Karl Urban May Return in Judge Dredd TV Series


Karl Urban May Return in Judge Dredd TV Series

Back in 2012, Karl Urban starred in the critically-acclaimed movieDredd 3D, which was beloved by critics, and the very few fans who actually went to see the movie. The reboot posted an impressive 78% Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, but it only made $13.4 million domestically and $35.6 million worldwide, from a $50 million budget. Despite the financial failure, there has been talk of a possible sequel for quite some time. As it turns out, the character may actually be eyeing a return on the small screen instead

Last month, Dredd star Karl Urban hinted on his verified Twitter page that he would love to make a sequel with streaming giants such as Netflix of Amazon, teasing that there is a “gold mine of awesomeMega City 1 stories...

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Box Office Report: Who Is Angrier at the Box Office — the Birds or the Superheroes?


Here’s your estimated 3-day box office returns (new releasesbolded):

1. The Angry Birds Movie – $39.0 million ($39.0 million total)

2. Captain America: Civil War – $33.1 million ($347.3 million total)

3. Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising – $21.7 million ($21.7 million total)

4. The Nice Guys – $11.2 million ($11.2 million total)

5. The Jungle Book – $11.0 million ($327.4 million total)

6. Money Monster – $7.0 million ($27.1 million total)

7. The Darkness – $2.3 million ($8.4 million total)

8. Zootopia – $1.7 million ($334.4 million total)

9. The Huntsman: Winter’s War – $1.1 million ($46.6 million total)

10. Mother’s Day – $1.1 million ($31.2 million total)

The Big Stories

This weekend’s numbers begins a fascinating question about this most important season for Hollywood and its studios: Just h...

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9 Ways Suicide Squad Will Crush Captain America: Civil War


9 Ways Suicide Squad Will Crush Captain America: Civil War

The late, groundbreaking producer Julia Philips referenced the following saying in her book You’ll Never Eat Lunch In This Town Again: ‘If you can’t be the best, be first’. By this logic, the cinematic smack-down between Captain America: Civil War and Suicide Squad is already over. Why? Well, Civil War comes out May 6 and Suicide Squad drops August 5.

To that end, considering that the films come out three months apart, this really isn’t a fair fight. We’ll only know which film did better by the box office receipts that are tallied. At present, word of mouth on Captain America: Civil War is quite good. Suicide Squadhas had decent word of mouth, but it seems that there are many things working against it.

First of all, it is has to live up to Heath Ledger’s Joker...

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Neil Patrick Harris as Count Olaf Revealed in A Series of Unfortunate Events


Ever since beloved actor Neil Patrick Harris was cast as Count Olaf in Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, fans have been curious about what the actor will look like in full costume. Now that production is under way in Vancouver, the first set photos have arrived, and fans may have to do a double-take, because NPH is barely recognizable as the nefarious Count Olaf. Filming has been under way all this month, but today is the first time we’ve gotten to see the actor on set.

VanCity Buzz reports that the scene involves Neil Patrick Harris getting out of a vehicle before entering a building to purchase a new disguise...

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Top 5 The Most Anticipated Sci Fi films 2016


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9 Times Leonardo DiCaprio Should Have Won an Oscar


9 Times Leonardo DiCaprio Should Have Won an Oscar

Woulda, coulda, shoulda. Leonardo DiCaprio is no stranger to theAcademy Awards. In fact, the 41-year-old actor has received a total of five nominations for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor by the Academy over the years. But he has yet to take an Oscar home. All might change this year: Up for grabs is the Best Actor award for his role in The Revenant. Will 2016 be this actor’s lucky year?

Acting since the age of 5 (his first appearances include the TV shows Romper Room and Growing Pains), Leonardo DiCaprio has ranked up quite a career, acting in the second highest grossing film of all time (Titanic), which incidentally won a record-tying eleven awards that year, but none in the Actor categories.

Shortly after making his big screen debut in 1991 in the direct-to-film sci-fi horror Critt...

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Netflix’s Iron Fist Adds Jessica Jones Star Carrie-Anne Moss


Marvel’s Iron Fist, coming soon to Netflix, just got some extra legal expertise with the addition of Carrie-Anne Moss to the cast! Moss will reprise her role as lawyer Jeri Hogarth, first seen in Marvel’s Jessica Jones before also appearing in the Season 2 finale of Marvel’s Daredevil, to provide Danny Rand (Finn Jones) with help as he returns to New York. Here’s what Jeph Loeb, executive producer and Head of Marvel Television, had to say about the casting in a statement.

“Carrie-Anne has fast become a fan-favorite part of our street level saga, and we share our viewers’ excitement in bringing her intoMarvel’s Iron Fist. As Marvel fans know, Hogarth in the comics plays a critical role in the life of Danny Rand so it seems only fitting that Carrie-Anne join in.”

In Marvel’s Iron Fist, Dann...

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2016 Oscar Predictions


2016 Oscar Predictions

The end of every year naturally leads into the next, but it also marks the start of a very important time in Hollywood: awards season. The critics have chimed in with their top 10 picks throughout December, and now the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences members will chime in with their picks for the best of the best in 2015. The nominations will be announced on Thursday, January 15, but what’s the fun of just waiting for the Academy to tell us what is right? While we wait for the Oscar nominations to roll in, we have pored over all of this year’s critical darlings, and, through a highly-scientific method (i.e. educated guessing), we’re presenting our predictions for the 88th Annual Academy Award nominations and winners.

Now, even the most esteemed of pundits aren’t usually 100...

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16 Scariest Horror Movies Coming This Year


16 Scariest Horror Movies Coming This Year

Another year brings many movies to the multiplex. Romantic comedies, action flicks, superhero blockbusters and Oscar Bait. But perhaps most exciting of all are the new horror movies! Making 2016 even more special than past years is the amount of scary thrillers that are continuing stories from this millennium. And if that weren’t cool enough, we’re even getting an all-new remake from a movie that just came out this past decade.

Horror movies are special because no matter how many times we’re scared by something, we can still be scared by the exact same thing again! The fact that we willingly subject ourselves to this is also a curious phenomenon...

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Movie News: Joss Whedon Teases His Next Movie; The Big Winner at Cannes


Avengers: Age of Ultron

Joss Whedon: After making last year’s highly successful Avengers: Age of Ultron (above), director Joss Whedon decided to walk away from superhero movies. Whedon says he’s now working on an original screenplay about “a girl who goes through some unbelievable s***. … I’m just writing about something I care about, so it’s a little terrifying and it’s taking a little longer. But I think it will be good!” [The Wrap]

Ewan McGregor

Fargo: Ewan McGregor will star in Fargo. The third season of the television series, inspired by the 1996 feature film, will revolve around brothers Emmit and Ray Stussy, one more successful than the other. McGregor will portray both characters. Production is expected to begin later this year for a planned premiere on the FX network next year. [Deadline]

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