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'True Detective' Season Finale Crashes HBO Go, Season 2 Will Involve U.S....

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Sunday night’s season finale for the excellent HBO anthology series True Detective proved to be far more shocking than fans expected—as many were unable to watch the damn thing for hours, as the overwhelming amount of users logging onto HBO Go (the streaming service that allows customers to watch HBO content on their phones, computers, and other streaming devices) crashed its...

'True Detective' Season 2 May Put The Spotlight On Two Women

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There's no denying that HBO did it again, blowing us away with their fantastical storytelling and grade-A actors in one of their latest shows, True Detective. Fans have been wondering like crazy as to who will play the next two detectives on the second season. Could they be female? Creator Nic Pizzolatto hinted that it might be so, which will be a refreshing...

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Movie Review

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There are a number of young adult novels that have tried their hardest to grab that cinematic spark that The Hunger Games has successfully captured, but very few are able to do so. Those bad ones? They're made to look like wedding videos in comparison to the release of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, a worthwhile sequel that contains more...

'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' Releases a Bunch of New Photos

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That's  Sam Claflin as Finnick Odair above, one of the new cast members to join the The Hunger Games phenomenon in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. The film has released a bunch of new pictures featuring Jennifer Lawrence's Katniss Everdeen, Liam Hemsworth's Gale Hawthorne and Josh Hutcherson's Peeta Mellark along with new and returning cast...

'Now You See Me' Made Tons Of Money And Is Now Getting The Obligatory...

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Now You See Me was a huge surprise this year—a sleeper flick directed by Louis Leterrier and starring Jesse Eisenberg, Isla Fisher, Woody Harrelson, and Dave Franco, the film tells the story of four magicians and illusionists who use their abilities for bank robbery.  The film cost $75 million to make, has currently made over $230...

Christian Bale Does a Southern Accent in the First 'Out of the Furnace'...

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British actors tend to like Southern accents because it blends in well with their native vocal patterns, but after Batman and over twenty five years of being on screen, it's funny to hear Christian Bale do a Southern working class accent in the trailer for Out of the Furnace. Here he plays a man out for revenge for what happened (or didn't) to his brother, played by...

Now You See Me: Movie Review

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There's nothing quite like a good heist movie, and if you can throw in a bit of sleigh-of-hand all the better. As a film, Now You See Me seems to know it's not supposed to be much more than a good time, and on that count it delivers. And it raises a perfectly valid question: Why aren't more professional magicians bank robbers?

'Hunger Games: Catching Fire': Even More Pictures Of Katniss And Her Shiny...

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Well, gang, seeing as how The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is set for a November 22, 2013 release date, you can pretty much expect a bevy of leaked images, news, and interviews from now until then as The Hunger Games frenzy begins to cook in the blood of the Young Adult market.  And so, following on the heels of yesterday’s first official pictures, comes even more images...

Reviewing Ebert's 'Greatest Films': A Prairie Home Companion (2006)

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Based on a public radio show of the same name, A Prairie Home Companion focuses on the last night of a show that ran for 30 years in Minnesota.  The characters aren't fully developed, but that their backgrounds are not fully revealed is quite fitting.  As is often is the case, what people say or do doesn't matter as much as how they make you feel.  A...

Colin Farrell and Sam Rockwell Lead the 'Seven Psychopaths' Trailer

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If you've been wondering why Hollywood showed a renewed interest in Colin Farrell recently, it's all because of his turn in Martin McDonagh’s 2008 film In Bruges. And if Fright Night and Total Recall disappointed, the good news is that Farrell is playing the lead in McDonagh's...

The Hunger Games: Movie Review

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When a book becomes a phenomenon, its film adaptation is all but assured. And though The Hunger Games didn't hit the ground running as a phenomenon, we're now at a point where the books are everywhere, and the film is looking at opening to over a hundred million. Thank goodness then that Gary Ross's adaptation for the big screen is good -...

'The Hunger Games' L.A. Premiere Ticket Winner Is Announced!

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Earlier this month, we announced that ScreenCrave would be taking part in a ticket giveaway to the Los Angeles premiere of The Hunger Games in March.  Fans were asked to craft an answer to the following question: who is your favorite character in the Hunger Games series, and why?  And, after sifting through the nearly 1,000 replies, we have a winner!

Friends with Benefits: Movie Review

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It seems the idea of relationship-free sex between two consenting and non-paying adults is too ripe a premise for just one movie. And Will Gluck's Friends with Benefits hits theaters six months after Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher tried the exact same thing in No Strings Attached. But for...

Woody Harrelson Not Sure About Zombieland Sequel

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If you thought everything was going great on the Zombieland 2 front you were wrong. The follow up to Ruben Fleischer's 2009 horror comedy has been in development for the past year, and everything seemed to be going according to plan, until now. Casting may become an issue. Originally, all of the stars from the first film were set to reprise their roles in the sequel...

Woody Harrelson, Ben Foster Reunite with Oren Moverman for Rampart

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The Messenger trio is at it again with Oren Moverman's latest feature Rampart. The director of the post-war drama that earned both Ben Foster and Woody Harrelson critical acclaim has once again enlisted their talents. According to Variety, they'll join the cast of his new film that also features Anne Heche, Sigourney Weaver, Robin Wright,...

First Photos: Demi Moore, Josh Hartnett, Woody Harrelson in Bunraku

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At first glance the title Bunraku might sound like the latest Japanese anime to hit the streets but it's not. It's a live action film from writer-director Guy Moshe that stars Josh Hartnett, Demi Moore, Woody Harrelson, and Ron Perlman. Bunraku is one of the many films that will be screened at this year's Toronto...

Ben Foster and Woody Harrelson Reunite With Oren Moverman

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Director Oren Moverman is reuniting his dream team of Woody Harrelson and Ben Foster from last year's The Messenger for writer James Ellroy's new project. Although Moverman was previously in talks to helm a biopic based on the life of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, he's moved on to Rampart, a cop drama based on a script by...

Defendor: Movie Review

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It's time for the little guy to stand up for what's right! This week in theaters Woody Harrelson appears on the big screen as Defendor, a guy willing to risk his own life, takeshis marbles and lime juice to the streets and attempt to defend the city from evil in the ultimate battles of Defendor vs. Captain Industry. Much like the lead character, this film has a lot of heart and...