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Maze Runner 3: Death Cure Trailer Has Arrived

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The trailer for Maze Runner 3: Death Cure is finally here after a serious on set injury and multiple setbacks. The studio delayed the third installment until February of 2018 and has since brought the release date up a month to January 26th, 2018, which is only 4 months away. Some photos from the production were recently released and they were the first real look at Death Cure that we had seen up until now and they teased a pretty bleak, dystopian atmosphere with hints of a Mad Max theme and the first trailer offers an even more in depth look at what we're going to see in January.

The trailer comes to us via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_9OSktlm6s|20th Century Fox YouTube, and it looks just as dark as you can imagine. Thankfully, the first look at the movie doesn't spoil anything about the plot, but
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Maze Runner: Death Cure Set Video Goes Behind-the-Scenes

Dylan O'Brien and his Maze Runner cast mates gave MTV an exclusive look into the upcoming Maze Runner: Death Cure movie during the MTV Movie and Television Awards this evening. MTV is pulling out all of the stops tonight with all of their exclusive looks at upcoming highly anticipated movies. It has been reported that MTV will be debuting a new exclusive trailer for Wonder Woman, a sneak peek into the new adaptation of Stephen King's It, and more exclusive looks into Spider-Man: Homecoming as well as Transformers 5.

One of the exclusive looks from MTV was a tour of the set of Maze Runner: Death Cure by actor Dylan O'Brien who has previously won three MTV Movie Awards in one evening for 2015's Maze Runner. O'Brien and cast mates gave a view into the Wicked compound where a comrade is being held captive. The movie is setup
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New Blade Runner 2049 Footage Arrives, Trailer Coming Monday

New Blade Runner 2049 Footage Arrives, Trailer Coming Monday
Buckle up, Blade Runner fans, because we've got some new footage from the long-awaited sequel to tide you over until the new, full-length trailer arrives on Monday. Blader Runner 2, officially titled Blade Runner 2049, is just a handful of months away and will finally be delivering a sequel to one of the greatest sci-fi movies in cinema history. There isn't a lot of footage here, but it gives us quite a bit to chew on in a very short period of time.

Warner Bros. released this brief trailer tease for Blade Runner 2049 online today, while also announcing that the full-length trailer for the movie will be arriving on Monday. We get to see a handful of new shots in this footage, including our first look at Robin Wright's character. There is also a shot of a figure dressed all in white on a stage that could be Jared Leto's character,
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Jeepers Creepers 3 Brings in 80s Scream Queen Adrienne Barbeau

Jeepers Creepers 3 Brings in 80s Scream Queen Adrienne Barbeau
Just a few days ago, production started on the highly-anticipated horror sequel Jeepers Creepers 3, which was previously known as Cathedral. The actually title has yet to be confirmed. There had been rumors that Gina Phillips, who starred in the first Jeepers Creepers as Trish Jenner, was returning, and that Ray Wise will reprise his role as Jack Taggert Sr. Today the full cast list has surfaced, confirming Gina Phillips' return, along with the franchise debut of genre legend Adrienne Barbeau.

Cinema Runner got a hold of the cast list, which reveals that Adrienne Barbeau is playing a character named Gaylen Brandon, although no details for her role were given. Gina Phillips is also coming back, along with the previously-confirmed Jonathan Breck as The Creeper himself. But this cast list doesn't include Ray Wise, so he's likely not coming back, unless it's in a surprise cameo.

The cast also includes Stan Shaw as Sheriff Tashtego,
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TVLine Items: Paula Patton's ABC Gig, Love's Return, Y&R Recast and More

TVLine Items: Paula Patton's ABC Gig, Love's Return, Y&R Recast and More
Paula Patton (Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol) will be spending her summer on ABC as the star of the supernatural-esque thriller Somewhere Between, our sister site Deadline reports.

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Based on a Korean format, the 10-episode summer series — from writer Stephen Tolkin (Legend of the Seeker) — follows a news producer (Patton) who knows exactly when, where and how her daughter Serena will be murdered. The catch? She’s clueless about why and who the killer is, and nothing she does seems to change Serena’s unmovable fate.

