Power Rangers director

Lionsgate’s recent decision to move Power Rangers to January 2017 wasn’t what you’d call encouraging. The month is known as a dumping ground, with good reason. However, Lionsgate insists the new release date doesn’t signal a lack of confidence, but an opportunity. “Great movies deliver whatever date they’re on,” said co-chairman Rob Friedman.

Read the studio’s comments on the Power Rangers January release date after the jump.  Read More »

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The Aviator

The bright, hot days of summer are finally upon is, and that means it’s the perfect time to seclude yourself in a curtained, air-conditioned room and watch some movies. First, catch up on some of the classics leaving Netflix in June 2015; once you’ve cleared a bit of space in your queue, you can fill it back up with some of the best films coming to Netflix (and Hulu, and Amazon) in June 2015.

After the jump, the best of the Netflix June 2015 release schedule, plus highlights from the upcoming Hulu and Amazon calendar. Read More »

Lionsgate Announces ‘Now You See Me 3′

Now You See Me The Second Act

Despite the fact that Now You See Me 2 isn’t hitting theaters for another year, Lionsgate is raring to go on Now You See Me 3. The studio confirms it’s already entered the “early planning” stages for the threequel, now that Now You See Me 2 has wrapped production. Hit the jump for more about the Now You See Me 3 announcement.  Read More »

Wet Hot American Summer First Day of Camp

Netflix would like you to kick off your Memorial Day weekend with a quick return to Camp Firewood. The streaming service has revealed the first photos from Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, David Wain‘s prequel to his 2001 comedy. Everyone’s back, including Janeane Garofalo, Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks, Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper, and Christopher Meloni.

Get your Wet Hot American Summer prequel first look after the jump.  Read More »

A Very Murray Christmas

This holiday season, Netflix will give its subscribers the gift of Bill Murray. The streaming service has picked up A Very Murray Christmas, a Yuletide special directed by Sofia Coppola. Murray stars along with a bevy of celebrities, including George Clooney, Amy Poehler, and (of course) Jason Schwartman.

Get all the details, and watch the first A Very Murray Christmas teaser trailer after the jump.  Read More »

Bad Santa

Some odds and ends from the world of sequels. After the jump:

  • Krang is rumored to be in Ninja Turtles 2
  • Gramercy Pictures relaunches with Insidious 3
  • Leslie Mann and Kat Dennings join Croods 2
  • Independence Day 2 adds Patrick St. Esprit
  • … and Vivica A. Fox discusses her return
  • Warner Bros. sets Project XX for summer 2016
  • Bad Santa 2 is hoping to shoot this fall
  • Mimi Rogers boards the Ash vs. Evil Dead show
  • Magic Mike XXL reveals a sexy new poster
  • Terminator Genisys unleashes another TV spot

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Though the movie doesn’t spend a lot of time delving into Coma’s history, director George Miller and actor iOTA devised one for him anyway. Hit the jump to read the Mad Max Doof backstory.  Read More »

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