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10:51 AM - Saturday, January 31, 2015
24 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Angie Han
The British generally don’t care for what we Americans call football, but that doesn’t mean they won’t take advantage of our addiction to the game. The James Bond homage Kingsman: The Secret Service is getting in on the Super Bowl excitement wi . . .
1/30/2015 - Film School Rejects / Christopher Campbell
Project Almanac is the kind of movie where the characters are fully aware of other movies like it. That’s never been an unusual idea, because if you think about it, you’d be one of those characters, too. “Genre savvy” is what it’s called, and a . . .
7 hour ago - Pink is the New Blog | Everybody's Business Is My
Little by little, we are getting news about this mysterious Star Wars movie from director Gareth Edwards. Last we heard, Aaron Paul was rumored to be on board, to possibly take on the role of Han Solo. And now it sounds like another fan favorit . . .
4 hour ago - Screen Rant / Chris Agar
'Fantastic Four' screenwriter Simon Kinberg explains why a crossover with 'X-Men' isn't happening right now, and how Dr. Doom will be portrayed in the reboot.
1/29/2015 - Obsessed With Film / Josh Wilding
The villainous team will return to Starling City later this year!
5 hour ago - Film School Rejects / Kate Erbland
The stakes of Brett Haley‘s I’ll See You In My Dreams may be relatively small, but the charming “hey, love can happen at any age” romantic comedy has such a big heart that it nearly instantaneously engages its lucky audience. Starring Blythe Da . . .
6 hour ago - Film School Rejects / Christopher Campbell
You may have heard about a new Kickstarter project to restore the first feature by Kelly Reichardt, now of Old Joy, Wendy and Lucy, Meek’s Cutoff and Night Moves fame. It’s definitely a good cause to save an old film that might otherwise become . . .
4 hour ago - Rotten Tomatoes
An emotionally open and honest film portrait, this documentary explores the highs and lows from boyhood to manhood that led the group to a London studio in 2012 to write a new album, make a film and plan their 20th anniversary re-launch. The re . . .
1/30/2015 - RopeofSilicon.com / Brad Brevet
This episode almost didn't happen, but we pulled it together with three reviews including Black Sea, Black or White and Project Almanac plus Laremy watches the Insurgent Super Bowl trailer live. This post, Podcast: Laremy Watches the 'Insurgen . . .
7 hour ago - Screen Rant / H. Shaw
John Constantine is called upon the save some college students from an otherworldly killer in 'Constantine' season 1, episode 11: 'A Whole World Out There.'
1/29/2015 - Twitch
Dances with Wolves. Field of Dreams. JFK. And now, Black or White. That's how Kevin Costner, who not only stars in, but financed this highly approachable light drama about contemporary race relations, is pitching the film. In his . . .
23 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Russ Fischer
The next directorial effort from James Franco will be an adaption of the John Steinbeck novel In Dubious Battle, and he has assembled a big-name cast: Selena Gomez, Vincent D’Onofrio, Robert Duvall, Ed Harris, Bryan Cranston and Danny McBride. . . .
21 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Russ Fischer
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 official knowledge b . . .
18 hour ago - Film School Rejects / Christopher Campbell
Now that Kristen Wiig has figuratively won the lottery with a lead role in the Ghostbusters reboot, it’s about time we heard some release info on the movie where her character literally wins the lottery. That’d be Welcome to Me, which debuted a . . .
5 hour ago - Vulture / Jada Yuan
If comedy is just a front to hide the darkness within, then Sarah Silverman has fully lifted the veil with her dramatic turn in the positively bleak I Smile Back. It’s a raw and fully-committed performance involving nudity, some horribly degra . . .
1/30/2015 - Film School Rejects / Christopher Campbell
It may not have received tremendous reviews out of the festivals last fall, but Sophie Barthes‘s Madame Bovary has a number of things going for it. On the top of the list is that it stars the wonderful Mia Wasikowska and may just be one of our . . .
1/29/2015 - slashfilm.com / Germain Lussier
You can’t keep a good bear down and, this summer, a not-so-good bear is back for more. Seth MacFarlane‘s Ted 2 hits theaters June 26 with the writer/director reprising his performance capture role as the foul-mouth, partying teddy bear came to . . .
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