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‘The Mandalorian’ Video Explores How ILM Built the Razor Crest, Mando’s Signature Spaceship

The Razor Crest, the ship from The Mandalorian, gets its close-up in a new behind-the-scenes video from ILM. While so much of modern filmmaking relies on CGI, The Mandalorian team actually went a little old school here and built a model they could use for filming. They still used a digital version of the ship as well, but it’s still neat to see the show resorting to classic modelmaking methods as well. Creating the Razor Crest “Miniatures and motion control are in our DNA at ILM, and it...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Jon Favreau, Ilm, Starwars, Video Clips, Behind the Scenes Footage, Hawkinson, The Mandalorian, Razor Crest, Razor Crest Mando, Chris Hawkinson, George Lucas Ralph McQuarrie


Watch an Exclusive Clip from the Alejandro Jodorowsky 4K Restoration Collection

ABKCO Films’ Alejandro Jodorowsky: 4K Restoration Collection arrives this week, and in honor of the massive box set, we’re debuting an exclusive clip featuring the filmmaker discussing his film Fando y Lis. You can check out the clip below along with details on the box set, which includes Fando y Lis, El Topo, and The Holy Mountain. Jodorowsky 4K Restoration Collection Clip Fando y Lis was the first feature film from filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky, and in the video above, he remembers ...
Tags: Movies, Paris, Columbia University, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Video Clips, Blu, Peter Gabriel, Thomas Mann, Jodorowsky, El Topo, Home Video, DVD/Blu-Ray, Lis, Richard Peña, Giraud, ABKCO


‘Marry Me’: Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson Are Two Strangers Who Get Married in a Truly Wild Rom-Com Set for Valentine’s Day

After receiving career-high acclaim for her performance in Hustlers (for which she was rudely snubbed at the Oscars), Jennifer Lopez has earned a renewed interest in her acting career. And she’s using that hype to star in a rom-com with one of the strangest-sounding premises yet. Lopez is playing a music superstar who marries a stranger (Owen Wilson) in the aptly-titled Marry Me, which Universal has set for a Valentine’s Day release. See the Marry Me teaser and the details below. Marry Me T...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Movies, Romance, Jennifer-Lopez, Universal, Owen-Wilson, Sarah Silverman, Harper, Video Clips, John Rogers, Lopez, KAT, Bastian, Release Dates, Tami Sagher


‘Fargo’ Season 4 First Look Video Dives Deeper Into the 1950s Gangster Story

After many delays, both for production and for the premiere, due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Fargo season 4 is finally coming to FX. And to celebrate the forthcoming premiere of the fourth installment of Noah Hawley’s anthology black comedy crime series, FX has released a first look video diving deep into the story of this season’s multigenerational gangster epic. Watch the Fargo season 4 first look below. Fargo Season 4 First Look The Fargo season 4 first look is chock full...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, America, Arizona, Kansas City, Hulu, Chris-Rock, Fargo, Noah Hawley, FX, Video Clips, Coen Brothers, Jason-Schwartzman, Hawley


‘No Time to Die’ Featurette Introduces Rami Malek as “007’s Most Terrifying Adversary Yet”

Will Rami Malek‘s Safin be the next great Bond villain? We’ll see – assuming No Time to Die ever comes out, that is. A new No Time to Die featurette focuses on Safin, with Malek and director Cary Joji Fukunaga talking about how dangerous and scary this mask-wearing bad guy is. Hurry up and watch the featurette below before MGM decides to change the movie’s release date again. No Time to Die Featurette In No Time to Die, “Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Ja...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Jamaica, Cia, Bond, MGM, Video Clips, Rami Malek, Malek, Tenet, Safin, Billy Magnussen, Behind the Scenes Footage, Cary Joji Fukunaga, Pheobe Waller Bridge, Neal Purvis Robert Wade


The First Episode of Ridley Scott’s ‘Raised By Wolves’ is Available for Free on YouTube

Ridley Scott is no stranger to making waves in sci-fi with the likes of Blade Runner and Alien, not to mention the latter’s recent franchise prequels Prometheus and Alien: Covenant. All of these movies prominently feature android characters, and the human-like robots have fascinated the filmmaker so much that he became involved with an entire series about them called Raised by Wolves for HBO Max. Now you can check out the first episode for free on YouTube. Watch Raised By Wolves for Free on ...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Sci-fi, David, Michael Fassbender, Ridley-Scott, Video Clips, Indiewire, Don, Scott, Raised By Wolves, Travis Fimmel Vikings, HBO Max, HBO Max YouTube, Amanda Collin


