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Newswire: Arthur Conan Doyle’s estate is suing Miramax over its elderly Sherlock Holmes movie

As explained in this Variety article from last year, the fight to determine whether or not Sherlock Holmes should be in the public domain has been (unsurprisingly) pretty heated. On one side, you have the people who control the estate of Holmes-creator Arthur Conan Doyle. Show More Summary

Chris Pratt Apologizes in Advance for Offensive ‘Jurassic World’ Press Junket Comments

Jokingly wanting to do damage control in advance, Chris Pratt has written an apology for things he has yet to say during his upcoming Jurassic World press junket. Maybe because he doesn’t want to follow in the footsteps of his Marvel co-stars and pull a Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner. Show More Summary

Slow West and Forbidden Empire Are Unconventional Genre Adventures

"Slow West" features a multitude of familiar western beats, but it executes them with a fresh, exciting attitude, a air of melancholy and an unexpected sense of humor. "Forbidden Kingdom" isn't quite as lucky. "Slow West and Forbidden...Show More Summary

New DVD Releases: June 2015 In Home Entertainment

As the TV season is wrapping up, the studios are putting out a ton of TV-related releases  in June, it almost dwarfs all the big movies hitting Blu-ray, DVD and Digital. Among the big releases are the final seasons of Two and a Half...Show More Summary

Second ‘Humans’ Teaser Trailer: Robots Are Watching Us

Back in March, we got our first look at AMC’s forthcoming sci-fi drama series Humans. The new series is based on the Swedish show Äkta människor, or Real Humans, and takes place in a world where humanoid robot servants are helping people in their everyday life. Show More Summary

Ex Machina Star In Talks For The Female Lead In Bourne 5

Part of the legacy of the Bourne franchise has been the pairing of the lead hero - be it Matt Damon or Jeremy Renner - with a capable and active female lead who helps the hero on his mission for the truth. As a result, the series has cast many great actresses over the years, including Franka Potente, Julia Stoles, Joan Allen. Show More Summary

Watch: Official Trailer for 'Fresh Dressed' Doc on Hip Hop Fashion

"Being fresh is more important than having money!" Samuel Goldwyn Films & StyleHaul have released this official trailer for Fresh Dressed, a documentary from this year's Sundance Film Festival looking back at the history of hip hop/urban fashion. Show More Summary

Newswire: Michael Rooker will also take part in James Gunn’s Belko Experiment

As much as we appreciate you reading The A.V. Club, it’s becoming pretty clear that if you really want to get your news about The Belko Experiment—an upcoming horror movie written by Guardians Of The Galaxy’s James Gunn—as efficiently as possible, then you should just follow Gunn’s Facebook page. Show More Summary

Mad Max: Fury Road Blu-ray Will Have An Awesome Special Feature

The theatrical version of Mad Max: Fury Road is absolutely stunning. Each frame is an even more beautiful piece of art than the last, and hyper-intense clash of orange and blue in the color palette is eye-popping. What might surprise you, however, is that this version isn't actually writer/director George Miller's favorite cut of the film. Show More Summary

Shift in Direction Works Wonders for 'Orphan Black'

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After struggling through the first part of its third season, Orphan Black found its footing in the sixth episode of the year by closing several doors and opening a couple more. And speaking of opening doors, let's just get this...

Cannes Review: Van Sant's 'Sea of Trees' is a Very Interesting Mess

Reporting from the Cannes Film Festival. The Sea of Trees is the latest from Gus Van Sant, a filmmaker with a very eclectic track record that proves he's not afraid to put himself out there and experiment. His movies may not always hit their mark but the passion and unique creative voice is always there. Show More Summary

Cannes Review: 'Sicario' is a Fascinating Commentary on Violence

Reporting from the Cannes Film Festival. Quebecois director Denis Villeneuve is quickly becoming a crucial voice in cinema, crafting human stories of immense power and durability. His one-two-three punch of Incendies, Prisoners and Enemy...Show More Summary

The Walking Dead's Tyler James Williams Would Really Like To Play This Marvel Character

Marvel Studios has not yet found the actor that they want to play Spider-Man, but reports suggest it's now a two horse raise between Asa Butterfield and Tom Holand to become the new Peter Parker. That being said, should the Marvel Cinematic...Show More Summary

Cannes 2015: Jacques Audiard's "Dheepan" wins Palme d'Or

In a move that confounded expectations, a jury led by the Coen brothers awarded the Palme d'Or to Jacques Audiard for "Dheepan," an immigrant drama centered on three Sri Lankan refugees who live as a fake family in France. "Dheepan"Show More Summary

Matt Damon Is Totes The Most Handsome ‘Martian’

Now we know what Matt Damon will look like on Mars, and guess what? He's still finnnnne.

Coming Distractions: New trailer for Johnny Depp’s Black Mass is a little more jokey than scary

The first trailer for Black Mass—director Scott Cooper’s film about mobster Whitey Bulger that stars Johnny Depp—played up the fact that if you take away the wacky hats and makeup, Depp is actually a talented actor. He intimidated some...Show More Summary

Tomorrowland Wins Tight Memorial Day Weekend Against Pitch Perfect 2

Poltergeist takes fourth with $23 million in three days The post Tomorrowland Wins Tight Memorial Day Weekend Against Pitch Perfect 2 appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Ryan Reynolds Makes a Young ‘Deadpool’ Fan’s Wish Come True

With confirmation that the eagerly anticipated big screen adaptation of Deadpool is going to be R-rated, there’s no doubt that the property isn’t the most kid-friendly comic book character. But that didn’t stop Ryan Reynolds from making...Show More Summary

Is Emma Stone Interested In Playing Spider-Gwen?

With Marvel and Sony Pictures newly working together on Spider-Man, opportunity to give the story new and different iterations than previous films has arisen. And while the next Spider-Man we'll see hit the screen will be a younger take...Show More Summary

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