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‘Pan’ Movie Pics Gives First Look At Hugh Jackman As Blackbeard

Pan Hugh Jackman

Warner Bros. has held out for a long time, but the studio has finally given the first images from the upcoming film Pan, the origin story of Peter Pan. With that, fans get their first look at Hugh Jackman as the evil and villainous Blackbeard, and he looks awesome in all his twirled-mustache glory. Entertainment… Read more »

Amy Adams Will Lend Her Voice To Janis Joplin In New Biopic

Amy Adams Joplin

Amy Adams is no stranger to singing on the big screen, and now she’s going to do it once again. However, she will be taking on a role that’s much bigger than that of a Disney Princess. Adams is now confirmed to star as the legendary Janis Joplin in the new biopic Get It While… Read more »

Why ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1’ Fell Short This Weekend

Why Mockingjay Falls Short

Following the first couple days of box office reporting, it looks like The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 is set to make $123 million this weekend, setting itself up to be the most successful opening weekend of the year, Box Office Mojo reports. Sadly, despite these high numbers, Mockingjay still falls short of success of… Read more »

‘Big Hero 6’ Stays Strong Among Box Office Also-Rans

Big Hero 6

Big Hero 6 is no longer the king of the box office, but that doesn’t mean it can’t occupy a very strong second place on this weekend’s box office. In all fairness to every movie that isn’t starring Jennifer Lawrence, it was going to be near impossible to knock the newest Hunger Games off its… Read more »

‘Mockingjay': A Tale In Two (Unnecessary) Parts

Katniss Everdeen

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 hits theaters this weekend amid mixed reviews, and early returns do not look promising. The final chapter in the saga of Katniss Everdeen and friends may be bogged down by an underwhelming story that was inexplicably broken into two parts. Variety is reporting that while certain to be… Read more »

Mike Nichols, Director of ‘The Graduate,’ Has Passed Away

Mike Nichols The Graduate

Mike Nichols was a bastion of the Hollywood filmmaking system for more than 50 years during his storied and classic-making career. On Wednesday, he died at the age of 83 due to unexpected heart complications. Mike worked in theatre, film and television with great success — being one of only a small elite to win… Read more »

‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Cast Rumored For Cyclops, Jean Grey

'X-Men Apocalypse' cast possibilities for Jean Grey and Cyclops

The X-Men: Apocalypse cast may have been partially revealed. Individuals with inside information on 20th Century Fox’s next superhero ensemble have released a list of actors and actresses who may be playing fan-favorite mutants next time. Recast roles have become almost commonplace in Fox’s superhero franchise. In this case it’s mostly due to the characters… Read more »

‘Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas’ Debuts With Scathing Reviews

Saving Christmas

Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas debuted over the weekend with scathing reviews. Despite making an estimated $1 million at the box office, the critics were not impressed. The limited-release holiday film was featured in select theaters beginning November 14. The cast includes Kirk Cameron, his sister Bridgette, and Darren Doane. Although Kirk is a seasoned actor… Read more »

‘Captain America: Civil War’ Casting Draws Speculation

Chris Evans as Captain America

When Marvel confirmed its plans for the third Captain America movie – Captain America: Civil War – during the unveiling of its entire “Phase 3″ schedule on October 28, 2014, rumors immediately began to swirl around casting choices, and their implications in terms of story. We were told, at that point, the film would definitely… Read more »