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Page To Screen: In source and adaptation, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest looks for hope in madness

In Page To Screen, we compare a movie or TV show to the book that spawned it. The analysis goes into deep detail about specific plot points—in other words, you’ve been warned. The biggest difference between Ken Kesey’s novel One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest and its film adaptation is obvious from the start. Show More Summary

I Watched People Punch Each Other to Settle Movie Arguments

Fantastic Fest takes a violent turn. On the Internet, we have arguments all the time. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »

Trump Continues His Transformation Into the Darkest Timeline's Bobby Newport

4 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Since the beginning of his campaign, the similarities between Donald Trump and a certain fictional political candidate have been glaring to the point of absurdity. Once you've noticed it, it's impossible to ever unsee that Trump is essentially Parks...

The Amazing Way Stan Lee Filmed Some Of His Future Marvel Cameos

Stan Lee is a true legend in the world of fiction, and every single time he appears in a new Marvel movie it stands as a tribute to the amazing comic book world that he helped create. Sadly, however, the guy is now 93 years old -- meaning that getting each cameo done isn't exactly the easiest...

John Carpenter’s Blunt Opinion On Rob Zombie’s Version Of Halloween

Horror legend John Carpenter finally opened up regarding Rob Zombie's 2007 version of Halloween. And he didn't hold back.

How Fantastic Beasts’ Katherine Waterston Feels About Being Compared To Hermione

It turns out that Fantastic Beasts' Katherine Waterston has some very strong opinions for those who would compare her to Emma Watson. Get the details!

Jon Favreau Talks Happy Hogan's Return in Spider-Man: Homecoming

6 hours agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

Jon Favreau reveals how fun it is to come back as Happy Hogan alongside Robert Downey Jr. in Marvel's Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Congratulations! Josh Brolin gets married

Actor and model Kathryn Boyd post about their wedding ceremony on social media.        

Watch: First Teaser Trailer for Indie Horror 'The Autopsy of Jane Doe'

"We're trapped down here!" IFC Midnight has debuted a short teaser trailer for an indie horror film titled The Autopsy of Jane Doe, a new thriller about morticians who encounter a "Jane Doe" body unlike any other. Emile Hirsch and Brian Cox play father-son coroners who receive a mysterious homicide victim with no apparent cause of death. Show More Summary

Remastered in 4K, ‘Phantasm’ is Still Horror’s Weirdest, Wildest, Silliest Crown Jewel [Fantastic Fest Review]

How does Phantasm exist? That’s an odd rhetorical question to ask of a movie that has such a strong cult following, that has inspired four sequels over 37 years, and has inducted a genuine horror icon into the genre canon in the form of Angus Scrimm‘s The Tall Man. Show More Summary

‘Jumanji’ Sequel’s Video Game-Centric Plot Details Surface As Four New Cast Members Join

The primary cast of the Jumanji sequel from Sony Pictures has already been confirmed with Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black and Karen Gillan taking the lead roles. In addition, a photo from the set recently showed us how they’ll all look in the jungles of the infamous board game. Show More Summary

Fantastic Fest 2016: The Autopsy of Jane Doe Review

"Terrifying and relentless, with the terrific Brian Cox and Emile Hirsch as two coroners who come in contact with terrible evil." The post Fantastic Fest 2016: The Autopsy of Jane Doe Review appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Sam Neill Reunites with Taika Waititi and Jeff Goldblum in Thor: Ragnarok

Neill can't say what his role is however The post Sam Neill Reunites with Taika Waititi and Jeff Goldblum in Thor: Ragnarok appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Newswire: Netflix picks up backwards-moving crime drama

Movies that progress linearly have been pretty standard for a while, with even big names like The Shawshank Redemption or The Godfather having scenes occur in a chronological fashion (give or take a flashback here and there). However,...Show More Summary

Assassin’s Creed Photos: A Look at the Video Game Adaptation

The video game adaptation opens on December 21 The post Assassin’s Creed Photos: A Look at the Video Game Adaptation appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

'Magnificent Seven' wins box office shoot-out over 'Storks'

Shooting past all competition, MGM and Sony’s “The Magnificent Seven” took over the weekend box office, surpassing fellow new release “Storks,” from Warner Bros. “Magnificent Seven” pulled in an estimated $35 million in ticket sales in the U.S. and Canada, meeting analyst expectations of $30 million...

Interview: ‘The Simpsons’ Showrunner Al Jean on Amy Schumer, the Hourlong Episode, and More to Come in Season 28

The Simpsons is entering its 28th year, yet I still have new questions every time I see showrunner Al Jean at the Fox Television Critics Association party. Jean has been the show runner for 26 of the 28 years. He took two years to do...Show More Summary

Park Chan-wook’s ‘The Handmaiden’ Is a Sexy, Stylish, and Hilariously Perverse Thriller [Fantastic Rest Review]

Park Chan-wook has spent much of his career being compared to the great Alfred Hitchock and The Handmaiden isn’t going to stop that. But there’s something to be said for a modern filmmaker being constantly placed side-by-side with one...Show More Summary

Box Office: 'Magnificent Seven' Hits Bullseye With $35M Debut

By Brent Lang LOS ANGELES, Sept 25 (Variety.com) - Denzel Washington hit the bullseye again. "The Magnificent Seven," the Oscar-winner's first western, topped the box office, picking up a solid $35 million. Hollywood's star system has...Show More Summary

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