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See the First Gorgeous Set Photos From Christopher Nolan’s ‘Dunkirk’

by Erin Whitney May 23, 2016 @ 11:12 AM
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Whether traveling through wormholes in space, the seedy streets of Gotham city or the mental recesses of characters’ minds, Christopher Nolan always manages to awe us with his expansive, crisp scope of various worlds. And now he’s applying that skill set to a period war drama for the first time.

Mark Wahlberg Saves the Gulf of Mexico in First ‘Deepwater Horizon’ Photos

by Charles Bramesco March 23, 2016 @ 9:33 AM
In one way or another, all of Mark Wahlberg’s movies have involved him playing the role of the savior. In many instances, this takes a pretty literal form — Wahlberg protected Earth from alien robots in Transformers: Age of Extinction, protected...

Cast Thine Eyes Upon the First Look at ‘Ben-Hur,’ Yea, Verily

by Charles Bramesco March 15, 2016 @ 9:22 AM
Hail, Roman! You look weary, having traveled the many foothills of this great Empire with nothing more than a kind cup of wine and the company of the occasional courtesan for comfort. The libations that your countrymen at ScreenCrush offer today, however, are of a less material sort. We’ve consulted the Oracle at USA Today, who in turn delivered unto us a vision of a gritty, color-desaturated, white-knuckle future. With eyes possessing of all Minerva’s foresight, the Oracle gazed into the distant world of this August, when the great forgotten hero Ben-Hur shall take up the reins of his chariot once more. And yea, the portents foreseen by USA Today herald a future bearing a suspiciously striking similarity to the recent rash of reheated Greek epics.

Netflix’s Secret Category Codes Help You Get the Most Out of Your Queue

by Britt Hayes January 9, 2016 @ 2:20 PM
As anyone with a Netflix account will attest, browsing for something to watch can sometimes be a frustrating experience. Although the streaming service boasts thousands of titles, it seems like we’re only getting a fraction of that whether perusing via the official site or another platform’s interface, as the same movies and TV shows repeatedly turn up while browsing various categories. Where are all the other titles hidden? How do you discover more interesting titles? This quick hack should come in handy.

Check Out Two New Photos of Emily Blunt in Thriller ‘The Girl on the Train’

by Erin Whitney December 30, 2015 @ 3:27 PM
In what’s destined to be next year’s ‘Gone Girl,’ Tate Taylor’s ‘The Girl on the Train’ follows another mysterious disappearance told by an unreliable narrator. But Taylor (‘The Help’) doesn’t want you to think the film’s protagonist, Emily Blunt’s Rachel Watson, is just another Amy Dunne. There’s more loneliness in Blunt’s character, an alcoholic divorcee grappling with addiction.