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Apocalyptic Action in New Mad Max: Fury Road Trailer

17 December 2014 | Horror Asylum | See recent Horror Asylum news »

If per chance you missed out on last weeks online premiere of the new official trailer for Warner Bros' 'Mad Max: Fury Road' then you can play catch up and check it out below. 'Mad Max' director George Miller returns to helm the all-out action-packed apocalyptic adventure which is set arrive in theatres next May. Tom Hardy ('The Dark Knight Rises', 'Inception') fills the role formerly filled by Mel Gibson and he is joined on his wasteland journey by Charlize Theron ('Monster'), Nicholas Hoult ('Warm Bodies'), Riley Keough ('Jack and Diane'), Zoe Kravitz, Nathan Jones, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley ('Transformers: Dark of the Moon') and Abbey Lee Kershaw. Check out the new trailer below. »

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Interstellar becomes fourth movie to earn $100 million from IMAX

16 December 2014 7:39 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Following the news yesterday’ that it had crossed the $600 million mark worldwide, Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar also joins a very lucrative club now that it has passed $100 million from IMAX screenings alone.

Interstellar is still being screened in IMAX until the end of the year, but the movie has now joined Avatar, Gravity and The Dark Knight Rises (also directed by Nolan) to pass $100 from IMAX screenings alone.

More than an hour of Interstellar was shot specifically for IMAX.

Featuring in the cast of Interstellar are Matthew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club), Anne Hathaway (The Dark Knight Rises), Jessica Chastain (The Help), Michael Caine (Inception), Mackenzie Foy (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn), Wes Bentley (The Hunger Games), Casey Affleck (Ain’t Them Bodies Saints), Topher Grace (Spider-Man 3), John Lithgow (Rise of the Planet of the Apes), Bill Irwin (Lady in the Water), David Gyasi (Cloud Atlas), Ellen Burstyn (Requiem for a Dream »

- Luke Owen

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Interstellar blasts past $600 million at the global box office

15 December 2014 8:35 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

It may have missed out on top spot at the North American box office, but Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi epic Interstellar has now blasted past the $600 million mark worldwide, having banked $621.8 million to date. Of that figure, $166.8 million comes from its domestic run, along with an impressive $455 million from international markets.

Interstellar is Nolan’s fourth-highest grossing film after The Dark Knight Rises ($1.084 billion), The Dark Knight ($1.003 billion) and Inception ($825.5 million).

Featuring in the cast of Interstellar are Matthew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club), Anne Hathaway (The Dark Knight Rises), Jessica Chastain (The Help), Michael Caine (Inception), Mackenzie Foy (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn), Wes Bentley (The Hunger Games), Casey Affleck (Ain’t Them Bodies Saints), Topher Grace (Spider-Man 3), John Lithgow (Rise of the Planet of the Apes), Bill Irwin (Lady in the Water), David Gyasi (Cloud Atlas), Ellen Burstyn (Requiem for a Dream), David Oyelowo (The Butler) and Matt Damon »

- Gary Collinson

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Box Office: Interstellar Gross Now At $621.8M

14 December 2014 12:20 PM, PST | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar' has now earned $622 million worldwide: http://t.co/4CVue15QAK pic.twitter.com/PTHza3CcGe — Box Office Mojo (@boxofficemojo) December 14, 2014 Christopher Nolan's divisive Interstellar continues to perform for Legendary, Warner Bros. and Paramount Pictures at the global box office. To date, the film has earned $621.8M with a split of $166.8M domestic and $455M-international. Top 10 Films Of 2014 (Worldwide) 1. Transformers: Age of Extinction----$1.09B 2: Guardians of the Galaxy---$771.9M 3. Maleficent---$757.8M 4. X-Men: Days of Future Past---$746M 5.Captain America: The Winter Soldier----$714.1M 6. The Amazing Spider-Man 2---$709M 7. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes---$708.3 8. Interstellar-----$621.8M 9. How to Train Your Dragon 2----$618.9M 10. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt 1--- $611.4M Interstellar chronicles the adventures of a group of explorers who make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human »

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Oscars Best Picture: 7 Underdogs That Could Benefit from Preferential Ballot

12 December 2014 2:04 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

All hope isn’t lost for “American Sniper.” Even though the Bradley Cooper drama about Navy Seal Chris Kyle hasn’t leapt into the award season race yet, it still holds a stealth advantage as it enters Oscar balloting — passionate fans.

