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Ever since Drafthouse Films decided to re-release an old 1981 film called Roar, folks have been buzzing. Billed as one of the most dangerous movies ever made, this crazy long-lost experiment — directed by Noel Marshall and starring Tippi Hedren and Melanie Griffith — is unlike any movie you’ve ever seen. 

Why? Well, maybe the 100 real-life wild animals (most of them… Continue reading Watch: 'Roar,' The Story Behind the Most Dangerous Movie Ever Made

The 2015 SXSW Film Festival kicks off this week, and one film screening there is a documentary called Raiders!, tracking one duo’s attempt to complete a lifelong project that began back in 1982: to film a shot-for-shot recreation of Raiders of the Lost Ark. For Chris Strompolos and Eric Zala, the project began when they were around 11 years old and continued for seven… Continue reading Watch: Meet the Guys Behind the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made

Plenty of movies have contests for fans to win a chance to see a movie early, perhaps even at its world premiere. But few promise to do it with the same level of style that Robert Downey Jr. plans to bring to the table. 

It’s best if you just watch the below video of RDJ explaining the night of extravagance and decadence… Continue reading Watch: Robert Downey Jr. Wants to Give You the Best Night of Your Life... Ever

We all got a good look at Jason Momoa’s Aquaman in the upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and it stirred the imagination of Marvel fans who wondered why we hadn’t seen the other Prince of Atlantis, Namor the Sub-Mariner in a movie yet. The character is one of the oldest popular superheroes, first appearing on the stands in 1939 – the very same… Continue reading Marvel Studios Countdown: Will We Ever See 'Namor,' Marvel Studio's Own Aquaman?

Here are your estimated four-day holiday box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies – $ 54.5 million ($ 168.5 million total)

2. Unbroken – $ 47.3 million ($ 47.3 million total)

3. Into the Woods – $ 46.1 million ($ 46.1 million total)

4. Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb -