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    Michael Mann’s Cybercrime Thriller Hits January 2015, ‘Warcraft’ Moves To March 2016 To Make Way For ‘Star Wars 7’

    Universal Pictures and their new partners at Legendary Pictures (they said "see ya later" to Warner Bros. this year after “Pacific Rim”) have unveiled a quintet of release dates for their 2015/2016 season. Let’s get right to it. The first and perhaps most disappointing news is that Michael Mann’s un...

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    'Thor: The Dark World': Where It Saved The Day & Where It Left Us Wanting More

    After rolling out first in the rest of the world, this past weekend saw the U.S. release of "Thor: The Dark World," the third adventure to feature the Norse god of thunder, after "Thor" and "The Avengers," and the eighth movie in Marvel's cinematic masterplan. As you might have assumed, the movie's ...

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    Thor: The Dark World

    I can’t predict what Marvel fans will make of the second movie showcasing Thor, the Norse hero with the mighty hammer.

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    Review: 'Thor: The Dark World' The Most Deeply Flawed Marvel Movie Since 'Iron Man 2'

    The first "Thor" movie was something of a risk for Marvel. Wisecracking Robert Downey Jr. in a (relatively) grounded real world setting was one thing, but a Viking god from space, played by a complete unknown and directed by a man best known for Shakespeare adaptations was quite another. But the 201...

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    Worlds At War: Why 'Thor: The Dark World' And the Saoirse Ronan Vehicle 'How I Live Now' Make An Effective Double Bill

    War has provided cinema with fodder for both entertainment and terror, but never the twain shall meet -- except this weekend, when both "Thor: The Dark World" and "How I Live Now" hit theaters (as well as digital platforms, in the case of "How I Live Now"). On the surface, the two movies have little...

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    Review: Marvel's 'Thor: The Dark World,' With Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman & Tom Hiddleston

    The first "Thor" movie was something of a risk for Marvel. Wisecracking Robert Downey Jr. in a (relatively) grounded real world setting was one thing, but a Viking god from space, played by a complete unknown and directed by a man best known for Shakespeare adaptations was quite another. But the 201...

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    Watch: Thor Can't Trust Loki In First Clip From 'Thor: The Dark World' Plus New Featurette

    There are fans who want to go into their superhero movies cold, and those that don't, and for the latter, it must be difficult to resist the temptation to check out the marketing materials in the run-up to a movie. Especially for followers of the Marvel-verse, as the studio does blanket marketing be...

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    Chris Hemsworth Shares New Details About Michael Mann's Hackers & Espionage Film

    “Rush” (review here) went into wide release this past weekend to a middling response over in the U.S., but back in Europe it's attracting much greater interest, telling as it does the story of two European heroes of a chiefly European sport. Thus it was that star Chris Hemsworth was talking to Germa...

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    Daniel Brühl On Why He Was Scared to Play Niki Lauda For Ron Howard in 'Rush' and His Rivalry With Chris Hemsworth

    Best known stateside for his role as a devious Nazi in "Inglourious Basterds," Daniel Brühl is far from being a known name in America, despite being a bonafide celebrity in Germany thanks to the hit comedy "Good Bye, Lenin!" That's likely to change when Ron Howard's "Rush" opens wide today.

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    The Assessment: Ron Howard's Directorial Career In 8 Movies

    Erstwhile star of the beacon of TV Americana that was “Happy Days,” occasional actor, and now Oscar-winning director and major Hollywood power player, Ron Howard is, by every account you can find the length and breadth of the World Wide Web, a really nice guy. Almost every interview starts with a re...

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