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Venice Film Festival Lineup Includes the Latest from Guillermo Del Toro, Darren Aronofsky & Many More

SHARE TWEET 0 The Venice Film Festival has announced their film line up for the 74th annual event and it’s a doozy. The international fest has seen some proud premieres in recent years as a hotspot for launching awards contenders, including La La Land, Spotlight and Birdman, and this year is shaping up to be […]

Movie Talk: ‘Bond 25’ Director Shortlist Revealed; James Cameron Plans ‘Terminator’ Trilogy

SHARE TWEET 0 Please enable Javascript to watch this video – On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (Thursday, July 27th, 2017) Mark Ellis, Clarke Wolfe, Jeremy Jahns, Mark Reilly, Natasha Martinez and Wendy Lee discuss the following: Director shortlist for Bond 25 revealed James Cameron says he’s planning trilogy of rebooted Terminator movies Opening […]

Rob Liefeld on Comic-Con, Writing Screenplays, Josh Brolin as Cable and More

SHARE TWEET 0 [embedded content] Rob Liefeld, the co-creator of Deadpool and plenty of other comics, was on hand at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, and our own Steve Weintraub got the chance to sit down and talk with him about a variety of subjects. During their conversation, they talked about partnering with us for […]

Atlanta Readers: Win Passes to See ‘The Dark Tower’

SHARE TWEET 0 The first novel in The Dark Tower series was published in 1982. 35 years later, Stephen King’s magnum opus is finally reaching the big screen. It carries with it a lot of expectations and possibly a lot of complications. I’ve covered the various iterations of this project for years, and I’m curious […]

Showtime Picks up Affleck and Damon’s Pilot for ‘City on a Hill’; Gavin O’Connor to Direct

SHARE TWEET 0 Showtime, looking for prestige TV hits, is turning to Ben Affleck and Matt Damon. The network announced it has picked up the pilot for the one-hour drama City on a Hill. Affleck and Damon will executive produce a script from Chuck MacLean (Boston Strangler), and Gavin O’Connor (The Accountant) set to direct. […]

‘IT’ Trailer Breakdown Reveals Bullies, the Turtle, and the Darker Side of Derry, Maine

SHARE TWEET 0 New Line Cinema/Warner Bros.’ new IT trailer is online and oh sweet baby it’s a good one. There’s so much goodness, in fact, that we’ve taken a deep dive into every frame to pull out Easter eggs, particularly horrifying scenes, and more from the world of Stephen King. You can check it all out […]

Patty Jenkins and Chris Pine Reteam for TNT Series ‘One Day She’ll Darken”

SHARE TWEET 0 Patty Jenkins and Chris Pine made a pretty good team for Wonder Woman, and while fans are hoping that the script for Wonder Woman 2 can somehow find a way to bring back Steve Trevor, at the very least Jenkins and Pine will be working together again. Variety reports that the duo […]

The ‘Logan Lucky’ Screenwriter Likely Doesn’t Exist; Did Soderbergh Pull a Soderbergh?

SHARE TWEET 0 In one hell of a twist, the screenwriter behind Logan Lucky—the film that brought filmmaker Steven Soderbergh out of retirement—apparently doesn’t exist. When Logan Lucky was announced, it boasted the first-time feature from new screenwriter Rebecca Blunt. The film is basically a twist on Soderbergh’s Ocean’s Eleven; a heist movie set in […]

‘IT’: 40+ Things to Know About The Terrifying Stephen King Adaptation

SHARE TWEET 0 We’re supposed to be trudging through the knee-deep waters of Pennywise’s lair. Strapped up in galoshes, we’re headed to the swampy underground of Derry, except when we get there the water has already been drained, little more than a thin layer of wetness clinging to the tunnel. With only a flashlight and […]

Don’t Expect Much of Stephen King’s Cosmic Mythology in The New ‘IT’ Movie

SHARE TWEET 0 (Note: Be aware this post has spoilers for the book IT, which came out more than 30 years ago, but spoiler warning I guess?) “The Turtle can’t save us.” Stephen King is having a big year. I mean, he’s been having a big year for the last few decades, but 2017 in […]