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Watch the Trailer for “John Dies at the End”

The upcoming film “John Dies at the End” centers around a drug called soy sauce which gives the user a euphoric out-of-body experience that leaves the user dissatisfied with his or her current reality. Two unmotivated slackers, played by Rob Mayes and Chase Williamson, take the drug and discover that they are actually pieces in more »

Watch the Trailer for Dustin Hoffman’s Directorial Debut, “Quartet”

Dustin Hoffman directs Dame Maggie Smith in “Quartet,” a British comedy about an aged opera singer that must come face-to-face with her past when she moves into a retirement home for musicians which houses three former friends. The film also stars Billy Connolly, Michael Gambon, Pauline Collins and Tom Courtenay and, originally debuting at the more »

Get Ready For More ‘Trapped in the Closet’

Remember when R. Kelly made us roll on the floor with laughter as he wove musical soap operas that were over the top and freakin’ hilarious? Well, he’s back, bringing us more  for the first time since 2007. The “hip hopera” consists of 22 chapters that feature a dramatic chain of events that begin with more »

Scorsese and DiCaprio’s “The Wolf of Wall Street” to be Released in Late 2013

Cinematic geniuses Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio have previously joined forces with “Gangs of New York,” “The Aviator” and “The Departed,” and are now teaming up for the new film “The Wolf of Wall Street,” which now has a release date in late 2013. Written by Terence Winter, the creator of Boardwalk Empire,  the movie will more »

New Book Looks At Netflix’s Creation

Titled “Netflixed: The Epic Battle for America’s Eyeballs,” the nonfiction book by journalist Gina Keating investigates the origins of the video subscription provider and provides a somewhat unflattering portrait of the CEO Reed Hastings, the Associated Press reported Wednesday.  The material comes from former employees and company co-founder Marc Randolph who divulge details of business more »

Movie Adaptation of “Fifty Shades of Grey” Gets a Writer

Ladies, hold your breath, a movie version of Fifty Shades of Grey is one step closer to becoming a reality as Focus Features and Universal haved hired Kelly Marcel to write the screenplay. Marcel was previously best known for “Saving Mr. Banks,” which tells the story of Walt Disney’s arduous pursuit of the rights to “Mary more »

NBC to Create an Adventure Show Around Bear Grylls

Many were dismayed when Discovery Channel’s hit Man vs. Wild came to a close after six seasons. The show focused on the British adventurer Bear Grylls and his astounding and dangerous treks into the wild. Now, he’s moving onto NBC with the show Get Out Alive, a reality show which will follow teams of two as more »

MTV Movie Awards Pushed Forward to April

Ever since their inception in 1992, the MTV Movie Awards have been broadcast in June. However, in2013, the MTV Awards will be airing April 14, the network announced this week. This is because, in the past, the award ceremony served as a way for major movie studios to promote their upcoming summer blockbusters. However, as more »

Matt Reeves to Direct ‘Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes’

In 2008, Matt Reeves directed the surprise hit “Cloverfield.” He’s been chosen to direct the new “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.” The sequel to 2011’s “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” will once again star Andy Serkis as Caesar, the ape who began the revolution. Also returning are the original writers Rick Jaffa more »

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More Actors Join Cast of Terry Gilliam’s “Zero Theorem”

Christopher Waltz is starring in acclaimed director Terry Gilliam’s “Zero Theorem” as a computer whiz who lives in a grim future who becomes obsessed with solving the titular theorem in order to determine whether life has purpose. Now, thespians David Thewlis, Tilda Swinton, Lucas Hedges and Melanie Thierry have joined the cast, which will begin production more »

Watch the Second Trailer for the Much-Awaited “The Silver Linings Playbook”

Having received a continuous flow of praise and the People’s Choice Awards at the Toronto Film Festival, David O. Russell’s “The Silver Linings Playbook” is becoming a serious Oscar contender. The film stars Bradley Cooper as a man who, having recently been released from an eight-month stay at a mental institution, is trying to piece more »

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“The Mummy” Franchise Reboot on the Way

In 1999, Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz starred in an action thriller with a sense of humor, known as “The Mummy.” The series went on to gross over $1.25 billion and it might still have some miles to go. Len Wiseman, the director of the “Underworld” series and the latest “Total Recall,” will be breathing new life into more »