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New Leaked Jurassic World Brochures Reveal An Amusement Park Of Death

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So, they talked about how bad an idea it is, but Jurassic World finally features a fully-functional dinosaur park. The events of the first film, which killed several people, haven't been acknowledged. The T-Rex that rampaged through San Diego in The Lost World? Not a biggie. So what is this park going to be like? Photos have been spotted of Isla Nublar's Jurassic World that give us a slight peek at what's in store. From Reddit (via MTV), we have our first glimpse at a brochure for those daring to tour Jurassic World. Apparently, FedEx is the sponsor signing off on all the merciless dinosaur-on-man death that's going to occur. FedEx . handling your packaging needs, and hoping to watch as a velociraptor tears your face off! Holy crap, Starbucks is in on this too! So when these bracelets start malfunctioning, trapping Jurassic World visitors in a tight space with a »

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Watch Apehood: A Brilliant Mash Up Of Boyhood And Planet Of The Apes

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Last weekend saw the release of two much-anticipated dramas about the difficulties of growing up, and the importance of the father-son bond. One was Richard Linklater's critically revered Boyhood, a 166-minute narrative shot over 12 years to capture what its like growing up in America now. The other is Matt Reeves's Dawn of the Planet of the apes, a 130-minute sequel to Rise of the Planet of the Apes, continuing the saga of Caesar, who was raised by a kindly human family, only to be snatched away and forced to learn some hard life lessons without the help of his father figure. It was only natural Boyhood and Dawn of the Planet of the apes would get the mash-up treatment. And here we have it, thanks to Nelson Carvajal. In case your unfamiliar with the trailers that serve as Apehood's inspiration, revisit them below. First up, the Boyhood trailer, »

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Stan Lee Confirms His Avengers Cameo, Wants To Be In Batman v Superman

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Some things are unavoidable. Death. Taxes. And a Stan Lee cameo in every Marvel Studios movie. Because James Gunn.s Guardians of the Galaxy largely is set in outer space, it was believed Stan Lee might not make the cut. This this happened. Joss Whedon.s hammering away at his second Avengers movie. Guess who is making his way to the set for his screen time? Stan Lee was speaking at the London Film and Comic-Con convention (via Digital Spy) about the expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe, which is about to include Ant-Man and, maybe, Doctor Strange. And because he is in London for the conference, he of course mentions that you can look for him in the upcoming The Avengers: Age of Ultron. Stan Lee said: "The movies have been great. We have been so lucky. We've got the best directors, the best special effects people and wonderful actors. People »

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Stan Lee Confirms His Avengers Cameo, Wants To Be In Batman V. Superman

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Some things are unavoidable. Death. Taxes. And a Stan Lee cameo in every Marvel Studios movie. Because James Gunn.s Guardians of the Galaxy largely is set in outer space, it was believed Stan Lee might not make the cut. This this happened. Joss Whedon.s hammering away at his second Avengers movie. Guess who is making his way to the set for his screen time? Stan Lee was speaking at the London Film and Comic-Con convention (via Digital Spy) about the expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe, which is about to include Ant-Man and, maybe, Doctor Strange. And because he is in London for the conference, he of course mentions that you can look for him in the upcoming The Avengers: Age of Ultron. Stan Lee said: "The movies have been great. We have been so lucky. We've got the best directors, the best special effects people and wonderful actors. People »

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Transformers: Age Of Extinction Is The Highest-Grossing Movie Of The Year

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They talked shit, but people went. The reviews were harsh, but people went. Fans said it was the worst so far, but people went. And now Transformers: Age Of Extinction has taken only three weeks to become the highest-grossing film of 2014. I hope you're happy, Planet Earth! Transformers: Age Of Extinction has grossed a downright-unfair $752 million in only three weeks of release, despite not being available in every territory. What this means is that while the film is slowing down in general release, it's soon to get another big bump and most likely surpass a billion dollars. The movie sent a hat tip in X-Men: Days Of Future Past's direction this weekend, as previously the mutant romp was the year's biggest film at $731 million worldwide. Do I smell crossover? No? Oh, well, I'll keep that to myself. Transformers: Age Of Extinction collected these grosses in the wake of the »

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Katherine Heigl's Not Difficult To Work With, Says Katherine Heigl

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As a part of a hit series (Grey's Anatomy) and a comedy smash (Knocked Up), Katherine Heigl was once poised to be the next big thing. And for a while, she was, churning out rom-com after rom-com, from 27 Dresses to The Ugly Truth, Killers and Life as We Know It. But Heigl soon developed a bad reputation, becoming plagued by the word "difficult." But she's not! At least that's what Katherine Heigl says. THR reports Katherine Heigl was surprised to step into some difficult questions when she took to the panels of the Television Critics Association to discuss her new drama State of Affairs. Rather than talking about the NBC series--which we should mention stars Heigl as a CIA officer who becomes an national security advisor to the president--the press in attendance were interested in Heigl and her mother/manager Nancy and their spotted reputations. When questions turned to the »

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Joel Edgerton Does A Very Bad Thing In Trailer To Felony

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Above is the first trailer for Felony, the latest Australian film featuring Joel Edgerton. Written by Edgerton and director Matthew Saville, the film concerns a cop who accidentally hits a boy in a car accident and attempts to cover up his involvement. Tom Wilkinson and Jail Courtney are the two cops who have to investigate, but one of them wants to go easy, and the other wants to get to the bottom of a troubling case. The trailer showcases a pretty tense battle of wits, as well as a few potential... spoilers? Edgerton's cop tells his wife (Melissa George) and, naturally, she is not happy. And Tom Wilkinson eventually finds out, but recognizes Edgerton as a good cop, but he doesn't want to press further. It's Jai Courtney, using his normal Australian accent, who wants to push things forward. Oh, Jai Courtney, always making things worse. If you aren't making »

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Get A Closer Look At Guardians Of The Galaxy's Deadly Assassin, Gamora

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The marketing for Guardians of the Galaxy has heavily featured the film's more loud-mouth characters - particularly Sta-Lord (Chris Pratt) and Rocket Raccoon (Bradley Cooper) - but we mustn't forget that there are few more-introverted lead characters in the mix. Thanks to the brand new featurette you see above, now we have the opportunity to cast a spotlight on Gamora, a silent-but-deadly type played by Zoe Saldana. For those of you not fully up on everything Guardians of the Galaxy-related, Gamora is a geen-skinned alien assassin who was raised as a daughter of the evil purple titan Thanos (Josh Brolin) and sister of fellow assassin Nebula (Karen Gillan). When we meet her, she is working with Nebula and Ronan The Accuser (Lee Pace) to help acquire an orb that Star-Lord winds up steeling. This puts Gamora on an intersecting path with the hero, but instead of killing him and »

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The Fear Monger: Death Note Rumors, Danny Trejo And A Kooky New Zealand Haunter

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Good day, swearers off all things goody-goody. Horror wasn.t exactly blowing up theaters this past weekend, with Dawn of the Planet of the Apes ruling over all. (To be fair, Apes had a few sequences that were more harrowing than the entirety of many Hollywood horrors.) TV fans have something to look forward to, though, with FX.s The Strain premiering. Plus, Snowpiercer hit VOD, and while it isn.t quite horror, it features some pretty horrific (and fantastic) situations, and needs your eyeballs. Likewise, it wasn.t a huge week for horror news - but all horror news is good news in one way or another. Here are some of the week.s smaller stories. Picturehouse announced they.ll be releasing Adam Wingard.s thriller The Guest into theaters on September 17th, while Universal Home Entertainment is pushing the hyped found-footage werewolf horror Wer straight to video on »

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