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Which Future Marvel Movie Could Be Set In The Past?

Ever since Iron Man came out in 2008, most of Marvel's movies have followed each other chronologically. Excluding flashbacks, the only exception so far has been 2011's Captain America: The First Avenger, and even that caught up to the present when Steve Rogers awoke from suspended animation. Show More Summary

10 Movies You Would Never Believe Led The Box Office At Least 3 Consecutive Weeks

Jurassic World is a rare breed indeed, as it has led the box office three weekends in a row. It's an increasingly difficult feat, what with so many films being distributed throughout the year and tentpole seasons being more crowded.Show More Summary

Why The Later Terminator Movies Don't Affect Genisys

Alan Taylor's Terminator: Genisys is a very odd kind of sequel. The movie doesn't actually erase continuity, instead choosing to add to the established franchise mythology; but it also in many ways serves as a reboot/rewind, in thatShow More Summary

Pixar Has A New Foodie Easter Egg That Appears In Multiple Films

Pixar’s Inside Out is currently riding stunning success box office success, despite continually falling short of the top spot thanks to the monstrous momentum of Jurassic World. Despite the studio's rather unconventional approach to its new feature, there are a number of things that cement its place in their colorful continuity. Show More Summary

Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 Finally Has An Official Title

With the exception of the Iron Man movies, Marvel Studios has largely stayed away from putting numbers in their sequel titles, instead opting for more creative subheads like The Dark World, The Winter Soldier, and Age of Ultron. That...Show More Summary

Why Anne Hathaway's Brokeback Mountain Audition Was A Hot Mess

Nearly a decade after a successful theatrical release, Brokeback Mountain remains a groundbreaking drama in the public consciousness in several aspects. Certainly, one of its unique dramatic elements was brought by Anne Hathaway’s character, the scorned wife, Lureen Newsome. Show More Summary

Why Suicide Squad Had To Bring An On-Set Therapist

Suicide Squad is distinguishing itself from other superhero movies by featuring a cast consisting primarily of villains. Understandably, this means that nearly every actor in the production will be embracing their inner bad guy to varying degrees. Show More Summary

The Huge Change Inside Out Made During Production

Pixar's Inside Out has been a huge success for the beloved animation studio. It was the biggest opening for an original movie property ever, critics adore the hell out of it, and fans are over the moon about the inventive tale. As with...Show More Summary

What Ted 3 Should Be About, According To Amanda Seyfried

Ted 2 hasn't quite matched the success of the original. Its reviews have been relatively lukewarm, while its $32.9 million box-office return was around $15 million less than Universal expected (according to analysts). Ted 2 star Amanda...Show More Summary

Why Brokeback Mountain's Producer Thinks It Lost Best Picture

At the 78th Academy Awards ceremony in 2006 a movie about two closeted gay cowboys and their complex relationship in the American West was at center stage. It was the first gay romance to hit the mainstream and grossed $178 million worldwide. Show More Summary

Watch Ben Affleck Say I'm Batman For The First Time

The debut of Ben Affleck's dark foray donning the famous cape and cowl in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is still the better part of nine months away. Despite getting a glimpse of his performance in the recent trailer, details on Affleck's interpretation are still scarce. Show More Summary

When Marvel Will Add An LGBT Character To The Movies

Coming off of the historic Supreme Court ruling that brings marriage equality to all of America, Kevin Feige addressed the lack of LGBT representation in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Unlike the comic books, the blockbuster films haven’t...Show More Summary

What Arnold Schwarzenegger Wants The Legend Of Conan To Be About

With the release just a few short days away, there has, understandably, been a great deal of focus on Terminator Genisys. While we're curious to see the fifth installment in that saga on the big screen, it's not the only franchise that Arnold Schwarzenegger is returning to in his post-political career acting resurgence. Show More Summary

How Elizabeth Berkley Actually Feels About Showgirls

Elizabeth Berkley has a love-hate relationship with Showgirls. Yes, the film about an exotic dancer dreaming of making it big as a Vegas showgirl made her the cult icon she is today, but the harsh criticism at the time of its release in 1995 was difficult to bear. Show More Summary

Why Marvel Will Gender Swap The Ancient One, According To Kevin Feige

Doctor Strange is already going to be the most mind-bending Marvel movie of them all. Benedict Cumberbatch as the Sorcerer Supreme will introduce us to powers that we've never witnessed (i.e. magic) and dimensions we've never traversed, but Marvel will also bend the casting as it sees fit. Show More Summary

Jurassic World Just Passed A Box Office Landmark

Jurassic World continues its nationwide box-office domination. After surpassing a number of records, including highest-grossing opening weekend of all-time, the resurgence of the Jurassic Park franchise has trampled over Avengers: Age...Show More Summary

To 3D Or Not To 3D: Buy The Right Terminator Genisys Ticket

Terminator Genisys is coming down the dark and unknown road from the future, and the closer it gets, the bigger it looms. Kind of like the effect a good 3D conversion has on an audience full of eager fans who pay an extra premium to get things expertly thrown at them. Show More Summary

This Rotten Week: Predicting Magic Mike XXL And Terminator: Genisys Reviews

Everyone enjoying their summer? Well, the blockbuster train keeps on rolling this week, with two more big flicks hitting the screens. Hitting cinemas everywhere will be both Channing Tatum and Arnold Schwarzenegger making returns toShow More Summary

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Explains Why Sandman Is Better For Movies Than TV

Filmmakers have talked for years about the idea of adapting Neil Gaiman's Sandman, but when you look at the source material it becomes very clear why that's such a challenging task. On beyond the stylistic challenges that come with trying...Show More Summary

Watch X-Men: Apocalypse's Olivia Munn Show Off Awesome Psylocke Sword Skills

In recent weeks, director Bryan Singer has kept fans in the know about what's going on behind the scenes of X-Men: Apocalypse... though he's not the source of this brand new peek. This time all credit goes to Olivia Munn, who has posted...Show More Summary

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