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So what if January 1 is still a couple of weeks away? Get an early start on celebrating the New Year with this big batch of new photos from some of 2015′s most highly anticipated releases, including Jurassic World, Mad Max: Fury Road, Furious 7, Insurgent, Inside Out, The Walk, and Chappie. Hit the jump […]
- Angie Han
As many businesses finish up for the year today ahead of the Christmas/New Year break, eyes are turning towards next year's biggest films and the titles that many of us are excited about.
Entertainment Weekly is going that today by releasing a large batch of photos from some of the biggest films to hit screens next year including first look stills from the comedy sequel "Ted 2," Steven Spielberg's Cold War drama with Tom Hanks, the Jake Gyllenhaal-led climbing drama "Everest," the Tina Fey and Amy Poehler comedy "Sisters," and Robert Zemeckis' twin towers high wire drama "The Walk".
There's also new shots from George Miller's "Mad Max: Fury Road," the seventh entry in the "Fast and Furious" franchise, Neill Blomkamp's new sci-fi film "Chappie," Pixar's "Inside Out," Ron Howard's "In the Heart of the Sea," the "Divergent" sequel "Insurgent," the family fantasy drama "Tomorrowland, »
- Garth Franklin
Photo: Walt Disney Pictures Entertainment Weekly has released several new images from upcoming 2015 releases including the likes of some artwork from Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens as seen directly above as well as pics from Ted 2, The Divergent Series: Insurgent, Furious 7, Jurassic World and many more. Full disclosure, just from looking at these pictures I wouldn't have been able to figure out what some of them are from, but lucky for you this isn't a "Guess the Movies" installment. Here's a look at several of the new pictures along with a little commentary of my own over the course of the next couple pages. I would have guessed this first picture below was for a Baby Mama sequel I didn't yet know existed -- in which case I'd have yelled, "Whoop whoop!" -- but alas, it's for a film called Sisters (previously known as The Nest »
- Jordan Benesh
Each week Variety publishes ListenFirst Digital Audience Ratings (Dar) – Film, a measurement of fan engagement across all the major digital platforms as it relates to film (see the TV version here). Provided by ListenFirst Media, Dar – Film measures what entertainment content is resonating most across Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter, YouTube and Wikipedia combined. For more on the methodology behind Dar, scroll to the bottom of the article.
Digital Audience Ratings (Dar) – Film Weekly Top 5 Wednesday Dec 10, 2014 – Tuesday Dec 16, 2014 Rank Last Week Film Rating(000) 1 – Mad Max: Fury Road 7,491 2 – Insurgent 5,161 3 3 The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies 3,694 4 – San Andreas 3,410 5 4 The Interview 2,693 -
Key First time on the chart Pinnacle Rank -
Trending Wednesday Dec 10, 2014 – Tuesday Dec 16, 2014 Film Rating(000) % Change Knight of Cups 804 +9,762% The Walk 1,062 +4,440% The Loft 125 +3,514%
Following a silent month on social, “Mad Max” released its teaser trailer and debuted at #1 on this week’s Dar-film leaderboard. “Mad Max »
- Jason Klein
The trailer for "Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens" dominated over the competition by getting over 58 million views in its first five days. But since it was released later in the year, it's currently in second place on the list of the most popular trailers of 2014. The top spot went to the trailer for "Fifty Shades of Grey," which has a whopping 93 million views since July. The trailer for "Star Wars" was release at the end of November and currently has 81 million views. "Terminator Genisys" trailer was released around the same as the one for "Star Wars," but failed to make the list. Check out the list of the top twenty trailers of 2014 below. It includes such films as "Avenger: Age of Ultron," "Furious 7" and "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1," which had two of its trailers end up on the list. 1. Fifty Shades of Grey »
2014 has been a landmark year for comic book movies. Not only did we get two of Marvel's best-ever films (Guardians of the Galaxy and Captain America: The Winter Soldier), but the major studios announced enough future superhero adaptations to take us all the way up to 2019.
It's been a pretty landmark year for comic books too. It feels as though more genuinely exciting new titles launched in 2014 than in the past ten years combined, with DC, Marvel and especially Image taking big risks and creating some seriously compelling comics in the process.
