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X-men: Days Of Future Past — Amazing Final Trailer

10 hours ago

Fox has released an incredibly stunning final trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past. It's loaded with amazing new footage, and it gives us a better idea of the story that Bryan Singer is telling. There's nothing I can really say to convey how much I loved this trailer, but like all of the trailers that have been released for this movie, it gave me the goosebumps. The movie comes out on May 23rd (USA), and even though they say this is the last trailer, I'm sure we'll see at least one more. You're definitely going to enjoy this though!

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- Joey Paur

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Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly Team Up Again for Border Guards

14 hours ago

Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly are teaming up once again with director Adam McKay for a new comedy called Border Guards. The three comedic talents have worked together before on films such as Talladega Nights and Step Brothers, and it will be great to see these two actors on the big screen together again. 

According to Deadline, the story follows "two hapless but earnest friends who decide to give purpose to their lives by protecting America’s borders from illegal immigrants. In the process they find themselves accidentally stranded in Mexico without identification and must sneak back into the USA."

Ferrell and Reilly make a hilarious team, and it's not hard to imagine them going through a crazy kind of situation like this. »

- Joey Paur

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Incredibly Realistic CG Render of Robert De Niro

14 hours ago

I don’t what’s more of a trip, seeing an eerily realistic 3D rendering of Robert De Niro, or just seeing a Young(er) Robert De Niro. CG artist Hossein Diba did an amazing job with all of the textures and, of course, with the legendary actor’s signature grimacing mug. This makes me want to play a Robert De Niro video game. Not a game where you play as one of his many iconic characters, but a game where you play as De Niro himself, and you must act in several semi-unforgivable comedies with an “ok, he’s still got it” role peppered in every year. That would be a long and very accurate game. »

- Eli Reyes

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Touching Note to Fans Announcing Paul Walker's Brothers Will Help Complete Fast & Furious 7

16 hours ago

A few months ago, when the fate of James Wan’s Fast & Furious 7 was still uncertain after the tragic death of star Paul Walker in November, it was rumored that Universal was looking to reach out to Walker’s brother Cody to help complete the film. Production restarted earlier this month, and today the filmmakers released a statement to fans announcing that Cody and Walker’s other brother Caleb will both be filling in for Paul to help complete some unfinished action scenes. Our heart goes out to the cast and crew and the Walker family as they finish this difficult task. I’m sure all Fast & Furious fans will appreciate everyone's determination to honor and pay tribute to the late actor by completing this film. Here is the full release:

A Note to the Fans of Fast & Furious

The Fast & Furious saga is about family. The characters are connected by the bond of family, »

- Eli Reyes

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Binary Domain - Late to the Party Review

16 hours ago

Binary Domain is one of those names that sounds really good on paper, but like some other westernized names (Fuse, Haze, Conduit, etc), it can contribute to a title getting lost in the shuffle. February 28th, 2012 wasn’t exactly crowded with quality releases, though that month did offer both the much-loved Kingdoms of Amalur and the well-received Resident Evil Revelations, so not all bad. Binary Domain's obtuse title did not help it stand out whatsoever, and that's a shame. Here’s the bright side, though. PlayStation Plus users now have a second chance to experience the game, and it's something I couldn’t recommend more. Here are my full (though admittedly late) thoughts on Binary Domain.

The game centers around a Rust Crew, an elite task force meant to defend the Geneva Convention, which contains a clause that forbids the creation of what are referred to as Hollow Children. These »

- Matthew Mueller

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Honest Trailer for The Wolf Of Wall Street

16 hours ago

Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street was one hell of crazy, vulgar ride, but it really was a great movie. The gang over at Screen Junkies have released an Honest Trailer that pokes fun at all of the things you either loved or despised about the movie.  

Relive the excessive profanity, lengthy runtime, and bad behavior of Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street, a film that had just about everything - except an Oscar for Leo.

As much as I liked this movie, it's a hard one to recommend to people because of how messed up it really is. It's offensive in so many ways!

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- Joey Paur

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Godzilla — Rising Sun Poster

17 hours ago

Godzilla gets a Japanese "Rising Sun" poster. Some people find the use of a "Rising Sun" flag about as offensive as a Confederate flag because it was the flag Japan used during its World War 2 era expansion. Personally I don't care. Maybe as a Filipino-American I should, but to me, it's just a cool design. Last year the band Muse used the "Rising Sun" imagery and got a lot of flak for it, details here.

