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Watch This: Only an android would have the gall to disobey Klaus Kinski

Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by the week’s new releases or premieres. This week: That adorable walking weapon Chappie inspires five days of robots, androids, and sentient machines. Android (1982) Android...Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Fifty Shades Of Hutt is the erotic thriller no one asked for

A woman enters the room of a powerful man, looking for information from an otherwise guarded source. Eventually, things take a turn and soon enough she finds herself in bondage gear and surrendering (temporarily) to his whims. Now the...Show More Summary

Phones from Phoenix Biogenic Being Sent Out for New Viral Promo

We have a delivery. Arriving at the offices of a number of prominent movie bloggers all over the country are LG cell phones with a personalized introduction and instructions to wait for more information tomorrow (Wednesday, March 4th). Show More Summary

Robert Rodriguez's New 'Director's Chair' Discussion with Coppola

Director Robert Rodriguez has possibly come up with the coolest idea for a TV interview show, especially for fans of cinema. "The Director's Chair," airing on Rodriguez's El Rey Network, shows the Desperado filmmaker sitting down for a casual chat with some of the best filmmakers alive. Show More Summary

Check Out Jason Edmiston's Mondo Art Series 'Eyes Without a Face'

Another week, another cool collection of magnificent artwork from the collectible arthouse Mondo. This time it's artist Jason Edmiston with his exhibition called "Eyes Without a Face," with about 150 paintings focusing only on the eyes of some famous figures of pop culture. Show More Summary

Harry Potter Fans Are Trying To Turn A Castle Into A Permanent ‘College Of Wizardry’

AgroupofHarryPotterfanshavelaunchedanewcrowdsourcingcampaign–“CollegeofWizardry:AsRealAsWizardSchoolGets”–thataimstoestablisha“permanentschoolofsorcery”startingatacastleinPoland.At$50,000,it’sslightlycheaperthanjustgoingtoOberlin.WithinthreedaysofbeingpostedoncrowdfundingsiteIndiegogo onFeb.

A Gloriously Be-Scarved Terrence Howard Blamed His Oscar Presenting ‘Flub’ On Oprah

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USA’s “Dig” Plays Like Bad Airport Bookstore Fiction

They should have called it “Run.” As one would expect with a conspiracy-laden thriller, that’s what characters do a lot of in USA’s new limited series “Dig,” premiering Thursday, March 5 th at 9pm EST, a show that boasts a talented cast working with high production values but in pursuit of a story that only gets sillier as it progresses. Show More Summary

‘Community’ Season Six Trailer: The Age of Yahoo Begins

Greendale Community College is opening its doors once again, and you can see the Community S6 trailer via the show’s new home… at Yahoo. The former NBC sitcom movies to Yahoo for it’s unlikely but possibly always-destined new season,...Show More Summary

‘Ex Machina’ Trailer: Two New ‘Star Wars’ Stars Play With a Robot

Before Oscar Isaac and Domhnall Gleeson go gallivanting about some galaxy far, far away, they’ll be tangling with robots right here on planet Earth. Alex Garland‘s Ex Machina has Gleeson playing Caleb, a programmer selected to help his company’s CEO Nathan (Isaac) test his new artificial intelligence experiment Ava (Alicia Vikander). Show More Summary

‘Supergirl’ Casts Jeremy Jordan as DC Villain Toyman

Supergirl may have a new threat coming her way. Jeremy Jordan (The Last Five Years) has just been cast on the CBS series as Winslow “Winn” Schott, a tech guy who works with Kara in her civilian life. Which sounds totally innocuous unless...Show More Summary

Cool Stuff: Hot Toys Hulkbuster From ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’

When Avengers: Age of Ultron hits theaters, there are sure to be some characters and surprises fans will want to take home with them. But based on the trailers and early buzz, the most take-home worthy character or outfit has got toShow More Summary

See Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Edward Snowden Trying to Serve His Country in First Snowden Pics

Is Oliver Stone making a case for Edward Snowden's patriotism? "See Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Edward Snowden Trying to Serve His Country in First Snowden Pics" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary

Junkfood Cinema: The Night is Dark and Full of Madness

March is here, and while most turn their attention to college hoops, Cargill and I thought we’d inject ourselves with a very special strain of March Madness. All month long, we’ll be charting the boundaries of sanity and celebrating our favorite cinematic loons, kooks, and whackjobs. Show More Summary

Gotham Recap: Gordon and Bullock Pull an Instant Replay

Right before Gotham takes a month off, it leaves us with a sort of cliffhanger. "Gotham Recap: Gordon and Bullock Pull an Instant Replay" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. It is not intended to be reproduced on other websites. Show More Summary

Maps to the Stars is David Cronenberg’s First Horror Film in Years

An in-depth discussion of David Cronenberg's latest. "Maps to the Stars is David Cronenberg’s First Horror Film in Years" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. It is not intended to be reproduced on other websites. Show More Summary

Exclusive: Talking 'Unfinished Business' With Dave Franco

Last week I had the chance to exclusively talk with Dave Franco about Ken Scott’s (Delivery Man) new comedy "Unfinished Business." The film follows a hard-working small business owner (Vince Vaughn) and his two associates (Tom Wilkinson, Dave Franco) who travel to Europe to close the most important deal of their lives. Show More Summary

Jeremy Renner Talks About Letting Hawkeye Actually Shine in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'

If there's one member of the team who drew the short straw during the first "Avengers" outing, it was definitely Jeremy Renner's Hawkeye, the killer sharpshooter who, at the very beginning of the movie, was hypnotized by Loki (Tom Hiddleston)...Show More Summary

Chris Evans Thinks the First 'Avengers' Was 'a Little Bit Punch-Punch, Kick-Kick'

When Chris Evans stopped to talk to a small cluster of journalists on the set of "Avengers: Age of Ultron," the actor was on the way to fight training. This is fairly typical of a huge, $200 million blockbuster, especially when it'sShow More Summary

Listen to Two Tracks From Junkie XL's 'Run All Night' Score (EXCLUSIVE)

Liam Neeson's new thriller "Run All Night" is intense. It's a nonstop, pulse-pounding rollercoaster pretty much from the get-go, and it doesn't let up until the credits roll, as we watch Neeson (as a former mafia enforcer nicknamed The...Show More Summary

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