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John Carter is the kind of movie that every film geek is already looking forward to, but that’s flying under the radar of most of the movie going public.  That’s not too surprising, really, considering Andrew Stanton’s (Wall-E) first live-action film is an adaptation of a series of sci-fi stories that were first written nearly 100 years ago.  Hopefully that will soon change, however, thanks to the first trailer for… Continue reading 'John Carter' Trailer Shows Off Epic Mars Adventuring

Falling-Skies

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We know what you’ve been thinking: Is Extreme Couponing a hit for TLC? Is anyone really watching American Restoration? Lucky for you, we’ve got the results from the second quarter, which will not only allow us to gauge the success of series that aired during the regular TV season (hi, The Killing!), but also take into consideration shows that… Continue reading Basic cable shows: What’s hot (and what’s not)

On this day in 1867, three of England’s North American colonies fused into a proud, new nation–one predicated on the people’s fundamental right to unlimited hockey, Tim Hortons donuts, and universal healthcare for all. That’s right: It’s Canada Day! And in honor of it, we thought we’d highlight some of the greatest contributions made by Canada to the annals of TV. Since every other series is shot in Canada these… Continue reading Five Great Canadian TV Shows

Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol

A few days ago a bootleg of the French trailer for Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol found its way online.  We held back on both watching and posting it because we wanted to see what The Incredibles director Brad Bird had done with Tom Cruises’ longest running film franchise without a French dub and a shaky recording to distract us from the… Continue reading 'Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol' Trailer Shows Tom Cruise Cool Under Pressure

The ComingSoon.net Box Office Report has been updated with studio estimates for the weekend. Click here for the full box office estimates of the top 12 films and then check back on Monday for the final figures based on actual box office.

Despite absolutely horrible reviews, DC Entertainment’s first major release based on a DC Comics character since its formation, Green Lantern (Warner Bros.), starring Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, Mark… Continue reading Green Lantern Shows No Fear at the Box Office