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Well I know what’s going on my Christmas list this year. One of the beloved Sandlot kids is on board for a reunion, and is willing to personally start the Kickstarter Campaign.
Creed is just ahead of The Good Dinosaur after they opened on Tuesday night, but both are still trailing Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has successfully taken the continuity and character crossovers that people love in comic books and transplanted it into film. They have also taken several of their successful major comic storylines and rewritten them for the screen.
It looks like the voice of God is going to need some divine intervention if his new film is going to recoup it’s investment. Morgan Freeman’s Momentum just opened in the UK to an unbelievably horrible box office showing.
The hot news of the day, of course, is last night’s release of the first trailer for the next Marvel Studios project, Captain America: Civil War. Everybody is analyzing every single frame of the trailer to see what there is to see.
The Good Dinosaur's visuals have been roundly praised, even though the film itself has not. But is it worth spending the extra cents and dollars to do just that? There's only one way to find out: To 3D Or Not To 3D?
While George Lucas was the man behind Star Wars from the beginning he only directed the first film in the original trilogy. When it came time for the prequel trilogy however, Lucas famously, or infamously, directed all three of the films.
While Creed is not a Rocky movie in the strictest of terms, it does give us a reason to look back on the storied career of the silver screen's greatest pugilist.
Quentin Tarantino has been making a really big deal out of the fact that he shot his new movie, The Hateful Eight in 70MM. But what does that mean, really?
The trailer to Captain America: Civil War promises a lot of destruction, ass-kickings, and even a possible death or two. But there’s one major promise that no one has really talked about, and it looks like this moment might indicate that the third Captain America film might be the most emotional film in Marvel’s movie canon.
So now that we have our first look at scenes from next summer’s Captain America: Civil War we have our first look at the newest member of the MCU, Black Panther.
When Marvel threw a Samuel L. Jackson cameo after the credits of the first Iron Man movie it was a gamble. With one sentence, the studio put in motion a plan that nobody had ever tried before.
You've just watched the Captain America: Civil War trailer, and your blood is pumping & you need something to help ease you back to reality. Allow us to help you out with these totally killer one sheets from Marvel's latest epic.
So, what was YOUR favorite moment in the new Captain America: Civil War trailer? Weigh in in the comments section. Then go watch the trailer again and again.
With the release of Jessica Jones on Netflix, Marvel Studios is done for the year when it comes to releasing new titles – but 2016 is a whole new ball game. Phase Three is kicking off on the big screen, and now we have our first official look at the film that is going to kick it all off: Joe and Anthony Russo’s Captain America: Civil War!
If you're one of the many fans worried about how good Star Wars: The Force Awakens actually is, be lucky you weren't involved in making it. For as nervous as you are, John Boyega is probably at least five times more anxious than you are.
Chris Pratt may seem awesome, but Jennifer Lawrence has the true scoop on what he's like on the set of a major motion picture. Apparently... he really is that awesome, and you can read how great he truly is after the jump.
Most of the story in Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur follows its main character, Arlo (Raymond Ochoa), as he journeys back home with a dog-like human friend after being swept away in a river – but all of it operates on top of a larger theme about the importance of family.
One of the things we're most excited to see in Star Wars: The Force Awakens is the return of big three from the original trilogy. When asked if returning was a difficult choice, Carrie Fisher had this blunt answer.
Over the course of his acting career, Ryan Gosling has been a great many places, but now he's teaming up with Whiplash's director to go somewhere he's never been: the Moon.