Kodachrome Trailer

Another day, another trailer for one of the 700-plus movies and TV shows coming to Netflix this year. Except this selection from the Toronto International Film Festival looks better than the usual Netflix original movie.

Kodachrome premiered at TIFF last year to mostly warm reactions, and now the road trip dramedy starring Jason Sudeikis, Ed Harris and Elizabeth Olsen has a full trailer to entice you to watch this one from the comfort of your couch. Read More »

Infinity War posters

Marvel has assembled a whole new line of Avengers: Infinity War posters, breaking the film’s many characters off into several teams. Like most Marvel posters, these leave a lot to be desired from an artistic standpoint, but there is still much for fans to enjoy here. See the Infinity War posters below.

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We visited the set of Avengers: Infinity War in June 2017, and today we bring you our roundtable interview with Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany, who play the super couple of Wanda Maximoff, better known as Scarlet Witch, and The Vision.

They talk about the scene we watched them film on set (which takes them to Wakanda), what their characters have been up to since Captain America: Civil War, the state of their relationship, what would happen if the bad guys get the Infinity Stone in Vision’s head, and the differences between working with Joss Whedon and the Russo Brothers on an Avengers movie,

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Avengers Infinity War Photos

This week brings us a whole slew of updates about Avengers: Infinity War. The movie is still nearly two months away, but Entertainment Weekly has a huge double issue this week with a whole bunch of details on what promises to be the biggest blockbuster of the summer. That includes a batch of new photos, including one shot that has only been seen by those lucky enough to attend the D23 Expo and San Diego Comic-Con.

Check out the new Avengers Infinity War photos below. Read More »

Elizabeth Olsen Facebook Series

In case you haven’t heard, Facebook is trying to following in the footsteps of YouTube, Netflix and Hulu by creating their own original content for binge-watching, stream-hungry audiences to throw their gaze upon. The initiative is called Facebook Watch, and it was first focused on helping all creators and publishers find an audience, build a community of fans, and earn money for their work. But now it’s going to be a platform for Facebook to launch their own original programming, and the social media company has just ordered their first major project.

Elizabeth Olsen will be starring in a currently untitled half-hour dramedy series created and written by Kit Steinkellner (Amazon’s Z: The Beginning of Everything). The Avengers franchise star will also be producing the series with The Spectacular Now director James Ponsoldt, who will be directing the pilot and several more episodes in the Elizabeth Olsen Facebook series. Read More »

Avengers Infinity War Trailer

Are you ready to go crazy on twitter and use an excessive amount of exclamation points? After months of hype, the Avengers: Infinity War trailer is finally going to grace us with its presence, and we now have an announcement video to prove it. Usually, the trailer-for-a-trailer trend can be frustrating, but Marvel decided to turn the concept into something of a celebration.

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New Blu-ray Releases

(Welcome to Not Dead Yet, a feature dedicated to what’s new on Blu-ray and what special features you should be excited about. Because yes, some of us still like to own physical copies of our movies.)

It’s time for another round-up of physical media. Are you like me – living in the past and unable to give up material possessions? If so, you prefer good old fashioned physical media like Blu-rays to just going digital. There’s something more special (at least in my broken brain) about displaying your Blu-ray collection on a shelf than just purchasing something digitally and then forgetting all about it. With the actual physical disc, it’s always there, in front of you. Or maybe I’m crazy!

This week’s Blu-ray roundup features one of the coolest action movies of the year, a somber, snowy drama, a five-film box set, and a documentary about cats. What more do you need, folks? Here are the new Blu-ray releases you should check out this week.

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Ingrid Goest West

There’s an excellent dark comedy playing in theaters at the moment, Ingrid Goes West. At this year’s Sundance Film Festival, editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta wrote director Matt Spicer‘s film “is not just your average comedy film, but a smart commentary on our social media obsessed world.” It’s a story about obsession, Instagram, bad vibes, and the wrong kind of Squad Goals. The movie already has one fantastic poster, but now it’s been given the Mondo treatment.

Not only did Mondo print a striking new poster, but they’re also selling a whole batch of goodies related to the film. We may not ever be able to buy Ingrid Thorburn (Aubrey Plaza) and Dan Pinto (O’Shea Jackson) action figures, but at least we can purchase some great Mondo merchandise that’ll delight any fan of the movie.

Below, check out the Ingrid Goes West Mondo poster, vinyl cover, and more.

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wind river trailer

Wind River is a brutal and somber neo-Western punctured with sudden bursts of violence, similar to director and screenwriter Talor Sheridan‘s previous films that he penned, Hell or High Water and Sicario. A high-speed action movie it is not, yet that is what the final trailer for Wind River makes it out to be.

The final trailer for Wind River hit the internet a day before the film goes into wide release after premiering at select theaters across the country. The movie, while great, is admittedly hard to market to a summer audience — hence the trailer making it look like a spiritual sequel to Renner’s own Bourne Legacy.

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Ingrid Goes West

Characters talking on the phone or looking at a phone can be pretty boring in a movie. That’s not the case with Matt Spicer’s Ingrid Goes West, in which his deeply lonely protagonist, Ingrid Thorburn (Aubrey Plaza), spends a lot of her time and life on her iPhone. It’s a great character who elicits empathy, laughs, shock, and some cringes.

Ingrid grows obsessed with an Insta-celeb, Taylor (Elizabeth Olsen), who she goes a long way to befriend. Some of the character’s Instagram hashtag-heavy posts in the movie were shared during production on the social media app.

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