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Out of all of the critics against Sony's handling of The Interview, very few could rage against the treatment of the film while riding a dragon. George R.R. Martin is one such person, and you've got to read what he says inside!
Sony's decision to drop The Interview's Christmas Day release date is one that has sent shockwaves running throughout the entertainment world, with untold costs waiting to be incurred by said decision. At least, those costs were untold until now.
With the release of Transformers: Age of Extinction this past summer, the giant fighting robot franchise did a bit of rebooting work. While it wasn't overall job, audiences did say goodbye to the likes of Shia LaBeouf, Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson and others as new human characters played by Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, and Jack Reynor were introduced.
The Suicide Squad has appeared in a variety of media, such as Justice League Unlimited, Batman: Assault on Arkham and Arrow, but this will be their first theatrical appearance. Here’s our handy guide on everything you need to know about the film, from its basic premise to all the major players. Read on to get the details!
Thanos may be the most dangerous villain in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but even director James Gunn admits that he didn’t have much of an impact on Guardians of the Galaxy.
Are you like Peter Quill and have been listening to the “Awesome Mix Vol. 1” from Guardians of the Galaxy over and over and over again? Well, we have some great news for you. It turns out that there were other five tracks that writer/director James Gunn had planned to use in the Marvel Studios movie, but wasn’t able to after script revisions and edits.
Denzel Washington is the latest actor to become embroiled in a situation involving the Sony email hacking scandal. However, it should be made clear that the actor doesn’t actually participate in the comments, instead he is simply the topic of them.
Well, this certainly is a strange twist on the constantly-developing situation with Seth Rogen and Evan Golberg's The Interview. Despite the fact that Sony has cancelled the film's theatrical release, this afternoon they released a brand new TV spot with a rather ironic title.
Thinking back on the awesome comedy, we’ve compiled a list of the top eight moments in the film that simultaneously made us laugh and dropped our jaws. Which did we pick? Read on to find out!
Jason Reitman has announced his casting choices for Han and Leia in his live-reading of The Empire Strikes Back. His choice for Han Solo might surprise you.
Over the past year or so, news and updates about Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice have set up the 2016 blockbuster as a gateway to a larger DC Cinematic Universe, but there is another big responsibility that it carries. The film is very much also expected to be a sequel to Man of Steel that further develops the Kryptonian superhero - but what does that mean?
Paramount is blocking theaters from hosting screenings of Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s Team America: World Police in place of Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s The Interview, according to Tweets posted by the theaters.
Star Trek 3 is going through a heck of a time landing on a director. Even though a shortlist of filmmakers was only revealed earlier this week, one of the individuals has already publicly and gracefully declined the offer.
If Crossbones and Bruce Banner ever were to throw down, it likely wouldn’t happen until one of the Infinity War movies that Marvel has on its slate for 2018 and 2019. That’s insane to think that far ahead. Almost as insane as Frank Grillo stating Crossbones “doesn’t lose to people who are green.”
I can’t pay to see The Interview on Christmas Day. That pisses me off, not because I was so pumped up about seeing The Interview but instead because it seems absurd that I no longer have the option
While the responses towards Sony's decision to pull The Interview from theaters have been mixed, one theater in particular decided to say “America, F Yeah”.
James Gunn has revealed one person who definitely won't be revealed as Peter Quill's father in Guardians of the Galaxy 2. Hint: he's Korean.
You probably don't want to be a redshirt in Star Trek any more than you'd want to be a beloved character in a Joss Whedon project. These people have a tendency to die. In that respect, if you're in a children's movie, you don't want to be the parent.
South China Morning Press confirms the deadly accident, revealing that 51-year-old cinematographer Chan Kwok-hung drowned in the waters off Lantau Island after the boat that carried multiple crew members capsized.
You know who hasn’t responded on social media yet? Seth Rogen, whose last Tweet was about Birdman. Like us, he probably doesn’t know what to say in the wake of this increasingly bizarre story.
While it looked like a brief moment that Sony Pictures would be entertaining the idea of distribution of The Interview through VOD services, we have some bad news. It saddens us to tell you that as of this moment, it looks like we're never going to see The Interview in any way, shape, or form.
We might as well all pack up and go home, because at the moment the bad-guys are winning. The repercussions of Sony’s hacking are now starting to be felt around the movie industry, as New Regency has announced that work on Steve Carell’s potential new film set in North Korea had now been stopped.
President of the United States Barack Obama has revealed that his favorite movie of 2014 was none other than Richard Linklater's Boyhood. Apparently the Commander in Chief has decided to take a break from his political duties to try his hand at film criticism, and in the process he made a pretty wise choice.
In case you didn’t already know, Joss Whedon and the folks at Marvel Studios didn’t make James Spader wear a robot costume on the set of the Avengers: Age of Ultron. Instead, his character, the titular robotic menace, will be brought to life with the magic of performance capture, which means that Spader spent most of his time filming in grey pajamas covered in little ping pong balls.
Since the announcement this past October, the fact that all 10 seasons of Friends will be coming to Netflix in January has been all over headlines – but the truth is that it’s far from the only big new addition to the digital media site’s huge library. There will also be a number of features that will be heading Netflix’s way next month, and some of them are quite excellent.