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Jason Schwartzman on 'Listen Up Philip,' Those 'Jurassic Park 4' Rumors and Being Related to Nic Cage

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by Mike Ryan October 13, 2014 10:56 AM
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Ahead, Schwartzman also talks about working with Tim Burton in the upcoming film ‘Big Eyes’ – a director Schwartzman’s admired since childhood – and explains what it’s like being related to Nicolas Cage.

Supercut Proves We've Seen Batman's Parents Die Quite a Lot

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by Nick Romano September 24, 2014 10:49 AM
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Just how many times have we watched a young Bruce Wayne witness the murder of his parents? No origin story for the Caped Crusader has been without it, and FOX's Batman prequel series, 'Gotham,' is no different. As the new drama premiered this week, kicking off with the brutal death of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne, a new supercut has hit the web of all the time's we've seen this scene onscreen -- and it's quite a number of times.

'Big Eyes' Trailer: Tim Burton Opens the Windows to Amy Adams' Soul

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by Nick Romano September 19, 2014 09:45 AM
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The first footage of director Tim Burton's biopic of artist Margaret Keane has arrived with the 'Big Eyes' trailer, which first premiered on Yahoo Movies. As the Oscar race continues to heat up and more films reveal footage to the public, could Amy Adams' leading performance earn her more awards attention?

'The Death of Superman Lives' Trailer: See Nicolas Cage (Almost) Play the Man of Steel

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by Jacob Hall July 25, 2014 12:32 PM
Once upon a time, Nicolas Cage almost played Superman. In a movie directed by Tim Burton. From a script by Kevin Smith. Which was based on the iconic "Death of Superman" comic book storyline. And then it all fell apart, transforming it into one of Hollywood's greatest "What if?" narratives. 'Superman Lives' may have died before making it in front of cameras, but at least the new documentary 'The Death of Superman Lives' will give us an insider's look at what went wrong.

Remembering the Phenomena of 1989's 'Batman' 25 Years Later

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by Mike Ryan June 23, 2014 03:52 PM
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‘Batman’ was a big enough moment in popular culture that, at one time, a perfectly reasonable sophomore in high school wanted to permanently attach a logo from a movie onto his only mode of transportation. And no other seemingly reasonable classmates of his were going to publicly disagree with this idea.

'Maleficent' Director Robert Stromberg Explains Those Reshoot Rumors

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by Mike Ryan May 27, 2014 11:30 AM
With a budget of upwards of a reported $180 million, it may have seemed like a surprise choice to tap Robert Stromberg to direct Disney's tent-pole summer offering, 'Maleficent,' starring Angelina Jolie as the title character made famous as the villain in 'Sleeping Beauty.' John Lee Hancock had been brought onto the project for reshoots, a notion that today Stromberg bristles at hearing -- claiming that Hancock was only there to help make cuts to the first act and any reshoots were still shot by Stromberg. Ahead, Stromberg addresses the reshoot stories in depth.

See the Cast of 'Batman' Then and Now

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by Britt Hayes February 14, 2014 08:45 AM
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Back in 1989, Tim Burton introduced audiences to a new version of the caped crusader with his 'Batman' film, starring Michael Keaton as the dark hero and Jack Nicholson as his foe, the Joker. The film was, of course, a massive success, spawning three sequels (though Burton and Keaton only returned for the first) and paving the way for the darker, more serious superhero films we have today. Twenty-five years later, we revisit the cast of this comic book movie classic and see what they're up to now.

See the Cast of 'Mars Attacks!' Then and Now

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by Britt Hayes December 19, 2013 02:34 PM
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In 1996, Tim Burton unleashed 'Mars Attacks!' on audiences, a sci-fi comedy featuring an amazing ensemble cast including the likes of Jack Nicholson, Natalie Portman and Pierce Brosnan. A riff on classic B-movies and based on the cult trading cards of the same name, the film tells the story of a group of martians who attack our planet and the unlikely hero who discovers the very silly way to destroy them. (Hint: it involves country music). We can't believe it's already been 17 years since the film first hit theaters, so join us for a look back at its all-star cast and see what they're up to now!