It feels like every big movie has a shocking second-act death ... that's reversed five minutes later.
Angelina Jolie and Robert Downey Jr. were first meant to star in Gravity.
Germans love The Hangover III, the Japanese love The Lone Ranger, Serbians didn't care for Iron Man 3, and much more.
Summer is dead. Long live summer movies!
The people (or 100 of them) have spoken.
Starting on Friday.
Why not bring back Vigo the Carpathian, Temple of Doom's heart-ripping Mola Ram, or Poltergeist II's creepy old preacher?
It's cheap, it's lazy, and it needs to stop.
Just tell us who Benicio Del Toro is playing in Guardians of the Galaxy already.
Get ready for the seventh installment.
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"2009's Star Trek is one of the stupidest movies I have seen in my entire life. "
Space is shaky.
"I didn’t realize this debate until I started shooting the movie."
"I just flew in from Pluto, and boy did it take 36.42 seconds."
And Iron Man 3 is still going strong.
SPOILER ALERT. Unless you've already read some of these reviews.
The Star Trek actor on playing the villain, Sherlock, and learning from Meryl Streep
Spoilers, obviously. Seriously, really.
J.J. Abrams directs the sequel to his 2009 reboot.
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They both are real blue and destroy London.
J.J. Abrams and Co.'s endless game of Khan and mouse.
Kicking off Vulture's Summer Movie Preview week in our annual crass but helpful way!