Film Review – SILENT HOUSE

In Silent House, the camera lens almost never veers off of its star Elizabeth Olsen, who gave a breakout performance in last year’s Martha Marcy May Marlene. It’s a commanding one woman hide-and- seek show here for Olsen, and you can cut the tension with a knife as the constantly roving camera follows her every waking action in an attempt ...

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FIRST LOOK: Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer as Tonto and The Lone Ranger

Via his Twitter page, uber producer Jerry Bruckheimer provided eager fans with the first look at Armie Hammer (Mirror, Mirror, The Social Network) and Johnny Depp saddled up as The Lone Ranger and Tonto. The Walt Disney Pictures production is finally moving forward after budget issues that saw the film’s price tag reportedly soar past $250 million. Pre-production was temporarily halted late ...

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Tim Burton’s ‘Frankenweenie’ To Be Released In IMAX 3D

IMAX and Walt Disney Studios have announced that Tim Burton’s 2012 take on Frankenweenie will be remastered for IMAX 3D to coincide with the RealD and 3D release on October 5th. Not to be directly confused with the 1984 original live action version starring Shelly Duvall and Daniel Stern, which happens to be one of my all-time favorite Tim Burton classics (and ...

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New ‘Prometheus’ Image Revealed & Full Trailer Debut Announced

With 92 days and counting left to theatrical release, 20th Century Fox unleashed an amazing new image from Prometheus, the upcoming prequel to the Alien series. Following last week’s debut of a clever incognito teaser video featuring Guy Pearce as Peter Weyland (owner of the company that sent Sigourney Weaver and company into space in 1979’s Alien & 1986’s Aliens), the new picture reveals ...

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George Lucas Remembers Visionary STAR WARS Artist, Ralph McQuarrie

The Star Wars community suffered a loss this weekend. Legendary artist, Ralph McQaurrie, passed away at the age of 82, which was announced last night on his website and StarWars.com. McQuarrie was responsible for countless early concept designs for characters, scenes, and creatures that defined the look and aesthetic of the galaxy seen in Star Wars: A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, ...

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INTERVIEW: Phil Morris Wanted To Go Full Martian For SMALLVILLE

Phil Morris is no stranger to sci-fi and genre fans. Throughout his career, the versatile actor has appeared in Knight Rider, Babylon 5, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, and numerous versions of Star Trek (TOS, The Search for Spock, Voyager, and Deep Space Nine). One of his more recent popular recurring roles was on The CW’s Smallville, playing Metropolis Homicide Detective ...

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FIRST LOOK: Five Minutes From ‘John Carter’

Yahoo! Movies has an exclusive five minute clip from Disney’s John Carter. Deadline reported that the film has been tracking poorly and that Disney is in line to take a huge loss on the film that reportedly cost upwards of $250 million. It certainly looks like an expensive movie. The FX here look solid, but you have to admit that this scene is ...

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Darth Maul Coming To STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS

Just because you get sliced in half by a Jedi Knight’s lightsaber and plummet down a power shaft on Naboo apparently doesn’t mean its the definitive end to a Sith Lord’s scourge of terror. That said, Darth Maul makes his long awaited first appearance on Cartoon Network’s Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and by all accounts it looks like the demon-esque villain ...

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James Bond ‘SKYFALL’ To Be Released In IMAX

Sony & IMAX announced today that the next James Bond film, Skyfall, will be the first in the franchise’s history to be digitally remastered for international and domestic release on IMAX screens. Daniel Craig returns as 007 in the 23rd James Bond film, this installment directed by Sam Mendes. Newcomers to the series Ralph Fiennes, Javier Bardem, and Ben Whishaw ...

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