Eric Stoltz as Marty McFly in Back to the Future

“Reshoots” is a dirty word in entertainment journalism, often used as an indicator of a disastrous film production. But the truth of the matter is, reshoots can be a good thing. The purpose of reshoots is to make a movie better, not worse. Let’s take a look at the purpose of reshoots, and why they don’t necessarily signal disaster for films like Star Wars: Rogue One and Suicide Squad.

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It movie director

Warner Bros has been trying to remake Stephen King‘s It for over seven years now. Last year, Mama director Andrés Muschietti replaced Cary Fukunaga, who had left over creative differences with the studio. And now it seems like the adaptation/remake is actually happening as casting is being locked down as we speak. Find out who will play Pennywise the Clown and more, after the jump.

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Finding Dory

Most of the Pixar films have a co-director, yet most everyone who watches a Pixar movie probably has no idea what the co-director does. So while I was doing a long-lead press day for Pixar’s upcoming sequel Finding Dory, I decided to ask director Andrew Stanton to help explain how his co-director Angus MacLane contributes to the overall film.

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make believe

As a magic fanatic, I consider the Seth Gordon-produced Make Believe to be one of my favorite documentaries of the last decade. The film followed six of the world’s best young magicians own their road to the Teen World Championship in Las Vegas. If you haven’t seen the film, you should (here is the trailer).

One of the many things that is interesting about documentaries is that the stories continue even after the credits end. And I often wonder what happened to the subjects of some of my favorite documentaries. In the case of Make Believe, did these teen magicians ever make it to the big time? Last night I saw the star of Make Believe on national network television and thought it was worth sharing, alongside some brief details about where the other subjects of the documentary have ended up.
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Finding Dory - dory after dark

Disney has announced that they will be celebrating the theatrical release of Finding Dory with a spacial Dory After Dark event in 90 movie theaters which will include a double feature of Finding Nemo and the new sequel, alongside some swag. Hit the jump to find out more about the Dory After Dark events and where you can buy tickets.

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early Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles max release

The Michael Bay-produced live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sequel hits theaters this week, and the early reviews say the film is better than the previous movie, if by just a little. Seems like Paramount Pictures might believe they have a box office hit on their hands, and today have announced that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows will be released in domestic IMAX Theaters for a one week special engagement beginning on Thursday June 2nd 2016 at 5pm. Read the whole press release, after the jump.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows Early Reactions

The bevies for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows have begun to hit the internet, and so far everyone seems to agree that the sequel is better than the original. But by how much? Lets take a look at some of the  Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows early reactions.

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homeland: Is Quinn Still Alive
As Homeland season 6 is gearing up to return, many fans are wondering if Rupert Friend‘s character Peter Quinn will be part of the next adventure. I’m sure all will be revealed in the marketing for the upcoming season of this Showtime original series, but you have the choice of learning the answer now after the jump.
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Miles Morales Spider-Man animated movie

Marvel Studios’ Spider-Man: Homecoming is gearing up for production, but that’s not the only Spider-Man project in the works. Yes, the yet-to-be-titled Spider-Man animated movie from Sony Pictures Animation is scheduled to hit theaters in 2018, a year after Jon Watts’ live-action movie.

I’m sure The LEGO Movie/21 Jump Street helmers Phil Lord and Chris Miller have tried in many ways to differentiate their animated movie from the MCU entry coming in 2017. Now a new rumor claims that one of the ways they are approaching the franchise differently is in the identity of the webslinger. That’s right, the latest claim is that the animated Spider-Man movie will not focus on Peter Parker but instead Miles Morales, the teenage half-black half-Puerto Rican Spider-Man who was created in 2011. More details on the possible Miles Morales Spider-Man animated movie after the jump.
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