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'Breaking Bad's' Bryan Cranston Steals the Show in 'Trumbo'

By stephanie-cieplinski | Sep 23, 2015 08:56 PM EDT

Bryan Cranston

Bryan Cranston's first film following the end of 'Breaking Bad' is the lead in Jay Roach's upcoming film 'Trumbo,' which also seems like it might get some attention around Oscar season. Read More »

Tom Hanks Stars in Steven Spielberg's Dramatic Thriller 'Bridge of Spies'

By stephanie-cieplinski | Sep 19, 2015 01:19 PM EDT

Tom Hanks

"Bridge of Spies" is the first collaboration between Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg in 11 years! It seems like the two were happy to be working together again and on a Joel and Ethan Coen script no less. The story was originally scripted by Matt Charman and is also Spielberg's first time directing since Lincoln (starring Matthew McConaughey) back in 2011. Read More »

Cover Girl Releases a 'Star Wars' Line of Their Make-Up 'Force Awakens'

By stephanie-cieplinski | Sep 19, 2015 01:07 PM EDT

Katy Perry

May the Force be with you...especially on your face. In addition to toys and memorialbilia this time around with the Star Wars franchise, Cover Girl has released a line of make-up celebrating the new film due out in December. Read More »

'Thor' & 'Avengers' Star, Tom Hiddleston, Transforms in 'I Saw the Light'

By stephanie-cieplinski | Sep 17, 2015 07:43 PM EDT

Tom Hiddleston

"Thor" star Tom Hiddleston is finding his way into a much different role than we are all used to seeing him in, playing legendary country artist Hank Williams in his upcoming film, "I Saw the Light." Read More »

Disney To Make New 'Mary Poppins' Movie With 'Into the Woods' Rob Marshall

By stephanie-cieplinski | Sep 16, 2015 09:40 AM EDT

2005 Tournament Of Roses Grand Marshall Announcement

Disney is cranking out even more interesting ideas from its vault and has decided to pick up on a new storyline with the very loveable singing British nanny Mary Poppins. It will be a live-action musical and "the studio is bringing back Into the Woods director Rob Marshall and producers John DeLuca and Marc Platt, who successfully shepherded Stephen Sondheim's Broadway tuner to the big screen for Disney last year," Entertainment Weekly says. The NY Times does reveal that Disney is merely in the early stages of the project and hasn't even started casting the iconic character of Ms. Poppins, a role that she will most-likely have to live up to the incredible talent of Julie Andrews, who starred in the original 1964 film. Read More »

Emily Blunt Talks 'Sicario' Movie Plot Details Before October 2015 Release Date

By stephanie-cieplinski | Sep 16, 2015 09:32 AM EDT

Emily Blunt

Emily Blunt will dazzle us again in Sicario, where she plays "an idealistic FBI agent [who] is enlisted by an elected government task force to aid in the escalating war against drugs at the border area between the U.S. and Mexico," IMDB reports. With an impending October 2, 2015 release date, Blunt talks about her character and why she even chose the role in the first place. Find out some more plot details about this movie and watch a trailer below. Read More »

Neil Patrick Harris' New NBC Variety Show 'Best Time Ever' is for YouTube Generation!

By stephanie-cieplinski | Sep 16, 2015 09:10 AM EDT

Neil Patrick Harris

How I Met Your Mother and Gone Girl talented jack of all tradesman Neil Patrick Harris debuts in his new hit variety show, Best Time Ever, on NBC this month. The show airs every week, Tuesdays at 10 p.m. According to the new host, we can expect plenty of laughs, special celebrity guests and lots of sharable moments that cater to the YouTube generation. Read More »

'Halloween Returns' Director Marcus Dunstan Overhauls Slasher Films

By stephanie-cieplinski | Sep 15, 2015 12:00 PM EDT

Halloween Returns

Horror has become popular, especially making October release dates particularly savored. 'Halloween' fans might be in luck because Marcus Dunstan is completely overhauling the slasher film series with' Halloween Returns,' starting where the original John Carpenter 'Halloween II' left off (and Rob Zombie's remake 'Halloween 2') to replace the pre-existing storylines that came after them. 'Saw V' writer Dunstan, who also directed 'The Collector' and 'The Collection,' will direct the reboot and would be excited to do more Read More »

'Dark Knight''s Christopher Nolan Lines Up New Film With Warner Brothers

By stephanie-cieplinski | Sep 15, 2015 09:25 AM EDT

Christopher Nolan

Dark Knight and Interstellar director Christopher Nolan is at it again! His new, quite mysterious film that won't even be released until July 21st 2017, was announced and that Nolan would be working again with Warner Brothers. This is his next confirmed project we're talking about, not the rumors of his involvement with the live-action adaptation of Akira. Read More »

Joel Edgerton's 'The Gift' Has Elements of 'Rosemary's Baby' and 'Saw'

By stephanie-cieplinski | Sep 10, 2015 03:21 PM EDT

Atmosphere at STX Entertainment's 'The Gift' Los Angeles Premiere after party on July 30, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

Although this film is reworking the subgenre of the thriller film like Single White Female and Fatal Attraction did in the late 80s and early 90s. Joel Edgerton's The Gift does teach our couple and specifically Gordo (Edgerton) ends up teaching Simon (Jason Bateman) a very important lesson when it comes to bullying. The two childhood friends meet when Simon and his wife, Robyn (Rebecca Hall) move back to California after having a seemingly tough time (and miscarriage) back in Chicago where they are moving from. Read More »

Sandra Bullock, New Boyfriend Bryan Randall Double Date with Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux!

By stephanie-cieplinski | Sep 10, 2015 03:20 PM EDT

Actors Justin Theroux (L) and Jennifer Aniston attend the 87th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 22, 2015 in Hollywood, California.

As if it wouldn't be cute enough to spot newlyweds Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux out and about, but to see them out on a double date with Sandra Bullock and her new photographer boyfriend, Bryan Randall, is quite an awesome sight! Read More »

Out of Wes Craven's 25 Hit Films, What's Your Favorite Scary Movie?

By stephanie-cieplinski | Sep 09, 2015 09:13 AM EDT


Many horror movie fans were saddened by the death of Wes Craven this past week after he lost his battle with brain cancer. Fans and coworkers of Craven have just poured out their grief on social media and through articles and interviews. A topic of interest isn't just what Craven brought to the industry, but how can we as horror fans and Wes Craven fans honor him and his life's work? Many have taken to rank his films and to promote marathons of your favorites. Hitflix in particular is encouraging their writers and readers to pick their favorites and to watch all of them. "Wes Craven directed a total of 25 feature-length films over the course of his career. While not all of them were up to the level of Scream and A Nightmare on Elm Street...a bit of his personal stamp shone through in every movie he made." Read More »

Danny Boyle's Oscar Contending Film, 'Steve Jobs', Apple Exec Claims Entirely Accurate

By stephanie-cieplinski | Sep 08, 2015 09:46 AM EDT

Steve Jobs

Director Danny Boyle and actors Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet could be Oscar contenders this season for the film Steve Jobs that really does seem to tell the fascinatingly true story about the real life of "visionary Apple CEO Steve Jobs." The film is coming soon to theaters on October 9th and what's generating the most attention is that Steve Wozniak spoke about the film quite highly, claiming that the accuracy of the film and of how Fassbender plays his role is eerily close to Steve Job's real personality. Read More »

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