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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.
George Miller is feeling the love for Mad Max: Fury Road -- from the fans, and from the Academy – so if he has the ideas for two more movies, we say, “Bring them on!” Do you agree?
More often than not, major film productions are able to get through weeks/months of work without any major roadblocks or stumbles, but every so often we hear about certain movies that seem like magnets for trouble.
Mad Max: Fury Road was the surprise hit of 2015. While many would have expected the movie to be a financial success and a fun summer action movie, the film has gone beyond all expectations and become a contender for the Academy Awards.
While the Oscars are still over a month away, another major awards show took place last night which may have given us some insight into the choices that will be made on February 28th.
What were the most surprising turn of events during this morning’s nomination announcements for the 88th annual Academy Awards? Read on to find out!
We were devastated when we heard George Miller didn't want to make any more Mad Max movies, but now the master filmmaker has clarified his stance, and you're going to be pretty happy.
Mad Max: Fury Road led the way with 10 Oscar nominations this morning, but how many can it actually win? We break it down.
The nominees for the 88th annual Academy Awards were announced this morning in Los Angeles, setting the stage for the next few weeks of Oscar campaigning. The Academy Awards will be handed out on Sunday, February 28, in a star-studded event hosted this year by comedian Chris Rock.
With the announcement just a few hours away at this point, everyone and their mother is trying to figure out what films will be nominated for an Academy Award, and one group is using math to predict the Oscars.
This is a lot harder than you would imagine. This year, above several others, the field seems significantly spread out, with numerous films enjoying waves of passion but no film rising up to claim the coveted mantle of “Frontrunner.”
Bad news Mad Max: Fury Road fans, George Miller has basically admitted that he has no plans on making a sequel to the critically acclaimed blockbuster.
Looking at the list of nominees and victors at this year’s Golden Globes ceremony, and weighing them against their buzz going into the show, we’ve determined the five biggest winners and losers from this year’s affair. What movies and filmmakers were put on a good path, and which are in trouble? Read on to find out.
If you were hoping to see a sequel to Mad Max: Fury Road in the works anytime soon, you might want to pump the breaks. Though director George Miller does have an idea on where he'll be headed next.
One method for predicting which films will nab Academy Award nominations is by looking to the Producers Guild Award noms. First established in 1990 by the Producers Guild of America, these nominations and awards have been very telling regarding the climate of the film world, and which way the Academy will likely be going.
How many films have longevity? The number decreases. How many movies from 2015 do you think we still will be talking about in 2025? Or beyond that point, even?
Admittedly my tastes are a bit all over the map, and the following list contains multiple animated features, a few indies, and a couple blockbusters. But what they all have in common is that they left me feeling in awe of the power of film.
There's been a lot of talk that 2015 was a bad year for movies. As you probably guessed, that's a load of crap, and here are ten movies that prove otherwise.
This time of year is full of lists naming the best movies of the year and the best music of the year… but this is the spot where we get to talk about both. In 2015, some fantastic directors orchestrated some truly brilliant scenes choreographed to great original and licensed songs, and this is the feature where we celebrate those specific moments.
As 2015 winds down, everyone and their uncles are getting together to name their best films of the year. And now online movie ticket giant Fandago and its users have their say.