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Domhnall Gleeson and Margot Robbie Raise Christopher Robin in First Look at ‘Winnie the Pooh’ Author Biopic

Winnie the Pooh has seen a number of iterations over the years, but now he’s getting his own biopic of sorts. More precisely, it follows author A.A. Milne (Domhnall Gleeson) and his wife Daphne (Margot Robbie) as they raise their son Christopher Robin (Will Tilston). Once titled Goodbye Christopher Robin and currently going by the […]


John Carpenter Returns to Sci-Fi in New Music Video, Isn’t a Big Fan of Rob Zombie

It’s been years since horror maestro John Carpenter picked up the pen or stepped behind the camera for a feature, but that doesn’t mean he’s been idle from work. To accompany his latest standalone album Lost Themes II, along with a current tour, a music video for Utopian Facade has been released. The penultimate song from the album, Facade is pure Carpenter, with thumping […]


‘Winter Sleep’ and ‘Once Upon a Time in Anatolia’ Director Nuri Bilge Ceylan Reveals Next Feature

Following up one of the best films of the decade so far, Once Upon a Time in Anatolia, Turkish director Nuri Bilge Ceylan picked up the Palme d’Or for his drama Winter Sleep. A few years later, he has returned for his next feature, which has been revealed today. Arte (via Cine Europa) reports that financing has […]


Keanu Reeves Gets a New Canine Companion in First Images From ‘John Wick: Chapter Two’

Outside of perhaps Kill Zone 2 and Blood Father, this year’s action offerings have been severely lacking. That’s thankfully about to change in early 2017 as Keanu Reeves returns with John Wick: Chapter Two, a sequel to his surprise hit back in 2014. Following the poster debut, the first images have now landed, which finds Wick alongside a new canine […]


Watch: Life Unfolds in Five Minutes from Terrence Malick’s ‘Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience’

With Terrence Malick‘s long-awaited Voyage of Time arriving in just over a week to IMAX screens, having seen it on that format, we wouldn’t recommend viewing any footage beforehand on your computer screens — or, dare I say, mobile device. However, if you’re on the fence about whether or not this 45-minute journey is worth […]


Viola Davis to Lead Steve McQueen’s Heist Thriller ‘Widows’

If you’ve emotionally recovered from Viola Davis‘ appearance in this morning’s debut trailer for Fences, we now have some major news for you. Following up his Oscar-winning 12 Years a Slave, Steve McQueen has been developing an adaptation of the crime drama Widows, based on the British television series. After we brought word that shooting would kick […]

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Tom Holland Has Bad News for Joel Kinnaman in Exclusive Clip From ‘Edge of Winter’

Following a father and his sons as they venture into the woods on a day trip that turns dangerous, one of the indie surprises of the summer was Rob Connolly‘s Edge of Winter, starring Joel Kinnaman and Tom Holland. We’re pleased to exclusively premiere a new clip from the drama ahead of its DVD release, which depicts […]


Take an Informative Journey Through ‘Voyage of Time’ With Educational Guide

Unless you were one of the select few to get tickets to see Terrence Malick present and discuss the Roberto Rossellini classic Journey to Italy in New Jersey next month, to help deal with crushing disappointment that you won’t see a rare appearance from the elusive director, we have the next best thing: an educational guide to […]


Martin Scorsese’s ‘Silence’ Set for December Release

After many rumors and even talk from the director himself, some were unsure that Martin Scorsese‘s Silence would make it to theaters by this calendar year. Thankfully, those fears can now be put to rest as we have the most promising news imaginable this awards season. Paramount has officially set a December 23 limited release for the […]


Olivier Assayas to Resurrect ‘Idol’s Eye’ Next, Says Kristen Stewart is This Generation’s Best Actress

It was nearly two years ago we got the disappointing news that production on Olivier Assayas’ Idol’s Eye, a crime drama starring Robert De Niro, Robert Pattinson, and Rachel Weisz, had been called off just moments before shooting was to begin in Toronto. In the meantime, Assayas went off to direct Kristen Stewart once again in the ghost drama Personal […]

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