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Arnold is back! New footage revealed in Terminator: Genisys trailer
3 hours ago
Terminator: Genisys has premiered a new extended TV spot showcasing new footage from the sci-fi blockbuster.
Arnold Schwarzenegger returns to his iconic role as the T-800, with the android creating a new timeline alongside John Connor's mother Sarah in order to stop Judgement Day form happening.
Terminator: Genisys will open in cinemas on July 1 in the Us, and July 3 in the UK.
Watch a supercut of the 20 biggest blockbusters of 2015 (including Terminator: Genisys) below: »
See a ripped Jake Gyllenhaal in the trailer for boxing movie Southpaw
4 hours ago
The actor, who plays boxer Billy 'The Great' Hope in the drama, gained 15 pounds of muscle to take on the role.
Rachel McAdams co-stars as his wife Maureen, who is tragically killed, leaving Hope to raise his daughter alone and face a return to the boxing ring to provide for her.
Southpaw is released in the UK and Us on July 31.
Eminem had been set to star in the lead role before the rapper dropped out to focus on music.
Spectre: New James Bond film confirms IMAX release
4 hours ago
The 24th instalment in the James Bond movie series will be digitally remastered for IMAX theatres ahead of its worldwide release on November 6.
The first teaser poster for the new film was unveiled last week, with the first trailer set to be unveiled tonight (March 27) at 11.45pm GMT.
The first picture of Dave Bautista as the villainous assassin Mr Hinx was also publicly unveiled last month.
The Face of an Angel review: 'Foxy Knoxy' by proxy
7 hours ago
Closely inspired by the events surrounding the murder of British student Meredith Kercher in 2007 and the media circus that ensued, The Face of an Angel embarks on a noble quest to remind us that at the core of this garish spectacle is a victim who lost her life. Unfortunately, given the fascinating subject matter, the aims of Michael Winterbottom's film are one of its few commendable aspects.
The key themes are well introduced early on, particularly amid the discussions between journalists covering the trial of a 'Foxy Knoxy' type murder suspect. Parts of the media are increasingly obsessed with reporting on the details of her hair and clothing choices rather than events pertaining to the murder, thus creating a sad parallel with the real events that transpired. As Daniel Brühl's filmmaker Thomas points out, »
Matthew McConaughey to star in The Billionaire's Vinegar
7 hours ago
The actor is attached to appear in the film, which tells the story of a real-life scandal involving wine bottles thought to have been owned by Thomas Jefferson.
The film focuses on the case of a bottle of 1787 Château Lafite Bordeaux which was bought for $156,000 by billionaire Bill Koch, Deadline reports.
It's claimed that the wine was once owned by the American Founding Father, but was revealed to be a fake following a lengthy private investigation.
It was previously announced that McConaughey will star in Born to Run, which is based on Christopher McDougall's novel. »
Blade Runner 2: Sean Young says she won't be back as Rachael
8 hours ago
The Blade Runner follow-up is currently in the works, with Scott returning as producer and Prisoners filmmaker Dennis Villeneuve directing.
Downplaying the likelihood of her appearing in the project, she told The Guardian: "I saw Ridley a month ago, and not a peep was uttered from his mouth about it, and so I left it alone."
Ford has been confirmed to be reprising his role as Deckard.
The original Blade Runner experienced a turbulent production and under-performed at the box office on its initial release, but the movie gained a cult following thanks to its Director's and Final Cut editions.
It was based on Philip K Dick's novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?.
Is Deckard a replicant? »
Simon Pegg: 'Star Trek 3 to take forward spirit of TV series'
8 hours ago
Speaking to Spinoff Online, he said: "[We] just want to take it forward with the spirit of the TV show. And it's a story about frontierism and adventure and optimism and fun, and that's where we want to take it, you know.
"Where no man has gone before - where no one has gone before, sensibly corrected for a slighter more enlightened generation."
Earlier this week, it was reported that Idris Elba is in talks to play the main villain in the sequel.
