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Rosamund Pike on the Joys of Being David Fincher's 'Gone Girl'

Posted By Drew Taylor on Oct 1st 2014 3:26PM
Rosamund Pike isn't necessarily a name you're familiar with now. But get familiar, because she's about to be a huge star. Pike has essayed small but memorable roles in "Pride and Prejudice" (interesting biographical aside: she was once engaged to this film's director, the insanely talented Joe Wright), "Jack Reacher," and "The World's End," but she was always just shy of landing that breakthrough... read more

Is Ethan Hawke Becoming 'Doctor Strange'?

Posted By Kelly Woo on October 10, 2014
Goodbye, Joaquin Phoenix; hello, Ethan Hawke? This Is Infamous claims that Marvel is considering Hawke to play the titular character in its upcoming "Doctor Strange" movie. Phoenix has long been rumored for the role, but sources tell the site that Marvel moved on after the actor balked at a multi-picture deal. The choice of Hawke makes sense. He previously worked with director Scott...

'Star Wars: Episode VII' Rumor Roundup: Searching for Luke Skywalker

Posted By Kelly Woo on October 10, 2014
Another day, another "Star Wars: Episode VII" rumor. Actually, two rumors. Slashfilm dug up two rumors around Luke Skywalker's role in "Episode 7." As with all rumors, they are unverified. Director J.J. Abrams has been keeping a tight lid on details about the movie's plot and characters. The first is from a Star Wars 7 News message board and describes a scene in which Daisy Ridley's...

Watch Matthew McConaughey Explore the Galaxy in This New 'Interstellar' Trailer

Posted By Jenni Miller on October 10, 2014
If you're a diehard spoiler freak, the latest "Interstellar" trailer is for you. Okay, it doesn't really give a whole lot away -- it's still, like, totally cosmic and mysterious -- but if you want to go in blind, well, this isn't the way to do it. Once again, we've got the dusty-looking Earth, which will be pretty much toast in another generation or so, at least according to MIchael Caine's...

These Four Exclusive 'Mortdecai' Posters Feature Must-See Mustaches

Posted By Drew Taylor on October 10, 2014
The last time writer/director David Koepp and international man of mystery Johnny Depp teamed up, it was for the kooky, woefully under-appreciated Stephen King adaptation "Secret Window," a movie that ended with Depp, his teeth entwined with metallic braces, chomping down on some corn-on-the-cob. For their newest collaboration, January's "Mortdecai," the duo have decided to put the silliness out...

Take a Peek at the Plagues in This Stunning 'Exodus: Gods and Kings' Trailer

Posted By Jenni Miller on October 10, 2014
Sibling rivalry is taken to new heights in this trailer for Ridley Scott's "Exodus: Gods and Kings." Ramses (Joel Edgerton) and Moses (Christian Bale) were raised together, but once Moses gets the hot tip that he's actually supposed to lead the Israelites out of slavery, well, these bros come to blows. This trailer gives us a taste of just how large and in charge Scott's vision is for this...

'Twilight' Gets New Life With Facebook Short Film Contest

Posted By Jenni Miller on October 10, 2014
Gird your loins, and get out your sparkles 'cause there's more "Twilight" coming our way - via Facebook! If you're an aspiring female filmmaker with a taste for "Twilight," listen up. "The Storytellers - New Creative Voices of The 'Twilight' Saga" is an upcoming competition cooked up by "Twilight" distributor Lionsgate and author Stephenie Meyer that will award five female filmmakers the...

Miles Teller Says the 'Fantastic Four' Reboot Is 'Different in Every Way' From Original

Posted By Katie Roberts on September 09, 2014
Miles Teller understands that moviegoers may be suffering from superhero fatigue by the time the "Fantastic Four" reboot rolls around next summer. But the future Mr. Fantastic says that the upcoming flick is unlike its predecessors -- and will set itself apart from the comic book pack. In an interview with Vulture, Teller opened up about the new "Four," telling the site that "It's different...

'Tetris' Will Become a Movie for Some Reason

Posted By Katie Roberts on September 09, 2014
If you've ever played classic video game "Tetris" and thought, This would make a great movie!, you're in luck: The Gameboy staple will be getting the big screen treatment. The Wall Street Journal reports that the Tetris Company is partnering with Threshold Entertainment to turn the falling blocks game into a live-action film, which filmmakers are already touting as a win. "It's a very big,...

Tom Hanks Comedy Classic 'Big' Set For Fox Series Remake

Posted By Katie Roberts on September 09, 2014
"Big," the 1988 comedy that earned a fresh-faced Tom Hanks an Oscar nomination, is getting the remake treatment as a TV series. The Hollywood Reporter writes that Fox is looking to make an "event series" out of the Penny Marshall movie, and the project will be scripted by "Enlisted" co-creators Kevin Biegel and Mike Royce. THR describes the small screen "Big" as a "half-hour comedy, which is...

