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Kingsman: How Do We Know That Eggsy and Harry Are The Good Guys?

In 2009, Zack Snyder asked us “Who Watches The Watchmen?”. In 2015 and again 2017, Matthew Vaughn adapted another comic property to the big screen - and tried to make us forget we ever asked. Read More >>

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Remote Mountain Hideaway Hosts James Bond Creativity Fun Park

007 ELEMENTS is the name of a new artistic James Bond experience, one that requires visitors to first get to a Bond villain-style hideout built on the summit of the Gaislachkogl Mountain. Read More >>

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Churchy Types Shocked by Cathedral’s Role in Hellboy

The serene towers of Wells Cathedral have been disrupted by filming of late, with parishioners wondering what romantic costume drama perhaps starring Anna Friel, or sedate bakery programme presented by a nice old lady, is being filmed there. The truth, though, is horrifying. They've been shooting Hellboy. In a cathedral. Nazi demons. In a cathedral. 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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Blade Runner 2049 International Posters Give a Good Look at the Main Cast

We’re only weeks away from the premiere of the long-awaited Blade Runner sequel. Get a good look at the main cast with these international posters. Read More >>

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Darren Aronofsky’s mother! is Incredibly Fascinating and Unbelievably Frustrating

Darren Aronofsky’s mother! is gruelling and gruesome. It’s a deliberately pretentious art-house movie, cast with some of the biggest stars on the planet. It’s horrifying on many levels—and yet there’s something deeply admirable about it. Whatever the opposite of “crowd-pleaser” is, this movie is it. Read More >>

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It Is a Great Movie That’s Much, Much More Than Just a Horror Flick

It’s been a long time coming to cinemas, but It turns out to have been worth the wait. The cinematic adaptation of what is arguably Stephen King’s most famous novel is absolutely an excellent horror film, but its real success is how it exceeds just horror—it’s dramatic, funny, and, most impressively, has way more heart than any movie about a terrifying clown should manage to have. Read More >>

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Oh, That’s a Relief: Indiana Jones 5 Won’t Include Shia LaBeouf’s Mutt Williams

When the fifth Indiana Jones movie, which is currently in development, hits movie screens, it will be without one not-so-beloved character. Shia LaBeouf’s Mutt Williams will not be returning. Read More >>

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Sky Launches a Sci-Fi Film Channel, But Only for a Month

Some advertising or marketing machinations probably involving the promotional budgets of Star Wars or Blade Runner are afoot, with the result being that Sky Cinema subscribers are to have a free extra sci-fi channel for the month of September and the first week of October. Read More >>

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First Photo From Ant-Man and The Wasp is of Hope Van Dyne Looking Badass in a Brand New Wasp Suit

One of the last things we saw in the original Ant-Man film from 2015 was the Wasp suit that Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) was always destined to wear. Today, we got our first look at the suit she’ll don in next year’s Ant-Man and the Wasp and it’s a liiiiitle bit different. Read More >>

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The Week in Geek: Star Wars, Doomsday Clock, Glass, and More

This week we have a bumper load of Star Wars news, a synopsis for Unbreakable sequel Glass, and covers for the first issue of DC's Doomsday Clock event. Read More >>

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The First Order’s Latest Insane Vehicles From The Last Jedi Resemble a Gorilla and a Deadly Slice of Pizza

One of the best parts of returning to the galaxy far, far away in Star Wars: The Force Awakens was finally getting a chance to see how a new generation of filmmakers would approach the franchise’s vehicles and technology. Read More >>

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Report: Martin Scorsese Will Produce a ‘Hard-Boiled’ Version of the Joker’s Origin Story

At last, the Joker is getting his own movie. It’ll star a yet-to-be-cast actor, good news for anyone who was turned off by Jared Leto’s interpretation of the character in Suicide Squad. And it’ll be an origin story that pays stylistic homage to 1980s Martin Scorsese films—with the legendary director himself producing. Read More >>

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The Week in Geek: Justice League, Galaxy Quest, Shazam, and More

This week we have a dodgy spoiler for Justice League that you probably shouldn't believe, a new writer for the assumed-dead Galaxy Quest TV series, word on DC's Shazam, and more Read More >>