Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange) and Director Scott Derrickson on set of Doctor Strange

Yesterday, director Scott Derrickson appeared on Reddit to answer fan questions about his upcoming film, Doctor Strange. While nothing huge was revealed, I thought a few of his answers were worth sharing, including how the film compares with his previous horror films, the running time of the movie, is he consulting with the Russo brothers on Steven Strange’s appearance in Avengers: Infinity War, details on the film’s soundtrack and more.

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After the first episode of Westworld aired, we became inundated with fan theories. Some of the Westworld theories were rather unlikely, others possibly mind-blowing. Showrunner Jonathan Nolan has even debunked a few of them. Well now that Episode 2 has aired, there are a whole batch of new Westworld theories, some of them just as crazy and intriguing as the others we’ve posted. So please join us as we head back down the rabbit hole and look at some mind-blowing possibilities.

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Fraggle Rock HBO

The Jim Henson Company has announced that Jim Henson’s television series Fraggle Rock will be returning to HBO in a digitally remastered HD presentation. HBO was the original home of the series when it premiered in 1983, lasting five seasons and 96 episodes. Hit the jump to learn more about the Fraggle Rock HBO return.

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The Great Mouse Detective By Tom Whalen

To celebrate the release of Disney’s next animated feature film Moana, Cyclops Print Works is teaming up with Gallery Nucleus to present “An Art Tribute to the Disney Films of Ron Clements and John Musker” gallery show.

For those of you who don’t know, Moana filmmakers Ron Clements and John Musker are responsible for some of the best Disney animated films of the 1980’s and 1990’s, including The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, and Hercules, in addition to The Great Mouse Detective, Treasure Planet, and Disney’s last hand-drawn animated feature film Princess and the Frog. The limited-time art show will open on November 19th, 2016 at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, CA, where the artwork will be on display until December 6th, 2016.

The show features some great artists like JC Richard, Tom Whalen, Mark Englert and more! Hit the jump to get a sneak preview of some of the excellent artwork which will be on display and available at the show.

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Okay, so /Film is kinda becoming a Westworld fan site of sorts. Is that a bad thing? We love HBO’s newest show and are excited to talk about it and share the latest information and materials with all of you. This morning Jacob posted his spoiler-filled review of Westworld Episode 2, we saw a preview of next week’s episode and the upcoming season, and NYCC revealed that Westworld season 2 is already in the works and Jonathan Nolan debunked a couple of fan theories. Hopefully, there are enough of you watching to appreciate the abundance of content.

Last week we talk you that HBO had launched a Westworld ARG that lets fans go inside the world of the show. There are some interesting things to come out of this experience, especially for those of you who love the logistics of the park. After the jump we’ll take a look at the long DELOS contract the guests have to sign before they get to visit Westworld, take a look at a map of the land, and more.

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While HBO hasn’t officially renewed Westworld for a second season yet, showrunner Jonathan Nolan says they’ve already started work planning the story for Westworld season 2. Along with his co-showrunner and wife Lisa Joy Nolan, they teased what we can expect from the second season and debunked a couple of fan theories.

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Sana Starros

Last wek, we learned that Tessa ThompsonZoe Kravitz, and Naomi Scott were among the actresses testing for the female lead role in Phil Lord and Chris Miller‘s Han Solo spinoff movie, but it’s still unclear which character they could be playing. So now is as good a time as any to speculate and learn more about the most likely pre-existing option, Sana Starros.

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LEGO Jurassic World: The Indominus Escape'

Universal Pictures has teamed up with LEGO to produce a 24-minute animated short film which acts as a prequel to Jurassic World. Titled LEGO Jurassic World: The Indominus Escape, the short film shows how the Indominus Rex came to be and what happened when it escaped.

That’s right, according to this new piece of Jurassic World canon, the movie wasn’t even the first time this genetically engineered dino escaped and apparently Chris Pratt‘s character rides the T-Rex. And of course, this being a LEGO production means we get all the fun, ridiculous and playful humor we’ve come to expect from the building block brand. Hit the jump to watch the Jurassic World short in its entirety.

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Black Sails Season 4 trailer

Update: Starz has unveiled the trailer for the fourth and final season of Black Sails, the best show on television that you’re probably not watching. Hit the jump to watch the Black Sails season 4 trailer and get a glimpse at the end of the series.

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David Chen, Jeff Cannata, Peter Sciretta, and Germain Lussier reconvene to discuss the results of their 2016 box office summer movie wager results. Did Peter take it all by betting his money on Finding Dory over Captain America: Civil War? Below, you’ll find the actual box office rankings for this summer, as well as Dave, Jeff, Peter, and Germain’s original rankings. Hit the jump to download and listen to the podcast.
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