Matt Damon in Bourne

Right now, pretty much the only thing we know about the plot of the next Bourne movie is that it’ll be about Bourne. Matt Damon reprises his role as the amnesiac spy for the first time since 2007’s The Bourne Ultimatum, after sitting out 2012’s The Bourne Legacy.

But with shooting scheduled to begin next week, Damon has finally confirmed some concrete details about where the story will go next, as well as some more general information on the real-world issues Jason Bourne will have to face. Get the latest Bourne 5 details after the jump. Read More »

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Steve Jobs - Michael Fassbender (2)

Just because Steve Jobs is called Steve Jobs, doesn’t mean it’s just about Steve Jobs. In fact, star Kate Winslet says, it’s “almost not about Steve Jobs at all.” Because really, “The film is about all of us.”

She’s speaking symbolically, of course, but it does sound like the film has much more on its mind than just the man in the title. In a new interview, Winslet dishes on the themes of the movie, her “extraordinary, feisty” character, and much more. Read her comments, and check out the new Steve Jobs poster, after the jump.  Read More »

Making of Jurassic World

As of now, Jurassic World is the biggest movie of the year. That might change this winter once Star Wars: The Force Awakens hits theaters, but for now Universal Pictures is having a huge year at the box office, so we’ll let the studio bask in that glory for awhile.

This fall, fans will be able to bring home the Indominus Rex when the movie hits Blu-Ray and DVD on October 20. (Or you can get it on Digital HD a bit earlier on October 1st.) Universal is teasing all the special features that will be available on the home video release, showing the making of Jurassic World. There’s a collection of eight short featurettes you can watch below! Read More »

Trash trailer

Perennial Oscar nominee Stephen Daldry is back this year with Trash, an adventure set in the slums of Rio de Janeiro. Though it features some well known, well regarded faces like Martin Sheen, Rooney Mara, and Wagner Moura, the real stars of the film are a trio of young unknowns.

Rickson Tevez, Gabriel Weinstein, and Luis Eduardo play three favela kids who spend their days picking through trash. One day they come across a wallet that happens to be of interest to some powerful and potentially dangerous people, sending them on an exciting adventure. Christian Duurvoort co-directed. Watch the Trash trailer after the jump. Read More »

back to the future marty mcfly skateboard replica

Earlier this week, we told you about the amazing “We’re Going Back” 30th Anniversary Back to the Future celebration which will be held in Los Angeles this October. As part of that celebration, “We’re Going Back” has been granted the rights to manufacture a Limited Edition Madrid/Valterra Skateboard, which is the skateboard Marty McFly (Michael J Fox) rides in the 1985 scenes of the film. Find out more details on the Marty McFly skateboard replica, after the jump.
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orlando fast and furious ride

Universal Studios announced today that a ride based on Universal Pictures’ huge Fast and the Furious franchise will be coming to Universal Orlando Resort. Hit the jump for details on the Orlando Fast and Furious ride.

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Back to the Future Celebration

“We’re Going Back,” a 30th Anniversary Back to the Future celebration has been announced for Los Angeles, taking place October 21st – 25th 2015. The festivities will include:

  • Back to the Future tour of the Universal Studios backlot with special guests
  • A Screening of Back to the Future II
  • The original hoverboard stunt team and actual members of Griff’s gang will let your ride on a hoverboard rig like used in the movie
  • Old West style BBQ dinner and a Screening of Back to the Future, Part III with surprises
  • Ride the actual diesel locomotive that smashed the time machine at the end of the third film
  • The World Premiere of the documentary “Back In Time,” and the Director’s cut of the documentary “OUTATIME: Saving the DeLorean!”
  • A screen used props and rare Back to the Future memorabilia auction
  • An outdoor screening of Back to the Future III
  • Tour of the original filming locations from Back to the Future
  • Attend the world’s most accurate, immersive recreation of the iconic “Enchantment under the Sea” dance with the cast and crew of the trilogy and rock out with the “Flux Capacitors,” featuring Marvin Berry.
  • The most intimate, celebrity moderated, “Back to the Future” discussion panels and presentations
  • A screening of Back to the Future outside the “Twin Pines” mall, aka Puente Hills Mall in the City of Industry, CA, with celebrities, movie vehicles and the return of the “Flux Capacitors” band for a very special finale.
 All this and more.  Tickets cost $800 for the full 5 days, or you can purchase tickets to the individual days. Read the full press release, after the jump.

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steve jobs trailer

We’ve already known Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin‘s Steve Jobs would break the typical biopic mold. The film reportedly consists of just three major scenes, each set at a product launch, with a small handful of flashbacks to help fill out the rest of the story.

Now actor Michael Stuhlbarg reveals the project’s atypical structure extended to the process of making the movie as well. Read on for Stuhlbarg’s comments on the Steve Jobs rehearsal and shooting experience. Read More »

Straight Outta Compton

F. Gary Gray‘s Straight Outta Compton has been getting great reviews from just about everyone, and now you can add Ava DuVernay to its growing list of admirers.

The Selma director is uniquely qualified to critique the film. Not only is she an accomplished filmmaker in her own right, and a tireless advocate of diversity in Hollywood, DuVernay actually grew up in Compton as the events depicted in Straight Outta Compton were unfolding. Read the Ava DuVernay Straight Outta Compton review after the jump.  Read More »