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This Sunday marks the halfway point of Westworld season one, which means it won’t be long now before fans start wondering whether we’ll get more of the show next year. Officially, the answer is that we don’t know. HBO has only ordered one ten-episode season so far, so in theory, the season one finale could be the very end of the series. Unofficially, though, it seems pretty clear that this show is on track for a renewal.

In fact, even HBO’s Casey Bloys is willing to say on the record that the odds of a Westworld season 2 are “looking really good.” He also addresses the question of just how close to truth all those Westworld fan theories are. Read More »

Alamo Drafthouse Downtown Brooklyn - Theater Hallway Photo by Victoria Stevens

It’s been about six years since we first got word of the Alamo Drafthouse’s plans to expand to New York. They technically succeeded in 2013, if you count Yonkers as part of New York; most New Yorkers do not, and so this week we’re celebrating the fact that the Alamo Drafthouse Downtown Brooklyn is finally, at long last, in business. /Film got a tour of the facility earlier this week, just ahead of the theater’s official launch, and we’ve got all the details on the new location below.  Read More »

edge of tomorrow 2

UPDATE: In a separate interview, Doug Liman elaborated that Edge of Tomorrow 2 will function as a sequel and a prequel to the first film. The article has been updated to reflect this.

Edge of Tomorrow is one of the most fun and inventive science fiction films of the past decade, a clever and exciting and genuinely hilarious time travel action movie that makes all-time-great use of Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt. I will never forgive you (yes, you) for not seeing it in theaters. But I will forgive you for seeing the sequel that is miraculously in the works, even though the original wasn’t quite the box office juggernaut it deserved to be.

While we still don’t know much about what to expect from the sequel (writers were hired back in April), director Doug Liman is already promising a movie that will revolutionize how people make sequels.

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westworld delores and the man in black

We are only four episodes into the ten episode first season of HBO’s Westworld, and we’re already wondering where the show could possibly be headed. Westworld star Evan Rachel Wood adds some more fuel to that fire, revealing that the last two episodes of the season will blow our minds and break out hearts. Find out exactly what Wood said about the Westworld season 1 finale, after the jump.
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Thor in Guardians of the Galaxy 2

Yesterday was the last day of production on Thor: Ragnarok, and now begins over a year of post-production on the Marvel sequel directed by Taika Waititi (What We Do in the Shadows, Hunt for the Wilderpeople). A surprise video from the set of the movie down in Australia offered a glimpse of some interesting tidbits, as well as confirmation of a Planet Hulk character being involved. The set video didn’t show Chris Hemsworth in his full Thor garb, but the actor has followed up with a post on Instagram that reveals a costume that is much more simple than his previous wardrobe.

Check out the Thor Ragnarok set photo after the jump. Read More »

The Big Lebowski Spin-Off - Going Places - John Turturro - Jesus

Even though Joel & Ethan Coen were expressly against the idea of The Big Lebowski 2, they are totally cool with John Turturro creating a spin-off focusing on his character, the purple-clad, bowling-ball-licking Jesus Quintana. After all, Turturro had created the character before The Big Lebowski was even a movie, so why not?

The Big Lebowski spin-off is called Going Places, and it’s inspired by Bertrand Blier‘s 1974 French film Les valseuses. A set photo was posted when production began a couple months ago. Now the first official photo has surfaced online, and it features Jesus doing exactly what you’d expect him to be doing: bowling. Read More »

amazing spider-man questions

Only a few years after release, The Amazing Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 have already begun to recede into the background. When someone gets around to writing that book about the history of modern superhero movies, they will probably feel more like footnotes that inform the existence of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man than anything else.

But there is one person who will be fielding Spider-Man questions for the rest of his life and that person is Andrew Garfield, who played Peter Parker twice for director Marc Webb. Garfield has been very gracious about his time as Spidey and complimentary toward Holland’s casting, but in a new interview, he implies what we’ve always suspected – the overall game plan for the Amazing Spider-Man movies was a little half-baked.

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Deadpool 2 director frontrunner

UPDATE #1: Variety is now reporting that Leitch isn’t just the frontrunner to direct Deadpool 2 — he’s been hired by 20th Century Fox. Interestingly, the trade notes that Fox was originally courting him for the X-Force movie before they gave him Deadpool 2 instead.

UPDATE #2: A conflicting report from Deadline claims Leitch has not been set, and that while he is the frontrunner, Drew Goddard and Magnus Martens are still in the running as well. Original story follows.

John Wick director David Leitch is the frontrunner to direct Deadpool 2, which last week lost director Deadpool director Tim Miller over creative differences. with Ryan Reynolds. Hit the jump for more info on the Deadpool 2 director frontrunner.

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Captain America Movie Without Steve Rogers

Marvel Studios has helped make lots of comic book characters even more popular than they ever were before hitting the big screen. That means plenty of people are aware that Captain America is a mantle that hasn’t always been taken up by Steve Rogers. There have been a variety of storylines that have seen Steve Rogers taken out of the equation, opening the door for either Sam Wilson (aka Falcon) or Bucky Barnes (aka the Winter Soldier) to become Captain America. But is that something that can happen in the movies?

Many fans have started to speculate that Captain America will be one of the superheroes that finally bites the dust when Avengers: Infinity War or Avengers 4, taking Chris Evans out of the red, white and blue, and allowing Anthony Mackie or Sebastian Stan to pick up the shield. Now Kevin Feige has confirmed that it’s possible, at least in theory. Read More »

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ranking every black mirror episode

Like everyone else with a Netflix account, I’ve spent the past week making my way through season three of Black Mirror, savoring creator Charlie Brooker‘s latest batch of science fiction, horror, satire, and social commentary like a fine, evil, thoughtful wine. There is nothing else on television (or on streaming services) quite like this show, which proves that we’re all gluttons for punishment – realizing that humanity is probably doomed and that our addition to technology will be our undoing has never been this addictive.

And since is the internet, I must now do as internet-dwellers do. I must rank all 13 episodes of Black Mirror from worst to best. It should go without saying that MAJOR SPOILERS follow from here on out.

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