Sundance Awards 2015 Go to ‘The Witch,’ ‘Slow West,’ ‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’
Sundance doled out its awards tonight, with a batch of feature film Jury, Audience and other special awards going out to films that played the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. Many of our favorite films of the fest — Me and Earl and
HBO Orders ‘Lewis and Clark’ Miniseries From Tom Hanks; Casey Affleck to Star
HBO loves itself a good historical miniseries, and the next one to come from the network will be Lewis and Clark. The frontier drama has a star-studded lineup both in front of and behind the camera: Tom Hanks, Brad Pitt, and
Superhero Bits: Joss Whedon, Batman v Superman, Silver Surfer, Agents of SHIELD, Ant-Man, Thanos
After a brief Sundance break, the Bits are back! Which other Marvel film has Joss Whedon thought about directing? Is there another character Terry Crews wants to play? Did an Ant-Man Lego set reveal a massive spoiler? Where can you
Emerging and Rising Artists Tackle Cinema & Cult Classics at ‘Young Guns’ Art Exhibit
Friday night in Los Angeles, the Hero Complex Gallery is doing a show called Young Guns. It’s comprised solely of “emerging & rising artists,” each of whom did a series of at least three images all themed together. We’ve already shown
Peter Berg Takes Over ‘Deepwater Horizon’ From J.C. Chandor
J.C. Chandor, who raced from Margin Call to All Is Lost to A Most Violent Year, has left the director’s chair of the upcoming film Deepwater Horizon. The reason? Our old friend “creative differences,” at least as far as the
‘Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of the National Lampoon’ Is a Must-Watch for Anyone(...)
Many people today don’t realize it, but much of modern comedy was born at the National Lampoon. John Hughes, Al Jean, Bill Murray, Chevy Chase, John Landis, Ivan Reitman and John Belushi are just some of the famous names who
J.K. Simmons and Spider-Man: Actor Hints at J. Jonah Jameson’s Return
When it comes to superhero movies, fans are sticklers. They don’t want the Andrew Garfield Spider-Man films to link to the Tobey Maguire films. That wouldn’t make sense. They get angry when a studio casts the Human Torch as Captain
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How to Train Your Dragon 2 Wins Best Animated Feature at the Annie Awards
The 42nd Annual Annie Awards were held on Saturday, January 31The post How to Train Your Dragon 2 Wins Best Animated Feature at the Annie Awards appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Lily James – A Fresh Face for Cinderella
Relative newcomer Lily James will portray Cinderella in the upcoming live-action remakeThe post Lily James – A Fresh Face for Cinderella appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Fifty Shades of Grey Movie – Most Anticipated Scenes
Which scenes are you anticipating the most?The post Fifty Shades of Grey Movie – Most Anticipated Scenes appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The 2015 Sundance Film Festival Awards Have Been Announced
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl takes top Jury and Audience Award.The post The 2015 Sundance Film Festival Awards Have Been Announced appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Two More Films Sell at the Sundance Film Festival
Redfords A Walk in the Woods and Ill See You In My Dreams keeps the sales flowingThe post Two More Films Sell at the Sundance Film Festival appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Team Arrow Hunts Brick in New Clip from Episode 3.12
Featuring a surprising twist for this weeks installmentThe post Team Arrow Hunts Brick in New Clip from Episode 3.12 appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
First Clip from The Flash Episode 12 Introduces Key Comic Character
Meet guest star Malese Jow as Linda ParkThe post First Clip from The Flash Episode 12 Introduces Key Comic Character appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
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Super Bowl Trailer Hits for 'Kingsman: The Secret Service'
20th Century Fox has just released the Super Bowl trailer for Matthew Vaughn‘s action-thriller film Kingsman: The Secret Service starring Colin Firth, Michael Caine, Taron Egerton, and Samuel L. Jackson.Based upon
Film Review: The Loft
The Loft is a new thriller that comes out this week, and it is a remake of a 2008 Belgian film of the same name. The original movies director, Erik
STAR WARS: New Film, Newest Hutts
