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Everything Wrong With Insidious: Chapter 2 In One Convenient Video

7 hours ago

Insidious: Chapter 3 is getting ready to take eager audiences into The Further once more. Anyone who doesn't fit that bill is probably rolling their eyes though, as Insidious is a ridiculous franchise to begin with, and the Cinema Sins crew has highlighted some good reasons why in this deconstruction of Insidious: Chapter 2 below. Cinema Sins took on James Wan's last horror outing before helming Furious 7, and turning his talents towards something we can pretty much agree was balls to the wall amazing. Insidious 2, on the other hand, is a film so chock full of sins it made the team recall three films they've ripped apart in the past – and that happens only a little over a minute into a 17-minute long video. It could only get worse from that point, and oh boy, does it ever. Faithful fans of the Cinema Sins Pronoun »

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Ant-Man Dodges Bullets In Latest Marvel Movie Poster

8 hours ago

In all the hype surrounding Avengers: Age of Ultron, and there was a lot of it, and all of the focus on the now-in-production superhero extravaganza Captain America: Civil War, Ant-Man feels like the odd man out as it were in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But it.s only a hair over a month and a half away, and the studio is doing what it can to hype up the film, including releasing this badass new poster. For the uninitiated, Ant-Man actually involves one of the founding members of the Avengers, at least in the comics, obviously not on the big screen.though we.ve seen photos of him on the set of Civil War, so it looks like he.ll be coming into the larger fold of the McU. Paul Rudd plays Scott Lang, a master thief who must help his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), retrieve his »

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Point Break Stunt Video Shows Off Some Seriously Radical Moves

9 hours ago

And so it begins. Ready or not, Point Break, the remake of Kathryn Bigelow.s 1991 camp action classic, is on the way, and it appears the promotional push has begun. Just the other day we got our first taste of the action in the inaugural trailer, and now Warner Bros. is back with a new featurette that delves into the stunts, extreme sports, and general daredevilry we.ll see in the finished film. The first thing you see in this video is a collection of silhouettes lining the windswept ridge of jagged mountain as a voice asks, "Is this radical enough for you?" And what follows certainly attempts to push the boundaries of what qualifies as extreme when it comes to this type of cinematic action. As you can see in this footage, they really went all out. Like the original Keanu Reeves/Patrick Swayze-starring version, the plot centers »

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 Has A Crazy Choice For Rocksteady

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With filming presently rolling along, we.re getting more and more information about the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2, also known as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Half Shell. The sequel to last summer.s hit will feature a bunch of new characters, including fan favorite villains Bebop and Rocksteady, and while we already knew who will portray Bebop, it now appears the film has made a bold choice for the actor to play Rocksteady. The Daily Mail has set photos from the New York-based production that show red-haired professional wrestler Sheamus as one half of the dimwitted duo. He joins Gary Anthony Williams, who takes the role as the villain Shredder.s other animalistic henchman. Introduced in the cartoon version of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, though they were conceived and designed by Tmnt co-creator Peter Laird, Rocksteady and Bebop start out life as a couple of none-too-bright goons who »

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Jaws Will Celebrate 40th Anniversary With A Special Event You Can Attend

12 hours ago

As we dive into this year.s summer movie season full of immense, intensive action films, we also ready to cross an important anniversary for something very much responsible for this tradition. This June marks the 40th anniversary of Steven Spielberg.s watershed classic, Jaws. To celebrate, the film will make its way back to theaters across the country. Celebrating the ravenous ruby anniversary of 1975.s Jaws, Fathom Events and Turner Classic Movies are teaming up to bring the gigantic consumer of swimmers back to a medium that emphasizes his enormity, on the big screen. Set to hit some 500 theaters nationwide starting on June 21, the presentation will also be prefaced by a specially produced, context-setting introduction to the killer shark classic by TCM host, Ben Mankiewicz. We.ve seen Hollywood nostalgia manifest itself for these anniversary type re-releases for quite some time by now, going back to the 1997 remastered theatrical »

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Conan The Barbarian 2 Could Set Up A Massive Cinematic Universe

