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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales New Trailer

As we've expressed here on Flixist before, there's just something about the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise that is fun and makes you eager to see another--wait, not like, 'Oh boy I can't wait for them to make another POTC that will easi...

 
 
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Pirates of the Caribbean 5 title and synopsis revealed

It's difficult to really care about news surrounding the production of yet another Pirates of the Caribbean movie, but nonetheless, Disney has now revealed the official title and synopsis of Captain Jack Sparrow's next drunken adventure at ...

 
 
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First trailer for Sean Penn's new film The Gunman

Sean Penn is getting up there in years and what is an aging star to do these days? Make an action movie of course. Thanks to a slew of hits from aging stars it appears we're getting another one hitting the screen with The Gunman. But ...

 
 
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Review: The Counselor

Cormac McCarthy books have been made into some of the best movies you will ever watch. The likes of No Country for Old Men and The Road are the epitome of how adaptations should work and McCarthy's blend of philosophical dialog an...

 
 
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Trailer: The Counselor starring Fassbender, Pitt, Bardem

In The Counselor, Michael Fassbender stars as a lawyer who finds himself in way over his head when he gets involved with the dangerous world of drug trafficking. Judging from this trailer, things go awry pretty badly, and Fassbender's traf...

 
 
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New trailer for Ridley Scott's The Counselor gets bad

A new trailer has arrived for Ridley Scott's The Counselor, which was written by Cormac McCarthy, the author of Blood Meridian, The Border Trilogy, and The Road. The film stars Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt, Penélope Cruz, Came...

 
 
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Review: To the Wonder

First let me get this out of the way: if you didn't like Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life, steer clear of To the Wonder. The untethered camera lingers like mad, and To the Wonder is rife with various other Malickisms. There's a loose, flo...

 
 
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Three new international posters for To The Wonder

I have to admit that I've never actually seen any of Terrence Malick's films. Not a single one. But these three new international posters for his upcoming film To The Wonder caught my eye because I glimpsed the faces of Ben Affleck, wh...

 
 
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Review: Skyfall

[This review was originally posted last month for the UK release of Skyfall and as a finale to our Across the Bond series. It has been reposted to coincide with the US release of the film.] This review will be spoiler-free, making it one ...

 
 
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Trailer: Skyfall

What? Back to back Skyfall trailers? Well, in all honesty the TV trailer from yesterday was more like a teaser to today's main dish: a big serving of Bond action and Javier Bardem villainy. The trailer also reveals a bit more about the plo...

 
 
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First look at Javier Bardem in Skyfall

Filming for Skyfall, the twenty-third entry in the James Bond series, is well underway in London: we've seen a great deal of Daniel Craig, a little bit of Naomie Harris, and now we're finally getting a look at the movie's villain, played by...

 
 
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UPDATE: Production halts on Dark tower

Update: Deadline is now reporting that the Dark Tower staff has been asked to stop work on the project and that plans to begin shooting in September have been scrapped. The studio has denied the talk that the project is in turnaround, and t...

 
 
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Javier Bardem in final negotiations for Dark Tower

The Academy Award-winner Javier Bardem, after months of being bandied about in the rumor mill, is in the final stages of negotiations to play Roland Deschain in Ron Howard's televsion and film adaptation of Stephen King's sci-fi/fantasy/met...

 
 
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Javier Bardem in talks for 'intriguing' Bond villain role

Upcoming Bond films are always accompanied by a torrent of baseless rumours linking every big name actor under the sun to roles which often seem to have been made up during tabloid journalists' coffee break. So when the internet was recentl...

 
 
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Bardem wanted for The Dark Tower

I have a backlog of books to read larger than my backlog of movies and videogames put together (that's really big), and somewhere at the top of that backlog are Stephen King's The Dark Tower series. Thankfully, the seven part series is bein...

 
 




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