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The Duel

More forgettable than engaging, The Duel boasts an impressively psychotic Woody Harrelson performance, bloody violence, and an intriguing allegorical plot, but it's just all a bit lightweight.

The Neon Demon

Wickedly original, The Neon Demon finds Nicolas Winding Refn at his divisive and provocative best, as he toys, disturbs and, even, infuriates his audience, all with a knowing wink.

Sony Wants an Entire Spider-Man Universe With Marvel; Silver Sable Movie Rumored

Sony’s first Spider-Man film series petered out after the disappointing Spider-Man 3, and their second ended after The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was met with total indifference. But the property finally got the boost he needed when the studio struck a deal to bring the webslinger into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Show More Summary

‘The Leftovers’: Damon Lindelof Teases Final Scene, Season 3 to Premiere in 2017

With season two of HBO’s The Leftovers, showrunner Damon Lindelof and all involved were telling a story about geography. The show picked up and moved to Jarden, Texas, for thematic reasons, and, by moving to Australia, season three is pulling a similar move. Show More Summary

Spoiler Space: Spoiler Space: Independence Day: Resurgence

Thoughts on, and a place to discuss, the plot points we can’t reveal in our review. Is it really possible to spoil a film with a “to be continued…” non-ending? Or one where the “twists” are all derivative of other, more famous sci-fi...Show More Summary

Interview with Director Rob Spera for ‘THE SWEET LIFE’

Suicide is a drastic decision until love complicates the matter. In an unconventional comedy drama, it follows Kenny Parker (Chris Messina) and Lolita Nowicki (Abigail Spencer), who are suffering from their own personal demons, traveling across the country to the Golden Gate Bridge to commit suicide together. Show More Summary

Did Ben Affleck Almost Direct A Star Wars Movie? Here's What He Says

The line of people hoping to direct a Star Wars movie likely ran pretty long, but we'll never really know who made it onto that list unless they discuss it in public. Steven Spielberg tells an interesting story of how he recruited J.J. Abrams to The Force Awakens by wining and...

Paul Rudd Breaks for Drama While 'Trying to Crack' the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Between his size-changing superheroics in "Marvel's Ant-Man," his hilarious turns in the Judd Apatow-verse, and his enduringly dreamy Baldwin-ism in "Clueless," it may surprise you to learn that Paul Rudd got his start flexing his dramatic muscles in works by Neil LaBute, John Irving, F. Show More Summary

Suicide Squad Will Feature An Important DC Organization

Director David Ayer has confirmed that a key organization from recent DC Comics stories will have a presence this August in Suicide Squad.

Brent Spiner Says He’d Never Play Data Again, Here’s Why

One important player in the history of the Star Trek franchise, Brent Spiner, has revealed that he's done with the character that made him famous. But, at least he's also told us why.

How Roland Emmerich Plans to Follow Up Independence Day 2

Despite the subpar reception Independence Day: Resurgence has received so far, director Roland Emmerich is already moving onto another sci-fi movie. Read on for more details.

Independence Day: Resurgence Is Off To Slow Start At The Box Office, Could Face Brutal Weekend

Independence Day: Resurgence is opening this weekend and if early numbers are anything to believe, then it could be facing a UFO sized battle at the box office. Here's why the blockbuster has such stiff competition.

Suicide Squad Is Finished, And The Director Has This Warning To Fans

While DC's last venture onto the big screen was met with some mixed results, they've gone full steam ahead with their next chapter, and the director of Suicide Squad says that his movie is now ready for audiences to see.

Why The Shallows Director Avoided Watching Jaws Before Making His Own Film

The Shallows' director Jaume Collet-Serra has admitted that rather than repeatedly turning to Steven Spielberg's iconic nautical blockbuster Jaws for inspiration, he avoided it. Here's why.

How Batman Will Be Different In Justice League, Than Batman V Superman

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice gave moviegoers an especially dark version of Batman this past March, but when Justice League arrives next year, they'll see a different version of the Caped Crusader in these ways.

Jennifer Lawrence’s Controversial Blood-Testing Drama Just Took A Huge Step Forward

It's amazing. You put a couple of Oscar winners together for a new film that already sounds like an award contender, and suddenly everybody wants to make it.

Green Bay Packers Fans Are Finally Getting A Movie, With Actual Packers Players

Of all the teams in the National Football League, the Green Bay Packers may have the most supportive fans, the city owns the team after all. So it makes sense that the players would return that support.

6 Movies From 1996 That Should Have Gotten Sequels Instead Of Independence Day

Just because a movie's celebrating a milestone doesn't always mean it deserves a follow up. In fact, when combing over the box office results of 1996, we found six movies we wish were getting a Part Two instead of Resurgence.

How Star Wars: Rogue One Plans To Use Mon Mothma

After first appearing in Return of the Jedi, Mon Mothma is finally returning to the big screen in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Here's how the spinoff plans to use her.

Interview with Elle Fanning for ‘THE NEON DEMON’

The modeling world is dark and vicious. Elle Fanning stars in this dark thriller horror THE NEON DEMON as an aspiring runway and fashion model in Los Angeles. As her career blossoms, the modeling life is a terrifying world with beauty and jealousy. Show More Summary

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