We've picked out our 14 favourite comics from this year in terms of big-screen potential:
The Comic: On paper, Spread doesn't sound like the most original book on the market. Like The Walking Dead, it's set in a post-apocalyptic world where survivors fight off gruesome monsters and each other. As with The Thing, those monsters are giant shape-shifting »
Phew—2014 is over. But you know what that means. Another year is on the horizon, and with a turn of the calendar comes a tidal wave of pop culture items, each eager to become your new favorite thing. Fortunately for you, Entertainment Weekly’s annual forecast issue is here to help you wade through the waters and find the movie, show, album, or book (it's a race to find the next Gone Girl!) that’s destined to find its way into your hands in 2015. You may have heard about a few little indies coming up. Star Wars: The Force Awakens? »
- EW staff
The surprise trailer for Terrence Malick's new film, Knight of Cups, dropped this week, as did news it would premiere at the Berlinale in 2015. Above: no, Godard's Goodbye to Language didn't top Film Comment's Best of 2014 list, it finished 2nd to Richard Linklater's Boyhood, but at this rate we'll be leading with pictures from Boyhood every week with how many lists it's topping. Below are Film Comment's Top 10 of 2014 as well as their Top 10 Undistributed films of 2014. They have larger lists for your perusal here and here.
2. Goodbye to Language (Jean-Luc Godard, France)
3. The Grand Budapest Hotel (Wes Anderson, USA)
6. Stranger By the Lake (Alain Guiraudie, France)
8. Birdman (Alejandro G. »
Going to the cinemas in 2014 was part emotional, part uproarious, and part interstellar thrill ride – there were a lot of movies to see this past year.
The everlasting bond between a parent and a child, courageous real life heroes, superheroes – past, present and future and their gripping stories of bravery graced the silver screen as well as our year ends lists. As a collective audience, we cried with them, we laughed with them and we cheered for them.
With the 323 films eligible for Best Picture at the upcoming 87th Academy Awards, have a look back at the movie-going experiences that was 2014.
We Are Movie Geeks presents our Top 10 films of 2014.
Let us know your favorites by adding your top 10 films in our comments section below.
Honorable Mention – Nightcrawler
Nightcrawler imparts a healthy amount »
- Movie Geeks
The opening paragraph is typically a space occupied by movie recommendations and, in a way, today is only a minor deviation. I was recently gifted a hardcover edition of Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons' comic series Kingsman: The Secret Service and I enjoyed it enough to not only throw a book recommendation your way but to also say I'm firmly on board for Matthew Vaughn (who earned a co-plotting credit on the comic) and Jane Goldman's movie adaptation due out in February (see the latest Red-Band trailer here). Embedded in Millar's hyper-violent action are noble lessons about the value of public service, remembering where you came from, and the importance of recognizing stereotypes while having enough self-esteem to avoid letting yourself being defined by them. As for the movie, the bits I've seen look to be just as entertaining as the book albeit with more parkour action. After »
- Jason Barr
Plenty of exciting things happened in the world of entertainment, and we're back with an all new episode of The Recap to breakdown the week's biggest scoops and give you our thoughts on them! This week's episode features Star Wars, Mad Max, Destiny and more, so come inside to check it all out.
News happens every day. Some are massive, jaw dropping scoops, while others may fly under the radar. Our brand new weekly recap series wants to highlight the best/most interesting news scoops from the week, that you may have missed or forgot about in the deluge of other news stories.
To read more about the stories covered in this week's Recap, you can check out the original articles on the official site:
Star Wars: The Force Awakens Charater Names Revealed
Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is Hit With Another Delay
Josh Brolin Hints at More Thanos in »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jordan Maison)
It’s been a long road, but after some couple of decades in development, it looks like George Miller’s follow up to the crowning achievement in human culture – 1985’s Mad Max 3: Beyond Thunderdome – is finally done. And to assuage any fan’s fears that the extended production cycle might have resulted in a messy, too-many-cooks sort of a film, they’ve been treated to not one but now two totally badass trailers that make it look like the best film of 2015. Suck it, Jj Abrams.
After a surprise debut at San Diego Comic-Con which served as the first glimpse at the film by anybody not working on it, Mad Max: Fury Road has finally been blessed with a proper, honest-to-goodness full length trailer. One that you might actually get to see in cinemas. Which, given how awesome it is, is quite the Christmas treat. Although, given »
- Tom Baker
The latest trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road is absolute epic madness, focusing on what the series is best known for, which is crazy cars going at it in the desert. Ok, maybe Mad Max is a bit more than that, but you can’t deny it, Mad Max: Fury Road looks pretty damn awesome. I […]
Read The World Goes Mad in Mad Max: Fury Road on Filmonic.