Newpa (noo pah) adj. 1. New. Film (film) n.1. Holo.Kagwa (kah gwah) adj.1. Latest.2. Newest.There are good days of speculating and bad days of speculating.As a completest geek who likes
Check Out 'Jurassic World' Dinosaur Indominus Rex
Jurassic World has revealed the first look at its new dinosaur, the Indominus Rex, a genetically  engineered dinosaur created to attract more visitors to the park. Sure its an impressive dino,
Jason Momoa Talks Aquaman Role And Acting Struggles
These days, it feels like every actor is adding a superhero role to their filmography, but that doesnt take away from it being a very cool thing. Jason Momoa, for
Rachael Taylor Set To Play Hellcat in 'Marvel's A.K.A. Jessica Jones'
Marvel and Netflix are proud to announce that Rachael Taylor will star as Patricia “Trish” Walker in Marvels A.K.A. Jessica Jones, an all-new 13-episode series premiering on Netflix in 2015
First TV Spot For 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'
Marvel Studios has released the first TV Spot for Avengers: Age of Ultron.Avengers: Age of Ultron is the epic follow-up to the biggest Super Hero movie of all time. When Tony Stark
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First Look At The Enfield Haunting
Who you gonna Spall?Amityville, the Black Hills of Maryland, Eden Lake… Enfield? Okay, the sleepy north London suburb isn’t as synonymous with horror as those other locales, but residents might
Noam Murro Says Blink
On to direct a new thrillerHe managed to channel Zack Snyder’s OTT style with 300: Rise Of An Empire, but for his next film, Noam
Rachael Taylor Join's Marvel's A.K.A. Jessica Jones
Shell play Trish WalkerThe rate of casting announcements for the second of the Marvel/Netflix series, A.K.A. Jessica Jones, is increasing. With David
New Avengers: Age Of Ultron TV Spot
Youve meddled with something you dont understand...It might not be receiving the Super Bowl TV spot treatment, but Marvel has made sure we’re all still anticipating Avengers: Age Of Ultron
Meet The New Jurassic World Dino
Indominus Rex, what big teeth you have...Kept almost totally off screen in the trailers so far, Jurassic World’s big addition – and we do mean big –  to the dino family has now been revealed.
Karl Urban Joins Pete's Dragon Remake
Hes replacing Michael C. HallIt would appear that Michael C. Hall is allergic to dragons. Actually, there isn’t a given reason why he’s
John Wick Duo Wanted To Direct Cowboy Ninja Viking
David Leitch and Chad Stahelski may corral Chris PrattThey’ve made a huge impact Stateside with their directorial debut, Keanu Reeves
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Cool Videos: Pierce Brosnan's great action hero parody for the Super Bowl
While he perhaps isn't at the Liam Neeson action star level anymore, Pierce Brosnan can still hold his own when it comes to the genre. He was my favorite Bond actor until Daniel Craig came around,
Review: The Stanford Prison Experiment (Sundance 2015)
PLOT: In the summer of 1971, Stanford psychology professor Dr. Philip Zimbardo (Billy Crudup) recruits students to participate in a study simulating prison conditions. The role of guard and prisoner are assigned randomly. It doesnt take
Awesome Art We've Found Around The Net: Birdman, Space Jam, The Thing
Some cliche somewhere said that 'a picture is worth a thousand words.' This has proven to be the case for me and especially when it comes to fan art. I have always
Joss Whedon talks misogyny in superhero movies; says Lucy is a step forward
Yesterday we touched on diversity in superhero films with the help of some great commentary from Jason Momoa. Today we get more specific and look at gender diversity in the genre with director Joss Whedon. Never
Review: The Loft
PLOT: Five married men all share a high rent loft for their extra-marital activities. When one of them discovers a woman has been murdered in their hideaway, suspicion arises with each of the
James Franco's In Dubious Battle lands Selena Gomez, Bryan Cranston, & more
The next directorial effort from James Franco is an adaptation of the classic John Steinbeck novel “In Dubious Battle” and he’s already landed a very impressive cast. Looking at the list of many features James Franco
James Franco's In Dubious Battle land Selene Gomez, Bryan Cranston, and more
The next directorial effort from James Franco is an adaptation of the classic John Steinbeck novel “In Dubious Battle” and he’s already landed a very impressive cast. Looking at the list of many features James Franco
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This Week's SATURDAY SHORTS: Hilarious Slow-Mo, Killer Women, and Creepy Kids!
