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Nerdist News: Possible STAR TREK 3 Director, DRAGON AGE: INQUISITION Trailer, and Wooly Mammoths!

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Watch the First Clip From CHEAP THRILLS

What would you do to get $500? The first official clip from Drafthouse Films’ Cheap Thrills shows the stars of the movie delivering on slightly violent dares to get some… more

Disneyland Previews CAPTAIN AMERICA:THE LIVING LEGEND & SYMBOL OF COURAGE Exhibit

The Marvel Comics Cinematic Universe continues to gain a foothold in the Disney parks, as Captain America becomes the latest Avenger to join his comrades Iron Man and Thor at… more

Nerdist Podcast: William Shatner

The legendary William Shatner chats with Chris and Jonah about his upcoming show Shatner’s World in movie theaters around the country, his love of making people laugh, and his… more
 

Pickstarter: Help Finish a Ghost Apocalypse Film

You had me at “ghost apocalypse.” Jason Trost’s How to Save Us is an unfinished film wherein, “A young American man goes into hiding in Tasmania after the loss of… more

Real Life Astronauts Send Congrats to GRAVITY Team on 7 Oscars

Real life astronauts are just as pumped about Gravity’s 7 Oscars as we are. In a video released by NASA, currently Earth-based astronauts Mike Massimino and Cady Coleman, as well… more

The FX of ’79 – MOONRAKER

We continue our journey through the Best Visual Effects nominees from 1979 (for the 1980 Oscars) with a movie that seems least likely to have used the effects that it… more
 

Nerdist News: TERMINATOR: GENESIS, a New ARKHAM CITY, and Laser Mind Control

Recovering from a murky haze of pun-themed appetizers and the tragic loss of fives of dollars from your misbegotten office Oscar pool? We’re here to help with a concentrated dose… more

New Poster Art Revealed From Oh My Disney’s Mondo Gallery Opening at SXSW!

As its South By Southwest “Nothing’s Impossible” gallery opening approaches, Disney blog Oh My Disney has released four more posters that will be featured at the Mondo Gallery this… more

Alain Resnais, 1922-2014

No filmmaker was more French than Alain Resnais. Film students know who he is, although his name may not be well-known outside the circles in which fans of European cineastes… more
 

Exclusive: First Look at Trailer for HARMONTOWN

Who is Dan Harmon? Well, first of all – Dan Harmon is probably best known as the creator of the hit NBC sitcom “Community.” But you knew that…. …aaaand he’s… more

Recapping the Oscars: A Critic’s Notebook

It’s always a bit dull to watch the Academy Award telecast when there was such a sweep. Well, the seven awards for Gravity may not constitute a “sweep,” but it… more

If Pixar Ruled This Year’s Oscar Noms

The 86th Annual Academy Awards are tonight – have you caught up on your movies and prepared your ballots for the office pool? Well, no matter who you think should… more
 

See 3:10 TO YUMA on 3/10 at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica

Fans of the James Mangold western 3:10 to Yuma, don’t miss your opportunity to catch the film on the big screen at the Aero Theatre on March 10th. It’s… more

The Biggest Happenings in Comedy Right Now 3/1/14

The Sochi Olympics are over and tensions are rising in Eastern Europe, specifically Ukraine that’s seemingly Cold War-ish. While that is the news that you need to know about right… more

Watch The Opening 2 Minutes Of The VERONICA MARS Movie

You wanna see the first two minutes of the Veronica Mars movie? Well, here you go: Okay, so it’s made up of clips from the TV show, and explains for… more
 

Wes Anderson Made An Animated Version of GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL Because Of Course

File this one under “Wes Anderson Doing Wes Anderson-y Things,” natch: the acclaimed director’s latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, has a fully-animated version floating around out there in the… more

Michael Bay-Produced Remake of THE BIRDS Finds A Director

The remake that’s been in the works for years that I didn’t think would ever happen appears to be happening. Platinum Dunes and Mandalay Pictures’ version of The Birds has… more

Watch the Film Independent Spirit Awards Saturday Night on IFC

Don’t forget to tune into IFC Saturday night (3/1) at 10/9c for the 2014 Film Independent Spirit Awards hosted by the phenomenal Patton Oswalt. The Film Independent Spirit… more
 

Get Ready To Plug Back Into THE MATRIX… Plus, A JUPITER ASCENDING Trailer

Last December, we got our first look at the latest sci-fi epic from Lana and Andy Wachowski, Jupiter Ascending, but things have been rather quiet since then for Hollywood’s… more

Aaron Paul To Reprise Jesse Pinkman Role on BETTER CALL SAUL?

Aaron Paul shot to stardom as the misguided yet lovable druggie Jesse Pinkman on AMC’s hit drama Breaking Bad. In five seasons, Paul picked up two Emmys and countless other… more

The 4th Annual Golden Geeks: Honoring the Best in Nerd Cinema

There’s no denying that 2013 was a great year for film nerds and nerds on film. From Gravity to Her to Thor 2 to even a decent GI Joe movie,… more
 

Review: SON OF GOD

Christopher Spencer’s Son of God was, as you probably know, whittled into a feature film out of the Jesus portions of last year’s epically successful cable TV miniseries The Bible…. more

Steven Soderbergh Edits Both PSYCHOs into One Film

It’s possibly one of the weirdest and yet most brilliant things the internet hath wrought in recent memory. Notoriously whim-driven filmmaker Steven Soderbergh, on his marketplace website Extension 765, has… more

We Now Know What Would Happen if Heisenberg Took on Godzilla

You had to see this one coming… Following the Bryan Cranston-narrated trailer for Gareth Edwards’ upcoming reboot of Godzilla, we knew it was only a matter of time before some… more