2 Dec

The Creepy Christmas Film Festival is Back with 25 Days of Holiday Horror Short Films

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Take a deep whiff of that crisp almost-December air. Are you as excited as I am? With good tidings and thoughts of Saint Nick comes my favorite cinematic obsession – CHRISTMAS HORROR MOVIES! All that “Joyeux Noël” spirit just with sharpened candy cane daggers, bomb-rigged presents, and even professional wrestler Bill Goldberg as a stark-raving-mad […]

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1 Dec

Cary Fukunaga Talks Bond 25 Rumors, and Continuing the Arc From ‘Casino Royale’

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Cary Joji Fukunaga will soon be bringing his considerable talents to Bond 25, having replaced previous director Danny Boyle. While Bond 25 is still very much in development, rumors regarding the plot have already sprung up. Rumors that Fukunaga has no problem shooting down. But while the specifics of Bond 25 are still a secret, Fukunaga has confirmed […]

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1 Dec

‘You Were Never Really Here’ Director Lynne Ramsay Writing an “Epic Environmental Horror” Film

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Scottish filmmaker Lynne Ramsay, who turned heads earlier this year with the Joaquin Phoenix thriller You Were Never Really Here, has revealed a few more details about her next film – and she’s heading into horror territory. Read more about the upcoming Lynne Ramsay horror movie below. In an interview with the British Independent Film […]

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1 Dec

‘Mortal Engines’ Featurettes: Peter Jackson Praises the World of Traveling Cities

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Peter Jackson and producing partner Philipa Boyens accomplished quite the task by bringing J.R.R. Tolkien’s beloved fantasy world of Middle-earth to life in the incredible Lord of the Rings trilogy, and to a lesser extent, The Hobbit trilogy. Now the producing team is trying to kickstart another literary saga in the form of Mortal Engines, […]

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1 Dec

This Week In Trailers: The Shivering Truth, Birds of Passage, Funny Tweets, When Jeff Tried to Save the World, Straight Up: Kentucky Bourbon

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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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1 Dec

Superhero Bits: Michael B. Jordan Got Therapy After ‘Black Panther,’ ‘Elseworlds’ May Have ‘Smallville’ Easter Egg & More

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Why did Michael B. Jordan need therapy after Black Panther? Which comic book movie was honored by the New York Film Critics Circle awards? Is there any hope of a Daredevil movie to finish the canceled series? Want to get your hands on some props from the Batman 1966 series? What Smallville reference will there […]

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1 Dec

Daily Podcast: Star Wars, Chris Evans, Mary Poppins Returns, Daredevil, Disney+, Villains With Scars, MPAA

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On the November 30, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest TV and film news, including Star Wars, Chris Evans, Mary Poppins Returns, Daredevil, Disney+, Scars on Film Villains, MPAA trouble. You can subscribe […]

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1 Dec

Disney+ ‘Rogue One’ Series Hires ‘The Americans’ Executive Producer Stephen Schiff as Showrunner

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Earlier this month, we learned that Disney and Lucasfilm had another live-action Star Wars series in the works. It’s a Rogue One prequel series that will focus on Diego Luna reprising his role as Cassian Andor, and it just got the best showrunner that a series focusing on a Rebel spy could ask for: The […]

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1 Dec

‘The Predator’ Almost Had Predator-Monkey Hybrids, But Some Things Aren’t Meant to Be

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Remember The Predator? Shane Black‘s sequel/reboot hit theaters this year, but it seems like everyone already forgot about it already. Maybe we’d all still be talking about The Predator right now if it had kept one of the script’s early ideas intact: Predator-monkey hybrids. That’s right – at one point, The Predator was going to feature Predator DNA mixed […]

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1 Dec

Sorry, ‘Star Wars’: Science Proves ‘The Wizard of Oz’ is the Most Influential Movie Ever Made

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A bunch of nerds in Italy put their big brains together to determine the most influential movie of all time, and the answer might surprise you. According to their findings, the 1939 The Wizard of Oz is the most influential film ever made, while Star Wars is second. The study also ranked directors and actors, and came up with […]

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