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See Batman And Superman Square Off In First Look At Batman V Superman

It's now a week before Warner Bros. will be giving fans a special look at the highly anticipated DC Comics event, Batman v Superman, but a whole slew of new looks has debuted ahead of schedule. Entertainment Weekly unleashed the cover...Show More Summary

Why Marvel Picked Jon Watts To Direct The Spider-Man Reboot

When Marvel and Sony announced the new star and director of the solo Spider-Man movie, the non-initiated were collectively floored by these randos making waves. Chances are if they didn't know Tom Holland, then they certainly didn't know who Jon Watts was, either. Show More Summary

Star Wars Drops New Details About The Force Awakens Stormtroopers

Though Marvel is largely staying out of the Comic-Con festivities next week, Star Wars: The Force Awakens is not. Ahead of whatever special look we'll be getting from the film, Hasbro unleashed a look at its new Comic-Con exclusive Stormtrooper...Show More Summary

How Ant-Man's Director Made Sure Civil War Got Ant-Man Right

Peyton Reed might have only been working on Ant-Man for just over a year, but he grew very protective of the character throughout his time on the film. In fact, when the Russo brothers arrived in the Ant-Man editing suite to check over...Show More Summary

Minions Just Broke A Massive Box-Office Record Overseas

Minions is still over a week away from hitting U.S. cinemas, but it’s already amassed quite a chunk of cash overseas, which suggests that it’s going to be a huge success once it finally does. In fact, it’s made so much money that it both knocked Jurassic World off the top of the box office in the U.K. Show More Summary

Why Thor 2's Director Had A Terrible Time Working For Marvel

As their expansive cinematic universe continues to unfold, Marvel has a definite aesthetic, a look and feel and tone that spans different movies, superheroes, and creative teams. This means that there are a lot of fingers in the pot on any given film, and the studio has been criticized for not letting individual director fully realize their visions. Show More Summary

PT Anderson Is Giving Us His Version Of Pinocchio And We Can't Wait

In news that should warm the balls of your feet all the way up to the tip of your noggin, cinematic luminary Paul Thomas Anderson is working on Disney's live-action version of Pinocchio. To make matters even more scintillating, Robert Downey Jr. Show More Summary

The 11 Most Likely Superheroes To Give Your Computer A Virus After An Internet Search

Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, it’s no longer necessary to learn everything about superheroes by reading through thousands of comic books. Unfortunately, searching for these heroes online can sometimes be hazardous, and...Show More Summary

New Mother's Day Comedy Adding Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston And Other Huge Names

It seems that Garry Marshall is ready to continue what's probably best described at this point as his "Holiday Trilogy." It began in 2010 with the star-studded ensemble comedy Valentine's Day; continued with 2011's star-studded ensemble...Show More Summary

Staten Island Summer Throws A Giant Lifeguard Party With SNL Stars

Veterans and stars of Saturday Night Live have been starring in films together for decades, but every so often there is a movie that features one in practically every scene. It looks like the new comedy Staten Island Summer is the newest...Show More Summary

Magic Mike XXL Vs Terminator: Genisys: Who's Going To Win The Weekend

The Fourth of July weekend is traditionally a pretty big deal at the box office, and the 2015 version is set for one doozy of a throw down between killer robots from the future and a gang of greased-up male strippers. That’s right,...Show More Summary

James Gunn's Favorite Marvel Movie Since Iron Man

The early response to Ant-Man ahead of its release later this month has been positive. There have been one or two naysayers, but most of those who have been privy to the latest Marvel adventure insist that it's a rollicking entertaining ride. Show More Summary

3 Big Reasons Magic Mike XXL Is Better Than The Original

As a straight male, I'm probably not supposed to like Magic Mike XXL as much as I did. Or maybe it's just uncouth for me to talk about it aloud... to everyone I bump in to. When friends ask me which movie they are supposed to see this holiday weekend, the testosterone in me is supposed to point them toward Terminator: Genisys. Show More Summary

Prometheus Ending: How Does This Movie Connect To Alien?

Ridley Scott's Prometheus is a movie that catches a lot of flack. Admittedly, some of it is well deserved. Seriously, it has the dumbest characters with the worst decision-making skills ever put on screen. As a precursor to the Alien movies, it obviously doesn't live up to the (possibly unfair) expectations piled upon it before release. Show More Summary

The Weird Gift Tom Hardy Gave Charlize Theron After They Fought During Mad Max

Both Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy were both quite stressed out during the production of George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road, with the environment and isolation both taking its toll on the two actors. As bad as it was, however, they actually...Show More Summary

Channing Tatum's Plan For Sounding Like Gambit

Whatever opinion you may have about Channing Tatum, you can't deny that the man is doing his best to prepare for Gambit. He's already started learning from a magician the fine art of throwing playing cards, Gambit's weapon of choice. Show More Summary

Pixar Changed One Inside Out Scene Because It Was Devastatingly Sad

Pixar's Inside Out wields an innovatively groundbreaking narrative style that will likely be imitated for years to come. However, like most Pixar projects, it showcases the pastel-colored veneer of bright-eyed optimism to cover some seriously sad, often dark themes. Show More Summary

Ace Ventura Originally Killed People In His First Movie

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective could have been a heck of a lot darker than it turned out. While it's known as one of Jim Carrey's more well-known and highly over-the-top comedies, earlier drafts of the script included gruesome beheadings and one guy's suicide by shooting himself through the mouth. Show More Summary

Ant-Man Could Lead To A Hank Pym Prequel

Paul Rudd will soon be suiting up and shrinking down for his Marvel debut in Ant-Man as thief-turned-hero Scott Lang. However, questions have arisen regarding the role of Lang's mentor, Dr. Hank Pym (played by Michael Douglas), who developed the film's shrinkable heroic technology. Show More Summary

King Kong Skull Island Just Had Two Of Its Biggest Stars Bail

It seems no one wants to go to Skull Island except for Tom Hiddleston. Legendary Pictures announced development on the King Kong prequel film during last year's Comic-Con festivities, and since then the studio worked to acquire some pretty high-profile talent. Show More Summary

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