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The king of modern franchises, J.J. Abrams, to step down from his throne

In the past I have read people referring to Dwayne “ The Rock ” Johnson as “franchise Viagra” given his impact on multiple series like FAST AND FURIOUS, JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH and G.I. JOE. Despite being a valid appropriation, I beg to disagree—which I’m sure is not something many people have said in front of Johnson. I would like to make...
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Before They Were Famous: Tom Cruise, Simon Pegg & Jeremy Renner

Welcome to “Before They Were Famous“, where we take a look at some of the past exploits of today's biggest stars, be it from movies, television, Broadway, competitions, etc.! The more embarrassing, the better. Our memories are long, but the internet's memory is forever, so jump back in time with us to witness some of our favorite stars before they were marquee...
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07.30.2015
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Exclusive: Movie CliffsNotes - Mission: Impossible

Truth be told, the first MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE confused the hell out of a lot of people when it first came out, but that didn't stop them from loving the shit out of it anyway. The plot goes from some crazy twists and turns, but eventually gets down to what we really want to see, which is Tom Cruise flying through the air with an exploding helicopter behind him. Really, that's...
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07.30.2015
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Exclusive Cool Video: Mission: Impossible Tribute Mash-Up!

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE ROGUE NATION opens this week and to get you all caught up and in the mood for some superspy action, we've compiled a kickass tribute to the franchise that covers the entire series; from Brian De Palma's 1996 MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE to John Woo's MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 2 to J.J. Abrams' MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 3 to Brad Bird's MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - GHOST...
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07.27.2015
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Face-Off: The Mission: Impossible Series vs. The Bourne Series

With SPY hitting theaters this weekend, we thought it might be fun to take a look at two of the biggest spy film franchises to emerge in the past twenty years. Both are four films in with a fifth in the works and have certainly had their ups and downs along the way. Mission: Impossible took a decade to finally find its footing, while the Bourne series started strong but took a step back when...
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06.01.2015
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Why I Love Movies - Chapter IX

Why do I love movies? Well, that is a loaded question. How much time do you have? I could go into a long-winded diatribe about the art of film-making or the magic of the movies, but all of that has been said countless times before. Not every movie is a masterpiece, but every film has touched me in one way or another. Every other week, we will look at a handful of reasons why movies...
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05.30.2014
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Movie Jail: This week's defendant is...Brian De Palma!

This is Movie Jail, a unique maximum security prison that houses some of the worst writers, directors, actors and producers from Hollywood and beyond. Their crimes? The offenses vary from convict to convict but most of these inmates have contributed negatively to the film world to some capacity and his or her misdeeds have covered a long enough period of time that the authorities had...
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09.16.2013
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Face-Off: J.J. Abrams vs. Joss Whedon

For last weeks Face-Off , we geared up for the release of The Great Gatsby by pitting Leonardo DiCaprio's villainous turn as Calvin Candie in Quentin's Django Unchained against another brainchild of Tarantino's in Hans Landa as portrayed by Christoph Waltz. The articles verdict and the general consensus from our readers is that while DiCaprio portrayed a great villain with Candie, Hans...
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05.16.2013
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Iron Man 3 screenwriter Drew Pearce to script Mission: Impossible 5

Screenwriter Drew Pearce is basking in the sweet glow of success with IRON MAN 3, which he wrote with Shane Black , and is now stepping even further into the limelight with another franchise. Paramount has tapped Pearce to write the fifth installment of the MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE franchise, which has yet to secure a director (although Christopher McQuarrie is still thought to be...
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05.15.2013
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Tom Cruise officially signs on for Mission: Impossible 5; director still to be announced

IMF Agent Ethan Hunt is set to get back in action as Tom Cruise has inked a deal to reprise his franchise role, following on the heels of the last film, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - GHOST PROTOCOL, the most successful film of his career with a $700 million worldwide take. From Deadline: Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions have set Tom Cruise in a deal to star in and...
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05.06.2013
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Soundtracks, Soundtracks, Soundtracks: Television Themes Volume 1

There are many things that make a movie what it is. It all starts with a story (according to what every How-To book on screenwriting tells us), there is the director and his crew, there are the actors, who bust their asses to bring a vision to life. Then comes the wonderful world of post-production. What is one result of that? The music. Soundtracks enhance the movie going experience....
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01.04.2013
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Christopher McQuarrie is now the frontrunner to direct Mission: Impossible 5

It looks like the next installment of the MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE franchise is gaining some steam, as Paramount, J.J. Abrams, and Tom Cruise are keen on bringing in writer/director Christopher McQuarrie, who just wrapped JACK REACHER with Cruise.  It's not the first time the two have collaborated, with McQuarrie writing VALKYRIE and developing the now dead TOP GUN 2 for Cruise. ...
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11.14.2012
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