The Golden Globe nominees (announced on Thursday) and SAG Awards (Wednesday) don’t necessarily take passion into account. But the Academy Award nominating system for best picture, determined by a preferential ballot (that puts more “weight” on a film ranked as No. 1 by a voter), can help out a movie like “Sniper,” which has ardent groupies. In recent years, films such as “A Serious Man,” “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close,” “District 9,” “Tree of Life,” “Toy Story 3″ and “Amour” were nominated in the top Oscar category because their fans loved them in a fanatical way.

Here are seven filmsthat could benefit from a similar surge this year.

1. “Unbroken »

- Ramin Setoodeh

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Golden Globe Nominations: 26 Biggest Snubs and Surprises

11 December 2014 8:22 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. loves to nominate celebrities, but this year, voters left a few off the list — no Angelina Jolie for directing “Unbroken,” no Ben Affleck for “Gone Girl,” no Bradley Cooper for “American Sniper” and no Julia Roberts for HBO’s “The Normal Heart.” The Golden Globes voters, made up of fewer than 100 foreign journalists, don’t overlap with the Academy, but because their nominations are announced just days before the Oscars nominating window, they are an influential group in terms of giving performances a boost. And the big winners after Thursday morning’s announcement included Jake Gyllenhaal for “Nightcrawler,” Jennifer Aniston in “Cake,” David Oyelowo for “Selma” and “Birdman,” which landed more nominations than any other film (seven). On the TV side, the Globes proved to once again be the hippest awards show, by including freshman series like “Jane the Virgin,” “Silicon Valley” and “Transparent.”

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- Ramin Setoodeh and Geoff Berkshire

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Golden Globe Nominations: 26 Biggest Snubs and Surprises

11 December 2014 8:22 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. loves to nominate celebrities, but this year, voters left a few off the list — no Angelina Jolie for directing “Unbroken,” no Ben Affleck for “Gone Girl,” no Bradley Cooper for “American Sniper” and no Julia Roberts for HBO’s “The Normal Heart.” The Golden Globes voters, made up of fewer than 100 foreign journalists, don’t overlap with the Academy, but because their nominations are announced just days before the Oscars nominating window, they are an influential group in terms of giving performances a boost. And the big winners after Thursday morning’s announcement included Jake Gyllenhaal for “Nightcrawler,” Jennifer Aniston in “Cake,” David Oyelowo for “Selma” and “Birdman,” which landed more nominations than any other film (seven). On the TV side, the Globes proved to once again be the hippest awards show, by including freshman series like “Jane the Virgin,” “Silicon Valley” and “Transparent.”

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- Ramin Setoodeh and Geoff Berkshire

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New international trailer for Ron Howard’s In the Heart of the Sea starring Chris Hemsworth

11 December 2014 7:25 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Warner Bros. has released a new international trailer for In the Heart of the Sea, the upcoming nautical survival tale which reunites Rush director Ron Howard with star Chris Hemsworth. Check it out below…

n the winter of 1820, the New England whaling ship Essex was assaulted by something no one could believe: a whale of mammoth size and will, and an almost human sense of vengeance. The real-life maritime disaster would inspire Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick. But that told only half the story. “Heart of the Sea” reveals the encounter’s harrowing aftermath, as the ship’s surviving crew is pushed to their limits and forced to do the unthinkable to stay alive. Braving storms, starvation, panic and despair, the men will call into question their deepest beliefs, from the value of their lives to the morality of their trade, as their captain searches for direction on the open sea »

- Gary Collinson

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Gone Girl, Birdman and biopics take over the Golden Globe nominations

11 December 2014 5:28 AM, PST | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Kate Beckinsale, Peter Krause, Jeremy Piven, and Paula Patton were awake bright and early this morning to help announce the nominees for the twenty-five categories of the 72nd annual Golden Globes.

Biopics reigned supreme at this year’s nomination ceremony with Foxcatcher, The Imitation Game, Selma, andThe Theory of Everything picking up nominations for Best Motion Picture (Drama). The sole fictional work in the category is Richard Linklater’s coming of age project, Boyhood.

Linklater also received a Best Director nomination along with David Fincher (Gone Girl), Alejandro G. Iñárritu (Birdman), Ava DuVernay (Selma), and Wes Anderson for The Grand Budapest Hotel. Anderson’s film was also nominated for Best Screenplay and Best Motion Picture (Musical or Comedy).

