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Why Problem Child's First Public Screening Was A Complete Disaster

It may be hard for some of you to believe, but today marks the 25th anniversary of Problem Child (it was released July 27, 1990). The John Ritter-starring comedy went on to become a hit, but initially it appeared that it would be anything but. Show More Summary

CB Answers: 5 Big Questions About Adam Sandler's Future

Several movie reporters spent the weekend writing obituaries for Adam Sandler. Not the actor. Just his career. Pixels, the comedians latest feature, opened to a soft $24 million. This after The Cobbler tanked, and Jason Reitman's Men, Women and Children -- co-starring Sandler -- earned $705,908. Show More Summary

Relativity Media May File For Bankruptcy, Leaving Many Upcoming Movies In Limbo

It appears that the financially strapped Relativity Media has hit some critical, existentance-threatening roadblocks. After quickly becoming a major producer and distributor of some of the most prominent films in recent years, the 11-year-old company faces bankruptcy. Show More Summary

AV Club Writer Pens Angry Letter After Accidental Love Puts His Quote On DVD Box

Quotes from critics are a standard part of movie marketing. They show up in TV spots, on movie posters, and on Blu-ray packaging. They're so commonplace that most of us barely notice them anymore. However, one writer for the AV ClubShow More Summary

Simon Pegg Wants A Mission: Impossible Spinoff Movie

Imagine this, if you will. A Mission: Impossible Cinematic Universe, akin to the worlds being built by Marvel, DC and Star Wars. OK, it's probably a little far-fetched, but that isn't stopping current Mission co-star Simon Pegg fromShow More Summary

Marvel Is Officially Rebranding The Infinity Stones

Starting with 2011's Thor, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has slowly introduced the Infinity Stones (Gems in the comics). Artifacts of incredible power on their own, when brought together they can give make their owner the most powerful individual in the universe. Show More Summary

Who Will Record The James Bond Spectre Theme, According To British Bookies

James Bond movies are iconic for a wide variety of reasons. There is, of course, the international super spy, his badass cars, his cool gadgets, and his lady friends, among other elements. One of these is the opening theme of the movie. Show More Summary

Yep, These Are The Worst Special Effects Ever Put To Screen

There’s nothing like a bad movie effect to either spoil the mood of a gripping drama or exacerbate the embarrassing effort you’re already watching. However, a collection of some of the most laughably ludicrous special effects efforts in modern film history provides plenty of cinematic lessons. Show More Summary

Channing Tatum's Gambit Movie Will Cost A Lot More Than We Thought

With the First Class-led X-Men trilogy coming to an end, Fox is now investing in the future of its superhero franchise... literally. Deadpool is already revving up for release, a New Mutants adaptation is somewhere down the line, and a Fantastic Four-X-Men crossover is under discussion, but Gambit will cost an arm and leg for the studio to make. Show More Summary

How Cyclops Will Be Portrayed In X-Men: Apocalypse

Thanks to Entertainment Weekly's latest issue, we got our first in-depth look at X-Men: Apocalypse and all the newer, younger mutants that come with it. While this film will act as a conclusion to the previous two installments, it will also see an origin for some the more famous characters of the X-Men universe. Show More Summary

Grown Ups Director Rips Critics And Defends Adam Sandler In Foul-Mouthed Tirade

Adam Sandler has done it again. And by "it," we mean incite the wrath of movies critics everywhere. Pixels â?? his latest film under his Happy Madison production company â?? lost the top spot at the weekend box office to Ant-Man, currently sits at 18% from 104 reviews, and has taken a beating on social media. Show More Summary

Why Tom Cruise Keeps Choosing Mission: Impossible Over Other Franchises

Tom Cruise has flirted with sequels over the course of his career. He's currently dancing around the possibility of Top Gun 2. And studios have tried to get him back in the saddle for follow-ups to his biggest hits. But so far, the only...Show More Summary

Will The New Spider-Man Aim To Be Marvel's Funniest Superhero Movie?

In addition to being packed with amazing action and thrills, James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy succeeded in a big way last summer thanks to the simple fact that it also made a special effort to be really, really funny. Obviously we...Show More Summary

This Rotten Week: Predicting Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation And Vacation Reviews

During the summer season we don't get too long to wait between big action movies and R-rated comedies. As such, this weekend we have the return of Mr. Ethan Hunt and a return for the Griswold family to the ever-elusive Walley World.Show More Summary

Two Veep Stars Are Making A Comedy About College Football

Timothy Simons and Matt Walsh have spent years earning laughs together on the small screen, both key members of the brilliant comedic ensemble starring in the HBO series Veep, but now they will be bringing their talents to the world of features. Show More Summary

Weekend Box Office: Pixels Plays Second To Ant-man's Second Weekend As Player One

Eighties video game nostalgia isn't as powerful as Sony/Columbia probably hoped. The Adam Sandler action comedy Pixels may have given last weekend's top earner Ant-man a run for the number one spot this week, but it's not much to get...Show More Summary

The Neighbors 2 Title Promises Something Very Different

The original comedy Neighbors was a rare non-visual effects-filled studio-released summer blockbuster, it ended up being a huge hit when it was released back in 2013. When inexpensive movies make studios huge profits, it usually means that the sequel green light isn't far off â?? and the Nicholas Stoller-directed comedy is no different. Show More Summary

Rachel McAdams Confirms Doctor Strange Talks With Marvel

Peyton Reed's Ant-Man has only been out in theaters for two weekends now, but it already feels like such old news. The Marvel Cinematic Universe slows down for nobody, and so on the public consciousness moves to the next project. For...Show More Summary

Why Tom Cruise Wants To Make Top Gun 2

A sequel to the 1986 classic Top Gun has been one of those on again, off again, maybe, maybe not, projects for years. Now it looks like some new life is being given to the rumor, as Tom Cruise was asked his thoughts about the potential sequel at the premiere of the new Mission:Impossible movie. Show More Summary

New Gambit Reveals Point To The Film's Villain, Other Major Characters

With a release date set for October of next year, Rupert Wyatt's Gambit movie is expected to go into production very soon... but at this point it seems like the film still has a lot of stuff to take care of in pre-production. Set to play the titular mutant, a.k.a. Show More Summary

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