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Don't Worry Too Much About the Latest Poll Showing Trump Leading Hillary Clinton

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If you've been on Twitter today, you may have noticed a very dispiriting trending item: That 41 percent represents the percentage of people who say they will vote for Donald Trump in this November's general election, while 39 percent say...

Newswire: Space Jam 2 is off the bench, scores Justin Lin as director

A Space Jam sequel has been as eagerly awaited as another Chicago Bulls championship (or whatever your home team may be, provided that it hasn’t brought home a title in decades). Fans have floated theories of the developing project,Show More Summary

Coming Distractions: The Andron trailer is a maze of derivative sci-fi ideas

Acting as an amalgam of The Hunger Games and Cube—although seemingly without the gravitas or intrigue necessary to sell those respective concepts—Andron tells the story of a group of people who, in the year 2154, awaken in a dark maze without any memory of how they got there. Show More Summary

Newswire: Kodak to roll out free 35mm, Super 16mm film for eligible Kickstarter projects

Filmmakers relying on Kickstarter to make their celluloid dreams come true could soon get a leg up from Kodak, as The Verge reports that the film manufacturer has entered into a partnership with the crowdfunding platform to offer free film to qualifying campaigns. Show More Summary

Watch This: Stallone’s mountain man fights terrorists in this peak summer blockbuster

One week a month, Watch This offers movie recommendations inspired by the week’s new releases or premieres. This week: The summer movie season is upon us again, meaning it’s time for our annual tribute to the unloved, underrated, or generally neglected summer blockbusters. Show More Summary

Newswire: Weekend Box Office: The quiet before the Civil War

It’s not summer until you’ve seen that stupid Michael Jordan hot dog commercial they’ve been airing since the beginning of time. And it’s not the summer movie season until a bunch of overqualified actors don uncomfortable costumes and start striking action poses against green screens. Show More Summary

Psyop jumps in the VR game with “Kismet”

Targeted at higher end VR systems like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, Psyop's "Kismet" is a real-time VR experience that leverages the studio's long-standing reputation for building beautiful worlds and engaging characters.

Bryan Singer Fires Back At X-Men Critics Who Hated Apocalypse's Look, Here's What He Said

There was a lot of excitement in late 2013 when Apocalypse was announced as the next main X-Men movie antagonist. However, when the first X-Men: Apocalypse images of Oscar Isaac’s version of the character were released, many fans didn’t approve of his cinematic look. Show More Summary

New DVD Releases: May 2016 In Home Entertainment

As the box office heats up, a slew of winter favorites are finally heading to DVD and Blu-ray, and while we're a little early to catch stuff like Batman V Superman, there are a ton of critically acclaimed movies and big box office releases that are out this month. Show More Summary

GLAAD Wants Gay Characters In Star Wars, Will It Happen?

We live in a diverse world, and slowly but surely our entertainment has evolved to represent this fact. One film that received a good deal of praise for its diverse casting was Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which had a black man and a woman as two of its lead characters. Show More Summary

A Major X-Men: Apocalypse Rumor Just Got Shot Down, Here's What We Know

Internet rumors are funny things. They occur literally everyday, and sometimes they turn out to be true, and sometimes they don't. This means that even the oddest rumors always seem to have that slight possibility that they could actually end up accurate. Show More Summary

What Jerry Maguire Actually Wrote In The Mission Statement That Got Him Fired

2016 marks the 20th anniversary of Tom Cruise's Jerry Maguire. The drama about a sports agent who has a breakdown earned several Oscar nominations in 1996, including a win for Cuba Gooding Jr. for Best Supporting Actor, and has been remembered if for no other reason that it's an incredibly quotable film. Show More Summary

Monsterpocalypse Finally Finds Its New Director

Hollywood often finds inspiration in the strangest places. From comic books, to video games, there's no dearth of ways to adapt a story to the silver screen. One of the most intriguing types of adaptation comes in the form of adapting a toy. Show More Summary

How X-Men Is Drastically Changing Oscar Isaac To Play Apocalypse

X-Men: Apocalypse has been described many times as the biggest X-Men movie yet, and much of that has to do with its eponymous villain. Just like in the comics, the Egyptian mutant arguably the single most powerful individual on Earth, but he also has one of most unique physical presences. Show More Summary

Space Jam 2 Officially Is Happening With LeBron James, Get The Details

The worst kept secret in Hollywood is that LeBron James has wanted to make a sequel to the Loony Tunes movie Space Jam. Everybody knew that this was a project that Warner Bros. and LeBron were trying to make happen, however every time the topic came up, the response was that it wouldn't happen anytime soon. Show More Summary

Jack Black Surprised The New School Of Rock Cast, Here's What Happened

While movies are often criticized for their repeated use of, really, any other existing property in order to find material for their films, the Broadway stage is just as guilty of using movies to find material for new musicals. Such is the case for the newest musical based on a hit film, School of Rock. Show More Summary

Watch: Official US Trailer for Norwegian Action Thriller 'The Last King'

"In an ancient land of ice & snow, traitors with dark desires lurk in the shadows..." Magnolia has debuted a trailer for a Norwegian action movie called The Last King, directed by filmmaker Nils Gaup. The story is about two men that have to protect an illegitimate son born in ancient Norway during a civil war. Show More Summary

‘Space Jam 2’ Is Really Happening with LeBron James and ‘Star Trek Beyond’ Director Justin Lin

Over two years ago, a rumor began circulating that Warner Bros. Pictures might be putting together a Space Jam sequel with NBA player and Trainwreck star LeBron James in the lead role. However, shortly after the rumor spread it was shot down. Show More Summary

‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Featurette Explains What Apocalypse is All About (and Why He Wants to Kill You)

If the subtitle to your movie is the name of the villain, that villain needs to be something of a big deal. Take X-Men: Apocalypse. As Apocalypse’s name implies, he is a big deal. The world’s first mutant is thousands of years old and...Show More Summary

How Did This Get Made: A Conversation with Metrov, Writer of Solarbabies

In 1970, an L.A.-born artist who went by the name “Metrov” moved to New York City. He began the decade working as a designer for the famed Push Pin Studios and then eventually made a name for himself as a fine arts painter, working out...Show More Summary

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