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Watch This YouTuber Build Kylo Ren’s TIE Fighter With the Power of the Force–Er, Stop Motion

With the elegant veneer of telekinetic power, the Shanks FX YouTube channel gives us all a lesson in how to build the Ravager, Kylo Ren’s personal TIE Fighter, out of Lego. It’s a remarkably soothing look, too; seeing all the pieces slide out and come together of their own volition in jerky, playful stop motion, soothing music set behind it. The sound effects are killer, too. Read More >>

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Virtual Reality is Power in the Second Trailer for Ready Player One

At an event today in Austin, Texas, Ernest Cline and the crew of Ready Player One debuted the film’s second trailer. Read More >>

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The First Impressions For Star Wars: The Last Jedi Are Overwhelmingly Good

Last night, the Hollywood premiere of Star Wars: The Last Jedi marked the first time anyone outside of Disney and Lucasfilm got a chance to see Rian Johnson’s long-awaited eighth mainline Star Wars film. (And John Boyega made it after all!) Now, responses have flooded in on social media from attendees, and they’re good, y’all. Read More >>

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The Latest The Last Jedi Featurette Showcases the Real-World Locations Behind the Film

It’s less than a week now, and we’ve likely gotten all the information we’re going to get before The Last Jedi hits theatres. But that doesn’t mean the behind-the-scenes work is any less interesting. Read More >>

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Meet the Big-Screen Miles Morales in First Trailer for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Today, Sony has debuted the first trailer for Lord and Miller’s animated Spider-Man film, starring Miles Morales and very possibly some other Spider heroes along the way. Read More >>

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Mark Hamill Plays a Desperate Luke Skywalker on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert

Besides the existence of the film itself, the best part about Star Wars: The Last Jedi is that it gives Mark Hamill an excuse to do a tour of late-night promotional appearances. Despite not being able to talk about the movie, Hamill is a consistent delight. His mixture of impressions, anecdotes, and genuine passion for life and art is incredibly compelling. Read More >>

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Fan Trailer Dramatises the Oldest Sci-Fi Rivalry of Them All

Scrappy smugglers vs. Casanova captains. Warp drive vs. hyperdrive. Utopian exploration vs. high space opera. You know the one. Read More >>

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Check Out The New Teaser Footage For Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Oh, those are dinosaurs, all right. A lot of dinosaurs. Read More >>

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What If Eleven in Stranger Things Is Even More Connected to the Monsters Than We Know?

Who’s the real monster in Stranger Things, anyway? A new video runs down the pretty compelling fan theory. Read More >>

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The Latest Black Mirror Trailer is Black and White and Barking All Over

In this trailer for an upcoming season four episode of Black Mirror, dogs are not man’s best friends. Read More >>

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Watch Jordan Peele Respond to Some Great Get Out Fan Theories

“I love this theory,” Jordan Peele says. “It is completely false.” Read More >>

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Report: Disney Back in Talks to Buy 21st Century Fox Assets

Though reports suggested that talks stalled last month, negotiations between Disney and Fox are back on and may come to a head by the end of the year, with the potential fate of Fox’s biggest entertainment assets in the balance. Read More >>

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Christopher Nolan Says His Batman Films Had One Advantage Over Contemporary Superhero Movies

With the unrelenting extravaganza that is the modern release schedule of superhero movies, it can be easy to forget that the last movie in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight saga was only released five years ago. According to Nolan, more than time and quality separate his films from all the work that’s come out since. Read More >>

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Parenting is Hard in New Black Mirror Season Four Trailer

Kids these days. What with their fidget spinners and shooty games and invasive neural implants. Read More >>

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James Cameron Talks Developing the Avatar Sequels and the Uncertain Future of His Franchises

In a wide-ranging interview, the director sheds some light on the long gap between the first Avatar film and its several planned sequels, as well as offering some insight into his return to the Terminator franchise. Read More >>