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First trailer for DeMonaco’s The Purge: Election Year arrives

Daniel Bennifer February 12, 2016 13:42

Universal Pictures has debuted the first official trailer for The Purge: Election Year, the third entry into DeMonaco’s horror franchise. The booming franchise, which triumphantly succeeded with The Purge (2013) and The Purge: Anarchy (2014), revolves around an annual event, dubbed “the Purge”, during which all crime is legal and all emergency services are shut …

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The world must unite in Independence Day: Resurgence

Lewis Roth February 10, 2016 9:50

20th Century Fox has sent over the Super Bowl television spot for Independence Day: Resurgence, ahead of its theatrical release this June. It’s shaping up to be quite the film, by the look of it. Even with that said, I’m still highly disappointed that Will Smith won’t be back to star alongside the returning cast from …

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Deadpool “Superb Owl” TV Spot arrives

Daniel Bennifer February 9, 2016 15:26

20th Century Fox has sent over the “Superb Owl” television spot for Tim Miller’s upcoming action comedy Deadpool, which is out tomorrow in the United Kingdom and this Friday in the United States. I was originally sceptical about Ryan Reynolds playing Deadpool, after his portrayal of Hal Jordan in Green Lantern back in 2011. Though, …

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First developer diary for The Solus Project released

Lewis Roth January 25, 2016 17:48

Grip Digital and Teotl Studios have sent over the first in a series of developer diaries for The Solus Project, ahead of its planned release this May on Xbox One and PC. The game, of which was unveiled during Microsoft’s games conference last year, will launch on Steam Early Access and Xbox Game Preview in …

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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer is mind-blowingly awesome

Jeremy Ryans December 4, 2015 22:14

Warner Bros. Pictures has released the second trailer for Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Needless to say folks, it is looking mighty good. Mind-blowingly good, we might even say. The film, which is a follow up to 2013’s Man of Steel, is directed by Snyder from a screenplay written by Chris Terrio …

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Looking for some scares this holiday? Krampus is out now in cinemas

Lewis Roth December 4, 2015 19:02

Legendary Pictures has released a new trailer for Krampus, the horror-comedy from Michael Dougherty, which is out now in cinemas in the United Kingdom. It was announced back in September that the film, directed by Michael Dougherty (Trick ‘r Treat), would be released on December 4 in cinemas nationwide. Written by Dougherty, Zach Shields and …

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Tom Hiddleston sings “Move It On Over” in first clip for I Saw the Light

Daniel Bennifer September 13, 2015 7:37

The first clip for I Saw the Light, the Hank Williams biopic starring Tom Hiddleston has been released by Sony Pictures Classics, ahead of its forthcoming release this November. Clocking in at only just over a minute in length, the video offers a very brief glimpse of the Avengers star as he performs “Move It …

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Krampus is coming to town this December

Daniel Bennifer September 10, 2015 16:15

Legendary Pictures’ have sent over the first trailer for Michael Dougherty’s Krampus, the forthcoming movie inspired by European folklore. It’s scheduled for release this December. The horror-comedy (we fail to see how this is going to be funny, but we’ll give it a shot), follows a dysfunctional family that clashes over the holidays, as young …

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Be transported to Neverland in new trailer for Pan

Daniel Bennifer July 16, 2015 13:35

Warner Bros. Pictures have sent over a new trailer for Pan, the much-anticipated feature film directed by Joe Wright. Adapted from J.M. Barrie’s timeless classic, Pan offers a new take on the origin of an orphan who is spirited away to the magical world of Neverland. It is there, where he finds both fun and …

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Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno receives new sneak peek teaser

Daniel Bennifer July 15, 2015 10:22

This film has been floating around the festivals since back in 2013 and was originally intended to be released theatrically by Open Road Films in 2014. However, due to their financial difficulties at the time, it never happened. It was, for a time, stuck in limbo. Luckily the film, which follows a group of activists …

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