‘One Night in Miami’: Regina King’s Feature Directorial Debut Garners Strong Praise, Releases First Clip

Regina King‘s feature directorial debut One Night in Miami had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival this week, and the reaction has been overwhelmingly positive, with many ready to toss King’s hat into the awards season ring. The film, based on Kemp Powers‘ play, is a “fictionalized account of a 1964 meeting between Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, Sam Cooke, and Jim Brown,” and will also be playing at TIFF this week. Ahead of that, the first official One Night in Miami clip has been released...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Toronto, America, Miami, Muhammad Ali, Cassius Clay, Venice Film Festival, Video Clips, Kemp, Aldis Hodge, Film Festivals, Regina King, Jim Brown, Leslie Odom Jr, Eli Goree


‘Dune’ Teaser: See New Footage Ahead of Tomorrow’s Full Trailer

Those lucky enough to see Tenet in theaters have been treated to the first footage from Denis Villeneuve‘s upcoming adaptation of Frank Herbert’s classic sci-fi novel Dune. Weirdly enough, it’s actually a theatrical teaser that announces the impending arrival of the full trailer, which will show up online tomorrow, September 9. But since not a lot of people are going to the movies right now, Warner Bros. has provided a different sneak peek at the movie with a Dune teaser that has a snippet of f...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Adaptation, Warner Bros, Oscar Isaac, Rebecca Ferguson, Jason Momoa, Warner Brothers, Zendaya, Dune, Frank Herbert, Video Clips, PAUL, Paul Atreides, Tenet, Denis Villeneuve


‘Over the Moon’ Music Video and Featurette Highlight Netflix’s New Animated Musical

Over the Moon, a new animated musical from Netflix, has not one but two different videos for you today, so consider yourself blessed. A making-of featurette goes behind-the-scenes of the production, while a music video features the first single from the flick, “Rocket to the Moon.” Watch both videos below ahead of the film’s October debut.  Over the Moon Music Video Above you can see the lyric video for “Rocket to the Moon” from the Over the Moon soundtrack, performed by Cathy Ang, and w...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Netflix, Animation, Glen Keane, Musical, Video Clips, Sandra, Behind the Scenes Footage, Audrey Wells, Over the Moon, Gennie Rim, Cathy Ang, Peilin Chou Over the Moon, Christopher Curtis Marjorie Duffield Helen, Glen Keane Keane


‘Gnomes & Goblins’ Trailer: Jon Favreau’s VR Game Takes You Into a Fantasy World This September

Back in 2016, the short Gnomes and Goblins Preview teased a chance to step into a fantasy world created by none other than The Lion King director Jon Favreau. It was a fantasy adventure VR simulation that earned tons of buzz and excitement. It took nearly 4 years for a full-fledged PC virtual reality game to be developed by XR developers Wevr, but the full Gnomes & Goblins VR game is finally coming to PC headsets this September. Watch the Gnomes and Goblins trailer below. Gnomes and Goblins...
Tags: Gadgets/Tech, Video Clips, Gnomes and Goblins, Jon-Favreau, Virtual Reality


‘A.P. Bio’ Season 3 Clip: Jack’s Class Gets Interrupted By a Worrisome New Student

The third season of the NBC comedy series A.P. Bio is shifting to Peacock this month. Glenn Howerton (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) stars in the series as disgraced Harvard philosophy professor-turned-high school A.P. biology teacher Jack Griffin. Throughout the series so far, he has been coming up with schemes on how to further his career and using his students to help him, all while avoiding any lessons about biology. But his class is getting interrupted with a new student in the form of...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, Harvard, Philadelphia, Jack, Video Clips, Helen, Paula Pell, Peacock, Toledo Ohio, Glenn Howerton, Jack Griffin, A.P. Bio, Durbin Patton Oswalt


New ‘No Time to Die’ Footage Teases Tomorrow’s Action-Packed Trailer

After a longer wait than anticipated, James Bond is almost back. MGM and EON Productions have released a brief look at some new No Time to Die footage ahead of tomorrow’s trailer, and it’s full of the jaw-dropping action we’ve frankly been missing during this pandemic. Check out the new footage below. No Time to Die Footage Admittedly, that is a very short glimpse of footage. But even though we’ve seen a few of these flashes before, that happened so long ago that I’d wager most Bond fan...
Tags: Movies, United States, Sequels, James-Bond, Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Bond, MGM, Video Clips, Eon Productions, Action/Adventure, Ana de Armas, Cary Joji Fukunaga, David Dencik, James Bond 25, No Time To Die


