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If you're a fan of all things 80's horror, then Death House has a line-up to die for. Read on to see only a portion of the murderer's row that awaits future audiences.
Idris Elba has played a lot of different characters over the years, but one thing he hasnít tackled with any regularity is the role of a romantic lead. The actor may have just found a perfect way to rectify that hole in his resume, though.
Being a hit man doesn't normally mix with having a relationship with someone outside of the community. Yet the trailer for Mr. Right has us thinking that maybe there's hope for Sam Rockwell and Anna Kendrick's characters winding up happy together.
If you thought you cried too much during the course of watching Mrs. Doubtfire when you were a kid, then you might not want to watch these deleted scenes. What might have been awaits you within.
As with most movies, there was quite a bit edited out of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and the Oscar-nominated editors just revealed that two characters originally had larger roles before they were trimmed.
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Samuel L Jackson apparently just can't get enough of Stephen King, because The Hateful Eight star may be joining his third movie based on the work of the horror master.
We've head some news about the cast of Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant, including a new cast member, a returning cast member, and one actor who won't be back, but now they've added an unexpectedly hilarious actor to the call sheet.
For almost 40 years, the identity of the uncredited actor who played the minor Star Wars character BoShek has been unknown, but that all changed thanks to one investigative journalist who uncovered the truth.
In addition to being really good looking DerekZoolander and his friend Hansel are also really stupid, and to celebrate Zoolander 2, we compiled a list of characters we love even though they're dumb as rocks.
When Zoolander 2 hits theaters this weekend, it will have been 15 years since the first film. Sometimes it takes a follow up a long time to get to the big screen, but sometimes it was well worth the wait. Here are some of our favorite long gestating sequels.
Four Infinity Stones have been seen in the MCU so far, leaving two to be introduced sometime before Avengers: Infinity War. Hereís what James Gun had to say about one of them being in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
Part of the charm in director Tim Millerís Deadpool is the fact that it rights some previous wrongs by making certain characters much more like their comic book counterparts. Whatís notable, however, is that the film also simultaneously introduces a brand new mutant, Negasonic Teenage Warhead, and completely changes her power set.
Details about the Shane Black-directed, Fred Dekker-written Predator 4 are still few and far between, but it sounds like it's still in the works and that things are moving forward.
The proudly crude Deadpool is the jolt in the arm that the superhero genre didn't ask for but still needed, and we should all be grateful for it.
Target recently found itself in hot water over a new batch of Star Wars: The Force Awakens toys that resemble a certain kind of solo sex apparatus.
The last update we got on the theatrical Battlestar Galactica reboot was in 2014, and since then news on its development has been almost nonexistent. Well, evidently itís still a go, as theyíve just brought aboard this key collaborator.
Thanks to the power of nostalgia, properties that were popular once are finding ways to make a comeback. The Jurassic Park series has evolved to Jurassic World, and weíre getting ready to meet four new Ghostbusters, just to give you two examples. However, not every old property expects to come back, especially if it isnít a white-hot hit the first time around.
Bobby Cannavale's Ant-Man character Paxton was well-intentioned (if misguided), but behind the scenes, the actor was doing his best to annoy director Peyton Reed as much as possible.
Ryan Reynolds won't step in the way of Deadpool having a boyfriend. In fact, he thinks this superhero is the perfect superhero to break down that boundary.