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As expected, a behind the scenes video on the making of Star Wars: The Last Jedi was unveiled over the weekend at Anaheim’s D23 Expo. Though it’s great to see Daisy Ridley and Adam Driver sharpening their Jedi skills in the clip, the best moment came from late actress Carrie Fisher, who reflected on the transcendence of the Star Wars universe.

“It’s about family,” said Fisher. “And that’s what’s so powerful about it.”

Regulars Ridley, John Boyega, Mark Hamill, and Gwendoline Christie were part of the D23 experience, and joining them on stage were Star Wars newcomers Laura Dern (Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo), Kelly Marie Tran (Resistance mechanic Rose), and Benicio Del Toro (as a character named D.J.).

Check out the behind the scenes video and tell us what you think!

Star Wars: The Last Jedi, directed and penned by Rian Johnson (Looper, Brick) opens nationwide December 15, 2017.

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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, which earned over $730 million worldwide, will hit Blu-ray and DVD October 3.

Johnny Depp, Javier Bardem and Geoffrey Rush are back for this sequel, with Brenton Thwaites and Kaya Scodelario serving as the latest additions to the franchise.

As with previous Pirates releases, the Blu-ray comes with a slew of special features:

1. “A Return to the Sea” - Directors Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg talk about the challenges of bringing the latest Pirates to the silver screen.

2. “Telling Tales: A Sit-Down with Brenton & Kaya” - An interview with actors Brenton Thwaites and Kaya Scodelario.

3. “The Matador & The Bull: Secrets of Salazar & The Silent Mary” - Interview with Javier Bardem.

4. “First Mate Confidential” - Interview with actor Kevin McNally who plays Captain Jack’s first mate Mr. Gibbs.

5. “Deconstructing the Ghost Sharks” - A look at the making of these mythical monsters

6. “Wings Over the Caribbean” - Details on the Sir Paul McCartney cameo in the film.

7. “An Enduring Legacy” - A look at the universal appeal of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies.

9. Photo Diary from producer Jerry Bruckheimer.

** The DVD version comes with the “First Mate Confidential” extra.

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There are many benefits to working on a Luc Besson film. Along with his eye-popping action sequences, Besson is also known for having strong heroines in his work (Leon, La Femme Nikita, Lucy), and Cara Delevigne is yet another addition to that list with her charismatic performance in Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.

Since she and Valerian co-star Dane DeHaan have different approaches to acting, the pair were able to learn from one another.

“I kind of reminded Dane on how to laugh and to keep it fun and light,” said Delevigne. “We were so lucky on set. We got to have five day weeks we don’t get to do night shoots so we got to have a lot of spare time to explore the movie, the characters, but also Paris as well.”

Click on the media bar to hear Delevigne talk about how she was inspired by DeHaan’s work ethic:

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, co-starring Clive Owen and Rihanna, opens nationwide July 21.

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first_kill_bw_hc_rgbBruce Willis has had a phenomenal film career. A great bulk of that success has been doing action films. Starring in films such as the Die Hard franchise, and Armageddon, Willis is one of the biggest action film stars in movie history.  He once again returns to the genre starring in the new action thriller, First Kill, opening in theaters July 21. Willis told us that while he enjoys doing many different types of films, action movies are still films he likes doing and he is honored to do so. (Click on the media bar below to hear Bruce Willis)

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Movie fans may argue that cult classic Goon is the greatest hockey film ever, while others may deem Paul Newman’s Slap Shot as holding that title. The great news for Goon fans is Seann William Scott is back as Doug “The Thug” Glatt in Goon: Last of the Enforcers, a movie that marks the directing debut of Jay Baruchel (How To Train Your Dragon, This Is The End).

This time out Doug is deeply settled into domestic life as he’s an insurance salesman who’s attempting to support his pregnant wife Eva (Alison Pill). Being a family man should lead a person to stay away from the dangers of the puck, but Doug’s a different beast and he decides to make a comeback.

Goon was not an overnight sensation when it came out in 2011, but Goon: Last of the Enforcers has a built in audience. Fans will be able to see if the sequel was worth the wait when it hits theaters and On Demand September 1.

