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Jack Definitely Could Have Fit on that Door and 6 Other Obvious Cinematic Solutions

2 February 2016 3:20 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

We've all been that person watching a movie and torturing our friends with a bunch of "why don't they just to this" and "they should have just done that" comments. (No? Just us?) In any case, there are certain movies that just about everyone agrees played fast and loose with logic for the sake of drama. (For example, a certain film about a giant, ill-fated cruise ship - see below.) Here, we examine Titanic and six more movies that totally would have gone down differently had we been the characters. And before we get a million "Because there wouldn't be »

- Lydia Price, @lydsprice

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Jack Definitely Could Have Fit on that Door and 6 Other Obvious Cinematic Solutions

2 February 2016 3:20 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

We've all been that person watching a movie and torturing our friends with a bunch of "why don't they just to this" and "they should have just done that" comments. (No? Just us?) In any case, there are certain movies that just about everyone agrees played fast and loose with logic for the sake of drama. (For example, a certain film about a giant, ill-fated cruise ship - see below.) Here, we examine Titanic and six more movies that totally would have gone down differently had we been the characters. And before we get a million "Because there wouldn't be »

- Lydia Price, @lydsprice

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Comics: Top Comics To Pick Up February 3, 2016

2 February 2016 2:39 PM, PST | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

With January gone we enter the beginning of February with the two main publishers going in different directions.  Marvel is ramping up their main story-lines of the year with the beginning of Miles Morales in the Marvel Universe.  DC is getting closer to the end of the New 52 universe with the announcement of Rebirth coming soon.  Image and Titan-Comics are leaning on their heavyweight comics this month to carry them into spring.

Here is a list of the comics I am looking forward to this week.

Obi-wan And Anakin (2016) #2

Writer: Charles Soule 

Master and Padawan find themselves stranded on an unfamiliar world…a world of strange, primitive technology and dangerous natives. But even if they can save themselves...why were they called to this world?

Captain Marvel (2016) #2

Writer: Tara ButtersMichele Fazekas 

Between hosting a contingent of alien ambassadors, passive aggressive power struggles with her Flight Commander, Abigail Brand, and »

- Michael Connally

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Nicolas Winding Refn Teams With Bond Writers, Liam Neeson is Jaume Collet-Serra’s ‘The Commuter,’ and More

1 February 2016 12:41 PM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

We’re still all awaiting Nicolas Winding Refn’s highly anticipated female-centric horror thriller The Neon Demon with bated breath, but he’s already gearing up for his next movie, which will reportedly have an Asian setting, and feature action and thriller elements. Details are skim, but it’s also been reported that Refn will be teaming up with the primary screenwriters of the last five James Bond films – Neal Purvis and Robert wade. Who knows? Maybe this could just be the ramp-up to an announcement that this will be the next Bond film, or it could be his long-rumored The Avenging Silence.

After last year’s frenetic Run All Night, star Liam Neeson and director Jaume Collet-Serra are already reuniting for another movie – their fourth collaboration. Collet-Serra will begin work on The Commuter, an action thriller following a businessman who becomes tangled in a criminal conspiracy on his daily commute, »

- Michael Snydel

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Rebecca Ferguson To Find Martian "Life"

29 January 2016 7:02 AM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

"Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation" breakout star Rebecca Ferguson has joined the cast of Daniel Espinosa's sci-fi feature "Life" for Skydance Productions.

The story follows the crew of the International Space Station, who, after retrieving a sample from Mars, discover that it displays signs of life that proves to be more intelligent than expected.

Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese ("Deadpool") will pen the script while David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, Bonnie Curtis and Julie Lynn are producing.

Ferguson is expected to reprise her role in the sixth 'Mission' film which begins shooting in August.

Source: Variety »

- Garth Franklin

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Mission: Impossible 5 Actress Rebecca Ferguson Joins Sci-Fi Pic Life

28 January 2016 4:59 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

After thrilling audiences as kick-ass secret agent Isla Faust alongside Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, we all wondered if Rebecca Ferguson would wind up – as so many young in-demand stars do – in a big comic book blockbuster. Many fans wanted to see her take to the stars as Captain Marvel, but it seems we might have to settle for her getting there with the aid of a rocket, as the Swedish actress has joined the cast of Skydance’s new space-set adventure, Life.

