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Forster Reflects On Bond Dud “Quantum”

While 2006's "Casino Royale" remains widely considered one of the best Bond films to date, 2008's follow-up "Quantum of Solace" remains one of its most troubled at best and terrible at worst. Running half an hour less and costing considerably...

VOTD: Amazing “Indiana Jones” Animated Titles

Netherlands animator Patrick Schoenmaker has previously worked for Lucasfilm and spent time over the past five years lovingly crafting the opening sequence for a potential animated TV series titled "The Adventures of Indiana Jones". Today, he's put the...

John Malkovich Is David Lynch’s Creations

Actor John Malkovich is teaming with a bunch of famed composers for "Psychogenic Fugue," a series of vignettes that are part of a new project sponsored by the David Lynch Foundation. In the shorts, Malkovich reenacts scenes from the filmmaker's...

John Carpenter Slams Rob Zombie’s “Halloween”

Horror legend John Carpenter ("Halloween," "The Thing") is a man who is quite bluntly honest about not just other's works but the various remakes of his own films - even the ones he scored a producer credit on. Earlier this...

David Lynch: Cable TV Is “The New Arthouse”

Try as they might, even the most ardent of cinephiles can't ignore the impact of television anymore. As production values have increased, episode counts have shrunk and risks are taken, top talent from the film world is flocking...

Young Males Want More R-Rated Movies

From being a major Warner Bros. Pictures executive to a producer on the "Transformers," "G.I. Joe" and "RED" franchises, Lorenzo di Bonaventura is a man who knows how to get behind films that consistently make money. In a...

Five Epic New “Power Rangers” Posters

Lionsgate & Saban Films have released a bunch of new posters for the upcoming cinematic reboot of the "Power Rangers" franchise. The one-sheets feature the young cast of heroes suited up, without helmets, resting on their gargantuan Dinozords. ...

Angela Lansbury Performs “Beauty” Song Live

Angela Lansbury is 90 years old and can still knock 'em dead. The legendary actress returned to Alice Tully Hall on Sunday evening for the Film Society of Lincoln Center's exclusive screening celebrating the 25th anniversary home video edition of...

The 2016 Emmy Award Winners

The Television Academy has revealed the winners of the 68th Annual Emmy Awards winners at The Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. The Emmys, famous for sticking with safe choices, saw some change this year and offered long...

A Final Batch Of “Civil War” Concept Art

"Captain America: Civil War" is now out for fans on Blu-ray, DVD, and VOD and will likely get plenty of watching and re-watching in days to come. Today, some of the final pieces of concept art from the...

Photo: J.K. Simmons In “Justice League”

To celebrate Batman Day, "Justice League" director Zack Snyder has revealed a first look at J.K. Simmons as Commissioner Gordon alongside the Bat-Signal in the upcoming "Justice League" film. At the same time he's posted another photo, this...

“Fifty Shades Darker” Breaks “Wars” Trailer Record

Following the release of the official first trailer for "Fifty Shades Darker" earlier this week comes word that this clip for the second installment of the S&M-themed erotic franchise racked up 114 million views across platforms in its first...

Photo: Tactical Batsuit On “Justice League” Set

Filming on Zack Snyder's "Justice League" is entering its final weeks and the filmmaker has just released this new shot of Ben Affleck in what's been dubbed the film's new "Tactical Batsuit" - something obviously less imposing and heavy...

John Lithgow As The Joker? It Nearly Happened

After Richard Donner's "Superman" took flight and before Tim Burton's "Batman" showed how you could drastically change the tone for a superhero, there was a period in the early 1980s when Warner Bros. Pictures attempted to get a different...

“Fury Road” Without FX Clip A Viral Sensation

First posted last Thursday on YouTube, a clip related to "Mad Max: Fury Road" has become something of a minor viral sensation - clocking up 1.72 million views (and climbing) on social media. That is impressive for a clip related...

Verhoeven On What The “Robocop” Reboot Got Wrong

In the 1980s and 1990s, Dutch film director Paul Verhoeven crafted some of the most iconic sci-fi films ever made in the still beloved "Total Recall" and "Robocop". Both films scored remakes in recent years, neither of which...

New Photos From The “Assassin’s Creed” Film

While everyone's got their focus on "Rogue One," "Fantastic Beasts," "Doctor Strange" or the various awards film contenders, there's one other major property scoring a release around year's end to keep an eye on - the film adaptation of...

