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The trailer for the horror flick Ouija has debuted, and don't forget to recite the film’s tagline when watching it, “Remember, it’s just a game!”
The legendary “game” that is used to contact the dead that has been played for centuries has always been considered for a film, but the exact who, why, what, where and when had to be worked out. And judging by the above trailer, it appears that it found the right producers in the team over at Blumhouse Productions (Paranormal Activity, Insidious) and Platinum Dunes.
Ouija follows a group of pals who desire to contact one of their friends who recently perished. Olivia Cooke leads the young cast in the film that arrives October 24, just in time for Halloween!
Ouija has also released a series of stills and its first poster which can be viewed in the slideshow below.
Hey guys, given that this is a horror movie, is this "game" such a good idea to play in a dark deserted house where somebody killed themselves -- after playing the game!
Guardians of the Galaxy is arriving in mere weeks and Marvel Studios is putting the final touches on introducing the world to its newest band of superheroes.
Vin Diesel voices Groot, and when Guardians of the Galaxy premieres August 1, we have a feeling that he will be among the favorites... right alongside his partner in crime, Rocket Raccoon (voiced by Bradley Cooper).
The human stars of the film include Chris Pratt as Quill/Star Lord, Zoe Saldana as Gamora and Dave Bautista as Drax.
What is so fascinating about the character of Groot is he only says one thing, as shown in the above trailer... "I am Groot."
We're curious to see how that goes! As long as he brings the kick-assery, who cares what he says?!
The ship of our heroes, The Guardians of the Galaxy, takes off for action.
A superhero movie is only as good as its villains. And for Guardians of the Galaxy, with three devious devils wielding the evil, that should mean it’s going to be a great Marvel superhero movie!
The bad guys (and one girl) of Guardians of the Galaxy are getting their own character posters, as the publicity ramp-up hits a fever pitch for the August 1 release.
Lee Pace is Ronan the Accuser, our lead villain. And he is joined by Nebula, played by Karen Gillian, and Djimon Hounsou as Korath.
Is it August 1 yet?
Before The Conjuring, there was just Annabelle. The film spin-off/prequel to James Wan’s massive hit The Conjuring is hitting theaters in time for Halloween.
The Annabelle trailer has just premiered, and if you remember that doll from The Conjuring, prepare to be scared anew by the porcelain terror.
Annabelle stars Annabelle Wallis and Ward Horton and is directed by the cinematographer for The Conjuring, John Leonetti.
Goosebumps is coming to the big screen, and for the tens of millions who have bought R.L. Stine’s book series, you might be surprised that the main character in the movie will be the author! Columbia Pictures has released the first two photos of Jack Black as R.L. Stine from the movie that is landing August 7, 2015.
Fans can see some footage from the film as Goosebumps is at Comic-Con on Thursday!
See, Black plays Stine and the film imagines a world where his haunting creations come to life! We think this plot line is a stroke of genius. Black was talking with Entertainment Weekly about the flick and explains how his character (the author) works into the story.
"I play R.L. Stine, who’s not in any of the books, but he’s an essential character in this movie, which is all about when all of his characters come to life. It was kind of a great way to bring out all of the scary beasts and monsters from all of his books in one movie," Black said.
Black then explained why he thinks kids adore the books and clearly why they will cherish the Goosebumps movie.
"Kids like scary movies, but you can’t take them to what are the big scary movies now where Satan comes out and bites your genitals off,” Black said.
“Those movies can actually leave you mentally scarred; that’s not for kids. But kids still like to get a little thrill and a little danger, so you need projects like this."
Check out Black in one of our favorites films and watch Kung Fu Panda online.
R.L. Stine is the star of his own story, with Jack Black playing him of course.
Hollywood history is certainly filled with some incredibly terrible movies. But, what if a film is so bad it's actually good?
We look back over the last 100 years of cinema and have come up with 13 movies that critical and audience consensus tell us we should not waste our time seeing them.
Watch Battleship online for just one example of that fact. But yet, why can't we look away? And, heaven forbid, we even go back and watch them again! Nicolas Cage has had a few of these types of movies, but when you watch Ghost Rider online, it's easily the best of his worst!
