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14 Greatest Romance Films Of All Time

Romance is at the heart of almost every Hollywood film. It's difficult to find a major Hollywood film that doesn't have a love story as either the main storyline, or at least a minor subplot. So why is it that films that focus primarily on their romantic elements are so often framed as less serious, less legitimate cinematic efforts? It's a reflection of a society that judges things that women like as frivolous and things that men like as art, where romance pictures are derisively called "chick ...
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25 Terrible Endings That Ruined Good Horror Movies

You know the feeling. You're watching a horror movie and you're loving it. You're grooving on it. You're leaning forward in your seat, anticipating the next scare, the next kill, the next revelation. "This movie is going to stick the landing," you think to yourself. Famous last words. Maybe it's a boneheaded character choice, a sudden change in tone, or the pacing slows to a crawl just when things should be speeding up. Maybe it's a plot twist so stupid you can no longer take the whole thing ser...
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The Munsters Photo Reveals First Look at Rob Zombie’s Film Adaptation

Halloween director Rob Zombie took to Instagram to reveal the first behind-the-scenes photo from the set of his upcoming film adaptation of The Munsters, based on the classic ’60s sitcom of the same name. The Munsters photo, which you can check out below, features our first look at Jeff Daniel Phillips as Herman Munster, Sheri Moon Zombie as Lily Munster, and Dan Roebuck as Grandpa Munster.   View this post on Instagram ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Instagram, Horror, Ethan Hawke, Rob Zombie, Golden Globe, Scott Derrickson, Lily Munster, Movie News, Cassandra Peterson, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Chris Hayward, Allan Burns, Dan Roebuck Jorge Garcia Richard Brake, Herman Munster Sheri Moon Zombie

12 Movies To Watch If You Loved Tenet

Christopher Nolan, known for movies like "Inception" and "The Dark Knight" trilogy, has become an influential director not only for his sleek and stylish filmmaking, his groundbreaking visuals, and his movies' larger-than-life soundscapes, but also for his love of conceptual ideas like time travel, the shifting nature of reality, the transitory properties of memories, and the power of dreams. His latest offering, "Tenet," is no different. It's an action-packed time-travel heist flick starring Jo...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Interstellar, New York, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Berlin, New York City, Nasa, Earth, Netflix, Ethan Hawke, Philadelphia, Bristol, John, Spike Lee, Chris Hemsworth

The 31 Scariest Movie Scenes Ever

Everyone loves a good scare, and there are plenty of them — a century of horror movies has seen to that. If there's something out there that unsettles you, makes your skin crawl, or convinces you to sleep with the lights on, there's almost certainly a film that taps into it. There's no shortage of good horror movies or scares. But what about the great ones? Hell, what about the greatest ones? As the days grow shorter and the nights grow cooler, we decided to tackle that question directly. /Film ...
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Moon Knight Was The 'Most Challenging' Shoot Oscar Isaac Has Done Yet

Imagine life as a very famous and in-demand actor, if you will. As viewers, all we tend to focus on are the glamorous and internet-breaking photoshoots; the award-worthy performances; the exotic locales that their job allows them to visit on a regular basis. You know, the good stuff!The part I have some empathy for, meanwhile, is the public relations and marketing side of the gig, which sometimes necessitates that actors say things like calling their latest superhero performance the "most challe...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, News, Disney, Ethan Hawke, Oscar Isaac, Hawke, Isaac, Paul Schrader, Disney Marvel, Kevin -LSB- Feige, Moon Knight, Isaac Has Done Yet

Zeros And Ones: Release Date, Cast And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)I've watched the "Zeros and Ones" trailer multiple times and I still have so many questions, and I'm betting you do too! Don't worry, we're going to explore them together and by the end of this, both of us will probably (read: hopefully) know what's going on with the wild looking film, "Zeros and Ones," starring your favorite sad...
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First Trailer and Poster for THE BLACK PHONE, Starring Ethan Hawke

First look at director Scott Derrickson's chiller. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Video, Movies, Horror, Ethan Hawke, Poster, Scott Derrickson, New Releases, The Movie Waffler

