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Joss Whedon Is Still Directing Batgirl, But That Could Change

Despite a report to the contrary from earlier today, Joss Whedon still remains attached to direct Batgirl, for now anyway.

The Flash: Does The Thinker Excite Fans This Week?

The Flash returns coming off the heels of the reveal that Season 1 Dr. Wells…er…DeVose is found to be seemingly human with a disability that has left him wheelchair-bound.  Barry and Joe arrived at his residence to speak to he and his wife.  Will we see a more developed character this week? Will he excite fans? […]

Coco Tracking To Top Justice League Over Thanksgiving Weekend

Since Justice League ended last weekend just shy of $94 million, some film fans have been wondering if Pixar’s next offering, Coco, would actually top the superhero team-up in its second weekend. After all, big budget movies tend to suffer substantial drops in their second weekends, and with Coco tracking around $60 million, it would […]

Justice League: Where Each Of The Main Heroes Leaves Off

With the Justice League having defeated Steppenwolf, the heroes have gone their separate ways. Here's where each of them left off by the movie's conclusion. SPOILERS ahead!

Cheech and Chong Almost Met Jason in Friday the 13th Crossover Movie

Director Tom McLoughlin reveals that after making Jason Lives he pitched a Jason vs. Cheech and Chong movie to Paramount.

This Year, We’re Thankful For All The Wonderful Distractions

By Neil Miller Our Thanksgiving tradition of pop culture gratitude continues. The article This Year, We’re Thankful For All The Wonderful Distractions appeared first on Film School Rejects.

James Franco Recreated 30 Minutes of The Room for Disaster Artist

James Franco plans to release his shot-for-shot recreation of the cult hit The Room when The Disaster Artists comes to Blu-ray.

'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Director Shuts Down Lando Calrissian Hopes

It's time to give up on one Star Wars dream: Lando Calrissian is not going to appear in the upcoming film. Many fans had hoped the smuggler played by Billy Dee Williams would make a triumphant return in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," but the film's writer and director, Rian Johnson, has officially put the kibosh on the idea. Show More Summary

Why Coco Is Pixar’s Most Emotional Film, According To Benjamin Bratt

CinemaBlend recently sat down with Benjamin Bratt to talk about his work on Coco, and he admitted that he thinks Pixar's latest film is its most emotional project to date. Here's why!

Smallfoot Trailer Turns the Bigfoot Legend Upside Down

Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for Smallfoot, which features Channing Tatum as a friendly Yeti who doesn't quite live up to the legend.

New Star Wars Trilogy Enters Early Stages of Development

Rian Johnson is clearly excited to be making his own Star Wars trilogy as he begins preparing the next chapter in this sprawling universe.

Blade Runner 2049 Reacts To Film’s Financial Failure

Blade Runner 2049 was an interesting film to follow. It was the decades-late follow-up to a film that didn’t perform in the decade in which it was released, but had gone on to gain a cult following. By some miracle, Warner Bros. had selected this film as one to remake, and had even given it […]

Second Trailer for Special Forces in Afghanistan Action Film '12 Strong'

"Chances are we are not going to make it out of this one..." Warner Bros has debuted the second trailer for 12 Strong, formerly known as Horse Soldiers, about a Special Forces group sent into Afghanistan at the beginning of the war after 9/11. Show More Summary

A Conversation With ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Screenwriter James Ivory

By John Bleasdale James Ivory on his long career, gay cinema and being merely the screenwriter. The article A Conversation With ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Screenwriter James Ivory appeared first on Film School Rejects.

Was The Punisher Show Was Not Influenced By Previous Films, Says Showrunner

What do you remember about the three Punisher movies starring Dolph Lundgren, Thomas Jane, or Ray Stevenson? Please say “nothing,” it’s gonna make this article a lot easier to digest. Each of these films took a different perspective on Marvel’s uber-violent vigilante, but none really captured the essence of the character in quite the same […]

X-Men: Dark Phoenix to Brutally Kill Off a Major Character?

A new rumor claims that a beloved member of the X-Men will meet their demise in Dark Phoenix.

A Major X-Men Character Might Die In Dark Phoenix

Just like in X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men: Dark Phoenix may see an import character dying at the hands of Jean Grey.

Why Does Everyone Speak So Strangely in ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer?’

By Liz Baessler Is there a reason for the film's bizarre speech patterns? We explore. The article Why Does Everyone Speak So Strangely in ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer?’ appeared first on Film School Rejects.

Star Wars: Mark Hamill On Why Luke Ignored Leia In The Force Awakens

It’s getting close folks, Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be here before we know it. The Force Awakens left us with only a small glimpse of what Luke Skywalker has been up to all these years. The Jedi Master himself, Mark Hamill recently spoke with Entertainment Weekly and talked about where Luke is mentally. “Luke longs to […]

Backstreet Boys' Nick Carter Gets Accused of Rape, Denies Allegations

Nick Carter is the latest to get swept up in the sexual misconduct firestorm that is spreading across Hollywood.

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