” when it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival back in January, prompting some audiences to walk out of […]

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9 Jun

Superhero Bits: Injustice 2 Trailer, Cap & Winter Soldier Kiss, Lex Luthor’s Sister & More

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Want to see an unused action sequence involving Captain America and Black Widow in Captain America: Civil War? Is Spider-Man 2 the greatest Marvel Comics adaptation ever made? Which new characters is Supergirl adding in its second season? could the teaser trailer for Injustice 2 be any more dark? Want to see Captain America and […]

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8 Jun

‘The Shallows’ Trailer Preaches the Virtue of Self-Reliance

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Sony has released one last trailer for Blake Lively‘s summer shark movie The Shallows, and it may just be the best one yet. Instead of B-movie gore or schmaltzy backstory, it offers a stern lecture about self-reliance, all set to gorgeous, sun-dappled scenes of Nancy (Lively) preparing to get into the water. “Yes sir, it’s hard work […]

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8 Jun

‘Jack Reacher: Never Go Back’ Images: Tom Cruise Gets Bruised and Bloodied

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Tom Cruise may not be dangling from any skyscrapers or strapping himself to any moving airplanes this year, but we’ll still get to see him back in action later this fall. He’ll return as former military police officer and current professional badass Jack Reacher in Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, based on Lee Child‘s bestselling series of novels. Ed […]

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8 Jun

Theme Park Bits: ‘Skull Island: Reign of Kong’ and ‘Frozen Ever After’ Reveal New Entrances, Disneyland Announces a Fourth Hotel

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In this edition of Theme Park Bits: Frozen Ever After reveals a heavily remodeled entrance. New videos show off a hugely impressive entrance and queue for Skull Island: Reign of Kong. Our best look yet at Shanghai Disneyland‘s fireworks show. Disneyland announces a new hotel that will open in 2019. Epcot‘s Frozen Ever After is […]

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8 Jun

‘Batman: The Killing Joke’ Will Play in Theaters For One Night

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Late last year, we heard that an R-rated animated adaptation of Alan Moore and artist Brian Bolland‘s 1988 The Killing Joke was in the works, which almost sounded too good to be true. A month and a half ago the story was confirmed: This interpretation of Moore’s classic comic book is indeed rated R. Directed by Sam […]

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