Genesis Rodriguez Talks 'Tusk,' and Has Some Choice Words for the Naysayers

Posted By Chris Jancelewicz on September 09, 2014
"Tusk" is all sorts of f**ked up. The latest from the mind of director Kevin Smith ("Mallrats," "Red State") promises to challenge your assumptions about his filmmaking, and that's putting it lightly. The lone female in the leading ensemble, Genesis Rodriguez, is as gung-ho about the movie as an actor can be, even though she's a self-professed "scaredy cat." Since the movie is nearly...

The Trailer For 'Tak3n' (AKA: Taken 3) Has Arrived (VIDEO)

Posted By Brian Trinh on September 09, 2014
The trailer for Taken 3 err... "Tak3n", is out and it looks like Liam Neeson is back to his old ways of kicking ass and taking names. After two successful movies featuring a weary Bryan Mills traveling around the world killing criminals to protect his family, "Tak3n" looks to inject a few twists in what could be the final film of the franchise. Based on the trailer, it looks like...

'Taken 3' Trailer: Liam Neeson Is Ready to Face the Consequences

Posted By Kelly Woo on September 09, 2014
Can't Liam Neeson catch a break? First, in "Taken," the guy's daughter is kidnapped. Then, in "Taken 2," his ex-wife is kidnapped. Now, in "Taken 3," he's being set up for murder. The first full-length trailer for "Tak3n" is now online, and it's much of what you'd expect. Neeson's Bryan Mills is growly and determined. His daughter (Maggie Grace) is confused and sad. Forest Whitaker joins...

Ben Affleck Has Words With Neil Patrick Harris in This Exclusive 'Gone Girl' Clip (VIDEO)

Posted By Drew Taylor on September 09, 2014
There are few movies that are currently being talked about as much as "Gone Girl," David Fincher's adaptation of the best-selling novel that seemingly everybody read (original author Gillian Flynn wrote the screenplay for the movie). "Gone Girl" has a starry cast (anchored by Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike), a wonderfully twisty-turny narrative, and a can't-stop-listening-to-it score by Trent...

Netflix's First Original Movie Will Be A Sequel

Posted By Brian Trinh on September 09, 2014
Michelle Yeoh returns as Yu Shu-Lien in "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend". Netflix has found plenty of success with "Orange Is The New Black" but it looks like the online video-streaming service is experimenting with a new colour: green. The company announced on Tuesday that it will be releasing "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend", its first original movie...

'The Guest' Star Dan Stevens Reveals That Method Man Is a Huge 'Downton Abbey' Fan

Posted By Drew Taylor on September 09, 2014
On October 10th, one of our very favorite movies of the year expands nationwide, to about 500 screens, after building considerable word-of-mouth and sterling reviews. That movie is "The Guest." And instead of being a stuffy art house movie, which follows a similar rollout (and achieves comparable buzz), "The Guest" is a down-and-dirty genre movie and probably the most fun 100 minutes you'll have...

David Fincher Considered Directing 'Star Wars: Episode VII'

Posted By Kelly Woo on September 09, 2014
When "Star Wars: Episode VII" was just a gleam in LucasFilm's eye, a slew of directors were rumored for the job. J.J. Abrams ended up winning that derby, but, oh, what could've been! One of those "what if" scenarios that apparently was close to fruition is a David Fincher-directed "Episode VII." The master behind "Se7en," "Fight Club," and the new "Gone Girl" considered taking on the newest...

'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon' Sequel Set as Netflix's First Feature Film

Posted By Kelly Woo on September 09, 2014
Netflix already has networks shaking in their boots; now, it's Hollywood movie studios' turn. The online streaming service announced that it is partnering with the Weinstein Company to release their first original feature film - a sequel to the 2000 martial arts film "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." The film will premiere on Netflix and in select IMAX theaters on Aug. 28, 2015. It stars...

The First 'Inherent Vice' Trailer Is Finally Upon Us (VIDEO)

Posted By Tim Hayne on September 09, 2014
The first trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's "Inherent Vice" has finally been unleashed to the world, and it's nothing short of amazing. With an all-star cast that includes Joaquin Phoenix, Reese Witherspoon, Josh Brolin, Owen Wilson, and Benicio Del Toro, the Thomas Pynchon adaptation feels alive with humor, weirdness, and the perfect amount of cool. In fact, one could call it whimsical. Sort...

What to Watch This Week: 'Chef,' 'The Vampire Diaries,' 'In A World...'

Posted By Jenni Miller on September 09, 2014
At a loss for what to watch this week? From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what's streaming on Netflix, we've got you covered. New on DVD and Blu-ray "Chef" Jon Favreau wrote and directed this delicious comedy about a chef named Carl Casper, who quits the biz to start a food truck with help from fellow chef Martin (John Leguizamo) and Carl's son Percy. Sofía Vergara plays Carl's ex-wife,...

'SNL' Parody Proves Audiences Will See Anything Marvel Makes (VIDEO)

Posted By Katie Roberts on September 09, 2014
"Guardians of the Galaxy" star Chris Pratt hosted the 40th season premiere of "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, and the show couldn't help but poke fun at Marvel's success with the unlikely superhero flick -- and audiences' undying support for seemingly anything and everything the studio produces. In a fake trailer for supposed upcoming Marvel releases, an announcer notes that "Marvel can't...

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