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Apostle Is a Creepy, Tense Thriller From the Director of The Raid

When you think of director Gareth Evans two words come to mind: The Raid. Film fans know and adore the filmmaker because of those two absolutely incredible Indonesian action films, but now, four years after The Raid 2, Evans is back with a film that’s about as far from those movies as possible. Read More >>

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The Unthinkable Is a Weird Movie Whose Ambition Wildly Outweighs Its Quality

“Unthinkable” is, conveniently, the perfect way to describe The Unthinkable, a brash, bold, film directed by a five-man Swedish film collective called Crazy Pictures. It’s a movie that’s wildly, comically unpredictable in ways that are both very good and very bad. Read More >>

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Reports: Marvel’s Eternals Movie is Moving Forward With Director Chloe Zhao

Marvel’s been teasing its plans to bring Jack Kirby’s weird and wonderful cosmic-powered characters to the big screen for a while, but those plans just took a huge step forward: The Rider director Chloe Zhao has signed on to bring The Eternals to the big screen. Read More >>

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You Might Be the Killer Turns a Twitter Conversation Into a Meta Horror Film

When authors Sam Sykes (The Mortal Tally, An Affinity for Steel) and Chuck Wendig (Star Wars: Aftermath, Blackbirds) had a detailed Twitter conversation deconstructing the horror genre last year, who could’ve guessed we’d see that conversation brought to the big screen? Read More >>

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Here’s Your First Look at Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker in Makeup

You’ve seen the man behind the masquerade. Now you get to see just what Joaquin Phoenix’s nascent clown prince of crime will look like. Read More >>

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The New Halloween Is Part Nostalgic, Part Original, and All Fantastic

The latest entry in the Halloween franchise is both a dazzling tribute to the original film as well as a unique, standalone story. It’s filled with deviations from the familiar slasher formula, but it also carefully incorporates an adoration of its predecessor that feels respectful but not overpowering. By balancing these two seemingly divergent concepts, director David Gordon Green has made a truly special horror sequel. Read More >>

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Eddie Brock’s Not a Very Good Journalist in the First Venom Clip

One of the few parts of Eddie Brock’s character Sony decided not to fiddle with too much in its upcoming Venom solo film is his passion for journalism — something that ultimately brings him into contact with the alien symbiote that changes his life. Read More >>

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Disney’s CEO Agrees That Maybe One Star Wars Movie a Year Is a Bit Too Much

The Star Wars movies under Disney’s purview have ranged from excellent expansions to the franchise to perfectly fine — opinions may vary of course, but there hasn’t really been a generally poorly-received one. There has been quite a lot of them though, with even more on the way. But Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger says that maybe we can start to expect them to spread out going forward. Read More >>

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LeBron James Assembles His Tune Squad for Space Jam 2, Including Black Panther’s Ryan Coogler

Come on and slam, and welcome to the jam. LeBron James has his starting lineup for the Space Jam sequel, with Black Panther director Ryan Coogler serving as producer and Terence Nance (Random Acts of Flyness) coming on board to direct. Oh right, here’s a reminder that Space Jam is getting a sequel. Read More >>

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Watch Chadwick Boseman go Sledding Without Snow in a VFX Breakdown of Black Panther’s Climactic Fight

When two characters with super-human abilities are duking it out on a busy hovertrain track deep inside a subterranean mine, you assume there’s some Hollywood magic at work. VFX studio DNEG pulls back the curtain to reveal its post-production work on Black Panther’s climactic fight scene, including Chadwick Boseman’s T’Challa going for a fun sled ride. Read More >>

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Ralph Breaks the Internet’s New Trailer Promises to ‘Never Give You Up’

It’s time for cat memes, princess selfies, and the darkest corners of the webiverse in the latest look at Disney’s sequel Ralph Breaks the Internet. Read More >>

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Councils Overrule BBFC to Show Sweary Northern Drama to Kids

Modern movie drama A Northern Soul -- which follows the hard life of Hull warehouse worker and hip-hop fan Steve -- has benefited from a campaign to downgrade its BBFC rating, with several local councils deciding that some swearing and the odd f-bomb is no reason to give the worthy film about the realities of present day life in the city a 15 rating. Read More >>

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James Bond 25 is Back in Action With a New Director

Last month, the production of the next James Bond film was thrown up in the air when Danny Boyle left the role of director. Citing creative differences, the Trainspotting director stepped away from the project, leaving Bond 25 with no director. Read More >>

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Legion’s Dan Stevens Faces a Nightmarish Cult in the First Apostle Trailer

What do you do when not facing mutant marvels and battling in wild mental planescapes in Legion? If you’re Dan Stevens, you apparently spend your time investigating old-timey cults that are proooooobably up to no good. Read More >>

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Kin Would Be Way More Interesting If It Knew What Kind of Movie It Wanted to Be

There are a handful of scenes scattered throughout Lionsgate’s sci-fi thriller from directors Jonathan and Josh Baker that are direct callbacks to Bag Man, the twin directors’ 2014 short about a young boy hiding a dangerous secret from the world. In those moments, you can see how the Bakers have grown as filmmakers in the years since Bag Man’s release and just what having a proper studio budget behind a project can do to a full-length cinematic adaptation. Read More >>