According to Variety, Ferguson will play a member of the crew of an International Space Station, who, “after retrieving a sample from Mars, discover that it displays signs of life, and proves to be more intelligent than expected.” It sounds a lot like the plot of the first Alien, but obviously it’s impossible to form a proper opinion with so little to go on. »

- Mark Cassidy

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Rebecca Ferguson to Star in Skydance’s Sci-fi Pic ‘Life’ (Exclusive)

28 January 2016 3:25 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Rebecca Ferguson is set to star in the Skydance sci-fi pic “Life,” sources tell Variety.

Daniel Espinosa is directing the film with David Ellison and Dana Goldberg producing along with Bonnie Curtis and Julie Lynn. The project, an original idea, has a script written by “Deadpool” duo Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese.

Story follows the crew of the International Space Station, who, after retrieving a sample from Mars, discover that it displays signs of life, and proves to be more intelligent than expected.

Ferguson has become an in-demand actress in Hollywood following her break-out in Skydance’s “Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation” where she beat out a slew of actresses for the role of Isla Faust. Following the film’s huge box office success with $682 million worldwide, she began to land offers for some of the biggest roles in town including the female lead opposite Michael Fassbender in “The Snowman” and »

- Justin Kroll

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Attractio Review

25 January 2016 8:08 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Perhaps because of the increased importance of narrative in video gaming today, titles that may not have otherwise placed any importance on telling a story have instead opted to try their hand at spinning the proverbial yarn. That’s not always a good thing, unfortunately: while an interesting set of characters and a winding plot can add a lot of weight to the goings-on of a game, a misstep or two in developing these elements can actually subtract from the impact of the gameplay.

Such is the unfortunate case of Attractio, a well-meaning first-person puzzle game developed by GameCoder Studios and picked up for publishing by Bandai Namco Entertainment. While there are a lot of intriguing ideas in this Portal-inspired puzzler, a totally unnecessary story and some finicky design elements keep their potential held in check. That’s not to say this is a bad game, of course, but there »

- Jowi Meli

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Dumb and Dumber Recut As a Drama Reveals the Poignant Friendship of Two Lonely Men Who Just Happen to Have Terrible Haircuts

22 January 2016 7:32 AM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Could there be any funnier movie than a serious drama in which the only comedic element is every character having terrible hair? Not in a David O. Russell "explosion at the wig factory" way, but intentionally? Mashable's artful dramatic recut of Dumb and Dumber certainly makes the case for the idea. Their new trailer turns the Farrelly Brothers' film' into the tale of one man's heartfelt journey to find love in a lonely world, but oh, you can't recut Jim Carrey's baby bangs! Astronauts on the International Space Station could identify Dumb and Dumber as a comedy based on that bang length alone. »

- Halle Kiefer

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From Beck to Barbra, 10 Covers of David Bowie's Hits

12 January 2016 1:45 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

While we will remember David Bowie for his songs and the eye-catching way he chose to perform them, his legacy isn't limited to his own art. In addition to being a creator and a performer, Bowie, who died this week at age 69, was also someone who inspired many people, both famous and not. Today, we're celebrating Bowie’s legacy by looking at some of the artists who've covered his songs. 1. "Space Oddity" by Chris Hadfield No, Hadfield didn't chart with this track, but that's because he's not a singer. He's an astronaut, and while aboard the International Space Station in »

- Drew Mackie, @drewgmackie

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From Beck to Barbra, 10 Covers of David Bowie's Hits

12 January 2016 1:45 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

While we will remember David Bowie for his songs and the eye-catching way he chose to perform them, his legacy isn't limited to his own art. In addition to being a creator and a performer, Bowie, who died this week at age 69, was also someone who inspired many people, both famous and not. Today, we're celebrating Bowie’s legacy by looking at some of the artists who've covered his songs. 1. "Space Oddity" by Chris Hadfield No, Hadfield didn't chart with this track, but that's because he's not a singer. He's an astronaut, and while aboard the International Space Station in »

