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Random Reels: Phillip Noyce on the road from underground films to Tom Clancy adaptations to The Giver

In Random Reels, we talk to veteran directors about the projects that defined their careers.  The director: It’s hard to think of a better candidate for the launch of this feature than Phillip Noyce. Best known as a director of blockbuster...Show More Summary

New images from George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road, starring Tom Hardy

We recently learned that George Miller would be driving MAD MAX: FURY ROAD to San Diego Comic-Con, reportedly to share some footage from the film with eager fans. Now, just ahead of Comic-Com, Entertainment Weekly has given us two new...Show More Summary

Jake Gyllenhaal is Louis Bloom in a New Video for Nightcrawler

Open Road Films is starting some viral marketing for writer/director Dan Gilroy's thriller Nightcrawler which features Jake Gyllenhaal as Louis Bloom.

'Gone Girl' Is About To Find Company In 'The Social Network' And 'Pulp Fiction'

The New York Film Festival is one of many possible stops along the road to the Oscar stage, and with the announcement that David Fincher's "Gone Girl" is this year's opening-night selection, it seems the thriller is readying a strong awards push. Show More Summary

MGM Acquires Terry Hayes Thriller ‘I Am Pilgrim’

MGM has landed feature film rights to screenwriter Terry Hayes’ debut novel, the just-released espionage thriller I Am Pilgrim. The scribe, whose film credits include Payback, Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior and Dead Calm, will adapt his book, and Lloyd Braun will produce the film through his Whalerock Industries. Show More Summary

Another Asylum Horror Pic, ‘Facility 31?

Empress Road Pictures is to handle international sales on Facility 31 from UK based horror production company Bad Blood Films, reports ScreenDaily. “The horror film centres around an army prisoner who has to lead a group of detainees to safety from an abandoned asylum.” LA sales and finance company Empress Road Pictures is fronted by […]

Empress Road Pictures enters David Hawk's Facility 31

LA-based sales company Empress Road Pictures is set to handle international sales on director David Hawk's FACILITY 31 from UK based horror production company Bad Blood Films, according to Screen Daily. The film, which stars Rachel...Show More Summary

So Bad It’s Good: Bouncers, Mullets, and Tai Chi Collide in ‘Road House’

Bad movies are not a simple matter. There are nearly as many categories of terrible movies as there are for great ones: there are films that are insultingly stupid (Batman & Robin), unintentionally funny (The Room), unintentionally, painfully unfunny (White Chicks), so bad they’re depressing (Transformers), and so on. Show More Summary

New Photos Hit for 'Max Steel'

Open Road Films has released some new photos from their upcoming live-action film "Max Steel" starring Ben Winchell, Ana Villafañe and Andy Garcia. The film is directed by Stewart Hendler from a screenplay written by Christopher Yost. Show More Summary

New Images, Concept Art from the Live-Action Max Steel Movie Revealed

Following the first set of photos earlier this month, Open Road Films (via Yahoo) has debuted more images from the upcoming live-action Max Steel movie in addition to some concept art of his full costume. Check them out below!

‘Harmontown’ Docu Starring ‘Community’s Dan Harmon Set For Fall Release

After he was booted from Community, show creator Dan Harmon hit the road taking his Harmontown podcast to fans across the country as filmmaker Neil Berkeley (Beauty Is Embarrassing) documented the tour. The resulting film, Harmontown, world-premiered at SXSW and has now been acquired by MCN/distribution co. Show More Summary

LeBron James announces return to Cleveland: 'I'm coming home'

Free working title to any film studios out there already considering a sequel to a LeBron biopic down the road: The Decision: Back to the Cleve. LeBron James announced his return to the Cleveland Cavaliers via an exclusive essay for Sports Illustrated today. Show More Summary

“Fast & Furious 7” Finishes Filming!

It’s been a long and difficult road ever since Paul Walker passed away back in November, and now the producers of “Fast & Furious 7” have finally wrapped production. Universal Pictures issued a letter via Facebook to let fans know that...Show More Summary

'Land Ho!' Opens -- And a Bjork Sighting

Land Ho!, a road trip comedy co-written/directed by filmmakers Martha Stephens and Aaron Katz, follows two retirees through the nightclubs and other dangers of Iceland. The well-received independent film premiered and was picked up for...Show More Summary

Is It Still ‘Illegal’ Streetracing If The Police Are In On It?

If the cops help you shut down the road and then threaten to arrest a photojournalist for filming on that public road because it is a “private” event, is it even still considered illegal street racing? It depends which Oklahoma law enforcement officials you ask. In a July 2 report on KWTV 9, the Oklahoma

American Mary star Tristan Risk joins Ryan M. Andrews' Save Yourself

Ryan M. Andrews, director of SICK and BLACK EVE, is venturing back into the world of horror with SAVE YOURSELF, a film about a road trip that turns into a bloody battle for survival when a handful of girls come across a disturbed couple. Show More Summary

‘Fast & Furious 7? Wraps Filming, Thanks Fans On Eve Of Original Release Date

It’s been a long and emotional road for Fast & Furious 7, which had its premiere postponed from this weekend’s original release date to April 2015 following the death of Paul Walker. Now the Universal sequel has wrapped its Los Angeles shoot under director James Wan, with the help of Walker’s brothers Caleb and Cody. Show More Summary

One Brazil fan reacted to the German defeat by smashing his giant TV in the middle of the road [Video]

What are you doing?! One Brazilian man has began a viral sensation after he took out his anger after the Germany game on his giant TV. The fan was filmed tossing his massive screen on the road as the sound of a woman giggling, possibly the person recording the footage, was heard in the background. [...]

Jason Momoa discusses directorial debut 'Road to Paloma'

Jason Momoa is best known for his film work on "Game of Thrones," "Stargate: Atlantis" and "The Red Road," but the actor is excited to try his hand at directing. His directorial debut, "Road to Paloma," gets a limited theatrical runShow More Summary

Springsteen's Post-Apocalyptic Short Film Exists Because He's the Boss

In a new short film called Hunter of Invisible Game, filled with gloomy visuals reminiscent of Cormac McCarthy's post-apocalyptic The Road, Bruce "The Boss" Springsteen wades through a lonely world while experiencing flashbacks of happier...Show More Summary

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