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For his epic sci-fi adventure, Luc Besson told us he was shooting for 85 percent aliens, 15 percent humans -- if this new trailer is indicative, it looks like he nailed it!
We've heard of some unique pitches before, but something wild is definitely a (big) foot with Cannes player Pottersville.
Brownstein will have to set aside rocking with Sleater-Kinney and creating-writing-acting in Portlandia for a minute.
Elliot Lurie's feel-good classic has found new life on Peter Quill's latest mix tape.
From Donkey Kong to Halo, the Class of 2017 represents game-changing games from multiple eras and platforms.
The First takes place in the near future, and gives the House of Cards treatment to the first human mission to Mars.
Any new Wonder Woman footage is of course welcomed with open Bracelets-of-Submission-clad arms...
The film tells the real-life story of the creation of Superman and the 1947 radio drama where he took on the Klan.
How will all that blood show up without the color red?
A WWZ sequel was off Paramount's calendar, but now it's got one of the best directors in the game.
You would think that Dr. Ian Malcolm has had enough of dinosaurs, but that's apparently not the case.