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Alexandra Shipp, Sophie Turner and Tye Sheridan became X-Men‘s new Storm, Jean Grey and Cyclops.
Tye Sheridan was also cast in Christopher Smith’s next movie. And Chiwetel Ejiofor is set to join Doctor Strange.
Rooney Mara, Kate Mara, Tatiana Maslany and Felicity Jones are up for a role in a Star Wars movie.
Emily Blunt will play a new villain… Continue reading Best of the Week: Sundance Begins, New 'X-Men' Cast, Joss Whedon's 'Wonder Woman' Teaser and More
Last year’s Sundance Film Festival began with the introduction of what would become one of the year’s most liked movies and eventually a Best Picture nominee: Whiplash. This year there may not be a major Oscar contender among the opening night movies, but instead we watched a hauntingly honest and soulful documentary about musician and activist Nina Simone (What Happened, Miss Simone?) and… Continue reading Sundance Opening Night: Come for the John Legend Performance, Stay for the Naked Cartwheels
When it comes to the world of independent film, all roads lead to Sundance. Not only does the Utah-based film festival kick-start the year in indie cinema, but it’s also now a breeding ground for Oscar movies. Last year’s Boyhood and Whiplash both premiered at Sundance, and have since gone on to receive multiple Oscar nominations including Best Picture. They join other recent films like Beasts of the
As we inch ever so closer to the end of 2014, our movie-lovin’ minds begin looking ahead at 2015. Many of next year’s critically acclaimed, awards worthy movies will debut at the Sundance Film Festival in January, and now that the festival has released their entire slate — including, most notably, their competition, midnight, and premieres lineups — we’re getting a nice eyeful… Continue reading 2015 Sundance Film Festival: See the Indie Movies Everyone Will Be Talking About Next Year
Leprechaun: Origins: We’ve had a peek at the movie but not its most iconc character — until now. The first look at the titular creature in Leprechaun: Origins reveals that the reboot has taken a very dark and sinister turn away from the more lighthearted installments in the series. Dylan Postle, aka WWE wrestler Hornswoggle, stars as the leprechaun; the movie… Continue reading Movie News: First Look at 'Leprechaun: Origins;' First Trailer for Sundance Smash 'Whiplash'