Sometimes a movie is so bad that it's great fun! We found 13 movies that embody that sentiment, and another example of that can be seen when you watch Abduction online and witness Taylor Lautner following up his Twilight success with an action movie that plays like a great comedy!
Click through and enjoy our 13 movies that are so bad they're good.
Hey, any time that Arnold Schwarzenegger can have fun with his persona, we're on board. Yes, Last Action Hero is not a very good movie by any stretch of the imagination. But, there is something truly fun about watching him lampoon himself.
For The Purge: Anarchy star Zach Gilford, the joy of being in a big time summer movie sequel was not the only joy of making the horror flick.
We caught up with Gilford, the former star of Friday Night Lights, for an exclusive video interview where he extolled the joyous virtues and the rarest of gifts of making a movie with his real life wife, Kiele Sanchez.
“We’re going to be able to show this to our kids,” Gilford said. “They’ll be like, ‘What is this crazy movie you were in!'"
As you can see in that first The Purge: Anarchy trailer, Gilford and Sanchez play a married couple whose marriage is on the ropes. As the clock ticks towards the annual Purge -- where all crime is legal for 12 hours -- their car breaks down!
Lucky for them, they run into Frank Grillo!
While they are avoiding those that want them dead on this awful night, the two are fighting with each other and finding ways to either give up on their marriage or make it work. It was something Gilford and Sanchez felt comfortable doing.
“Those scenes where they’re not getting along, everybody’s gotten in an argument -- so we know how to do it,” he admitted.
“And it made us laugh at ourselves afterwards. It was a little therapeutic!”
Prepare for The Purge: Anarchy and watch The Purge online!
What's with the masks on The Purge? I mean, if murder and mayhem is legal, why you hiding behind a mask tough guy?!
Gandalf and Bard look like they’re in the midst of one of those classic Middle Earth battles in the first still to land from Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.
Luke Evans is back as Bard and of course Ian McKellen reprises his role as Gandalf.
They’ve come a long way in this The Hobbit journey and they are oh-so close to defeating the evil Smaug, But as you can see when you watch The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug online, the evil dragon has broken loose and is about to cause even more hell for Middle Earth.
Jackson is bringing The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies to Comic-Con and the below photo premiered on EW as part of their Comic-Con preview. Movie Fanatic will be there, and will bring you all the news you want from not only this final The Hobbit movie, but dozens of others as well!
See how it all began and watch The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey online.
Luke Evans and Ian McKellen star in the first photo from Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.
Jake Kasdan has got a really good thing with Sex Tape stars Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel -- you can even see it in that first Sex Tape trailer!. We met Kasdan for an exclusive interview to talk about his latest comedy and wondered when he could tell that the talented trio had something special.
Kasdan, Segel and Diaz first hooked up on the highly successful Bad Teacher and it was in the early days of shooting that comedy that he knew he needed a film where his stars could share more than a few scenes. Kasdan talks about how Sex Tape filled that need and why his R-rated comedies must have heart, and that is a standard for all Kasdan comedies.
The director also dished how he chooses TV or film for his next project (he’s behind New Girl among other things), as well as how it was more than growing up in the household that includes Star Wars: Episode VII screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan as his father that made him pursue a life as a storyteller.
Movie Fanatic: There’s such an ease to Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel together and we’ve seen it in Bad Teacher and now in Sex Tape. When did you first notice that? Was it during rehearsals for Bad Teacher or where?
Jake Kasdan: It’s a lucky thing. Jason and I go way back from Freaks and Geeks. I’ve known, since then, that he’s one of the funniest guys in the world and also just a great actor. He’s so funny that people don’t realize what a great actor he is and they’re about to. Between Sex Tape and another thing he has coming up, Jason is in a great zone right now. Cameron and I had never met before Bad Teacher, but had an instantaneous connection and meeting of the minds. Over the course of Bad Teacher, we saw that Jason and Cameron had an effortless flow that is about a commonness in what kind of actors they are and what their sense of humor is and what kind of people they are. That they would be so magical together was a surprise and this seemed like a great opportunity.