“Ben-Hur,” “BFG” Are Summer’s Biggest Bombs

With the Summer box-office over, the bodies left in its wake are now being assessed and not unsurprisingly it is Timur Bekmambetov's "Ben-Hur" remake which is seen as the biggest dud according to THR. Consulting multiple box-office analysts, the trade...

“Force Awakens” VFX Reel Shows Impressive Visuals

Though J.J. Abrams spoke a lot about how many practical effects were used while filming "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," there's no question that an absolute ton of computer animation was also employed. In a new four-minute visual effects house...

Fall 2016 TV Series Premiere Dates

The new Fall TV season is set to kick off shortly with series both old and new set to be launched in the United States over the next few weeks. With so many show on it can prove...

A Look Back At The Summer 2016 Box-Office

The Summer 2016 box-office has come to a close with this year's domestic haul in a dead heat with last year's at around $4.48 billion, the second best showing behind 2013. Yet the total doesn't tell the whole...

First Reviews: Barry Jenkins’ “Moonlight”

Following a solid debut with "Medicine for Melancholy," filmmaker Barry Jenkins returns with the drama "Moonlight" - a triptych that looks at the life of a young gay black man in Florida. We've had numerous films score rave...

First Reviews: Mel Gibson’s “Hacksaw Ridge”

Mel Gibson's "Hacksaw Ridge" premiered at the Venice Film Festival last night, the brutal WW2 tale stars Andrew Garfield as Desmond Doss, a conscientious objector who enlisted in the US Army during World War II as a medic. He...

First Reviews: Tom Ford’s “Nocturnal Animals”

In the wake of the unanimously gushing reviews for both Damien Chazelle's "La La Land" and Denis Villeneuve's "Arrival," the world premiere reaction to fashion designer turned filmmaker Tom Ford's sophomore film at the Venice Film Festival has proven...

First “Arrival” Reviews Gush With Praise

Following its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival earlier today, the first batch of reviews for "Prisoners" and "Sicario" director Denis Villeneuve's highly anticipated science fiction drama "Arrival" have come in and are glowing. Check out some...

First “La La Land” Reviews Are Major Raves

This week kicks off the real awards season rumble with the launch of the Venice Film Festival and the debut of what looked like two contenders - Derek Cianfrance's period drama "The Light Between Oceans" and Damien Chazelle's "La...

Gene Wilder Talks Movies In His Final Interview

Right up until he passed away this week, Gene Wilder was one of those actors who deliberately lived out of the media spotlight. What few interviews he gave were special, with the last one taking place in June...

“The Killing Joke” Gets A Brutal Honest Trailer

The hope was it would be the great animated film adaptation of what is considered one of (if not the) definitive Batman graphic novel. We got that for the most part in the film's second half, the trouble...

Gordon-Levitt: “Dark Knight Rises” Is A Perfect Ending

Even before it began production, filmmaker Christopher Nolan made it quite clear that he came back for 2012's "The Dark Knight Rises" because it wasn't going to be just another chapter in a long-running series. Instead it was...

R.I.P. Gene Wilder

The one and only legendary Gene Wilder has died at the age of 83. Wilder passed away in his home earlier today from complications due to Alzheimer's disease. Wilder's career spans so many cinematic classics its almost impossible to...

FX’s “Archer” To End With Season Ten

The CW Planning A “Dynasty” Reboot

Forster Reflects On Bond Dud “Quantum”

Trading Cards Offer New “Rogue One” Artwork

Craig Is “Absolutely First Choice” For Bond

Photos: Lange, Sarandon Filming FX’s “Feud

Angelina Jolie To “Shoot Like A Girl”

“Star Trek” Cast & Crew Aren’t Trump Fans

“Fast 8” Trailer Launches December 11th

Nolan Scores Big Pay Day For “Dunkirk”

Hemsworth, Shannon Team On “Horse Soldiers”

Lee Daniels Plans Lee Daniels Musical Biopic

Zac Efron To Produce “Straight to Hell”

New Photos: Watson In “Beauty and the Beast”

“Legends” Photos Reveal The Justice Society

Gilliam’s “Don Quixote” Delayed Again

Karl Urban Wraps Work On “Thor: Ragnarok”

FX Orders Singleton’s “Snowfall” To Series

Froseth To Lead “Let The Right One In” Series