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'Hemlock Grove' Gets A Third and Final Season From Netflix

The Netflix Original Series "Hemlock Grove," from Gaumont International Television, a riveting and eerie mystery from executive producer Eli Roth and based on Brian McGreevy’s novel of the same name, has been picked up for a third and final season. Show More Summary

'Mummy' Director Alex Kurtzman Signs 3-Year Deal with Universal

5 hours agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

Alex Kurtzman's new company Secret Hideout adds Focus Features president Jeb Brody and Bobby Cohen as producers. [...]

Vince Vaughn to Star in The Politician, Produced by Seth Rogen

Vince Vaughn will star in Columbia Pictures comedy The Politician, to be directed by What If helmer Michael Dowse.

Nicholas Sparks Adaptation 'The Choice' Gets Director Ross Katz

5 hours agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

Nicholas Sparks' 'The Choice' follows a man and a woman whose relationship as new neighbors blossoms into romance. [...]

Emilia Clarke & Sam Claflin Team for Adaptation of 'Me Before You'

Next year we'll see "Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clarke get into some big screen action in Terminator: Genisys, and Sam Claflin will reprise his charismatic role as Finnick Odair in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part I this fall. Now...Show More Summary

Page 2: Star Wars, Edgar Wright, Simpsons, Walking Dead, Scandal, Star Trek, Transformers, Party Down

Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 36 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. Show More Summary

Newswire: Guillermo del Toro overseeing Halloween film contest on YouTube

Labor Day has come and gone, meaning we’re fast approaching the real most wonderful time of the year, Halloween. Legendary Pictures, a company that has produced some memorable horror movies (and others best forgotten), knows very well the potential of the Halloween season. Show More Summary

Nick Offerman Stirs Up Gunslinging Trouble with his Voice in this Meta Short Film

Why Watch? If you want to mine this short film for its most profound nugget, you’ll find a question of what it’s like to live in a completely transparent society, one where your deepest shames and desires aren’t secret. How do you live...Show More Summary

Monsters: Dark Continent Gets A Full, Terrifying Trailer

Before Gareth Edwards became famous for making Godzilla, the filmmaker was best known for his work on the 2010 indie film Monsters. That feature felt like a bit of a test run for Edwards’ take on one of Kaiju cinema’s most enduring creations, even if it was quiet and restrained where the Godzilla films of old were often boisterous and destructive. Show More Summary

5 Simple Man-to-Man Rules About How To Accord Yourself Around Women

6 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Do you think that you can follow these simple rules, or should I draw you a diagram, fellas?

This Is What Jason Momoa Would Have Looked Like In Guardians Of The Galaxy

If critical and audience reception of the film is any indication, then most of us will agree that Dave Bautista truly killed it in his performance as Drax the Destroyer in Guardians of the Galaxy. But in the months before Bautista signed on for the role, Marvel Studios was actually looking at someone else for the role: Jason Momoa. Show More Summary

Watch: Don't Let Your Kids See Movies with Samuel L. Jackson in Them

"If my picture is on the poster, maybe your kids shouldn't watch it!" The argument of whether or not Hollywood or bad parenting is the reason that people, more specifically kids, become violent or partake in other questionable behavior will never end. Show More Summary

Keanu Reeves Is 50: Celebrate His Range With These 5 Films

It's hard to believe, but Keanu Reeves turns 50 today. And a solid chunk of those five decades has gone toward creating movies that -- whether heralded or hated, brilliant or bonkers -- have been wildly entertaining. To pay tribute to...Show More Summary

Shane Black's 'Nice Guys' Set For Summer 2016 Starring Russell Crowe & Ryan Gosling

Silver Pictures’ upcoming detective thriller “The Nice Guys,” directed by Shane Black (“Iron Man 3”) and starring Oscar winner Russell Crowe (“Gladiator,” “Man of Steel”) and Oscar nominee Ryan Gosling (“Half Nelson,” “Drive”), has staked out the summertime date of June 17, 2016. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Here’s a supercut of what arcades were like in ‘70s, ‘80s, and ‘90s movies

As anyone who’s visited an American shopping mall in the last few decades could tell you, the age of the arcade has long since passed. Despite the efforts of the occasional nostalgia-minded beercade or retro pinball hall, the days of shoving quarters into a Ms. Show More Summary

Yes, ‘The Wire’ Is Being Remastered; No, It Won’t Be Airing Soon

Rumors exploded all over the internet Tuesday that the legendary HBO series, The Wire, was being remastered into high definition for an upcoming marathon. Well, sorry to burst the bubble of all you Bubbles fans out there, but the statement is only half true. Show More Summary

‘ABC’s Of Death 2? Red Band Trailer: Same Letters, More Violence and Very NSFW

The best thing about the ABC’s of Death franchise is they have 26 chances to get it right. Twenty-six short films, combined into one, offering up the most brutal, disgusting, disturbing or hilarious methods of death imaginable directed by a laundry list of talented directors. Show More Summary

Meet ‘Wetlands,’ The Grossest Movie of 2014

Never in my life have I been so engrossed in that which is gross. That’s perhaps my second thought after seeing David Wnendt’s Wetlands at this year’s South by Southwest Film Festival. My first thought: “Ewww…” I wasn’t alone: Nothing at SXSW has topped Wetlands, aka Ewww Is the Warmest Color. Show More Summary

Universal Pictures Inks Three-Year Deal with Alex Kurtzman's Secret Hideout

Following his split with long-time partner and collaborator Robert Orci, filmmaker Alex Kurtzman continues to branch out on his own with the newly-formed production company, Secret Hideout. It has just signed a three-year deal with Universal Pictures, who will be releasing Kurtzman's reimagining of The Mummy, which he will also direct.

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