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Jurassic World Review
A few weeks ago, Mad Max: Fury Road became the fourth entry in a 30-year old franchise, "continuing" the story set up all those years ago. I don't think it is necessary for me to tell you just how much The Best...   read
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  Watch Video James Bond is set to return with Spectre later this year, and as the 24th instalment in the franchise, it is unsurprisingly on a lot of people's "most anticipated lists" - mine included. Now we have some new footage to drool ...   read

Hunger Games
  Watch Video Last week we saw a beautiful poster for the fourth and final instalment of the Hunger Games franchise, Mockingjay - Part 2. Now we have the first trailer, and it promises tons of action and confrontations, as Katniss Everdeen...   read

Bridge of Spies
  Watch Video Bridge of Spies is directed by Steven Spielberg, written by Joel and Ethan Coen (and Matt Charman) and it stars Tom Hanks. Names most everyone knows and respects to a certain degree, which means it is automatically positioned...   read

Mistress USA!
  Watch Video It's only been a few months since Noah Baumbach's wonderfully honest, While We're Young premiered in the United States, but now it's time to look forward to his next project, with the first trailer for Mistress Amer...   read

Xavier Dolan
Xavier Dolan's Tom at the Farm (Tom à la ferme) will finally be distributed to the United States, via Amplify Releasing. The psychological thriller had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival in 2013, and has si...   read
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The Hungriest Game
The second poster for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 was released yesterday, featuring a destroyed statue of Mr. Douche - President Snow - himself, and a bright red Mockingjay-symbol (spray-)painted onto the background...   read
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The Little Mermaid
It's been awhile since we last had any concrete news about Working Title and Universal's live-action adaptation of the H.C. Andersen fairy tale, The Little Mermaid. Now it has been confirmed that Sofia Coppola will no longer ...   read

Well... It is supposed to start shooting in mid-June, but over the weekend, the adaptation of the Stephen King-classic It, has lost its director, Cary Fukunaga. It is a shame, isn't it? According to Deadline, the True Detecti...   read

Slow West
  Watch Video John Maclean's feature debut, Slow West, is an ambitious one. It is a pastiche of the classic American westerns – a celebration of the genre – and comparisons and parallels to master directors like Quentin Taranti...   read
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Steve Jobs Trailer
  Watch Video It is not the first, nor will it be the last movie to take a look back at the visionary creator that was Steve Jobs, but the first trailer for Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs is beautifully inspiring. Whether you like him or no...   read

  Watch Video While you may not know Mia Hansen-Løve yet, her husband, and dare I say muse, Olivier Assayas is certainly more recognisable. As a fan of them both, it is easy to see how they inspire the best in each other, and with E...   read

Ratchet and Clank
It has been two years since Sony announced their plans to make an animated movie based on the immensely popular series of PlayStation games, Ratchet & Clank, and today we learned that Paul Giamatti, John Goodman, Sylveste...   read

Christopher Plummer
My (our) love for A24 is well documented, and thus, it's always fun to follow news about their distribution plans - especially when it comes fresh from the Croisette in Cannes.  The latest news comes to us from Deadline,...   read

Christ of Waltz
The man it is impossible to dislike, Christoph Waltz, is set to make his directorial debut with a true crime drama based on the New York Times Magazine article, The Worst Marriage in Georgetown, written by Franklin Foer. Walt...   read

The Avengers: Age of Ultron finally premiered last month, and albeit The Avengers: Infinity War is quite a few years away from our screens, it seems Captain America: Civil War is basically the next Avengers movie in all ...   read

Force Awakens Set Photos
May the fourth be... NO! I will not do it, I will not say those words. Luckily, Vanity Fair will, and with them, they posted a handful of new set photos from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, revealing a few juicy details.  ...   read
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It's official! Everybody's favorite film distribution and production company, A24, is finally set to make their first original movie, and they've hired none other than Cary Fukunaga to direct. The untitled project will be wri...   read

Last year at the Cannes Film Festival, Xavier Dolan's Mommy shared the Jury Prize with Jean-Luc Godard's Goodbye to Language, and now Deadline has confirmed that his next movie will be It's Only The End Of The World (Juste La...   read

It's been a year since we last saw any images from Justin Kurzel's Macbeth, but with a Cannes-screening next month, we've received three new stills from Empire, showcasing Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard in costu...   read
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Maika Monroe, who impressed immensely in The Guest and It Follows, has been cast as the female lead in Independence Day 2.  It's a huge leap for the Californian actress, who's made a name for herself as a millennial scre...   read

Okay... I love you A24, but you need to leave Oscar Isaac alone. You're lucky he even preforms for you bastards! (Yes, this was a "leave Britney alone" joke in 2015. Fire me).  Personal outcry aside, A24 has acquired the...   read

Furious 7 crossed a billion dollars worldwide in seventeen days, so when Vin Diesel took to the CinemaCon-stage in Los Angeles to announce the next movie in the franchise, not a single person in the entire universe was s...   read

Cannes-talk continues, as Thierry Frémaux has announced a few new additions to this years official lineup, where Gasper Noé's Love finally sees its world premiere sans-Competition.  For many - me inclu...   read

For those who care about the happenings at the Cannes Film Festival, the past few days has been very exciting. Late last week parts of the official program was unveiled, and today the members of the jury has been made pu...   read

There was a press conference in Paris earlier today, where Cannes Film Festival director Thierry Fremaux and president Pierre Lescure unveiled the official lineup for this years festival - where we can find established auteur...   read
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It seems baby-papa, Ryan Gosling, and all-around-charmer, Emma Stone can't keep their hands off each other, with Crazy, Stupid, Love and Gangster Squad behind them, they are now in talks to star in Damien Chazelle's next movi...   read

Good news, everyone! It looks like Guillermo Del Toro's Haunted Mansion, based on the Disney ride of the same name, is finally back on track with Ryan Gosling in talks to star.  Del Toro first revealed Haunted Mansi...   read

  Watch Video Me and Earl and the Dying Girl won the grand jury prize and the audience award for best U.S. drama at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, and with only three months until its July 1 premiere, a trailer has been rel...   read

Shia LaBeouf has undoubtably been the target for a lot of scrutiny from the mainstream media and public in the last year, but I feel he has transformed (pardon the unintentional pun) himself into one of the most fascinating a...   read


About Per Morten Mjolkeraaenone of us since 10:35 AM on 02.10.2015

Born and based in Norway, I'm the only person on the Flixist staff with an ordinary surname.

I've written about movies, music and video games for the past four years, and still can't decide why I like to do it. I love pop-culture and counter-culture equally, in the same way I find intellectual European New-Wave movies and American blockbusters equally fun and rewarding. I'm often told I'm paradox incarnated into a small, socially awkward norwegian dude.