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Live-action Aladdin film casts its leads including Will Smith as Genie

With the success of live action adaptations of popular Disney stories like The Jungle Book and Beauty and the Beast, filmmakers are looking to Aladdin as another live-action smash hit.

‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ brings Guy Ritchie’s spin on the Arthurian legend (review)

I’m going to be honest: my amount of knowledge of the King Arthur legend isn’t all that long. In fact, I think most of my knowledge that I had prior

Behold Excalibur’s power in the new trailer for ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’

It’s been several months since we’ve had a full-length trailer for Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. Well, wait no more because Warner Bros has just released the brand

From nothing comes a TV spot for ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’

Following yesterday’s poster reveal comes a short, but awesome, new look at King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. During today’s NFC and AFC championship games, you’ll get to see a

All hail the king! Warner Bros. releases Charlie Hunnam poster for ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’

The Arthurian legend has been told throughout the world for centuries and this summer will see a brand-new retelling of the tale with Guy Ritchie’s new film: King Arthur: Legend

Guy Ritchie in talks to direct live-action Aladdin

Deadline has reported that Guy Ritchie is in talks to direct the live-action remake of Disney’s Aladdin. Disney’s recent strategy of updating its animated classics for today’s audiences has so far

SDCC 2016: First King Arthur: Legend of the Sword trailer released

Hall H is known for showcasing the latest and greatest trailers at San Diego Comic-Con, and Warner Bros. definitely didn’t let the people down. DC and Marvel are normally the

New writer announced for ‘Sherlock Holmes 3’

Robert Downey, Jr. announced last week that the long awaited third movie in the Sherlock Holmes franchise will begin filming this year. Today that news was not only confirmed, but

The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Review

The 60s were a time of secret agents and spies. The very first Bond film, Dr. No was released in 1962 and then almost immediately came a whole generation of