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Joseph Kosinski is your frontrunner to direct Top Gun 2 starring Tom Cruise

Oh man, suddenly I have the urge to play some shirtless volleyball, fly a jet, and maybe make a playful biting gesture at one of my closest friends. Why would I want to do any of those things, you ask? Well, maybe it's because Tom Cruise has announced that he's gearing up for a return to the Danger Zone  with TOP GUN 2, and director Joseph Kosinski may very...
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05.24.2017
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Tom Cruise says he'll start filming the Top Gun sequel in the next year

It's been over thirty years since TOP GUN blasted into theaters, but it seems that fans are still feeling that need for speed. Talk of a sequel to the Tony Scott film has persisted for some time, with producer Jerry Bruckheimer saying that they've " been trying to make a sequel and we're not going to stop ... what Tom tells me is that no matter where he goes in the...
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05.23.2017
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Why It Works: Blue Velvet

Why It Works is an ongoing column which breaks down some of the most acclaimed films in history and explores what makes them so iconic, groundbreaking, and memorable. ****SPOILERS AHEAD**** Well, the bad news is it looks like David Lynch won't be making any more films, as he stated in a recent interview that 2006's INLAND EMPIRE was almost assuredly his...
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05.12.2017
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Why It Works: Aliens

Why It Works is an ongoing column which breaks down some of the most acclaimed films in history and explores what makes them so iconic, groundbreaking, and memorable. ****SPOILERS AHEAD**** With ALIEN: COVENANT less than a month away, the fact that we recently had to wish a far too early game over to Bill Paxton , and the misfits-in-space sequel GUARDIANS OF THE...
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04.28.2017
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Cool Videos: Sigourney Weaver returns as Ripley on Stephen Colbert

Sigourney Weaver as Ellen Ripley in the ALIEN movies proved that women can carry a gun, blast some fools away, and swear like a champ just as well as the men – if not better. She remains one of the most legendary heroes in all of cinema, and with the prospect of more ALIEN movie on the horizon the notion of her return has been on the tip of everyone’s brain bubbles....
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04.26.2017
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Fede Alvarez to helm a spin-off of Jim Henson's fantasy classic Labyrinth

This is it, folks, it's finally happening! It's been announced today that Tristar Pictures has requested that director Fede Alvarez pick up the pieces in creating a long-awaited follow-up to Jim Henson 's 1986 fantasy classic LABYRINTH. From what I've gathered, Alvarez will once again team with THE GIRL IN THE SPIDER'S WEB scribe Jay Basu on the...
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04.13.2017
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J.D. Dillard on what he hopes to bring to the remake of The Fly

Rumblings of a remake of THE FLY has popped up every so often for quite some time, but just last month the project seemed to move forward with the report that J.D. Dillard , who made his feature directorial debut with SLEIGHT, was currently in negotiations to co-write and direct THE FLY. Dillard would tackle the script with writing partner Alex Theurer for Twentieth Century Fox, and...
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04.05.2017
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Cool Videos: Domino's recreates the Ferris Bueller chase scene

Commercials are becoming more elaborate over the years and some companies will go to great lengths to ignite that nostalgia within you. Case in point, we have the latest commercial for Domino's that features a recreation of the chase scene from FERRIS BUELLER'S DAY OFF. You might recognize the lead actor, Joe Keery, from Stranger Things. Domino's has pulled off a nearly...
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03.20.2017
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Sleight director J.D. Dillard in talks to write & direct a remake of The Fly

David Cronenberg 's THE FLY is highly regarded as one of the best horror films of the 1980's, it also holds the distinction of being one of the few remakes out there to equal, or even surpass, the original. Cronenberg's film was a remake of the 1958 film of the same name starring Vincent Price , which itself was adapted from a short story by George Langelaan. There have...
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03.14.2017
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The Good, The Bad & The Badass: Bill Paxton

Bill Paxton While the flub heard around the world dominated headlines the morning after Oscar Sunday, earlier that day the news broke that Bill Paxton , one of Hollywood’s most beloved character actors, had passed away. At only sixty-one, this was unexpected, as there hadn’t been any rumors of ill health. In fact, Paxton was particularly prolific over the...
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03.06.2017
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Bill Paxton of Aliens, Twister, Big Love and more has died at 61

Well, this is just horrible news to wake up to. Bill Paxton , considered a legend for his countless memorable roles in such films as ALIENS, TOMBSTONE, TWISTER, WEIRD SCIENCE, APOLLO 13, THE TERMINATOR, FRAILTY, EDGE OF TOMORROW (and tons of others), as well as his TV work on Hatfields & McCoys, Big Love, and most recently of Training Day, has died at the age of 61 due to surgery...
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02.26.2017
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Chad Stahelski wants to explore an entire world of Immortals in Highlander

Lionsgate had been attempting to get a reboot of HIGHLANDER off the ground for nearly a decade before JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 2 director Chad Stahelski agreed to take the helm , and it seems that Stahelski has some ambitious plans for the rebooted franchise, which thankfully don't involve Immortals from outer space. The first sequel to the original HIGHLANDER somewhat famously...
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02.09.2017
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