Nick Spake's Picks

  • The first Justice League reactions are in

    Is Justice League another Batman v Superman?
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  • Nicolas Cage's unmade Superman movie could've been animated

    In what remains one of the most talked about cancelled movies ever, Nicolas Cage nearly played the Man of Steel with Tim Burton behind the camera in Superman Lives. The unmade project apparently almost got a second life as an animated feature, however.
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  • Ridley Scott comments on future of Alien franchise

    With the release of Alien: Covenant, Ridley Scott claimed that there would be plenty more Alien movies on the horizon. Seeing how the followup to Prometheus underperformed at the box office, however, many were skeptical about this franchise’s future.
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  • Chris Hemsworth loses temper after TV host reveals Thor: Ragnarok spoiler

    What a day. First The Big Bang Theory hints at a Justice League spoiler and now an interviewer has given away a major twist in Thor: Ragnarok.
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Latest Movie News

  • Johnny Depp sparking Fantastic Beasts 2 backlash

    Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is one of the most hyped movies coming out next year. However, fans aren’t pleased that Johnny Depp will be returning in the sequel.
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  • Jake Gyllenhaal may replace Ben Affleck as Batman

    The late Heath Ledger won an Oscar for his iconic portrayal as the Joker in The Dark Knight. Now it’s being rumored that his Brokeback Mountain co-star, Jake Gyllenhaal, might replace Ben Affleck as Batman.
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  • The Last Jedi to be longest Star Wars movie ever

    You know how Justice League is the shortest DCEU movie to date? Well, The Last Jedi is doing the complete opposite for the Star Wars franchise.
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  • Is James Franco joining the X-Men franchise?

    James Franco rose to another level of fame in the Spider-Man movies where he played Harry Osborn. Franco may be hanging up his Green Goblin gear to take part in another Marvel movie.
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Latest Movie Reviews

  • Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Review

    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri may not be as rewatchable as McDonagh’s previous two films, but it is his most mature, timely, and important picture to date.
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  • Thank You for Your Service Review

    Thank You for Your Service, which Hall both wrote and directed, is another strong film about the side effects of war.
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Latest Movie Previews

  • 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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  • Crafting Coco featurette is overflowing with culture

    Pixar’s Coco looks like a potential frontrunner for this year’s Best Animated Feature Oscar. The latest featurette offers a glimpse at how the filmmakers crafted the film’s look, music, and themes.
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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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  • 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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  • How The Nightmare Before Christmas changed stop-motion forever

    When people think of projects that launched stop-motion animation into the mainstream, Rankin/Bass’ Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas usually come to mind.
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Latest Movie Trailers

  • 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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  • Early Man trailer is the greatest thing since sliced bread

    Aardman, the stop-motion masterminds behind Wallace & Gromit and Chicken Run, are back with their latest animated feature, Early Man.
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  • The Post trailer is here and just in time for awards season

    With names like Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep, and director Steven Spielberg attached, The Post is one of the most anticipated films of the 2017 awards season. For the longest time, however, we’ve seen virtually no footage of the Best Picture hopeful.
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Latest Movie Interviews

  • 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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  • Step - Five inspirational questions with the cast and crew

    Flickreel recently had the opportunity to take part in a roundtable interview with the cast and crew of Step, a charming documentary about a Baltimore high school dance team on their road to college and a state championship.
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  • Demetri Martin discusses Dean and the secret to looking forever 30

    Flickreel recently spoke with Demetri Martin about his directorial debut, Dean, as well as the secret to his eternally youthful looks.
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  • Phoenix Forgotten Exclusive Interview – Director Justin Barber

    On March 13, 1997, a series of mysterious lights appeared in Phoenix, Arizona. Twenty years later, the Phoenix Lights phenomenon is still widely considered one of the most infamous UFO sightings in human history. This provided the basis for director Justin Barber’s new psychological horror film, Phoenix Forgotten. Flickreel recently spoke to Barber about his film, as well as what really went…
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