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DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 Art Revealed

The series returns this fall The post DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 Art Revealed appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Get Shorty Series Trailer with Ray Romano & Chris O’Dowd

Get Shorty premieres on EPIX August 13 The post Get Shorty Series Trailer with Ray Romano & Chris O’Dowd appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Watch the Love Actually Red Nose Day Reunion Right Here!

See which of them have aged the best! The post Watch the Love Actually Red Nose Day Reunion Right Here! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

It's Not Right to Judge People by Their Looks, But in These Cases We'll Make an Exception: Just Some Weirdass-Looking Politicians

4 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Look, it's not fun to make fun of people's looks. The true nature of a human being lies where you cannot directly see it. It hides away from prying eyes, revealing itself instead through deeds and words. Well, even just...

Revisit Civil War in a New Spider-Man: Homecoming Spot

"I stole his shield...and then he beat me up" The post Revisit Civil War in a New Spider-Man: Homecoming Spot appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Peter Jackson Reveals the First Mortal Engines Concept Art

Mortal Engines will hit theaters on December 14, 2018 The post Peter Jackson Reveals the First Mortal Engines Concept Art appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Game of Thrones Survivor’s Remorse

When is the last time you watch Season 1 through misty eyes? The article Game of Thrones Survivor’s Remorse appeared first on Film School Rejects.

Far Cry 5 Reveal Trailer is Here!

The sequel arrives in 2018 The post Far Cry 5 Reveal Trailer is Here! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

New Hitman’s Bodyguard Trailer Teams Reynolds & Jackson

The action comedy opens on August 18 The post New Hitman’s Bodyguard Trailer Teams Reynolds & Jackson appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

What The Pirates Of The Caribbean End Credits Scene Means, According To The Directors

The newest Pirates of the Caribbean film is being billed as the last one, but if the movie has a post-credits scene, is that really the case? We asked the directors.

‘Get Shorty’ Trailer: Chris O’Dowd Goes to Hollywood

We already have one great Get Shorty adaptation. Barry Sonnenfeld‘s 1995 film is a hugely faithful adaptation, one that captures not only the spirit of the book but doesn’t make many departures from Elmore Leonard‘s novel. The Epix series, on the other hand, is taking the story of a criminal breaking into the movie business in a different direction. Show More Summary

Long Strange Trip

The thing about The Grateful Dead is, if you tell some stranger that there’s a new four-hour documentary about the band, he or she is likely to respond, “Of course there is.” The legendary band is legendary in part for its devotion to duration. Show More Summary

War Machine

I’d love to see a true satire written by the incredibly smart David Michod. “War Machine,” now on Netflix, isn’t really a satire. I’d love to see a white-knuckle war movie shot by ace craftsman Dariusz Wolski. Believe it or not, “War Machine” isn’t really a war movie. Show More Summary

Berlin Syndrome

“Berlin Syndrome” will make you question any wanderlust-inspired notions you may have of traveling alone to a foreign country on a quest for self-discovery. Australian director Cate Shortland creates a dreamlike sense of place within a nightmare scenario with this taut and strongly acted thriller. Show More Summary

The Women's Balcony

The small Jewish community in "The Women's Balcony" is a tight-knit one. When they talk, they don't say "I," they say "We." They are not just a community, they are a "congregation," with all that that implies to the faithful. A huge box office hit in Israel, the film was written by Shlomit Nehama, and directed by Emil Ben-Shimon. Show More Summary

Hermia & Helena

“Hermia & Helena” is primarily the story of Camila (María Villar), a young woman from Buenos Aires who takes up an artistic residency in New York City to do a translation of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, while wading through some drama of her own. Show More Summary

Black Butterfly

In “Black Butterfly,” Antonio Banderas’ reclusive, alcoholic writer character Paul suffers from extreme writer’s block. How does the film communicate this? It opens with a shot of him leaning over a typewriter writing the words, “I am stuck” over and over again on a single page. Show More Summary

Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower

How can freedom be possible if independent thought is the direct enemy of the government? This ageless contradiction lies at the heart of the schism between communist China and the western-bred populace of Hong Kong, which was promised that its sovereignty would be preserved after the 1997 Handover marking the end of British rule over the territory. Show More Summary

LOL: Conan O’Brien Trains Like ‘Wonder Woman’ with Gal Gadot, Fails Hilariously

In one week, we’ll see Gal Gadot return to the big screen for her first solo outing as Wonder Woman. While the actress certainly makes being a superhero look easy, she had to take on six months of various martial arts, weapon and plain...Show More Summary

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