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While superhero films tend to get shafted at the Academy Awards, Guardians of the Galaxy was such a success that it would be in the Academy’s best interest to at least consider the film for the following categories. Seriously, Oscar officials, give this masterpiece a chance!
Now Streaming: Netflix Instant Alternatives To Hunger Games, Dumb And Dumber To, And Beyond The Lights
Looking to Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, Dumb and Dumber To and Beyond The Lights for inspiration, we've pulled together a selection of female-fronted dystopian dramas, moron-centric comedies, and African-American-fronted romantic dramas.
A Janis Joplin biopic has long been touted, and one finally seems to be moving ahead with purpose after it was reported that Amy Adams will star as the legendary singer. There also appears to be a new director for the film too as Jean-Marc Vallee is confirmed to be in talks to helm.
A massive bombshell of an announcement caught us with such a roundhouse that we had to pick it apart and discuss… even though we’re devouring it with the requisite grains of salt. You really don’t want to be spoiled on this, folks, so stop reading now if you’d like to go into The Force Awakens with the purest of hearts.
We're finally seeing where director Francis Lawrence has divided the final chapter of Katniss Everdeen. And frankly, it's perfection.
Between his portrayal of Captain Jean Luc Picard and Professor X, and his fun frolics about New York and online, we've all come to love Patrick Stewart. But the actor takes a turn to the dark side with his latest role, which you can get a peak of below.
Jurassic World's first teaser is coming, and we have the announcement that proves it. Something big is coming, this Thanksgiving.
It’s safe to say that Awesome Mix Vol. 1 was one of the best parts of Guardians of the Galaxy, and if you’re looking for more music that helped shape the colorful sci-fi epic, you’re in luck. A new Awesome Mix has been revealed!
Andy Serkis has teased that the upcoming third addition to the rebooted Planet Of The Apes series won’t be the last. In fact he believes that there is no end in sight for the franchise.
The Annual Hunger Games are on again, and they're off to a great start! After the jump, have a look last night's results, as well as what they could mean for the franchise and the film market of 2014.
Considering how often she’s flaunting her skin in skimpy, sexy on-stage outfits, singer-songwriter and occasional actress Miley Cyrus seems to be the ideal supporter for the topless satire Free the Nipple. But how will she lend her hand to this cause?
Mel Gibson and Andrew Garfield are set to pair up for Hacksaw Ridge. Spider-Man has just entered negotiations to star as Desmond Doss, a conscientious objector who still went on to claim a Medal of Honor for his efforts during World War II.
If you haven’t seen The Hunger Games yet, run away! This page is LOADED WITH SPOILERS. The rest of you can spend the rest of the week – as well as the weekend -- raving (or ranting) about our newest epic, Mockingjay.
Almost every year, Clint Eastwood attempts to have an Oscar contender ready to drop into the race. Sometimes, those campaigns pan out, as when Million Dollar Baby (2004) and Letters from Iwo Jima (2006) drummed up Academy support. Recently, however, Eastwood films like Hereafter, J. Edgar and Jersey Boys have failed to generate awards heat.
With her uncrushable passion for fashion and expert side-eye, Effie brings some desperately needed levity to this sequel, making her the movie's unexpected MVP.
Animated films have always occupied the edge of the filmmaking industry. That is, until certain developments have started to leave the animation industry in the dust.
After some time without updates, it looks like The Stand might finally start getting underway with production. What's more, we've heard some news about how many films we might actually get out of the epic novel. Find out how many after the jump.
Disney are moving ahead with a remake of Pete’s Dragon and they have even hired two pretty impressive actors for their retelling of the beloved 1977 tale too. One is Bryce Dallas Howard and the other might just shock you ….
When it comes to the world of Anime, Attack On Titan has been somewhat of a rising star in the past year or so. This probably explains why one of the cast photos features a girl whose love interest is of a higher caliber than any mere mortal. Short version: this girl looks a little too friendly with her weapon.
Beyond his part in Terry Gilliam's Twelve Monkeys, Brad Pitt has never really explored much of the science-fiction. It's a bit strange when you consider how many other genre films he's made over the course of his career as an actor and a producer - but the good news is that it's an area in which the famed actor is working to expand.
There can’t be too many people out there who have a bad word to say about either Kevin Hart or Josh Gad. Both of them are eminently watchable and always seem to be on the precipice of making someone laugh. And the red-band trailer for The Wedding Ringer seems to suggest that will be the exact same scenario for their upcoming cinematic collaboration.
Bill Nye the Science Guy hasn't seen Interstellar yet, but based on the film's concept he has some scientific complaints about the film. He also offers advice to those hoping to one day travel to Mars.
We’ve spent a great deal of this year celebrating the success of Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past, but the time has come to look towards the future. With production scheduled to start in the first half of next year, X-Men: Apocalypse has begun its casting process – and already they’re eyeing some talented new actors.
Recent news has indicated that Mystique will be one of the most important characters in X-Men: Apocalypse, and now Jennifer Lawrence has given some details on what the shape-shifting mutant’s situation will be when we reunite with her in 2016.
Most people are familiar with the standard operating procedure when it comes to auditions in Hollywood. An actor prepares a scene or is given pages of a script to work from, sits or stands in front of group of people (director, producers, casting director, etc.) in a room, and performs in hopes of being seen as the perfect fit for a particular character or film. This has been the process used by studios and filmmakers for decades - but it's apparently not the method used by the folks over at Marvel Studios.