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By now, just about anyone with even a passing interest in cinema has gone to see Interstellar, and Christopher Nolan’s hugely ambitious space opera has both disappointed viewers and enthralled them in equal measure. If you’re in the latter camp, then a new promotion from Paramount and AMC Theatres will have you doing cartwheels with excitement.
While talking with Richard King, Mark Weingarten,and Gregg Landaker, the top three men who gave Interstellar its out of this world sound, I asked what they had to say about the public's response to the film's perceived sound issues. As the feature's sound re-recording mixer, Landaker was the obvious expert to question about this particular matter. His answer was fascinating.
If you finished watching Guardians of the Galaxy in theaters this past summer and thought to yourself, What if Ronan had accepted Star-Lord's dance-off challenge? then we have the ultimate outtake for you.
There are about a million smart and clever ideas packed into the runtime of Drew Goddard's brilliant horror movie The Cabin in the Woods, but perhaps the film's greatest is the coffee mug water pipe. Used by Marty, the pot head character played by Fran Kranz, the plastic and metal container looks like a normal thermos, but in reality it actually extends like a telescope and has a detachable hollow handle that can be reinserted in the bottom.
Filming for Joe Dirt 2 is under-way, and to prove to the world that he looks just as good as ever with a mullet and abysmal facial hair, David Spade has uploaded an image from the 1st day of shooting. You can check him out in all of his glory inside.
One of the best parts of James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy was the sequence where the titular gang goes to visit The Collector (Benicio Del Toro) and try to sell The Orb. While his role as all too brief, the white haired weirdo is one of the strangest in the film, and left us asking all kinds of questions.
It's not uncommon to hear about actors pulling pranks on one another on movie sets. But it's been years since the last Harry Potter film hit theaters and it sounds like stars Tom Felton and Rupert Grint still aren't ready to abandon the pastime.
The beloved comic strip characters will be returning soon when The Peanuts Movie hits theaters on November 6, 2015. In the meantime, 20th Century Fox and Peanuts Worldwide has released new images of protagonist Charlie Brown and the rest of the cast to tide fans over.
What will the movie be about? Who has been put in charge of making it? Which rumors can we believe, and which ones are fake? Like we do with all major releases, we’ve put together a handy guide that will help you get all of the facts straight and learn what really is going on with Ant-Man. Read on and learn!
"Oh, what's that? George Clooney is in your movie? Count me in!" says just about the whole of Hollywood. The affable leading man is a magnet for attracting other A-list talent whether he's writing, directing, producing, or starring. So you better believe he's drawing stellar celebs to his soon to shoot thriller Money Monster.
To be fair, Ben Affleck is doing his part to keep the conversation going. While accepting the Hollywood Film Award for Fincher’s movie, Affleck made sure to poke fun at the “controversy” over his supposed nudity. And Affleck’s a terrific sport about all of this.
Since returning to his acting career after a few years in politics, Arnold Schwarzenegger has talked quite a bit about rejuvenating his former glory by doing sequels to films from his past. He has already completed work on the upcoming Terminator: Genisys, but in the past couple years he has also talked about the return of characters like Conan and Julius Benedict. Now it looks like we may soon be able to add Ben Richards to that list, as Schwarzenegger has been hinting at a new Running Man movie.
Now that fans have shown they support Jim Carrey going back and revisiting some of his classic characters, I make a pitch for a new movie featuring THIS rubber-faced genius. Can we make it happen, Mr. Carrey?
We don’t have a concrete date as to when you will see the first footage for The Force Awakens, but we did just hear a description of the footage that might be shown.
If you're a Frank Grillo fan, or even a Crossbones fan, we've got a good tip on just how happy you'll be with Captain America: Civil War.
Last winter the Fast and Furious franchise suffered a terrible loss when one of its stars, Paul Walker, unexpectedly died. But while we have had to say goodbye to Walker, we may not need to say farewell to Fast and Furious.
When it came to setting up for a sequel, the much adored Guardians of The Galaxy was about as subtle as Rocket Raccoon. Star-Lord's long lost father is out there. So, he must be involved in Guardians of The Galaxy 2, right? Sure. But it won't be the sequel's main plotline.
Benedict Cumberbatch is riding high on the awards campaign trail for The Imitation Game, a sturdy WWII biopic of code breaker Alan Turing, recruited by the British to help the government crack Enigma. But the actor ALMOST did something in the movie that could have locked up the Oscar trophy.
SPOILER WARNING: This article contains spoilers about the recently released Dumb and Dumber To. If you haven’t seen the movie and wish to remain ignorant of the details, please click away to another one of our wonderful articles on the website.
This past weekend I had the pleasure to sit down with a couple of castmembers of the soon to explode The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1. There was an unmistakable excitement in the air, but there was also something--well, someone--missing. Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Along with ghosts, goblins and all the other expected creatures of the horror genre, there exists a subsection of threats based on headline-makers of the past and present. This is where we get, among other things, our serial killer movies and our EBOLA MOVIES! RUN!!!
Some weeks a ton of movies come out and they all stink. And then some weeks only one gigantic flick hits the big screen, and that’s all we need. This week falls into the latter category. We are headed back to the world of Panem where Katniss leads a revolution.
Of the many, many pop culture references contained within Phil Lord and Chris Miller's The LEGO Movie - from DC Comics to Harry Potter -perhaps the greatest is the quick appearance by Star Wars' Millennium Falcon and the likes of Han Solo, Lando Calrissian and C-3PO. What you may not know, however, is that early drafts of the movie actually had one of George Lucas' greatest creations as one of the lead characters.
This weekend Harry and Floyd made a triumphant return to the big screen twenty years after the original made a splash, creating two pop culture icons out of the main characters. Dumb and Dumber To landed a solid number one with a $38 million debut. That's more than double what the original made in 1994 when it banked $16 million.
Back in the 1930s it was horror movies likes Frankenstein, The Invisible Man, Dracula and The Mummy that helped turn Universal into the Big Six studio it is today. It's why Universal has been focusing a great deal of attention as of late towards their Monster Movie Universe, but in recent years the monster brand has been struggling - and Universal Pictures chairman Donna Langley