Page Six confirms Keira Knightley is expecting her first baby with husband James Righton. However, the two have yet to comment. [Vogue] Leonardo DiCaprio and his model girlfriend are splitsville after a year of dating. Does this explain the Art Basel escapades? [Perez Hilton] Serial host Sarah Koeing is Colbert’s favorite guest ever. [Vulture] The Mad Max: Fury Road trailer is setting the Internet on fire. Literally. [Vanity Fair] Slumdog Millionaire costars Freida Pinto and Dev Patel throw in the towel after six years of dating. [Us Weekly] Meryl Streep says playing a “bitch” comes naturally. We find that hard to believe, Meryl. [Page Six] Brandi Glanville opens up about her sexuality on HuffPost Live. [Gossip Cop] Modern Family didn’t receive a Golden Globe »
- Taylor Ferber
You really don’t need to watch this second trailer for next year’s Mad Max: Fury Road. You’ll want too of course, especially after the magnificence of the first trailer that premiered this past summer, and we honestly can’t blame you. But you still don’t need to watch this new one. The problem isn’t that this latest trailer underwhelms — on the contrary as it’s loaded with awesomeness that makes the wait for the film’s release next May even more of a struggle. And it’s not like the trailer spoils any plot points or character reveals either. No, our suggestion here is simply that you save the epic action-beats on display here for the big screen. Wait until you’re actually seated for the movie itself so your first time viewing of the orgasmic mayhem is in context and projected at bigger than life size. But »
- Rob Hunter
Warner Bros. Pictures have released the official teaser trailer to Mad Max: Fury Road.I have to say this is probably the most stunning trailer I’ve seen this year, some really atmospheric and spectacular cinematography. Some spectacular stunts and brooding shots as we get a glimpse of a world of ‘fire and blood’with ‘everything is dependent on oil’ where ‘everybody has gone out of their mind.’In this sequel Tom Hardy takes over the role as former cop Max Rockatansky (formerly played by Mel Gibson) who is as bad as it comes as he wanders the deserts of a post-apocalyptic world filled with crazed […] »
- John Criton
Warner Bros. has just released the official trailer for George Miller’s fourth installment in the Mad Max series Mad Max: Fury Road, and by all accounts, it promises a thrilling and explosive return to theatres come May 2015.
Having survived 25 years in its own dystopic wasteland, Mad Max: Fury Road returns with Max Rockatansky (played this time around by Tom Hardy) who, still haunted by the past, exists alone as the rest of humanity continue to fight over what’s left of life’s necessities. After a chance encounter with Imperator Furiosa (Charlize Theron), who believes survival is possible if she returns to her homeland, Max becomes embroiled in a high-octane road war between rebels and the Warlord Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne) who is on the hunt for something irreplaceable.
Miller, who wrote and directed the non-stop chase along Fury Road, has created a visually stunning, action centric film, heavily »
- Sacha Hall
Warner Bros just unveiled a new trailer for its upcoming "Mad Max: Fury Road," starring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron. Check it out below. Plot: The post-apocalyptic action film is set in the furthest reaches of our planet, in a stark desert landscape where humanity is broken, and most everyone is crazed fighting for the necessities of life. Within this world of fire and blood exist two rebels on the run who just might be able to restore order. There's Max (Hardy), a man of action and a man of few words, who seeks peace of mind following the loss of his wife and child in the aftermath of the chaos, and Furiosa (Theron), a woman of action and a woman who believes her path to survival may be achieved if she can make it across the desert back to her childhood homeland. "Mad Max: Fury Road" is directed by »
"The post-apocalyptic action film is set in the furthest reaches of our planet...
"...in a stark desert landscape where humanity is broken, and most everyone is crazed fighting for the necessities of life.
"Within this world of fire and blood exist two rebels on the run who just might be able to restore order…
"There’s 'Max' (Tom Hardy), a man of action and a man of few words...
"...who seeks peace of mind...
"... following the loss of his wife and child in the aftermath of the chaos.
"And 'Furiosa (Charlize Theron), a woman of action and a woman »
- Michael Stevens
There is only one proper response to the jaw-dropping new trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road: how does this movie exist? It simply does not look like any other movie being made today. The strange thing is that George Miller's movie has everything that a modern big-budget Hollywood movie requires. It has a ton of CGI in it. It has giant explosions left and right. It has big-name actors in heroic roles. It has brand relevance. It checks off pretty much all the same focus-group boxes as every franchise movie that a studio greenlights these days, and yet it looks nothing like anything any other studio - or filmmaker - is making right now. That's not just remarkable, it's unbelievable. It seems downright impossible in this day and age of shared universes and spin-off movies...
- Peter Hall
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