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  • Benedict Cumberbatch officially joins Marvel's 'Doctor Strange'

    Benedict Cumberbatch officially joins Marvel's 'Doctor Strange'
    He has solved cases as Sherlock Holmes, been exiled as Julian Assange and saved Britain from the Nazis as Alan Turing, but British actor Benedict Cumberbatch is not done playing the hero as Marvel announced Thursday he will star as Doctor Strange....
  • Ethan Hawke on life, films and experimenting

     Ethan Hawke on life, films and experimenting
    If you think you've had an eventful year, consider the one Ethan Hawke is having. Since 2014 began, Hawke has unveiled the 12-year epic "Boyhood," shot the drone drama "Good Kill," prepared for the release of his sci-fi picture "Predestination" and has...
  • Film Review: 'Jessabelle'

    Not to be confused with "Annabelle" (although that could only help commercially), "Jessabelle" serves up a murky and underwhelming cauldron of Southern-fried voodoo-horror claptrap. Scaling down a notch into PG-13 territory after two back-to-back "Saw"...
  • To director Scott Derrickson, the supernatural comes naturally

    To director Scott Derrickson, the supernatural comes naturally
    Filmmaker Scott Derrickson was first introduced some 10 years ago to a New York cop who had undertaken what he calls "the Work" of investigating demonic possession and performing exorcisms. In the time since, Derrickson has been involved as both...
  • 'Deliver Us From Evil' thrills with Eric Bana's haunted cop

    'Deliver Us From Evil' thrills with Eric Bana's haunted cop
    Buckle up for the ride that is "Deliver Us From Evil," a highly intense and effective mash-up of police procedural and horror show. Boosting the story's thrill quotient is its air of authenticity: The film was inspired by actual paranormal cases described...
  • 'Doctor Strange' Director Scott Derrickson Writing 'Outer Limits' Script

    Scott Derrickson, who was recently tapped to direct Marvel's "Doctor Strange," has come on board MGM's long-stalled "The Outer Limits" movie. Derrickson, who most recently directed 2012′s "Sinister," is writing the "Outer Limits" script with...
  • Universal Veers From Superhero Trend for a Monster Plan

    While most studios in Hollywood are betting on superheroes to save the box office, Universal Pictures is doubling down on creature features. This month, the studio acquired rights to Anne Rice's "The Vampire Chronicles" book series. In July, it announced...
  • Quality Crews, Service Offset Puny Film Incentives in California

    The California Film Commission recently found that 83% of projects that apply for, and don't receive, its tax credit incentive decide to film outside California. Among those that stay, only a few are major studio releases. Indeed, much of the shooting in...
  • Jason Blum: How to succeed in the microbudget movie business

    Jason Blum: How to succeed in the microbudget movie business
    A couple years ago the agent-turned-producer Gavin Polone ("Zombieland") detailed just how excessive movie star perks can be. Not only are actors paid a salary, he noted in a piece for Vulture, but add-ons often include private jet travel and luxury...
  • 'The Purge': Morality tale binges on violence and plot lapses ★ 1/2

    'The Purge': Morality tale binges on violence and plot lapses ★ 1/2
    James DeMonaco's "The Purge" is a bloody-minded, heavy-handed satire of life within these violent United States. It's a horror film with the occasional visceral thrill — the fear of being hunted, the excitement of righteous violence against nameless...
  • 'The Purge' hopes to make a killing for less

    If you're a movie studio with money to burn, summer is bonfire time. Almost every week there's a new $200-million-plus production — Warner Bros.' "Man of Steel" and Paramount's "World War Z" are the next budget-busters — and it costs...