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The Return of Weird TV

By Karen Gomez From Twin Peaks to American Gods: how strangeness has bled into primetime TV. The article The Return of Weird TV appeared first on Film School Rejects.

‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Set Photo Shows Off a Familiar Ride

Yesterday, we learned that the official title for Jurassic World 2 is Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Now a set photo has surfaced that shows off a vehicle that should look very familiar to any fans of Steven Spielberg’s 1993 movie that kicked off this franchise. Show More Summary

Brad Pitt & Tommy Lee Jones Team for Sci-Fi Drama Ad Astra

Brad Pitt stars as an engineer who heads into outer space to find his long-missing father in the sci-fi thriller Ad Astra.

Wonder Woman Has Officially Grossed More Than Any Other Female-Directed Live-Action Film

'Wonder Woman' is officially the top-grossing live-action film directed by a woman, but it could go on to break another record.

Seeing Double: An Appreciation for Dual-Screen Roles

By Bethany Wade 'Orphan Black' has brought the concept of dual-screen roles back into the spotlight. The article Seeing Double: An Appreciation for Dual-Screen Roles appeared first on Film School Rejects.

Will Spider-Man Be In The Venom Movie? Tom Holland Updates Us

While Peter Parker's inclusion in the MCU is exciting, it's unclear if he'll be able to crossover the Spidey-centric universe that is being crafted by Sony. Specifically, is he going to show up in Tom Hardy's Venom movie?

This Week In Trailers: The 4th, New York Asian Film Festival, Hotel Coolgardie, We Don’t Need a Map, To Stay Alive: A Method

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget:...Show More Summary

The One Thing That Hurt Power Rangers' Success Most, According To The Director

Power Rangers wasn't quite the success that it was intended to be, with plans for a sequel seemingly on hold. Director Dean Israelite thinks this one thing is what held the movie back.

What Ian McKellen Disliked Most About His Magneto Costume

While he seemed to enjoy playing such a badass mutant, Ian McKellen does have beef with one aspect of his role as Magneto: his costume.

How Star Wars 9 Will Honor Carrie Fisher, According To Colin Trevorrow

Colin Trevorrow recently opened up regarding how the final film in the new trilogy will honor the late Carrie Fisher.

The Amateur’s Art #22- “Axiom of Choice” (Tamil, with English subs)

See here for what this series is about. A note about this short: We, Karpanai Kudhirai are a performing arts/theatre enthusiasts from the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru. We have staged a couple of Tamil plays and struck an excellent chord with the live audience. The response and encouragement we received have spurred us to […]

How Many Spider-Man: Homecoming End Credits Scenes Can Fans Expect?

One of the signature aspects of MCU films is post-credits scenes, and now we know how many to expect for Spider-Man: Homecoming.

New video: 'T2 Trainspotting' is an unlikely sequel and surprisingly profound

New on Blu-ray “T2 Trainspotting” (Sony DVD, $25.99; Blu-ray, $30.99; 4K, $45.99; also available on VOD) One of the year’s unlikeliest sequels, “T2 Trainspotting” reunites the cast of the 1996 indie hit “Trainspotting” with its director Danny Boyle and screenwriter John Hodge in a story that catches...

The Real Heroes Of Cons

With Heroes Con in Charlotte, NC having just passed, it’s important to keep in mind the real heroes of conventions. While cosplay has become a primary focus at conventions, and understandably so, it is important to remember the origins...Show More Summary

22 Things You Never Knew About 'Blade Runner'

Given how vastly influential "Blade Runner" has been over the 35 years since its release (on June 25, 1982), it's hard to remember that the movie wasn't a hit. Neither critics nor audiences were certain what to make of Ridley Scott's visionary adaptation of a mind-bending Philip K. Show More Summary

“Vanamagan”… An amiably silly comic adventure turns into tiresome drama

Spoilers ahead… Read the full review on Film Companion, here: In the opening scene of Vanamagan (Son of the Forest), an Andamanese tribal named Jara (Jayam Ravi) is captured. Show More Summary

“Anbanavan Asaradhavan Adangadhavan”… A tiresome star vehicle with a mind-boggling stance on women

Spoilers ahead… Read the full review on Film Companion, here: Most star vehicles give you one hero-introduction scene. Perhaps in acknowledgement of the tripartite nature of the title, Anbanavan Asaradhavan Adangadhavan gives us three. Show More Summary

‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Early Buzz: Spidey is Back and He’s Better Than Ever

Marvel Studios has turned the superhero moviemaking engine into a finely tuned machine. From the sound of things, Spider-Man: Homecoming doesn’t deviate from their tried and true course of showing everyone else in the business how it’s done. Show More Summary

Newswire: Edgar Wright finally opens up about why he left Ant-Man

Possibly inspired by watching two other beloved directors get abruptly removed from the Marvel-Disney-Lucasfilm fold this week (or maybe just by the fact that he’s finally getting his latest film, Baby Driver, into theaters after working on it for years), Edgar Wright has finally opened up about why he left Marvel’s Ant-Man movie. Show More Summary

Coming Distractions: Person To Person trailer stars Abbi Jacobson, Michael Cera, and an old-school feel

Let’s get the obvious comparison out of the way first: Yes, this looks and feels very much like a Woody Allen comedy from the ‘80s. The trailer for Dustin Guy Defa’s Person To Person features a sprawling cast, comic vignettes taking place all over New York City, and wry, meandering conversations about life, love, and what it all means. Show More Summary

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