• 'CHIPS' Star Michael Peña On Mastering The Motorcycle ‘I Was Not Good’

    'CHIPS' Star Michael Peña On Mastering The Motorcycle ‘I Was Not Good’

      Michael Peña picks up where Erik Estrada left off in a revamp of the 70s television show CHIPS. Written, starring and directed by Dax Shepard, CHIPS the movie has nothing in common with the original show except for the action on motorcycles. For Peña, the motorcycle action proved the most difficult in the buddy comedy flick. Read More
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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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Watch Behind the Scenes Parkour Stunts From 'Assassin's Creed'

In this ASSASSIN’S CREED behind the scenes featurette, world-renowned parkour expert, Danee Marmolejo’s explains how some of the gravity defying movements are achieved by recreating some of the stunt moves identified in the film. It’s truly spectacular to get a glimpse of the elaborate production that was needed to create such an action packed film, like ASSASSIN’S CREED.

ASSASSIN’S CREED opens December 21.

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'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' Review: The Darkest Movie of the Franchise

Diego Luna and Felicity Jones in ROGUE ONE

EMPIRE STRIKES BACK was the darkest and grittiest of the STAR WARS film that is until ROGUE ONE:  A STAR WARS STORY.  Unlike other STAR WARS films, there are no cutesy-elements like R2-D2, the Ewoks or BB-8, and the light-hearted moments are kept to a minimum. While the film fits into the George Lucas universe with familiar elements, this is a far more serious film. Director Gareth Edwards has made this film his own.

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La La Land, Moonlight, The People v O.J. Simpson Lead 2017 Golden Globe Nominations: Complete List

Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone in La La Land 

Here we go again with award season, and it's not a complete white out this time around. Damien Chazelle's nostalgic musical LA LA LAND starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling leads the pack in nominations with seven while the indie darling MOONLIGHT follows with six On the television side, “The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” with five nominations and AMC's "Night Manager" starring Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie top the list. See the complete list below.

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New 'Baywatch' Trailer Review

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No one has high hopes for a movie screen adaptation of the cheesy 90s television show named BAYWATCH, so the new trailer for the movie starring Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron shouldn't be a disappointment, but actually it is. The new trailer lays out the simplistic plot in a cookie cutter fashion. There's nothing smart about the big screen approach at least from what we can see in the first preview, but will anybody care as long as The Rock and Zac Efron flash those muscles, and the women parade their bods like in the original?  What do you think about the trailer?

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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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