In the Best Actor (Drama) category, Steve Carell, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Eddie Redmayne were obvious, popular picks, but major kudos go out to the Globes for also nominating Selma’s David Oyelowo »

- Sasha James

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New 'Mad Max' Trailer Debuts: "Our World Is Fire and Blood"

10 December 2014 10:30 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

"Everybody's gone out of their mind," explains a voiceover in the new trailer for next year's Mad Max: Fury Road. "You're not the only one, Max." To its credit, the trailer is also gleefully out of its mind, eschewing the traditional Inception-inspired stabs of sound for classical music soundtracking visually arresting scenes of carnage, destruction and an apocalyptic design sense that owes little to contemporary genre fashions — everything looks grimy, over-the-top and utterly fascinating. If nothing else, expect this to be the most visually spectacular movie of the summer season. Starring Tom Hardy and

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- Graeme McMillan

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Christian Bale Offers His Own Two Cents On The Dark Knight Rises Ending

10 December 2014 9:05 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Such is the filmmaking style of Christopher Nolan that months and even years after one of his films grace the silver screen, moviegoers and critics alike will continue to deliberate theories as they slowly peel back the layers. Movies like Memento, Inception, and, more recently, Interstellar are labyrinthine greats that effectively demand a second viewing in order to truly appreciate their depth and scope (to figure out what the bloody hell is going on, basically).

But one Nolan film that was met with similar critique was The Dark Knight Rises, and star Christian Bale was recently asked about his own interpretation of the trilogy’s conclusion. Warning, therein lies spoilers:

The British actor was asked the question during a recent panel for his upcoming sword and sandals epic, Exodus: Gods and Kings and it is, for all intents and purposes, the dominant reading of Nolan’s trilogy-capper.

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- Michael Briers

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Was The End Of 'The Dark Knight Rises' A Dream? Christian Bale Answers The Question

9 December 2014 12:31 PM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Listen, I know Christopher Nolan's films can be labyrinthine and twisty, and the end of "Inception" was one of the best "gotcha!" moments in recent memory, but did anyone really think that the end of "The Dark Knight Rises" was a dream? I thought it was crystal clear, but it appears that it's still a legitimate concern for some folks. To recap for the five people who haven't seen it (and duh, spoilers), the end of 'Rises' sees Batman (Christian Bale) seemingly dying while saving Gotham, passing the mantle, his Batcave, and more over to a certain John Robin Blake (Joseph Gordon-Levitt). However, in the film's last moments, we're taken to Florence, where Alfred (Michael Caine) visits his usual café, only to look up and see Bruce Wayne alive and well, sitting with Selina Kyle (Anne Hathaway). It's a sweet little touch that wraps up the trilogy nicely, but it appears for some, »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Watch: Steven Ilous’ Futuristic Sci-Fi Short Film ‘Polis’

9 December 2014 5:00 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

We love keeping an eye out for new talent, whether old or new, it’s exciting to always see what filmmakers are bringing to the table. Over the past two years, we’ve been impressed by Steve Ilous’ work that started with the futuristic 2088 that we shared in the summer (see that here) and today we’ve got his short film, Polis to share!

This film is a finalist in the New Regency, Prototype competition and stars Parker Young (Suburgatory), Dileep Rao (Inception), and Mad Men‘s Mark Kelly. Directed by Ilous and written by Daniel Perea, Polis is set in the distant future and set around lead character David Porter, a young telepath whose search for his mother threatens to uncover a utopian society’s horrifying secrets.

Watch the sci-fi thriller below and trust me, it’ll leave you wanting more!

It’s received some great feedback already and »

- Dan Bullock

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SAG Awards: Predictions in an Unpredictable Year

8 December 2014 11:30 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Sorry critics, but the SAG Awards are the first of the true precursor honors that indicate which way the Academy Awards may be leading. The nominees are voted on by 4,200 SAG members selected at random every year — 2,100 vote on film awards, 2,100 vote on TV awards. The full SAG-aftra voting body then selects the winners, who will be announced in a ceremony on Jan. 25, 2015. The nominees will be announced on Dec. 10 at an ungodly hour.

Last year, all four SAG award winners in film went on to score the Academy Award. (The fifth category, best ensemble, has no Oscar equivalent, though many erroneously associate it with best picture.) Still, there are always some anomalies in matching up the races every year — I still wonder if voters thought they were casting ballots for Melanie Laurent in “Inglourious Basterds” the year Diane Kruger got a nod.

And because the nominations are announced early, »

- Jenelle Riley

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Why Christopher Nolan Movies Will Never Be Like Marvel Movies

7 December 2014 10:29 AM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

From the most recent Interstellar to Inception, Memento, and even The Dark Knight series, Christopher Nolan has a knack for creating incredible, mind-bending movies that are difficult to compete with. Though he has touched the superhero world with his take on the caped crusader, Batman, Nolan.s trilogy is nothing like any other superhero movies to date. Nolan movies have a very distinct style to them, they make the viewer think in ways many other films can not, especially Marvel movies. In a recent episode of The Colbert Report, the always hilarious Stephen Colbert sat down with Christopher Nolan to discuss Interstellar and Nolan.s tendency to do more with movies than just entertain. Colbert starts his interview asking Nolan why he wants the viewer to think so much. Colbert compares Interstellar to the recent Marvel blockbuster stating, "When the movie is over, I.m still thinking about the movie, »

