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New 'Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes' TV Spot Shows Monkeys On Horses

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Summer is just around the corner, which means that we're edging that much closer to seeing Dawn of the Planet of the Apes in theaters. Twentieth Century Fox chucked out a new television spot today, showing how far the sudden evolution of these apes has gone in between this film and Rise of the Planet of the Apes.

'Terminator: Genesis': Jason Clarke In Talks To Star As John Connor

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So far, the upcoming Terminator sequel/ reboot has received a prospective title (Terminator: Genesis), two prospective Sarah Connors (Emilia Clarke or Brie Larson), a prospective return of franchise star (Arnold Schwarzenegger), and a confirmed director (Thor: The Dark World’s Alan Taylor).  And to go along with the rest...

White House Down: Movie Review

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It's summer and Independence Day is right around the corner. That means it's time for another Roland Emmerich blockbuster. This week, the director returns to theaters with White House Down. It's an action-fest that makes an unsuspecting Channing Tatum the sole protector of the President of the United States.

News Roundup: '6 Souls' Trailer, New 'Ender's Game' Photo, And More

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Julianne Moore and Jonathan Rhys Meyer's long-shelved horror pic 6 Souls is finally hitting theaters and VOD. The Weinstein Company waited five years to release it, and normally that's not a good sign. But the first trailer hit the web this week, and you can judge it for yourself. Also, a new Ender's Game photo was released – it gives us the first look at...

'Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes' Will Star Jason Clarke, Is Set 15 Years...

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Rise of the Planet of the Apes, despite being the sixth entry in the exhausted Planet of the Apes series (seventh if you count Tim Burton’s cross-eyed remake), and starring James Franco (who seems to be on a sub-‘Joaquin Phoenix in I’m Still Here’ journey to turn everything he does into annoying performance...

Interview: Mark Boal, Kathryn Bigelow, Jessica Chastain and Jason Clarke on...

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Zero Dark Thirty is finally going to be playing nationwide this weekend, which means audiences can finally decide for themselves if the film is pro or anti-torture. It’s worth checking out as it’s one of the best films of 2012, and we got a chance to talk with stars Jessica Chastain and Jason Clarke, director Kathryn Bigelow, and screenwriter Mark...

Zero Dark Thirty: Movie Review

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It's unfortunate that the debate about whether Kathryn Bigelow's Zero Dark Thirty is pro or anti-torture came to fore before the film went into wide release, as it may paint the film as something it's not. Regardless if the film is true or "true," the movie is done as a procedural, and though torture is shown, that's not what the film is about. Zero Dark...

Lawless: Movie Review

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The Road director John Hillcoat is tackling the Prohibition era in Lawless. With a cast of  breakouts and veterans, it's filled with eye-catching performances. Unfortunately, the film suffers from a few fundamental issues that take it from poignant to mediocre.