Leonard In Slow Motion; A Good Man Is Hard To Find; The Baker; Certified; ChloeRead the full article on AICN Hello ladies and gentlemen, Muldoon here with this weeks fun selection of short films you might not have seen yet,
A bunch of Oscar Nominated Screenwriters discuss their craft at SBIFF and Quint was there!
Quint reports in from the Santa Barbara Film Festival's Writer's Panel featuring Damian Chazelle, Alex Dinelaris, Max Frye, Dan Gilroy, Jason Hall, Anthony McCarten and Graham Moore.Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here with a little rundown
Quint at SBIFF takes a look at the Simon Pegg assassin flick KILL ME THREE TIMES!
Eric "Quint" Vespe reviews the Simon Pegg assassin flick KILL ME THREE TIMES from the Santa Barbara Film Festival!Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Im once again at Santa Barbara Film Festival and taking in some
SWEEPS DAY THREE!! MEL BROOKS LIVE On HBO!! J.K. Simmons Hosts SNL!! The Black Keys on AUSTIN CITY LIMITS!! New TRANSPORTER, BLACK SAILS & SEX SENT ME TO THE ER!! Herc’s Saturday TV Talkback!!Read the full article on AICN Mel
HERCULES ON THE RADIO!! Learn What Ain’t It Cool’s TV Critic Thinks Of BETTER CALL SAUL!!
HERCULES ON THE RADIO!! Learn What Ain’t It Cool’s TV Critic Thinks Of BETTER CALL SAUL, Next Week’s GOTHAM & JUSTIFIED, Last Week’s AGENT CARTER, Kevin Costner’s BLACK OR WHITE, And All The Star Wars, Raiders, Ghostbusters, Impossible, Marvel &
Capone sings the maternal praises of the French-Canadian family drama MOMMY
Capone sings the maternal praises of the French-Canadian family drama MOMMYRead the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. Normally a film like MOMMY would be a part of my weekly Art-House Round-Up column, but since this
Capone says as far as submarine-based thrillers go, BLACK SEA doesn't sink or stink
Capone says as far as submarine-based thrillers go, BLACK SEA doesn't sink or stinkRead the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. I love submarine-set movies and I love heist movies, so imagine if I dared to
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Angelina On Directing Brad In A Sex Scene: ‘He Knows What I Need’
Angelina Jolie tells MTV News what it was like to direct husband Brad Pitt in a sex scene...with her.
Upset About ‘The Interview’? Here’s One Way You Can Fight Back
If youre upset about The Interview being shelved, heres one way you can fight back.
Why Hanukkah Is Basically ‘300’ (And Every Other Action Movie) For Jews
This holiday is way more badass than playing dreidel would lead you to believe.
A Brief History Of North Korea’s Bizarre Relationship With American Entertainment
The Interview isnt the first time that North Korea and American media have come to blows.
Here Are The Perfect Gifts For The Undercover ‘Harry Potter’ Fan In Your Life
Check out these gifts for the sophisticated, undercover Harry Potter nerd in your life. Accio awesome.
The White House Is Considering A ‘Serious’ Response To The Sony Hack
The White House weighs in on the Sony hack, as well as the pulling of The Interview from theaters.
Mark Wahlberg Just Found A ‘Transformers’ Sequel
Mark Wahlberg weighs in on when Transformers 5 might start shooting.
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Streaming now on Netflix Instant is Richard Ayoades dark comedic thriller The Double. Matt listed the film in his Top 10 of 2014 and it also made the cut in he and Adams 10 Underrated Films of 2014 from a
Adrian Grenier and Joshua Zeman Talk ’52: The Search for the Loneliest Whale in the World’ (...)
A few days ago at the Sundance Film Festival I sat down with producer Adrian Grenier and director Joshua Zeman to talk about their planned documentary 52: The Search for the Loneliest Whale in the World, for which they are currently seeking financing through crowdfunding. 
