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Alex Garland ‘Ex Machina’ Follow Up ‘Annihilation’ Gets Release Date

Scheduled to arrive in theaters on February 23, 2018, “Annihilation” will be the next project following “Ex Machina” from Alex Garland. This sci-fi thriller will star Natalie Portman as a biologist leading a team of scientist to a place known as “Area X.” In this place nature has reclaimed the land and they face things such as deadly creatures, contamination, and disappearances. It is based upon a book of the same name from Jeff VanderMeer. This author shared a few words regarding his perspective of Alex Garland’s vision.

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Trailer: ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Woos Cinephiles

After much anticipation and online fanfare, Sony Pictures Classics released the first trailer to the coming of age drama “Call Me By Your Name.” Directed by Luca Guadagnino (“A Bigger Splash,” “I Am Love”), the gay romance set in 1980’s Italy stars Timothée Chalamet, Armie Hammer, and Michael Stuhlbarg. I had the pleasure to watch this poignant, tender, and soul stirring movie at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. The emotionally resonate drama is a masterpiece of romantic cinema for viewers regardless of their sexual orientation.

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Top 5 Hans Zimmer Movie Scores

Hans Zimmer been composing for major motion films since the 1980’s. If you do not know him, just think of films with scores that stand out. Lion King, Gladiator, Rain Man Pirates of the Caribbean, Dark Knight trilogy….Hans F’n Zimmer. His style and influence has impacted over 150 films, while earning Academy awards, Golden Globes, and Grammy’s among others. Though I absolutely loved the soundtrack to Dunkirk, I wanted to highlight my personal top 5 film scores by Hans Zimmer.

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Eric’s Guide To Watching the ‘Planet of the Apes’ Series

Most of my stories of movie watching involve my dad, but for ‘Planet of the Apes’ I associate it with my mom. We happen to catch the original “Planet of the Apes” on TV. Afterwards, we decided to pick up the other films. Over the course of the following weekends we slowly bought the other movies. So with the new film currently in theaters I thought it may be fun to do another one of these ranking guide articles to celebrate. We have a lot of films to get through so let’s get started.

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Pennywise Speaks in new ‘IT’ Trailer

Just when things get quiet again Pennywise returns as a new ‘IT’ trailer drops. Yes Stephen King’s iconic book starring the famous clown, Pennywise seems to be creating quite the hype for itself. Earlier today Warner Bros. released the official trailer. How does it stack up to those teaser trailers? Here’s the trailer for you below. Though be warned if you are someone with coulrophobia (fear of clowns) then this may be too much for you as there is A LOT of it in here.

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‘Thor: Ragnarok’ SDCC Trailer Is More Exciting Than The First

The trailer that debuted for ““Thor: Ragnarok” was intense but San Diego Comic Con took it to the next level. With Hall H premiering the second trailer for the film, we get to see a lot more of Hulk and Thor along with stronger context for the story. While the Avengers may have been busy with Earth problems, a whole lot of craziness has been going on in Asgard.

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‘Justice League’ Trailer Sneak Peek Debuts At SDCC

San Diego Comic Con’s Hall H debuted the next “Justice League” trailer that revealed quite a few details. There’s more coverage of the lesser known on screen heroes like Aquaman, the Flash, and Cyborg, as well as a reveal of their main adversary Steppenwolf. While some instances are brief, they definitely provide an ample amount of foreshadowing for what’s to come.

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