12 hours ago

After years in the works, we’ve heard recent rumblings of the long gestating The Legend of Conan, which will not only star franchise icon Arnold Schwarzenegger, be a direct sequel to Conan the Barbarian, and ignore all the other movies, but it could be the beginning of yet another new cinematic universe. Conan, and many other characters, is the brainchild of pulp author Robert E. Howard. Swedish producer Fredrick Malmberg has long championed the cause of bringing Conan back to the big screen—he even produced the Jason Momoa-starring 2011 reboot, as well as having his hands in Legend. According to Deadline, his new company, Cabinet Entertainment, has acquired the rights to all of Howard’s work, and he has big plans. He says: These days, it comes down to brands and characters and we are looking at long-term possibilities. We look at how Marvel played out »

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James Holmes References The Dark Knight Rises In Disturbing Diary Entry

13 hours ago

The trial of James Holmes, who killed 12 people and injured 70 others in July 2012, all of whom had gathered to watch The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colorado, has produced arguably its most integral piece of evidence in the pursuit to judge whether he maliciously planned his atrocities, or whether it was simply a psychotic episode. The evidence is a diary entry, which alarmingly makes reference to the final instalment in Christopher Nolan.s Batman series.  The horrifying passage from James Holmes, which appears in Time, was part of a particular section of his notebook, which had been sent by Holmes to his University of Colorado psychiatrist, Dr. Lynne Fenton, eight days before he became a mass murderer. It reads: I was fear incarnate. Love gone, motivation directed to hate and obsessions, which didn.t disappear for whatever reason with the drugs. No consequences, no fear, alone, isolated, no work for »

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Cameron Crowe's 5 Best Movies, Ranked

14 hours ago

Amidst the bright colored bluster of early summer season blockbusters like Avengers: Age of Ultron, Mad Max: Fury Road, and Furious 7, it was easy to miss a small romantic comedy like Aloha sneaking into theaters. But Cameron Crowe.s latest does indeed make its way onto movie screens across the country this weekend, bringing a star-filled cast of Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Rachel McAdams, Bill Murray, and Alec Baldwin, among others, along for the ride. Crowe is a filmmaker who takes his sweet time, often letting many years elapse between the releases of his projects, and as such, he only has a handful of titles on his resume. But it.s also part of why we tend to get excited when a new one pops up, and with that in mind, what better time to countdown our top five favorite Cameron Crowe movies than right now? This is, of course, »

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Andy Serkis' Character In Star Wars: The Force Awakens Has Been Revealed

15 hours ago

One of the last remaining mysteries surrounding Star Wars: The Force Awakens has been revealed. and in such a casual fashion! Famed photographer Annie Leibovitz granted StarWars.com an exclusive interview about the exclusive photos she took on the set of J.J. Abrams. impending Star Wars sequel. And after sharing a photo she took of Andy Serkis that wasn.t used in the magazine spread, it was revealed that Serkis. character will be named Supreme Leader Snoke. As is typical of Andy Serkis, his performance is motion-captured, meaning that he wears the physically daunting apparatus on his facial features and computers capture (and later manipulate) the portrayal into a CGI mask that they want to appear on screen. Serkis, over the years, has become the go-to talent in this field, using mo-cap for movies like The Lord of the Rings trilogy and, most recently, the Planet of the Apes »

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High Profile Directors Apparently Keep Turning Down Channing Tatum's Gambit Movie

16 hours ago

Poor Channing Tatum has been trying to get a Gambit movie made for quite some time. He.s ready to star as the Cajun mutant who is arguably the most popular of the X-Men among fans (second to Wolverine, of course). He has a script written by Josh Zetumer, who wrote the Robocop remake. He has producers in Lauren Shuler Donner and Simon Kinberg, who are both experienced in working with 20th Century Fox.s Marvel properties. Now, if only he could find a director. It.s not for lack of trying. According to multiple sources a slew of big names have been offered the director.s chair but they keep turning it down. According to Umberto Gonzales both Bennett Miller, who directed Tatum in Foxcatcher and Darren Aronofsky, who was once tapped to direct The Wolverine, have both passed on the job. In addition, the Meet the Movie Press »

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3 Things San Andreas Gets Wrong About Earthquakes, According To A Scientist

