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Superhero Bits: New Guardians of the Galaxy Member, Teen Titans Come to LEGO Dimensions & More

Would you like to see Gotham star David Mazouz play Damian Wayne in the DC Extended Universe? Which Agents of SHIELD star will be directing an episode for the fifth season? What was the original title for X-Men? Who will be a new member...Show More Summary

Sequel Bits: ‘Creed 2’, ‘Blade Runner 2049’, ‘Jay and Silent Bob Reboot’, and More

In this edition of Sequel Bits: Sylvester Stallone hints that Creed 2 will begin filming next year Blade Runner 2049 debuts a new clip The latest update about How to Train Your Dragon 3 Actor Jason Mewes talks about Kevin Smith‘s script...Show More Summary

‘Haunters: The Art of the Scare’ Trailer: An Inside Look at the ‘Scaring the Crap Out of People’ Industry

Sometimes, you see a trailer for a movie and can’t help but wonder if it was made specifically for you. The trailer for Haunters: The Art of the Scare, a feature-length documentary about the world of professional haunted houses and the...Show More Summary

Even John Landis Doesn’t Want His Son to Remake ‘An American Werewolf in London’

An American Werewolf in London is a horror classic that hit a chord with audiences that couldn’t be struck twice. It spawned the abysmally received An American Werewolf in Paris nearly 16 years later, and it seemed like the franchise was dead in the ground. Show More Summary

‘Hellboy’ Reboot First Look Reveals ‘Stranger Things’ Star David Harbour as Big Red

While fans have been grumbling about the new Hellboy reboot and how director Guillermo del Toro never got to finish his trilogy, let’s be honest. We’ve all been at least a little bit curious about what an R-rated Hellboy movie directed...Show More Summary

Stephen King’s ‘Suffer The Little Children’ Gets a Movie Adaptation in the Wake of ‘It’

Hot on the heels of It’s record-breaking opening weekend at the box office, yet another Stephen King movie adaptation has been given a green light. The author’s 1972 short story Suffer the Little Children is being adapted for the big...Show More Summary

New Study Says Rotten Tomatoes Scores Have No Impact on Box Office Numbers

Hollywood has been churning out memorable cinematic villains since the earliest days of moviemaking, but there’s one villain that the studios fear more than any other right now: Rotten Tomatoes. It’s become conventional wisdom in studio executive boardrooms to blame the site for poor box office performances. Show More Summary

‘Rogue One’ Deleted Scenes Revealed in the Comic Adaptation

Rogue One notoriously had a long and arduous production that resulted in many of the scenes and subplots that appeared in its first trailer ending up on the cutting room floor. Curiously, none of these deleted scenes are available on...Show More Summary

Here’s What Happens When You Call That Phone Number in the ‘Disaster Artist’ Trailer

How did a self-funded, terribly made movie like The Room get such a cult following? By becoming a staple of the Los Angeles skyline. The Room aggressively advertised itself by erecting a massive billboard overlooking Highland Avenue in Hollywood showing simply Tommy Wiseau‘s face and a cryptic phone number. Show More Summary

‘Tragedy Girls’ Trailer: When Social Media Obsession (Literally) Kills

Heathers may be coming back for the Instagram generation on TV Land, but it could likely be Tragedy Girls that captures the satirical cynical heart of the ’80s black comedy. Following the trend of social media-lambasting films, Tragedy Girls is about two best friends who launch a macabre blog documenting the victims of a serial killer. Show More Summary

‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Interview: Tom Hiddleston Just Wants to Wear Pajamas on Set

Director Taika Waititi has already shown us that Thor: Ragnarok won’t be your average Thor movie. Not only has the comedy been ramped up, but the filmmaker wanted to strip down the Thor franchise, essentially acting as if this were the first film in the series. Show More Summary

Liam Neeson Retires His Particular Set of Skills, Says He’s Done Making Action Movies

Liam Neeson is “taken” with the action genre no more. The unlikely action star is retiring his particular set of skills and turning his back on the action genre a few months past his 65th birthday. I say unlikely because Neeson was a...Show More Summary

‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer’ Review: The Director of ‘The Lobster’ Drags You Into the Abyss [TIFF]

While watching The Killing of a Sacred Deer, a passage from Stephen King’s Pet Sematary came to mind: “It’s probably wrong to believe there can be any limit to the horror which the human mind can experience. On the contrary, it seems...Show More Summary

Listen to the ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Main Title Theme

It’s not a Star Trek show without a main title theme. A title theme can shape how a series is regarded and help cement its place in the pantheon of Star Trek properties. After all, more than one Trek theme has achieved iconic status....Show More Summary

Billie Lourd Originally Auditioned For Rey in ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’

Many people may balk at acting with their mother on the big screen, but Billie Lourd was eager enough to share the screen with Carrie Fisher that she originally auditioned to play the lead role in the sci-fi franchise that launched Fisher into stardom. Show More Summary

‘It: Chapter 2’ – Everything We Know About the Sequel So Far

The question is not “Are we getting an It sequel?” The question is “When will Warner Bros. and New Line get around to actually greenlighting the sequel now that the first movie made $123 in its opening weekend, earned rave reviews, and...Show More Summary

‘Coco’ Trailer: Pixar’s Love Letter to Mexico Looks Absolutely Stunning

With the onset of fall, the season of Halloween and pumpkin spice is upon us. But more importantly, fall signals the coming of the joyous Mexican celebration, the Day of the Dead, also known as Día de los Muertos. The Day of the Dead...Show More Summary

Daily Podcast: Let’s Get Excited For ‘IT: Chapter 2’, Also: Star Wars 9 Release Date Changes

On the September 13, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by Jacob Hall Brad Oman and Ben Pearson to talk about the new release date of Star Wars Episode 9. And in Our Feature Presentation, we’ll be taking a deep dive into IT: Chapter 2. Show More Summary

‘Roman J. Israel, Esq.’ Review: Denzel Washington Can’t Save This Meandering Drama [TIFF]

Writer Dan Gilroy made an exciting directorial debut with 2014’s excellent Nightcrawler, a Los Angeles-based character study with a strong lead performance. Now Gilroy is back with yet another character study set in L/A. Sadly, lightning doesn’t strike twice for Gilroy – his new film, Roman J. Show More Summary

‘Robotech’ Zeroes In On New Writer: ‘Wonder Woman’ Scribe Jason Fuchs

We’ve been writing about a potential Robotech movie since 2007, when Tobey Maguire was planning to produce a big screen adaptation of the classic anime series. Ten years later, it seems like the movie finally has the right combination of talent attached in order to get it into production. Show More Summary

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