Godzilla, the culturally insensitive super monster, tramples people to death in theaters May 16th. »

- Free Reyes

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Transformers: Age Of Extinction - 3 New Photos

17 hours ago

Paramount Pictures has released three new photos from director Michael Bay's Transformers: Age of Extinction, and they all feature Mark Wahlberg... doing stuff. I'm really curious to see how this new Transformers movie turns out. So far I'm impressed by what I've seen, and I'm sure Bay is going to deliver yet another fun movie with lots of action and giant explosions. You can watch Walhlberg kick Decepticon ass on June 27th!

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- Joey Paur

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Banksy's Latest Artwork Pokes Fun at British Intelligence Community

17 hours ago

Photo by RowHills

This is (allegedly) Banksy’s latest artwork. It is so far unconfirmed, but it is in the famed street artist’s style and seems to have something of his wit. The graffiti showed up on the side of a house in Cheltenham, England on Sunday morning. It shows three security agents spying on a phone booth (Look, you guys! It’s an actual phone booth! I thought they were extinct.), and what makes this piece so uniquely Banksy is that it is just down the street from the Government Communications Headquarters, which is the home of the UK’s entire intelligence apparatus.

Photo by r1chyroo

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- Mily Dunbar

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Channing Tatum Met with Producers to Talk Gambit

18 hours ago

In news that has the Internet in a tizzy, Channing Tatum has taken a meeting about playing Gambit, the drinking, gambling, thieving, womanizing X-Man from New Orleans. We know that producer Lauren Shuler Donner has been pushing for a standalone Gambit movie with Tatum in the lead for awhile, and Tatum has spoken publicly about how much he would love to play the character before. But with an official meeting, it sounds like things might be inching forward. 

Gambit is definitely a fan favorite, but he hasn’t been used in any of the X-Men movies yet. We aren’t counting X-Men Origins: Wolverine, in which he made a brief appearance played by Taylor Kitsch. I think we’ve all agreed to pretend that movie never happened, right? If the project moves forward, the plan is to make a standalone film about the character, and to make it on a »

- Mily Dunbar

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The Price of Being Superheroes Then & Now — Infographics

18 hours ago

Mashable

Here’s a fun series of infographics that break down the cost of being a superhero when these characters were first introduced and compares it to the expenses the characters’ current iterations would rack up today. The series was created last year for Mashable with artwork by Bob Al-Greene. We came across them on Emil Lendof’s Behance Gallery — Lendof worked on the text and graphics. Even if this series didn’t contain all the interesting stats that it does, I would still love the layout and designs. Al-Greene and his team did a fantastic job of arranging the classic character designs alongside the modern day look of the superheroes. I've also included textless versions of just the characters below the infographics.

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- Eli Reyes

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Mark Millar's Superior Comic Book Picked Up by Fox

19 hours ago

Since comic book writer Mark Millar is a consultant over at Fox it's no surprise that the studio has picked up the rights to his limited series comic book, Superior. It should also come as no surprise that Kick-Ass and X-Men: First Class director Matthew Vaughn is producing the project. The two talents obviously enjoy working together. The are currently developing an adaptation of their comic, Secret Service. 

As far as the story for Superior goes, it "centers on a popular and athletic 12-year-old boy who loses his social life when he is stricken by multiple sclerosis. One night, an alien monkey grants the boy one wish and he chooses to become his favorite superhero, a Superman-like character named Superior. After relishing his new life as a hero, the boy discovers that the monkey is actually a demon from Hell and he must sell his soul if he is to »

- Joey Paur

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Cool Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Action Movie Art by Craig Drake

19 hours ago

We've got an awesome set of art for you to check out today that pays tribute to several classic films from the sci-fi, fantasy and action genres. The art comes from Craig Drake, and the pieces were inspired by films and TV shows such as Star Wars, Aliens, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Lord of the Rings, Cowboy Bebop, Die Hard, and more. The artist currently has his art on display at the Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles, and it will be available to see through April 27th. I love his style, it's very reminiscent of the popular 1980s artist, Patrick Nagel. Thanks to /Film for the heads up!

