4 Jul

‘Richard Linklater: Dream is Destiny’ Trailer: The Director Reflects on His Past Work

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Not nearly enough people saw Richard Linklater‘s Everybody Wants Some!! It’s another great hangout movie from Linklater, and it’ll likely age well and catch on more with time. Linklater has made a few movies that didn’t click with audiences right away, but like his financial hits, they’ve so far proven to have a staying power. The 55-year-old, […]

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4 Jul

/Film’s Top 10 Films of 2016 So Far

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As we pass the halfway mark of 2016, we at /Film figured it’d be a good time to take a step back and assess the year we’ve had so far. By this point last year, consensus had formed around a few favorites: Mad Max: Fury Road was far and away our favorite of the year […]

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4 Jul

‘Sausage Party’ PSA Begs You to Destroy Your 4th of July Barbecue

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Next month, we’ll see food get mercilessly devoured in the dark, animated comedy Sausage Party. In the film from Seth Rogen & Even Goldberg, the sentient food from the grocery store wants nothing more to be taken home by the people shopping around, at least until they learn what really happens when they arrive at […]

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4 Jul

Daniel Radcliffe Answers Kids’ Questions About Magic, Monsters and Even ‘Swiss Army Man’

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This weekend, you can see Daniel Radcliffe in the strange but wonderful indie Swiss Army Man. We loved the film at Sundance earlier this year, and now it’s in release nationwide, hopefully at a theater near you. It’s a far cry from his time spent as Harry Potter in the eight-film franchise, but just because […]

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3 Jul

Did Daniel Craig and Some Leather Gloves Cost ‘Skyfall’ Millions of Dollars?

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It’s hard for anyone except the producers and accountants of a blockbuster movie to know what the million-dollar budgets are spent on. Recently we learned roughly how much the crew of a hypothetical $200 million movie makes, but there are plenty more costs than the salaries of those working on the movie. In fact, the […]

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3 Jul

‘Akira’ Concept Art Imagines Chris Evans and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in an American Adaptation

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Hollywood has been getting plenty of flack, and justifiably so, for the whitewashing of roles that should be meant for actors and actresses of different ethnic backgrounds. From Gods of Egypt to most recently Ghost in the Shell, plenty of minorities, especially the actors within these groups, are upset at the lack of diversity in […]

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3 Jul

‘The Deer Hunter’ and ‘Heaven’s Gate’ Director Michael Cimino Has Died at 77

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This weekend brings sad news of an Academy Award-winning filmmaker passing away as The Deer Hunter and Heaven’s Gate director Michael Cimino has died at 77 years old. Police discovered Michael Cimino dead in his home Saturday after friends had attempted to reach him with no response. Cannes Film Festival director Thierry Fremaux posted (in […]

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2 Jul

‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ Reveals New Vehicle Form for the Autobot Drift

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One of the biggest draws of the Transformers franchise are the cool vehicles that turn into the Autobots and Decepticons and the toys they will become. Since Paramount Pictures strikes deals with various automobile manufacturers to have their latest cars and trucks featured in the latest installment of the Hasbro toy film series, Transformers: The […]

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2 Jul

Anna Kendrick Is Up for Playing Marvel’s Squirrel Girl in a Movie That Isn’t in Development

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There are plenty of comic books movies coming down the pipeline. Marvel Studios has new heroes like Black Panther and Captain Marvel getting their own movies, 20th Century Fox has another Wolverine sequel on the way, and Sony has teamed with Marvel to revive Spider-Man yet again. But one superhero we’ve heard nothing about on […]

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2 Jul

‘Pete’s Dragon’ TV Spot: Deep in the Forest, There Dragons Will Be

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Adding to the barrage of Disney’s remakes, late this summer comes a contemporary take on Pete’s Dragon, the film that blended animation with live-action all the way back in 1977. This looks like a magical update of the old movie from Ain’t Them Bodies Saints director with a performance from young star Oakes Fegley that […]

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