2 Jun

Report: Brie Larson is the Frontrunner For ‘Captain Marvel’

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If a new rumor is to be believed, Marvel Studios has finally found its Captain Marvel. It seems that newly minted Oscar-winner Brie Larson is the frontrunner for the coveted role, although it’s not clear just how close she is to signing on the dotted line. In any case, if this the quality of performer Marvel is […]

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2 Jun

Superhero Bits: Wolverine Kill Count, X-Men Apocalypse Plot Holes, Supergirl Season 2 & More

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How many people has Wolverine killed in the X-Men franchise? How many plot holes and unanswered questions are there in X-Men: Apocalypse? Did you know Stan Lee wasn’t in the actual strip club scene from Deadpool? Which comic book flick is the most tweeted about movie of the summer? All that and more in this […]

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1 Jun

‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ Gets a Magnificent 35th Anniversary Print by Laurent Durieux

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This month, on June 12, fans can celebrate the 35th anniversary of Raiders of the Lost Ark, the film that introduced us to archaeologist Indiana Jones and his passion for making sure historical artifacts end up in a museum instead of in the hands of Nazis. In honor of this anniversary, Bottleneck Gallery in New […]

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1 Jun

‘Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World’ Trailer: Werner Herzog Has No Problem Going to Mars

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Will artificial intelligence replace Werner Herzog and other filmmakers one day? Will will be able to compose tweets from our minds? And, more importantly, what will it take to send Werner Herzog to Mars? These are some of the many burning questions posed in the trailer for Herzog’s latest documentary Lo and Behold: Reveries of the […]

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1 Jun

‘Logan’s Run’ Remake Finds a Screenwriter in ‘Colony’ Co-Creator Ryan Condal

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Over the years, the Logan’s Run remake has enlisted an array of talent. Nicolas Winding Refn, Bryan Singer, Christopher McQuarrie, Alex Garland, and others have worked on reimagining the 1967 science-fiction film. Refn and Gosling appeared the closest to pulling the remake off, but then the duo dropped out. Last summer, screenwriter/producer Simon Kinberg boarded Logan’s Run, writing a treatment another screenwriter would later come […]

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1 Jun

Showtime’s ‘Homeland’ Renewed Through Season 8, Won’t Return Until 2017

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There’s good news and bad news today for fans of Homeland. First, the happy stuff: Showtime has gone ahead and renewed the hit drama for two more seasons. That’s in addition to the upcoming sixth seasons, which means viewers have a whopping three more seasons of Carrie’s misadventures to look forward to. But it’ll be a while before we […]

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1 Jun

The Next ‘Friday the 13th’ Movie Will Give Jason a New Origin For Some Reason

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There isn’t much going on behind Jason Voorhees’ hockey mask and that’s kind of the point. The most instantly recognizable villain in slasher movie history has endured because he’s so very simple – he was a disfigured kid who seemingly drowned before settling into a new existence as a woods-dwelling killer of camp counselors. Over the […]

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1 Jun

‘Finding Dory’ Director Andrew Stanton Explains What A Co-Director Does On A Pixar Movie?

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Most of the Pixar films have a co-director, yet most everyone who watches a Pixar movie probably has no idea what the co-director does. So while I was doing a long-lead press day for Pixar’s upcoming sequel Finding Dory, I decided to ask director Andrew Stanton to help explain how his co-director Angus MacLane contributes to the overall […]

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1 Jun

Rumor: Director Susanne Bier May Tame That Sexist, Misogynist Dinosaur James Bond

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There’s a terrific scene in GoldenEye where we are introduced to Judi Dench’s M, James Bond’s first female superior and the first sign that the series has officially moved on from its boys’ club Cold War origins. After Agent 007 wantonly disrespects his new boss, she coldly gives him a dressing down decades in the […]

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1 Jun

What Ever Happened To The Teen Magicians Profiled In The Documentary ‘Make Believe’?

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As a magic fanatic, I consider the Seth Gordon-produced Make Believe to be one of my favorite documentaries of the last decade. The film followed six of the world’s best young magicians own their road to the Teen World Championship in Las Vegas. If you haven’t seen the film, you should (here is the trailer). One of the […]

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