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See a Five-Minute Preview of ‘Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation’ With IMAX Screenings of ‘Terminator Genisys’

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by Jacob Hall 4 days ago
Paramount
Corporate synergy at work: IMAX screenings of Terminator Genisys, which is being distributed by Paramount Pictures, will open with a five minute preview of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, also a Paramount release. It’s a smart move! Because c’mon, is anyone who shells out of the big bucks to see Terminator Genisys on the biggest screen possible going to complain about an extended tease of the new Tom Cruise action? Of course not.

Get Freaky With These 10 ‘Magic Mike’ Facts!

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by ScreenCrush Staff 4 days ago
There are a lot of highly complicated moves in Magic Mike. But, despite the degree of difficulty, Channing Tatum never once used a stunt double. All those backflips, grinds and spins were all his moves. Not bad, but when you consider Tatum himself used to be a male stripper, it all makes sense. This is just one of the facts packed into the latest episode of You Think You Know Movies, which backs up on ya with Magic Mike.

Marvel’s Kevin Feige Says ‘Spider-Man’ Will Be Like a John Hughes Movie

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by Mike Sampson 4 days ago
Paramount Pictures/Marvel
A lot of Marvel fans were a little concerned about the age (both actual and perceived) of new Spider-Man actor Tom Holland. Let’s face it, he has a baby face, and with that came a lot of detractors who said, “it’s Spider-Man not Spider-Boy.” This logic is highly flawed (Spider-Man was 15-years-old when bitten by the radioactive spider, four years younger than Holland), but Marvel president Kevin Feige has explained the choice to go young with Spider-Man saying they were very much influenced by John Hughes’ films.

‘Trainwreck’ Review: Amy Schumer’s Movie Debut is Nearly Flawless

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by Britt Hayes 4 days ago
Universal
Amy Schumer has built a sizable fan base thanks to her Comedy Central series, which showcases her specific brand of honest and often subversive sense of humor. There’s no denying her intense relatability — and it’s that quality that serves her well in her debut film, Trainwreck. Written and produced by Schumer and directed by Judd Apatow, the film centers on a fictional version of Schumer. We’ll never know how fictional this Amy is (and we shouldn’t), which makes her cinematic alter ego all the more appealing.

‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Stormtrooper Figures Explain First Order Origins

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by Britt Hayes 5 days ago
Lucasfilm
One of the big exclusive action figures you can get at Comic-Con this year is the very first toy from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It’s a six-inch Black Series First Order Stormtrooper — and it looks pretty sleek. But what is the “First Order,” anyway? Some new packaging details have surfaced online to help explain.

Weekend Box Office Report: ‘Inside Out’ and ‘Jurassic World’ Take Down ‘Ted 2’

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by Jacob Hall 5 days ago
Universal
When Universal scheduled Ted 2, they surely had no idea that Seth MacFarlane’s swearing teddy bear sequel would be squaring off against one of the biggest box office juggernauts of all time...a juggernaut that they themselves had created. So it’s not surprising that Jurassic World topped the box office again and it’s not surprising that Pixar’s Inside Out held onto second place. What is a little surprising is how low Ted 2 opened, falling significantly short of its predecessor’s opening weekend.

A ‘Clueless’ Musical Is in the Works, So Stop Buggin’

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by Britt Hayes 5 days ago
Paramount
Clueless is essential ‘90s viewing, though I hardly need to tell you that. Amy Heckerling’s teen masterpiece is an enduring comedic classic, one that still holds up today for new generations to discover. It seems a bit odd that it took this long for a version of Clueless to hit the stage, but it’s likely happening pretty soon, according to Heckerling.

Marvel’s Kevin Feige Talks ‘Spider-Man’ Reboot Plans and Working With Sony

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by Britt Hayes 5 days ago
Sony
Just a few months ago Sony and Marvel announced that an agreement had been reached for the studios to collaborate on a new Spider-Man. Finally, peace has been achieved in our time. Sony and Marvel recently hired Cop Car director Jon Watts to direct the new Spider-Man film, with Tom Holland starring as Peter Parker. But what else can we expect from this collaborative effort between studios? Marvel’s Kevin Feige has a few words to share.