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‘Creed 2’ Lands Director Steven Caple Jr.; Stallone Sits Out This Round

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Though Sylvester Stallone was previously reported as being onboard to direct MGM/Warner Bros.' Creed 2, we now have word that Steven Caple Jr. (The Land) will be handling those duties. Stallone, who won a Golden Globe and earned an Oscar nomination for his role as Rocky Balboa in Ryan Coogler's Creed, will return to star alongside fighter Adonis Johnson, played by Michael B. Jordan. Caple will direct from a script by Stallone and Cheo Hodari Coker (Luke Cage). Variety reports that Caple Jr. was hand-picked by both Stallone and Jordan following the original Rocky's discussions with … »


- Dave Trumbore

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Watch Saoirse Ronan, Tiffany Haddish & Nicole Kidman Star in Short, Creepy Horror Films

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2017 has been a banner year for horror movies and TV shows. Things started off in a big way for writer-director Jordan Peele's Get Out, a solid and unique entry in this much-maligned genre that, earlier today, earned itself two Golden Globe nominations. We also saw new installments in horror movie franchises like Annabelle: CreationAlien: Covenant, Rings, Cult of Chucky, and Jigsaw, plus remakes like Flatliners, along with brand new takes on terror in Happy Death Day and It Comes at Night. Some of these were better than others, of course. And then there were the … »

- Dave Trumbore

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Seth Rogen to Go Dramatic as Walter Cronkite in JFK Assassination Film

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While Seth Rogen continues to hone his skills as a writer and director both on the big and small screen, he’s also continuing to vacillate between both comedic and dramatic acting. With impressive dramatic turns in films like Take This Waltz and Steve Jobs under his belt, Rogen is currently shooting a romantic comedy with Charlize Theron called Flarsky. But Deadline now reports that he’s signed on to play legendary CBS newsman Walter Cronkite in the upcoming drama Newsflash, which promises to be an incredibly timely tale in a world inundated with so-called "fake news." The pic … »

- Adam Chitwood

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Here’s How Peter Parker Factors into ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’

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While we all knew Sony Pictures Animation was releasing an animated Spider-Man movie in December of next year and that Miles Morales was the lead, until this weekend Sony hadn’t released the title or even confirmed whether Peter Parker would be making an appearance in the movie. But with Ccxp (Comic-Con Experience) happening in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Sony decided to use the biggest Comic-Con in South America to unveil new details about the web-swinger’s upcoming animated adventure by having producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller take the stage with Erico Borgo from Omelete to … »

- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub

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Movie Talk: First Reactions to ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi'; Golden Globe Nominations

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On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (Monday December 11th, 2017) Mark Ellis, Jon Schnepp, Perri Nemiroff, Ashley Mova discuss the following: The first reactions to Star Wars: The Last Jedi from press who attended the premiere. Warner Bros. affirms its upcoming DC Comics movie slate. Golden Globe nominations. Box Office Report New trailer released for Ready Player One. First Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse trailer reveals Miles Morales’ big-screen debut. Live Twitter [caption id="attachment_679895" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Image via Warner Bros.[/caption]… »

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Atlanta Readers: Win Passes to See ‘Molly’s Game’

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I was a bit bummed when the release date for Molly’s Game was pushed back from Thanksgiving to Christmas, but either way, it’s a great film to see with friend or family because it’s such a breakneck blast. You’ve got Aaron Sorkin’s rapid-fire dialogue, skillful editing, and a compelling story about Molly Bloom, who ran an infamous underground poker ring. I’ve seen the movie twice now and while there are certainly more prestigious titles in 2017, Molly’s Game is easily one of the most fun movies I’ve seen this year. I’… »

- Matt Goldberg

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Over 15 Easter Eggs We Spotted in the New ‘Ready Player One’ Trailer

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When a feature film adaptation of Ready Player One was in the works, author Ernest Cline was candid about his doubts the movie would ever happen. Not only can development be a fickle beast, but the book is so packed with IP from various rights holders that including just a fraction of the references from the book would cost a boatload. As it turns out, Warner Bros. landed possibly the only director who could both navigate the various licensing issues and cut great deals: Steven Spielberg. While the film takes place in the future and revolves around the virtual reality … »

- Adam Chitwood

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‘Darkest Hour’ Dp Bruno Delbonnel on Working with Joe Wright & Shooting Gary Oldman as Churchill

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Certainly one of the most distinct and talented cinematographers working today is Bruno Delbonnel. Most first sparked to the French cinematographer’s work on the 2001 film Amélie, and he subsequently lent his talents to films like A Very Long Engagement, Across the Universe, and Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows, Big Eyes, and Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. And when the Coen Brothers found themselves in need of a new cinematographer due to Roger Deakins’ absence, they enlisted Delbonnel to shoot the gorgeous Inside Llewyn Davis (and he’s also shooting their upcoming anthology series). Most recently, … »