‘Hopper/Welles’ Clip: Listen to Dennis Hopper and Orson Welles Discuss Filmmaking in 1970

I’ll never get tired of watching cinematic legends talk about the craft of filmmaking. So you can understand my excitement for the new documentary feature Hopper/Welles, a film featuring never-before-seen footage from a 1970 meeting between rising star Dennis Hopper, hot off his breakthrough directorial debut with the New Hollywood counterculture film Easy Rider, and the legendary Orson Welles, director of classics such as Citizen Kane and Touch of Evil. Dennis Hopper and Orson Welles came toge...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Documentary, Orson-Welles, America, Los Angeles, Dennis-Hopper, Venice, New Mexico, Hopper, Kane, Video Clips, Welles, Film Festivals, Bob Murawski, Filip Jan Rymsza


‘Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues’ Trailer: ‘Cobra Kai’ Gets Its Own Beat-Em-Up Video Game

It’s time to wax on, wax off your video game consoles. Cobra Kai, the acclaimed sequel series to the Karate Kid franchise, is getting its own beat-em-up video game, allowing you to fight Daniel LaRusso (or fight as Daniel) as much as you please. The trailer for the upcoming video game comes on the heels of Netflix releasing a Cobra Kai season 3 teaser trailer promoting the show’s move to the streaming giant after airing two well-received seasons on YouTube Premium. Watch the Cobra Kai: The Kara...
Tags: Movies, Video Games, Sports, Netflix, Nintendo, Video Clips, Daniel, Johnny, Okinawa, Miyagi, Cobra Kai, Ralph Macchio, Johnny Lawrence, Daniel Larusso, William Zabka, Josh Heald Jon Hurwitz


‘Tenet’ Behind-the-Scenes Featurette Shows How Nolan Pulled Off the Movie’s Biggest Stunts…in Reverse

As Warner Bros. forges ahead with the divisive U.S. theatrical rollout of Tenet, the studio is attempting to take our minds off the dangers surrounding releasing a movie in theaters amid an ongoing pandemic with a ritzy behind-the-scenes featurette. The new nine-minute clip goes into great detail about how “cinematic” and “game-changing” the Christopher Nolan espionage movie is, from its incredible stunts to its even more incredible scope. Watch the Tenet behind-the-scenes featurette below. ...
Tags: Christopher-Nolan, Movies, United States, Nolan, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Video Clips, Tenet, Action/Adventure, Behind the Scenes Footage, John David Washington, Jason Gorber, Kenneth Branagh Tenet


‘Get Duked!’ Clip: A Group of Teens Gets Lost in the Highlands in New Amazon Comedy

Later this week, an indie slasher comedy called Get Duked! hits Amazon Prime Video. Several /Film writers have seen and enjoyed movie, which has a sort of Attack the Block meets Ready or Not vibe to it, and today, we’re debuting a new clip from the film, which showcases some of the incredible accents and goofy comedy at the center of this mystery story. Here’s the movie’s official synopsis, which will provide some context for what you’re about to see: Dean, Duncan and DJ Beatroot are teenage ...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Movies, Horror, Glasgow, Eddie Izzard, Edinburgh, Highlands, Video Clips, Ninian Doff, Mykki Blanco, Ian, Boyz, Action/Adventure, Featured Stories Sidebar, Dean Duncan


New ‘Antebellum’ Clip Brings in a Creepy Child

There’s a rule written down somewhere that says if you’re making a horror movie, you really should consider including at least one creepy child. It can be a boy or a girl, but usually, it’s a creepy girl. Antebellum certainly got the memo, because the clip below does indeed feature a creepy little girl. And just to make things extra creepy, she’s wearing old-timey clothes, so you know something is seriously wrong here. Antebellum Clip Antebellum was originally supposed to hit theaters, ...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Horror, Janelle Monae, Video Clips, Lionsgate Films, Antebellum, Christopher Renz, Gerard Bush, Veronica Henley Janelle Monáe


‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’ Clip: Let’s Go Fly a Kite

The coronavirus pandemic has thrown a mountain-sized wrench into everyone’s year, revealing huge systemic problems and causing comparably insignificant annoyances along the way. Falling squarely in that latter category: several movies we really want to see still haven’t been released in the United States yet. Armando Iannucci‘s The Personal History of David Copperfield debuted at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival and received spectacular reviews (including from /Film’s Chris Evang...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Drama, United States, United Kingdom, Charles Dickens, Armando Iannucci, Fox Searchlight, Dev Patel, Stalin, Hugh-Laurie, Victorian England, Video Clips, Dickens, David Copperfield, Simon Blackwell


