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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Terminal trailer

Please sit back and let the alluring neon-lit visuals of this Terminal trailer wash over you. Margot Robbie stars in Vaughn Stein‘s thriller about two assassins in an anonymous city. This is a teaser trailer, so there’s not a whole lot of detail, but one thing is for sure: Terminal looks stylish as hell.

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Quentin Tarantino Star Trek Movie Simon Pegg

It’s still hard to believe, but Quentin Tarantino is committed to making a new Star Trek film for Paramount. The Pulp Fiction filmmaker allegedly said he would only sign on to the film if Paramount approved an R-rating. But Star Trek franchise mainstay Simon Pegg says he knows some details about the Quentin Tarantino Star Trek Movie, and doesn’t think it will be R-rated after all.

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The final Ready Player One trailer here, and it’s overflowing with action and references galore. Steven Spielberg directs this spectacle-laden adaptation of Ernest Cline‘s pop culture extravaganza. It seems like a perfect pairing, but the question remains: will Ready Player One be any good?

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The Cloverfield franchise made history when it released a surprise trailer for The Cloverfield Paradox during the Super Bowl, and then announced that the film would be available to stream on Netflix that very night. Now that folks have had a chance to watch the film, it’s time to talk about the not-so-surprising Cloverfield Paradox cameos from two Bad Robot regulars.

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As the Mission: Impossible series moves forward, the missions get bigger and Tom Cruise‘s stunts get more dangerous. This is especially true in the first trailer for Mission: Impossible – Fallout, which can only be described as a series of astonishing crashes and falls for Cruise’s death-defying Ethan Hunt, with some plot sprinkled in.

The first trailer for the sixth Mission: Impossible movie debuted Sunday night during the Super Bowl to much buzz, following Ethan Hunt and his IMF team after a botched mission throws their camaraderie into jeopardy and fuels the CIA’s skepticism of Ethan’s loyalty to the U.S. government.

Join us on our frame-by-frame breakdown of the Mission: Impossible – Fallout trailer.

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Mission Impossible Fallout Trailer

The Impossible Mission Force is back for another round of action, but this time they have to deal with the consequences of a mission gone wrong in Mission: Impossible – Fallout.

Tom Cruise is back as Ethan Hunt, and his team has come along with him. Rebecca Ferguson returns after being introduced in Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation and the reliable Ving Rhames and Simon Pegg are back too. Plus, Alec Baldwin is working with the team now after initially trying to stop their reckless activities in the last sequel. Now we finally get to see what the team is up against in the sixth installment of the franchise that has been going since 1996. Read More »

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT

Ethan Hunt is back, and he’s raring to go.

The latest film in Tom Cruise‘s slow escalation of death-defying stunts will drop a trailer on Super Bowl Sunday, but ahead of that highly anticipated commercial comes a new poster, new images, and some brand new footage from the sixth Mission: Impossible movie: Mission: Impossible – Fallout.

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Truth Seekers Series

One of the best on-screen duos in recent memory is undoubtedly that of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. They’ve starred in all three of Edgar Wright’s films in his makeshift Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World’s End), not to mention the alien road trip comedy Paul with Seth Rogen, but before that, they worked on the British TV comedy series Spaced. Now, Pegg and Frost will be working on a brand new TV series. Read More »

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Shaun of the Dead sequel

Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg are both very big names in show business right now, with Pegg having worked on the Star Trek franchise and Wright recently releasing the box office hit Baby Driver. But in the early 2000s, they were primarily known for their work on the cult TV show Spaced. That all changed when 2004’s Shaun of the Dead hit theaters, leading Wright and Pegg to make two more films together. And while Wright and Pegg would collaborate on both Hot Fuzz and The World’s End, fans almost got more – a Shaun of the Dead sequel.

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