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The Outrun Trailer and Poster Previews Saoirse Ronan Drama

Studiocanal has revealed the first The Outrun trailer and poster. Based on the best-selling novel by Amy Liptrot, the drama stars Saoirse Ronan as Rona, a woman out of rehab for alcoholism who travels to the Orkney Islands. The personal trip becomes one of self-discovery as she grapples with her addiction. View the trailer and […]

Under Paris Under Threat as Netflix Shark Movie Faces Lawsuit

Netflix’s French shark movie Under Paris could be removed from the service almost immediately after its June 5, 2024, release. A legal case is claiming it steals from another writer’s original idea. Writer and director Vincent Dietschy says the feature resembles a project he began working on in 2011, Silure. It takes inspiration from Steven […]

Viggo Mortensen Says He’d Return to Lord of the Rings as Aragorn

Viggo Mortensen’s beloved Lord of the Rings character could return to the big screens as the actor himself has shown interest in coming back. With Warner Bros. developing Lord of the Rings: The Hunt for Gollum, people wondering whether any original characters such as Aragorn will be back have got a partial answer from Mortensen. […]

Mike Flanagan Confirmed to Direct New The Exorcist Movie as Trilogy Plans Scrapped

After speculation arose earlier this month, it’s now been confirmed Doctor Sleep’s Mike Flanagan is helming a new The Exorcist movie. What’s more, it won’t be The Exorcist Deceiver as Blumhouse’s Exorcist Trilogy plans have been scrapped. Flanagan will add to his roster of horror author adaptations by tackling a standalone movie based on the […]

Arthur the King Blu-ray Review: Great Bonus Features Aid True Story

The Arthur the King Blu-ray is now available following the film’s theatrical release earlier this year. Based on the remarkable true story of adventure racer Mikael Lindnord, the film is an inspirational drama about the bond between man and dog and what really matters in life. Starring Mark Wahlberg, the gripping dog movie directed by […]

Deuce Bigalow 3: Original Director Gives Idea for Sequel to Rob Schneider Comedy

Rob Schneider‘s Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo franchise ended following a second film in 2005. However, director Mike Mitchell recently shared his idea for what a third film would’ve been like. Speaking to ComingSoon, Mitchell — who directed the first movie in the franchise, 1999’s Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo — joked that it’s time for a […]

Just Cause Movie: Blue Beetle Director to Helm Video Game Adaptation From David Leitch

After directing last year’s Blue Beetle movie for DC Studios, Ángel Manuel Soto has finally found his next major directorial project in the form of the long-delayed Just Cause movie. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Soto has been tapped to helm Universal Pictures’ live-action Just Cause movie, based on Square Enix’s action-adventure video game series. […]

Even George Lucas Can’t Save Beverly Hills Cop III 30 Years Later

The first two Beverly Hills Cop movies are excellent, even if part two didn’t have that same originality and tightly written script, it was entertaining, but that’s probably where they should have stopped. Ten years after the first movie, Detective Axel Foley is called back on duty after a simple raid he’s in charge of […]

A Quiet Place: Day One MPA Rating Revealed for Horror Prequel

The official film rating for Paramount Pictures’ forthcoming horror prequel A Quiet Place: Day One has officially been revealed. According to Film Ratings, the Motion Picture Association has granted A Quiet Place: Day One a PG-13 rating for “terror and violent content/bloody images.” The Lupita Nyong’o led prequel movie is currently slated to hit the […]