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Dan Brown's Inferno to be adapted

Jul 17 / by Logan Otremba
In case you really wanted to see Tom Hanks with slicked back, longer hair again, then you are in luck! Sony Pictures has set a release date for their next adaptation of Dan Brown’s newest book, Inferno. Tom Hanks is go...
 
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John Lithgow joins Interstellar

Jul 16 / by Logan Otremba
This may possibly be a rumor. But let's hope it isn't because John Lithgow is awesome. An individual that is involved with Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar project told TheWrap that John Lithgow signed onto the film. At...
 
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Card responds to Enderís Game boycott

Jul 10 / by Logan Otremba
Very recently a LGBT group announced that they were going to boycott the upcoming Ender’s Game because of author Orson Scott Card’s stance on same-sex marriage and gay rights. Card declared to Entertainment Weekly...
 
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Ender's Game boycott planned

Jul 08 / by Logan Otremba
As I’m sure many of you know Ender’s Game is set to release in November. What everyone may not know is that Orson Scott Card happens to have anti-gay views, more specifically his disapproving of same-sex relations...
 
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Cabin in the Woods to be theme park attraction

Jul 01 / by Logan Otremba
First of all, if you haven't seen Cabin in the Woods, go and do so now. There may be some potentially very small minor spoilers, but mostly having to do with locations. You have been warned! Universal Orlando wants to create ...
 
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Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. split

Jun 25 / by Logan Otremba
Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. have finally parted ways with one another. This isn't some cheesy romantic break-up between two studios, their contract with each other finally came to an end. Talks about renegotiating hav...
 
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Sony and Disney stream movies still in theaters

Jun 24 / by Logan Otremba
Disney and Sony have begun testing what is basically an anti-pirating measure regarding their films in South Korea. What they are doing is testing an on-demand service which offers the ability to rent movies while they are st...
 
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Robert Downey Jr. signs deal for The Avengers 2 & 3

Jun 20 / by Logan Otremba
For a little while now, Robert Downey Jr.'s future as Iron Man has been up in the air. There was news that he may leave the role completely, which fueled speculation about who could possibly replace him. For a lot of peo...
 
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Rumor: Star Wars Episode VII character details

Jun 19 / by Logan Otremba
I will like to ensure everyone that I am not spoiling Episode VII. This is just a casting breakdown of different characters for the movie. I would also like to say that this very well could be correct, but it may very well ju...
 
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James Cameron gets Terminator rights back in 2019

Jun 17 / by Logan Otremba
To quickly recap on recent Terminator 5 news, it is known that Arnold Schwarzenegger is coming back and he will be playing as the Terminator with production possibly starting in January. We also known that Paramount picked up...
 
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Schwarzenegger confirms he is the Terminator

Jun 13 / by Logan Otremba
There has been more talk about Terminator 5 in the last couple of days thanks to Paramount grabbing everything that they can. But in more awesome news, Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed that he will in the fifth installment...
 
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Paramount seeks to grab new Terminator rights

Jun 12 / by Logan Otremba
Paramount seems to be on a hot streak recently with the grabbing of all these new movie rights. Next on their lineup, Paramount is in negotiations currently to have the distribution rights for the next Terminator. This newest...
 
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Friday the 13th Blu-Ray collection to be released

Jun 11 / by Logan Otremba
It seems that Paramount didn’t take their time utilizing the Friday the 13th rights they now have thanks to Warner Bros. Paramount will be releasing all twelve of the Jason Voorhees movies on Blu-ray and the lucky date ...
 
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Check out new images from Thor: The Dark World

Jun 05 / by Logan Otremba
New images from Thor: The Dark World has been released. These new images show off more of Malekith, the new villain, wearing his mask and his Dark Elf army. Amongst the other images are quick peeks at director Alan Taylor tal...
 
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WB drops Friday the 13th and South Park for Interstellar

Jun 05 / by Logan Otremba
There has been an interesting development regarding Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. Warner Bros. is now co-producing the film alongside of Paramount Pictures, but at a price. In order for Warner Bros. to get a piece o...
 
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Check out the Birdman costume and disheveled Keaton

Jun 03 / by Logan Otremba
A little while ago, we reported that Michael Keaton was confirmed to be starring in director Alejando González Iñárritu’s (Amores Perros, 21 Grams, Babel) Birdman. It is a dark comedy that follows K...
 
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How faithful is World War Z?

May 31 / by Logan Otremba
When I first heard that Max Brooks’ novel World War Z was being adapted into a film I was pretty excited. The thoughts that ran through my mind were along the lines of, “Now we can get a more serious zombie fil...
 
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Grumpy Cat gets a movie

May 30 / by Logan Otremba
If you don’t know who Grumpy Cat is, then clearly you aren’t on the internet enough. But I’ll briefly explain what it is. So there’s this cat, and it makes a rather silly face which makes it appear to ...
 
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YouTube's newest feature: Slow motion

May 29 / by Logan Otremba
Did you ever wish that you owned a high-speed camera just to post videos of things in slow-motion on YouTube? Well not everyone owns a high-speed camera just for this specific purpose, but Google has a new tool for you.
 
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Two new The World's End posters

May 21 / by Logan Otremba
Two new posters have been released for director Edgar Wright’s newest film, The World’s End. In case we didn’t know this from the first trailer that was released, we can reaffirm that Paddy Considine, Martin...
 
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Paul Verhoeven wants to direct The Legend of Conan

May 20 / by Logan Otremba
Arnold Schwarzenegger is 65 years old and Conan the Barbarian came out about 31 years ago. Schwarzenegger is also planning to reprise his role from the 1982 film. The Legend of Conan project currently has no director in mind,...
 