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- Joey Paur

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Son Of Batman — Damian Attacks Clip, 3 Images, WonderCon Premier Details

20 hours ago

In the newest clip from Son of Batman, Damian Wayne attacks shrubbery (I'm not joking). The clip doesn't really get me excited for the movie. The blocking just really falls flat visually, but then again it's a fairly mundane scene. I fully expect the more action filled parts to be stronger.

They will be premiering Son of Batman at WonderCon on Friday, April 18th at 6pm in The Arena after the panel. The cast and crew in attendance will be Jason O'Mara (Batman), Sean Maher (Nightwing), Xander Berkeley (Langstrom), Stuart Allan (Damian) -- and filmmakers James Tucker (producer), Ethan Spaulding (director), Phil Bourassa (character designer), and Andrea Romano (dialogue director).

These panels are always a lot of fun, and being able to watch the movie after is just the cherry on top. Son of Batman comes to Blu-ray on May 6th. Wonder if there is a scene with Batman searching for a shrubbery (Ni! »

- Free Reyes

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Flash Gordon Being Written By Star Trek 3 Writers

20 hours ago

A new big screen adaptation of Flash Gordon has been in and out of development for years. Back in 2008 Sony Pictures was moving forward with the project and even had Breck Eisner attached to direct it. For one reason or another the project fell apart and never happened. It seems like there's been no movement since. 

Now Film Divider is reporting that there's a fresh attempt to bring Flash Gordon to the big screen, and that Star Trek 3 writers Jd Payne and Patrick McKay have been hired to pen the script. Nothing these two guys have written has made it to the big screen yet, but they did write a script for Bad Robot called Boilerplate, which hasn't been produced yet. Apparently these guys are supposed to be a couple of hot up-and-coming writers. 

They’ve apparently developed a new take on Flash with producer Jon Davis and are »

- Joey Paur

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Creepy Vampire-Like Version of Frank Miller's Dark Knight

20 hours ago

Christian Ronchi's version of Frank Miller's The Dark Knight looks like a creepy vampire Batman. This version of the classic superhero is pretty terrifying, and he'd definitely scare the shit out of the criminals of Gotham. I imagine the people of the city would be scared to death to leave their homes with this thing out on the streets! He looks mean as hell.

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- Joey Paur

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22 Jump Street TV Spot - "Back Undercover"

21 hours ago

Sony Pictures has released a new TV spot for 22 Jump Street featuring a few bits of funny new footage. I thought the first film was going to suck, but boy was I wrong. I was laughing all the way through it, and the upcoming sequel looks like it will be just as funny. The movie hits theaters on June 13th! 

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- Joey Paur

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Baby Wolverine and Hulk Featured in The Indestructibles Fan Art

22 hours ago

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Artist Luigi Monaldi created this hilarious fan art featuring a group of very mischievous looking baby comic book characters that include Wolverine, Hulk, and Sue Storm. The artist said it was inspired by the art of Skottie Young. I don't know what it is about seeing our favorite badass superheroes as babies and kids, but it's just amusing. I love their facial expressions and the fact that Wolverine is scraping his claws across a chalk board. He would do something like that. »

- Joey Paur

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Hans Zimmer Will Score Batman Vs. Superman

23 hours ago

It looks like Hans Zimmer will return to work with Zack Snyder on scoring Batman Vs. Superman. You would think it would be a no brainier that he would back to score the sequel to Man of Steel, but he previously talked about his hesitation on doing it saying:

“Honestly, I’m just sort of grappling with that right now. Quite seriously, the thought right now is that no, I don’t want to go and take what I did with Chris and just plonk it into another movie. There isn’t one good reason to do it, and there are so many good reasons not to do it.”

I guess the composer ended up coming up with lots of good reasons to do it, because he recently confirmed with Digital Spy that he will be scoring the film after he's done with Christopher Nolan's Interstellar.  Here's what he »

- Joey Paur

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Extended TV Spot for The Amazing Spider-man 2 - Threat

23 hours ago

Sony Pictures has released an extended TV spot for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and I'm confident that we'll see a lot more TV spots before the movie is released on May 2nd. I should probably point out that this latest spot does include a bit of Spoiler filled information regarding Harry Osborne, unless he's lying to Peter! I guess we'll just have to wait and see how it all plays out when we see the movie in less than a month! 

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- Joey Paur

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