‘The X-Files’ Cast Reunites to Record Show’s Theme Song for Charity

Several cast members of The X-Files got together virtually recently – to sing. The gang put on a performance of the show’s iconic theme music, and while the original theme doesn’t have any lyrics, they found a way around that. And it was all in the name of charity! The recording was done to benefit World Central Kitchen, “an organization that focuses on assisting communities in crisis, to provide hot meals and creating smart solutions to hunger and poverty.” X-Files Cast Reunion Variety...
Tags: Vince Gilligan, Movies, Sci-fi, Video Clips, Chris Carter, Mark Snow, Frank Spotnitz, Michelle MacLaren, The-X-Files, Spotnitz, Rebecca McDonald, World Central Kitchen, X Files Cast Reunion Variety, Jennifer Large


‘Bill & Ted Face the Music’ Featurette Takes You Behind the Scenes With the Excellent Cast

There’s less than a week left until we can see Bill & Ted Face the Music. The long-awaited sequel finally arrives via On Demand and limited theatrical release next week, and to ramp up excitement for the feel-good sci-fi comedy, Orion Pictures has released a new behind-the-scenes featurette that gives the spotlight to the excellent cast led by Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves. Watch the Bill and Ted Face the Music featurette below. Bill and Ted Face the Music Featurette: Behind the Scenes W...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, China, Sci-fi, Ted, Sequels, Bill, Video Clips, Reeves, United Artists, Chris Matheson, William `` Bill, Bill Ted, Alex Winter, Dean Parisot, William Sadler


‘Antebellum’ Clip: “Things Are Not Always What They Appear to Be”

Ever since Antebellum came out of nowhere and surprised us with its first trailer in November, we’ve been eager to find out what exactly is happening in this mysterious new horror film. Now that we’re just under a month away from its newly-slated VOD release, Lionsgate is ramping up the movie’s marketing campaign with a new clip which seems to serve as a meta-commentary about the film’s mysterious premise. Antebellum Clip “Sometimes what looks like anger, is really just fear…” Watch the f...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Horror, South, Janelle Monae, Video Clips, Desmond, Richardson, Jena Malone, Veronica, Lionsgate Films, Marque Richardson, Antebellum, Christopher Renz, Gerard Bush, Christoper Renz Bush Renz


‘Bill & Ted Face the Music’ Clip: Bill and Ted Are Totally in Trouble

After years of waiting, Bill and Ted 3, AKA Bill & Ted Face the Music, is almost upon us. The long-awaited sequel is headed to On Demand next week, and ahead of that digital release, there’s a new clip featuring William “Bill” S. Preston Esq. (Alex Winter) and Theodore “Ted” Logan (Keanu Reeves) meeting up with Kristen Schaal, who plays the daughter of Rufus, the helpful futuristic character played by the late George Carlin in the previous two films. Bill and Ted Face the Music Clip  I ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Ted, George Carlin, Sequels, Bill, Keanu-Reeves, Video Clips, Kristen Schaal, Alex-Winter, Samara Weaving, Brigette Lundy Paine, Bill and Ted Face The Music, Bill Ted Face, Ted Face, Ted Face the Music


‘The New Mutants’ Tickets Go on Sale; Watch a New Video Introducing the Cast of the Latest X-Men Movie

The New Mutants has been kicking around 20th Century Fox (and now Walt Disney Pictures) for years now, and even though it’s been delayed over and over again, it’s finally coming to theaters next week. Seriously. To usher in the forthcoming theatrical release, The New Mutants has debuted a new cast featurette introducing the mutant characters of the X-Men spin-off. Plus, there are two new posters that continue to give off the horror vibe of the movie, and advance tickets have officially gone on ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Horror, Disney, Fox, Sequels, Poster, 20th Century Fox, Maisie Williams, Fandango, Video Clips, Dolby Cinema, Cinemark, Walt Disney Pictures, Comic Book/Superhero, Disney/Pixar


‘Lovecraft Country’ Featurette: At the Center of the Horror is a Story About Family

Lovecraft Country grapples with horrors both cosmic and real in the upcoming HBO series, which blends Lovecraftian horror with the disturbing racism of 1950s America. But the new HBO series from executive producers Misha Green, J.J. Abrams, and Jordan Peele, is more than just about the terrors that lurk around every corner in Jim Crow America. At its core, it’s a story about family, according to star Jurnee Smollett in a new Lovecraft Country featurette released ahead of the show’s highly antic...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Horror, America, Chicago, Williams, Video Clips, Atticus, Courtney, Abbey Lee, Lovecraft, Jordan Peele, Smollett, Hippolyta, Jim Crow America


