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Assassin's Creed: 5 Things to Know

Assassins Creed Michael Fassbender

The long-awaited big screen debut of Assassin's Creed is finally here!

Starring Michael Fassbender, the film follows Cal Lynch as he travels back to 15-century Spain via a technology that unlocks the genetic memories of his DNA. There he aligns himself with a secret society that fights to preserve free will. Through his battle, he gains the strength to battle oppressive modern day forces.

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Passengers Director Morten Tyldum and Writer Jon Spaihts Explain Movie’s Origins

Passengers Chris Pratt Jennifer Lawrence

PASSENGERS is not your typical love story set against a backdrop of impending doom a la TITANIC. The Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence film is actually a little more sinister and darker than what the trailer lets on. While critics are ravaging the film for that, PASSENGERS should be admired for the risks it takes and its uniqueness.  PASSENGERS director Morten Tyldum and screenwriter Jon Spaihts explain their vision for the film and Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt reveal why they wanted part of a dysfunctional love story set in space.

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Mexican Actor Mario Moran Talks 'No Manches Frida' and Fear of Deep Water

No Manches Frida Mario Moreno Omar Chaparro

The hilarious Spanish comedy, NO MANCHES FRIDA starring Mexican actors Omar Chaparro, Martha Higareda and Mario Moran, comes to DVD on December 27. Mario Moran talks to us about his role as a spoiled high schooler opposite Omar Chaparro.

Best known for his roles on the Mexican telenovelas La Doña y Pasión y Poder, Moran makes the transition to movies withe the comedy, NO MANCHES FRIDA. While shooting a new project, Moran took time from his production schedule to discuss hsi current comedy.

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'The Boatman' Star Oscar Torre and Director Greg Morgan Talk Supernatural Border Story

 Boatman Oscar Torre and director Greg Morgan

In THE BOATMAN, a coyote, played by Oscar Torre, hears dead people. Director Greg Morgan sat down with CineMovie’s Fer-r-rnando Duran to discuss why THE BOATMAN is not your typical border story. The movie opens December 16 in Los Angeles.

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'Your Name' Anime Movie Director Makoto Shinkai Not Interested in Hollywood Nor An Adaptation

Makoto Shinkai Your Name Director CineMovie interview

There have been a handful of “body switching” narratives that Hollywood has played around with over the years--Freaky Friday, The Hot Chick, Vice Versa, and the list goes on. These films always seem to fall under the atrocious--guilty pleasure category and don’t generally make that “Marvel” money. Despite the trend, Japanese director Makoto Shinkai, has taken his anime switching-places film, YOUR NAME, and propelled it to become the second highest grossing Japanese title of all time! In fact, his picture is now in the running to be crowned the Best Animated Feature at the Oscars.

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David Zayas Talks 'Shut Eye' and Acting Career

David Zayas Shut Eye interview

David Zayas has been a steady working actor since breaking out on the highly-acclaimed HBO series OZ, and next the Bronx native stars in Hulu’s original series, “Shut Eye.” The former NYPD beat cop and Air Force veteran always wanted to act as a boy growing up in the Bronx, but reality took him on a detour that eventually led him back to his first passion - acting.  

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Isabella Rossellini, Emmanuelle Chriqui and 'Shut Eye' Co-Stars Talk Strong Female Roles

 Isabella Rossellini Emmanuelle Chriqui Shut Eye Red Carpet

Hulu's Original Series SHUT EYE should be a case study of how women's roles should be written. The women are multi-faceted, complicated and the ones who push the envelope on the show. Isabella Rossellini, KaDee Strickland, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Mel Harris ("Thirty Something") and the other ladies of SHUT EYE talk about their juicy roles during the show's Hollywood premiere. 

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