The right director and the right script don’t mean anything without the right actor. Performers are the ones who bridge the gap between the minds behind the camera and the ones in front of the screen. It is their personalities that draw us in, their expressions that tell the story, and their faces that we […] The post The Best Performances of 2014 appeared first on /Film.
Spoilers ahead… The title of Mysskin’s new movie, Pisaasu, suggests a change of pace. After years of dealing with stories about dread, you think the director has opted for a genre – horror – that will allow him to ratchet up the queasiness quotient a couple of notches. But despite the presence of the titular […]
Domhnall Gleeson and Oscar Isaac co-star in the sci-fi thriller Ex Machina, opening April 10, 2015 The post New Featurette for Alex Garland’s Ex Machina appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
After major movie theater chains opted not to book The Interview to open on Christmas Day amidst threats of terrorism against any theaters showing the film, Sony Pictures decided not to release the film at all, and that includes VOD and home video for now. Show More Summary
With all the drama surrounding "The Interview," it may be tempting to head to the theaters this weekend to show solidarity for a movie industry in crisis mode after terrorist threats. However, the opposite instinct—to avoid theaters for the comfort of your couch—may also kick in. Show More Summary
There’s a reason Ava DuVernay’s sober and moving account of the months between the 1963 bombing of a Birmingham church by white supremacists and Congress’ 1965 passage of the Voting Rights Act is titled Selma and not, say, Dr. King.Show More Summary
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As I said in the intro for our list of the year’s best films, 2014 has been a fantastic year at the movies.There was a lot to love, and that means there were a lot of films that simply didn’t make the cut on our other “Best of 2014? lists. Show More Summary
Very few of us get the opportunity to script our own farewell. David Chase and Vince Gilligan did it with their own brilliant television programs. Stephen Colbert did it last night. And the late, great Robin Williams pulls it off beautifully...Show More Summary
The things fans love about The Empire Strikes Back are not things present in a live read: John Williams unbelievable score, the breathtaking action set pieces, and locations like Hoth, Dagobah and Cloud City. At a live read, it’s just the actors, the script, a few images and the audience. Show More Summary
The Michael Dougherty directed film will debut December 4, 2015 The post Krampus is Coming to Town as Legendary Teases Their 2015 Holiday Horror appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Remembering when Madonna and Michael Jackson were at the Oscars.
Kiefer Sutherland claims that he is done playing Jack Bauer, but doesn't rule out changing his mind in the future. [...]
This article is presented in partnership with Cadillac. This summer, Cadillac and the Producers Guild of America launched Make Your Mark, a short film competition that challenged producers to create compelling content with limited resources. Show More Summary
Mostly because the special effects on the film are still being done, we haven't yet seen any real first look photos from the forthcoming sequel Ted 2. There was a trailer that leaked briefly awhile back, but it was chock full of unfinished visual effects shots and it was taken down very quickly. Show More Summary
Have you ever wanted to watch a film noir marathon while surfing the most polluted California waves you can find, high on at least three different kinds of hallucinogens? That's this movie.
There is no God, Santa Clause, Easter Bunny, or any other benevolent force in the universe.
Game of Thrones star Pedro Pascal lines up Legendary's currently untitled Great Wall epic The post Pedro Pascal May Join Matt Damon in Great Wall appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
"The saddest oatmeal."