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‘Nosferatu’ Remake in the Works From Director of Acclaimed Upcoming Horror Film ‘The Witch’

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by Britt Hayes 5 hours ago
Film Arts Guild
One of the most talked about films of 2015 hasn’t even hit theaters yet — Robert Eggers’ The Witch blew audiences away at Sundance, but you probably won’t get a chance to find out why until much later this year. In the meantime, the director has lined up another new project: a remake of F.W. Murnau’s silent 1922 horror film Nosferatu.

‘Doctor Strange’ May Have Stolen Night Nurse Away From Netflix’s ‘Daredevil’

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by Britt Hayes 6 hours ago
Marvel
If you’ve been curious as to why Rosario Dawson’s character on Netflix’s Daredevil series is named Claire Temple instead of Linda Carter (aka Night Nurse), we may finally have an answer. Daredevil Season 1 showrunner Steven DeKnight appeared at a Television Critics Association panel today, where he revealed the reason why Dawson’s character underwent a name change.

‘13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi’ Trailer: The Situation Is Critical in Michael Bay’s Latest

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by Britt Hayes 7 hours ago
Michael Bay sure did hustle on the production of his latest film — casting on 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi was first announced back in January, and today brings the first trailer for Bay’s action-packed latest, which looks to offer a bit of a change of pace for the director, who’s spent his recent years focusing on big muscles and bigger robots.

‘Wonder Woman’ Officially Casts Chris Pine as Steve Trevor

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by Britt Hayes 7 hours ago
Anthony Harvey, Getty Images
A while back we heard talk of Chris Pine potentially starring in Wonder Woman opposite Gal Gadot, but then we also heard some rumors about Pine potentially playing one of the leading superhero roles in Green Lantern Corps — that seemed to confirm that Pine was in talks to star in something for Warner Bros. and DC, and now it’s been made official. Pine will play Diana Prince’s love interest in Wonder Woman.

‘Ant-Man’ Star Michael Douglas Has Not Signed on for Any Sequels

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by Britt Hayes 8 hours ago
Marvel
Typically when an actor signs on to star in a Marvel film, they’re also signing on to appear in several more films — these can be sequels, or cameos and supporting roles in other MCU films. Somehow Michael Douglas didn’t have to make that deal, as the actor reveals that he hasn’t signed on for any Ant-Man sequels, though he would very much like to return to the MCU if and when possible.

‘Bourne 5’ Casts Tommy Lee Jones, Presumably to Scowl at Matt Damon a Lot

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by Britt Hayes 9 hours ago
Miramax
Paul Greengrass’ upcoming fifth installment in the Bourne franchise continues to grow an impressive cast. Joining a returning Matt Damon are Julia Stiles and Alicia Vikander, while Viggo Mortensen was recently rumored to be in talks for a role as well. The latest big name to join the lineup is legendary actor and career curmudgeon Tommy Lee Jones.

‘The Night Before’ Trailer: Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt Have a Very Raunchy Christmas

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by Jacob Hall 13 hours ago
There is a lot to love in the new red band trailer for The Night Before, which feels like someone took a long look at the career of Seth Rogen thus far, selected everything about his work that people enjoy, and assembled it into one crazy package. This trailer has everything you’d come to expect from a Seth Rogen movie in the year 2015: drugs jokes, fear-of-growing-up jokes, bromance jokes, relationship jokes, unexpected sentimentality, and, of course, a cast that includes a whole bunch of people you really like.

‘Vacation’ Review: This Sad Sequel Truly Is a Road Trip from Hell

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by Matt Singer 14 hours ago
New Line
Full disclosure: I missed the last 10 minutes of Vacation. Last night’s press screening started 20 minutes late, then began without any sound, which lead to a 10 minute delay to correct the technical difficulties. With an unbreakable engagement elsewhere, I had to sneak out right before the very last scene. So take this review with as many grains of salt as you’d like. If you think those final minutes might recontextualize everything that came before to transform a generally miserable comedy into a beacon of transcendent hilarity, so be it. Having sat through the previous 90 minutes, I’m of the opinion that nothing short of the long-lost missing footage from Orson Welles’ Magnificent Ambersons could have redeemed this dreadful film.