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My Little Pony is galloping to a new adventure.
The beloved animated series is hitting the big screen this October, and People has an exclusive first look at what lies in store for fans of its colorful four-footed characters, who are literally taking the plunge.
After a dark force threatens their home, the Mane 6 transform into sea-ponies for a journey that will take them under the sea, where they’ll meet new friends and face challenges on a special quest. »
- Ale Russian
18 May 2017 10:00 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Directed by Tony Bancroft and Scott Christian Sava, Animal Crackers centers on a family who must use a magical box of Animal Crackers to save a run-down circus from being taken over by their evil uncle, Horatio P. Huntington.The catch is, once anyone eats an animal cracker, they turn into that animal.
- Rebecca Ford
“I’m the king of the world!”
Everyone knows that Art Hill, in front of the St. Louis Art Museum, is a great place to go sledding in the winter. But did you know it’s a great place to see movies in the summer?
Their line-up for their annual Friday night film series has been announced and it’s sure to draw thousands. This year, to tie into the museum’s Reigning Men: Fashion in Menswear exhibit, the film series’ theme is ‘Best Dressed’ From the glitz and glamour of old Hollywood cinema to the elegance of modern-day movies, costumes have the power to bring a character to life or capture a moment in history. This summer we’re rolling out the red carpet in celebration of Oscar’s Best Dressed.
The We Are Movie Geeks gang always goes to these, so if you wanna hang with the cool kids, »
- Tom Stockman
Miranda took to Twitter on Friday to share a hilarious selfie of himself and his Mary Poppins Returns co-star.
"Emily: But why do they want a selfie, Me: I dunno," the 37-year-old actor captioned the silly snap.
Blunt stars as Mary Poppins in the Disney sequel to the 1964 classic, expected to hit theaters in December 2018, while Miranda plays a lamplighter, Jack. Colin Firth, Meryl Streep and Angela Lansbury round out the cast, with Dick Van Dyke making a special cameo appearance.
"It is not »
As the release for Doug Liman’s latestThe Wall (a war film starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson and John Cena) quickly approaches this weekend, the Edge of Tomorrow director has found himself explaining his reasons for walking away from the oft-delayed X-Men spinoff Gambit.
Speaking to Collider, Liman stated: “I never formed a connection. Many of these movies, I don’t have the connection on day one, but I find the connection. I just never found it. I don’t always find a connection. I want to make a movie that, if anybody else made it, it would be different.”
In other news, Liman recently confirmed that the long-awaited Edge of Tomorrow sequel is titled Live Die Repeat and Repeat and will reunite both Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt. Meanwhile, he also discussed his upcoming DC project Justice League Dark, stating that it will be “very character driven and intimate” and revealing »
- Robert Kojder
Live Die Repeat and Repeat: Doug Liman, who directed Edge of Tomorrow, has confirmed that he remains on-board to helm the sequel. He also says that the project has now been titled Live Die Repeat and Repeat -- echoing marketing material for the original (above) -- and that Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt are "excited" about appearing in the sequel. [Collider] A Star Is Born: Dave Chappelle has joined the cast of A Star Is Born. He will play an old friend of Bradley Cooper, who is starring alongside Stefani Germanotta, also known as Lady Gaga. Cooper is directing. Andrew Dice Clay and Sam Elliott are already set to costar. The movie is slated for release on September 28, 2018. [THR] Untitled Comedy: Will Ferrell (Daddy's Home, above left) and...
- Peter Martin
What’s in a name? Quite a lot, when it comes to the movies.
Though critics hailed Doug Liman’s “Edge of Tomorrow” as a gripping and clever sci-fi thriller with a great concept, it fumbled at the box office in 2014, only making $29 million in its opening weekend against a budget of $178 million. For an action-packed movie starring Tom Cruise, with a buzzy director at the helm, and Emily Blunt to boot, that’s not great.
