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Disney pulls Beauty and the Beast from Malaysia

“Controversy” over the live-action Beauty and the Beast carries on. Released this past Friday in theaters everywhere, the remake is a wild financial success for Disney as it opened to

Disney holds open casting call for Aladdin

Middle Eastern actors between ages 18-25 and hoping to become the next Disney star can try for a lead role in the live-action Aladdin adaptation, set to begin filming this

Monster Hunter gets movie adaptation

Attention hunters and huntresses, for Nerd Reactor has brought great news! During the Capcom TGS presentation for the Monster Hunter Stories, Capcom producer Ryozo Tsujimoto confirmed that a Monster Hunter

Ubisoft confirms no new Assassin’s Creed game in 2016

It has recently been rumored that the annualized Assassin’s Creed franchise would not see a new installment this year, but rather in 2017. Today, a message from the development team all but

We may have found our new young Han Solo… or at least, twelve of them

With the overwhelming and ever-growing success of the latest installment to the saga from a galaxy far, far away, it’s no surprise to anyone that Star Wars: The Force Awakens has become the pinnacle

Film Cow presents Detective Heart of America: The Final Freedom

Do you love America? Of course you do, what are you a communist? Since you love America so much, why not watch Detective Heart of America: The Final Freedom, made

Randall Park and Steve Agee team up in the horror-comedy Amigo Undead

Who doesn’t love a good, bloody horror-comedy starring comedic actors Randall Park (The Interview, Fresh Off The Boat) and Steve Agee (The Sarah Silverman Program) as brothers fighting against an

Chris Pratt’s raptor pack names revealed in new Jurassic World TV spot

One of the most interesting aspects of the new Jurassic Park movie has been Chris Pratt’s raptor bike gang. Many fans have been wondering just how one of the franchise’s

Automata (movie review)

This is a story about a burned out worker who has to track down machines who have broken protocol, and he must destroy them. Wait, is this Blade Runner? Nope.

New extended trailer for The Last: Naruto the Movie

Just this past Friday, the official website for the upcoming Naruto movie (The Last: Naruto the Movie) released an extended version of their official trailer. The film will premiere in

Fez, Super Meat Boy and Braid super cheap on Steam until June 16th

Hey, do you like platformers? Do you like platformers that make you scratch your head in bewilderment, throw your TV out the window in frustration or make your jaw drop at

AMC’s LEGO Movie MiniFigure promotion

AMC has a lot of cool movie premiere-exclusive items, from t-shirts to action figures and now an exclusive Mini-Figure for The LEGO Movie. The only bad news is that you

Daniel Radcliffe has HORNS in this first clip

The folks over at Collider just released the first footage of HORNS, the film based off of Joe Hill’s novel of the same name. Directed by Alexandre Aja (The Hills

Star Trek Into Darkness Super Bowl ad hits the net!

A lot of big trailers are scheduled to be released today during the big game, but you no longer have to wait for the new trailer for Star Trek Into

Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters trailer is out! Yes, please

With all the fantasy films coming out based on fairy tales (Snow White’s Mirror Mirror, Snow White and the Huntsman, Red Riding Hood), you would think Hollywood would have played

The D is back with Rize of the Fenix

It’s been 6 years since the last Tenacious D album, and aside from a few shows including BlizzCon 2010, nothing else has really happened. This is probably because Jack Black

Ryan Gosling in ‘Drive’ Delivered the Nostalgic, Artistic Goods

Ryan Gosling plays a lonely Hollywood stuntman driver (aptly named “Driver”) who at night dangerously works as a Los Angeles wheelman for hire. To clarify, local criminals hire him to

Review: ‘Fright Night’ – Vampires That Don’t Suck! .. Kinda

In theaters August 19, 2011, Fright Night (2011) is a remake of the 1985 version by director Tom Holland. It focuses around teenager Charley Brewster (Anton Yelchin, best known for

This Is the Dark Ages of Movie Poster Art

All my life I have been obsessed with cinema. Whether it was going to the local theater or down the street to a mom and pop video rental, I was

George Takei Against Alleged Whitewashing of AKIRA

AKIRA, created by the legendary Katsuhiro Otomo began as a manga series and then a feature length animated film.  Since then it has been featured on music videos, fashion, and more.  A

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