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Paul Verhoeven reveals what he thinks of the remake of Robocop

For a good decade, Dutch director Paul Verhoeven busted out a series of over the top and highly entertaining movies in America before heading back to the Netherlands. He's been missed, but remakes of his movies have kept those properties alive...somewhat. While promoting ELLE at the Toronto International Film Festival , Paul Verhoeven discussed several of those remakes with...
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Hugh Dancy joins Fifty Shades Darker as Christian Grey's psychiatrist

The cancellation of Hannibal still strings, but perhaps the recent news that Hugh Dancy will be joining the cast of FIFTY SHADES DARKER as Christian Grey's psychiatrist is merely the prelude to Dancy devouring the entire cast; likely not, but a man can dream. The commercially successful but critically panned FIFTY SHADES OF GREY introduced us to Christian Grey ( Jamie Dornan ), an...
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2016 Razzie winners announced; 50 Shades & Fantastic 4 tie for Worst Picture

The winners of the 36th annual Golden Raspberry Awards were announced on Saturday evening, and FIFTY SHADES OF GREY took home the most awards with 5 Razzie wins, including Worst Actor ( Jamie Dornan ), Worst Actress ( Dakota Johnson ) and Worst Screenplay ( Kelly Marcel ). Director Sam Taylor-Johnson 's critically panned adaptation of the E.L. James erotic romance novel also tied...
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Top 10 Most Gruesome Movie Deaths of All Time

Death is no laughing matter, unless a filmmaker wants it to be. Killing a character can either be a grave and serious moment or it could be absolutely insanely violent and over the top. Or, it could just be fricking hilarious. In the course of film history, death scenes have been one of the most lingering moments from numerous films. Here is our ranking of the ten most gruesome movie death...
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50 Shades of Grey, Pixels & others lead 2016 Razzie Award nominations

The nominations for the 36th annual Razzie Awards have been announced, and leading the pack are FIFTY SHADES OF GREY, PIXELS, JUPITER ASCENDING and PAUL BLART: MALL COP 2 with six nominations each. Josh Trank 's FANTASTIC FOUR is close behind with five Razzie nods, and all five films are nominated in the Worst Picture category. Eddie Redmayne and Julianne Moore may have won...
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Next Fifty Shades of Greys shooting back-to-back w/ James Foley at the helm

Given the delay the remaining two FIFTY SHADES OF GREY sequels had to endure as a new director and screenwriter were sought that met author E.L. James' approval, the plan now appears to be that FIFTY SHADES DARKER and FIFTY SHADES FREED will head into production for a back-to-back shoot that would allow Universal to hit February release dates for both 2017 and 2018. James Foley has...
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House of Cards' James Foley may direct Fifty Shades of Grey sequel

Universal may have finally found a director for its FIFTY SHADES OF GREY sequel. Deadline is reporting that James Foley has "emerged as the clear frontrunner" to helm FIFTY SHADES DARKER, and while there's speculation he may also direct the final installment, FIFTY SHADES FREED, "that is still yet to be worked out on whether the studio goes for a...
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Review: A Little Chaos

PLOT: A romance between two landscape artists working on a garden in King Louis XIV’s palace brings friction to the inhabitants of Versailles. REVIEW: There is very little chaos in Alan Rickman ’s mannered and occasionally luminous feature A LITTLE CHAOS. There is beauty here that is for certain, and much of that comes from the dazzling Kate Winslet as Sabine De...
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Exclusive Interviews: Kate Winslet and Alan Rickman talk A Little Chaos

17 years after making his directorial debut, Alan Rickman returns to the director's chair with A LITTLE CHAOS, a period piece centering around the building of one of Louis XIV's gardens at his palace in Versailles. Rickman himself plays the stuffy King, while Kate Winslet plays the (invented) character of Sabine De Barra, a simple landscaper tasked with impressing the King...
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Fifty Shades of Grey screenwriter can't bring herself to watch the film

FIFTY SHADES OF GREY has made over $500 million worldwide which obviously adds up to a lot of eyeballs that have viewed the erotic thriller; however one pair is missing, those of screenwriter Kelly Marcel . The writer joined Bret Easton Ellis on his podcast earlier this week where she revealed that she has yet to have watched her own movie. Much of the news which has trickled...
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A Fifty Shades of Grey spoof is on the way courtesy of Marlon Wayans

There were plenty of unintentionally funny moments in FIFTY SHADES OF GREY and now we're getting the chance to have an intentional chuckle at the film thanks to Marlon Wayans . That's right folks, a FIFTY SHADES OF GREY spoof is on the way; IM Global will join forces with with Marlon Wayans and Rick Alvarez for the spoof comedy FIFTY SHADES OF BLACK. Marlon Wayans...
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E.L. James' husband to pen Fifty Shades of Grey sequel

Instead of a sequel to FIFTY SHADES OF GREY, can we just get a film chronicling all the behind-the-scenes drama instead? I have a feeling that would make for a much more entertaining movie. FIFTY SHADES OF GREY director Sam Taylor-Johnson decided not to return to the directors chair for FIFTY SHADES DARKER and, while she was diplomatic in her official statement, many suspect the...
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