- Adam Chitwood

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‘Ready Player One’ Author Ernest Cline Confirms He’s Writing a Sequel to the Novel

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Right now, my excitement for Ready Player One is brushing up against the weakness of the source material. Ernest Cline’s novel has a great structure and a solid concept—a guy enters a virtual reality space where he goes on a quest to discover three keys that will give him ownership of the entire virtual reality—but it’s so drenched in nostalgia that it struggles to breathe. There are multiple points where you just stop reading, roll your eyes, and say out loud to no one in particular, “Yes, I too like 80s pop culture.” Nevertheless, the book … »

- Matt Goldberg

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The Best Movies to Watch on Christmas

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The holidays can be incredibly stressful, but there are few things better than gathering around to take in a great film on Christmas Eve and/or Christmas Day. Whether you’ve got a belly full of delightful treats or an adult beverage in hand, sitting back with the people you love most to share in the experience of watching a great film is a swell way to de-stress. Which is why we here at Collider have compiled a list of the best films to watch on Christmas. Whether you’re looking for something family-friendly or a more non-… »

- Collider Staff

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Full ‘Altered Carbon’ Teaser Trailer Reveals Netflix’s Murder Mystery Sci-Fi Series

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After showcasing a premiere date announcement teaser last week, the full teaser trailer for the upcoming Netflix series Altered Carbon has been released online. Based on the cyberpunk noir novel of the same name by Richard K. Morgan, the sci-fi series takes place 300 years in the future, in a world where humans’ consciousness can be transferred into new bodies, allowing them to live for hundreds of years. But when James Purefoy’s incredibly wealthy Laurens Bancroft is murdered, he hires an interstellar warrior to solve the case. Joel Kinnaman, of The Killing and RoboCop fame, plays that warrior, … »

- Adam Chitwood

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15 Things We Learned About ‘The New Mutants’ from the Ccxp Panel in Brazil

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While attending the Fox panel at this year’s Ccxp (Comic-Con Experience) in Sao Paulo, Brazil, The New Mutants director Josh Boone, Alice Braga (Dr. Cecilia Reyes), writer Knate Lee, Henry Zaga (Sunspot), and artist Bill Sienkiewicz shared some new information about the much-anticipated movie during their Q&A with Erico Borgo from Omelete. As you’ve now seen in the great-looking first trailer, New Mutants is a completely different kind of X-Men movie, and it’s certainly following the path Fox set up with Deadpool and Logan in that it breaks the mold. But … »

- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub

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‘Outlander’ Season 3: A Rushed Finale Strands Claire and Jamie in a New World

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As someone who has not read Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander books (I’m a TV watcher only with this one), Season 3 as a whole was mostly an engrossing one. Though it was a struggle to have Jamie and Claire separated for so long, it made it all the more powerful when they were reunited. Jamie’s solo story worked a little better than Claire’s, since it was full of (mostly) Scottish stories, but Claire’s deeply emotional narrative was important to show why she and Jamie are meant to be together, and also allowed us to see Brianna … »

- Allison Keene

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Alicia Vikander Gives a Stare-Down in New ‘Tomb Raider’ Poster

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Warner Bros. and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures have released a new poster for the upcoming Tomb Raider movie, and while it may be simple, it gets the point across: don’t mess with Alicia Vikander’s Lara Croft. The Oscar-winning Danish Girl actress leads the long-in-the-works video game adaptation as a 21-year-old bike courier in East London who refuses to follow in her father’s entrepreneurial footsteps. Croft leaves behind her old life and goes in search of her father’s last-known destination: a fabled tomb on a mythical island off the coast … »

- Adam Chitwood

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‘The Shape of Water’, ‘The Post’, & ‘Three Billboards’ Lead 2018 Golden Globe Nominations

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Nominations for the 75th Golden Globe Awards have been announced, and in keeping with this year's incredibly fluid race, the love was spread to a variety of films and performers. The Shape of Water came away with the most nominations with seven in total, including Best Picture, Director, Actress, Supporting Actress, and Supporting Actor. But it was followed close behind by Steven Spielberg's timely The Post and the divisive Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, both of which nabbed six nominations in total. In terms of surprises, Ridley Scott's All the Money in the World—which famously went … »

- Adam Chitwood

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Atlanta Film Critics Circle Names ‘Get Out’ as Best Picture of 2017

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Last night, the Atlanta Film Critics Circle (Afcc) announced their selection for the year’s top films, performers, and more. As a member of the group, which was founded this year, I was incredibly proud to be among my peers and discuss our selections. I definitely agree with the group’s choice for Best Picture, which was Get Out. Surprisingly, the group also showed a lot of love towards Dunkirk, and while I can’t really argue, that film hasn’t really stayed with me in the way that others have this year (I do have a bone to pick … »

- Matt Goldberg

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