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October 20, 2017

Steeped in Mexican culture and folklore, ‘Coco’ ranks among Disney-Pixar’s most engaging efforts. read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

We’re only about two months away from the release of a new Paul Thomas Anderson film, one which carries the added significance of featuring the final performance from Daniel Day-Lewis. After having recently confirmed its long-rumored title of Phantom Thread, the first trailer — which clocks in at two minutes …

Internet personality Andrew Bachelor stars in Scott Zabielski’s debut comedy ‘Where’s the Money.’ read more Source: HoolywoodReporter Movie Reviews

Who will be the new Green Arrow on the next episode of the sixth season of Arrow? Who has joined the Shazam crew as director of photography and costume designer? What did Josh Brolin think of the first footage he saw of himself as Thanos? Why don’t we ever see …

On the October 20, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by Ben Pearson and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest news, including a potential Pacific Rim crossover, why David Fincher turned down Star Wars, Rian Johnson’s involvement in Star Wars Episode 9, hilarious ‘Geostorm’ reviews and …

It’s hard to believe it’s only been three years since Miles Teller starred in a Best Picture nominee. From the great heights of “Whiplash” came a startling crash as a year later “Fantastic Four” became something of a…

Fair warning: I’m going to spend this article talking about something that happens in the Thor: Ragnarok trailers and how that aligns with what happens in the final movie. It’s not a world-shattering revelation, but if you’ve avoided all of the trailers thus far and would prefer to know nothing about the movie at …

“Let me prove to you that I can do it.” Studiocanal UK has debuted the official UK trailer for a Germany comedy film titled My Blind Date with Life, or originally Mein Blind Date mit dem Leben in German. The film tells the true story of a student who nearly became blind as a teenager. He keeps his limited eye sight a secret and starts working at a hotel in Munich, soon falling in love with a woman. Kostja Ullmann stars as the lead character Saliya Kahawatte, with a cast including Anna Maria Mühe, Nilam Farooq, Sylvana Krappatsch, Ludger Pistor, Johann von Bülow, and Herbert Forthuber. This looks like a very cheesy German romantic comedy, but there’s a heartwarming story behind it all. That said, this doesn’t seem like it will be good. At least you can get a glimpse at what campy German comedies are like – have fun. Here’s the UK trailer (+ German poster) for Marc Rothemund’s My …