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Obi-Wan Kenobi movie in early stages, McGregor not confirmed

Without a doubt, this is the news Star Wars fans hoped for. After much speculation and rumors, Disney is in the early stages of producing a new movie revolving around

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Titanic among Netflix July 2017 additions

Next month looks like a good one for Star Wars fans. On July 18, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story begins streaming on Netflix. The release marks the first time

Emma Watson open to Beauty and the Beast sequel; Disney says no

No one can deny the live-action Beauty and the Beast starring Emma Watson ended up a rousing success. The film has grossed $1.14 billion worldwide at the box office. Will

Hayden Christensen returns to Star Wars Celebration

Star Wars prequels are a divisive topic for people. Either Episodes I, II and III are vigorously defended or slammed harshly by critics. Hayden Christensen in particular took a lot

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

Beauty and the Beast reviews reveal some flaws

Currently, the new live-action Beauty and the Beast is not sweeping headlines with glowing reviews of its return to glory. Scheduled for release on March 17, Disney’s reimagining of the

Here are your 37th Annual Razzie Awards

Hundreds of movies are released each year and while we want every one of them to be masterful pieces of art, often times this isn’t the case. Sometimes we get

Top 5 terrible live-action anime movies

I’ve grown up watching anime for quite some time now, and it looks like we’re in the era where they’re finally starting to be acknowledged properly and turned into decent

Bee Movie, but it’s now on Netflix

I think we’re all pretty much ready for 2016 to be over. Am I right? I’m sure the majority of us are looking forward to the new year. And along

RetroSFX mixes gaming sound effects with real-life movies and events

I will admit that I’m an ’80s kid and am damned proud of it. I guess it makes me seem old since I’ve lived through the 8-bit, 16-bit, and every

The Rock/Vin Diesel feud continues: Tyrese sides with Diesel

Just when everyone thought things were getting back to normal, it seems like there was not a “Great Resolution” after all. We reported just in the past few days that

The Rock addresses Vin Diesel beef rumors

If you’ve missed it in the last few days, news popped that things may not be all hunky dory on the set of Fast 8. The news spread after the

Seth Rogen goes on the hunt for PokeRock

If you haven’t heard by now, The Rock recently launched his very own Youtube Channel. In less than one week he has already amassed one million subscribers and has collaborated

SDCC 2016: New Kong: Skull Island trailer shakes Comic-Con

Yesterday during the Warner Bros. presentation at Hall-H, the first full trailer for the upcoming King Kong film was released. The new trailer gave an in-depth look at the film’s

Studio Ghibli Film Festival comes to Santa Ana

Didn’t get a chance to see Howl’s Moving Castle or Princess Mononoke in a full-fledged theater? Well, now is your chance. Coming to The Frida Theater in Santa Ana, CA,

KINGSGLAIVE gets a new behind-the-scenes video

With all of that E3 hype, we’re getting swarmed with some amazing games, and some really cool stuff to look forward too. (I mean can we talk about the VR

Dan Aykroyd’s Ghostbusters cameo revealed

The most controversial summer blockbuster this year is easily the newly revamped Ghostbusters. The film has already become notorious by being one of the most disliked trailers on YouTube of

Five detective movies you need to watch

I feel as if as time goes by, we get more and more detective/noir-related TV shows and movies like Jessica Jones, Exposed, and so many more. That’s certainly not a bad

Pointers for DC’s Cinematic Universe

DC just shot its big guns with Batman v Superman over the weekend, and the critics didn’t give it a unanimous positive review that it probably was looking for. On top