16 hours ago

This weekend.s big budget popcorn piece, San Andreas, finds Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson laying the smackdown on some earthquake.s candy ass. However, that insane matchup aside, the film.s main tectonic-based attraction seems to have drawn the critical eye of a Usgs seismologist, who essentially rips the film a more gigantic gaping chasm than the one that befalls California in the film. Taking her various technical gripes about San Andreas to Twitter, Dr. Lucy Jones vents on the film.s apparent pseudo-science, dropping some serious knowledge about what the film got wrong regarding its depicted seismic cataclysm. Apparently, it was everything. First big howler. San Andreas the movie pretends that California has a subduction zone. We can only have a M8.2. Dr. Lucy Jones (@DrLucyJones) May 27, 2015 Jones would clarify that she meant the Los Angeles/San Francisco area, rather than all of California, generally. Yeah, that.s right, »

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Beyblade Toys Are Getting A Live-Action Movie

18 hours ago

Need proof that Hollywood is willing to literally turn almost any entity into a movie? Then look no further than the fact that Paramount currently is developing a live-action feature film based on the toy franchise Beyblade. Deadline reports that Paramount Pictures has bought up the film rights to the figures and toys, which are modeled on traditional Japanese fighting tops and have sold across the world to the tune of over $2.5 billion in revenue. It's not really that surprising, since Paramount Pictures has had huge success over the last few years turning the Hasbro toys Transformers and G.I. Joe into huge franchises. So why wouldn't they take a stab at Beyblade, too? You can check out a commercial showcasing the toys in action below. Pretty simple stuff. All you really need to do is pull the rip-cord on the plastic spin top and watch it spiral into the »

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Red-Band American Ultra Trailer Is Explosive, Funny And Nsfw

18 hours ago

Jessie Eisenberg is a stoned-cold killer in the first American Ultra trailer -- emphasis on the stoned. If you thought Seth Rogen and James Franco made the perfect stoner movie duo in Pineapple Express, just wait until you get a load of Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart in what likely will be your new favorite stoner-comedy-action extravaganza. Watch the red-band trailer below and be mindful of naughty words and Nsfw content.  Yahoo Movies debuted the American Ultra trailer and it looks like a fun and wild ride. Eisenberg plays Mike Howell. On the surface, he may seem like your average convenience store counter clerk who gets stoned all the time, but in reality he's a sleeper agent for the government. There's just rarely a moment when he's not baked off his ass, so he processes things -- including his activation and orders -- a bit more slow than other operatives. All »

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Tom Hardy Shoots Down A Reporter's Notion That Mad Max Is A Man's Movie

19 hours ago

Tom Hardy doesn.t look like the kind of man who suffers fools. So, earlier this month, when he was asked during the press conference for Mad Max: Fury Road at the Cannes Film Festival whether he thought the gorgeously hectic blockbuster was a "man.s movie," Hardy gave a delightfully biting response. The unfortunate soul who was on the end of Tom Hardy.s brief but emphatic put-down was film critic Peter Howell, who scribes for the Toronto Star. According to The Mary Sue, Howell asked Hardy if he ever got the impression that George Miller's post-apocalyptic nightmare of a movie was off-kilter because it had several female characters propping up what Howell envisioned as "a man.s movie." Unfortunately for Howell, his poorly worded query was instantly met with a disdainful response from pretty much the entire Mad Max: Fury Road crew. Hardy, however, jumped on the »

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The Orcs In Warcraft Share A Connection To The Hulk

19 hours ago

It's crazy to think that someone is making the online RPG computer game Warcraft into a live-action movie, but Duncan Jones, Legendary and Universal are doing it. As you can imagine, a movie with orcs, mages, elves and all other manner of fantastical creatures running around requires masters of the visual effects craft. That's where Warcraft takes a nod from Hulk in the Avengers movies, with the help of Ilm. Industrial Light and Magic, a visual effects company that worked on making the Hulk the giant green rage monster that he is on screen, came aboard to engineer the look of the orcs. If you think these barbarian beasts look anything like Bruce Banner's alter ego, you'd be right. In an interview with Wired, Jones said that Jeff White, who worked on the creation of Hulk for The Avengers, was on set to supervise the motions of the actors. As »

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Entourage Contest Somehow Benefits Cancer Research While Punishing A Non-Fan

