Carsten Kurpanek

  • 'Deadpool' Feels A Little More Real Now

    There may be no forthcoming film that ignites a spark in comic-book fans' eyes more than "Deadpool," the "X-Men" spinoff that has been in various stages of development since at least 2000. Just the idea that it exists is like an Infinity Stone leading to some kind of fantasy movie land for…

    Huffington Post
  • Watch this now: The best movie of the year is now on YouTube for free

    This summer movie season has been full of action-packed blockbusters, from the highly anticipated Avengers: Age of Ultron to the surprisingly awesome Mad Max: Fury Road, but the best movie of the season isn’t in theaters. Nope, the only way to watch the best movie of the summer is to find it on…

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  • HBO Picks Up Duplass Brothers Animated Series ‘Animals’

    HBO has given a two-season pickup to the animated series “Animals” produced by the Duplass Brothers. The first two episodes screened this year at Sundance, generating buzz that led to the HBO pickup. HBO has acquired worldwide rights to the first batch of episodes produced and has ordered a second…

    Variety
  • June’s best deals: Movies, doughnuts and paint

    Things start to heat up in June, including summertime sales. Find deals on movie tickets, paint, doughnuts and treats for Dad.

    MarketWatch
  • Modern Theaters, Hit Local Movies Push Mexico Box Office to New Heights

    With more plush, modern theaters, as well as local producers catering to the crowd, Mexico is becoming an emerging powerhouse at the box office — and that’s good news for the U.S. studios. In the first quarter of 2015, Mexico turnstiles registered a 15.2% rise over the same period in 2014, totaling…

    Variety
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    Emma Stone Is The First Civilian To Fly In F-22

    Emma Stone is at the L.A. Screening of 'Aloha' talking about her experience making the movie and chatting about her chance to be the first civilian to be in an F-22 with the Air Force.

    Celebrity Wire
  • Ann Roth Honored at NYWFT's Designing Women

    Even though she loves awards, Meryl Streep did not show up to introduce Ann Roth at last night's New York Women in Film & Television's Designing Women evening, where the legendary costume designer was being honored for lifetime achievement. At a Roth tribute at the Hamptons Film Festival in 2013,…

    Huffington Post
  • New trailers: Point Break, Black Mass, The Daily Show, and more

    We've done it everyone. We've gone a week without a superhero trailer. At least, so long as you aren't counting superhuman athletes, sleeper secret agents, and The Rock in general. Either way, there's a good mixture of trailers out this week, including some huge films — like Point Break — and some…

    The Verge
  • ‘San Andreas’ Starts To Quake With $3.1M; ‘Aloha’ Draws $500K In Thursday Previews

    San Andreas shook $3.1M out of moviegoers’ pockets last night.  Sony’s Cameron Crowe romantic comedy  Aloha also started hula-dancing with $500K at 2,275 theaters. The Warner Bros.-New Line/Village Roadshow title is hoping for a $40M launch for the Brad Peyton film, which marks the director’s…

    Deadline
  • Andy Serkis’ Star Wars: The Force Awakens character revealed, and he looks angry

    Andy Serkis will play a character called Supreme Leader Snoke in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, according to a post on the official Star Wars website today. You can see Serkis, as photographed by Annie Leibovitz for Vanity Fair, in motion capture gear above. Lupita Nyong’o will also play a…

    Polygon
  • 4 Movies That Were Banned in the U.S.

    Here are 4 films that were officially banned from theaters in the U.S.

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  • How David Oyelowo Is Challenging Himself and the Status Quo

    David Oyelowo is not done fighting. In fact, the 39-year-old English actor will not stop advocating for more diversity on screen until films like Selma and his new HBO project, Nightingale, about a repressed military veteran isolated by his own mental disorder and personal shame, are part of the…

    ETonline
  • Reese Witherspoon, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair Reunite at ‘Cruel Intentions’ Musical

    Reese Witherspoon, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair, stars of ’90s teen seduction tale “Cruel Intentions,” reunited Thursday in Los Angeles at Rockwell Table & Stage’s “The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Cruel Intentions.” Roger Kumble‘s 1999 pic, based on “Dangerous Liaisons,” catapulted the…

    Variety
  • IMAX plans Hong Kong IPO for China unit

    IMAX plans to sell shares of its China unit in Hong Kong as it seeks to accelerate its expansion in the fast-growing Chinese movie market. The Canadian maker of widescreen cinemas filed an application ...

    Associated Press
  • Amal Clooney Has a Stylist After All

    And he's John Galliano's partner.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Chris Pratt Teaches Son Pledge Of Allegiance; Moment Captured In Adorable Video

    Chris Pratt continues to impress. Just days after posting a blog pre-apologizing for anything he might accidentally say on the media tour for "Jurassic World," the actor shared a touching video showing him in a father-son teaching moment. The 34-second clip posted on Facebook on Wednesday, showed…

    Access Hollywood
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    Insomniac Theater: 'San Andreas'

    A sneak peek at two movies hitting theaters this weekend.

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  • Is Marvel Sabotaging ‘Fantastic Four?’

    Since Marvel doesn’t own the film rights to the Fantastic Four or X-Men, they’ve thrown a series of strange jabs against the 20th Century Fox-owned properties.

    The Daily Beast (RSS)