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Watch: Fan-Made Jedi Short Film 'Star Wars: The Force And The Fury'

"How does it feel to be alone? I've taken everyone you love. This time you won't forget me." Meet another Jedi in this new fan-made short film set within the Star Wars universe. Star Wars: The Force And The Fury is a short by Jason Satterlund telling the story of a Jedi who crash lands on a mysterious planet. Show More Summary

Newswire: Lea Thompson to play Marmee in a new adaptation of Little Women

There comes a time in every actress’ life when it’s time to put away childish things and settle down into a nice, stable Louisa May Alcott adaptation. Sure, it might not be as exciting as having sex with a duck or drawing a successful comic strip, but this is 2017. Show More Summary

I Love New York: On Jonathan Demme’s Love Affair With The City That Inspired Him

There are filmmakers who have spent their whole careers trying to nail down a vision of New York. As a result, New York is maybe the most iconicized, rhapsodized, and oversized city on film. But true to his affable reputation, the late Jonathan Demme avoided fixation. Demme was a Long Island kid who named his... Read more »

The Great Outdoors Is Getting a Remake with Kevin Hart

13 hours agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

Kevin Hart has come aboard to star in and produce Universal's remake of The Great Outdoors, which Michael De Luca is producing.

Who Dwayne Johnson Wants To Work With On The Jungle Cruise Movie

We've known for a while that Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has agreed to star in The Jungle Cruise, sometime between all the other projects he is currently involved with. Here's who he wants to work with.

Big Brother turns into a bit of a bore in 'The Circle,' and there's not an app for that

“Don’t be evil” was Google’s old, readily teaseable motto. Now, knowing what most of us do about the corporations that run/monitor our mobile-mad lives — Uber was able to track people even after they deleted the app? — most of us would settle for “We try not to be evil” as a mantra for any aggressively...


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The Flash: Robert Zemeckis Reportedly In Talks To Direct The DC Film!

The DC Extended Universe has had an interesting last 12 months or so. In that span, we’ve seen sequels and spinoffs announced left and right, we’ve seen directors come and go from The Batman, and of course, we’ve also seen Rick Famuyiwa depart from his directing duties for The Flash. Show More Summary

So This Is What Happens When 'Archer' Just Decides To Tell A Story

14 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Archer has always been a show that revolves around its perennially perfect cast delivering glorious gags and dialogues to die for. While its episode plots are often inventive and perfectly suitable in terms of delivering the crew into any number...

Steamy drama 'Below Her Mouth' doesn't even buy you dinner first

The sexy lost weekend subgenre — in which sexual connections provide an entry into emotional and intellectual intimacies — has gained traction in recent years featuring same-sex male couples, for example: “Paris 05:59” and Andrew Haigh’s “Weekend.” April Mullen’s “Below Her Mouth” seeks to do the...

Lust and gore abound in trashy horror film 'The Black Room'

Veteran exploitation filmmaker Rolfe Kanefsky has directed a handful of horror pictures over the years, but has spent more time helming soft-core erotica, which probably explains why his supernatural thriller “The Black Room” is unusually sexy. It’s a throwback to the days when B-movies loaded...

'One Week and a Day' works through grief, one toke at a time

With a title that sounds standard but turns out to be specific, "One Week and a Day" keeps an impeccable balance between absurdity and sadness, comedy and heartbreak. Increasingly outrageous but always plausible, it applies its pitiless, pitch black sense of humor to a very particular situation....

First Trailer for Korean American Film 'Gook' Set in 1990s Los Angeles

"When hate divides, hope remains." Samuel Goldwyn Films has revealed the first trailer for the film titled Gook, which is a derogatory slang word in America used to describe Asians. The film is directed by Korean American filmmaker/actor Justin Chon, and is about two Korean American kids living in Los Angeles in the early 1990s. Show More Summary

First Official Trailer for Vintage Camera Horror Film 'Camera Obscura'

"If you knew someone was going to die, would you try and save them?" Chiller Films has debuted the official trailer for a horror film titled Camera Obscura, arriving in theaters this June. The film is about a veteran war photographer who returns from Afghanistan with PTSD. Show More Summary

Review: Tom Hanks' 'The Circle' Is So Profoundly Bad It's Almost Impressive

14 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Let's cut to the chase: The Circle is one of the worst movies I've ever seen. It's so shockingly flat, logically flawed, emotionally vapid, and astoundingly awkward that its end credits felt like a cruel prank. How is it possible...

So Johnny Depp Just Crashed The Pirates of the Caribbean Ride At Disneyland

Some lucky visitors to Disneyland caught Jack Sparrow live and in the flesh on the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' ride.

'Game of Thrones' star Emilia Clarke is trapped in lifeless mystery 'Voice From the Stone'

A ghost story without a pulse or a perceptible purpose, “Voice From the Stone” strands its cast, led by “Game of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke, in an airless series of darkly lovely tableaux. The movie, set in the 1950s, revolves awkwardly around a grieving young boy, his cheerless father and the...

Movie Review: Emma Watson fights a losing battle with internet paranoia in The Circle

It’s no wonder that there haven’t been more internet-paranoia movies since the advent of Google, Facebook, and your grandparents being online. Online media are so well-integrated into much of American life that thriller-level intrigue...Show More Summary

Newswire: New Mutants’ working title is adorably angsty

Being a teenager is tough, especially if you’re a teenager in the X-Men universe. Not only are you growing hair in weird places, but there’s also a distinct possibility that you could soon develop mutant powers that make lasers comeShow More Summary

Steven Shainberg directs Noomi Rapace in the delightfully bonkers sci-fi/horror flick 'Rupture'

It might come as a surprise that director Steven Shainberg of “Secretary” and “Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus” fame has tackled a genre film — the wild and kooky sci-fi/horror flick “Rupture,” penned by screenwriter Brian Nelson (“Hard Candy”). But Shainberg has brought his signature...

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