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Details On Extensive “Justice League” Reshoots

Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Films are reportedly spending approximately $25 million on extensive reshoots of "Justice League" that have gone on for roughly two months in London and Los Angeles so far says multiple sources for Variety. That's much...
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Second Trailer: “Thor: Ragnarok”

The second trailer and a new poster for Taika Waititi's "Thor: Ragnarok" are now online following their premiere at Marvel's San Diego Comic Con panel on Saturday. The story has Hela (Cate Blanchett) escaping millennia of imprisonment. She exiles...

Comic Con 2017 Promo: “Star Trek: Discovery”

Following the first trailers back in May, Netflix has now released a new Comic Con trailer for its upcoming "Star Trek: Discovery" series. Set before the events of the original series, the story follows the crew of the titular Federation...
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Second Trailer: “Justice League”

An extended four-minute second trailer for Zack Snyder's "Justice League" was unveiled this morning by Warner Bros. Pictures. The clip follows in the wake of last year's Comic Con sneak peek, and the first trailer from back in...

First Trailer: Spielberg’s “Ready Player One”

Immediately following its premiere at the Warner Bros. Pictures panel at San Diego Comic Con, the first trailer has arrived for Steven Spielberg's adaptation of Ernest Cline's novel "Ready Player One". The story set in a virtual world called Oasis...

“Avengers: Infinity War” Footage Screens At D23

The crowd at D23 were reportedly brought to their feet in the wake of the first screening of footage from "Avengers: Infinity War" at the D23 convention in Anaheim this morning. Robert Downey Jr., Josh Brolin, Tom...

“Star Wars: Last Jedi” Behind-The-Scenes Teaser

Following its screening at the live-action panel during Disney's D23 expo this morning, a new behind-the-scenes reel from Rian Johnson's "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" has gone online. Proper shots, outtakes, and even some new characters and creatures can be...

Leonard Maltin On Modern Film Criticism Issues

With the internet has come the democratisation of film reviewing. Now anyone can be a film reviewer, and their reviews don't have to be that good. Long-form review essays are easier to publish than ever, but are...

New “Black Panther” Photos & Details

Ahead of the San Diego Comic Con next week, Entertainment Weekly has revealed the their annual issue devoted to the con with Ryan Coogler's "Black Panther" at Marvel Studios serving as the feature story. A bunch of new photos from...

First Photos: DuVernay’s “A Wrinkle In Time”

The first photos have been released from Ava DuVernay's upcoming fantasy epic "A Wrinkle in Time" based on the classic Madeline L'Engle novel. The story follows an ordinary teenager named Meg (newcomer Storm Reid) who is whisked on a cosmic...

Nolan On “Dunkirk” Runtime, Cold Criticisms

Though he's much acclaimed, writer-director Christopher Nolan's obvious weakness as a director has been one of sensuality, sexuality and emotion. His films are often described as cold, calculated, ingenious puzzles - but they're also emotionally restrained, the female...

Ranking The Marvel Cinematic Universe Films

Updated As Of July 9th 2017 With the release of Marvel and Sony's "Spider-Man Homecoming" in cinemas, I decided it was time to look back at the sixteen films so far of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and figure out...

“Spider-Man: Homecoming” Pair Talk That Ending

The recently released "Spider-Man: Homecoming" ends in a way that has gotten fans talking for one notable big change to comics canon. Now, Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige has gone on the record about that change and why...

VOTD: The Most Traumatic PG Movie Moments

In the early 1980s, various western countries overhauled their film ratings systems and established a rating for people in their teenage years. Along with a universal G rating, a PG rating and a rating for adults (17 or...

“Apes” Video Teases Serkis’ Transformation

20th Century Fox has premiered a new clip for Matt Reeves' "War for the Planet of the Apes," the one-minute video starting with actor Andy Serkis in a mo-cap suit showing off his performance as Caesar. The clip then transitions...

VOTD: Neill Blomkamp’s “Firebase”

Following the release of the first work, the Sigourney Weaver-led "Rakka," filmmaker Neill Blomkamp has now unveiled the second indie sci-fi short film from his Oats Studios initiative. "Firebase" is set during the Vietnam war and follows a U.S. soldier...

Cruise Readies For Major Sixth “Mission” Stunt

Production is still underway on the sixth film in the "Mission: Impossible" franchise with director Christopher McQuarrie teasing some of the filming on social media. Months ago, producer David Ellison confirmed that the project would include an insane stunt set...

VOTD: The “Hook” Prequel Short Film “Bangarang”

After announcing a Kickstarter campaign last year which led to the raising of nearly $70,000 to complete it, actor and producer Dante Basco has now released the nearly twenty-minute short film "Bangarang" online. An unofficial prequel to Steven Spielberg's "Hook,"...

First “Spider-Man: Homecoming” Reactions

Sony Pictures has screened "Spider-Man: Homecoming" for the junket press who're usually very lenient on Marvel film titles, certainly more so than the wider film critics base. With this being the first Marvel Studios-approved "Spider-Man" film, it's expected...

Critics Have Not Been Kind To “Transformers”

The critics have torn Michael Bay's "Transformers: The Last Knight" a new one with the new film posting the worst critical aggregate scores of the franchise. To see how they compare on Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic, here's the...

Lord & Miller Exit “Han Solo” Mid-Filming

In a shock turn of events, directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller have exited the still-untitled Han Solo movie which is currently in production. In a statement released by Kathleen Kennedy, president of Lucasfilm on StarWars.com, she says: "Phil...

Schumacher Apologises For “Batman & Robin” Again

It has been two decades since Joel Schumacher's legendarily terrible "Batman & Robin" was unleashed upon the world and was so bad it basically put the franchise on ice for a decade until Christopher Nolan masterfully rebooted it with...

E3 2017: Nintendo Switch

The last of the major E3 press conferences came today with Nintendo premiering all their trailers and gameplay videos, including one of the biggest game reveals - "Super Mario Odyssey" which hits this Halloween. Also on the way are "Yoshi,"...

E3 2017: Sony PlayStation

Sony's E3 presentation certainly had far more in the way of exclusives than rival Microsoft, but new AAA game announcements were a bit thin with only a few new titles being revealed and surprisingly no PS4 Pro price drop. Most...

E3 2017: Ubisoft

Skipping live interview segments this year, French game publisher Ubisoft opted to use their press conference to announce a bunch of new titles and show off announcement trailers, gameplay trailers and behind-the-scenes footage from numerous upcoming titles. Check...

E3 2017: Bethesda

Bethesda Softworks held their third E3 Showcase today following on from a year that saw the releases of the likes of "Dishonored 2," "Prey" and the recent 'Morrowind Online'. The biggest announcements were several new sequels including "Wolfenstein II: The...

E3 2017: Microsoft Xbox

Microsoft held its E3 press conference this morning and, along with the Xbox One X announcement, revealed a bunch of reveal trailers and gameplay videos for titles in coming months from the company. In terms of Microsoft exclusives for Xbox...

E3 2017: Electronic Arts

Electronic Arts has just wrapped up their EA Play press conference, the first of five major press events taking place at this year's E3. Check out the details of the important announcements and major new game trailers screened. Star...

What Are The Most Acclaimed Comic Book Films?

Updated with Full Results Current As Of May 31st 2017. Comic book fans have always argued about which film adaptation of their favourite property is the best. You can argue box-office until the cows come home, the fact of the...

VOTD: “Adam McKay’s Smart Dumb Comedy”

In the world of American feature comedies, the past 10-15 years have been dominated by two distinct talents - Judd Apatow and Adam McKay. Apatow's influence is obvious. He's every bit as slavish an adherent to "As Good As...

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