New DVD and Blu-ray Picks for June 10 - 16

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This week’s new releases include one of the better films from earlier this year, one of the most disappointing, and some of the most talked about television so far, while the classics include some great Criterion releases, and some classic Spike Lee films.

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Box Office Roundup: 'Fault in Our Stars' Topples 'Tomorrow'

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Edge of Tomorrow had everything going for it... except an ad campaign that could reveal the idea in a way that got audiences excited about it. The Fault in Our Stars had everything going against it... except that's a total lie, it was primed to...

Matthew McConaughey 'Open' To Return To 'True Detective'

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Back in March, Matthew McConaughey made it very clear that he would not be returning for another season of True Detective. He signed up for eight episodes, and that was it. Done. But now that he's had some time to think it over, the actor has come out to say that he'd actually...

DVD and Blu-ray Picks for June 3 - 9

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For those who were waiting for home video to watch the remake of RoboCop, your time has come! It, the complete series of Breaking Bad and new 4K masters of the classic Clint Eastwood spaghetti westerns are the most attention-getting of this week’s new releases.

'Transformers: Age of Extinction' Previews Three New TV Spots

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This has been a strange summer movie-wise, as we've seen a number of films open big and then struggle -- it's like word of mouth is a thing of the past. So far, nothing has really held the public's interest after the opening weekend. So will Michael Bay's Transformers: Age of...

Oliver Stone to Direct Edward Snowden Film

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Political thrillers are a tricky business as over the last ten years we haven't seen many work. Sure, some of the best films of all time have dealt with the government and its machinations (like The Manchurian Candidate or All the President's...

'Ant-Man': Nope, Adam McKay Won't Be Directing It After All

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After Edgar Wright’s abrupt exit two weeks ago from the production of Marvel’s Ant-Man—apparently due to some heavily rumored Disney meddling—we reported to you last week that three comedic directors were on the shortlist to replace Wright: Ruben Fleischer...