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‘Star Wars’:The Most Terrifying Thing About Darth Vader

Star Wars, Lucasfilm

There are many terrifying things about Darth Vader. I could go into detail about his intimidating appearance and voice, or about how he slaughtered the halflings without a second though. I could also cite how he tore through the Rebels aboard Leia's ship, or killed numerous Sandpeople. All of these things

James Cameron Says ‘Terminator 6’ Will Ignore the Last Few Films in the Franchise

Terminator Genisys, Skydance Pictures

James Cameron took a minute to talk about Terminator 6 in the wake of the official release date by Paramount Pictures. With a writers room assembling of superstar scribes, James Cameron spills a few details about the new direction of the franchise and what we could expect. In a recent interview with THR Cameron

First Trailer for Alex Garland’s ‘Annihilation’ is a New Kind of Alien Horror Story

Annihilation, Paramount Pictures

The first trailer for Annihilation, Alex Garland's follow-up to 2014s Ex Machina. The film looks dreamy and interesting. Paramount Pictures unveiled the first image from the film yesterday. Today brings the first trailer for the film, starring Natalie Portman entering an alien wasteland without fear. Check out the trailer below: https://youtu.be/ufaDurSCKOk Based on Jeff

Watch the Official Prequel Anime to ‘Blade Runner 2049’ from the Director of ‘Cowboy Bebop’

Blade Runner: Black Out 2022, CrunchyRoll

If you are anxiously waiting the release of Blade Runner 2049, then you are not alone. It is easily one of the most-anticipated films of the year. Will the sequel stand up to the arguably greatest cult film of all-time? Before all of those answers come, you can fill in the

‘Kingsman 2’ Director Pissed that the Trailers Spoiled Colin Firth’s Return

Kingsman: The Secret Service, Twentieth Century Fox

One recent trend in Hollywood is beginning to piss off a lot of directors, trailers revealing really big twists in films. Directors may be in the drivers seat when creating the film, but when it comes to marketing, they have little to no say.With Suicide Squad, you saw how a trailers'

Warner Bros. Responds to ‘Riverdale’ Car Crash

Riverdale, CW Network

Yesterday, Riverdale leading man K.J. Apa got into a car accident after leaving the set of the show in the wake of an extended shoot. The 20-year-old actor fell asleep at the wheel, subsequently totaling his vehicle. Warner Bros. Pictures released a statement today talking about the accident, and the changes

First Details from Long-Rumored ‘X-Men: Gambit’ Movie

X-Men's Gambit, Marvel Comics

The first details are starting to emerge from he long-rumored X-Men: Gambit movie. The film's spent the better part of the last decade stuck in pre-production, with many writers trying to tackle the property. The previously cast Channing Tatum is still on-board with Gambit. Are these story details the first signs of life

And the 2017 Emmy Award Winners Are…

2017 Emmy Awards

The 2017 Emmy Awards happened at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles over the weekend. Hosted by Stephen Colbert, the ceremony had a hint of life this year. A lot of that has to do with Colbert's performance, which was full of great moments. His opening musical number was classic,

Looking to Land a Marvel Role? ‘Avengers 4’ May Need You!

Marvel, Marvel Studios

Have you ever wanted to be in a Marvel movie? Well this might be your chance. Marvel is looking for extras to be in a flashback in Avengers 4. It is not a starring role, but this could still be your chance. According to a recent Marvel casting call, Avengers 4 needs to

First Clips from ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Emerge Ahead of Streaming Launch

Star Trek: Discovery, CBS/ Netflix

Star Trek: Discovery has seen all sorts of behind-the-scenes issues from delays to rumors, but finally the CBS All-Access & Netflix show will hit the streaming services in two weeks. Good things are worth the wait, but it is nice to know that the wait is over. Two clips from the

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