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Keira Knightley has set her sights on her next starring role, as the English actress is in advanced discussions about taking the lead in Colette, a film about the French, bisexual writer behind the novel Gigi.
One of the 8 million Academy Awards (rough approximation) that Mad Max: Fury Road is nominated for this year, is for sound editing. The sound designer has explained some of what he did that made the sound of the film unique.
When it was announced that the Ghostbusters franchise was being rebooted the movie instantly became one of the most talked about upcoming movies. Since then we’ve received a handful of images, but footage of the film has been sadly lacking. That's about to change.
We’ve heard about how one scene from Deadpool was toned down for the final cut, and now we have a few specific examples of too-offensive jokes that were axed.
George Miller is one of the most versatile directors making movies today. While best known for his work on theMad Max franchise, he’s also responsible for family films like Babe and Happy Feet. You'd think he wouldn't need advice from anybody.
In 2015, we were all reminded that about how much fun the Back to the Future franchise is when we celebrated Back to the Future Day. However, 2016 will be the year that we get to see many of the cast members together again. The only catch, you’ll have to be in Northern California next month in order to see it.
Every property has huge, rabid fans, and a few lucky devotees of the wizarding world of Harry Potter were treated to a new look at the spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and as you might expect, they just about lost their damn minds.
You might expect casting news to come from a podcast about movies, but you don’t really expect to see it happen quite like this. A stand-up comic had to miss a recording session in order to film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
The movie franchise business has become so big that no longer are studios simply looking forward to the next film in the series. Marvel, DC, and Star Wars all have multi-year plans, and now, so does the Fast & Furious.
While much has been made of the new team in Paul Feig's upcoming Ghostbusters reboot, they're not the only characters that have been given the gender-swap treatment.
Going to the movies became a lot easier once Fandango came around, and a new company wants to make things even more convenient. Read on to see how going to the movies in a group could be as easy as going alone.
Come 2018, it’s predicted that every known hero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will join together in a battle against Thanos – a galactic emperor working to acquire the abilities of a god with the help of the six Infinity Stones.
Valentine's Day is coming, and before you binge an entire line up of Jane Austen, Twilight, and Richard Curtis films, you may want to read how science sees this as a a bad idea.
Watch Channing Tatum prove that he’s a triple threat in a new clip from the Coen Brothers’ upcoming film Hail, Caesar!
Only picking 10 great characters from Coen Brothers movies is like picking your favorite child, which is to say, you have one, but it changes often, mostly depending on your own mood.
Given the less than stellar reception for the latest James Bond adventure, Spectre, you probably guessed this was coming, but now it has an honest trailer to call its own.
At this stage in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there is arguably no character more influential than Thanos. First played by Josh Brolin in Guardians of the Galaxy, the giant purple alien’s hunt for all of the Infinity Stones has had an effect on everything we’ve seen from the franchise so far, and he will serve as the central villain in the Phase Three two-part capstone.
For such a grand character to make such a grand entrance, Marvel seems to have made the right choice in their casting of Josh Brolin as Thanos. The only question is: how does he feel about taking on such a role?
While Hollywood has been adapting Stephen King’s stories for decades, lately the attempts to make movies based on his books have been going more slowly. The latest victim is the 1978 tome The Stand, which was just delayed, again.