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Which Marvel Hero Will Star Alongside Spidey in ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming 2’?

If you’ve even remotely been paying attention, it’s impossible to miss the fact that Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man has a big role in Sony’s upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming. He’s been a central part of all of the marketing, and it’s clear...Show More Summary

Matt Reeves is Taking a Hitchcock Approach to ‘The Batman’

Matt Reeves‘ work on War for the Planet of the Apes is now done. He still has publicity rounds left, but now the filmmaker can spend a little more time working on The Batman. For his upcoming war movie, Reeves was influenced by the likes of David Lean, Clint Eastwood, and Francis Ford Coppola. Show More Summary

‘A Dog’s Purpose’ Is Getting A Sequel Because Of China

A Dog’s Purpose may have found its calling: in China. The heartwarming tale of a dog (voiced by Josh Gad) who gets reincarnated multiple times before he finds its way back to his owner (Dennis Quaid) may have had middling success inShow More Summary

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Trailer Breakdown: The Battle for Westeros Begins

If you haven’t watched the latest trailer for Game of Thrones season 7 yet, put a pin in whatever you’re doing and check it out – but, fair warning, there’s a chance you might unconsciously pump your fist in celebration, so make sure...Show More Summary

Rumor: Kid-Friendly ‘Fantastic Four’ Reboot in the Works?

The dark, edgy and moody take on Fantastic Four didn’t pan out with Josh Trank‘s reboot. Even after audiences failed to turn up for the troubled movie, 20th Century Fox and producer Simon Kinberg continued to discuss a potential sequel. Show More Summary

Saw 8 Will Now Be Titled ‘Jigsaw’

Lionsgate has announced that Saw 8, formerly called Saw: Legacy, will now be titled Jigsaw, a reference to the Tobin Bell‘s iconic character who, after learning of an inoperable frontal lobe tumor, created a series of horrific traps to help “lost” individuals rediscover their passion again. Show More Summary

The Water Cooler: Theme Park Vloggers, Reading ‘The Dark Tower’ For the First Time, and ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’ on Stage

Welcome to The Water Cooler, a weekly feature where the /Film staff is free to go off-topic and talk about everything except the movies and TV shows they normally write about. In this edition: a very entertaining videoblogger who regularly...Show More Summary

13 Filmmakers We Want to Finish Directing Lucasfilm’s Han Solo Movie

Yesterday brought the shocking news that directing duo Phil Lord & Chris Miller had been let go from the Star Wars spin-off focusing on a young Han Solo played by Alden Ehrenreich. At first, only creative differences were cited, butShow More Summary

Carnage Will Be the Villain in Sony’s ‘Venom’ Movie, Kraven and Mysterio Spinoffs in the Works

Spider-Man fans have spent years hoping to see the alien symbiote Carnage appear as a movie villain, and it appears that they’ll finally get their wish: it just won’t technically happen in a Spider-Man movie. A new report claims that Carnage is set to appear as Sony’s Venom movie villain, opposite Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock/Venom. Show More Summary

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Trailer Looks Like the Biggest Blockbuster of the Year: “Winter Is Here”

HBO has released a brand new trailer for their mega-hit fantasy series Game of Thrones, and the network has officially outdone themselves this time. The show no longer looks like a TV show: it’s clearly moved into the huge budget blockbuster territory. Show More Summary

Ready For The Big Ride, Baby: John Woo’s ‘Face/Off’ 20 Years Later

“I am tired of myself tonight. I should like to be somebody else.” — Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray We are hardwired to see faces. Through the phenomenon of pareidolia, we’re able to glimpse a collection of shapes in a rock,...Show More Summary

‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ Featurette Highlights Weta’s Breathtaking Visual Effects

War for the Planet of the Apes doesn’t hit theaters until the middle of next month, but this past week brought the first batch of screenings for critics, as well as a batch of global screenings for fans who were quick enough to get free passes to the advanced showing of the blockbuster sequel. Show More Summary

‘Cars 3’ Easter Eggs: All The Hidden Pixar References Uncovered

With every new Pixar movie, we love searching for the fun easter eggs that the filmmakers hide throughout the film. We have compiled a listing of over 15 Cars 3 easter eggs. How many did you notice? Cars 3 Easter Eggs A113: What started...Show More Summary

‘Blade Runner 2049’ Featurette Reveals Stunning New Footage, Making Of the Movie

“We want people to look at it and say, ‘Wow that’s a beautiful shot. How did they get it?'” visual effects supervisor John Nelson says in the new featurette for Denis Villeneuve‘s Blade Runner 2049, the sequel to the 1982 sci-fi classic, Blade Runner. Show More Summary

Movie Mixtape: 6 Movies to Watch With ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’

(Welcome to Movie Mixtape, where we find cinematic relatives and seek out interesting connections between new releases and older movies that allow us to rethink and enjoy what’s in our theaters as well as the favorites on our shelf.Show More Summary

Phil Lord and Chris Miller Met With DC About ‘The Flash’ Before Leaving ‘Han Solo’

The galaxy — far away and nearby — was shocked when directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller were suddenly fired from Lucasfilm’s Han Solo prequel, with only several weeks left in the production. While Lord and Miller, who had previously...Show More Summary

Why Lucasfilm Fired ‘Han Solo’ Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller (and Who Might Replace Them)

On Tuesday night, a shockwave was felt throughout the Star Wars galaxy. Phil Lord and Chris Miller were abruptly fired from the Han Solo standalone movie. While the full story is unclear (and will probably be speculated and debated upon for years), we have some inside word on what happened behind the scenes. Show More Summary

‘Twilight Zone’ Reboot Hires MonsterVerse Scribe Christine Lavaf as New Writer

Warner Bros. is welcoming writer Christine Lavaf to The Twilight Zone. The reboot of the classic 1960s CBS sci-fi series created and hosted by Rod Serling will be moving to a new dimension in its development since Warner Bros. started developing the Twilight Zone movie reboot all the way back in 2009. Show More Summary

Director Oren Uziel Plays With Expectations With ‘Shimmer Lake’ [Interview]

The small, friendly town of Shimmer Lake isn’t as innocent as it looks. Neither are some of the characters in writer-director Oren Uziel‘s crafty crime thriller, which shows a crime gone wrong in reverse time. The robbery involves aShow More Summary

Jack Black to Star in Eli Roth’s Adaptation of ‘The House With a Clock In Its Walls’

Hostel and Knock Knock director Eli Roth now has two projects in the works at Amblin Entertainment. The newly announced pic, The House With A Clock In Its Walls, will star Jack Black and be produced by James Vanderbilt (Zodiac). It’s an adaptation of John Bellairs and illustrator Edward Gorey‘s 1973 novel, which is a part of a 12-part series. Show More Summary

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