Abel Ferrara's 'Zeros and Ones' Official Trailer Starring Ethan Hawke

"You wouldn't last 10 minutes on the street knowing what he knows." Lionsgate has revealed the official trailer for Zeros and Ones, another awkward new Abel Ferrara movie releasing this year (in addition to Siberia with Willem Dafoe). This one, however, came out of nowhere and it only recently premiered at the Locarno Film Festival. An American soldier stationed in Rome watches the Vatican blown up, then embarks on a hero's journey to uncover and defend against an unknown enemy threatening t...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Trailer, Rome, Ethan Hawke, Vatican, Siberia, Abel Ferrara, Willem Dafoe, To Watch, Babak Karimi, Valerio Mastandrea Cristina Chiriac

The Black Phone Trailer: Ethan Hawke Plays Sadistic Killer in Scott Derrickson’s Horror Pic

Universal Pictures has finally revealed the official trailer for Blumhouse’s newest horror-thriller film The Black Phone, which hails from Sinister duo Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill. The film is currently slated to arrive in theaters on February 4, 2022. The Black Phone trailer, which you can check out in the player below, teases Ethan Hawke’s most terrifying role of his career as he portrays the role of a sadistic killer called The Grabber. The video begins with the abduction of his la...
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The Black Phone Trailer: Director Scott Derrickson Returns To Horror

"The Black Phone" is Scott Derrickson's ("Doctor Strange") feature-length adaptation of Joe Hill's short horror story of the same name, originally published in his first collection "20th Century Ghosts" in 2005. The film was co-written with Derrickson's "Sinister" collaborator C. Robert Cargill, who also serves as co-producer on the film alongside Jason Blum. The movie had its world premiere at Fantastic Fest on September 25, 2021, where /Film's Eric Vespe caught it and sang its praises. The sto...
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Ethan Hawke in Scott Derrickson's Horror 'The Black Phone' Trailer

"Please, please let the dreams be real!" Universal has unveiled an official trailer for for a serial killer horror thriller titled The Black Phone, arriving in theaters in February. Starring four-time Oscar nominee Ethan Hawke in the most terrifying role of his career and introducing Mason Thames in his first ever film role, The Black Phone is produced, directed, and co-written by filmmaker Scott Derrickson, also the writer / director of Sinister, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, and Marvel's Doc...
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DC FanDome 2021: All The Movies, TV Shows, And More We Can Expect To See

DC FanDome made quite the splash when it debuted its first event last year. For fans of superheroes and all of the surrounding jazz, the online event served as a shot of life when the world needed it most. Now, DC is bringing the event back for another go-around this weekend.With the event just around the corner, we're here to offer a look at all of the movies, TV shows, and video games that will be presenting during the four-hour, live-premiere event. While we don't have a precise schedule, we ...
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Before Sunrise Co-Creator And Oscar-Nominated Screenwriter Is Making Her UCLA-Level Class Available Online [Exclusive]

Kim Krizan may not have the same level of instant name recognition as Richard Linklater, her co-screenwriter and the director of "Before Sunrise" (which has maintained a rare 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes over the years). Yet she and her life experiences were integral to the formation of what has become one of the most beloved, critically well-regarded film trilogies of all time.Krizan received Academy Award and Writer's Guild of America (WGA) Award nominations for the sequel, "Before Sunset," w...
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The Black Phone: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)When uber-producer Jason Blum, the name behind the horror-friendly studio Blumhouse Productions, says that "The Black Phone" is the "scariest movie" he's "ever worked on," that's some pretty high praise. It immediately raises expectations for "The Black Phone," as does some of the other movie talent involved. This fright flick ma...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Colorado, Stephen King, Ethan Hawke, Cargill, Jason Blum, Universal Pictures, Joe Hill, Austin Texas, Hawke, Jane, Finney, Blumhouse, Scott Derrickson, Max Read

For Antoine Fuqua And Denzel Washington, It's All About Trust

Antoine Fuqua and Denzel Washington want audiences to enjoy their movies with popcorn and a coke. It's as simple as that. The two first collaborated on "Training Day," and since then, they've kept a good thing going with the "Equalizer" films and "The Magnificent Seven." With talks underway for another "Equalizer" film, thank the Lord, that relationship will only continue to grow.Washington remains one of the few movie stars that draw eyes to a big screen. Nobody else has his magnetism, and Fuqu...
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The Black Phone Poster Unveils Ethan Hawke as a Masked Killer

