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Middle-earth Ultimate Collector’s Edition Includes 31 Discs, Pre-order Now Live

The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit are films meant to be seen on the big screen, and that includes giant 4K TV screens. To truly appreciate the look

Why Xbox Game Pass Continues to Be the Best Value in Gaming

Take a trip back in time to February 28, 2017.  Phil Spencer and Xbox had just announced Xbox Game Pass. Nobody knew what to expect. Consumers and pundits alike were skeptical, some

The New Trailer for James Wan’s Malignant Released

The trailer for James Wan’s latest horror-thriller, Malignant, has arrived and promises to be “a new vision in terror.” James Wan, the director of hit horror franchises such as Saw, Insidious, and The

DC FanDome 2021 to Show The Batman, The Flash, Black Adam, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom

DC FanDome debuted last year and gave fans a lot to look forward to in the world of DC, ranging from film to TV. Fans got the chance to see

Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt Returning in Jungle Cruise Sequel: Ready the Puns!

With the latest weekend, Disney’s Jungle Cruise has grossed a total of over $100 million at the U.S. box office. This makes the worldwide box office numbers coming in at

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings Featurette Shows Behind-the-Scenes Fight Choreography

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is coming to U.S. theaters this week, and fans will finally get to see the proper “The Mandarin” on the big screen.

Shang-Chi’s Andy Le, AKA Death Dealer, on How to Fight Like MCU Hero

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is coming to U.S. theaters on September 3rd, and it has already been getting positive reviews, with a score of 91% on

John Cena, Yvonne Orji and Director Clay Tarver on Hulu’s Vacation Friends

Vacation Friends is now available on Hulu from 20th Century Studios, and it stars Lil Rey Howery as Marcus, John Cena as Ron, Yvonne Orji as Emily, and Meredith Hagner

Moonfall, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, and Bits of Borderlands Unveiled at the Lionsgate CinemaCon presentation

The Lionsgate presentation gave us a wide array of movies for their upcoming 2021/2022 film slate. While we didn’t see anything for John Wick 4, we were treated to an

Description of First 13 Minutes of Top Gun: Maverick at CinemaCon

Top Gun: Maverick is the highly anticipated sequel to the classic 1986 film directed by Tony Scott and starring Tom Cruise. Cruise is back as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, and he’ll

Tom Cruise’s Latest and Greatest Stunt for Mission: Impossible 7 Revealed at CinemaCon

Imagine playing with your action figures as kids and coming up with so many entertaining ideas and stunts for your figures to do. Tom Cruise might not have come up

Saints Row Reboot Coming 2022

During Gamescom Opening Night Live today, publisher Deep Silver and developer Volition announced that they are working on a new Saints Row game. Titled Saints Row, the new game will

The Matrix Resurrections, The Batman and Dune Showcased at WB CinemaCon 2021 Presentation

During CinemaCon 2021, the Warner Bros. Pictures presentation had new footage from its upcoming films along with behind-the-scenes footage and interviews like James Wan’s Malignant, Clint Eastwood’s Cry Macho, King

Fantasia Film Festival: It’s a Summer Film! (サマーフィルムにのって) Review

Looking at Soushi Matsumoto’s It’s a Summer Film, you wouldn’t expect the film to be a swiss-army knife kind of flick. However, the film features an eclectic mix of many genres.

Sony Focuses on Theaters, Ghostbusters: Afterlife Screened, Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer

CinemaCon is back this year in Las Vegas, and Sony Pictures Entertainment kicked off the whole week with a sizzle reel of its upcoming films including Uncharted, Venom: Let There

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings Review: A Match Made in Wuxia Heaven

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is not a film that you expect from Marvel Studios. It’s both a spiritual and emotionally complex film, with some of the best

Fantasia Film Festival: Midnight (미드나이트) Review

Midnight isn’t so much a thriller but a commentary on society’s treatment of disabled people. The film follows Kyung Mi (Ki-joo Jin), a deaf woman who inadvertently gets caught up in

Fantasia Film Festival: The Sadness (哭悲) Review

The Sadness is such a fascinating take on the zombie genre, but believe me when I tell you that it’s not for everyone. Writer/director Rob Jabbaz has put together a film

JAPAN CUTS: Wife of a Spy (スパイの妻) Review

Director Kiyoshi Kurosawa has made a name for himself in the horror genre with such classics as Pulse and Cure. However, with Wife of a Spy, the horror auteur expands to do something he’s

Daniel Wu Interview on Reminiscence, Into the Badlands, and Hugh Jackman

Reminiscence is the feature film debut for director Lisa Joy, the co-showrunner for HBO’s sci-fi Westworld series. Set in the future, people can revisit their memories thanks to a machine