Weezer Teams Up With Wyld Stallyns for a Most Excellent New Song for ‘Bill & Ted Face the Music’

It’s glorious to see Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter back in their roles as the happiest pair of bros, but it’s hard to shake the feeling that Bill & Ted Face the Music is the beginning of the end. To hammer home that feeling is a new Weezer song tied to the upcoming long-awaited sequel, titled — you guessed it — “Beginning of the End.” Watch the music video for “Beginning of the End” for Rivers Cuomo’s quarantine look, and stay for a Wyld Stallyns cameo. Weezer Bill and Ted Face the Music Son...
Tags: Movies, Time, Ted, Bill, Keanu Reeves, Cuomo, Weezer, Rivers Cuomo, Video Clips, Reeves, Christian Scott, Big Black Delta, United Artists, Chris Matheson, Wyld Stallyns, Alex Winter


The Making of Seth Rogen’s Dual Roles in ‘An American Pickle’ is More Impressive Than You Thought

Plenty of actors have played multiple characters that appear on screen together in the movies. Eddie Murphy in The Nutty Professor, Mike Myers in Austin Powers, and Michael Keaton in Multiplicity are just a few of the more famous examples. Traditionally this is achieved through a split screen process where the actor shoots the same scene multiple times as each different character on the same day and uses stand-ins for over-the-shoulder shots. But in the case of Seth Rogen‘s dual roles in An Ame...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Movies, America, Brooklyn, Sony, Seth-Rogen, Mike Myers, Michael Keaton, Austin Powers, Eddie Murphy, Video Clips, Rogen, Simon Rich, Herschel, Pickle


‘Mulan’ Music Video: Christina Aguilera Performs New Original Song ‘Loyal Brave True’

More than 2o years ago, Christina Aguilera performed the soaring ballad “Reflection,” written by Matthew Wilder and David Zippel for the soundtrack of Disney’s 1998 animated film Mulan, kickstarting her pop music career. “Reflection” was that rare Disney song to reflect contemporary pop sensibilities as well as being a damn good song, and deservedly went on to icon status. Now it seems Aguilera and Disney want to repeat the success of “Reflection” (for which Aguilera also recorded a new version...
Tags: Movies, Christina Aguilera, China, Disney, Williams, Mulan, Remakes, Video Clips, Caro, Aguilera, Imperial Army, Harry Gregson Williams, Matthew Wilder, Niki Caro, Disney/Pixar, Soundtracks


‘The One and Only Ivan’ Featurette Promises Plenty of Famous Voices

The One and Only Ivan is the latest Disney flick that was originally intended for theaters only to end up on Disney+. Based (loosely) on a true story, the star-studded family is about a 400-pound silverback gorilla who sounds exactly like Sam Rockwell, and also has a talent for drawing. Blending live-action and CGI, the film is adapted from the Newbery Medal-winning book by Katherine Applegate. A new One and Only Ivan featurette goes behind-the-scenes of the film, and features a moment where Br...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Angelina-Jolie, Bob, Ruby, Helen Mirren, Stella, Bryan Cranston, Danny DeVito, Mike White, Video Clips, Ivan, George, Murphy, Mack, Frankie


Get an Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Making of ‘The Sunlit Night’ Score

Sometimes the music can make or break the movie, and Jenny Slate-starring comedy-drama The Sunlit Night certainly has great music behind it. Directed by David Wnendt and scored by Enis Rotthoff, The Sunlit Night premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last year and finally received a VOD release last month. Now Scoring Records is set to release The Sunlit Night soundtrack this week. /Film has an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of The Sunlit Night score ahead of the soundtrack’s r...
Tags: Movies, Norway, Jenny Slate, Video Clips, David Wnendt, Soundtracks, Behind the Scenes Footage, The Sunlit Night, Enis Rotthoff, Rotthoff, Chamber String Orchestra


LOL: Watch ‘The Good Place’ Bloopers from the Fourth and Final Emmy-Nominated Season

The Good Place came to an end earlier this year long before 2020 became The Bad Place. Though it only lasted four seasons, the show went out on its own terms instead of being unceremoniously canceled, and it sent off all of the beloved characters in a wonderful fashion. But even though the fourth and final season was full of hilarious and touching moments, it took many, many mistakes to deliver those excellent episodes, as you can see in nearly 10 minutes of The Good Place bloopers below. Th...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, Lol, Video Clips, Janet, Shawn, Jason You, Arcy Carden, Jason Mantzoukas, Marc Evan Jackson, The Good Place