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Elsa, Anna, Han and, yes, Olaf are back in the first Frozen Fever trailer. The new animated short is set to debut in front of screenings of Cinderella, and Walt Disney Animation has released the first footage of the reunion.
Kingsman: The Secret Service is a delightful mishmash of cinematic influences. But which directors truly inspired Matthew Vaughn's bombastic action flick?
At the end of Divergent, we saw Tris (Shailene Woodley) on the run with Four (Theo James), her brother (Ansel Elgort) and that douchebag of a Dauntless warrior Peter (Miles Teller).
Whatever happened to Christy Romano from that old Disney Channel series Even Stevens? Shia LaBeouf’s on-screen big sis is making bets with her husband over Fifty Shades of Grey.
Some will debate over whether or not Eddie Routh earned a fair trial because of the popularity of American Sniper, a film that reached its peak during the man’s trial. At the same time, the jury deliberated for two hours, and reached a unanimous decision.
Birdman's celebrating his Best Picture win in the best way possible... kicking ass in your backyard!
Dreamworks Animation, the studio that was once the up and comer in the animation market, has fallen on hard times. How hard? Concrete seems soft compared to the price tag of their latest punch.
Ah, After Earth: the film so disastrous that Will Smith even admits that it was a piece of shit. Considering the man made Seven Pounds, that's saying something; though his remarks on the film have nothing compared to the roasting CinemaSins gives it inside. Watch and enjoy!
Thanks to his role in the first two Hangover movies, famed boxer Mike Tyson does have some notoriety as a big screen actor - but I don't think anybody could have predicted this for his cinematic future.
According to original lyrics by Frozen's Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, a line was actually supposed to read less ambiguously as "a hero of Afghanistan" instead of "a sniper in a combat zone."
It turns out that The Huntsman is being set up as a rather star-studded affair. Joining the previously announced Chris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron, it has now been confirmed that the movie will be bringing aboard Jessica Chastain, Emily Blunt and Nick Frost.
What if Jack Dawson was really some guy from the future, sent back in time to keep Rose from killing herself? And what if his efforts drastically altered the course of Titanic's fate? One Titanic fan came up with a pretty clever theory about the truth behind Leonardo's wandering character.
It's unfortunate that writer/directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller won't be back to help The LEGO Movie 2 (presumably they'll be off to do some other bigger and more awesome stuff), but today new reports have confirmed that the filmmakers have found their replacements for the sequel.
About three months, British actor Ben Hardy found himself on a shortlist of actors who were being considered for the role of Cyclops in X-Men: Apocalypse. That role eventually went to Tye Sheridan, but apparently the production saw something in Hardy, because now they've cast him in another role.
When the date changes to March 1st we will see a number of great films leaving Netflix, but we’ve highlighted 10 of the best ones below. We highly recommend watching each and every one of them before the end of the week!
Is Arnie returning for Terminator 6? His answer will brighten up even the darkest of Tuesdays
When The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo hit back in 2011, it seemed a foregone conclusion that David Fincher’s adaptation of the Swedish novel and film trilogy would get right to work on a second chapter. That, however, has yet to happen.
Shazam is currently slated to hit theaters in 2019, but Black Adam actor Dwayne Johnson may have teased that we’ll get it sooner than originally planned.
On Sunday, the Oscars turned out to be a pretty good night for just about any and all things related to Birdman. However, for Michael Keaton, the night was not quite so bountiful on a personal level.
Don’t kid yourself into thinking that publicists, studio executives and talent aren’t already looking ahead to the next Oscar season… which might already have kicked off with a few fan favorite films at Sundance. Here’s our ridiculously early look at next year’s potential Oscar candidates, written in virtual pencil.
Overwriting continuity and teaming up with Marvel heroes may not be the only change in store for Spider-Man in the MCU. There’s also a chance that the next actor to play the Wall-Crawler won’t be white.
While Anthony Mackie's has long been confirmed to appear as Falcon in Captain America: Civil War (expected in May of next year) his presence had yet to be solidified in the upcoming highly-anticipated Avengers sequel, hitting theaters May 1st. That is, until now! With the release of the new Avengers: Age of Ultron poster, it is apparently etched in stone that Mackie will appear in the film.
There has been a lot of talk about the new Judd Apatow-produced Pee-wee Herman film since we first heard about the project years ago. Now we finally know what the plot of the long-awaited Paul Reubens vehicle is going to be... and let me just say it sounds fantastic.
In a recent interview, Hugh Jackman discusses Wolverine’s place in his life and how the Oscars-dominating film, Birdman has come to shape his view of how long he wants to hold on to the character.
When an actor accepts a role in either a Marvel or DC superhero movie, it’s presumed that they’re locked in for at least a sequel or two.Though sequels to Suicide Squad are not green lit, Margot Robbie is certainly prepared for it.