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Maze Runner: The Death Cure Has Been Bumped A Full Year

Back in March, Maze Runner star Dylan O’Brien was seriously injured while performing a stunt for the next instalment of the series, The Death Cure, delaying the film. While they wait for him to recover, Fox has announced that the film’s release will be moved to January 12th, 2018.

A Supercut Of Movies Welcoming You To The Movie You're Watching

Video: Welcome to the post. Welcome to Wayne’s World, Goodburger, Fight Club, Hogwarts, Earth, Jurassic Park, the real world.

Welcome to LA, the Daily Bugle, the jungle, high school and another edition of Thunderdome.

What Was X-Men: Apocalypse's End Credits Scene All About?

No matter what you thought of X-Men: Apocalypse, odds are you sat through the credits to see if there was some kind of tease. And there was. And it’s a weird one, unless you are well-versed in comic books. So if you didn’t understand the implications, we’re here to help!

13 Terrifically Terrible Sci-Fi Movies To Watch On A Weekend

You know that great line from Party Down? “I’m into hard sci-fi. Fantasy is bullshit.” That’s me.

The Many Ways George R.R. Martin, J.K. Rowling And Other Creators Defend Killing Their Characters

We live in a time where it is easier than ever to complain about a plot development you don’t like. Writers, directors, creators — they’re all asked constantly about the deaths of their characters, but they all have their reasons. It’s just some are more acceptable than others.

What Actors Aged With Make Up Look Like Vs What They Actually Look Like When They're Old

Video: Here’s a fun and interesting look at how Hollywood ages actors with make up and prosthetics versus what they actually look like when they get old. Some of the movies get it very close (Marlon Brando in The Godfather), while some movies are way too liberal with the wrinkles and the balding and end up getting it totally wrong (like Dustin Hoffman in Little Big Man and Biff in Back to the Future Part II).

Report: The New Animated Spider-Man Movie Will Star Miles Morales 

Hey, remember when it was announced that Phil Lord and Chris Miller (The LEGO Movie) would be making an animated Spider-Man movie? It might be even better than we thought.

How Movie Sequels Play With Our Emotions By Recycling Nostalgia

Video: The Nerdwriter has a really interesting breakdown on intertextuality in movies, or the idea of how something seen in a movie is shaped by something previously seen in something else. A call back, of sorts. A cultural or genre nod, even. But what’s really interesting is how intertextuality is now used in a world of movies dominated by sequels, adaptations, remakes and shared universes.

What Makes A Movie Great?

Video: It’s a big sweeping question that can’t possibly have an answer. Is it the story? Is it the characters? Is it the cinematography? This examination by Now You See It attempts to break down what makes a movie elevate from good to great, and focuses on a few things: the impact it has on filmmaking (also known as why Citizen Kane is so great), the impact it has on our culture (also known as why Jaws is so great) and the impact it has on the individual viewer (also known as why whatever movie you think is great is so great).

Mel Brooks Talks About The Post-Apocalyptic Rollerskating Film That Almost Ruined Him

Have you heard of the movie Solarbabies? It’s a 1986 sci-fi film starring Jason Patric about a team of roller skating kids that save the world. As you can imagine from that description, it’s pretty bad, which is why it got featured on Paul Scheer’s How Did This Get Made podcast.

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