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Scott Derrickson (Sinister) will direct Marvel’s Doctor Strange. Bill Condon will direct a live-action Beauty and the Beast.
Star Wars: Episode VII cast Lupita Nyong’o and Gwendoline Christie this week. Also in Star Wars news, J.J. Abrams tweeted this dorky picture from set, and Josh Trank will direct the second stand-alone movie.
Sigourney Weaver wants to make one last Alien movie to finish… Continue reading Best of the Week: 'Doctor Strange' Director Hired, Alternate 'Captain America: Winter Soldier' Concept Art, and More
A prank isn’t a prank when it goes too far — and actress America Ferrara getting upskirted on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival is a perfect example.
While posing with her How To Train Your Dragon 2 castmates, Ferrara, 30, was the target of an invasive gag by celebrity prankster Vitalii Sediuk.
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Just one minute into the footage taken on… Continue reading America Ferrara Targeted At Cannes — Prankster Sticks His Head Under Her Dress During Red Carpet Walk!
Hot Docs ends with a bang and a laugh in “Khrushchev Does America,” a straightforward historical doc about a very odd event that has been all-but-forgotten. Before the future of the world rested on a razor blade, before Kennedy, and before the Cold War started as we understand it today, Nikita Khrushchev took a two-week vacation … in… Continue reading Hot Docs 2014: 'Khrushchev Does America' Review
After holding the top position at the box office for three weeks, femme-fueled “The Other Woman” has beat superhero blockbuster “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” for the No. 1 spot in its opening weekend.
Fox’s raunchy revenge comedy, starring Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton, debuted with $ 24.7 million, while Disney-Marvel’s “Captain America,” led by Chris Evans, grossed $ 16 million… Continue reading Weekend Box Office: 'The Other Woman' Defeats 'Captain America'
When it comes to superheroes, who have been in publication for over 75 years, films have a gray area regarding the rules of adaptation. As the times change, these characters do too, but there’s also an intangible element that will definitively make Batman, well, Batman. A detectable truthfulness exists in each character adapted to the screen, but the rules for what constitutes that truthfulness change from… Continue reading Comics on Film: Why It's Not Fair to Compare 'Man of Steel' to 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier'