Tom Holland thinks his Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Homecoming might be slightly better than any that has come before it.
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Daniel Clowes' graphic novel comes to life in the Fox Searchlight release The post Check Out the New Wilson Movie Trailer, Clip and More! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Paramount will release An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power on July 28, 2017 The post An Inconvenient Sequel Clip Shows Global Warming in Action appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Welcome back to another edition of Fantasy Fridays here at LRM, where two real-life best friends put their heads together and pretend to be studio execs as they try to cast and hire other pertinent talent for upcoming geek properties. Show More Summary
Of all the side-eye being thrown in the direction of Donald Trump’s inauguration this afternoon, one of the most elegant and subtle digs has come to us from Turner Classic Movies, of all places. The Turner-owned cable network is “celebrating”...Show More Summary
Despite Inhumans now being an ABC TV series, Vin Diesel would still like the property to be made into a movie. Here's why.
Today Mike Mills' semi-autobiographical gem 20th Century Women opens nationwide. You should see it because it's beautiful filmmaking that thoughtfully focuses on the evolving challenges women face from one generation to the next. And you should see it this weekend,...
Even if you’re a monster movie aficionado, it’s likely you’ve never seen one quite like Nacho Vigalondo‘s Colossal. Anne Hathaway stars as Gloria, whose charm helps paper over the fact that she’s a total mess. Unemployed and freshlyShow More Summary
Assassin’s Creed seemed it would be the one to turn the tide on the bad luck video game movies have faced for decades. It had all the fixing for a memorable movie: a great premise, a talented director, and an A-list cast. Unfortunately,...Show More Summary
Color is often the most memorable aspect of a movie: Think of La La Land’s bright Crayola shades, Steven Soderbergh saturating the screen with Traffic’s individual primary colors, or the moment when Dorothy walks into the wonderland of Oz. Show More Summary
Sundance’s reputation for cultivating interesting filmmakers is by no means a domestic-only effort, as proven again by this year’s World Dramatic Cinema lineup. In its first two days, the festival has presented the world premiere ofShow More Summary
Confirming that old bit of showbiz wisdom that says people really don’t like it when you terrorize a cute dog, there’s now an online petition encouraging moviegoers to boycott Universal’s A Dog’s Purpose unless its director makes a public mea culpa by donating to animal welfare organizations. Show More Summary
A new Justice League photo indicates that we are going to see much more of one very specific location than previously expected.
M. Night Shyamalan's Split is a solid-ish horror-exploitation flick with a strong performance from James McAvoy, who plays Kevin, a man with 23 distinct personalities. While Kevin's multiple personalities have been able to co-exist and even thrive in recent years,...
Anne Hathaway helps a giant Kaiju monster dance across Tokyo in the first thrilling and funny trailer for Colossal.
The Founder doesn’t resemble the often feel-good stories of some of John Lee Hancock‘s previous films, such as Saving Mr. Banks, The Rookie, or The Blind Side. At the end of the day, this is a story of the good guys losing. Depending on who you ask, there’s little that’s inspiring about Ray Kroc’s (Michael Keaton) success story. Show More Summary
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Story recently directed the Think Like a Man and Ride Along movies The post Shaft Reboot Finds a Director in Fantastic Four’s Tim Story appeared first on ComingSoon.net.