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Good Afternoon, Here’s Footage of a Shark Fighting A T-Rex From the Final Sharknado Film

For years, the Sharknado film series has offered some of the most ridiculous nonsense to ever grace television. A one-off attempt at B-movie glory that struck apparent gold for Syfy, the series is now six movies deep, and, well, there’s only so much left to do. Read More >>

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Let’s Discuss Ant-Man and the Wasp’s Post Credit Scenes

Now that Ant-Man and the Wasp has finally been in UK cinemas for a couple of weeks, we have to talk about its impact on the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, particularly what’s revealed in the credits scenes. Read More >>

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Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder Might Actually be Married, and it’s All Dracula’s Fault

Horror movies bring people together. Cuddling on the couch during the jump scares. Getting accidentally married for real on the set of your gothic horror film. Wait, is that last one not normal? Read More >>

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Warner Bros. Considered a Catwoman Solo Movie Starring Michelle Pfeiffer

While there have been plenty of depictions of Batman on the silver screen to pick from, there’s really only ever been one cinematic Catwoman who captured the world’s imagination and it turns out that at one point in time, Warner Bros. considered giving her a solo movie. Read More >>

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Rare Movie Posters Go Up For Auction in London, Including the World’s First

Rare movie posters are going up for sale later this month in a Sotheby’s auction that includes a very special find: the world’s first movie poster, according to the Guardian, created in 1895. Read More >>

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A Star Wars Production Designer Says a Now-Halted Spinoff Was Headed to Tatooine

The future of Star Wars is very busy right now. Rumours have been swirling for months that Disney and Lucasfilm stopped production on some or all of the Star Wars Story spinoff films as they focus on the new franchises from Rian Johnson and the guys behind Game of Thrones. Lucasfilm insiders have denied this, but a Star Wars production designer confirmed that he was working on a project that’s been put on hold. A spinoff that included Luke Skywalker’s home planet Tatooine. Read More >>

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How Weta’s VFX Team Brought the Most Epic Moments of Avengers: Infinity War to Life

Avengers: Infinity War hits Blu-ray and DVD on September 3, which means it’s time to sit down and spend multiple hours watching your favourite Marvel movie heroes get beaten into bloody pulps by Thanos all over again. They’ve done so in a rather beautiful manner thanks to the work of Weta VFX — and we sat down with Visual Effects Supervisor Matt Aitken to learn more. We’ve also got an exclusive look at the team’s fantastic before-and-after work. Read More >>

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Yes, the New Predator Movie Has Predator Dogs

Any dog lovers out there? You might want to start lining up for The Predator. Read More >>

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Report: After Taking a Meeting With James Gunn, Disney Still Isn’t Bringing Him Back for Guardians Vol. 3

In the wake of Marvel cutting James Gunn from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 after controversial tweets of his were resurfaced by alt-right figures, the film’s tight-knit cast has been openly advocating for the studio to bring the director back. Long story short? Still not gonna happen. Read More >>

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How VFX Artists Created the Nanotech-Powered Iron Man Suit in Avengers: Infinity War

Has any character in film history had more costume changes than Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark? In Avengers: Infinity War, he debuts his Iron Man Mark L armour (which, if he stayed true to the Roman numerals, is the 50th version of the super suit) packed with advanced nanotechnology that visual effects studio Framestore helped make look tantalisingly real. Read More >>

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John Krasinski Is a Killer Robot In Netflix’s New Animated Film, Next Gen

In Next Gen, a young girl befriends a hyper-intelligent killer robot voiced by John Krasinski, and the pair team up to save the world from a madman. Read More >>

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I Can’t Stop Thinking About How the Predator Would Eat Sushi

Consuming food is, for the most part, straightforward. The meal is put in the mouth, it moves through the oesophagus, it winds up in the stomach. Digestion occurs. But that’s because most creatures that consume food have a fairly straightforward anatomy that best suits their consumption needs. The Predator does not, and I can’t stop thinking about how the heck it would eat a piece of sushi. Read More >>

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Mulan Has Arrived in This Very First Look at Disney’s Live-Action Film

Disney just announced production has begun on Niki Caro’s highly-anticipated live-action version of Mulan, and released the first photo of actress Liu Yifei as the title character. That’s her above, obviously, looking as fierce and badass as one would have hoped. Read More >>

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Watch the Alternate, Gruesome Climax of the Cult Classic Alien Film Mac and Me

Oh, you thought sending a kid in a wheelchair careening off a giant cliff was bad enough? A new clip has surfaced from the iconically bad ‘80s film, Mac and Me, and let’s just say child murder was apparently not off the table for this family-friendly fare. Read More >>

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The Live-Action Kim Possible Movie Will Have One Important Tie to the Original

Among the people I know who grew up watching Kim Possible, news of Disney making a live-action movie has been somewhat controversial. The original, after all, so effectively alchemised so many elements that made it work way better than it had any right to. Read More >>