Movie Fanatic: They have a lot more screen time together in this.
Jake Kasdan: That’s a thing. They only had like six scenes together in Bad Teacher. One of the things that was so attractive about this is that they would be together the whole time and we could go deeper in completely different characters and completely different material. They’re both R-rated comedies, but they’re such different movies. It would give us a new forum for what they do so well.
Movie Fanatic: Something that is very present in Sex Tape and was in Bad Teacher too is a lot of heart. Is that a conscious thing that is always part of a Kasdan comedy?
Jake Kasdan: I hook into everything I work on, even wild comedy like this, at its emotional core. That’s the thing that makes me think I can make the movie. The thing that is so attractive about this idea and this movie is that aspects of it were so embedded in this big comedy idea. You could do this sweet story about a couple trying to take care of their sex life and their relationship within the broader context of this wild ride that would be fun to watch. If you did that with the right balance, both aspects would be better.
Movie Fanatic: I was curious about you. Growing up as the son of Lawrence Kasdan, there are any number of avenues you could have gone down. What was it about the life of a storyteller that you found irresistible?
Jake Kasdan: It’s one of those things where I grew up around it and I could see it was great work and you’re fortunate to do it if you have the opportunity. That was always how my dad treated it in my house -- it was a gift and the best gig in the world. And it looked appealing in that way. The life part of it truly fascinated me. Then, you get older and it becomes a question of whether that is something that you are going to try to do and then in the course of trying, I discovered that I really loved the actual work of it, the endeavor, the writing. I loved specifically the kick of making people laugh. I just kept going.
Movie Fanatic: You work both in television and on films over the years. How does a story strike you that you have to work on it, and how do you decide what format it will take?
Jake Kasdan: Usually with comedy it comes down to something that makes you laugh in a unique perspective that feels unique. With TV, I respond to really good writers writing the right thing, and that’s what gets you in the door, and then it becomes about who’s in it. TV has to be a living thing, hopefully, for a really long time that movies don’t have to be. With movies, it is purely about what speaks to me.
Check out Kasdan, Diaz and Segel's first work and watch Bad Teacher online.
Ian McDiarmid famously played Senator Palpatine, who would become Emperor Plapatine, in the Star Wars films. Now, we all know and this really isn’t a spoiler, that he perishes at the end of Return of the Jedi.
But, given how the spin-off films are going in an origins directions, is it possible that the man who gave us the devilishly fantastical way of saying “your friends” will be back?
“I’m definitely not in Episode VII. As you know, he’s dead by then! I know, we believe in reincarnation, and holograms,” he said to a gathering at London Film and Comic-Con event.
Given that Josh Trank and Gareth Edwards have been hired to pen spin-offs that we think will focus on Boba Fett and Han Solo, i.e. a world where Palpatine still rules the universe, there is a huge possibility that our favorite emperor will be back.
“They are going to take many twists on the story as the years go on, and I guess they may go back to a time,” he said. “I’m speaking off the top of my head -- [of] when the Emperor ran the universe. And I don’t want anyone else to play him, do I?"
He is clearly one of our favorite characters in the Star Wars universe, the ones in the below slideshow however, are not.
Maybe it was how it was written. Perhaps, it was how it was played by Jake Lloyd... and maybe it was both. But young Anakin Skywalker, known as Ani, was just plain awful. .. and annoying!
When we caught up with Dane Cook for Planes, he had high hopes that people would identify with the story of his Dusty, a crop duster with dreams of something bigger. Audiences turned out in droves and the film became a blockbuster.
Now, Cook and Dusty are back in Planes: Fire and Rescue and we asked him in our exclusive video interview what he thought it was about the story of Dusty that so resonated with people. “That message of what can I do beyond my own belief system,” he said is what most resonated. “That’s where we wanted to go with Dusty is how can he find his true voice.”
In the sequel, teased in the Planes: Fire and Rescue trailer, Dusty selflessly enlists to train to be a firefighting aircraft to help his home airport and to save lives in the process. That aspect, paying a tribute the real life people who run into danger when people are running away, is a special moment in the career of this stand-up turned movie star.