Many attributed this to the wishy-washy title, which Warner Bros. changed from “All You Need Is Kill,” the title of the Japanese novel on which the movie was based. Liman and the studio then pushed a different title for the DVD and Blu-ray release, stamping every VOD release with: “Live. Die. Repeat.” That title »
- Jude Dry
Author: Scott Davis
There have been a few underrated blockbusters over the last few years but perhaps none have had the critical and audience response to them quite like Edge of Tomorrow. The 2014 action sci-fi extravaganza, directed by Doug Liman (The Bourne Identity) and starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, wasn’t a huge success when it first came out (grossing $370million from a $178million budget) but was a firm favourite of many.
It’s Groundhog Day-esque premise, which saw Cruise’s Maj. William Cage thrown into a war with seemingly impenetrable aliens, only to relive the same brutal battle over and over again – dying pretty much every time due to a strange time loop. His only hope of survival stands with Emily Blunt’s Rita Vrataski, who trains him to become a more effective killer and to help him stay alive.
The film had a great premise, great visual and a compelling, »
- Scott Davis
It's rare that a sci-fi movie leaves as much of an impression as Doug Liman's Edge of Tomorrow, without being a sequel/prequel/remake or based on a comic book (it was an adaptation of a Japanese novel titled All You Need Is Kill). Written by Christopher McQuarrie (Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation), it stared Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, the former playing an unlikely soldier, who gets trapped in a time loop, repeating the same day every time he dies. Edge of Tomorrow is one of the more memorable alien invasion movies this decade, with its Groundhog Day elements allowing for all sorts of action, horrors, and humor.
Edge of Tomorrow had a title problem. I was working at a movie theater in 2014, and most guests would ask for a ticket for "that Tom Cruise movie." Others called it Live Die Repeat, which was actually the tagline from the poster. »
- Nick Doll
Edge Of Tomorrow, or indeed Live Die Repeat, aka All You Need Is Kill will be getting a sequel. The Edge Of Tomorrow 2 title will be Live Die Repeat and Repeat and will be brought to the screen by the first film’s director Doug Liman sometime in the near future. Hopefully.
“We have an amazing story! It’s incredible! Way better than the first film, and I obviously loved the first film. It will be called Live Die Repeat and Repeat. Tom [Cruise] is excited about it, and Emily Blunt is excited about it. The big question is just when we’ll do it. But it’s not an if, it’s a when. »
- Paul Heath
Simon Brew May 8, 2017
Far be it from us to tell highly-paid marketing people at Warner Bros how to go about selling their movies, but we still can’t help but wonder if all of the lessons of 2014’s excellent Edge Of Tomorrow have yet to be digested. The movie earned terrific reviews, and justifiably so, yet was hurt by a marketing campaign that didn’t quite know how to sell the film.
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Live Die Repeat and Repeat: Doug Liman, who directed Edge of Tomorrow, has confirmed that he remains on board to helm the sequel. He also says that the project has now been titled Live Die Repeat and Repeat -- echoing marketing material for the original (above) -- and that Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt are "excited" about appearing in the sequel. [Collider] A Star Is Born: Dave Chappelle has joined the cast of A Star Is Born. He will play an old friend of Bradley...
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Coming Soon The Glass Castle sets a release date for August. Yay. We love a counterprogrammed adult drama in the summer
Film School Rejects on the proliferation of streaming services. A bursting bubble?
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- NATHANIEL R
Director Doug Liman has revealed to Collider that the film is going by the title of Live Die Repeat and Repeat, as well as confirming that Emily Blunt’s Sergeant Rita Vrataski will be back alongside Tom Cruise’s Major Bill Cage.
“We have an amazing story! It’s incredible! Way better than the first film, and I obviously loved the first film. It will be called Live Die Repeat and Repeat. Tom is excited about it, and Emily Blunt is excited about it. The big question is just when we’ll do it. But it’s not an if, it’s a when.”
