With the release of Deadpool No 2 Le Super Duper Cut we will get an extra 15 minutes of footage not previously seen. Deadpool describes the cut as inedible. Grab yourself some chimichangas and get ready to laugh–I loved Deadpool No 2 and cannot wait for the extra footage.
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Today 20th Century Fox released the first trailer for Shane Black’s upcomin g film The Predator and ushering in the franchise’s return to a hard R-rating. The buzz around the film has been very mixed, as the fans of the...
It’s time get your bleep to the bleepin’ bleeper…if you know what I mean. We now have our best look at this upcoming movie.
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Kingsman: The Golden Circle is an incredibly fun ride that enhances the mythology while delivering some great characters and killer action.
Twentieth Century Fox Film (TCFF) today announced a strategic investment in award-winning comic book and graphic novel publisher BOOM! Studios.
As you can tell from the title, the new Alien movie just might be the worst one in the franchise, have a look inside to see just how wrong it goes.
Ridley Scott returns to the universe that he created and you can certainly tell that he’s back.
2016 Super Hero Movies: Worst to First Hello, everyone, and welcome back to Outright Geekery. We’ve made it through another year, one more trying than most. But one thing 2016 did have in spades was super hero movies; now that...
I don’t know who is picking the music for these trailers nowadays, but that person is killing it.
Hi. I’m Chris and I defend bad movies. Today’s movie is the 2015 Fantastic Four reboot. I don’t think any one thought I could pull this off, but I did, so here we go. Let’s start with the obvious. This...
By Leroy Dee Director: Tim Miller Screenplay: Paul Wernick, Rhett Reese Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Ed Skrein, T.J. Miller, Gina Carano, Brianna Hildebrand, Stefan Kapicic Score: Junkie XL Distribution: 20th Century Fox GO SEE THIS MOVIE! Okay…let me start...
James Cameron and Fox have hired Robert Rodriguez to helm the live-action adaption of Yukito Kishiro’s Battle Angel Alita.