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Michael Shannon 2017 Toronto International Film Festival - 'The Shape Of Water' Premiere
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Michael Shannon 2017 Toronto International Film Festival - 'The Current War' Press Conference
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Dystopic 'Young Ones' Presents a Future Without Water

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Gwyneth's little bro, Jake Paltrow, does a lot right and one thing wrong in his new thriller.Read Full Story

6 Trailers That Debuted This Week You Need to See

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If Katie Holmes as a schoolteacher vigilante or Shailene Woodley as a horny teenager doesn't pique your interest, what will? Read Full Story

13 Things We Learned from the Epic 'Man of Steel' Blu-ray Commentary

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(From Warner Bros.)The Man of Steel Blu-ray is out, and if there's one good reason to run out and buy it, it's definitely the commentary. With a three-hour split-screen version of the movie that goes beyond the traditional commentary track, Zack Snyder, Amy Adams, Henry Cavill, and loads more people who worked on the movie break down exactly how they pulled it all off. Here are some of the coolest things we found out. 1. The Kryptonian Language Was Painstakingly Fleshed OutOur doorway into...Read Full Story

Real-Life Scientists Calculate the Death Toll and Economic Impact of Superman's Final Fight in 'Man of Steel'

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(From Warner Bros.)Much has been made of the destruction of Metropolis since Man of Steel hit theaters on Friday. It's been widely compared to both The Avengers and 9/11 in the ensuing conversation about whether such casual devastation undermines the plots and characters of such epic action and comic book movies. Well in case that conversation got your attention and you were curious about actually tallying the damage in lives and money lost, real-life scientists are now chiming in.A group...Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - Do You Believe? 'Man of Steel' Turns Superman Into Jesus

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(Warner Brothers) The Bottom Line Should you see it? Yes. Why? Although he lacks the same vulnerability, Man of Steel does for Superman what Batman Begins did for the Dark Knight. Man of Steel is so explosively loud and full of light speed action sequences, it might be the film that allows the blind to see and the deaf to hear again. It's apt then that Superman, reborn in 2013 by director Zack Snyder and co-writers Christopher Nolan and David S. Goyer, is presented as a Christ-like...Read Full Story
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