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When last we saw The Winter Soldier, at the end of the film that bears his name, Bucky Barnes was beginning to put the pieces together about who he has been for the last several decades.
Entertainment is a weird business, but itís a business like any other. Having a valuable stock price is as important, if not more so, than making a great movie. Most of the time these two objectives work together.
We donít know much about what the long-rumored Gremlins 3 will be, other than the fact that weíre fairly confident it will eventually exist. But what do you do with the Gremlins 30 years after the fact?
When Star Wars: The Force Awakens hits screens in a couple of weeks fans all over the world are going to pick it apart. For Daisy Ridley, however, it wonít be the first time that her acting was criticized.
If you thought fan theories couldn't get any wackier, wait until you read this one about a certain Home Alone character - played by John Candy. If this rendition is to be believed, the Krampus might have some Christmas competition.
With critical, and box office, success in its corner, the prospects for a Creed sequel are good. Michael B. Jordan has some strong thoughts on participating in the future of the franchise, and you can get them after the jump.
A slower week as we all recover from out Thanksgiving hangovers and food-induced comas. Get ready for Krampus. Just remember, I'm not reviewing these movies, but rather predicting where they'll end up on the Tomatometer. Let's take a look at This Rotten Week has to offer.†
Finally! Thereís only so many times I can watch that Comic Con trailer before my mind turns to mush.
This Thanksgiving ended up looking a lot like last year: a Mockingjay movie taking first place for the second weekend in a row, followed by new releases of an animated feature and a sequel no one really wanted but people went to see anyway.
Tom Holland will play Peter Parker in Captain America: Civil War, and will then play Spidey in a solo movie in July 2017. Who will join him on screen? We will find out then.
Development on the long-awaited biopic for legendary rock singer Freddie Mercury has just taken a huge step forward.
A new Tweet from writer Neil Gaiman sheds more light on the abandoned Doctor Strange film that would have seen him team up with director Guillermo del Toro.
Actor Stellan Skarsgard speaks out about whether or not he will return as Dr. Erik Selvig in 2017's Thor: Ragnarok.
The new Star Wars film has been rated PG-13, but why exactly would the MPAA give it that rating?
Superman III is not a good film by any stretch, but one adept fan has edited into a chilling horror film. Check it out here.
With Star Wars mania in full swing, Google has gotten in on the action and introduced some Easter eggs of their very own.
James McAvoy shares a couple of hints as to how Charles Xavier will go bald in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse, and they're different from what we expected.
Victor Frankenstein's director Paul McGuigan has opened up about the importance of deviating from a iconic property's source material. It's not that nice.
A new trailer for Pride and Prejudice and Zombies brings gore, romance, and all sorts of fun. Check it out.
Robert Rodriguez and John Malkovich have teamed up to make a movie that most of us likely won't even live to see. Unless you're reading this story in the future.