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8:56 PM - Wednesday, April 16, 2014
7 hour ago - on Hitfix
Despite being cut early in the editing process, Anna Paquin's Rogue has made her way back into director Bryan Singer's sequel.http://www.hitfix.com
9 hour ago - indieWIRE News
It might be hard to believe, but it's been a whopping seven years since Eli Roth's last feature-length effort, "Hostel: Part II." He's finally back in theaters this September with another horror project, "The Green Inferno," and if the just-rel . . .
4 hour ago - Hollywood Reporter - Movies / Borys Kit
"Elf" writer David Berenbaum is writing the script, while director Chris Columbus and Robin Williams are attached to the comedy. read more
9 hour ago - Vulture
On May 2, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 hits theaters and at the end, after all the credits, there will be a clip for X-Men: Days of Future Past. While post-credit scenes are old hat with comic book movies (or old mask, if you will), this is notewo . . .
4 hour ago - Movie, TV, DVD, Blu-ray News - MovieWeb
Antoine Fuqua directs this action-thriller about a former black ops agent who comes out of retirement to rescue a teenage prostitute. [...]
6 hour ago - Film School Rejects / Samantha Wilson
When Anchorman 2 was announced, the Adam McKay and Will Ferrell collaboration was a blessing for fans of the original film. Sure, another Anchorman movie meant that Ron Burgundy, Champ, Brian and the whole gang would be back for a new adventure . . .
7 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Angie Han
A Tupac Shakur biopic has been in the works for a long, long time — so long, in fact, that it was starting to look like the film would never actually happen. But now it’s finally coming together for real, with a distributor and everything. Open . . .
8 hour ago - Hollywood Reporter - Movies / Graeme Mcmillan
This summer's big Marvel movie isn't just the "Avengers in Space," as the teaser that ran during last night's episode of "Agents of SHIELD" emphasizes.read more
8 hour ago - Film Junk
When it was first announced that Peter Jackson was going to be turning The Hobbit into a trilogy, there were plenty of fans who worried that it would be spreading the story too thin. Most of the reviews for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey see . . .
6 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Germain Lussier
The All Terrain Armored Transport, better known as an AT-AT, was first seen on the snow planet of Hoth. It was then seen guarding Imperial bases on the forest moon of Endor. Now, it’s been spotted in the deserts of Tatooine…maybe. After reports . . .
18 hour ago - RogerEbert Headlines / Odie Henderson
I am conflicted about "Heaven is for Real," which proves this is a better movie than you might expect. It has some good performances, a sense of humor and an adorable little boy as its lead. It has actors you’ll recognize, like Oscar nominees G . . .
6 hour ago - Movie, TV, DVD, Blu-ray News - MovieWeb
The actor has been training with the Los Angeles Fire Department for his role in this 3D disaster movie, which starts shooting next week. [...]
8 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Russ Fischer
At one point Peter Jackson‘s adaptation of The Hobbit was going to be two films, with one subtitled An Unexpected Journey and the second called There and Back Again. Now, with the series standing as three films, the final chapter is still calle . . .
6 hour ago - Rotten Tomatoes
Admittedly vulgar and ludicrous, Fading Gigolo gets a surprising amount of mileage out of the entertaining chemistry between its starring duo.
15 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Angie Han
Chloë Grace Moretz is no stranger to (onscreen) life-or-death situations. She’s played a superhero, a vampire, and a telekinetic outsider with a furious grudge. But she’s never been in one quite like this. Directed by R.J. Cutler (The September . . .
9 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Germain Lussier
The very second people fell in love with Gareth Evans‘ 2011 Indonesian martial arts film, The Raid, two things became inevitable: a sequel and a remake. That’s just the way the business works. While The Raid 2 is now in theaters (and even bette . . .
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