Star Trek 3 is reportedly being lined up for »
Seventh Son review: Julianne Moore and Jeff Bridges lead a fantasy flop
10 hours ago
It's been a rocky year for Oscar winners embracing roles in fantasy blockbusters. Eddie Redmayne delivered a pungent ham and cheese performance in The Wachowskis' Jupiter Ascending, while Julianne Moore turns it up to 11 for her role as an evil witch in this week's Seventh Son.
Moore was years away from even setting foot on the set of Still Alice when she made Seventh Son (it's been trapped in post-production hell for a while), but it does make you wonder if there's some truth to the myth that Oscar winners seem destined for an immediate career stumble. Moore at least seems to be having fun with her role as Seventh Son's Mother Malkin. To say she's chewing the scenery would be a slight misnomer seeing as so »
7 alternative Disney Princesses from Star Wars, Pretty Woman and more
10 hours ago
A classic fairy tale is brought back to life this month with the release of Disney's new live-action Cinderella movie. Downton Abbey's Lily James is the latest star to become a Disney Princess, donning the glass slippers to take on the title role for director Kenneth Branagh.
Though Cinderella is very much a princess in the traditional mould, the ever-expanding Disney tendrils mean that new female characters are being inducted into the studio's roster all the time. The House of Mouse now owns Star Wars, Marvel and Pixar, and when you add the studio's Touchstone Pictures arm into the mix there's a wealth of memorable movies out there.
Everyone knows about Cinderella, Snow White, Aurora and the rest, but Digital Spy wants to highlight those who are part of the extended Disney Princess family. Read on to see our alternative choices below...
1. Princess Leia (Star Wars)
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WWE and Gene Simmons team up to create horror film production company
10 hours ago
WWE and Gene Simmons have teamed up to launch their own production company.
Erebus Pictures will finance and produce horror films, according to Deadline.
The company has already secured a three-film co-production deal, which includes new horror movie Temple. The film comes from writer Matt Savelloni and centres on a team of military operatives who find themselves trapped in an isolated compound.
Simmons said of the venture: "The horror genre continues to fascinate me as it proves to be endlessly thrilling and engaging for audiences.
"I am so thrilled to be working with the masterminds from WWE Studios in launching Erebus Pictures."
WWE Studios President, Michael Luisi, added: "Horror films fall into a genre that thrives on genuine passion, and I believe this partnership truly capitalises on that sentiment and supports our vision."
Last year, Kiss bassist Simmons blamed "entitled" young Americans for "murdering" rock music. »
Oscars 2015 producers reveal they will not be returning next year
12 hours ago
The duo, who have produced the show for the last three years, have reached the end of a three-year agreement with the Academy.
ending 3 year deal producing #Oscars, its an honour to say "We'd like to thank The Academy" @TheAcademy @craigzadan pic.twitter.com/byNessAaoN
— Neil Meron (@neilmeron) March 26, 2015
In a post shared on Twitter last night (March 26), Meron confirmed the news of the pair's departure and added: "It's an honour to say, 'We'd like to thank The Academy'."
In a statement, Academy president Cheryl Boone-Isaacs said: "Craig and Neil have been wonderful creative partners over the last three years, contributing some of the most innovative and memorable Oscar moments.
"They are true showmen with enormous talent and expertise - we're looking forward to seeing the exciting projects they have in the works."
Zadan first sparked »
Jennifer Lawrence reunites with Mockingjay writer for Spielberg drama
20 hours ago
Spielberg is currently developing an adaptation of war photographer Lynsey Addario's memoir It's What I Do for the big screen.
Lawrence is currently attached to play Addario, whose travels into war zones led her to being kidnapped in Libya in 2011.
Addario is one of the few female photographers to travel into war zones in Afghanistan to document on-going crises in the region.
Spielberg has turned to screenwriter Craig to adapt the memoir, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Spielberg could begin work on his adaptation of It's What I Do after completing his newly-announced science fiction film Ready Player One.
