You thought you were already as psyched as you could be for Crimson Peak, the next movie from modern master Guillermo del Toro.

You've been counting down the days until del Toro's first grown-up movie in the English language hit theaters in October, putting big Sharpie® X's on your calender in anticipation of the haunted house thriller, which stars Tom Hiddleston, Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, and Charlie Hunnam.

Your wait is about to feel a whole lot longer, because two of the biggest names in genre fiction are singing the praises of Crimson PeakStephen King – the author who has sold 400 million copies and made himself synonymous with creepy, soulful storytelling  – and Joe Hill – an up and comer who somehow gets better with every book  – have seen Crimson Peak, and they both love it.

If you already know you're going to see Insidious: Chapter 3, maybe skip the new trailer, which spoils quite a few solid scares.

With Cinderella dominating the box office, Disney is confident as all hell about its next high profile live-action fairy tale remake.

The studio has announced a March 17, 2017 release date for Beauty and the Beast, right as the new musical adds some serious ammunition to its acting ensemble.

The cast of this Beauty and the Beast is already plenty fierce, with Emma Watson and Dan Stevens (yeah, everybody loves Matthew Crawley, but have you seen The Guest?) set to star as Belle and Beast, respectively, with erstwhile Bard the Bowman Luke Evans as exceptional expectorater Gaston.

Now, the supporting cast is filling out in A-list fashion, with Emma Thompson, Kevin Kline, and Josh Gad all joining the ensemble.

Another new Avengers: Age of Ultron poster has arrived, showcasing teen heartthrob/vibranium villain Ultron.

That's not all, either, because all-star composer Danny Elfman has clarified just what he's doing contributing music to the Marvel sequel.


Disney has unveiled two more Avengers: Age of Ultron character posters featuring two of the new heavy hitters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver, played by Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson, respectively.

Every boxing movie made in the last thirty-five years owes a profound debt to Raging Bull, arguably the greatest portrait of a pugilist ever committed to film.

So the Mike Tyson biopic that's been a-brewing for the last few years has landed a knockout punch before shooting even starts: Martin Scorsese is set to direct the true-life sports drama, according to Jamie Foxx.

You can't teach an old dog new tricks, as the saying goes, and it might just be true.  But what if the old dog wakes up from a coma with a whole new bag of tricks?

In the upcoming crime thriller Laugh Killer Laugh, the dog in question isn't a dog at all, but a hardened criminal who throws the East Coast criminal underworld when he unexpectedly gains a whole new outlook on life.

William Forsythe, the intimidating, live-wire character actor you'll remember fondly from turns in The Rock, Raising Arizona, Out for Justice, and HBO's Boardwalk Empire, takes center stage in Laugh Killer Laugh.

He stars as Frank stone, a veteran jewel thief who is "a very deeply disturbed, anti-social, milquetoast who finds no joy or humor in anything - until he awakens from a deep coma with a changed personality."

Frank's sudden and profound change has profound implications for his friends, enemies, and associates, all of whom are played by a top-notch ensemble that includes the likes of Tom Sizemore (Saving Private Ryan), Bianca Hunter (The Fighter), Victor Colicchio (Inside Man), Kevin Corrigan (Winter's Tale), Robert McNaughton (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial), Larry Romano (Donnie Brasco), Artie Lange (Rescue Me), and Mike Carlsen (Netflix's upcoming Daredevil series).

The film is the latest from writer-director Kamal Ahmed, the man behind 2012's action-packed crime saga 1,000 Times More Brutal, as well as the 2000 documentary Artists of Hell's Kitchen.

ITN Distribution is set to release Laugh Killer Laugh in theaters and premium VOD on April 24th.

In anticipation of that release next month, iamROGUE is pleased to premiere the exclusive poster and no fewer than 15 exclusive official stills from Laugh Killer Laugh.

A quartet of new images from this summer's Fantastic Four display the latest in superhero fashion.

While the Avengers and their ilk favor bold, colorful costumes, Miles Teller, Kate Mara, and Michael B. Jordan all sport dark black outfits in the reboot of Marvel's First Family.

When he wasn't dropping Star Wars newsbombs this morning, Disney CEO Bob Iger confirmed that a sequel to Frozen is indeed in development at Walt Disney Animation Studios.

Next year's Star Wars spinoff, the first standalone adventure in a new cinematic universe, has a title, one that suits us just fine.

Disney CEO Bob Iger announced this morning that Gareth Edwards' mysterious space opera is officially called Star Wars: Rogue One

Yes, like iamROGUE, Star Wars is going Rogue.

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