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Star Wars Episode 8 VIII: The Last Jedi

“Star Wars: Episode VIII” Gets Official Title and Release Date of December 15, 2017

by Ed Liuon January 23, 2017
Lucasfilm and Walt Disney Studios have announced that the subtitle of Episode VIII in the Star Wars saga will be The Last Jedi, and will be released on December 15, 2017. The movie will be written and directed by Rian Johnson and produced by Kathleen Kennedy and Ram Bergman and executive produced by J.J. Abrams, […]

Movie Adaptation Of Tom Clancy’s The Division Has A Director

by Alex Beanon January 20, 2017
“The Division” – film adaptation of the Ubisoft video game “Tom Clancy’s The Division” will have Stephen Gaghan as its screenplay writer and director. The film will star Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Chastain and is based on the video game, where the aftermath of a small pox pandemic plagues an apocalyptic Manhattan. Gaghan’s latest film […]
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Patrick Stewart is the New Number 2 in Sony’s “The Emoji Movie”

by Ed Liuon January 20, 2017
Sony Pictures Animation presented their upcoming features at a presentation on Wednesday, revealing that Sir Patrick Stewart will be playing the role of the Poop Emoji in The Emoji Movie. Yes, really. His casting overshadowed the other new cast member announcements of new cast members Jennifer Coolidge, Maya Rudolph, and Jake T. Austin. Previously announced […]

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Sony’s Animated Spider-Man Movie Won’t Star Peter Parker

by Peter Paltridgeon January 18, 2017
All the current Spidey hype may be directed at Spider-Man: Homecoming, but let’s not forget Sony is also working on an animated version of the webslinger’s adventures, also set for theatrical release. But here’s something nobody knew until today: that movie won’t have Peter Parker in it. How can you have a Spider-Man movie without […]
Long Way North

Review: “Long Way North” – Short Version: Terrific

by Ed Liuon January 18, 2017
Long Way North (Tout en haute du monde) is a lyrically beautiful, engrossing, old-school adventure tale that sends a cosseted young girl on a journey of personal growth in one of the most unforgiving environments on Earth. Long Way North compares very favorably with Disney’s Moana, with the two films driven by daring lead characters […]

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Maisie Williams To Be Transformed Into A Clay Cavegirl

by Peter Paltridgeon January 18, 2017
Now that Dreamworks has cancelled Croods 2, and ABC refuses to turn their failed Cavemen sitcom into a feature film, who will deliver us a new movie based on Neanderthals? Aardman Animations has stepped up to the task and is now in production on Early Man, a stop-motion epic about a cave person with googly […]

Dick Gautier

Dick Gautier, Actor, 1931 – 2017

by Dan Collinson January 16, 2017
The Hollywood Reporter has reported that actor Dick Gautier died on Friday after a long illness. He was 85. Gautier achieved fame as playing Conrad Birdie in the original 1960 Broadway production of Bye, Bye Birdie. His performance earned him a Tony Award nomination. He was known to TV audiences as Hymie the Robot on […]

Green Lantern Is Back [You Can Decide If That Is Good Or Not]

by Alex Beanon January 13, 2017
Green Lantern is back – and no, not in the form of Ryan Reynolds – and you are free to decide whether you think that is good or not. Warner Bros. has decided to make a feature film titled “Green Lantern Corps” based on Hal Jordan [aka Green Lantern], only this time it will include […]