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Nerdist News: More Live From WonderCon with Jason O'Mara, Simon Kinberg, and Lots of Deadpool

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Zach Braff’s ‘WISH I WAS HERE’ Acquired By Focus Features

Zach Braff is coming out of the Sundance Film Festival a happy camper this year, as his independent film “Wish I Was Here” just landed a distribution agreement with NBCUniversal’s… more

Trailer: THE QUIET ONES

Sam Claflin’s making the rounds, post-Hunger Games, with an all-new haircut in The Quiet Ones, a new movie set for an April 25th opening, and which looks like The Conjuring-meets-The… more

Join Nerdist at Wondercon This Weekend! UPDATE: Chris Hardwick Signing Sunday!

UPDATE: We’ve added a signing with Chris Hardwick himself on Sunday 2-3 PM!  UPDATE: Jessica Chobot has been added to the Nerdist Panel on Sunday at 12:00PM! Details below…… more
 

SUPERMAN-BATMAN Movie Gets Pushed Back To 2016

Warner Bros. Pictures has decided to push back the release of its highly anticipated Superman-Batman movie into 2016. The studio claims that this is the best move for them to… more

Bill Murray Does A Reddit AMA, And It’s As Awesome As You’d Hope It Would Be

Bill Murray did an AMA on Reddit. Popped in, did it, popped out to do Kimmel. It’s awesome. It’s exactly what you want it to be. Mostly long, thoughtful, funny… more

Disney Lets STAR WARS 1313 Trademark Filing Lapse

I know this may be pouring salt into open wounds once again, but we felt that everyone had a right to know. Disney has allowed the Star Wars 1313 trademark… more
 

Nerdist News: THE WALKING DEAD Season 4.5, Danica McKellar, JUSTICE LEAGUE, and AGENT CARTER!

WEEKEND! Am I right, guys? Time to kick back with the ol’ PS4, watch some Battlestar Galactica Blus, and knock back a few cold ones. After you get your Friday… more

Kevin Hart and Ice Cube on RIDE ALONG, Online Gaming, and More

There’s a time for sweeping, emotionally charged Oscar bait, and there’s a time for laugh-out-loud, explosive, charismatic action comedies. Right now? It’s time for the latter, which is why it’s… more

What Could Have Been: The BIOSHOCK Movie

There once was a Bioshock movie that began development back in 2008. But after Universal cut the movie’s budget by 60 percent, forcing the movie to undergo a change in… more
 

Sir Kenneth Branagh Talks JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT, Reboots, and Directing Himself

In case you haven’t seen a commercial or a billboard on your morning commute recently, you should know that this Friday marks the return Tom Clancy’s analyst-turned-reluctant action hero Jack… more

Clip of Marvel One-Shot ALL HAIL THE KING

Last week, I gave you the first glimpses of Marvel’s next One-Shot, the series of shorts made exclusively for Blu-ray releases that fill in back and side stories from the… more

Trailer: MR. PEABODY AND SHERMAN

There’s kind of a dream team behind Mr. Peabody and Sherman: Dreamworks Animation, which gave us the deeply awesome How to Train Your Dragon; director Rob Minkoff, (The Lion King);… more
 

Schlock & Awe: LOGAN’S RUN

Many, if not most, of the movies I talk about in this column are schlockier than they are awesome, though a few certainly are what I’d consider terrific. Today’s movie… more

Review: HER

The short review: Thought-provoking, dreamy sci-fi wrapped around a romance that makes us question the nature of relationships and intimacy, Her is one of the best films I’ve seen in… more

Sundance 2014: A Preview

For the past 20 years, Utah’s Park City, Salt Lake City, and Ogden get overrun with industry types for the annual Sundance Film Festival, a ten day celebration of the… more
 

Donate to Win a Trip to Meet Lucas and Skywalker

Everybody wants to be a Jedi, or at the very least feel like one. Why else would there be so many lightsaber videos on the internet? But seeing as the… more

The Shelf: RIDDICK, YOU’RE NEXT, THE SPECTACULAR NOW

This week on The Shelf. we’ve got gravelly-voiced heroes fighting raptor-looking aliens, entitled yuppies taking on animal-masked psychopaths, and for a nice change of pace, a directionless high schooler trying… more

Rumor: Marvel Looking at Johnny Depp for DOCTOR STRANGE. Or Not

Has Marvel finally found its Master of the Mystic Arts? According to this report from Latino Review, the answer just might be “yes.” Evidently, Johnny Depp recently took a meeting… more
 

Fox Taps Its Mana to Bring MAGIC: THE GATHERING to Big Screen

Those late night booster drafts at the Fox development department must have paid off, because The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that they’re adapting venerable collectible card game Magic: The Gathering … more

Rumor: Are Batman Vs. Superman And Justice League Shooting Back-To-Back?

The guys over at Latino-Review have run a rather interesting rumor today, one that suggests that Warner Brothers plan to shoot the upcoming Batman Vs. Superman movie back-to-back with the… more

MUPPETS MOST WANTED Trailer: Fans Angered It Wasn’t Nominated for 247 Awards

Fans of the not-yet released Muppets Most Wanted are really peeved that the film didn’t get nominated for any awards this year. It might have something to do with the… more
 

Nerdist News: GOTHAM Plot Details, Hank Pym Casting, the Return of Peter Parker, and a STAR WARS VII Lead

Well, well, well, friends. I don’t wanna hype it up too much, but today’s episode might be the single most explosive episode in the history of Mondays. There’s no other… more

Review: LONE SURVIVOR

The short review: Balancing the chest-thumping and jingoism inherent to many military films with raw emotion and an emphasis on the relationships between men in an extraordinary situation, Lone Survivor… more

Tom Hiddleston Plays a Vampire in New Jim Jarmusch Movie

Calm down, the internet. I imagine the headline produced a worldwide collective swoon, and for good reason: acclaimed indie filmmaker Jim Jarmusch has directed a vampire movie! Oh, and Tom… more