Emory Cohen Talks BROOKLYN, STEALING CARS, VINCENT-N-ROXXY, and More at Sundance
“1950s Ireland: Eilis (Saoirse Ronan) must confront a terrible dilemma — a heartbreaking choice between two men (Domhnall Gleeson, Emory Cohen) and two countries, between duty and true love.”When I first read the one liner for director John Crowley’s immigrant drama
Rose Byrne Will Return for X-MEN: APOCALYPSE
Well here’s some good news to start off your weekend.  Rose Byrne brought the X-Men character of Moira MacTaggert to life in director Matthew Vaughn’s excellent 1960s-set film X-Men: First Class, and while Taggert wasn’t a huge character in the
Friday Box Office: AMERICAN SNIPER Eyes Third Straight Win Over Super Bowl Weekend
The hits keep coming for American Sniper.  Following its record-setting debut with an equally stunning sophomore hold last weekend (down just 27% with $64.6 million), the Clint Eastwood drama is now poised to dominate that most-American of box office frames:
Meet the JESSICA JONES Villain Purple Man: Who Is He? How Scary Is He? And More
Who is the Purple Man? Lets break down the history of the creepy villain, played by David Tennant, bound for Marvel’s upcoming Netflix series, A.K.A. Jessica Jones.Who is the Purple Man?Like many other Marvel villains that were created in the company’s
In Black or White, the new film from director Mike Binder (The Upside of Anger), Anthony Mackie plays Jeremiah Jeffers, a high-powered corporate lawyer who agrees to take on the custody case his sister (played by Octavia Spencer) wants to bring against Kevin Costners Elliot
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Rose Byrne Returning for X-Men: Apocalypse
Moira MacTaggart rides again.
Weekly Ketchup: Chris Pratt Wanted for Indiana Jones Reboot
This weeks Ketchup comes to you from right in the middle of the Sundance Film Festival, but except for the news about the 25+ indie movies picked up for distribution there, you wouldnt otherwise be able to tell. This was
The Game of Thrones Season Five Trailer Is Here
The first trailer for season five of Game of Thrones, returning to HBO Apr. 12, is here. Watch now!
Watch Super Bowl XLIX TV Spots Now!
Super Bowl XLIXs match-up between the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots goes down this Sunday! And that means by the end of the day, well have experienced our share of elated winners, deflated losers, and, of course, weird
Parental Guidance: Project Almanac, Black or White and more
We know a lot of families are going to be looking for wholesome entertainment that everyone can enjoy together. Christy Lemire has the lowdown on exactly how family-friendly they all are.
TV Talk: Eddie Murphy Will Return to SNL for the First Time in 30 Years
This week in TV news, we learn that Eddie Murphy will be on the 40th anniversary of Saturday Night Live. Plus, David Tennant will play a Marvel villain, Anna Gunn will be an FBI agent, Wet Hot American Summer will
Video: Kevin Costner Was a Stubborn Kid
Black or White stars Kevin Costner, Octavia Spencer, and Anthony Mackie as a family battling over the welfare of a child. In the middle of the battle is Eloise, who happens to hate brushing her teeth. Grae Drake asks the
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Peter Berg To Helm "Deepwater Horizon"
Peter Berg will reportedly replace JC Chandor as director of the Deepwater Horizon movie at Summit Entertainment. The project re-teams Berg with his Lone Survivor star Mark Wahlberg and The Kingdom scribe Matthew Michael Carnahan.The true-story account
Foxx, Monaghan Share A "Sleepless Night"
Jamie Foxx and Michelle Monaghan are set to star in the action-thriller Sleepless Nights for Open Road Films at Vertigo Entertainment.Baran bo Odar (The Silence) is set to direct the film from a script by Andrea Berloff
