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Interstellar

Matthew McConaughey: Academy Award-winning actor Matthew McConaughey (above in Interstellar) says that he’s “circled” the possibility of appearing in a superhero movie. “I’ve read some Marvel and DC scripts,” he stated. “I’ve talked about working with them on some scripts. … nothing has been right for me yet. But I’m sure open to it.” He added: “It starts with the story… Continue reading Movie News: Matthew McConaughey Ponders a Superhero Movie; Watch Michael Fassbender in the First 'Steve Jobs' Trailer

Helena Bonham Carter and Rebecca Hall have joined the elite inner circle of Steve McQueen’s upcoming HBO drama, Codes of Conduct.

The series follows Beverly Snow (played by Devon Terrell), a young African American man from Queens, and his upward climb into Manhattan’s high society. Bonham Carter will play Esther Kaufmann, an author and psychiatrist born into a prominent Jewish family in Manhattan. The divorced mother’s life is… Continue reading Helena Bonham Carter, Rebecca Hall join Steve McQueen’s HBO drama ‘Codes of Conduct’

Fifty Shades of Grey

Fifty Shades of Grey: New images from Fifty Shades of Grey move the spotlight to members of Christian Grey’s family. Played by Jamie Dornan, Grey is the wealthy businessman who captures the heart, body and soul of college student Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson); the new pictures reveal Rita Ora, Andrew Airlie and Marcia Gay Harden as Christian’s sister… Continue reading Movie News: New 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Images; Natalie Portman Touted for Steve Jobs Biopic

Remember when you were a kid and actually stuck around the TV for the commercials because they advertised totally awesome toys? And do you remember how you wished you could go inside the world of those toys and live alongside your favorite heroes?

That’s basically the premise of Steve Kostanski‘s brilliant ABCs of Death 2 segment, “W is for Wish,” except the kids in… Continue reading 'ABCs of Death 2' Mad Genius Steve Kostanski Talks Sending Kids to a Fantasy Hell-scape









Jordan Canning isn’t new to the Toronto International Film Festival — her short film “Seconds” won the fest’s RBC Emerging Filmmakers Competition in 2012. But “We Were Wolves” marks the first time the promising Canadian writer/director took a feature to TIFF.

Shot over the course of two weeks at their cinematographer’s family cottage in northern Ontario, the indie drama was a labour… Continue reading Jordan Canning, Peter Mooney and Steve Cochrane on Becoming One Big, Happy Family in 'We Were Wolves'