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Weep for your childhood all of you want, but Disney‘s live action reboots and reimaginings of their classic characters have been box office gold. “The Jungle Book,” “Cinderella,” and “Beauty And The Beast” have…

If you’re a bit OCD about how movies should be categorized, you might want to stay away from the Golden Globes. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is happy to play fast and loose with defining what genre a film belongs in (see “The Mar…

The numbers just aren’t adding up for “Blade Runner 2049.” Currently sitting at $248 million, the blockbuster sci-fi sequel reportedly needed to make $400 million worldwide to break even. The film, which cost $155 million before marke…

By the time 2018, John Kraskinski is hoping you’ll see him as more than just Jim Halpert from “The Office.” He’ll be going into action mode over at Amazon, leading “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” and he takes the lead…

Time to get out your wands and whatnot. The sequel to “Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them” is on the way, and today we have our first look at the assembled crew who will once again take audiences on a magical, prequel journey. “F…

Is it time to put on the conspiracy hats? Earlier this week, it was reported that Rotten Tomatoes was holding the reveal of the Tomatometer score for “Justice League” for their “Rotten Tomatoes See It/Skip It” Facebook show. Well, the progr…

Netflix and Media Rights Capital are currently trying to figure out a way forward with “House Of Cards,” without including Kevin Spacey, who is facing serious allegations of sexual harassment and assault. Meanwhile, Louis C.K. has seen the …

Halloween may be behind us, but the folks at The Criterion Collection are ready to send a chill up your spine, as they prepare another excellent slate of films, for February. Leading the pack is George A. Romero‘s “Night Of The Living Dead….

Todd Haynes and Dan Gilroy sit down to discuss the creative process behind “Wonderstruck,” their influences and taking on projects that resonate on “The Directors Cut” podcast.  Dan Gilroy is presently hard at work himself, prom…

While two movies don’t make a trend….does three? Films with characters caught in a loop don’t come around very often, but in recent memory, the gimmick has been given a sci-fi touch with “Source Code” and “Edge Of To…