Todd Margaret returns to IFC on January 7th, 2016.
Though lately he has become known for serious dramatic roles and for making more family friendly movies, Eddie Murphy made his bones being as raunchy and raw as anyone on the stand up stage. This translated to his early films like 48...Show More Summary
In today’s edition of Star Wars Bits we’ll take a look at the following: The date and location of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens world premiere The Disney logo/fanfare will not play before Star Wars: The Force Awakens Is the rumorShow More Summary
Principal photography is set to begin in November on the film The post Nicholas Hoult, Luke Evans and Henry Cavill Join War Film Sand Castle appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
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Disney, Marvel and Pixar announced new release dates for 19 different movies, spanning from 2017 to 2020.
"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" costume designer Michael Wilkinson shares insights and secrets about Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman's distinctive new costumes. Plus, Dan DiDio discusses working with Frank Miller again on Dark...Show More Summary
Finally, after months of speculation, the director of "Furious 8" has been confirmed: F. Gary Gray will helm the hotly-anticipated sequel. Gray, who also directed summer hit "Straight Outta Compton," broke the news himself on Twitter, writing that he had taken the gig and was "excited" to get to work on the flick. Show More Summary
Laurie Strode, Lynda Van Der Klok, and Annie Brackett have finally signed up for Facebook. Somebody (or somebodies) has been running several Facebook pages for the residents of Haddonfield, Illinois, for several years now, but it appears things ramp up every year in October. Show More Summary
This story will dabble in light spoilers for Steve Jobs. Proceed with caution. Back during the Telluride Film Festival, Danny Boyle billed the screening of Steve Jobs as a "work in progress." The filmmaker told press that he was still tweaking bits of the film, though the specifics were unclear at the time. Show More Summary
If I were to tell you I wanted to show you a commercial starring Christina Hendricks that couldn't be shown on British television, you'd think you were about to have the best 30 seconds of your day, right? Well,...
Netflix has raised the price of its most popular subscription plan -- which allows viewing on two devices simultaneously -- by $1.00, bumping up its monthly rate to $9.99 for new subscribers. According to Bloomberg, the plans allowing...Show More Summary
"Harry Potter" is getting its TV channel in the UK -- so why can't these movie franchises get one, too?
New allies, new starships and new Inquisitors abound in the 'Star Wars Rebels' Season 2 trailer fro NYCC.
Disney may not screen Star Wars: The Force Awakens for press. What does it all mean?!
In case you haven’t heard, John Boyega plays a black First Order Stormtrooper in The Force Awakens. And, according to the actor, detractors need to “get used to it.” As Boyega told V Magazine in a recent interview: “I’m in the movie,...Show More Summary
20th Century Fox and director Bryan Singer haven’t exactly been shy about showing off the goods from X-Men: Apocalypse. We’ve seen tons of stills and set photos, and the cast and crew have happily talked about what’s coming up for our...Show More Summary
Whoopi Goldberg doesn't like to fly. So when she showed up to make the indie romantic dramedy "Big Stone Gap"' in the bucolic Virginia town of the same name, the Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Award winner arrived in a big "rock 'n' roll" bus. Of course, Goldberg didn't drive. "Nobody let's me drive...
At the 2015 MTV Movie Awards, Vin Diesel prophesied that while “Furious 7 was for Paul [Walker]; 8 is from Paul.” While it’s a touching sentiment, we don’t know what that exactly means. What we do know is that F. Gary Gray beat out a shortlist of contenders jockeying to collaborate with the deceased Walker (metaphorically, we hope). Show More Summary
Native Americans just can’t catch a break in Hollywood. Not only do they have Adam Sandler to deal with, now those entitled little punks from the Maze Runner movies are resurrecting the “Indian burial ground” trope. Series star Dylan...Show More Summary