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Nolan's Interstellar last 70mm film IMAX release?

May 15 / by Logan Otremba
While this appears to be a rumor at first, there is some fairly substantial evidence behind this. According to NolanFans, Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar may likely be the last film to have a 70mm IMAX print and releas...
 
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New closed-caption glasses for Regal Cinemas

May 13 / by Logan Otremba
Regal Cinemas plans to have new closed-caption glasses distributed to over 6,000 of their theaters across the country by the end of this month. These new closed-captioning glasses are Sony Entertainment’s Access Glasses...
 
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Chinese actors cut from Iron Man 3 to be in short film

May 10 / by Logan Otremba
Small potential spoilers depending on how picky you are. So have a small warning of caution people. For those who didn’t like that Wang Xueqi (Dr. Wu) had a small performance in Iron Man 3, don’t worry! He and oth...
 
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Baz Luhrmann wants DiCaprio for Hamlet

May 09 / by Logan Otremba
As most of you probably already know, Baz Luhrmann and Leonardo DiCaprio have already done another Shakespearean adaptation called Romeo + Juliet. With The Great Gatsby releasing tomorrow May 10th, this will be the second lit...
 
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New Dungeons & Dragons movie

May 08 / by Logan Otremba
Warner Bros. is set to develop a feature film franchise revolving around the fantasy role-playing tabletop game, Dungeons & Dragons. And before you ask, yes there was a previous Dungeons & Dragons that was made back i...
 
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Silver Samurai gets solo poster

May 06 / by Logan Otremba
Last Saturday, a new poster for director James Mangold’s The Wolverine was released. This time the poster was for the villain in the movie, Silver Samurai. The poster was done in the same watercolor style as the first p...
 
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Rumor: The Dark Tower may head to Netflix

May 02 / by Logan Otremba
Rumor alert people! Nothing is definite as of yet, but keep your eyes and ears open. There was news a long time ago that director Ron Howard had been working with HBO regarding the Stephen King series, The Dark Tower. That ha...
 
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John Williams likely to score Episode VII

Apr 30 / by Logan Otremba
J.J. Abrams spoke at a press conference recently in Berlin for Star Trek Into Darkness. He was inevitably asked questions regarding his next project, Star Wars: Episode VII. While he guided questions away from the subject, he...
 
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Orson Scott Card on sequel to Ender's Game

Apr 26 / by Logan Otremba
At the Los Angeles Festival of Books about a week back, there was a full interview with Orson Scott Card (thanks to EndersAnsible). What he said could be disappointing to avid fans of the Ender’s Game book series who ma...
 
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Snyder confirmed to be asked to direct Justice League

Apr 24 / by Logan Otremba
This comes with a big if however, this will only happen if Man of Steel is a success. Seeing as it was received rather well during early screenings, I don’t think this will be an issue. To clear up the confusion, in the...
 
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AMC and Regal halt Iron Man 3 sales

Apr 23 / by Logan Otremba
The two big movie theater chains, AMC and Regal, have halted the advance ticket sales of Iron Man 3 due to a dispute with Disney. The argument is specifically about how the box office revenue will be split. According to /Film...
 
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Dodgeball 2 sequel in development

Apr 22 / by Logan Otremba
Screenwriter Clay Tarver (Joy Ride) has been tapped by 20th Century Fox and Ben Stiller’s production company Red Hour to pen the sequel to Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story. According to THR, Tarver is working on Quantum...
 
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Game of Thrones director attached to Keanu sci-fi project

Apr 19 / by Logan Otremba
Game of Thrones director Brian Kirk has been set to do the sci-fi film Passengers starring Keanu Reeves. Kirk has helmed episodes of both Boardwalk Empire and Game of Thrones, and now he is making his feature directorial debu...
 
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Check out new photos of the new USS Enterprise bridge

Apr 18 / by Logan Otremba
Everyone knows by now that J.J. Abrams’ new Star Trek series is able to boldly go where no one has gone before. Since it has essentially rewritten how the Star Trek universe plays out, why not jazz up the looks of it as...
 
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Patton Oswalt pitches Star Wars: Episode VII

Apr 17 / by Logan Otremba
So Patton Oswalt is to make a guest appearance this Thursday on NBC’s Parks and Recreation. I know nothing about what is going on within the show except for the fact that Oswalt is trying to filibuster some sort of bil...
 
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Extended The Great Gatsby TV spot

Apr 16 / by Logan Otremba
While the other trailers have shown off more of the story-telling aspect of The Great Gatsby, this particular trailer is showing off some rather different things. It reveals massive partying, 1920s era cars weaving in and ou...
 
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New image of Robert Redford in All is Lost

Apr 15 / by Logan Otremba
It seems that Robert Redford is slowly coming back into the limelight as far as acting goes. The film he most currently involved in is one by writer and director J.C. Chandor called All is Lost. This will be Chandor’s s...
 
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Limited edition Oblivion vinyl soundtrack

Apr 12 / by Logan Otremba
In case listening to the Oblivion soundtrack online wasn’t enough, MondoTees has revealed a limited edition vinyl release of the Oblivion soundtrack. It will be a 180 gram 2X LP with a brilliant album cover and a beauti...
 
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Cranston, Mikkelsen, and Wilson voice for Kung Fu Panda 3

Apr 10 / by Logan Otremba
The Kung Fu Panda series is getting some more voices to join their cast of martial arts animals. THR reports that Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Mads Mikkelsen (Hannibal), and Rebel Wilson (Bridesmaids) have been added to the...
 
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