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Jennifer Lawrence will be down one major franchise after The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 opens later this year, and now it seems she’ll be down another after next year. The actress confirmed that 2016’s X-Men: Apocalypse will be her last turn as shapeshifting mutant Mystique.

Read the Jennifer Lawrence X-Men comments after the jump.  Read More »

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Leviathan concept trailer

Ruairi Robinson‘s proof of concept trailer for The Leviathan became an overnight sensation when it hit Vimeo and YouTube last week, and Hollywood has taken notice. A feature film is now in the works with two men who know a thing or two about bringing vast sci-fi universes to life: Simon Kinberg (X-Men) and Neill Blomkamp (Chappie). More on The Leviathan movie after the jump.  Read More »

Terminator Genisys - Arnold Schwarzenegger

Terminator: Genisys promises to tie the Terminator timeline in knots, but from our reality the film’s progression is perfectly linear. The Paramount marketing team has dropped cast photos, a poster, a trailer, and a Super Bowl spot; today, we have some more Terminator Genisys images to look at while we count down the days until the film’s summer release.

Check out the latest pics featuring Emilia ClarkeArnold SchwarzeneggerJ.K. Simmons and more after the jump.  Read More »

Trick R Treat

It’s been nearly eight years since the release of Trick ’r Treat, and we’re still waiting on Trick ’r Treat 2. Not only that, we’re also getting impatient for Michael Dougherty‘s other upcoming holiday-themed horror project, Krampus. So the filmmaker is giving fans something to chew on while we wait.

The filmmaker is teaming up with Legendary Comics for two graphic novels — one tied to Trick ’r Treat, and the other tied to Krampus. After the jump, get details on the Krampus and Trick r Treat comic books, plus a first look at some promotional art.  Read More »

Charlotte Gainsbourg in Melancholia

Independence Day 2 has added an unlikely source of star power. French actress Charlotte Gainsbourg is boarding the Roland Emmerich-directed sequel, joining Jeff Goldblum, Liam Hemsworth, and Jessie Usher.

A big-budget sci-fi adventure is an unusual move for Gainsbourg, recently best known for being Lars von Trier’s muse. But maybe those von Trier movies are actually the perfect preparation for Independence Day 2. After the crap she’s been through in Antichrist, Melancholia, and Nymphomaniac, killer aliens should be a piece of cake.  Read More »

Romeo and Juliet (Baz Luhrmann version)

As teen romance goes, William Shakespeare‘s Romeo and Juliet has just about everything: warring families, rich wordplay, deadly swordfights, fake-out poison, illicit marriage, and of course, a passion so intense it makes all of the rest of that stuff worth it for our heroes.

If it has one major flaw, though, it’s obviously the lack of hyper-stylized Zack Snyder-style action. Thankfully, some Hollywood heroes have taken it upon themselves to fix this grievous failing with Verona, a new version of the Bard’s classic that makes it look more like 300. Get details on the Romeo and Juliet 300 style project after the jump.  Read More »

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It Follows

It Follows will get the opportunity to stalk sexually active teenagers nationwide. Following a very strong limited release opening for the indie horror gem, Radius-TWC is opting to give it a nationwide release. Meanwhile, the planned VOD release has been shelved for the time being. More on the It Follows wide release plans after the jump.  Read More »

‘Man Up’ Trailer: Simon Pegg Woos Lake Bell

Man Up

When he’s not collaborating with Edgar Wright, beaming up James Kirk, or nearly fumbling missions with Ethan Hunt, Simon Pegg can apparently make for a pretty convincing romantic lead. At least that’s what the new Man Up trailer wants to believe, in which he plays a man who catches the eye of unlucky-in-love Lake Bell.

She’s a cynic who’s all but given up on finding love; he’s a charming romantic who’s been set up on a blind date. Through a series of only-in-the-movies mix-ups, he mistakes Bell for his blind date, and they proceed to hit it off before the embarrassing truth comes spilling out. Watch the Man Up trailer after the jump.

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Tangerines

The last of 2015’s Best Foreign Language Picture nominees is finally coming to U.S. theaters. Directed by Zaza Urushadze, Tangerines follows two farmers (Lembit Ulfsak and Elmo Nüganen) who reluctantly get caught up in the 1992 war between Georgia and Abkhazia. A skirmish breaks out on their doorstep, leaving behind two badly wounded soldiers (Giorgi Nakhashidze and Mikheil Meskhi) from either side of the conflict.

Although Tangerines lost to Ida at the Oscars, it was still a major accomplishment for Estonian cinema — it was the first film ever from that country to make the list of nominees. Watch the Tangerines trailer after the jump.  Read More »

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