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Meet The Crew From ‘Alien: Covenant’ In New Image

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Alien: Covenant” is highly anticipated, but it’s safe to say there are still some reservations. Ridley Scott‘s picture visually looks as stunning as ever, but the first red-band trailer, complete with a sex scene in the shower that ends in blood, was pretty cornball at times. Here’s hoping that’s just marketing and not indicative of the final product.

We’ll likely find out tomorrow as 20th Century Fox will be launching a new promo for the film during the next episode of “Legion.” So until then, here’s another look at the crew of ‘Covenant,’ which doesn’t feature James Franco.

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Emma Watson Sings In First Clip From ‘Beauty And The Beast’

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The story goes that Emma Watson was courted to star in “La La Land” (along with Miles Teller), but wound up being dropped after making “crazy demands,” and instead pivoted towards Disney‘s “Beauty And Beast.” No matter how much truth versus legend is in that tale, Watson is getting her chance to break out into song on the big screen, and Disney isn’t holding anything back, with the first clip from the film show the actress doing her thing.

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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‘Logan’ Post-Credits Scene Confirmed, Hugh Jackman Rules Out Deadpool/Wolverine Movie

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Logan” is wonderfully different. A movie that operates more like a drama or western that anything involving people with special powers, it’s arguably a new classic in the genre (read our review), and pushes the boundaries what the can be done with the superhero movie. James Mangold doesn’t follow any rulebook from Marvel or DC Films….except in one department….

Rumors started surfacing over the past few days that 20th Century Fox had quietly added a few more minutes of additional runtime to “Logan,” prompting speculation that post-credits sting was being added.

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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With One Day Of Voting To Go: Can Anyone Slow Down The ‘La La Land’ Oscar Train?

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There’s a little over 24 hours left for Academy members to submit their final votes for the 89th Academy Awards. Frankly, though, most members have already voted and a small percentage (likely a very small percentage) are waiting until the last minute. In many ways what’s done is done even though the grumbling about “La La Land” seems to have reached something of a crescendo and perhaps weeks too late.

At this point there’s not from stopping Damien Chazelle’s hit movie musical from taking Hollywood’s most prized possession, Best Picture.

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- Gregory Ellwood

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‘Krisha’ Leads The Winners At The Inaugural American Independent Film Awards

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It’s one down and hopefully many more to come for the American Independent Film Awards. The group issued their inaugural awards over the weekend, celebrating the best films of 2016 that worked with budgets of $1 million or less.

Leading the pack with five wins was Trey Edward Shults‘ “Krisha,” as it picked up Best Film, Best Director, Best Lead Performance, Best Score, and Best Original Screenplay.

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Where To Watch All The 2017 Oscar Nominees

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We’re less than a week away from the big show. On February 26, first-time host Jimmy Kimmel will lead us into another night of surprises, upsets, disappointment, elation, fancy suits, lovely dresses, golden statues, cheers and jeers. We can practically smell the microwave cooked popcorn and homemade chili dip as we speak. The Oscars are nothing without ferocious opinions, hard-wrought cynicism and reformed faith in the (supposedly) “dying” art of cinema.

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- Will Ashton

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Charlie Hunnam Seizes The Crown In New Trailer For ‘King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword’

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Guy Ritchie’s speed-ramping, slow-motion hyper kinetic filmmaking served him well for “Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels,” and “Snatch,” but maybe he needs to ease off it for period piece films. Both the “Sherlock Holmes” films and “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” suffered from stylistic overkill, and his latest, “King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword,” looks much the same.

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- Edward Davis

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First Look: The Cast Of Shane Black’s ‘The Predator’; Arnold Schwarzenneger Likely Not Part Of Cast

22 hours ago

“There’s one of two ways we can go,” writer/director Shane Black said in May of 2016. “We use [Arnold] Schwarzenegger or we don’t. And there’s advantages to using him and there’s a story to be told if we don’t, and I’m not going to tell you which one we chose, but we made a choice that I think is cool and we’ll see what happens,” Black said.

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Aki Kaurismaki Says ‘The Other Side Of Hope’ Might Be His Last Movie, But Also Teases His Next Film

23 hours ago

Here’s a pro-tip for directors: don’t announce your retirement or even a plan to chill on filmmaking because you will never hear the end of it. Just ask Steven Soderbergh who took a break from features to focus on television and other projects, or Quentin Tarantino, whose declaration he’ll be done after his tenth film will follow him around forever. Now comes Aki Kaurismaki, the Finnish arthouse filmmaker whose latest, “The Other Side Of Hope,” just premiered in Berlin, and he says he’s probably finished while also making plans for this next movie.

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Stanley Tucci’s Sprightly, Winning ‘Final Portrait’ With Geoffrey Rush & Armie Hammer [Berlin Review]

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If ever there was a film summed up by its opening shot, “Final Portrait,” the gentle two-hander from mostly-actor-occasional-director Stanley Tucci (“Big Night“) is it. In an art gallery, underneath a white wall emblazoned with his dynamic, carelessly elegant signature slouches, famous Swiss sculptor and painter Alberto Giacometti (Geoffrey Rush), a rumpled, untidy assemblage of a man, stares morosely at the floor.

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- Jessica Kiang

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The King Comes Into View In 5 Clips From ‘Kong: Skull Island’

20 February 2017 6:31 AM, PST

While the longstanding view is that the early part of any cinematic year is usually a wasteland for movies, 2017 has been pretty good. “Split,” “The Lego Batman Movie,” and “John Wick: Chapter 2” have been early highlights this year, and we’re hoping the trend continues with next month’s bonafide blockbuster, “Kong: Skull Island.”

Read More: What Will Be The Biggest Box Office Blockbuster of 2017?

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Enjoy “Another Day Of Sun” With Glowing Rehearsal Footage From ‘La La Land’

20 February 2017 6:15 AM, PST

We’re less than a week away from the Oscars, where if things go according to plan, “La La Land” should be taking home an armload of trophies. But at this point in the waning days of the awards season, it can be easy to forget that at one time, this year’s frontrunner was seen as a risky and even niche musical from the guy who made “Whiplash.” A lot of blood, sweat, tears, and music went into making the movie, and this rehearsal footage of the film’s opening number “Another Day Of Sun” is a great example of the extensive work put into the production.

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- Kevin Jagernauth

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Surprise: ‘Moonlight’ Tops ‘Manchester By The Sea’ And ‘La La Land’ At WGA Awards

19 February 2017 11:23 PM, PST

The last major guild award before the Academy Awards was handed out on Sunday evening and the winner was something of a surprise. Barry Jenkins and Tarell McCraney took the Original Screenplay honor at the WGA Awards for “Moonlight” over Kenneth Lonergan’s script for “Manchester by the Sea,” Taylor Sheridan’s “Hell or High Water” and Damien Chazelle’s “La La Land.” It’s sort of a big deal.

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- Gregory Ellwood

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