“We want to put a spotlight on what these brave men and women do day-in and day-out,” Cook admitted.
Watch Planes online and see how Dusty first took flight and then check out Planes: Fire and Rescue in theaters July 18.
We’ve gotten a whole lot of Avengers: Age of Ultron this week and we at Movie Fanatic could not be more thrilled. As Comic-Con nears and the cast is set to descend on San Diego and tell us and all those gathered what to expect from the sequel to The Avengers, we have an additional bit of information from Joss Whedon that is utterly fascinating.
Hot off those first Avengers: Age of Ultron stills, we have news from Whedon as to where Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) fit into the highly anticipated sequel that lands May 1, 2015.
"They're on Team Ultron,” Whedon told EW in their Comic-Con preview issue.
“Which makes things really hard for the Avengers because all of sudden they’re dealing with powers that they’re not used to. With The Avengers, everybody pretty much had the power of being able to punch somebody, and now we have a woman who can get inside your head and move objects, and a boy that can move faster than anything, and a robot [Ultron] who can self-replicate and is out of his mind. So all of sudden, it's a darker, weirder, tougher world that they’re living in."
The man who is Quicksilver also added his two cents as to what people can expect from a Quicksilver that sounds wildly different than the one we saw in X-Men: Days of Future Past.
"There's a lot of clashing. He's quick tempered. He gets agitated. He's impatient. But he's super protective. They're very yin-and-yang in that twin sense,” Taylor-Johnson said. “In his power, he's physical and she's psychological. My character is very much on the frontline, but he can be quite emotional. You see this beautiful tenderness between them."
Watch The Avengers online and stay with Movie Fanatic for all sorts of news on Avengers: Age of Ultron and dozens of other films one week from today at Comic-Con!
The boys will be boys shot from the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron.
In honor of Columbia Pictures bringing Pixels to Comic-Con next week, the film has released its first photo (via EW) of stars Adam Sandler, Josh Gad, Peter Dinklage and Michelle Monaghan. The concept of Chris Columbus’ film sounds sublime.
The president (Kevin James) is in a bind. The world is being invaded by aliens who have misinterpreted classic video game signals as an initiation of hostilities towards them. In response, they invade our planet in the form of these classic video games, and the president’s only hope is to call in his childhood best friend (Sandler) who was a video game whiz.
Sandler brings together an all-star team of old school arcade veterans, and together, they may just be what we need to save the planet.
The fact that Columbus is back behind the camera thrills us to no end. The man behind some of our favorites that can be seen when you watch The Goonies online and watch Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone online is one of our faves.
Look for Pixels May 15, 2015, and look for us to bring you much more from this title as it arrives at Comic-Con.
In honor of The Boxtrolls heading to Comic-Con, Focus Features and LAIKA have released four character posters that show a quartet of characters from the wildly anticipated movie getting ready to invade San Diego.
The filmmakers who brought us Coraline and ParaNorman are back, as teased in The Boxtrolls trailer, and they are coming to Comic-Con in all sorts of ways.
The most exciting one has to be their appearance in Hall H on July 26 from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. that will feature filmmakers as well as voice talents such as Sir Ben Kingsley, Elle Fanning, and Isaac Hempstead Wright.
Fans also can live (i.e. eat!) like a Boxtroll as Bug Chef David George Gordon will be cooking up some of his signature Boxtrolls-like fare at Petco Park on Friday afternoon.
Watch Coraline online to get a feel for the magic you’re in for when The Boxtrolls lands in theaters September 26. And get down to San Diego for Comic-Con and we’ll see ya there!
In honor of the arrival of the next great film from one of our favorite filmmakers, Luc Besson, we are proud to present an exclusive giveaway for Lucy!
Lucy stars Scarlett Johansson as the title character, and as you can see from this Lucy trailer, she is a reluctant drug mule. But, the most interesting of side effects happens to her on that journey.
She is kidnapped and has drugs surgically implanted in her body. When she gets to the destination, she is kicked in a melee and the drugs are released. And thus, her adventure begins. As you can see in this Lucy clip, the drugs have given her superhuman powers, but in a sense, they are powers we all posses -- they’re just locked in our brain.
