Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas (2017)
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In Theaters November 17, 2017
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Starring: Cast not yet announced.
Produced by: Janet Healy and Christopher Meledandri
Distributor: Universal Pictures
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No One Is Working On Fifty Shades Of Grey 2 Or Even Talking About It
It’s pretty common that as soon as a Hollywood movie becomes successful, the studio jumps on the chance to crank out a sequel. When it doesn’t happen like this, it’s something of an anomaly - but apparently that’s exactly what’s happening with the Fifty Shades of Grey sequel.
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Marvel's Spider-Man Movie Will Feature Peter Parker, Here's The Proof
For decades, Peter Parker has been the lone identity of the amazing Spider-Man, but that persona has been passed to at least two other characters in recent years, and some fans thought it might be time to give Mr. Parker a rest. Well, Marvel apparently disagrees.
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by Joseph Baxter March 19, 2015 comments
Insidious, Sinister Are Building A Marvel-Style Shared Horror Universe
In Hollywood right now, no trend is hotter than the shared universe model. Ever since The Avengers became an incredible global phenomenon, studios have been trying to create their own versions of the Marvel Studios system and create their own united franchises.Now it seems that another horse has entered this race.
by Eric Eisenberg March 14, 2015 comments
Is The Murder On The Orient Express Reboot Still Happening?
It’s been a while since we’ve heard an update on Fox’s long touted remake of Murder On The Orient Express. In fact, there’s been such little movement on the film that most people probably forgot that it was even planned. However, it has now taken a rather big step forward , because even though the project was announced more than a year ago, it’s just been revealed who'll be writing it.
by Gregory Wakeman March 11, 2015 comments
Bruce Willis' Next Film Is In Serious Financial Trouble
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by Nick Romano February 27, 2015 comments
Weekend Box Office: Fifty Shades Fades Fast But Still Number One Against Weak Competition
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by Scott Gwin February 22, 2015 comments
Why Boyhood Deserves To Win Best Picture
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by Eric Eisenberg February 20, 2015 comments
Let It Snow Might Be A Holiday Classic In The Making...Or A Disaster
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New Star Wars 7 Trailer With Han, Luke And Leia Is Coming, Get The Details
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by Sean O'Connell January 16, 2015 comments
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by Kendall Ashley December 26, 2014 comments
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by Catarina Cowden December 25, 2014 comments
This Christmas Supercut Is Glorious, Will Get You In A Festive Mood
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by Eric Eisenberg December 25, 2014 comments
How Batman Returns Pissed Off McDonald’s
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by Eric Eisenberg December 22, 2014 comments
Monday Movie Memo: It Just Isn't Christmas Until I Have Watched This
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by Sean O'Connell December 15, 2014 comments
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by Sean O'Connell December 10, 2014 comments
First Hateful Eight Picture Shows Us A Murderer's Row Of Talent
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by Gregory Wakeman November 24, 2014 comments
James Gunn Has A Huge Problem With The Movie Industry
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by Eric Eisenberg November 23, 2014 comments
Kirk Cameron's Christmas Movie Is Coming And Its Trailer Is Outlandish
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by Kristy Puchko November 11, 2014 comments
How Mean Girls Got That Dog To Chew On Amy Poehler's Nipple
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by Kelly West November 5, 2014 comments
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by Gregory Wakeman November 4, 2014 comments
A P.O.V. Movie Is Coming, And It Doesn't Involve Porn Or Video Games
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by Gregory Wakeman November 3, 2014 comments
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by Adam Holmes October 31, 2014 comments
Marvel Just Announced All Of These New Movies With Release Dates And Title Art
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by Kelly West October 28, 2014 comments
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by Eric Eisenberg October 27, 2014 comments
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by Gregory Wakeman October 21, 2014 comments
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by Eric Eisenberg October 21, 2014 comments
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by Jessica Rawden June 6, 2014 comments
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by Nick Venable May 31, 2014 comments
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by Jessica Rawden May 30, 2014 comments
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by Jessica Rawden April 18, 2014 comments
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by Kristy Puchko March 24, 2014 comments
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