Digital Spy looks at this year's »
Watch The Age of Adaline trailer: Blake Lively loses the ability to age
21 hours ago
The Age of Adaline tells the story of a 27-year-old woman who loses the ability to age through a miraculous accident.
The Age of Adaline opens on April 24 in the Us and May 8 in the UK. »
Liam Neeson in talks for director Brian Kirk's thriller Narco Sub
23 hours ago
The movie chronicles a naval captain being forced against his will to navigate a cocaine-filled submarine past the Us coast guard.
This could be the next major action project for Neeson, who recently hinted that he would like to give up the high-impact film genre.
Watch a trailer for Run All Night below: »
Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal lined up for Tom Ford's Nocturnal Animals
23 hours ago
The Tom Ford film will be the director's first since his 2009 debut A Single Man.
No studio is currently attached to the project. »
Star Wars: New film, TV, book canon revealed in infographic
26 March 2015 12:59 PM, PDT
A new Star Wars infographic has clarified canon for all upcoming films, television shows, books and video games within the franchise.
7 obscure Star Wars characters we want to see make a comeback
This decision from Lucasfilm will move the franchise away from events established in past books, video games and other media set after the events of Return of the Jedi.
The upcoming paperback edition of the novel A New Dawn clarifies this new Lucasfilm stance by including an infrographic explaining where upcoming Star Wars projects across media platforms will take place.
Among the additions to this fresh continuity is the Disney Xd animated series Star Wars Rebels, which also fills in events leading up to 1977's A New Hope.
Watch Nathalie Emmanuel join the Fast & Furious family
26 March 2015 12:35 PM, PDT
So far reaction to the latest film in the franchise has been positive, with Digital Spy praising the "emotional send-off for Walker" .
Diesel has said he thinks the film "will win Best Picture" at the Oscars in 2016.
Fast & Furious 7 opens on April 3 in both the Us and UK. »
Watch Avengers: Age of Ultron teaser: It's Hulk vs the Hulkbuster
26 March 2015 11:59 AM, PDT
A battle between the Hulk and the Hulkbuster causes massive destruction in a new teaser for Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Whedon recently spoke in-depth to Digital Spy about Avengers: Age of Ultron, revealing that he initially conceived of the movie as a blend of science fiction and horror.
"This time, I really want to make more of a sort of science fiction horror movie, and then in the first week I was like, 'This is clearly a western'," he told us.
"Then it became a war movie again, then oh, it's a romantic comedy, a '40s romantic comedy. »
See Cinderella's Lily James sing 'A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes'
26 March 2015 11:24 AM, PDT
The actress stars as the fairy tale's lead in Kenneth Brannagh's live-action remake of the 1950 Disney classic.
James sings the song over new footage of the film ahead of its release in the UK tomorrow (Friday, March 27).
We see the put-upon Cinderella enslaved by her step-mother and step-sisters, meeting her Prince Charming and getting sent off to the ball by her Fairy Godmother.
Madden recently revealed that when his agent approached him about the role, he thought it was an appearance in pantomime.
Cinderella is released in the UK tomorrow (Friday March 27) and is currently showing in the Us.
Watch our round-up of the 20 biggest blockbusters of 2015 below: »
Downton Abbey movie is being contemplated, says Gareth Neame
26 March 2015 9:49 AM, PDT
Downton Abbey will end on Christmas Day this year after series six finishes - but we might not have seen the last of the Crawley family.
Speaking to reporters at a press conference to announce the show's end, Downton executive producer and Carnival Films managing director Gareth Neame revealed that a feature film based on the hit ITV show is being considered.
"I can confirm that there have been rumours that there might be a Downton movie," Neame said. "Our position on that is that [Julian Fellowes and I] would be very interested. It is definitely something that we're contemplating.
"It would be great fun to do. I think it would be a wonderful extension of everything people love about the TV show. But I can't confirm that it's definitely going to happen. It would take a lot of planning and thinking about. We shall see."
Neame was less certain of a spin-off happening, »
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