Check out the trailer and tell us what you think!

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Although director Christopher Nolan has tackled time-bending science fiction (Interstellar) and Batman (The Dark Knight Trilogy), his latest effort may be his most ambitious feature to date. The WWII set Dunkirk centers on the rescue of 338,000 Allied Troops in the beaches of France. Surrounded by German aircraft with just sand as their main protection, these soldiers raced against time with the help of civilians to make through the English Channel.

“As for most British people, Dunkirk is a story that we grow up with,” said Nolan. “I can’t even remember the first time I was told about the events at Dunkirk in 1940. And as a storyteller you’re always looking for gaps in the culture . . . stories that should have made it into moderns film but haven’t been. It’s one of the great stories of human history.”

Click on the media bar to hear Nolan talk about the “race against time” and point of view element that drives Dunkirk:


Starring Harry Styles and Kenneth Branagh, Dunkirk opens nationwide July 21.

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Thanks to Alfred Hitchcock’s Rebecca and the underrated Jamaica Inn, Daphne du Maurier is a well known writer among movie buffs. But of course her work is known outside of Hitchcock’s circles thanks to Nicolas Roeg’s classic Don’t Look Now and with the recent release My Cousin Rachel. Headlined by Rachel Weisz, My Cousin Rachel hits Blu-ray and DVD via 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment on August 29.

The plotline centers on Philip (Sam Claflin), a young Englishman who plots revenge on Rachel (Weisz), the cousin he believes murdered the man who raised him. In the process he eventually falls in love with her, thus complicating his intentions.

Both the Blu-ray and DVD versions are filled with extras which include deleted scenes, audio commentary from director Roger Michell and Kevin Loader, photo gallery and several featurettes on the making of the movie.

Are you excited for the impending home entertainment release of My Cousin Rachel? Feel free to comment below!

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Amiah MillerWar for the Planet of the Apes has received excellent reviews, as its top notch storytelling and performances are pretty hard to beat. Hopefully Andy Serkis will receive an Oscar nomination for his work as Caesar, and Woody Harrelson also does fine work as Caesar’s adversary The Colonel.

Amiah Miller should also receive her share of attention as Nova, the youth who is discovered by Caesar and his fellow apes during their search for The Colonel. Nova is unable to speak a word (due to a spoiler I’m not willing to divulge), but through her actions she gradually fits in with Caesar’s clan.

Miller, who appreciated director Matt Reeves’ “soft spoken” yet focused approach to directing, was surprised when she was the final cut of the film.

“It’s crazy because I pictured something in my head reading the script,” said Miller. “And it turned out 1,000 times better when I first saw it.

Click on the media bar below to hear Amiah Miller discuss how, when she auditioned for the film, she had no idea it was an Apes installment!!

War for the Planet of the Apes opens July 14.

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While the Marvel universe is currently ruling at the movie box office with Spider-Man: Homecoming, Marvel is also hoping to dominate on television this fall with the new series, Inhumans. Since ABC first announced it, fans of the beloved comic can’t wait to see how the series will play out.

Inhumans features a great ensemble cast led by Anson Mount. Take a look at the trailer for the series and give us your critique.  Do you think Inhumans will have a long run?

Marvel’s Inhuman premieres Friday, September 29 at 9/8c on ABC.

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In a career that started back in the 1950s, 91-year-old Harry Dean Stanton is considered one of cinema’s finest character actors. Whether it’s working with Wim Wenders in Paris, Texas or delivering a moving cameo in David Lynch’s The Straight Story, Stanton’s presence is undeniable. He’s front and center with actor John Carroll Lynch’s feature directing debut Lucky as he plays an elderly man who’s essentially outlived most of his friends. Living off the grid in a desert town, Lucky (Dean Stanton) is up for conversation for any person who comes his way (David Lynch also stars in the feature).

The movie received rounds of praise at this year’s SXSW Festival, and considering John Carroll Lynch (Zodiac, Fargo) is also an excellent character actor, their bond is probably one of the film’s strengths. Check out the trailer below and feel free to comment below!

Lucky, co-starring Ron Livingston and Tom Skerritt, hits theaters September 29.

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