John C Reilly Lobster

The director of Dogtooth and Alps is now shooting his new film, but this one is a bit different than the two art-house offerings that made Yorgos Lanthimos a festival favorite. The new film is The Lobster, which is described in brief as a “dystopian love story.” It will be the director’s first English-language film. The cast is something else indeed: John C. Reilly has just signed on to The Lobster, along with Ashley Jensen (Ugly Betty), Michael Smiley (The World’s End), and Jessica Barden (Far From the Madding Crowd). Read More »

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Peter Dinklage Pixels

Peter Dinklage could go from waging war on mutants to waging war on video game characters. The X-Men: Days of Future Past actor is in final talks to join Adam Sandler, Kevin James, and Josh Gad in Pixels, the Ghostbusters-esque actioner being directed by Chris Columbus. Get details on the plot and more after the jump.

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BIG HERO 6 TJ Miller

T.J. Miller is going to be a Marvel superhero — sort of. The Cloverfield star has boarded the voice cast of Big Hero 6, becoming the first actor to do so.

The animated feature hasn’t gotten much buzz yet, but it should be attracting some attention soon. Not only does it sound very promising, it’s Disney’s first-ever Marvel animated adaptation. Hit the jump to find out whom he’ll be playing.

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The Amityville Horror

Like most good movie monsters, the Amityville home refuses to go away. A new Amityville movie has been in the works at Dimension Films for quite some time, and now it’s picking up steam as casting gets underway.

As of today, Shameless star Cameron Monaghan is the latest to board the cast, joining Bella Thorne and Jennifer Jason Leigh. Franck Khalfoun (Maniac) is directing. Get plot details and more after the jump.

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Transformers 4

If I asked you to name the most iconic movie franchise of all time, would you say TransformersMark Wahlberg would — and he’s pretty sure the new one will be the biggest film of 2014. Also after the jump:

  • Transformers 4 will use the Dolby Atmos sound system
  • Ninja Turtles, Minions, and more are getting special 3D glasses
  • Dwayne Johnson says Jon M. Chu won’t be back for G.I. Joe 3
  • Lego Movie co-financer will not be asked back for the sequel
  • Get updates on the Dark Crystal and Fraggle Rock movies
  • Leland Orser, of Taken and Taken 2, will return for Taken 3
  • Neal McDonough will be the bad guy in Paul Blart 2
  • Jurassic World is looking for extras in Louisiana

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amy acker

Mystery always surrounds Agent Coulson in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but one of the character’s unseen aspects is about to be revealed. During Phase One of the MCU, Coulson (played by Clark Gregg) regularly discussed a love interest in conversations with Pepper Potts and Tony Stark. They all referred to her as “The Cellist.” Now, Whedonverse alum Amy Acker has been cast as that character; she’ll appear in an upcoming episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

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Jurassic World Jake Johnson

The casting reports for Jurassic World have been full of rumor as much as fact, as reports for a film like this tend to be. But the list of actors who were initially connected to the movie has slowly been checked off with confirmations, one by one. Jake Johnson (New Girl, Drinking Buddies) is the latest actor to be confirmed for the Colin Trevorrow film, which will begin shooting very soon, after a screenwriting delay.

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Chris Pratt Anna Faris Vacation Friends

By the end of next year, Chris Pratt will have played a Lego minifig, an outer-space superhero, and a dinosaur expert. But one of his next roles after that should hit a lot closer to home.

Pratt and his real-life wife Anna Faris are attached to star as a couple in Vacation Friends. The comedy is described as “What About Bob? with a couple,” with Pratt and Faris’ crazy duo as the Bob. Get all the details after the jump.

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