Liman has previously bigged up the project on a massive scale, going as far as to claim that it will “revolutionize how people make sequels. »
- Gary Collinson
Doug Liman’s 2014 action film Edge Of Tomorrow was pretty good, but it struggled to make much of an impact. Many people attributed this to its generic title, which didn’t tell you anything about the fact that it was about Tom Cruise dying over and over and over again while he and Emily Blunt tried to figure out how to kill alien monsters. Warner Bros. even tried to hide the original title on the film’s DVD and Blu-ray packaging, rebranding it with the tagline Live. Die. Repeat. instead. Liman is currently working on DC’s Justice League Dark, but in an interview Collider, he revealed that he has a new title in mind if he gets a chance to make an Edge Of Tomorrow sequel.
Apparently, Liman hopes to call the film Live Die Repeat And Repeat, which is definitely more descriptive than the original title. It ...
- Sam Barsanti
Back in October, director Doug Liman teased that the follow-up to his hit action-thriller Edge of Tomorrow will serve as both a sequel and prequel to the original movie. While it still isn't known when this follow-up will get into production, the filmmaker teased during a recent interview that the movie is still happening, and that it will be called Live Die Repeat and Repeat, instead of Edge of Tomorrow 2. Here's what the filmmaker had to say during a recent interview, revealing the new title.
"We have an amazing story! It's incredible! Way better than the first film, and I obviously loved the first film. It will be called Live Die Repeat and Repeat. Tom Cruise is excited about it, and Emily Blunt is excited about it. The big question is just when we'll do it. But it's not an if, it's a when."
Tom Cruise revealed in July 2015 that »
When Edge of Tomorrow hit theaters back in 2014, it wasn’t as big of a success as Warner Bros. Pictures hoped. The sci-fi blockbuster pulled in $100 million at the domestic box office with another $270 coming from the rest of the world for a total of $370 million, which isn’t bad for a movie […]
- Ethan Anderton
It seemed at one point that Warner Bros. didn’t really love the title of the Doug Liman-directed, Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt-starring sci-fi actioner “Edge Of Tomorrow,” a film that did okay but not amazing business at the box office (just $100 million at the domestic box office, better abroad with $270 million). When the film hit DVD, VOD and streaming channels, the words “Live Die Repeat” were splashed all over the marketing and “Edge Of Tomorrow” was in much tinier letters.
- Rodrigo Perez
On the surface, Edge of Tomorrow seemed like a gimmicky sci-fi film at best. Its Groundhog Day-esque premise didn’t do much to rope audiences in, and it also arrived at an odd time in Tom Cruise’s career, following a string of mediocre releases like Knight and Day, Rock of Ages and Oblivion – all fairly forgettable affairs that had everyone thinking that maybe, the movie star just wasn’t the box office draw that he used to be. That’s why it was such a surprise then when Doug Liman’s brainy thriller turned out to be one of the very best films of the year, delivering a gripping and clever ride that’s now sitting pretty at an impressive 91% on Rotten Tomatoes.
- Josh Wilding
Longtime Disney production executive Kristin Burr is transitioning to a Disney-based producing deal on the Burbank lot as Burr! Productions.
Burr joined Disney in 1997 as a creative executive. She most recently served as an executive VP of production in the live-action film division.
During her tenure, she oversaw “Sweet Home Alabama,” which starred Reese Witherspoon; “The Proposal,” starring Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds; Christopher Nolan’s “The Prestige;” “Bringing Down the House;” and the Muppets movies.
She recently worked on “Mary Poppins Returns,” starring Emily Blunt, Meryl Streep, and Lin Manuel Miranda; the live-action “101 Dalmatians” prequel “Cruella,” starring Emma Stone; and “Jungle Cruise,” starring Dwayne Johnson.
“Kristin’s experience, strength and talent have been of great value as part of our executive team and will serve her well as she transitions to a producorial role here at the studio,” said film production president Sean Bailey. “We’re very much looking »
- Dave McNary
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