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First 'Game of Thrones' Season 5 Clips Feature Jon Snow

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Brienne of Tarth chats with Podrick while Jon Snow insults Mance Rayder's pride in two low-quality clips from 'Game of Thrones' Season 5. [...]

Margot Robbie Compares 'Suicide Squad' to 'Dark Knight'

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When asked where 'Suicide Squad' falls between 'Dark Knight' and 'The Avengers', star Margot Robbie sides with Batman. [...]

'Arrow' & 'Flash' Characters Team Up for DC Comics Spinoff

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The CW is developing a series that will bring together characters from 'Arrow' and 'The Flash' such as Atom, Captain Cold and Firestorm. [...]


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Harrison Ford Officially Set For Blade Runner 2

It was nearly a year ago that we first learned that Alcon Entertainment was reaching out to Harrison Ford about the possibility of starring in the upcoming Blade Runner 2, and while it took a long time for us to hear a resolution to that story, today we have the results. Show More Summary

Why Elysium Sucks, According To The Director Of Elysium

In retrospect, director Neill Blomkamp's sophomore directorial effort, Elysium, was a disappointment. While not a bad film, it certainly does pale in comparison to the filmmaker's debut - District 9 - and was ultimately a rather forgettable sci-fi feature. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Mythbusters’ Adam Savage painstakingly recreated The Shining’s maze

Some people go to exhibits and enjoy the show, the items on display, and the artistry at work. Adam Savage attended the Kubrick traveling exhibit and found a huge flaw. The Kubrick exhibit is a gathering of mementos, props, and other pieces of memorabilia from Stanley Kubrick’s filmography. Show More Summary

Newswire: Seth MacFarlane is being sued over Ted talking bottle openers

Threatening to despoil the reputation of a film franchise whose latest ad features Tom Brady’s penis glowing in the dark, a lawsuit has been filed against the people behind the special edition Blu-ray/DVD of Ted that includes a talking bottle opener. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: There’s finally a Whiplash spoof starring Animal from the Muppets

The calypso Whiplash parody was well and good (and quite funny), but it’s kind of surprising that it took the Internet so long to pair a movie about drumming with one of pop culture’s famous drummers, Animal from the Muppets. In the end, it was truly a group effort to create the Animal/Whiplash parody the world both needs and deserves. Show More Summary

Newswire: Richard Linklater signs on for yet another new project

Addiction is a terrible thing. Anyone who has ever known someone battling this demon knows the pain of seeing them wake up in the morning, determined to kick the habit, only to relapse by the end of the day. The latest high-profile victim...Show More Summary

Coming Distractions: The trailer for Raiders! The Story Of The Greatest Fan Film Ever Made celebrates cinematic obsession

Before the Internet came along to give people not only a place to post their fan films, but also an appreciative audience of fellow weirdos to watch them, only the most obsessed fan would go to the trouble of recreating their favorite movie. Show More Summary

Movie Review: My Life Directed By Nicolas Winding Refn is a familiar account of an unusual film

My Life Directed By Nicolas Winding Refn, Liv Corfixen’s behind-the-scenes look at the production of Only God Forgives, has a clear precedent in Hearts Of Darkness, Eleanor Coppola’s behind-the-scenes look at the production of Apocalypse Now. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Mourn along with this overview of Philip Seymour Hoffman’s final films

No matter how much time passes, Philip Seymour Hoffman’s death remains a huge blow to cinema. Hoffman was dependable to deliver nuanced performances that always elevated whatever project in which he worked. But were there any running...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Everly puts a scantily clad Salma Hayek on the warpath, but the fun is canned

Consumer guidance first: Everly went down a storm at Austin’s annual Fantastic Fest, where it was well-received by viewers inclined to enjoy all things “badass” in a fanboy idiom. Director Joe Lynch comes by this sensibility presumably honestly and from a place of deep affection (the title of his previous feature, Knights Of Badassdom, says it all). Show More Summary

Newswire: Here’s a first look at the Avatar Land you forgot was a thing

Avatar Land probably seemed like a good idea four years ago, when James Cameron struck a deal with Disney and 20th Century Fox to bring an Avatar-themed addition to Florida’s sprawling Walt Disney World. Not content with the 3-D renderings...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Bluebird bears an unflattering resemblance to a much better film

Three years ago, there was only one possible answer to the question “Can you name a movie, set in the dead of winter, in which various residents of a sleepy town cope with the aftermath of a tragic accident involving a school bus, and...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Mads Mikkelsen takes revenge in the West in The Salvation

A throwback to the cynical spaghetti Westerns of the ’60s and ’70s, The Salvation stars Mads Mikkelsen as a Danish immigrant who finds himself squaring off against badmen in a decrepit one-saloon town where the undertaker doubles as the mayor and the preacher moonlights as the sheriff. Show More Summary

Run The Series: The star-studded Airport movies reach great heights of unintentional comedy

With Run The Series, The A.V. Club examines film franchises, studying how they change and evolve with each new installment. There’s a giddy pleasure to be had watching celebrities in (mostly fictional) peril. When bad things happen to iconic personalities, it bolsters a viewer’s sense of self. Show More Summary

Movie Review: The Hunting Ground takes a hard look at campus rape and colleges that condone it

At some colleges, it’s easier to get kicked out for cheating than for raping someone. That’s not the central thesis of Kirby Dick’s The Hunting Ground, a documentary about sexual assault on college campuses. Instead, a statistic about...Show More Summary

Movie Review: ’71 was a dangerous year to roam the streets of Belfast, Northern Ireland

What might a movie called ’71 be about? The Pentagon Papers? War between India and Pakistan? The release of Led Zeppelin’s untitled fourth album? Had director Yann Demange taken a cue from Vincent Gallo (Buffalo ’66) and called his film Belfast ’71, no confusion would be possible. Show More Summary

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