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September 24, 2017

“The Square is a brilliant examination of the motivations of our own personal morality, and a truly amazing comedy.” The post Fantastic Fest 2017: The Square Review appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Fans have been patiently waiting to see the concluding chapter of the Maze Runner trilogy after Dylan O’Brien was injured during a stunt gone wrong while the film was shooting in 2016. Originally set for release earlier this year, Maze Runner: The Death Cure is now coming to theaters in …

Having suffered a major delay in filming after an on set accident involving leading man Dylan O’Brien, the fate of the third in “The Maze Runner” trilogy was left in limbo. However, the star regained health and the cast and crew returned to set to finish off the remainder of the film. The first in the franchise, “The Maze Runner,” was met with somewhat muted appraisal, coming too soon off the heels of every other YA adaptation to not be met with some fatigue. Continue reading ‘Maze Runner: The Death Cure’ Trailer: The Trilogy Comes To A Close at The Playlist.

While await a proper release of Terrence Malick’s Voyage of Time, another documentary that looks at the awe and wonder of our world is, ahem, world premiering at the New York Film Festival. Cielo, the feature debut from Alison McAlpine (Second Sight), explores the heavens above the Andes and the …

It’s the heyday of TV series like Chopped and The Great British Bake Off, so it seems like there’s no better time for a mockumentary film about the lives of quirky small-town cooking competitors. Ironically, Melissa McCarthy‘s comedy Cook Off! is a movie that has been long in the development oven, originally made a decade …

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women reveals the rather surprising story of the creator of Wonder Woman, Dr. William Moulton Marston, and the unconventional relationship he had with two women. It’s a charming, thoughtful film that goes places you might not expect it to, and a new clip offers a brief glimpse …

In this edition of TV Bits: Cord cutting has reached new heights Seth MacFarlane‘s The Flintstones show probably isn’t happening Sabrina, a Riverdale spin-off, is currently in the works New photos from The Walking Dead season 8 The Exorcist season 2 debuts a new featurette And more! Variety cites a research …

What’s old becomes new again. So, the story goes a little like this: in a 2015 podcast talk with Nerdist circa “The Hateful Eight” press, director Quentin Tarantino talked about many things as he’s wont to do. Topics broached were his love for “Speed Racer,” Marvel’s “Luke Cage” (he wanted to make a movie in the ‘90s) and “Star Trek,” a sci-fi property that the “Pulp Fiction” filmmaker said he preferred to “Star Wars.” READ MORE: Listen: 80-Minute Talk With Quentin Tarantino About ‘Speed Racer,’ ‘Luke Cage,’ ‘Star Trek,’ And Much More While he talked about the movies to small degree, it was the “Star Trek” TV shows that clearly made a mark on the director. Continue reading Quentin Tarantino Still Open To The Idea Of Directing ‘Star Trek’ at The Playlist.

HBO has premiered the first trailer for Spielberg, a feature-length documentary about the renowned filmmaker and master storyteller. “Every time I start a new scene, I get nervous. And when that verges on panic, I get great ideas,” This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Leonardo DiCaprio, Martin Scorsese Praise Steven Spielberg in First Doc Trailer