M Night Shyamalan directing The Visit

While The Visit stopped short of restoring M. Night Shyamalan to his Sixth Sense heyday, it was, at least, a step in the right direction for the once-hyped filmmaker. It earned him his strongest reviews in years, and (thanks to its $5 million budget) turned a tidy profit for studio Universal.

Whether he’ll keep that momentum going with his next film remains to be seen, but at least now we know when we’ll find out. Universal has just set a 2017 release date for his upcoming project with James McAvoy, now titled Split. More on the Shyamalan 2017 release date after the jump.  Read More »


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Sherlock Special (1)

Many mysteries still surround the Sherlock special, but as of today two big ones have been solved. The one-off episode, which sends the boys to Victorian London, has officially announced a title and a U.K. and U.S. air date. Yes, that’s date, singular, because for the first time ever, Sherlock is premiering on the same day in both countries. Get the Sherlock special date and title details after the jump.

UPDATE: As promised, the Sherlock special is coming to theaters. Get more details below. Read More »

Edgar Wright Wes Craven tribute

If you’re reading /Film, we’re guessing there’s a pretty good chance you’ve watched Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and the Cornetto trilogy. Maybe you’ve even seen Spaced, the British TV series the first assembled the Edgar Wright / Simon Pegg / Nick Frost dream team. But there’s a good chance even Wright’s biggest fans haven’t seen his debut feature, A Fistful of Fingers.

Well, now’s your chance. Next month marks the 20th anniversary of A Fistful of Fingers, and to celebrate that fact it’s playing in London and — for the first time ever — Los Angeles. Wright’s even got an amazing Paul Shipper poster to go with that re-release. Take a look after the jump. Read More »

‘Kingsman 2’ Set for Summer 2017

Taron Egerton in Kingsman The Secret Service

Kingsman: The Secret Service grossed $413 million worldwide this spring, or over five times its reported $80 million production budget. That made Kingsman 2 practically a foregone conclusion, and now it’s gotten one step closer to reality. 20th Century Fox has just set a summer 2017 date for the sequel, which will bring back Taron Egerton as young spy Eggsy. More on the Kingsman 2 release date after the jump.  Read More »

Friday the 13th delayed

Jason Voorhees and Samara Morgan have been terrifying moviegoers for years now, but apparently Paramount’s not afraid of pissing them off. The studio has just pushed the Friday the 13th reboot yet again, this time from 2016 to 2017, while Rings settles into a spring 2016 slot. Read about the Friday the 13th delay and the new Rings release date after the jump.  Read More »

I Saw the Light delayed to 2016

There comes a time in every great actor’s life where they must star in a biopic. Awards potential aside, it’s just something you gotta do. Actor Tom Hiddleston‘s (Crimson Peak) performance as country singer Hank Williams initially seemed destined for accolades, but I Saw the Light getting delayed until 2016 makes that an unlikely future. Learn more after the jump.

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Resident Evil The Final Chapter cast

Benedict Cumberbatch might look good in a tux, but he’s not so sure he actually has what it takes to play James Bond. Good thing Daniel Craig‘s still going strong in these new Spectre spots and IMAX poster. After the jump:

  • Bridget Jones’s Baby gets a 2016 due date from Universal
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chipmunks 4 release date

I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced. I fear something terrible has happened. Ah. Wait a second. It’s becoming clearer now. There’s been a release date change. Have you felt it? The dark side… and the light.

Yes. There it is. Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip will no longer open on December 23, 2015. Instead, it will open five days earlier on December 18. Sorry, Star Wars: The Force Awakens. You thought you had that day all locked down. So much for having a few days to make as much money as possible before the big release of 2015 arrived and kneecapped you.

To learn just how this new Alvin and the Chipmunks 4 release date means certain doom for the new Star Wars movie, hit the jump.

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Walt Disney Studios

After the successes of Alice in Wonderland, Oz the Great and PowerfulMaleficent, and Cinderella, it’s no surprise Disney is going all-in with live-action fairy tales. The studio has announced four more for the next four years, along with two more animated films. Get the new Disney live action fairy tale release dates after the jump.  Read More »