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We got our first official look at the new Batmobile. Earlier we’d seen a spy photo of that and one of the Millennium Falcon on the set of Star Wars Episode VII

Top Gun 2 has a writer on board. 23 Jump Street also has a writer on board. Ted 2 has a Morgan Freemam on board. 

Warner Bros. and DC might make a Legion

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The 2014 Toronto International Film Festival has a few more days left before it’s over, but the big event is winding down and many critics and other attendees are returning home with most of the buzz about the movies filed and spread… Continue reading Your Top Three: Most Anticipated Movies from the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival

A World War II period biopic about some code cracker starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Period-Piece Queen Keira Knightley might earn an eye roll from the more cynical who instantly dismiss such content as “Oscar bait” — but while The Imitation Game is all of these things, it’s all of these things done quite well. 

Cumberbatch stars as Alan Turing, a mathematician and cryptoanalyst whose… Continue reading Toronto Review: 'The Imitation Game' Features Benedict Cumberbatch's Finest Performance to Date


Pictured Above: Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones and director James Marsh receive a standing ovation following the premiere of The Theory of Everything.

Pictured Below: Finally, a place to work out all those film festival issues…


THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING (in theaters November 7)

One-liner: A biopic about the life… Continue reading Toronto Buzz: 'Foxcatcher' Reviewed, Plus 'The Theory of Everything,' Film Festival Therapy and More

Welcome back to the FanCast Movies Podcast here at Movies.com!

On this special episode of the FanCast Movies Podcast, Erik Davis (Movies.com) and Sean O’Connell (CinemaBlend.com) report live from the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival, talking the fest’s best movies, performances, and moments, as well as its biggest surprises. Some of the films discussed on this episode include Nightcrawler, While We’re Young, Force Majeure, Wild Tales