Editor's Picks

  • The first Justice League reviews have landed, is it another disaster for DC?

    After much anticipation, Justice League reviews have landed on the internet and critics are branding the Batman v Superman follow-up “embarrassing”, “boring” and “a mess”.
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  • The first Justice League reactions are in

    Is Justice League another Batman v Superman?
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  • Paddington 2 Review

    Paddington 2 is a truly glorious, charming and tender piece of cinema.
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  • Star Wars star Adam Driver joins Spike Lee and Jordan Peele project Black Klansman

    Star Wars actor Adam Driver is joining Black Klansman, set to play the lead role, where Driver will play a Jewish police officer working undercover.
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    Any movie with Adam Driver will be vastly improved by his presence.
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Latest Movie News

  • This Justice League poster features dead Marvel characters

    “The graphic poster includes Deadpool on Aquaman’s pitchfork, Batman holding a cut-off head of Thor, Wolverine being stabbed to death, the Flash stepping on Captain America’s head, Superman squishing Ant-Man, and a disembodied Ironman lying on the ground.”
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  • X-Men star cast in Samuel L. Jackson's Shaft reboot

    Alexandra Shipp, perhaps best known for playing Storm in X-Men: Apocolypse, is in talks to join Samuel L. Jackson in Shaft. Tim Story of the original Fantastic Four (2005) is directing the movie, which is seen as a continuation of the story of the private detective that first appeared in the 1970s blaxploitation action movie that became a pop culture phenomenon.
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  • Murder On The Orient Express already has a sequel in the works

    On the heels of Murder on the Orient Express, 20th Century Fox is staying in the Agatha Christie business by pushing Death on the Nile into development.  Michael Green, who adapted the screenplay for Orient Express, is returning to write while there is no deal currently in place, five-time Oscar nominee Kenneth Branagh is expected to return as director and reprise his role as Poirot.
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  • Phil Lord and Chris Miller break silence on being fired from Solo

    Ever since Phil Lord and Chris Miller were let go from Solo: A Star Wars Story in favor of Ron Howard, the directing duo has been fairly silent about their departure. The two have finally opened up about the whole ordeal, however, and their words were pretty optimistic.
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Latest Movie Reviews

  • Mudbound Review

    While the narrative structure may be an issue, the dialogue is anything but, as there’s a concise, dogmatic and somewhat brutal aspect to the monologues, and yet it’s always articulate and eloquent.
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  • Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool Review

    This film is so touching, so warm and so tender – and just to top it all off, there’s even a disco-dancing scene featuring the two lead roles. Billy Elliot may have grown up, but he didn’t forget how to boogie.
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Latest Movie Previews

  • Luke trains Rey in new Star Wars: The Last Jedi clip

    Throughout most of the previews for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Luke Skywalker has demonstrated some reluctance to train Rey. In a new ad, however, we see Luke calling out to his young Padawan as she’s torn between the light and dark side of the Force.
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  • Danny Elfman's Batman theme featured in new Justice League clip

    Just as Tim Burton’s Batman set a new standard for superhero movies in 1989, Danny Elfman’s musical score remains one of the genre’s most iconic compositions.
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  • Fifty Shades Freed drops a major tease

    The new trailer for Fifty Shades Freed is set to hit on Monday.
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  • Luke returns to Millenium Falcon in Star Wars: The Last Jedi TV spot

    The latest TV spot for Star Wars: The Last Jedi has its fair share of familiar footage, but it also reveals a few never before seen clips. A highlight is Luke Skywalker stepping aboard the Millenium Falcon for the first time in years.
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Latest Movie Features

  • Why Lady Bird is a coming-of-age gem

    It seems like every year we get at least one indie comedy that ever so masterfully taps into the teenage mindset. In 2015 it was Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, in 2016 it was The Edge of Seventeen, and this year it’s definitely Lady Bird.
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  • Flickreel's Five Films You Can't Miss in November

    Often when compiling our five films you don’t want to miss each month, to come up with a number that high can be a challenge, but this November, it was remarkably easy. In fact, the difficulty this time around came in whittling it down to just five films, such is the wealth of cinematic endeavours released over the next four weeks. But fear not, we managed it – and here’s what made the…
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  • Why doesn’t anyone ever talk about this Oscar nominated Halloween classic?

    Flickreel looks over a Halloween hoot that deserves to be revisited, especially with the recent recurrence of creepy kids movies and 80s nostalgia.
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  • Why is Halloween III gaining a cult following?

    After years of being considered the black sheep of the franchise, Halloween III has gained a cult following as of late.
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Latest Movie Trailers

  • New A Wrinkle in Time trailer brings classic novel to life

    A Wrinkle in Time is one of those classic novels that appeared to be unfilmable for the longest time. Just as they did with The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, the good folks at Disney have seemingly brought a timeless tale to life on the silver screen. At least that’s the impression the latest trailer gives.

     
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  • The Incredibles 2 teaser is what you've been waiting 13 years to see

    For almost thirteen years, audiences have been asking Disney, Pixar, and director Brad Bird the same question: “Where is my Incredibles sequel?!” Well, here’s the first teaser!
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  • The Rampage trailer is an 80s dream come to life

    When Rampage hit the arcade scene in 1986, chances are nobody expected it to ever inspire a multi-million dollar film. The first Rampage is here, however, and it’s a dream come true for anyone who grew up in this era.
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  • New trailer for The Greatest Showman is magical

    The Greatest Showman might not be a Baz Luhrmann movie, but the film’s first international trailer certainly has the makings of one.
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Latest Movie Interviews

  • Hugh Bonneville, Madeleine Harris, Samuel Joslin Paddington 2 interview

    Flickreel interviews stars Hugh Bonneville, Madeleine Harris & Samuel Joslin about their work on Paddington 2. Paddington 2 is in UK cinemas from Friday 10th November and out in the US early next year.
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  • Paul King and Simon Farnaby Paddington 2 interview

    Flickreel interviews writer/director Paul King and writer/performer Simon Farnaby about their marvellous work on Paddington 2. Paddington 2 is in UK cinemas from Friday 10th November and out in the US early next year.
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  • David Heyman Paddington 2 interview

    Flickreel interviews producer David Heyman about his movie Paddington 2. Paddington 2 is in UK cinemas from Friday 10th November and out in the US early next year.
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  • Thank You For Your Service – 5 Questions with writer/director Jason Hall

    Flickreel interviews Jason Hall of Thank You For Your Service and American Sniper.
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