HBO Confirms "Lewis and Clark" Series
HBO has given the green light to the miniseries Lewis and Clark which Edward Norton, Brad Pitt, Tom Hanks, Dede Gardner and Gary Goetzman will executive produce for HBO, National Geographic Entertainment, Playtone, Plan B and Class
James Franco's "Dubious Battle" Casts Up
Selena Gomez, Vincent DOnofrio, Robert Duvall, Ed Harris, Bryan Cranston and Danny McBride have all signed on to star in James Francos upcoming film adaptation of the John Steinbecks 1936 novel In Dubious Battle.The story centers on
Sony Acquires Rights To "Descender"
Sony Pictures Entertainment has acquired feature film rights to Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyens upcoming comic book series Descender.Described as a space opera full of mystery and adventure, the story follows a lifelike artificial boy named TIM-21
Jonah Hill To Produce "Vegas Poker Bug"
The D Train directors Andrew Mogel and Jarrad Paul are teaming with Jonah Hill for a film adaptation of the Wired magazine article Finding a Vegas Poker Bug Made These Guys Rich to which they recently bought
Elijah Wood, Nic Cage Team For "Trust"
Elijah Wood is set to star opposite Nicolas Cage in Benjamin and Alex Brewers The Trust. Shooting is now underway in Las Vegas.The pair are set to play two crooked cops who discover a hidden safe while
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15 Essential: Witch Movies
The Sundance Film Festival’s breakout horror film—and possible breakout film, period—felt like a culmination. The past five years or so have seen a resurgence in witch fiction and culture, from television to
Netflix Horrors: The Latest Titles Added to Instant — January 30, 2015
Netflix Horrors is a regular column in which Shock Till You Drop alerts you to the latest genre titles to hit the VOD service. For our archive of
Sundance Review: Hellions, a Halloween Fever Dream
Is there a tendency to dismiss contemporary horror films we would’ve loved in the 70s or 80s? As if we know better now? As if their age and the
Richard Bates Jr.’s Suburban Gothic out Today
Richard Bates, Jr., the madman behind Excision, releases his sophomore feature, the silly, strange Suburban Gothic to VOD today.  Suburban Gothic is a lighthearted, stylish and heartfelt piece of work from
Scream Factory and IFC Team for The Babadook Blu with Pop up Packaging
The best horror film of 2014 is coming to Blu this spring thanks to a collaboration between distributor IFC Midnight and beloved home video label Scream Factory.  Jennifer Kent’s feature debut is
Trailer: Jena Malone in Victorian Chiller, Angelica
Mitchell Lichtenstein, the director of Teeth, returns with what looks like another sexually charged, sexually frustrated and sexually lethal horror film, the 1880s-set Angelica.  Starring Jena Malone, most recently seen in The Hunger Games
Sundance Review: The Nightmare, a Terrifying Horror-Doc
The scariest thing in the world might well be sitting in a darkened room, listening to other people tell you of their strange experiences. For a moment, doubt
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Team Arrow Hunts Brick in New Clip from Episode 3.12
The CW has released the first clip from episode 3.12 of “Arrow” which reveals a surprising twist for this week’s installment. Titled “Uprising,” the episode is described as follows:
First Clip from The Flash Episode 12 Introduces Key Comic Character
The CW has released the first clip from episode 12 of “The Flash,” which brings us our first look at guest star Malese Jow as Linda Park. Set to serve
Recap: Constantine Episode 11, A Whole World Out There
I wasn’t really digging tonight’s episode. For starters, I am not a fan of Richie. He is way too high-strung and manic (not in the fun way) for me. The
Rose Byrne is Back for X-Men: Apocalypse, Fantastic Four Crossover Possible?