As she starts using more and more of her brain power, the most extraordinary things happen.
Lucy lands July 25 and also stars Morgan Freeman.
Besson has only directed a handful of movies, although he has had his hands in dozens! We adore his work, from The Professional to what you can see when you watch The Fifth Element online. And who could forget his masterwork La Femme Nikita?
One lucky Movie Fanatic reader will receive a Lucy prize pack that includes a Lucy T-Shirt and hat (pictured below) and a $50 Visa gift card to help you reach your full potential!
Use the widget below to enter on Facebook or Twitter. There are three unique ways to enter, and by entering all three ways you can increase your chance at winning!
The Lucy poster has premiered! Is it us, or has Scarlett Johansson never looked so intense?
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ journey to the big screen truly began in 1984 when the comic first premiered. And given the technology that filmmaker Jonathan Liebesman had at his fingertips to bring the warriors to life, fans of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have never seen their heroes like this before.
After the Kids’ Choice Sports Awards, Paramount premiered a 17-minute behind-the-scenes featurette that is hosted by stars Will Arnett and Megan Fox. You will never get a more detailed journey from the cartoon-to-screen legend as this video presents!
As the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles trailer shows, trouble has come over the city of New York and only the quartet of turtles can save the day.
William Fichtner also stars in the August 8-premiering film, and while we wait for that, check out the first film and watch Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles online. Plus, check out our series of things you didn’t know about that first film in the slideshow below.
The TMNT started as the brainchild of Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird. It was meant to parody Marvelâ€™s Daredevil and New Mutants.
In 2004, Zach Braff shocked the world with the power and his supreme presence as a filmmaker in Garden State. It would be hard to follow up a film like that which has managed to become ingrained into the fabric of pop culture from its riveting subject matter and unforgettable soundtrack.
But, he was working on something all those years. He may have used Kickstarter to get the film financed, but Wish I Was Here is pure Braff, however, is it too similar to his first film?
Braff plays Aidan, a married father of two who is not having the easiest of times becoming an actor in Los Angeles. His wife Sarah (Kate Hudson) supports him and their family with her job at a local city utility. Their kids attend one of the best Jewish private schools in the city. Money is tight, but they are getting by so that Aidan can follow his dreams.
Things come crashing down when Aidan’s father Gabe (Mandy Patinkin, The Princess Bride) announces his cancer has come back and that he is unable to support his grandchildren’s private school education because he needs the money for his treatment. Aidan does not respond well -- and we're not talking about the news that his father is dying. He is more upset that his father is breaking his promise to pay for their private school. Now, heaven forbid, they have to go to public school.
See, right off the bat we have an issue here. There’s nothing wrong with a character that is self-involved and can’t see the forest for the trees. But, there has to be a shred of sympathy for us to follow this character along through this two-hour ride that is their story.
Throughout Wish I Was Here, Braff paints his Aidan as a man who deserves to have a shot at his dream, regardless of the cost.
Meanwhile, his brother Noah (Josh Gad) is equally as selfish and in his own way refuses to grow up. He won’t even speak to his father!
Wish I Was Here has many shades of Garden State, from its indie soundtrack and its father-son issues to someone who has to learn to swim and even a scene where Braff’s character has a screaming moment that is meant to be therapeutic. It just all feels so similar, and yet wholly different in not so good ways.
We appreciate the storyline about being Jewish and all that that means, between the kids' education to the counsel that Braff gets from his rabbi. But, that is not enough to salvage this self-indulgent opus from itself.
Braff even completely under-uses three of his co-stars immensely. Hudson is a cardboard cutout of a person. And a side story about her being sexually harassed at work seems like a convenient means to an ends for our wanna-be actor. Patinkin is painted as a stereotypical Jewish father who is old school in terms of religious beliefs, and the esteemed actor does what he can with it.
And then there’s Josh Gad, who marveled us in Frozen and has become one of his generation's premier thespians. But, dressing him up and using cosplay for his penultimate moment with his father that's supposed to be compelling… we just don’t buy it.
