Jordan DeSaulnier

Jordan DeSaulnier

By now, you've seen the Fantastic Four teaser trailer and pictures of the cast in-costume, costumes that are a far cry from the blue spandex Marvel's First Family usually sport on the comic book page.

In keeping with the reboot's grittier tone, these superheroes wear black, insignia-less get-ups that Human Torch Michael B. Jordan has described as "containment suits."

According to no less a source than Miles Teller, however, Fantastic Four also includes more traditional costumes.

Just as one leg of the Spectre production kicks up a bit of controversy, 007 is smoldering and oh-so intense on an international poster that's all about Craig, Daniel Craig.

After a decade in development hell, Deadpool finally kicks off production in Vancouver this month.

Ryan Reynolds, the man emptying clips and spouting quips as Deadpool, is promising that next year's solo movie shows "slavish devotion" to the Marvel Comics character and, as such, ought to be embraced by even "the most critical of fanboys."

Furious 7 had its world premiere via a surprise midnight screening at SXSW last night and word from everybody in Austin is that this is exactly the fast, furious sequel we've all been waiting for.

If, like me, you could make it all the way to Austin, Texas this year, though, there's a consolation prize: an international trailer that really gets to the heart of what this franchise is all about.  Plus, there's also making-of featurette that goes behind the scenes of that beautifully ludicrous skydriving sequence.

Disney's enchanted pumpkin carriage ride continues.

The studio's latest lavish, live-action remake of a classic animated fairy tale had the magic touch at the box office this weekend, sliding on a glass slipper worth an enchanting $70 million.

That's how much the Kenneth Branagh-directed romance is estimated to have earned from 3,845 theaters in the U.S. and Canada, making it the number one movie in North America by a margin of damn near $60 million.

Friday, 13 March 2015 17:36

Woman in Gold

Synopsis: The incredible story of Maria Altmann, a Jewish refugee who is forced to flee Vienna during World War II. Decades later, determined to salvage some dignity from her past, Maria has taken on a mission to reclaim a painting the Nazis stole from her family: the famous Lady In Gold, a portrait of her beloved Aunt Adele. Partnering with an inexperienced but determined young lawyer, Maria embarks on an epic journey for justice 60 years in the making.

Friday, 13 March 2015 17:07

Effie Gray

Synopsis: A bold look at the real life story of the Effie Gray-John Ruskin marriage, while courageously exposing what was truly hiding behind the veil of their public life. Set in a time when neither divorce nor gay marriage were an option, this is the story of a young woman coming of age and finding her own voice in a world where women were expected to be seen but not heard.

Friday, 13 March 2015 16:58


Synopsis: In a fateful bumper car collision, Jake and Ella meet and become the most loving couple in the long history of Romance.But when a scheming “other” woman drives a wedge of jealousy into their perfect courtship, insecurity spells out an untimely fate.With only the help of a disgraced magician and his forbidden “soul machine,” Ella takes the form of Jake's numerous lovers, desperately fighting through malfunction and deceit as they try to reclaim their destiny.

Friday, 13 March 2015 16:52

The Living

Synopsis: After an alcohol induced blacked-out night of drinking, Teddy discovers he has severely beaten his wife, Molly. As he attempts to redeem himself to her she must decide whether or not she will take him back. Her mother, Angela, continuously expresses her disapproval while her brother, Gordon, falls in way over his head as he tries to hire an ex-con, Howard, to kill Teddy.

Friday, 13 March 2015 16:48

Lambert & Stamp

Synopsis: Tells the remarkable story of Chris Stamp and Kit Lambert, aspiring filmmakers from opposite sides of the tracks who set out to find a subject for their underground movie, leading them to discover, mentor and manage the iconic band that would become known as The Who. Inspired by the burgeoning 1960s youth culture, they found in the 'High Numbers' a rebellious restlessness that was just what they were looking for. Rechristening them 'The Who', they quickly scrapped the idea of making a movie and imbued into the process their unusual chemistry, filmic ideas, stylish dress and outrageous performance. They forged a complex and moving relationship, deeply tragic and brilliantly comedic, fueling the band's artistic development and leaving an indelible imprint on its time and generations to come.

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