Box Office: Take a Break, Quirky Johnny Depp


Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper continued its domination this weekend taking in another impressive total; $64.4 million (only a 27.9% drop) this weekend for a total of $200.1 million domestically, making it the second highest grossing war movie in history. It should catch up to Saving Private Ryan’s $216 million by next week. Jenny from the

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Weekend Preview: Another Fatal Attraction


Check out what’s playing this weekend and decide what you’re going to see. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook because my mom says they’re cool. The Boy Next Door Notable: IMDb says the film was shot with a budget of $4 million, and in 25 days. This clichéd mess isn’t going to be worth the

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Finally, a Trailer for Season Three of HANNIBAL

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I think it’s safe to say that the return of Hannibal is my most anticipated TV moment of 2015, but unfortunately that return won’t come as soon as we hoped.  However we do get this spanking new trailer to tide us over until Hannibal returns this Summer. It’s beautiful, strange, and gruesome; business as usual

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Simon Pegg Co-Writing New Draft of STAR TREK 3


To bring you up to warp speed regarding the upcoming Star Trek sequel you should know that last month director Roberto Orci who departed the movie confirmed that the draft he wrote of Star Trek 3 would not be used. The movie now has two new writers, Simon Pegg (you’ve heard of him) and Doug

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David Duchovny Is Up For the Potential X-FILES Reboot


A few days ago we shared with you the news that there is a very real chance that The X-Files will be returning to our TV screens, and not as a reboot either; this would be the real deal starring David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson. Anderson is reportedly up for it, and now for the

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Watch the New International Trailer for IT FOLLOWS


One of the movies I’ve been waiting desperately to see is David Robert Mitchell‘s It Follows. It premiered last year at Cannes and is wrapping up its festival run at Sundance. Here’s the official synopsis: As 19-year-old Jay’s summer—spent hanging with friends, lounging in a backyard pool—nears an end, her unperturbed suburban existence is about to

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First Look at Leonardo DiCaprio in THE REVENANT


Alejandro González Iñárritu is currently riding high from the awards praise that his last effort, the critically acclaimed and Oscar nominated Birdman, received. Still, he manages to get right back to work on his next project, The Revenant. The 19th century revenge drama is currently shooting in Canada and stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, Will

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J.K. Simmons Will Host Saturday Night Live On January 31


The great J.K. Simmons will make his hosting debut on Saturday Night Live on January 31, NBC announced today. Simmons won a Globe Globe, Critics’ Choice Award and is nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his role as stern and troubled jazz instructor Terence Fletcher in Whiplash. I named Whiplash one of the

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Box Office: AMERICAN SNIPER Just Changed What January Means For Movies


Sniper is now the largest January opener of all time, more than doubling the previous record (Ride Along‘s $41 million last year). It had the second largest weekend ever for an R-rated film (behind The Matrix: Reloaded‘s $91.2 million). That’s pretty impressive. How did the movie pull it off? It even beat the opening weekend

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