- Drew Mackie, @drewgmackie

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Tim Peake, British Astronaut, Pays Tribute To David Bowie From The International Space Station

12 January 2016 12:39 PM, PST | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Tim Peake, the British astronaut, has been in space since December but took some time to pay tribute to the late David Bowie from space. Peake tweeted, “Saddened to hear David Bowie has lost his battle with cancer – his music was an inspiration to many.” Saddened to hear David Bowie has lost his battle […]

The post Tim Peake, British Astronaut, Pays Tribute To David Bowie From The International Space Station appeared first on uInterview. »

- Crystal Smith

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'Space Oddity' Astronaut Chris Hadfield Honors David Bowie: 'Goodbye Starman'

11 January 2016 11:35 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield shot to fame a few years ago thanks to a clever cover of David Bowie's classic tune "Space Oddity," which Hadfield recorded aboard the International Space Station. In the wake of Bowie's sudden death this weekend at age 69, Hadfield shared another tribute to the legendary artist.

The astronaut mourned the musician on Twitter, where he posted a message praising Bowie for his pioneering place in pop culture history. "Ashes to ashes, dust to stardust," Hadfield wrote. "Your brilliance inspired us all. Goodbye Starman."

Ashes to ashes, dust to stardust. Your brilliance inspired us all. Goodbye Starman. pic.twitter.com/FbcxlAzces

Chris Hadfield (@Cmdr_Hadfield) January 11, 2016 Though Hadfield himself didn't re-post his "Space Oddity" video, many other media outlets did, and it's not hard to see why: The commander's poignant take on the iconic song was reportedly one of Bowie's favorite cover versions of the tune. »

- Katie Roberts

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David Bowie dies at 69 after long fight with cancer

11 January 2016 7:00 AM, PST | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

David Bowie, the other-worldly musician who broke pop and rock boundaries with his creative musicianship, nonconformity, striking visuals and a genre-spanning persona he christened Ziggy Stardust, died of cancer Sunday. He was 69 and had just released a new album.

Bowie, whose hits included "Space Oddity," ''Fame," ''Heroes" and "Let's Dance," died "peacefully" and was surrounded by family, representative Steve Martin said early Monday. The singer had fought cancer for 18 months.

Long before alter egos and wild outfits became commonplace in pop, Bowie turned the music world upside down with the release of the 1972 album, "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars" which introduced one of music's most famous personas. Ziggy Stardust was a concept album that imagined a rock star from outer space trying to make his way in the music world. The persona - the red-headed, eyeliner wearing Stardust - would become an enduring part of his legacy, »

- Cineplex.com and contributors

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Nasa 'CineSpace' Short Film Competition Returns for 2016 (You Have 6 Months to Get Ready)

7 January 2016 9:54 AM, PST | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

Nasa and the Houston Cinema Arts Society once again will offer filmmakers around the world a chance to share their works inspired by - and using - actual Nasa imagery through "CineSpace," a short-film competition. The inaugural year of CineSpace drew 194 entries from 22 countries and 32 U.S. states. Sixteen finalists premiered their films at Houston Cinema Arts Festival's CineSpace Day at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Filmmakers brought new visions to life using real-life space imagery from Nasa telescopes and robotic spacecraft exploring our solar system and beyond, to sights captured on the International Space Station where men and women have been »

- Tambay A. Obenson

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Jerry Seinfeld Tackles Buffets in Hilarious 'Late Show' Stand-Up

7 January 2016 7:24 AM, PST | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Jerry Seinfeld warmed up for his year-long Beacon Theater residency during a quick set Wednesday night on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. His first installment in the monthly series at the Beacon begins Thursday, January 7th.

During Seinfeld's "tight five," he tackled American eating habits, using the larger seats at the Ed Sullivan Theater, where Late Show is hosted, as a launching point. "A lot of people think we have a weight problem in this country; I don't agree with them," Seinfeld begins. "I don't believe we'll have »

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