A two-hour movie about a book editor might not be the most enticing subject matter for some filmgoers, but Genius isn’t just about any book editor. Maxwell Perkins (Colin Firth) was the editor that discovered literary Gods, such as F. Scott Fitzegerald (Guy Pearce), Ernest Hemingway (Dominic West), and Thomas Wolfe (Jude Law). Tony Award-winning director Michael Grandage makes his feature directorial debut with Perkins’ story.
Watch the Genius trailer below.
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Last fall brought the end of The Hunger Games franchise, or at least the end of the franchise as far as adapting any existing books written by Suzanne Collins (Lionsgate wants to make some prequels). But for some, The Hunger Game: Mockingjay Part 2 didn’t deliver the satisfying conclusion that we were all hoping for. So Honest Trailers is here to mock the Mockingjay, mostly for that anticlimactic ending.
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Posted on Wednesday, March 16th, 2016 by Angie Han
After making his name as the most famous young wizard in the world, Daniel Radcliffe is employing a very different kind of magic in Now You See Me 2. He plays a young prodigy determined to steal a high-tech MacGuffin with the aid of the Horsemen (Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, and Dave Franco, with Lizzy Caplan replacing Isla Fisher as “the girl Horseman”). Mark Ruffalo and Morgan Freeman return as well. Watch the Now You See Me 2 trailer after the jump.
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I’m a magic geek, so I was excited to see this new batch of Now You See Me 2 posters which pays tribute to classic magic posters. Much cooler than the very-blue and generic-looking character posters released last month. A new trailer for Jon Chu’s magician heist sequel will hit sometime on Wednesday, and these magical posters were released to help to build buzz for that magical reveal. Hit the jump to see the old-style magician Now You See Me 2 posters.
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This weekend you should go out of your way to catch 10 Cloverfield Lane, an outstanding original sci-fi thriller that keeps you guessing the whole way through. One of the many reasons the flick works so well is an outstanding performance by John Goodman, proving yet again that he’s one of the best character actors of his generation. And now the actor has lined up another film in which he can steal scenes from the stars.
CBS Films and Lionsgate have announced that John Goodman has joined the cast of Patriots Day, one of several Boston Marathon bombing dramas in the works. Find out more about his role and the rest of the Patriots Day cast below. Read More »
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If you didn’t go out of your way to watch Chris Rock’s 2014 comedy Top Five, you’re missing out on the comedian’s own Annie Hall, an outstanding romantic comedy that isn’t chock full of cliché and actually delivers some pretty potent laughs. And if you haven’t seen that movie, that means you missed the joke which names Boo! A Madea Halloween as a fake sequel Tyler Perry made for his old woman alter ego.
But you’ll have a second chance to miss it all over again, because it’s now a real movie. That’s right, a joke from Top Five has been turned into a real movie, and you can watch the outrageous Madea Halloween trailer below. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, March 3rd, 2016 by Angie Han
The Power Rangers are mightily morphin’ into something a bit more modern. Shooting has just commenced on Lionsgate’s new feature film based on the 1990s franchise, and today we have the first look at the new team — along with loads of new details about the casting, the costumes, and the badass villain, Rita Repulsa (played by Elizabeth Banks). See it all below. Read More »
With Tron 3 no longer in the works at Disney, Joseph Kosinski is moving on. As we reported a few short weeks ago, the Oblivion director is developing a movie actually set in the real world this time around. Kosinski will next helm No Exit, a true-life story starring Miles Teller and Josh Brolin.
Learn more about the drama below.
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Following the making of The Divergent Series: Insurgent and The Divergent Series: Allegiant, director Robert Schwentke decided against returning for the final installment, The Divergent Series: Ascendant. But the fourth film in the series is still scheduled to open next summer, and the studio may have found a replacement who can meet that date.
Lee Toland Krieger (The Age of Adeline) may close out the franchise. Learn more about the project and Krieger’s involvement below.
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