Universal Pictures and Blumhouse have dropped the official poster for Scott Derrickson’s newest horror thriller The Black Phone, based on Joe Hill’s short story of the same name. The Black Phone poster, which you can check out below, provides us a better look at the film’s main antagonist, portrayed by Oscar nominee Ethan Hawke, who is seen wearing his serial killer character’s terrifying mask. The film had its world premiere last Saturday at the 2021 Fantastic Fest. It is currently slated to ar...
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The Black Phone Review: Scott Derrickson Delivers The Best Joe Hill Adaptation Yet [Fantastic Fest]

If you know me or my work, you know I'm a Stephen King guy. My (far too) early childhood viewings of adaptations of his work like "The Shining" and "Stand By Me" tempted young me to pick up my very first King book in the sixth grade. It was "Cujo" and I'd read it in snippets while my teacher wasn't looking, hiding it in my perfectly-sized pencil box when their Sauron-like gaze fell my way.About halfway through the book, most of which I didn't fully understand but could keep up with thanks in no ...
Tags: Reviews, Hollywood, Movies, Stephen King, Ethan Hawke, King, Joe Hill, Hill, Hawke, Finney, Scott Derrickson, John Wayne Gacy, James Ransone, Robert Cargill, Derrickson, Tom Savini

14 Movie Roles Denzel Washington Should Have Turned Down

It goes without saying that Denzel Washington is a living legend -- a man so inherent to our perception of cinematic talent that his mere presence is considered an improvement to any film. Washington-starring movies become, in their own inevitable way, Washington-esque movies. "Malcolm X," "Fences," "Crimson Tide," and "Training Day" -- with just a couple of lines here and a forehead rub there, each one becomes Washington material in the most Denzel-ion sort of way.With Washington at the ripe ag...
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The Amazing World of Gumball Returning With New Movie & TV Series

The world of Cartoon Network’s The Amazing World of Gumball is coming back, as WarnerMedia Kids & Family have officially greenlit a brand new movie and television series for the franchise. RELATED: Batwheels: Ethan Hawke to Voice Batman in Warner Bros. Animation Series The Amazing World of Gumball: The Movie! (working title) and The Amazing World of Gumball: The Series (working title) will make their way to both HBO Max and Cartoon Network in the future, with both projects acting as the first or...
Tags: Family, TV, Movies, Ethan Hawke, TV News, Streaming, Warner Bros, Cartoon Network, Mattel, Nicole, Elmore, Movie News, Gumball, The Amazing World of Gumball, WarnerMedia, HBO Max

The 20 Best Dystopian Movies Of All Time

The differences between a dystopian story and an apocalyptic one are slight. It's common for a dystopia to set in after an apocalypse, and a dystopian world often hides its true nature, only revealing itself after subtle revelations pile up. H. G. Wells was one of the first writers to popularize dystopian fiction, with "The Sleeper Awakes" using what today's sci-fi fans may recognize as a Douglas Adams gag: A man falls into a coma and wakes up centuries later, his accrued financial interests mak...
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Jake Gyllenhaal And Antoine Fuqua On Filming The Guilty Using Unorthodox Pandemic Methods [Interview]

Star Jake Gyllenhaal and director Antoine Fuqua transport the 2018 Danish film "The Guilty" to the states, remaking the film through a distinctly American eye. During the Toronto International Film Festival, /Film sat down (virtually) with Gyllenhaal and Fuqua to discuss the unorthodox way the film was shot and how they grafted modern American toxic masculinity onto the story to better reflect the world we're living in today. And since it was shot during the pandemic, Fuqua put safety first and ...
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Exclusive: Disney Junior’s Dino Ranch Clip Features Min on an Egg Delivery Mission

ComingSoon is excited to debut an exclusive Dino Ranch clip from the upcoming episode “Strife in the Fast Lane,” premiering Friday, September 17 at 6:30 p.m. PT/ET on Disney Junior and DisneyNOW from Boat Rocker Studios and Industrial Brothers. RELATED: Batwheels: Ethan Hawke to Voice Batman in Warner Bros. Animation Series “Min’s excitement to deliver an egg to her friend leads the Dino Ranch gang into a runaway comedy of errors when their hastily repaired egg cart gets away on them,” reads the...
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Ethan Hawke Will Play Batman...in An Animated TV Series About A Sentient Batmobile

