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Joe Carnahan's 'Stretch' Gets Cast Adrift by Universal

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Joe Carnahan came out of indie cinema, and his first film Blood, Guts, Bullets and Octane was done for a little over seven grand. So Stretch -- which stars Patrick Wilson, Chris Pine and Ed Helms -- was a return to the low budget filmmaking he emerged from. Universal had the film, but now they've decided to drop it as they don't want to pay...

'Insidious Chapter 3' is a Go!

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This weekend Insidious Chapter 2 opened to over $40 Million, which meant by Monday morning not only was the film profitable but it was all but assured that there would be a new chapter. So it's no surprise that today the third film is a go, with screenwriter Leigh Whannell attached to pen the new sequel.

Insidious Chapter 2: Movie Review

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Blumhouse's horror dream team, James Wan and writer Leigh Whannell bring us the next installment of the Insidious franchise which picks up with the events following the original's jarring ending. In the aftermath of Elise Rainer's (Lin Shaye) death, the Lamberts find themselves amidst an investigation. Head of the family Josh (Patrick Wilson) becomes the...

The Conjuring: Movie Review

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James Wan's The Conjuring may seem like your typical haunted house movie, but in reality, it's so much more than that. Based on the true story of famed ghost-hunters Ed and Lorraine Warren (who are best known for their connection to the Amityville "Horror" case that occurred in the mid-70's), this period horror film focuses on one of their early cases in which a hateful spirit...

'The Conjuring' Trailer: The Insidious And Awakening Haunting Of Paranormal...

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Just in case you didn’t get enough fairly efficient and moderately-priced thrills from such fare as The Amityville Horror remake, Paranormal Activity, Paranormal Activity 2, Paranormal Activity 3, Paranormal Activity 4, The Haunting in Connecticut, The Haunting in Connecticut 2, Insidious, Insidious: Chapter 2, The Awakening, Grave Encounters, The...

'Insidious 2' Trailer: It's not the House That's Haunted. Again.

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When Insidious came out in 2010, it was a surprise hit, which meant that director James Wan and writer Leigh Whannell were brought back for more with this fall's Insidious 2. But it seems unlikely that this will spawn a trilogy as Wan has been recruited to helm Fast and Furious 7, and so this may be his last hurrah...

'The Conjuring' Delivers a Second Spooktacular Trailer

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The first trailer for The Conjuring told the story from the perspective of the family, while the second and newest trailer tells it from the side of the paranormal investigators. That's a neat trick for James Wan's film as you don't get too much overlapping footage between them. But one thing you definitely get from both? Jump scares.

'The Conjuring' Trailer: Lili Taylor Faces Spirits

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Horror films seem to go in cycles. We've had ironic thrillers, torture porn, found footage, and more, but the classics never go out of style. And James Wan's The Conjuring looks to be a classic haunted house-style film. It stars Lili Taylor, Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga and Ron Livingston, and now there's a trailer for this summer thriller.

Girls: One Man's Trash: Episode 5 Season 2 – TV Review

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At one point during last night's Girls, Hannah Horvath said, mid-makeout, "I am so confused." That's exactly what "One Man's Trash" was--confusing. Once again, Lena Dunham focused on her character and ignored the rest of the marvelous cast. Patrick Wilson guest starred as Hannah's latest love interest, but even he couldn't keep us from missing Shoshanna's quirk.

'Insidious' Sequel: Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne Will Reprise Their Roles

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Earlier this year, it was announced that Insidious would be getting a sequel. This came as a surprise to no one – the horror film raked in $100 million worldwide on a budget of $1.5 million. It also helped that the film was actually scary (the good reviews were also plus). It's already been confirmed that director James Wan and screenwriter Leigh...

Charlize Theron in Young Adult Trailer

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Charlize Theron stars in Jason Reitman's Young Adult. She plays a successful author who returns home looking to get back together with what she sees as the love of her life (Patrick Wilson), but he's not only married - his wife just had a baby. As Marvin Gaye once sang "ain't no mountain high enough to keep me from getting to you." There's a trailer for the film now,...

James Marsden and Patrick Wilson Join Loft

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Two actors with sparkling eyes and killer smiles are teaming up for a new film called Loft. According to Variety, James Marsden and Patrick Wilson have signed on to star in the thriller together. Brace yourself, it's a remake, but a remake of Belgian film from 2008, so it's hacky but not too hacky (if that makes sense).

Morning Glory: Movie Review

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This week you can expect a pleasant surprise when you stumble across Roger Michell's latest film, Morning Glory. While maneuvering your way through alien invasion flicks and movies about runaway freight trains, Morning Glory is a hilarious alternative with great performances and a sharp screenplay. Check out our review...

Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne in Insidious Movie Clip

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Over at Yahoo Movies, they've released the first clip from the indie horror film Insidious. It's directed by James Wan and stars Rose Byrne and Patrick Wilson. Last spring we had the opportunity to speak to Byrne about the film while she was out promoting Get Him to the Greek. She described the project as "really cool and...

The Switch: Movie Review

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This weekend the semen comedy of the year, The Switch starring the easy-going Jennifer Aniston and "baby-faced-man-boy" Jason Bateman hits theaters. It's a bit of the twist on the usual love story it's ultimately, just another funny enough, easy to watch, rom-com. Luckily it does have a few qualities that will make your time in the theater worthwhile (provided you...

The A-Team: Movie Review

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I love it when an action film comes together! Despite the fact that this movie continually reminded me of Team America, it's a solid piece of entertainment. With all the explosions, flying tanks, witty lines and references you're hoping for, it's pure cheesy fun. Out of all the action movies that we've had this summer, this is the first that is pure entertainment from...

Morning Glory Trailer With Harrison Ford, Rachel McAdams

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It's been a while since we've seen a big screen workplace comedy that actually made us laugh and director Roger Mitchell's new film, Morning Glory might put an end to that drought. Not only does it look funny but it has an amazing cast including Harrison Ford, Diane Keaton, Jeff Goldblum, Rachel McAdams, Patrick Wilson, and the awesome Ty Burrell from...

The A-Team New Trailer and Poster

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A new theatrical trailer has been released for this summer's big screen adaptation of The A-Team. The film is based on the cult TV show of the same name and features a cast led by veteran actor, Liam Neeson. The more we see from the film the more I'm convince that it will be awesome, campy fun. Plus there's explosions galore and isn't that what The A-Team's...

Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman's The Switch Trailer

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The first trailer has been released for Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman's latest film entitled The Switch. The movie was originally called The Baster but the name was changed for reasons we'll explain below. The project appears to be another wonky, romantic comedy that the actress can add to her growing resume. See for yourself...

Liv Tyler And Patrick Wilson Join The Ledge

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Liv Tyler and Patrick Wilson have both joined the upcoming suspense film, The Ledge. The movie already has Terrence Howard and Charlie Hunnam on board as the leads, and the latest actors will both appear in supporting roles. Production on the film already began shooting on Monday, so Tyler and Wilson are a bit late, but they're still in the game.