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Exclusive: The Most Critically Divisive Films According To Data

Earlier this year a psychological horror film called “Mother!” (yes, with the exclamation mark) hit cinemas. Directed by Darren Aaronofsky and starring Jennifer Lawrence, it is safe to say that the film divided audiences. Some critics raved - The Guardian’s Peter Bradshaw gave the film five stars, whereas others like the New York Observer’s Rex Reed gave the film a big fat zero. Was it genius? Was it hideous? Critics couldn't decide. Read More >>

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Fantastic Beasts 2 Has a New Name and a First Look at the Cast

Fantastic Beasts 2 is no longer Fantastic Beasts 2—it’s Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, and now we have our first look at some of the cast, including Jude Law in action as the young Albus Dumbledore himself! Read More >>

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The End Credit Scene of Thor: Ragnarok Could Have Been Something Very, Very Different

By now you probably know that Thor: Ragnarok has two end credit scenes. The first is the big one that ties into the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe. The second, which is much more appropriate to the film, is a funny little aside and director Taika Waititi revealed it was one of just many choices he had for the ending. Read More >>

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Universal’s Shared Monster Movie Universe Has Been Put on Hold

Universal Studios had high hopes for its 2017 reboot of the Mummy franchise, with planned to use the movie as a launchpad for a sprawling, shared universe of monster movies starring characters like the Bride of Frankenstein and the Wolf Man. According to a new report, though, those plans have been on hold. Read More >>

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For the Last Time, Aquaman’s Weapon in Justice League Is Not His Trident

Aquaman has emerged as one of the great hopes for Warner Bros.’ upcoming Justice League film. This Arthur Curry likes to drink and not cut his hair and fight with weapons that have more than three tines! Suffice to say, this Aquaman is a far cry from his comics counterpart. Read More >>

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The Justice League Clips Just Keep on Coming

It’s only a couple of weeks until the theatrical release of Warner Bros. and DC’s moonshot ensemble superhero flick. And this weekend they’ve decided to really go all in with new clips. If you’re afraid of spoilers, now might be a good time to go on a media blackout. But if you’re curious, look no further. Read More >>

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We Love the Badass Grandma in Pixar’s Coco

Respecting your elders is a staple of all cultures. But you really respect them when they can use their shoe like it’s a switchblade knife. Read More >>

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Jeff Goldblum Riffing on the Meaning of ‘Ragnarok’ is Absolutely Delightful

Walk up to someone and ask them what “Ragnarok” means, and chances are, they won’t have an answer. Even if they were randomly into Norse mythology, though, none of them would have answers as delightfully kooky as Thor: Ragnarok star Jeff Goldblum. Read More >>

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Blade Runner: What ACTUALLY Makes Replicants Want to Cry

Blade Runner is one of those films that only gets deeper with each watch. Ridley Scott’s classic, with its prescient image of a world dominated by Chinese culture and fear of a rampant AI, describes a universe in which replica humans - replicants - are built to do thine jobs humans would rather not  be involved. These jobs might include fighting wars, being part of ‘an off-world kick-murder squad,’ or giving ‘pleasure’ to humans. Read More >>

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Bride of Frankenstein Has Been Postponed Because Nobody Wants Another Mummy

On the heels of director Bill Condon’s remarks that his upcoming Bride of Frankenstein movie would have “nothing to do with” Universal’s Dark Universe comes word that the film will not begin shooting early next year as planned. Instead, the production is taking a time out to rework its script. Read More >>

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The New Flatliners Killed the One Scene That Connected it to the First Film

The new Flatliners may have been billed as a sequel, but the lacklustre flop ended up being little more than a remake. That’s because, even though original Flatliners star Kiefer Sutherland promised he was reprising his character, there wasn’t anything tying him, or much else, to the previous flick. Actually, let me rephrase that: There could’ve been something that connected the two films, but the scene was deleted because it was for old people. Read More >>

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Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man and the Wasp Stunt Double is a Badass Amputee

At 16, Brett Smrz lost his leg after a freak trampoline accident. Today, Smrz is a professional stunt driver and one of two Ant-Man stunt doubles you’ll see in Ant-Man and the Wasp. Read More >>

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The It Sequel Finally Has an Official Release Date

Here’s some joyful news for all the Stephen King horror fans and devoted Pennywise meme-makers. The It sequel finally has an official release date, and you won’t have to wait 27 years to see what happens to the Losers Club. You will, however, have to wait a couple of years. Read More >>

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle is Almost too Much Fun for its Own Good

Imagine you were 10 years old and given five minutes to tear through a toy store. You’d sprint in, grab everything you wanted, and fall down from exhaustion at the end. It would be an amazing time, but with so much happening so fast, what would the real, lasting memory be? That experience, in movie form, is Kingsman: The Golden Circle. Read More >>

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John Wick 3 is Happening, and it’s Out in 2019

The third chapter in the John Wick franchise has been confirmed. Start the clock: there's 20 months to go until we get more Keanu Reeves on-screen shredding. Read More >>