Ready to break the internet? Here it is folks, Ethan Hawke is your new Batman!What, you're still here? Okay, fine, he'll merely be voicing a new Batman ... in a cartoon ... with a premise that just so happens to revolve around living and breathing Bat-vehicles. You know, and I know, that you want to scroll down and find out all the details about this galaxy-brained project, so let's not even try to pretend otherwise. In addition to Hawke, WarnerMedia announced the full cast along with a couple o...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Earth, Ethan Hawke, Batman, Batmobile, Robin, Hawke, SlashFilm, Cassandra Cain Batgirl, Batwheels, Jacob Bertrand Cobra Kai, Jordan Reed Chuggington, Madigan Kacmar Chuggington, Noah Bentley Elliott

Every Alfonso Cuaron Movie Ranked From Worst To Best

Mexican director Alfonso Cuarón has managed to carve himself a place among Hollywood's all-star directors with movies such as "A Little Princess," "Children of Men," and "Roma". He made history multiple times at the Academy Awards with his movies: He was the first Mexico-born director to win best director for his sci-fi epic "Gravity" in 2014, and he won Mexico its first best foreign language film Oscar, as well as another best director trophy, for his intimate memoir "Roma" in 2019.Whether they...
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Penguin Series in Development at HBO Max

Oswald Cobblepot is getting his own series as HBO Max is currently developing a Penguin series that might be connected to The Batman. RELATED: Batwheels: Ethan Hawke to Voice Batman in Warner Bros. Animation Series Deadline brings word that it’s not clear if Colin Farrell, who plays Penguin in The Batman, will reprise the role for the upcoming show. The series will focus on Cobblepot’s past and show his rise to power in Gotham’s seedy underbelly rather than him as the established kingpin. The ch...
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Batwheels: Ethan Hawke to Voice Batman in Warner Bros. Animation Series

WarnerMedia Kids & Family have revealed the voice cast for the upcoming Warner Bros. Animation series Batwheels. Ethan Hawke (The Good Lord Bird) as Batman and Jacob Bertrand (Cobra Kai) as Bam the Batmobile lead the cast for the preschool animated action-adventure comedy series featuring the most heroic and iconic vehicles from the DC universe. RELATED: Aquaman: King of Atlantis Trailer Teases HBO Max Miniseries From James Wan The announcement was made by Bertrand and fellow castmates during a ...
Tags: Family, Comedy, TV, Movies, Earth, Action, Ethan Hawke, TV News, Streaming, Batgirl, Gotham City, Batman, Dc, Cartoon Network, Batmobile, Warner Bros Animation

Netflix’s Rian Johnson-Directed Knives Out 2 Wraps Production

Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Rian Johnson took to Twitter to announce that production on Netflix’s forthcoming sequel to 2019’s acclaimed whodunnit film Knives Out has officially been completed. This comes after more than two months of filming, where the first half of production took place in Greece. Currently, there is no release date attached to the Daniel Craig-led mystery sequel. We just wrapped production on the next Benoit Blanc mystery and also I finally watched Annette and holy shi...
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The Guilty Review: Jake Gyllenhaal Is Terrific In An Otherwise Lackluster Remake [TIFF 2021]

From a storytelling perspective, Antoine Fuqua's "The Guilty" is pretty good. How could it not be? It's following the original film that inspired it beat by beat. This "The Guilty" may not be a shot-by-shot remake akin to Gus Van Sant's fascinating, flawed "Psycho" experiment, but it might as well be. Here, Fuqua and company are sticking close to the 2018 Danish film, and if you've seen that movie, you've more or less seen this one, too. With that in mind, the new "Guilty" cranks out tense, clau...
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Fantastic Fest 2021 Announces Final Wave of Programming

Fantastic Fest has announced the final wave of programming for the festival’s 16th edition, featuring the widest selection of “weird and wonderful films” gathered from across the globe to screen in Austin, TX, from September 23-30. “Working on this final wave has been a pure joy for the programming team,” said Fantastic Fest Director of Programming Annick Mahnert. “With films coming from as far as Senegal, Latvia, Iran and Kazakhstan, and topics ranging from teenage assassins, circus freaks, ser...
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