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Fast And Furious 8: Everything We Know
Movies that earn $1 billion worldwide tend to produce sequels. Fast & Furious 8 is be a no-brainer. Yet, the ridiculously lucrative Furious 7, ended with real closure, and raised some burning questions. Let's discuss.
FEATURE Sean O'Connell 2015-04-25
Godzilla Ending: What Happened After The Battle, And What's Next
With the possibility of a franchise in play, killing Godzilla at the end of Godzilla makes no sense. Which is why the beast gets up off the proverbial mat in the closing minutes of this movie, and swims back to his lair to heal. He’ll live to fight another day. Because of Star Wars: Rogue One, however, that “day” probably won’t come as quickly as fans had hoped.
FEATURE Sean O'Connell 2015-04-24
Somehow, Arnold Schwarzenegger Fighting Zombies In Maggie Is Underwhelming
Arnold Schwarzenegger fighting zombies should be a cinematic utopia, but instead it's frustratingly lifeless.
FEATURE Gregory Wakeman 2015-04-24
Jurassic World Unleashes A Ton Of Dinosaur Mayhem In New Footage From CinemaCon
It was just this past Sunday that Universal Pictures released the brand new trailer for Jurassic World, revealing some previously unseen footage, and putting on a show of some serious dinosaur action. Well, it turns out that wasn’t the only big preview that the studio had planned for the upcoming blockbuster this week, as a brand new sizzle reel just debuted at CinemaCon.
FEATURE Eric Eisenberg 2015-04-23
10 Fascinating Avengers: Age Of Ultron Takes From Top Critics
Avengers: Age Of Ultron hasn’t actually hit theaters anywhere in the world yet, but the first smattering of reviews from the industry’s top critics began hitting the Internet over the past few days.  On the whole, the reviews are very positive for what could be Joss Whedon’s final film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
FEATURE Mack Rawden 2015-04-23
Matt Damon's Struggle To Stay Alive In The Martian's CinemaCon Footage Is Riveting
As many great films as Ridley Scott has made in a wide variety of genres, he will arguably be forever known for his contributions to science-fiction. Later this year, the filmmaker will once again try an leave an indelible mark on the genre with the release of The Martian - and earlier today we got a look at the movie’s very first footage.
FEATURE Eric Eisenberg 2015-04-23
Harrison Ford's 10 Best Characters, Ranked In Order
Between Age of Adaline and the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer, Harrison Ford is having a pretty solid week, so what better time to countdown some of our favorite characters he's played over the years.
FEATURE Brent McKnight 2015-04-23
Why Finding Peter Parker Shouldn't Be First On Marvel's Priority List
At the moment, I could care less who gets to play Peter Parker next. The five mentioned actors sound fine. Pick either of them. Pick someone else. Because while I think it’s important to find a talented actor to eventually play Peter Parker in Marvel’s first pure swing at an MCU Spider-Man movie, I think this casting decision is easily the fifth or sixth most important thing the studios need to be worrying about.
FEATURE Sean O'Connell 2015-04-23
James Bond Reveals His Mission In Spectre Footage At CinemaCon
Despite the fact that Spectre - the 24th big screen James Bond adventure – isn’t coming out until the last few weeks of the year, we’ve already gotten to see a surprising amount from the movie. Apparently, however the production is very excited to show off footage from the movie.
FEATURE Eric Eisenberg 2015-04-22
Inside Out Gets Big Laughs And Tears At CinemaCon
The year 2015 should be a rather big one for the folks at Pixar. But while The Good Dinosaur won’t be hitting theaters until the fall, today saw the first ever screening of Inside Out for attendees at the annual theater owners expo known as CinemaCon.
FEATURE Eric Eisenberg 2015-04-22
10 DC Movie Questions We Still Need Answered
DC and Warner Bros. have been doing a good job of reminding us that exciting things are on the way in the DCCU, but there are still a lot of questions that need answering. Here are the questions that are on our minds regarding DC’s upcoming movies.
FEATURE Adam Holmes 2015-04-22
Vacation Could Be Really Funny, If The CinemaCon Footage Is Any Indication
With the annual expo known as CinemaCon off and running in Las Vegas, Warner Bros. showed off a ton of footage from their upcoming slate last night during a special presentation - including an early look at some brand new stuff from John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein’s upcoming comedy Vacation.
FEATURE Eric Eisenberg 2015-04-22
The Wolfpack Emotionally Reminds You Of The Power Of Movies
The Wolfpack tells the story of seven brothers who used their love of film to help them through their lives stuck in a Manhattan apartment, and it could be the best documentary of 2015.
FEATURE Gregory Wakeman 2015-04-22
Adam Scott's The Overnight May Be 2015's Most Shocking Comedy
The Overnight takes a shocking and outrageous look at taboo aspects that cinema usually ignores
FEATURE Gregory Wakeman 2015-04-22
10 Big Reasons You'll Love The Avengers: Age Of Ultron
I’ll continue to protect the biggest reveals in this fun list exploring the joys of Joss Whedon’s Avengers sequel. But there are a handful of interesting elements that I wanted to discuss in greater detail to help get you fired up for the first Marvel movie since last summer’s Guardians of the Galaxy.
FEATURE Sean O'Connell 2015-04-22
First Point Break Footage Shows Off Some Seriously Extreme Sports At CinemaCon
While the original Point Break is best known for largely centering on the world of surfing, the upcoming remake due out later this year has some much bigger extreme sports plans in store - and tonight we got an early look at exactly what the movie will be delivering.
FEATURE Eric Eisenberg 2015-04-22
Michael Fassbender Is Great In Slow West, Like Boba Fett Meets John Wayne
Michael Fassbender enhances his reputation even further with his sensational turn in the poetic Slow West.
FEATURE Gregory Wakeman 2015-04-22
Johnny Depp Shows His Latest Physical Transformation In Black Mass Footage At CinemaCon
From Edward Scissorhands to Jack Sparrow, Johnny Depp has long demonstrated a proclivity towards drastically altering his appearance when getting into a role. As it turns out, his part in his next movie, Black Mass, is yet another performance that can be added to that ever-growing list.
FEATURE Eric Eisenberg 2015-04-21
Mark Wahlberg Makes Will Ferrel’s Life Hell In First Daddy’s Home Footage At CinemaCon
Back in 2010, Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg joined forces and delivered The Other Guys - a rather fantastic cop comedy. Fortunately, it won’t be too long until we see them paired up once again in the new comedy Daddy’s Home.
FEATURE Eric Eisenberg 2015-04-21
Mission: Impossible 5 Shows Off A Badass Escape And Thrilling Car Chase At CinemaCon
It was only a few week ago that director Christopher McQuarrie’s Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation dropped its first trailer online for the world to see, and it immediately made us hungry to see a hell of a lot more from it. The good news is that today we got a very special extended look at the film that only makes us anticipate it more.
FEATURE Eric Eisenberg 2015-04-21
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