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6:54 PM - Wednesday, December 17, 2014
7 hour ago - Film School Rejects / Neil Miller
The world of movies is a little darker today thanks to the cancellation of The Interview‘s release over threats from a group of hackers. Theaters backed down then Sony backed out. It’s all gone to hell in a fear-soaked hand basket. Then Univers . . .
9 hour ago - NPR
Louis Zamperini was an Olympian before he enlisted in World War II and became a prisoner of war. Jolie says he told her to "make a film that reminds people that they have greatness inside themselves."
9 hour ago - Rotten Tomatoes
Suitably grim, epic, and action-packed, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies ends Peter Jackson's second Middle-earth trilogy on a rousing high note.
8 hour ago - RollingStone.com
When a stage musical as beloved as Annie hits the big screen and falls ignominiously on its fat one, you might ask: WTF? For starters, updating the Depression-era tale to NYC 2014 is a really dumb idea. The strain of the shoehorning is evident . . .
7 hour ago - Rotten Tomatoes
Get ready for the wildest and most adventure-filled Night At the Museum ever as Larry (Ben Stiller) spans the globe, uniting favorite and new characters while embarking on an epic quest to save the magic before it is gone forever. (c) Fox
7 hour ago - Screen Rant / Kofi Outlaw
As 2014 draws to a close, we look back at 7 movies (and a few honorable mentions) that people either hated or loved.
7 hour ago - indieWIRE News / Eric Kohn
Editor's note: In light of recent threats by a hacking organization to attack theaters scheduled to screen "The Interview" on Christmas Day, Sony announced today that it has canceled the release of the film. However, there's another movie alrea . . .
8 hour ago - Screen Rant / H. Shaw
'Agent Carter' gets ready for a night at the office in a new clip, and leaps into action on a poster for Marvel's newest show.
9 hour ago - ComingSoon.net - 30 most recent stories / Silas Lesnick
Check out on-set photos of Scarlett Johansson, Bill Murray, Christopher Walken and more! The post Jon Favreau Takes You Behind the Scenes of The Jungle Book appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
7 hour ago - Movie, TV, DVD, Blu-ray News - MovieWeb
Andy Serkis confirms that he is playing not playing more than one character in 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'. [...]
9 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Angie Han
If Apollo Creed’s grandson is the new Rocky, he may just have found his new Adrian. Dear White People actress Tessa Thompson has been cast in the female lead role of Creed, MGM’s upcoming Rocky spinoff. Ryan Coogler is directing the new movie, . . .
13 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Peter Sciretta
On June 12th 2014, I visited the London set of Avengers: Age of Ultron. In October, we posted our on set interviews with Mark Ruffalo and Robert Downey Jr. Today we’ve been given the green light to publish our interview with Avengers series dir . . .
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14 hour ago - indieWIRE News / Ben Travers
We've seen what 2017 will look like, and frankly, we don't like it. We're not talking about anything that happens in the new, 30-second "Parks and Recreation" trailer — that we'll leave for you to see for yourself — but instead a future with . . .
9 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Germain Lussier
It feels like every single week there’s a new story about Baby Groot. Whether it be a new toy version of the character, a piece of art, or discussion of the scene itself, everyone just wants more information about the hilarious ending to Guardi . . .
15 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Angie Han
David Ayer already has a bevy of big-name stars lined up for his DC adaptation Suicide Squad, including Jared Leto, Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Tom Hardy, and Cara Delevingne. But he’s still got room for one more in his collection. According to . . .
11 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Angie Han
We saw some pretty major trailers in 2014. There were trailers for sequels 10, 20, even 30 years in the making; ones for mysterious passion projects; and trailers for adaptations of beloved books. But only one trailer gets to be the most major . . .
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