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‘Mary and the Witch’s Flower’ Review: An Utterly Enchanting Animated Adventure

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When Studio Ghibli shuttered their production in 2014, the film industry lost one of the foremost leaders in imaginative fantasy storytelling. With Hayao Miyazaki set to come out of retirement for a new Ghibli film, that loss is a temporary one, but lucky for fans of the animation studio we don't even have to wait that long for a new film in the proud Ghibli tradition. Ghibli producer Yoshiaki Nishimura branched off to form Studio Ponoc with a team of team of key fellow Ghibli vets and their first feature, Mary and the Witch's Flower is an absolutely … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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‘It: Chapter 2′ Gets 2019 Release Date

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It has been a bona fide phenomenon since its debut, crashing through any tracking for what it might make at the box office, and shattering records left and right. For the horrorphobic like myself, that means endless fear of Pennywise images and a new reticence towards red balloons. But for New Line and Warner Bros., it's surely been nothing but celebration. Today the two studios have announced the release date for the sequel to It as September 6, 2019, where it will debut in regular theaters and IMAX screens (for those who like to be even more terrified). [caption … »

- Allison Keene

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First ‘Waco’ Images Reveal Taylor Kitsch as Cult Leader David Koresh

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The Paramount Network -- formerly known as SpikeTV -- has just released the first images of its highly anticipated limited series Waco. The series will explore the story of David Koresh (Taylor Kitsch), the leader of a religious cult known as the Branch Davidians, who led a standoff against the Atf in the early 90s. The event then spiraled into an FBI raid that left over 70 people dead, and it became one of the most infamous incidents of the era. Waco comes on the heels of several other TV projects examining major crimes of the 90s, including FX's The People … »

- Allison Keene

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Heroes: Marvel vs DC Thru the Decades: The 1970s

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For the next six episodes, Jon Schnepp and the Heroes panel will explore Marvel vs DC TV and Film properties through the decades in both the animation and live-action arenas. Today’s installment is Part 2, and explores the 1970s on this Monday September 25, 2017: DC: Movies/Television Live Action 1974-1976 - Shazam! - CBS 1974- Wonder Woman - Cathy Lee Crosby 1978 - Superman The Movie 1975-1979 - Wonder Woman - Lynda Carter - ABC and CBS 1979 - Legend of the SuperHeroes  DC: Animated series 1973 - Superfriends - Hanna Barbera- ABC 1977 - The New Adventures of Batman 1977 - The All New SuperFriends Hour … »

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‘Kingsman 2’: Colin Firth and Jeff Bridges on the Benefits of Doing Long, Unbroken Takes

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- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub

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‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Is Now the Highest-Grossing Superhero Movie of 2017

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In the battle for superhero supremacy, Spider-Man is back on top—for 2017 at least. Sony Pictures teamed up with Marvel Studios to reboot its sole comic book property in the form of Spider-Man: Homecoming, and the film was an unqualified success. Maybe most impressively, the redo scored some seriously positive notices from critics, which then boosted its box office legs as the film continued to perform weeks after release. And now, two and a half months after release, Spider-Man: Homecoming has crossed the $874 million mark at the worldwide box office to become the highest grossing … »

- Adam Chitwood

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Idris Elba Reads Fan Fiction about Himself, and It’s Gloriously Embarrassing

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Good Guy Idris Elba has given us an unexpected delight today by reading out fan fiction about himself, as part of the marketing for his upcoming movie The Mountain Between Us. You have to think that when he was approached to do this he thought “Sure, how bad can it be?” My friend, so much worse than you could imagine. With stories that including the actor “glamping” and being part of several different dreams (and a dream vacation) — including a story titled “Magical Neon Sexuality" by Diamond Shy — Elba gamely reads out excerpts that must have made him call his … »

- Allison Keene

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Luke Wilson on ‘Brad’s Status’ and Mike White’s Fantastic Script

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- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub

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Enter for a Chance to Win a ‘The Lego Ninjago Movie’ Prize Pack

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With The Lego Ninjago Movie now in theaters (and it’s good, you should see it), we’re pleased to give away an amazing prize pack for the movie.  It’s got everything a Lego fanatic could want including multiple The Lego Ninjago Movie sets, an activity book, alarm clock, and coolest of all, tickets to Legoland California, Legoland Florida, or Legoland Windsor (travel not included). Here’s everything included in the prize pack: The Lego Ninjago Movie Sets – Lego Tickets to Legoland California, Legoland Florida or Legoland Windsor – Legoland Resorts The Lego Ninjago Movie Minifigure Alarm Clock – ClicTime The … »

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‘Gerald’s Game’ Review: Carla Gugino Shines in a Stunning Stephen King Adaptation

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Stephen King may be best known for killer clowns, Dark Towers, and his other sprawling epics of good and evil, but there's a much more mundane type of menace you'll find stamped across the pages of all King's best works: toxic men. Corrupt men in power, bad husbands, and even worse fathers are threaded through King's narratives at large, and few of his stories delve into the tricky subject matter so deeply as Gerald's Game, a rich and thoughtful, if occasionally problematic, examination of abuse and the transformation from victim to survivor, all told through … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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TV Talk: First Look at The CW Superhero Crossover Event “Crisis on Earth-x”

