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Marvel Zooms In On A Seedy Paul Rudd In First Official Ant-Man Pic

Ant-Man director Peyton Reed confirmed that his Marvel production – after months of uncertainty and gear-shifting – finally was underway. And as if that news needed even more confirmation, we have our first image of Paul Rudd, in character, in the above image. Show More Summary

Sex, Silence and Adam Sandler Fill Jason Reitman's Men, Women & Children Teaser

Have you ever been tempted to look at someone else's phone? Who do they text? What pictures do they save? What are they hiding? This modern quandary plays at the center of the teaser for Jason Reitman's upcoming drama Men, Women & Children. Show More Summary

John Wayne's Star Trek Premonition And 10 More Things We Learned From To Be Takei's Transatlantic Premiere

I am about to board a yacht. For my job. pic.twitter.com/Z5Dyh2pzb8— Kristy Puchko (@KristyPuchko) July 28, 2014 There are some days where my job doesn't sound real. One of these days was the Monday I was asked to join George Takei on the Queen Mary 2 for the Transatlantic Premiere of his new documentary To Be Takei. Show More Summary

The Olympus Has Fallen Sequel Has Finally Found Its Director

Olympus Has Fallen was a big, chubby hit last year, getting director Antoine Fuqua back on the director A-List. But when the time came to put together a sequel, Fuqua got busy, and is currently following up the upcoming The Equalizer with Southpaw. Show More Summary

Robin Williams Films Are Topping The Amazon DVD Charts

When a star as big as Robin Williams passes on, there's usually an uptick in sales of their greatest works. In a sort of unofficial act of mourning, fans love to collect those last couple of titles that they didn't own before, or they sometimes decide to buy a new and offbeat title they've heard raved about. Show More Summary

Two Of The Expendables Are Gay Lovers

Okay, so, a lot of you didn't see The Expendables 3 this weekend, and that's a pity. It's not because the movie's good (it isn't), it's not because the heroes of yesterday's movies need your support, and not because Sylvester Stallone is starving. Show More Summary

Watch A Plant Grow Out Of A Vagina In The Most WTF Trailer Of The Year

Above is a real attention-getter: the trailer for Wetlands, a new German comedy opening September 5th. In short, this is about a girl who loathes hygiene. Her attitude seems to be the least amount of grooming is necessary before leaving the house. Show More Summary

The Rock Confirms He's In Shazam

Dwayne Johnson has spent months and months teasing a deal that he has been working out with the folks over at Warner Bros. and DC Comics, and as time has passed he has gotten more and more specific in his hints. Most recently he Tweeted...Show More Summary

Spider-Man's Doc Ock Wants To Return To The Franchise

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 just may have put the final nail in the coffin of the Sony owned film franchise, at least if the box office results and the studio's shifting plans for the future of the brand have anything to say about it. Some think it's a good idea to quit, and others think it's a good idea to press forward. Show More Summary

The Expendables 3 Was Not Undone By Piracy

The Expendables have fallen, and they can't get up. This weekend's box office suggests that The Expendables 3 has at least temporarily ended the big budget action franchise spotlighting action heroes of yesterday and tomorrow. Though...Show More Summary

Joaquin Phoenix Sports Some Amazing Facial Hair In The First Look At Inherent Vice

Now that the summer season is coming to a close, we can start turning our attention towards the fall and, specifically, awards season. And there's some amazing stuff coming down the pike. The next few months will be delivering new titles...Show More Summary

This Rotten Week: Predicting Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, If I Stay Reviews And More

I’m coming in a day later than usual, but I’m hoping my fans didn’t get too crazy in the interim. The summer season in winding down. How can I tell? It’s feeling just a bit cooler in the air, the Back To School commercials are in full force, and the movies look a few degrees worse. Show More Summary

Should Hunger Games Fans Expect Big Changes Or Surprises From Mockingjay?

As fall approaches, Hunger Games fans have the first part of the feature adaptation of Mockingjay to anticipate. The choice to split the book into two parts likely has fans wondering just how closely these films will stick to the source material. Show More Summary

Why The New Star Wars Movies Will Be Better With Less CGI

One of the sharpest criticisms levied against George Lucas' Star Wars prequels was focused on the writer/director's abandonment of practical effects and puppetry in favor of CGI - which was quite a good deal less advanced than it is today. Show More Summary

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter Delayed At The Last Minute

Post by Milla Jovovich. It became pretty clear earlier this summer that Resident Evil 6 - a.k.a. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter - wouldn't be making its announced September 2014 release date. After all, writer/director Paul W.S. Anderson revealed he was still working on the second draft of the script in June. Show More Summary

Forget Edge Of Tomorrow! This Is What Tom Cruise's Movie Is Now Called

Last week, we covered a story about how Warner Bros seemed to be changing the title to the summer offering formerly known as Edge Of Tomorrow. I must admit, when I covered this story initially, it felt as if Warner Bros was merely emphasizing the tagline over the title, which will still be included at the bottom and the spine of the box art. Show More Summary

The Doctor Strange Movie Probably Won't Show Us How Doctor Strange Became Doctor Strange

While making a lot of origin stories made sense when superhero movies were coming out few and far between - helping audiences become familiar with characters they may not know - that time has certainly passed. Between now and 2020 we...Show More Summary

Disney's 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea Will Shoot Next Year If Australia Invests Big

Disney is looking to make a big-budgeted adaptation of Jules Verne's beloved novel 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea. But to launch this science-fiction epic in 2015, they are demanding a major financial commitment from Australia. THR reports...Show More Summary

Simon Pegg And Nick Frost To Reprise Shaun Of The Dead Roles For Phineas And Ferb

If you've been wonder what Shaun and his undead buddy Ed have been up to since Shaun of the Dead pulled its final curtain, you're in luck! Simon Pegg has revealed that these two beloved icons of horror-comedy will be returning on television...Show More Summary

Expendables 3 Robbed Us Of A Much-Needed Wesley Snipes Renaissance

At the start of The Expendables 3, the crew breaks into a prison train to secure Doc, a wild-eyed killer played by Wesley Snipes. The actor, equally wild-eyed and ravenous, responds to his freedom by briefly zoning out. While the crew awaits him in their helicopter, he takes one look at them, then runs in the other direction. Show More Summary

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