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May 18, 2017

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Dream Casting of the Day: Dwayne Johnson wants Armie Hammer to play Shazam opposite his Black Adam, so BossLogic shows us what they’d look like: Forgot to post the @armiehammer X @TheRock pieces I did for @ComicBook I dying to get some news on this film pic.twitter.com/UVPrOiW5Eq — BossLogic (@Bosslogic) May 17, 2017   Franchise Recap of the Day: Get ready for Alien: Covenant by watching this history of the Alien franchise from Distractotron (via Film School Rejects):   Movie Science of the Day: Also in honor of the new Alien movie, Kyle Hill explains the biology of the Xenomorphs:   Behind the Scenes Video of the…Read More

Perhaps there’s nothing worse than a film with a campy premise that takes itself too seriously. Everything, Everything takes it title from a spoiler alert its lead character Maddy Whittier (Amandla Stenberg) leaves on her blog as she reviews Flowers for Algernon, another story about a chronically ill character (“Love is Everything. …

In the middle of King Arthur: Legend of the Sword — writer-director Guy Ritchie’s attempted blend of cockney wit found in the films that made his career with fantasy epics like the Lord of the Rings trilogy — star Charlie Hunnam states, “I’ll talk. I’m happy to talk. But there …

Marc Webb is directing the pilot episode of the James Patterson adaptation The post CBS Sets Instinct Starring Alan Cumming appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Want to see Michael Rooker with Mary Poppins at one of Disney’s theme parks? What can you expect from Agents of SHIELD‘s fifth season? Which Fantastic Four villain would James Gunn like to use in Guardians of the Galaxy? What’s in store for DC Comics when the Doomsday Clock storyline …

“Our words are stronger than their weapons.” Amazon Studios has revealed the first official trailer for the documentary City of Ghosts, the follow-up to Cartel Land made by filmmaker Matthew Heineman. This doc takes a closer look at the Syrian war as told from the inside, following a group of anonymous journalists working to report on what’s really happening. Heineman is known for getting incredible footage and diving deep into the subject of his docs, and that’s definitely the case here. It’s describe as a “powerful cinematic experience that is sure to shake audiences to their core.” This premiered at Sundance this year, where I saw it, and it’s good but nowhere near as good as Cartel Land. This would also make a good double feature with the doc Last Men in Aleppo, as both films are important looks at the war in Syria. Watch the footage below. Here’s the first trailer (+ poster) for Matthew Heineman’s documentary City of Ghosts, …

In today’s edition of sequel bits: Dwayne Johnson discusses a Hobbs and Shaw movie. A new logo for next summer’s Untitled Bumblebee Movie. A clip from Despicable Me 3. Talk of Karl Urban playing Judge Dredd again. And more. Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham are getting their very own Fast and Furious spin-off from writer Chris …

“You’re never going to believe what’s in the next room.” Warner Bros has debuted a new red band trailer for the wild comedy titled The House, where two parents decide to turn their home into an underground, illegal casino to make enough money to send their daughter to college. It’s a fun concept for a comedy. Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler star as the parents, with Nick Kroll, Jason Mantzoukas, Allison Tolman, Ryan Simpkins, Sam Richardson, Rob Huebel and Michaela Watkins. This trailer is a red band trailer mostly for language, and one bloody scene at the end, and that’s about it. Unfortunately this doesn’t look better than the first trailer, but I’m still looking forward to seeing this anyway. Maybe it’ll be enjoyable. Here’s the second, red band trailer for Andrew Jay Cohen’s The House, direct from WB’s YouTube: You can still watch the first official trailer for The House here, to see more footage from this comedy. After Scott and Kate …

We’ve covered a handful of VR experiences here on the site, but I’ve never heard of anything quite like the new virtual reality project that Birdman and The Revenant director Alejandro G. Iñárritu has cooked up. It’s called Carne y Arena, and it’s the first VR installation to screen in the official selection …