Braff is a talent -- that is no question. The fact that tens of thousands of people who have never met him invested in his movie speaks to what people see in him. We just hope -- our Wish I Was Here review points out -- that his future endeavors are less about him, and more about a rich tapestry of a story that we know he can tell.
In the end, you'd be better off to watch Garden State online again than see this film, as much as it saddens us to say that.
There is something fantastically cinematically cerebral about filmmaker Mike Cahill, and we could not be more thrilled the Another Earth creator is back with I Origins. Cahill is one of the smartest filmmakers working today and his films are important and that is saying something in an era of sequels, remakes and reboots.
I Origins follows Ian (Michael Pitt), a scientist who has spent his life’s work trying to connect the dots of evolution through the human eye. He believes that if he can make a connection between the first humans and today's people, that he can prove that there is no way creation ever happened. He is accompanied on this mission by Karen (Brit Marling), a brilliant “first year student” who is meant to be his intern, but in many ways becomes his partner on this scientific journey.
But I Origins is not just about science and God. There is a love story here, and it works on so many levels, it’s hard to know where to begin. Plus, this is one of those movies that has to be seen, so the less we actually tell you about the plot, the better.
The film follows Ian’s life over the course of many years through love, heartbreak, disaster, hope and triumph. And along the way, the audience is treated to a journey that is always compelling, challenging and intriguing in the best of ways. In fact, there are several genres of movies at work here, all wrapped in one fantastic bow.
Pitt is a revelation. He astounds around every turn and channels the full spectrum of human emotion in one two-hour tour de force. We feel in many ways that Pitt’s character is an extension of Cahill himself, and when filmmakers do that, it could go one of two ways. And in this case, it is a stroke of genius that pays off in droves in one of the most thought-provoking, emotionally riveting movies you will see all year.
And don’t get us started on Marling. She continues to mesmerize and could easily be called one of the most intelligent actresses working today. The way she says so much with, yes, her eyes is startlingly sensational. She supports Pitt in many ways, but she is also the driving force behind pushing the science to the scientist (Pitt) who sometimes gets lost while drowning in human emotion.
As teased in the I Origins trailer, the film may be all about eyes, but it is still all about the heart. We feel what the characters feel, and it is the rare cinema experience that truly touches on a majority of our senses.
You never knew there was so much to learn about the human eye. Our I Origins review feels that that age-old statement about the eye being the window to the soul is never more true than it is in I Origins.
The Shining is one of those horror movies that still scares us to this day. We’re actually intrigued about the idea of a prequel and it looks like we’re going to get one.
The Overlook Hotel has hired a director in Mark Romanek to showcase the establishment that messed with Jack Nicholson’s mind in The Shining in a kind of origins story for the haunted hotel.
Variety is reporting that “the film will tell the origin story of the Overlook Hotel through the eyes of its first owner, Bob T. Watson. A robber baron at the turn of the 20th century, Watson scaled the remote peaks of the Colorado Rockies to build the grandest resort in America, and a place he and his family would also call home."
Sounds intriguing, no? Especially if you look at that last photograph in The Shining when you realize that that’s a younger Nicholson in the photo -- cue haunting music!
Prepare for the prequel and watch The Shining online. And click through the below slideshow and see what other horror movies still scare us to this day!
Here's Johnny, indeed! Years later, we still can't look at Jack Nicholson in anything without thinking of him busting through that door with an axe or chasing his son through the snow or telling Wendy he was not going to hurt her. Yeah, how'd that work out?
When you think of classic-type movie stars, people like Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Julia Roberts come to mind -- but Jonah Hill?
Watch 21 Jump Street online and there he is in a film that is a bona fide blockbuster. In fact, he is now a two-time Oscar nominee!
Who else lands in the surprised they're a movie star department?
We found 19 superstars who bring in the bucks at the box office for Hollywood that have frankly surprised us that they're as huge as they are.
So click through and check out our 19 least likely movie stars!
Sure, women swoon over this guy, but if you had gone back to his beginnings on The Mickey Mouse Club, could you have ever guessed that the goofy looking kid would become a Hollywood stalwart? Hardly!