After learning last week that Alexandra Shipp will play Storm, Sophie Turner will play Jean Grey, and Tye Sheridan will play Cyclops in X-Men: Apocalypse,   we now
Sony Pictures Plans Comic Book Adaptation Descender
Sony Pictures Entertainment announced today that it acquired the feature film rights to Descender, the forthcoming comic book series from New York Times bestselling author Jeff Lemire and New York Times bestselling…The
Obscure DC Comics Villain Lumberjack to Menace CBS’ Supergirl
The first villain to menace CBS’ upcoming “Supergirl” has been revealed as TVLine reports Melissa Benoist’s Kara Zor-El will face off against the obscure DC Comics character Lumberjack in the pilot episode
It’s Peggy and the Howling Commandos in a New Clip from Marvel’s Agent Carter
We’ve officially hit the halfway mark on ABC’s latest Marvel Cinematic Universe adventure, the limited series “Marvel’s Agent Carter”. With four more episodes to go, the series has
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‘Birdman,’ ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ Top the Art Directors Guild Awards
The Art Directors Guild held its 19th annual Excellence in Production Design Awards Saturday at the Beverly Hilton, honoring “Birdman,” “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and “Guardians of the Galaxy” with the top honors of the night. “Birdman” won for Contemporary Film
‘How to Train Your Dragon 2′ Wins Annie Award for Animated Feature
It’s the Year of the dragon, as DreamWorks Animation’s “How to Train Your Dragon 2″ took home the top prize at the  at the 42nd annual Annie Awards honoring the best in film and TV/broadcast animation for 2014. “Dragon” helmer
Sundance: Awards Ceremony in Progress
The awards of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival are being handed out in Park City, Utah. In the World Cinema documentary competition, three special jury awards were handed out: one for unparalleled access to “The Chinese Mayor,” Zhou Hao’s portrait of Geng
Sundance: Broad Green Picks Up Robert Redford’s ‘Walk in the Woods’
Gabriel and Daniel Hammond’s fledgling distributor Broad Green has outbid the competition to pick up U.S. rights to Robert Redford’s “A Walk in the Wood.” The massive high-seven-figure deal is reportedly the second biggest P&A commitment at the fest, behind
Live Stream: Sundance Film Festival Awards
Watch live as the Sundance Film Festival jury doles out awards at the closing night ceremony, hosted by comedian Tig Notaro.
Film Review: ‘The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water’
As far as nautical nonsense goes, it’s hard to top the climax of 2004’s “The SpongeBob Squarepants Movie,” in which the fate of our heroes hinged on the density of David Hasselhoff’s leg hair. This year’s follow-up, “The SpongeBob Movie:
Sundance: Bleecker Street Nabs Blythe Danner’s ‘I’ll See You in My Dreams’
Bleecker Street has acquired worldwide rights to Brett Haley’s “I’ll See You in My Dreams,” starring Blythe Danner. The comedic drama premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on Tuesday, where Danner received a standing ovation for her role as a
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Sundance 2015 Awards: 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl' Wins Big
The official awards for the 2015 Sundance Film Festival were announced tonight at a ceremony in Park City. Weve been anxiously awaiting the results of the awards at Sundance, and now we know who won big - Me & Earl
Watch: Martin Starr Takes the Lead in Trailer for 'Amira and Sam'
Though you may not know him by name, Martin Starr has been around for a little while. The young actor has been around for awhile, making his breakthrough in Freaks and Geeks and landing pivotal supporting roles in Knocked Up,
Rose Byrne is Back as Moira MacTaggert for 'X-Men: Apocalypse'
The cast of X-Men: Apocalypse just expanded the cast to include Sophie Turner as Jean Grey, Tye Sheridan as Cyclops and Alexandra Shipp as Storm. But it sounds like there will be an X-Men: First Class cast member that we
Watch: 'Fantastic Four' Trailer Gets Mashed Up with 'Interstellar'
Last week, we were surprised by the arrival of the teaser trailer for Fantastic Four, the comic book franchise reboot from Chronicle director Josh Trank. Many people pointed out the similarities in the style and tone of the teaser trailer
Sundance 2015: Goofy Religious Antics in Jared Hess' 'Don Verdean'
There are a growing number of recent films that have tried to make a fun joke out of religion, which can sometimes be a sensitive subject (at least in this country). Not many of them are that good, as sometimes
Peter Berg Replacing J.C. Chandor as 'Deepwater Horizon' Director
After directing Robert Redford in All is Lost, filmmaker J.C. Chandor was slated to return to sea with Deepwater Horizon, a film about the oil rig of the same name and the tragedy that followed after it exploded and unleashed
Sundance 2015: Festival Fatigue Hits Hard, But We're Still Screening
Weve been here for 9 days so far, camped out in a lovely ski condo, watching films every day. And were exhausted. Ethan and I have been working every day seeing films at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, writing about
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