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Machine Gun Kelly Makes His Big Screen Debut In Latest ‘Beyond The Lights’ Trailer

Ohio native Machine Gun Kelly is the latest in a long line of hip-hop celebrities to try and find success on the silver screen. Lucky for us, his first role is a rapper.

Beyond The Lights is the latest film from Love & Basketball creator Gina Prince-Bythewood. The film follows a young musician, who looks just a bit like Rihanna, that finds herself struggling with the pressure of success while on the verge of becoming the next big pop star. To make matters worse, her love life is a mess, including what appears to be a less than peaceful relationship …

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Warner Bros. Reveal DC Cinematic Universe Releases Through 2020

Holy bananas, Batman.

Warner Bros. has released their tentative schedule for the coming six years of DC comics in film through their newly atomized DC cinematic universe. Beginning with 2013′s Man Of Steel, the DC cinematic universe will continue with 2016′s Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice. On top of the upcoming film’s release years, there have been a few casting announcements as well.

Revealed at an investor meeting of all places (Warner Bros., you kind of missed out on Comic-Con), it is now known that Ezra Miller will play The Flash, though which incarnation of The Flash …

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‘Camp X-Ray’ Gets A New Trailer

Camp X-Ray, a film that follows a guard at Guantanamo Bay, has been given a new trailer.

Featuring Twilight star Kristen Stewart, and A Separation star Peyman Moaadi, the film will examine a guard’s (Stewart) relationship with a detainee (Moaadi).

The film seems to provoke questions based on the uses of detention facilities at Gitmo, and will be sure to provide controversy and question on both political ends of the spectrum.

Although the film has received mixed reviews thus far, many critics have been praising Stewart’s performance. Moaadi, who will most likely be new to American audiences, provided a …

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Netlix And Adam Sandler Are Working On Not One, But Four New Films

Either Hell has frozen over or the executive team at Netflix does not realize Adam Sandler continued making films after Click, but whatever the case, a groundbreaking deal has just been made that will allow Sandler to make four new films for the popular streaming service.

Announced today, Netflix has entered into an agreement with Adam Sandler to have the comedy icon star in and produce four new films that will be distributed exclusively through the streaming platform. None of the projects have been revealed at this time, but it’s likely the first will not premiere until the last …

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New ‘Theory Of Everything’ Trailer Is Absolutely Gorgeous

Following its critically acclaimed premiere last month, James Marsh‘s The Theory of Everything has received a gorgeous new trailer that will leave you impatiently awaiting the film’s November 7 release.

Focus Features seems to be fully aware of the fact their Stephen Hawking film will be a magnet for nominations when awards season rolls around, and their latest promotional effort to make audiences believe in Eddie Redmayne is entertaining with just enough heartache to hook your wallet. The new trailer features new footage, as well as most of the initial teaser. Redmayne stars as Stephen Hawking, tracing his journey from …

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UTG INTERVIEW: Director Ned Benson Discusses ‘The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby’

To cast both Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy in your first feature film you’ve got to be a pretty special director, and after seeing The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby: Them, I can vouch for the fact that Ned Benson has some pretty special traits to him as a filmmaker.

His first feature film, The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby, is split into three parts – HimHer, and Them – each exploring different viewpoints and perspectives as to why the relationship between Conor Ludlow (McAvoy) and Eleanor Rigby (Chastain) failed. It portrays their relationship in both a raw

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Nas Announces ‘Time Is Illmatic’ Documentary & Tour Dates

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of his debut record, Illmatic, multi-platinum artist, Nas, has announced via Twitter that his documentary, Time Is Illmatic, will be coming to forty theaters all over the country on October 2, with a premiere screening in New York City and Los Angeles on October 1. This one-night screening will be accompanied by a Time Is Illmatic tour, which is set to commence on October 2 in Rochester, NY.

The documentary features Nas as he returns to his home in Queensbdrige and rediscovers his career’s major influences. This also features guest commentaries …

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Official ‘Avengers: Age Of Ultron’ Plot Synopsis Released

Marvel has released the official plot synopsis for its upcoming blockbuster Avengers: Age Of Ultron, sequel to the highly praised The Avengers.

It appears that crazed robotic entity Ultron will be a side-effect of a Tony Stark project gone wrong, and he will be voiced by none other than the enigmatic James Spader. Along with Spader, Earth’s mightiest heroes will include Evans’ Captain America, Downey’s Iron Man, Ruffalo’s Hulk, Hemsworth’s Thor, Renner’s Hawkeye and Johansson’s Black Widow with additional support from (ex?) S.H.I.E.L.D operatives. Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch will also be seen onscreen, in the form of illusive …

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Love Bad Movies? Help The Internet Make ‘Samurai Cop 2′ A Reality

There are bad movies and then there are those films that are so godawful that they somehow become cult hits that outlast well made films in terms of popularity by a wide margin. The Room is a classic example, as well as Troll 2, but in my opinion neither of those creative endeavors can hold a candle to the ludicrous film known as Samurai Cop.

Created in 1991 and almost immediately forgotten by the vast majority of the general public, Samurai Cop is a horrendous film chock full of bad acting, crap dialogue, and over the top action …

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’

Film: Guardians Of The Galaxy
Directed by: James Gunn
Starring: Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana,

We need to get some things out of the way before we start this review. The current cinema is completely oversaturated with superhero/comic book films. Most of them are the same; every hero is getting their own movie, all of which have relatively the same aesthetics. The worst part about this is, Marvel shows no sign of stopping, with even just recently announcing they have films planned through 2019, which is nothing short of ridiculous. These superhero and comic book adaptations have become so prevalent in …

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‘Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle’ 10 Years Later: Still High After All This Time

In the summer of 2004 I was seventeen and living a life that could best be described as straight edge. It’s not that I lived in a world thriving with drugs and alcohol that I fought daily to avoid. On the contrary, I came up in a modest, middle class household in a tiny rural town with a population well below 5,000 people. I didn’t do drugs, but I also had no idea where to find them if I had any desire to try them in the first place. Everything I knew about weed and the effects it had on …

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UTG INTERVIEW: Rob Reiner Talks ‘And So It Goes,’ Aging In Hollywood, And More

Rob Reiner is one of those rare living legends that almost everyone you meet loves in one way or another. You may hate some of his work, sure, but that is bound to happen when you have had a career in entertainment that spans several decades. The important thing is that you remain as consistent as possible, and for the better part of the last thirty years Rob Reiner has continually raised the bar for simple, romantic storytelling. He can take any two characters, regardless of age or personality, and make audiences not only connect with them, but relate to …