Spidey finally makes his appearance in the MCU

Spidey finally makes his appearance in the MCU

It's taken a long time, but we finally get a glimpse of what Spider-Man will look like in action in the upcoming blockbuster Captain America : Civil War. We won't spoil anything, and will leave you to make your own judgement without spoiling, but May 6 can't come sooner.

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‘Star Trek’ Goes ‘Hamilton’ in New ‘My Spock’ Music Video

‘Star Trek’ Goes ‘Hamilton’ in New ‘My Spock’ Music Video

Fans of “Hamilton,” get ready to boldly go where no song has gone before. “Grayson” and “Batman and Robin Eternal” writer Jackson Lanzing has written, sang, and produced a new “Star Trek” song in the style of the Broadway musical “Hamilton.”

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5 Tools That Will Help You Move Your Camera More Cinematically

5 Tools That Will Help You Move Your Camera More Cinematically

There are a lot of ways to make your footage look more cinematic, like lighting, set design, and costuming. Great camera movement can also do wonders, but you might need some tools to pull it off.

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"DEADPOOL" PASSES $600M AT WORLDWIDE BOX OFFICE

"DEADPOOL" PASSES $600M AT WORLDWIDE BOX OFFICE

You can't deny Deadpool. For the third weekend in a row, "Deadpool" was the #1 movie domestically, adding another $31.5 million to its stateside haul. This brings the film's international haul $609.8M. 

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Box Office: ‘Gods of Egypt’ Flops With $14 Million Debut

Box Office: ‘Gods of Egypt’ Flops With $14 Million Debut

Lionsgate once hoped to turn “Gods of Egypt” into its next major film franchise.But those dreams were dashed this weekend, after the $140 million fantasy epic opened to a feeble $14 million across 3,117 theaters. The film is shaping up to be one of the year’s biggest flops, all but guaranteeing there won’t be a part two. Its failure demonstrates the difficulty that the studio behind “The Hunger Games” and “Divergent” series faces as it struggles to find new projects to replace its retiring franchises.

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DIRECTOR ALEX PROYAS CALLS "THE CROW" REMAKE 'UNNECESSARY'

During an interview about his new film "Gods of Egypt," director Alex Proyas -- who helmed the original "The Crow" film -- shared his hopes that Hollywood will leave the comic book property alone in honor of Brandon Lee,who was accidentally killed on the set of the film.

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The Ring vs. The Grudge Teaser Trailer: J-Horror Franchises Collide

The genre has largely become the stuff of parody now, but back in the late-90s/early-00s, Ringu (The Ring)and Ju-On (The Grudge) kicked off a brand new epoch in the Japanese horror-film genre. Blending ancient folklore and ghost-stories unique to Japanese culture with present-day urban legends and classical haunted-house trappings, the startling results terrified audiences, gave horror fans a new set of iconic ghosts to fear and spawned numerous sequels, similar features like Dark Water and a pair of successful American remakes. However, both series have been dormant for several years… until now.

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Pacific Rim 2 is a go, Daredevil's writer to direct

Pacific Rim 2 is a go, Daredevil's writer to direct

Pacific Rim 2 is back online, and will be directed by Steven S. DeKnight, who was the head writer for the Daredevil series on Netflix, reports Deadline.

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Sony's New AXS-R7 Recorder Enables 120fps 4K RAW on the F55

Sony's New AXS-R7 Recorder Enables 120fps 4K RAW on the F55

To get RAW video working on the F5 and F55 cinema cameras, you needed the AXS-R5 RAW recorder accessory that mounted on the back of the camera (and also worked with the FS700 with an additional accessory). Now they've introduced an updated version, the AXS-R7, which has two recording slots, and have announced that there will be new AXS media and a new firmware, version 8.

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Netflix Now Testing Autoplaying Trailers

Netflix Now Testing Autoplaying Trailers

Netflix is again testing how to best integrate teaser trailers into its user experience. At Mobile World Congress, the company talked about a test of autoplaying video trailers that would begin to play when users hovered over a title. But the company is also quietly testing a different format of teaser trailer, as well. Some Netflix members are now seeing audio and video teasers as they… 

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