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Independence Day Resurgence details surface as shooting is underway

Independence Day Resurgence details surface as shooting is underway

If you are a fan of the original Independence Day movie, some new details on the film have surfaced. The details came from a major event that 20th Century Fox hosted on the set of the film, which is shooting in Albuquerque, New Mexico at this moment. The event included fireworks and a screening of the original film on set. During the event two sets were being shown off that had a human/alien hybrid fighter and a Moon Tug.

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iPhone filmmaker puts pros to shame with slo-mo

iPhone filmmaker puts pros to shame with slo-mo

Last we heard of iPhone filmmaker Tristan Pope he was showing how a smartphone and some creativity could rival professional cameras; now he's back and in slow-motion. Pope made waves earlier this year with his film "Romance in NYC", a crowdfunded movie recored entirely with an iPhone 6 and a handful of accessories. For the follow-up, Dancers of Zurich, Pope stuck with the iPhone, but it's a testament to how quickly the smartphone camera-accessory market is evolving.

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Marvel’s Ant-Man TV spot might make you think it’s a comedy

Marvel’s Ant-Man TV spot might make you think it’s a comedy

In about a month's time, the world will be treated to another Marvel Cinematic Universe serving, so close to Avengers: Age of Ultron. But if the latest released TV ad for Marvel's Ant-Man is any indication, there's little worry that it will get overshadowed by the bigger blockbuster hit. Previous trailers emphasized on the seriousness of the film, the powers, the effects, and the destruction, with one or two witty remarks. This time, however, Marvel seems to have pulled all the stops, placing a punchline almost every 20 seconds or so in this 60 second trailer.

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James Bond movie ‘Spectre’ gets first TV trailer

James Bond movie ‘Spectre’ gets first TV trailer

In December 2014, we discovered that the next James Bond movie would be Spectre, marking a 24th installment in the series. More than six months have passed since then, and on Wednesday fans were given another glimpse of the movie — this time in the form of a TV trailer. It is exactly one minute in length, the footage nearly as long, and in it we see everything you’d expect in a James Bond movie…including the quip that he is, “Bond. James Bond.”

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Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters gets Chris Hemsworth as the receptionist

Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters gets Chris Hemsworth as the receptionist

Paul Feig's all-female rehashing of Ghostbusters is still a work in progress, and newest to the cast is Chris Hemsworth, who will be playing the receptionist. This is a big change up from his usual roles, and keeps in step with Feig's gender reversed roles over the original film. It was Feig himself who confirmed the news yesterday. Official details beyond that aren’t forthcoming, but some sources have cropped up to fill in the greater picture surrounding Hemsworth's casting.

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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice batmobile gets official debut

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice batmobile gets official debut

The next Batman v Superman movie will be arriving in 2016, and ahead of that launch its batmobile has made its official debut. Such was expected, with the debut happening more or less the way it did with the first Batman v Superman movie -- if you need a refresher, you can check out that batmobile here. The newest iteration of Batman's vehicle looks somewhat the same -- you can definitely see the similarities, which are arguably greater than the differences. The latest one is, though, its own beast.

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Sharknado 3: first trailer ahead of July premiere

Sharknado 3: first trailer ahead of July premiere

In mid-March it was confirmed that SyFy’s absurd but oddly lovable Sharknado movie is getting a third installment, which will be premiering on the network next month. A bunch of details were dropped last month, but there was nothing more than a single teaser image, and it was mostly composed of just the "Sharknado 3" logo. Now that the launch is almost upon us, though, we've gotten a look at the movie's first teaser trailer (which, of course, we have after the jump).

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No TRON 3, say insider sources

No TRON 3, say insider sources

Now we will never know if Flynn really (still) lives. Barely two months since it seemed almost guaranteed that there will be a third film from the geek favorite TRON franchise, Disney suddenly pulls the rug from under it, at least according to anonymous sources. Just as TRON 3, for lack of a better way to call it, has never really been official, it is now also unofficially dead. And while no definite reason has been handed out, some fingers are being pointed in the direction of Disney's most recent sci-fi flick, Tomorrowland.

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‘IT’ movie’s future uncertain with director Cary Fukunaga’s exit

‘IT’ movie’s future uncertain with director Cary Fukunaga’s exit

The upcoming movie to be based on Stephen King's chilling and bizarre novel IT is now on shaky ground, with the flick's director Cary Fukunaga abandoning the project. Fukunaga has enjoyed success with his work on True Detective, but his name won't be attached to New Line's rendition of King's book -- if the movie happens at all, at this point (it's likely another director will be found, but how long that'll take is anyone's guess). The reasons aren't officially known, but anonymous sources have teased possibilities.

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World of Warcraft movie: first look at Orgrim the Orc

World of Warcraft movie: first look at Orgrim the Orc

The movie based on Blizzard Entertainment's World of Warcraft really is happening despite how long fans have been hearing about it without any results. It'll be arriving next summer (yes, there's an entire more year of waiting left), but we've finally been given some sort of tangible look at the film, and it's in the form of a still from the movie. In it there's Orgrim the orc, and he's looking particularly, well, orc-like and unamused. Gallery after the jump!

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8-bit Captain America: The Winter Solider reminds of the Nintendo days

8-bit Captain America: The Winter Solider reminds of the Nintendo days

Growing up in the 80s, video games were at the start terrible graphically. We thought they looked fantastic at the time, but for the most part they were terrible and we just didn’t know any better. Fast forward several years to the Nintendo/Sega days and we had some cool 8-bit and 16-bit graphics to enjoy on several different consoles.

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Pixar co-founder says smartphone, GoPro filmmaking are the future

Pixar co-founder says smartphone, GoPro filmmaking are the future

It’s already happening on a small scale, but mobile videography just got a huge nod from Pixar co-founder John Lasseter. Speaking on a panel for ‘The New Audience: Moviegoing in a Connected World’ to an audience at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Lasseter said smartphone videography and GoPros are the future of film making. Some films, like the independent ‘Romance in NYC’, have been filmed entirely on iPhone, and released into major film festivals; it’s likely just the start, too.

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