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How Did You Get Into Star Wars?

At some point or another, we were all bitten by the Star Wars bug—er—sandflea. We were dragged to a cinema by a cool uncle, handed an N64 controller to play Star Wars Episode I: Pod Racer (let’s be kind to those whose first exposure may not have been the original trilogy), or just caught a marathon over the Christmas break. Read More >>

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Andy Serkis Offers Hints About Snoke’s Past in The Last Jedi

Star Wars: The Last Jedi may or may not answer the question of where Supreme Leader Snoke comes from, but it’s likely to explain what makes him tick and why he’s so incredibly pissed off. Andy Serkis, who does the motion-capture performance behind Snoke, is already giving a few hints. Read More >>

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Smallfoot Trailer Shows That Bigfoot Isn’t the Only Terrifying Legend Around

For humans, the legend of Bigfoot is one for the ages. But what kind of legend would Yetis have? Well, one about us, of course. Read More >>

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First Brief Look at Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Showcases the Cutest Deadly Carnivore Ever

Aww, Velociraptors are adorable! So what if they were the scariest creatures in Jurassic Park—making us sympathise with a T-Rex because, hey, at least it had a fighting chance against those awful things? Here, in the first (very brief) look at Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, we’ve got the return of Chris Pratt: The Raptor Whisperer. But who cares, Blue’s back! Read More >>

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Exclusive: Data Reveals The Films Where Critics And Audiences Disagree Most

Have you ever sat down to watch that film that critics are raving about only to be massive unimpressed? Sure, Mark Kermode might have *loved* The Florida Project, but let’s be honest - what it really needed was a few more car chases and explosions to liven things up. Read More >>

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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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All the Ways Justice League Sets Up the Future of DC Movies

Now that Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Aquaman, and Cyborg have teamed up in Justice League, the DC Universe is ready to blast off—assuming its smaller-than-anticipated opening weekend hasn’t thrown a spanner in the works. But if Warner Bros. decides to extend the DC Extended Universe a bit longer, here’s all the clues in Justice League to what may be coming. Read More >>

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Justice League Shows Us The Tragedy of Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman

It’s hard to comment on Justice League without talking about the drama behind it. Whatever noble intentions there might be about separating the art from the artists, the modern world makes achieving this distance impossible thanks to blanket coverage from the moment the film is greenlit until the moment it ends up in the streaming equivalent of the Bargain Bin. 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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So What the Hell Is Ragnarok, Anyway?

Thor: Ragnarok is now in cinemas — but its titular apocalypse is more than a casual allusion to the Norse mythology that Marvel’s hero originates from. It’s a reference to an event in the comics that has hounded the God of Thunder since his adventures first began. Here’s everything you need to know about it. Read More >>

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Luke Is Back on the Falcon in New The Last Jedi Clip

“Darkness rises, and the Light to meet it.” A new clip for The Last Jedi brings Luke Skywalker back to the ship that started it all, but that’s not the only place we see the Millennium Falcon. Read More >>

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The Last Jedi Will Feature the Only Thing Cuter Than a Porg: A Baby Porg

The porgs have been featured heavily in the promotional and merchandising campaigns for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and for good reason: They’re adorable. Turns out, the movie is going to go one step further down the path to the cuteness singularity. Read More >>