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Kong: Skull Island Director Likely Won’t Return For Another Film

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Earlier this year, Kong: Skull Island hit theaters, and while it didn’t exactly set the box office on fire, it did well enough to at least outperform Peter Jackson’s 2005 outing, in addition to continuing the mythology of the MonsterVerse that began with Godzilla back in 2014.

With this in mind, can we expect Kong: Skull Island director Jordan Vogt-Roberts to return back to the director’s chair for another outing with the oversized ape? Not likely. Speaking with Screen Junkies, the director stated:

“I think I'm done with giant monsters for a little bit...I'm really proud of how weird this movie is and I'm really proud of how much people embraced that stuff and actually called out like how strange the movie is. And I wanted it to have a voice and I'm so proud of what we did and how I think it is, like, a nontraditional »

- Joseph Medina

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Free Fire: Sam Riley and Sharlto Copley Talks About Getting Dirty and Growing Facial Hair for the Film

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In action-packed comedy Free Fire, two rival gangs are trying to kill each other merely yards away in a warehouse. They are hitting, missing and most importantly—taunting and hurling insults at each other.

This star-studded film has Cillian Murphy, Brie Larson, Sharlto Copley, Sam Riley and Armie Hammer in this shoot-em up style film. It is directed by Ben Wheatley.

Lrm had a sit-down interview with actors Sam Riley and Sharlto Copley for Free Fire. We had a fun discussion about the uncomfortable atmosphere of acting on the ground with bullets and explosions. And most importantly, growing the 1970s facial hair to fit the part.

Free Fire is in theaters everywhere.

Check out the interview below.

Source: Exclusive to Lrm »

- Gig Patta

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La La Land's Blu-Ray Features Bring More Song And Dance To An Already Excellent Movie

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Winner of 6 Academy Awards® and a Record-Breaking 7 Golden Globes®

From Academy Award®-Winning Director Damien Chazelle and Starring Oscar® Best Actor Nominee Ryan Gosling and Oscar® Best Actress Winner Emma StoneLa La Land, Arrives on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack, Blu-rayTM Combo Pack and DVD on April 25 from Lionsgate’s Summit Entertainment Label

You can read our interview with Director Damien Chazelle here. and Ed Douglass's thoughts about the movie on his Weekend Warrior article back in December.

The La La Land DVD features audio commentary with Chazelle and Hurwitz, “La La Land’s Love Letter to Los Angeles,” and “Ryan and Emma: Third Time’s the Charm.” All releases include song selection.  La La Land will be available on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack, and DVD for the suggested retail price of $42.99, $39.99 and $29.95, respectively.

4K/Blu-Ray/ Digital HD Special Features

·       Audio Commentary »

- Michael Connally

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Avengers: Infinity War - Thanos Will Have Similar Motivation As In The Infinity Gauntlet Comic

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Fans have been anxious to see galactic baddie Thanos go head-to-head with the Avengers ever since we saw him at the end of the first Avengers film. Of course, readers of The Infinity Gauntlet comic book were especially drawn to the line “to challenge them is to court Death.”

In the Infinity Gauntlet comic, following his attaining of the Infinty Gems and Gauntlet, Thanos is given the cold shoulder by Death, who resurrected him for her own means. When he snatches the gauntlet for herself, he goes on a mad tirade to win back her affections, resulting with the clash with the Avengers and the Celestials.

Up until this point, fans have been wondering whether or not we can expect Thanos’ motivation to be similar to the comics. While the films have always used the comics as a jumping off point, they’ve never been beholden to them. So what »

- Joseph Medina

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Avatar Sequels Finally Get Release Dates…Again…Maybe These Ones Will Stick

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These Avatar sequels have had a long road to production. Following the 2009 release of the highest grossing film of all time, director James Cameron set to teasing audiences about future adventures that awaited them. First it was assumed there would be two sequels to make up a trilogy (we even got 2014 and 2015 release dates for them), then it was revealed that there were three sequels planned (and we got 2016 to 2018 release dates for those), and finally, we learned that there were to be four sequels set to hit theaters (the first of which should have been coming out this December).

As you can likely tell from the complete absence of Avatar sequels as of this writing, this didn’t quite work out as planned. Cameron even stated that they were likely not going to make their December 2018 release date. So when in the hell are these movies coming out already? »

- Joseph Medina

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X-Men: Deadpool 2, New Mutants, Dark Phoenix Release Dates!

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This past year and a half has been a pretty solid one for 20th Century Fox. February 2016 saw the release of the R-rated hit Deadpool, that May saw the release of X-Men: Apocalypse, and most recently, we saw another R-rated flick in the form of Logan, which brought Wolverine’s story to an end. While X-Men: Apocalypse wasn’t the biggest hit ever (it took in less than $600 million worldwide), the other two really seemed to solidify the studio’s approach of taking big risks with their properties.

While 2017 sees the release of only just one film, Fox has never been the studio to shoot for a regular, consistent, and ridiculous number of films each year. But that may be set to change next year. According to a report, Fox is releasing three films in 2018.

First on the list is the teen-focused spinoff, New Mutants, from director Josh Boone. This »

- Joseph Medina

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Cosplay Etiquette: Five Convention Rules to Live By

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Credit: Emmanuel Gomez

Conventions are rapidly growing social trends, as places where fans of all sorts of movies, shows, animes, mangas, and video games can gather. Over the past ten years Cosplay has grown in popularity all across the world and made themselves a part of the conventions.  Cosplay has grown over the years that the price of a costume can range from a couple hundred dollars to thousands of dollars. Attending conventions with cosplay can be entertaining for everyone but there has become some rules to follow when interacting with cosplayers. Here are some rules to remember if you’re going to attend one.

1.  Ask before taking pictures

Credit: Mike Connally

It’s early in the day. The doors have just opened and you’ve got your pass. As you’re walking through the main hall, you see an amazing cosplayer who is dressed as your favourite Avenger and »

- Dayna Verhey

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