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'Beauty and the Beast' Trailer: Emma Watson Might Be The One In Disney's Live-Action Remake

23 May 2016 5:36 AM, PDT

"Beauty and the Beast" is the latest Disney movie to get a live-action remake, with the success of "Alice in Wonderland," "Cinderella" and "Maleficent" helping ensure that this ongoing trend is here to stay for at least a few more years. Ahead of its release next spring, the film has premiered its first trailer. Watch it above. Read More: What We Learned About 'Beauty and the Beast' At Its 25th Academy Reunion 1991's "Beauty and the Beast" was the first animated film to be nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards. In the first teaser trailer for the new film, we get a big taste of the look and feel of Beast's castle (opulent, but definitely home to some weird stuff) and a quick look at Watson as Belle, all while some of Beast's compatriots chatter about whether Belle could be the one or not. It's a »

- Michael Nordine

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Review: 'Preacher' Season 1, Episode 1, 'Pilot': The Time Of The Preacher

22 May 2016 8:30 PM, PDT

In The BeginningGarth Ennis and Steve Dillon's "Preacher" comic book hit like a thunderbolt back in 1995, when DC's mature readers Vertigo line was mostly known for high-brow fare like Neil Gaiman's "Sandman" or Alan Moore and Steve Bissette's "Swamp Thing." "Preacher" was different, with its emphasis on humor, violence, and a decidedly Tarantino-esque mish-mash of pop-culture influences. Vampires? Yes. Angels? Sure. A kid with a face like a sphincter? You betcha! Anything could happen in "Preacher," and it usually did. A filmed adaptation seemed inevitable, and indeed, several attempts were made over the last 26 years, but none came to fruition. Season 1 Review: 'Preacher' Should Surprise — And Please — Believers and Atheists Alike Cut to 2016, and "Preacher" has finally made it to the screen, adapted by stoner movie aficionados Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, with the show being run by "Breaking Bad" »

- Jeff Stone

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Review: 'Game of Thrones' Season 6 Episode 5, 'The Door,' Opens Up Many Secrets

22 May 2016 8:08 PM, PDT

Every week this season, Indiewire will be bringing you a unique collection of viewpoints on "Game of Thrones," as it is a show that elicits a unique sort of reactions. Our writers are well-versed in the world of the show and the culture surrounding it, and we look forward to seeing how their opinions fare in the cutthroat world of Westeros... Sorry, that is, the cutthroat world of television criticism. Last Week's Review: 'Game of Thrones' Season 6, Episode 4, 'Book of the Stranger' Gets Lit What Happened This Week?From a mythology viewpoint, the most important thing we might learn this week is that the mysterious Children, who helped Bran and Meera Reed find safe harbor in the Three-Eyed Raven's tree-cave, were the ones to create the White Walkers (to protect them from the invasion of mortal men). But we'll get back to that, because this episode was eventful. »

- Indiewire

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The 2016 Indiewire Cannes Bible: Every Review, Interview and News Item Posted During the Festival

22 May 2016 6:53 PM, PDT

Film Reviews Cannes Review: Mel Gibson is Officially a B-Movie Star With 'Blood Father' Cannes Review: Chris Pine and Ben Foster Are Unstoppable Bank Robbers in David Mackenzie's 'Hell or High Water' Cannes Review: 'Fiore' Is an Arresting Coming-of-Age Story Set in Juvenile Detention Cannes Review: Paul Verhoeven's 'Elle' is a Lighthearted Rape-Revenge Story Cannes Review: Laura Poitras' Julian Assange Doc 'Risk' is a Prequel to 'Citizenfour' Cannes Review: Sean Penn's 'The Last Face' is His Worst Movie Cannes Review: 'The Neon Demon' is a Twisted Ride of Sex, Blood, and Necrophilia Cannes Review: 'Wrong Elements' Is 'The Act of Killing' for the Ugandan Civil War Cannes Review: Studio Ghibli-Produced 'The Red Turtle' is a Quiet Little Masterpiece Cannes Review: 'Julieta' is Pedro Almodovar's Most Conventional Movie Cannes Review: Vincent Cassel Steals the Show in Xavier Dolan's 'It's Only the End of the World' Cannes Review: »

- Kate Erbland

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