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Newswire: Laura Dern is in the running for Academy president

Considering her work on great TV like Enlightened and Big Little Lies, and classic films like Jurassic Park and Blue Velvet, Laura Dern is something of a favorite around here. So it’s with some pleasure that we report that she’s apparently in the mix to become the next president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences. Show More Summary

Robert Downey Jr.'s Dr. Dolittle Reboot Gets a New Release Date

19 hours agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

Universal Pictures is bringing Robert Downey Jr's Voyage of Doctor Dolittle too theaters sooner than expected.

Save My Seoul: Director Jason Y. Lee Raises Awareness of Human Trafficking in South Korea

Prostitution is a worldwide problem. In even in conservative South Korea, this dark issue even clouds the country that prides itself on ethics and values. American Director Jason Y. Lee travels to South Korea to film Save My Seoul, a documentary that looks into the rampant prostitution and sex trafficking in South Korea. Show More Summary

The Lockpicker: Director Randall Okita Reflects Making Teenage Thief Film

Once a teen enters into the world of crime, it’s too late to get out. In The Lockpicker, this grounded narrative film looks at a teenage thief who tries to leave town to escape the violence that threatens him and the people he loves....Show More Summary

Michael Bay Recreated Stonehenge to Blow It Up in Transformers 5

20 hours agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

Director Michael Bay built a full-scale recreation of Stonehenge for Transformers: The Last Knight only so that he could completely demolish it.

Why Austin Powers 4 Still Hasn’t Happened Yet, According To The Director

Jay Roach recently opened up and addressed why a fourth Austin Powers movie hasn't come together yet. Here's what he had to say.

New Music Album Releases: April 28, 2017

The week of April 28, 2017 features new music album releases from The Cranberries, Mary J. Blige, Gorillaz, Willie Nelson, Lea Michele, Ryuichi Sakamoto, John Mellencamp, The Sneetches, Feist and... For more, visit our blog !

Mixed Match: Jeff Chiba Stearns and Athena Asklipiadis Stresses The Importance of Bone Marrow Donor Registry for Mixed Races

Far too many people have died from cancer. It’s very important than ever for volunteers to register themselves in the bone marrow donor registry so that there’s a chance to save someone from cancer and other diseases. With a relatively...Show More Summary

The Bizarre Purchases John Boyega Made With His Star Wars Money

In addition to worldwide fame, John Boyega got some coin in his pocket thanks to his role in the Star Wars universe. Turns out that he has some...unique spending habits, which you can see right here.

How Would ‘Furious 7’ Have Ended If Paul Walker Hadn’t Died During Production?

21 hours agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

The cast and crew of Furious 7 were thrown a pretty serious curveball when Paul Walker died in a car wreck while the sequel was still in production. Shooting shut down for awhile to allow everyone time to grieve and process this tragedy,...Show More Summary

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Becomes an 80s Sitcom in New TV Spot

21 hours agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 gets a retro-style commercial that turns Star-Lord and his crew into an 80s sitcom family.

New Games: LITTLE NIGHTMARES (PC, PS4, Xbox One)

> Video Game Description: Immerse yourself in Little Nightmares, a dark whimsical tale that will confront you with your childhood fears! Help Six escape The Maw – a vast,... For more, visit our blog !

Reservoir Dog’s Most Iconic Scene Was Actually Improvised

It turns out that one of Reservoir Dogs' most iconic moments was actually improvised on the spot by the actors. Get the details!

Superman Vs. the KKK Will Tell True Story Behind Infamous Radio Show

22 hours agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

Lotus Entertainment and PaperChase Films will adapt the book Superman Versus the Ku Klux Klan for the big screen.

Which Movies Inspired War For The Planet Of The Apes, According To Matt Reeves

Director Matt Reeves drew a lot of inspiration from several classic films to round out Caesar's story in War for the Planet of the Apes. Hit the jump to find which films influenced the character-driven blockbuster the most.

"Announcin' Your Plans is a Good Way to Hear God Laugh" - American Gods Review

22 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

American Gods certainly isn't the first beloved book to find its adapted way onscreen; hell, it's not even the first one this week (your friendly reminder that The Handmaid's Tale may be the most important show of the year). But...

New ‘Valerian’ Poster Seems to Feature an Intriguing ‘Fifth Element’ Reference

22 hours agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

This summer, director Luc Besson returns to sci-fi in a big way with an adaptation of the French comic Valerian and Laureline in the form of the feature film Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. The movie came in at #7 on our...Show More Summary

Guardians 2 De-Aged Kurt Russell Is Mostly a Practical Effect

22 hours agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 used make-up and other practical effects to de-age Kurt Russell during the sequel's opening scene.

New Valerian Poster Has Aliens, Space Weapons, And Rihanna

A new poster for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets has all of the science fiction goodness that you could possibly want. Check it out to see for yourself!

Newswire: Ridley Scott thinks aliens are real, would totally wipe us out

Ridley Scott launched his career with a movie about a superior alien species going to town on some poor, largely helpless humans. So it’s not entirely surprising to learn that, not only does the celebrated director—currently making the...Show More Summary

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