20 hours ago

You either love Entourage or you hate Entourage. It doesn't seem like there's an inbetween, and Wendy Molyneux Drake hates Entourage. Aside from pediatric cancer, it's the thing she hates most in the world. (Her words, not ours!) But she's willing to set aside her intense disdain for the movie version of the HBO series for a good cause.  Drake, who's a writer for the show Bob's Burgers, started a GoFundMe campaign that gives us all the power to force her to go see the Entourage movie. All you have to do is donate money. If Drake reaches her goal of $10,000, then she'll bite her tongue and purchase a movie ticket. As an added incentive, all the money donated will go to CureSearch, a nonprofit dedicated to children's cancer research. So support cancer research and force someone who really hates Vincent Chase, Ari Gold, Eric Murphy, Turtle and Johnny "Drama »

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Which DC Comics Character Could Carla Gugino Play?

20 hours ago

Everyone wants to get in on the superhero movie genre, and Carla Gugino is no different. The San Andreas actress did the press rounds for her earthquake disaster movie and was asked which superhero she'd like to play. Although she didn't specify a character, she did say that because she's worked with Zack Snyder in movies like Watchmen, Sucker Punch and in Man of Steel (she voiced the Kryptonian service robot Kelor), she has her eye on the DC universe. But whom could she play? Gugino told Digital Spy that a DC role needs to be "next on my list," after emphasizing that she'd go anywhere with Snyder. It's unclear how involved the filmmaker will be in the DC cinematic universe after Batman v Superman. He has been attached to the Justice League movies, but a lot can change between now and then. He also could either act like a »

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Cute Kids Take Down A Corrupt Kevin Bacon In The Cop Car Trailer

27 May 2015 10:49 PM, PDT

What's the worst thing you did as a kid? For the protagonists in Cop Car, it looks like the act of stealing the vehicle in the film's title would take that honor. Of course, when that cop is Kevin Bacon, and his trunk is loaded with a mysterious payload, things are bound to go just a bit deeper into the land of trouble. See for yourself in the trailer below.  Yahoo released the first look at the next film from Clown director Jon Watts, and it sounds like a damned good time. Cop Car, as promised, shows two young boys jackassing in the woods and getting into mischief as any two kids with time on their hands would do. Surprisingly enough, they stumble upon an abandoned cop car, and decide it'd be an awesome idea to steal it. For a moment, it is pretty awesome, until Kevin Bacon's crooked »

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Jennifer Love Hewitt Gave Ethan Embry A Hilarious Gift Before Their Can't Hardly Wait Kiss Scene

27 May 2015 8:20 PM, PDT

Jennifer Love Hewitt was kind of nervous before her impassioned kissing swansong with Ethan Embry at the end of Can.t Hardly Wait. It wasn.t because she was slightly concerned about making out with an actor she hardly knew in front of a hefty amount of cast and crew. Instead it was because Ethan Embry was a huge stoner and she didn.t want to come away from the smooch with a Cheech and Chong flavored after taste. Ethan Embry himself opened up about the extreme lengths that Jennifer Love Hewitt went to avoid this during the filming of this sequence while taking part in a Reddit Q&A. In fact, I.ll leave it to Embry himself to fully divulge how the entire incident unfolded.  The day we did the kissing scene at the end of the movie with Jennifer Love-Hewitt, she got me this really big »

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The CHiPs Remake Just Got More Badass By Adding Vincent D'Onofrio

27 May 2015 8:14 PM, PDT

CHiPs is one of those projects that's been kicking around Hollywood long enough that it's secured a nice and cozy home in development hell. Close to a decade ago, the TV adaptation had some forward momentum in its corner, but ultimately ran out of gas on the side of the road. Momentum is on their side yet again, as Dax Shepherd and Michael Pena have been signed for the two lead roles of Officers Baker and Ponch in the recent past, and a new player has just signed on. Get ready for some more villainous goodness from Vincent D'Onofrio, as he's joined the CHiPs cast as of this week! The Hollywood Reporter broke the scoop, which pegs D'Onofrio as the baddie in the action-comedy reboot of the classic 1970's TV show. So what's Vincent D'Onofrio's racket this time around? Apparently, the thievery of exotic cars is the name of »

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