28 Feb

‘The Hunt’ Trailer: Betty Gilpin Beats the “Elites” at Their Own Game

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Who is hunting whom in the new international trailer for The Hunt? The controversial Blumhouse thriller that was pulled from release, then put back, has a new trailer with a big twist at the center. We all know the premise of this polarizing satirical horror movie: a group of “elites” hunt down “deplorables” as part of […]

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28 Feb

‘Back to the Future: The Musical’ Photos Reveal the DeLorean on Stage, Dancing Doc Browns & More

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Back to the Future: The Musical started early previews at the Manchester Opera House just last week. Unfortunately, since the show is only playing in London until the middle of May, that leaves a lot of Back to the Future fans unable to check out the lively show from Tony Award-winning director John Rando (Urinetown, […]

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28 Feb

‘The Invisible Man’ Remains The Scariest Of Universal’s Classic Movie Monsters

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We live in an era of franchises, filled with an abundance of sequels and every studio wanting their own shared cinematic universe. But while the big franchises of today are mostly comic-book, Star Wars and action movies like Fast and Furious – with a couple of horror ones here and there like the highly successful […]

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28 Feb

‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Comic Will Include Deleted Scenes From the Film

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When Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker hit theaters, a few essential plot points seemed to be…missing. But don’t worry, there were plenty of Star Wars supplementary materials and books to fill in the gaps. Now a comic book adaptation of The Rise of Skywalker will clear things up even more. The forthcoming The Rise of Skywalker comic […]

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28 Feb

‘The Whistlers’ Director Corneliu Poromboiu on His Wild New Crime Caper [Interview]

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When I had the opportunity to sit down for an interview with Corneliu Porumboiu, writer and director of the delightful film The Whistlers, it was the first time in my writing career I ever felt I shouldn’t come too heavily prepared with questions. I didn’t want answers from the filmmaker at the vanguard of the […]

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28 Feb

How ‘Finding Nemo’ Forever Shifted the Power Dynamic Between Disney and Pixar

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(Infinity and Beyond is a regular bi-weekly column documenting the 25-year filmography of Pixar Animation Studios, film by film. In today’s column, writer Josh Spiegel highlights Finding Nemo.) Pixar Animation Studios had not stepped wrong with its first four feature films. Though they weren’t all perfect, the two Toy Story films, A Bug’s Life, and […]

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28 Feb

Are American Remakes of International Films Good, Evil, or…Just Movies?

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Hollywood isn’t the only source of blockbusters anymore. International film industries generate hits with the same frequency, on scales local and sometimes even global, often outgrossing American studio films. But such is the imperial dominance of Hollywood, any time a major hit emerges from outside the English-speaking world, conversation immediately gravitates toward a potential American […]

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28 Feb

‘A Quiet Place Part II’ Clip Treads Very Carefully as Tickets Go On Sale

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A Quiet Place Part II is one of the most anticipated movies of 2020, and it’s just a few weeks away from arriving in theaters. That means it’s time for you to round up your friends as quietly as possible and pick up tickets that just went on sale today. But if you’re not yet […]

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28 Feb

Watch Kevin Feige’s Acting Debut on ‘The Simpsons’ As the Villainous Chinnos

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Kevin Feige is already the master of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but soon he’ll be the star of a major comic book movie franchise within the animated world of The Simpsons. An upcoming episode of the 31st season of FOX’s animated family sitcom will lean into superhero movies in a big way when Bart Simpson […]

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28 Feb

The Best “Invisible Man” Movies That You’ve Never Seen

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(Welcome to The Best Movies You’ve Never Seen, a series that takes a look at slightly more obscure, under-the-radar, or simply under-appreciated movies. This week we go looking for little-seen movies featuring invisibility!) This week’s big new release is a fresh take on a classic – a Universal Monsters classic to be precise – but while […]

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