mission impossible fallout stunt

That boy Tommy Cruise is at it again! Cruise, a stuntman who occasionally acts, decided to jump from a plane at 25,000 feet. Cruise claims he did this for the upcoming Mission: Impossible film, but we’re pretty sure he did it because he is an awesome crazy person. See the Mission: Impossible – Fallout stunt below.

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Cloverfield Paradox Netflix Deal

While it’s usually the commercials that dominate water cooler chatter the day after the Super Bowl, this year, movie lovers had something else to talk about.

The Cloverfield Paradox, the third installment in what has become a makeshift sci-fi franchise featuring a series of vaguely connected stories from Bad Robot and Paramount Pictures, surprised everyone by debuting on Netflix immediately after the big game instead of coming to theaters in April as originally planned. It was a bold, innovative release strategy, but it seems the decision to catch everyone off guard with the movie’s release wasn’t based on shaking things up. Instead, the studio had little faith in the movie’s prospective performance at the box office. Read More »

A Quiet Place clips

A whole slew of A Quiet Place clips and TV spots have arrived to give you the creeps. John Krasinski‘s horror film has already earned rave reviews out of SXSW, and from the intensity on display in these clips, it’s easy to see why. Watch the Quiet Place clips below.

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ROM Movie

As Ready Player One is poised to hit theaters, screenwriter Zak Penn has found a new gig: writing a ROM movie.

Paramount Pictures is hard up for franchises, and they’re turning to toys to save the day: the studio is working on bringing a Hasbro Cinematic Universe to life – yes, really – and a movie based on the ROM toy (and subsequent comic series) from the late 1970s is apparently an important piece of that puzzle.
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Tintin 2

If you’re a fan of Steven Spielberg‘s animated adventure The Adventures of Tintin, and have longed for a sequel, here’s some good news. Spielberg says the long-awaited sequel is still happening, and that Peter Jackson will direct. Great snakes! More on Tintin 2 below.

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movies leaving Netflix in April 2018

As April arrives, several great movie and TV titles will flee Netflix. So here’s your last chance to catch them on the streaming service (until they return). In April, say goodbye to one of Ron Howard’s best movies, one of Christopher Nolan’s best movies, one of the best Batman movies, and more! These are the TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in March 2018. Read More »

Action Point trailer

Johnny Knoxville hasn’t been in a theatrical movie since 2013’s Bad Grandpa, but now the former Jackass star is getting back to his daredevil ways in a brand new film. It’s called Action Point, and it’s loosely based on a very real (and very dangerous) theme park that operated in New Jersey. Check out the Action Point trailer below, and learn more about the bizarre water park that inspired the movie.
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sequel bits incredibles 2

In this edition of Sequel Bits:

  • Alicia Vikander is down for a Tomb Raider sequel
  • Watch a video of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom being scored
  • Incredibles 2 tie-in comics will explore the lives of Parr family
  • The Rampage producers are already talking about Rampage 2
  • Behold the first poster for Netflix’s Godzilla anime sequel
  • Steven DeKnight says Bumblebee is “fantastic”

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Sherlock Gnomes poster

A new parody poster for Sherlock Gnomes has arrived and it’s resulted in one pressing question: is this the worst movie poster of 2018? The year may still be relatively young, but it’s hard to believe another film will produce a poster as confounding as this. Below, we investigate this Sherlock Gnomes poster and ponder: why?

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Triple Frontier movie

Triple Frontier, a film that has been gestating in Hollywood for almost a decade, is still happening. A Most Violent Year director J.C. Chandor will helm the film, and now Chandor has locked-down a cast that includes Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Hedlund, and Pedro Pascal. Several actors have come and gone on the project, including Affleck himself, who dropped out at one point. More on the Triple Frontier movie below.

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