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Will Ferrell Pulls Out Of Reagan Alzheimer’s Comedy

To quote Ron Burgundy: "That escalated quickly!" Will Ferrell is no longer involved in the Ronald Reagan Alzheimer's Comedy which angered the former president's family this week.

Ghostbusters Reboot Trailer Is Most Hated in Youtube History

The first trailer for Paul Feig's Ghostbusters remake is the only movie trailer in a new list of the 100 most disliked YouTube videos ever.

Maze Runner 3 Delayed Until Injured Star Fully Recovers

20th Century Fox has halted production on Maze Runner: The Death Cure to give injured star Dylan O'Brien more time to recover.

New 'X-MEN' Photo Hints At Taylor Swift Cameo in 'APOCALYPSE'?

The X-MEN universe is a vast one. There are tons of mutants who have yet to grace the screen, and in some ways, that's what makes the world so exciting to fans. With every new film, there's a good possibility one of the dozens of characters will show up in some capacity or another. Show More Summary

The Martian Extended Edition Blu-ray Is Coming This Summer

Ridley Scott's The Martian will be re-released with an extended edition on Blu-ray and DVD, featuring 10 minutes of footage not seen in theaters.

Scott O’Brien’s “Sylvia Sidney: Paid by the Tear”

Scott O’Brien has written another comprehensive, lovingly researched Hollywood biography. His latest is an overdue look at the life and career of Sylvia Sidney. I think two things have contributed to the neglect of Sidney’s important career, which was in the 1930s (particularly the first half of that decade). The first is that she worked

'BLACK MIRROR' Locks Down '10 CLOVERFIELD LANE' Director to Helm Episode for Netflix

BLACK MIRROR is a British anthology series that's made quite a splash. In the vein of, say, like THE TWILIGHT ZONE, each episode takes place in some odd, speculative science-fiction settings. The series only lasted on the British airwaves for two seasons, or seven episodes, but last year was picked up by Netflix for twelve more episodes. Show More Summary

New 'STAR TREK BEYOND' Photos Pop Up Online!

Some new photos from the upcoming film STAR TREK BEYOND have snuck onto the web via Check Magazine. The photos give us a good look at the crew in their sweet new costumes, along with a rather in-depth look at a ship, which is speculated to be the U.S.S. Show More Summary

John Krasinski Is the New Jack Ryan

Not too long after Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit opened in theaters, Chris Pine confirmed that was his first and last time playing Tom Clancy’s hero. Since Kenneth Branagh’s film was the lowest grossing Jack Ryan picture to date, that news...Show More Summary

20th Century Fox Pulls Out of San Diego Comic-Con

Things certainly seem to be changing on the San Diego Comic-Con front. For years, the convention has hosted some of the biggest Hollywood players, who showcased sneak peeks with some of their upcoming features. The illustrious (and infamous) Hall H was where many of these flicks were first showcased to a wide audience. Show More Summary

'Hemingway' filmmaker Bob Yari sees Cuba as a cinematic Garden of Eden after U.S. bid farewell to embargo

Just months before President Obama told Congress to lift its 55-year embargo on Cuba in 2014, Bob Yari was on set in Havana, directing an action sequence of young revolutionaries attacking the presidential palace. In the midst of shooting the scene for his film "Papa: Hemingway in Cuba," which...

Sega's 'SHINOBI' Heading to the Big Screen!

We can already feel the tectonic plates of the film industry slowly shifting beneath us. WARCRAFT and ASSASSIN'S CREED haven't hit theaters yet, but already studios are prepping to bank on their success. Just the other day, we heardShow More Summary

'THE FLASH' Loses Its Director Seth-Grahame Smith

Another day, another sad sign that the DCEU is in more disaster than we've been led to believe. At first, it was WONDER WOMAN losing its first director over "creative differences", and now, the former director for THE FLASH has departed because of a similar fate. Show More Summary

STAR WARS: What We Want From May 4th

This is it, the week before May the 4th, Star Wars Day. Having lived through an Alien Day, and a Back to the Future Day since the last Star Wars Day, I’m pretty much on board for these weird holidays that celebrate franchises and merchandising. Show More Summary

The Flash Movie Loses Director Seth Grahame-Smith

Writer-director Seth Grahame-Smith has parted ways with The Flash movie due to creative differences with Warner Bros.

Black Mirror Netflix Revival Gets 10 Cloverfield Lane Director

Netflix has brought on 10 Cloverfield Lane director Dan Trachtenberg to direct an episode of their highly-anticipated Black Mirror reboot.

Sega's Shinobi Movie Happening with Wicked Producer

Producer Marc Platt is teaming up with Sega to develop a movie adaptation based on the hit video game franchise Shinobi.

Maze Runner: The Death Cure Delayed Indefinitely

The franchise sequel will wait for star Dylan O'Brien to make a full recovery The post Maze Runner: The Death Cure Delayed Indefinitely appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

The Flash Director Departs Amid Creative Differences

Ezra Miller is set to star as Barry Allen in the film The post The Flash Director Departs Amid Creative Differences appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Jack Ryan Series Sets John Krasinski to Star

The contemporary take on Ryan's days in the CIA will draw from Tom Clancy's novels The post Jack Ryan Series Sets John Krasinski to Star appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

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