'Friday the 13th' Returns to Television with Jason Voorhees in Tow

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Recently, we heard that Paramount was close to setting a director for their Friday the 13th reboot, but it seems that Jason will not only terrorize the big screen, but the small screen as well. Sean S. Cunningham, director of the first film, and Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films and Crystal Lake Entertainment are looking to bring the film's characters and locations to a...

'Frozen 2' Not on Disney's Plate at the Moment, Maybe They'll Let it Go?

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Frozen, which won two Oscars and has been a huge hit on home video, is still in theaters and should cross the $400 Million mark this weekend. It also recently became the sixth highest grossing film ever worldwide, and is the third most successful animated film domestically. In any other situation, that would mean a sequel would be in development and ready to go. But...

'Barbie' to Get Feature Film, Because Branding is Hollywood's God Now

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Inherently there is nothing wrong with the prospect of a Barbie movie, a film that Sony (who'll be producing it with Mattel) is looking to get going later this year. Theoretically at least. That Sony is looking to turn it into a franchise makes it seem like the latest in a long line of terrible ideas from Hollywood where branding trumps content.

'Jurassic World' Gets New Pics, Animatronic Dinos, And Possibly Several...

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Hey gang, want some news that completely, totally not a surprise at all?  It appears that Jurassic World, the fourth film the Jurassic Park franchise and the first film to focus on all-new characters in an attempt to re-start (not quite reboot) the series, might be the first of many new Jurassic Park films.  Gasp!  So Jurassic World might...

'The Avengers: Age Of Ultron': Mark Ruffalo And Robert Downey Jr. Tweet...

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Seeing as how we’re not likely to see a single bit of footage from The Avengers: Age of Ultron until much later this year, we’ve got to sustain ourselves on the little crumbs that fall off of the production’s table.  Case in point: today’s behind-the-scenes pictures from the set, taken by Mark Ruffalo and Robert Downey Jr.

'Captain America 3,' 'Batman Vs. Superman' Clash Update: Cap May Blink

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When Batman Vs. Superman (or whatever it's eventually called) moved to May 6, 2016, it was trampling on a date called by Marvel, who then announced that they weren't going to move, and then revealed the film going against Batman and Superman would be Captain America 3. Now that Captain America: The Winter Soldier has...

'Star Trek 3' News: Roberto Orci Wants to Direct as He and Alex Kurtzman...

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Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman have been the screenwriters on many of the biggest films of the last decade, with Transformers and its first sequel, and the J.J. Abrams-led Star Trek series among their hits. Now their partnership is ending, as Kurtzman has signed on to direct a Venom movie, while Orci wants to helm...

'Star Wars: Episode VII': Disney's Alan Horn Gives Updates On Release Date...

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If there's anyone who truly knows what's happening with Star Wars: Episode VII it's Alan Horn. As the Walt Disney Studios Chairman, Horn knows everything about some of the most popular film franchises in the world, including the upcoming Star Wars movie. Earlier on Tuesday, Horn was at Tribeca Film Festival talking about said sci-fi epic, and he revealed that...

'The Goonies 2' Coming Thanks to Steven Spielberg... Maybe

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Growing up, I ate a lot of crappy candy. I specifically liked Mambas, which were like the chewier version of Skittles. I think many are drawn to fetishizing candy as kids because sugar gets you high, and good parents make said candies a treat/rarity. As I got older, I stopped buying junky, sugary candies because my palette changed, and I realized they were kind of terrible. Speaking about...

'How to Train Your Dragon 2' Shows Off its First Five Minutes

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With no Pixar films around this year (strange, isn't it), the biggest animated film of the summer is easily How to Train Your Dragon 2. The much anticipated sequel to the surprise hit of 2010, Dragon 2 is approaching the runway for takeoff as it comes out in a little over six weeks. Now the film has released its first five minutes online, and...

'X-Men: Apocalypse': Patrick Stewart Hints He Will Return, So Let's Stretch...

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One of the most reliable constants in the X-Men film franchise has been Patrick Stewart’s portrayal of Professor Charles Xavier—intelligent, honorable, noble, kindhearted Professor X.  He even help to make X-Men: The Last Stand bearable (well, parts of it, anyway).  And so it came as no surprised that when Fox decided...

Joss Whedon Will Let You Watch 'In Your Eyes' For $5

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Joss Whedon pulled a Beyonce last night and surprised the internet by releasing a feature-length film online. The film, titled In Your Eyes, premiered Sunday at Tribeca Film Festival. After the screening, Whedon announced that the film would immediately be available online to download for $5.

'The Hateful Eight': Quentin Tarantino May Direct It After All

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You may recall that, back in January, news broke concerning Quentin Tarantino’s next film project.  Called The Hateful Eight, the film was rumored to star Tim Roth and Bruce Dern, and was said to be a Western that—like Kill Bill Vol. 2, Inglourious Basterds, and Django...

News Roundup: First Trailer For 'If I Stay,' David Fincher Won't Direct...

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The latest YA adaptation is If I Stay, starring Chloe Moretz as a 17-year-old girl battling for her life. We'll spare the details just in case you haven't read the book. Also, sources are reporting that David Fincher has exited the Steve Jobs biopic because Sony won't meet his expectations. More details on that below. We also have posters for...

'Maleficent' Featurette sells the "Reimagining"

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One of the biggest question marks this summer is Maleficent, which stars Angelina Jolie, Elle Fanning and Sharlto Copley, as it seems like a Vanity Fair pictorial come to life. Then again, Disney (who's releasing this one) had great success with Alice in Wonderland, so it's possible this could be a surprise hit when it opens next month. Now...

'Orange Is The New Black' Season 2 Trailer: 'This Is, Like, Next-Level...

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The first trailer for Netflix's highly-acclaimed series Orange Is The New Black has arrived and it is absolutely crazy, in an amazing kind-of-way. The new season will bring back all of our favorite characters, like Tastee, Crazy Eyes and Red, and the clip even shows us a glimpse of Alex (though it's been reported that she'll only appear in a few episodes).