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On this episode of Collider TV Talk (September 25, 2017) Josh Macuga, David Griffin and Emma Fyffe discuss: First Look at the CW Crossover Event Culture Clash pilot at Fox Star Trek: Discovery Review Rick and Morty Review Weekend High/Lows The Deuce Halt and Catch Fire Episodes Vice Principals Duck Tales! Outlander Neo Yokio Victoria Twitter Questions Pick of the Day - If you could pick a Star Trek name what would it be?   [caption id="attachment_652751" align="aligncenter" width="1200"] Image via CBS[/caption]… »

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’: Alex Kurtzman on Finishing Strong and Plans for Season 2

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Star Trek: Discovery premiered on CBS Sunday night ahead of its beam-up to the streaming service CBS All-Access; the network netted 9.6 million viewers. That number could rise to 15 million once all of the multiplatform presentations are taken into account. It was also the biggest day for the network's subscription service sign-ups, passing the previous record set during the 2017 Grammys, as THR reports. That all bodes well for the future of Star Trek: Discovery as CBS looks to the weeks ahead, Season 2, and beyond. Star Trek: Discovery boss Alex Kurtzman spoke with … »

- Dave Trumbore

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Win Free Tickets to Our ‘Brawl in Cell Block 99’ Screening with Vince Vaughn Q&A

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One of my favorite films from this year’s Toronto International Film Festival was S. Craig Zahler’s (Bone Tomahawk) sophomore feature, Brawl in Cell Block 99. If you’re not familiar with the film, the movie features an awesome performance by Vince Vaughn as a former boxer named Bradley who ends up having to work for a friend as a drug courier. When things go off the rails, Vaughn lands in prison where he’s given an ultimatum: either do what he’s told or loved ones on the outside will suffer. Trust me, you’ve never seen Vaughn … »

- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub

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Watch Paul Thomas Anderson’s New Short Film ‘Valentine’ with Haim

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The Paul Thomas Anderson and Haim collaboration continues. Earlier this year, the band Haim released what appeared to be a music video for “Right Now” directed by Anderson. The There Will Be Blood and Boogie Nights filmmaker shot the whole thing on 35mm and it was basically a single take of the band performing the song live, as told through Anderson’s camera. As it turns out, that was simply one part of a new short film from Anderson called Valentine, which is a series of Haim live-to-tape performances recorded in studio for their sophomore album Something to … »

- Adam Chitwood

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Movie Talk: Rian Johnson Wraps ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’

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On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (Monday September 25th, 2017) Mark Ellis, Ashley Mova and Wendy Lee discuss the following: It is now highest grossing horror movie of all time; Box Office Report Rian Johnson wraps Star Wars: The Last Jedi with zero reported production issues Matthew Vaughn says his Flash Gordon stalled because of Guardians of the Galaxy First trailer for Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs Zack Snyder calls Ben Affleck the best Batman of all time Mail Bag Live Twitter Questions [caption id="attachment_658544" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Image via Warner Bros.[/caption]… »

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‘Dementia 13′ Remake Unleashes a Vengeful Ghost in a New Clip

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Today, we're happy to debut an exclusive new clip for Dementia 13, the upcoming remake of Francis Ford Coppola's film of the same name about "A vengeful ghost, a mysterious killer, and a family where everyone has a secret converge in one night of terror." That's pretty ambiguous as a far as plot descriptions go. The original was produced by Roger Corman and starred Luanna Anders as Louise, a scheming woman who murders her husband and travels to his family estate intent on claiming her inheritance, where she finds the family holding a memorial for a child … »

- Haleigh Foutch

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First ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ Halloween Special Trailer Arrives in Spooky Stop-Motion

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Nickelodeon's SpongeBob SquarePants Halloween special is just around the corner! We've seen bits of pieces of the upcoming stop-motion animated episode over the last few months, but as we prepare to enter the Halloween season, this spooky spectacular gets closer and closer. Today, the first full trailer for SpongeBob SquarePants: The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom has hit the web and it's downright delightful (and slightly disturbing if stop-motion animation and sponge-skin bothers you). SpongeBob SquarePants stars Tom Kenny as SpongeBob SquarePants, an incurably optimistic sea sponge who lives in a pineapple under the … »

- Dave Trumbore

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New Trailer for ‘First They Killed My Father’ Portrays Life Under an Oppressive Regime

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After making appearances at Telluride and Toronto International Film Festival, Angelina Jolie's latest directorial effort First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers is now available to stream on Netflix. The feature film draws from the horrific, real-world violence that resulted from Cambodia's Civil War and Pol Pot's brutal Khmer Rouge army during the 1970s. The tale is told through the eyes of Loung Ung (as played by Sareum Srey Moch) who suffered under the oppressive rule as a child but survived to become a human rights activist, author, and screenwriter. A new trailer … »

- Dave Trumbore

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‘Marrowbone’: George MacKay and Director Sergio G. Sánchez on the Unique, Dark Fairytale

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- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub

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‘Pitch Perfect 3’: New Trailer Finds the Bellas Squaring Off with Full Bands

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Universal Pictures just released the second trailer for Pitch Perfect 3, in which the Bellas join the Uso Tour to showcase their pipes one more time. This third film is planned as the final installment in the franchise, which got an unlikely start with the excellent Jason Moore-directed 2012 comedy that soared to spectacular box office off relatively tiny budget. The sequel upped the ante and suffered from some of the pitfalls that can plague follow-ups that aren't necessarily organic (Pitch Perfect wasn't exactly begging for a sequel), but for this third film it appears there'… »

- Adam Chitwood

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