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‘Deadpool’ movie banned in China over violence, nudity

‘Deadpool’ movie banned in China over violence, nudity

Deadpool fans in China won’t be able to see the movie in theaters, as the nation’s censors have banned the film due to graphic violence. The movie, which is rated “R,” is a so-called anti-superhero flick that features potty-mouthed Deadpool, ample violence, and nudity. According to local news agencies and at least one inside source, China’s officials in charge of censorship matters like this have banned Deadpool because the offensive elements were too pervasive to edit out.

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Kylo Ren oozes with angst, makes a terrible undercover boss

Kylo Ren oozes with angst, makes a terrible undercover boss

When your plotting the downfall of all that is good and just in the galaxy, you really don't have the time, or heart, to care for those serving beneath you, right? Trying to prove that he is different from, well, everyone, Kylo Ren takes on the challenge to bond with his underlings and learn what they think of their supreme commander when he's not looking. But in secret, of course, as Kylo Ren disguises as Matt, the radar technician, in the latest episode of "Undercover Boss".

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’10 Cloverfield Lane’ trailer reveals J.J. Abrams’ latest movie

’10 Cloverfield Lane’ trailer reveals J.J. Abrams’ latest movie

To the surprise of fans and movie goers everywhere, J.J. Abrams has been silently working on a sequel to his 2008 movie Cloverfield, and it is starring John Goodman. The sequel is called 10 Cloverfield Lane, and the trailer for it was released today on Paramount Pictures' YouTube account. There aren’t many details at this point, but the trailer does an excellent job of presenting the foundation of the movie, hinting that it is set in a post-Cloverfield apocalypse.

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The Force Awakens VFX reel shows surprising use of real props

The Force Awakens VFX reel shows surprising use of real props

These days, almost everyone expects "movie magic" to involve some computer generated images, especially in action films and most especially in science fiction action films. Naturally, Star Wars: The Force Awakens is one such movie and, indeed, the film is filled with CG shots. 2,100 out of 2,500 shots in total, to be precise. But while this VFX clip does show the extent that CG was used in the film, it also reveals at the extent it was not used, expertly weaving real world, physical props and sets when possible and only falling back to baked graphics when necessary.

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Batman v Superman exclusive clip drops during Conan

Batman v Superman exclusive clip drops during Conan

During Conan yesterday, a new clip from the upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice movie was released. In the clip we see the Batmobile and some unfortunate thing that happens to it courtesy of Superman. It’s Superman making the threats in this video, and Batman makes it clear he isn’t too worried. We won't spoil it for you, so check out the video after the jump!

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Marvel’s Doctor Strange: first Cumberbatch image published

Marvel’s Doctor Strange: first Cumberbatch image published

We found out last December that Benedict Cumberbatch, the actor perhaps best associated with his role as Sherlock Holmes, will be playing Doctor Strange in Marvel's upcoming movie by the same name. Now, more than a year later, the first official image of Cumberbatch as the doctor has been published; in it we see the character's iconic costume and more than a hint of mysticism.

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Going ‘Catatonic’ in VR’s horror underbelly

Going ‘Catatonic’ in VR’s horror underbelly

It’s no secret that I love horror movies, the reasons for which are both numerous and irrelevant. I’ve seen hundreds of movies in the genre over the years, most of them cheesy with healthy half and one-star ratings on Netflix. It’s not that I like crappy movies; rather, the genre suffers from one big problem: true fear is very hard to impart through traditional film. That’s where virtual reality comes in.

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Resident Evil: The Final Chapter crew member dies on set

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter crew member dies on set

More tragic news has come in from the set of Resident Evil: The Final Chapter — one of the production's crew members was crushed on set and died a short while later at the hospital. According to a local publication, the crew member was Ricardo Cornelius, a 34-year-old who was severely injured when a U.S. Army Hummer fell on top of him earlier this month.

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens still breaking records, $300M in 5 days

Star Wars: The Force Awakens still breaking records, $300M in 5 days

It seems that the Star Wars franchise has finally gotten its epic comeback. At least if box office numbers are going to be the indicator. After earning the record for the biggest haul over a December weekend, The Force Awakens, the seventh installment in a trilogy of trilogies, is now reporting $300 million. That's in just five days and in North America alone, leaving hope for 10 digit numbers by the end of its run.

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Leak has ‘Hateful Eight,’ ‘Revenant’ online before premieres

Leak has ‘Hateful Eight,’ ‘Revenant’ online before premieres

A massive leak has resulted in two highly anticipated movies, The Hateful Eight and The Revenant, being published online before their Christmas day theatrical premieres. So far The Revenant has proven most popular, with nearly a million people downloading it in a single day. Tarantino’s Hateful Eight has also proven popular, though, with more than half a million downloads during the same time period.

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens breaks records over the weekend

Star Wars: The Force Awakens breaks records over the weekend

By now it shouldn't probably come as a surprise. Stars Wars: The Force Awakens, the seventh chapter, formally episode, of one of history's greatest sagas, has broken box office records over the weekend since it premiered. And it wasn't just in the US alone. The film raked in hundreds millions of dollars across the globe, save in some countries where the film was met with strong local competition or was completely delayed to January. The figures mean a great deal not just to fans but to the prospect of Disney spinning out even more content and products in the years to come.

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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Batmobile collectible unveiled

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Batmobile collectible unveiled

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will be arriving in theaters this upcoming March, and ahead of that premiere is a realistic figurine and, mostly importantly, a scaled down Batmobile. The figures come from Hot Toys, which has revealed the upcoming collectibles in a new teaser video. This collectible Batmobile is 1/6 the scale of the real thing that'll be arriving in theaters on March 25.

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