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Watch Christopher Nolan Talk Interstellar; Confuse the Hell out of Stephen Colbert on The Colbert Report

6 December 2014 12:50 PM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Christopher Nolan has a knack for making movies that are hard to get your head around. Memento, Inception, and now Interstellar all left audiences scratching their heads, and it seems none more so than Stephen ColbertInterstellar, of course, stars Matthew McConaughey as an astronaut leading a team of scientists into deep space with the hopes of finding a habitable planet to call home.  It has become one of the year's most nitpicked and debated films, from the sound mix to the science, audiences have enjoyed scrutinizing every element of the film. Earlier this week Nolan dropped by The Colbert Report to promote Interstellar and Colbert took the opportunity to take him to task for his resume of mind-bending movies.  Obviously we all know that in reality Colbert is an extremely intelligent man who likely understands these subjects pretty damn well, but if there's anything more enjoyable than watching Colbert play dumb, »

- Haleigh Foutch

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Box Office: 'Mockingjay' closing in on 'Captain America'

6 December 2014 9:59 AM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

With no new wide releases in theaters this weekend, Jennifer Lawrence and "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part I" once again had no trouble claiming the top spot at the box office on Friday. It earned $6.5 million, bringing its domestic to $242.6 million. By Monday, "Mockingjay" will be the second-highest grossing film of the year, moving past "Captain America: The Winter Soldier's" $259.7 million gross. The only film ahead of it will be Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy," which topped out at a starry $331.9 million, and will have no trouble keeping the box office crown through the end of the year. However, it's not all good news for Katniss Everdeen. "Mockingjay" is still performing much lower than was expected, and will have a very difficult time matching the $424.6 million grossed by last year's "Catching Fire."  Meanwhile, "Horrible Bosses 2" scored $2.7 million for second place on Friday. Its domestic total stands at a decent $30.2 million. »

- Dave Lewis

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Paul Franklin on the sizeable visual effects challenges of 'Interstellar' [Exclusive Video]

5 December 2014 4:30 PM, PST | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Visual effects supervisor Paul Franklin faced a sizeable challenge with "Interstellar," a special-effects extravaganza that takes place in the farthest reaches of outer space. Yet the old pro, who won the Oscar for "Inception" (2010) and was nominated for "The Dark Knight" (2008), found assistance from an unlikely source. Kip Thorne, a leading theoretical physicist, was brought onboard early on to assist Franklin and his team with the creation of the wormhole that Matthew McConaughey travels through in his search for new worlds. Production designer Nathan Crowley creates new worlds for 'Interstellar' -Break- "What Kip did…was he gave me what I call ‘Space-Time 101,’" Franklin tells us in our video interview (watch below). "He took me through all the really important basic concepts of what a wormhole is, how space and time are warped by these things, and really sort of brought..." »

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'Interstellar,' 'The Hobbit,' 'Guardians of the Galaxy' on Oscars shortlist for Best Visual Effects

5 December 2014 2:24 PM, PST | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Ten films have made the cut with the academy's Visual Effects Branch Executive Committee. Now, all visual effects branch members will have the opportunity to view 10-minute excerpts from these shortlisted works on Jan. 10 to determine the five films that make the Oscar ballot. -Break- Even though this category used to belong to summer blockbusters, 10 of the last 14 Visual Effects Oscars have gone to a Best Picture nominee, including the last six in a row: "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," "Avatar," "Inception," "Hugo," "Life of Pi" and "Gravity."  That is great news for "Interstellar," Christopher Nolan's technologically audacious thriller about space travel. It is the overwhelming frontrunner in this race.  The comic book crime fighters still in the running are: “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,”    “Guardians of the Galaxy” a »

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Tech Support: Can Alexandre Desplat land three Oscar nominations for original score?

4 December 2014 2:36 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

The Academy Award for Best Original Score is one of the categories I find most interesting and most frustrating. First, the good: I love the awarding of film music, which can immeasurably improve the experience of a film and can become iconic in its own right. There is also much about the music branch that I love, particularly its international flavor, both in terms of the composers cited and the types of music rewarded. Moreover, while the category tends to favor Best Picture nominees and epic movies, it is not excessively exclusionary in this respect. But that love of epics can sometimes lead to simply rewarding "most music." More importantly, this branch is infamously insular. Unless a composer is aboard a major Best Picture contender or has otherwise composed a simply iconic score, it is unusual to earn a first nomination. And even those features are not always enough for first-timers. »

- Gerard Kennedy

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