Somewhere Between reunites Patton with ABC,
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Canadian actress Mackenzie Davis joins the cast of Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner sequel

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The cast of Blade Runner 2 just got a little more Canadian.

Actress Mackenzie Davis, who you'd likely know from her roles in The MartianThe F Word, and That Awkward Moment, joins Ryan GoslingRobin Wright and Harrison Ford in the upcoming and highly anticipated sequel toBlade Runner.

The cast for this movie has definitely caught our interest, and with one of the best working directors helming the project, Quebec's own Denis Villeneuve, we are confident that this sequel can hold its own against the classic original film.

Based on the novel by Philip K. DickBlade Runner followed Rick Deckard (Ford), a "blade runner" whose job was to assassinate replicants, which were androids impersonating real human beings. It was a ground-breaking film at the time, with special effects that we hadn't seen before, as well as being one of the first major films to contemplate the notion of artificial intelligence versus humanity.
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Maze Runner 3 Delayed Until Injured Star Fully Recovers

Maze Runner 3 Delayed Until Injured Star Fully Recovers
Last month, we reported the unfortunate news that The Maze Runner: The Death Cure star Dylan O'Brien was seriously injured on the set of this sequel, which caused the production to be temporarily shut down. Earlier this month, the actor's co-star Giancarlo Esposito claimed production would start back up in early May, after the actor recovered from his injuries. But that is no longer the case. 20th Century Fox issued a statement today that production on the sequel has been shut down indefinitely.

The studio still hasn't released any official details about the on-set accident, but reports have claimed that the actor suffered a concussion, a facial fracture and several lacerations from&#160a motorcycle stunt that went horribly wrong. It isn't known what has changed about the actor's condition between then and now, and the studio hasn't revealed when production will get started once again. Take a look at the
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More Love for "Spotlight!" Complete Lists of Winners of San Francisco and Southeast Film Critics

Right after the Critics' Choice Awards nominations were announced, two more critic groups revealed their picks and Tom McCarthy's "Spotlight" emerged as the top winner of both the San Francisco Film Critics Circle and the Southeast Film Critics Association. "Spotlight" is the film to beat this awards season.

Here's the complete list of winners of the San Francisco Film Critics Circle:

Best Picture: Spotlight

Best Director: George Miller, Mad Max: Fury Road

Best Actor: Paul Dano, Love & Mercy

Best Actress: Saoirse Ronan, Brooklyn

Best Supporting Actor: Michael Shannon, 99 Homes

Best Supporting Actress: Mya Taylor, Tangerine

Best Screenplay, Original: Love & Mercy, Oren Moverman and Michael Alan Lerner

Best Screenplay, Adapted: Brooklyn, Nick Hornby

Best Cinematography: Mad Max: Fury Road, John Seale

Best Production Design: Carol, Judy Becker and Heather Loeffler

Best Film Editing: Mad Max: Fury Road, Margaret Sixel

Best Animated Feature: Anomalisa

Best Foreign Language Picture: Son of
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Fassbender Becomes Only Fourth Double Best Actor Winner: L.A. Critics Awards

'Son of Saul': Géza Röhrig in the Los Angeles Film Critics Awards' Best Foreign Language Film winner. Charlotte Rampling, Michael Fassbender: Los Angeles Film Critics Awards 2015 The Los Angeles Film Critics Association's 2015 winners were announced on Sunday, Dec. 6. Lafca is one of the two most influential critics groups – i.e., those whose decisions get at least some mainstream media mileage – in the United States. The other one is the much older New York Film Critics Circle, followed by the National Society of Film Critics. Five-decade movie veteran Charlotte Rampling,[1] who'll turn 70 next Feb. 5, was one of the day's big winners. Besides being selected Best Actress by the Los Angeles Film Critics for her performance in 45 Years, Rampling was also the 2015 Boston Society of Film Critics' pick. Earlier this year, Andrew Haigh's marital drama costarring Tom Courtenay (Doctor Zhivago, The Dresser) earned her the Silver Bear for Best Actress at the Berlin Film Festival.
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Los Angeles Film Critics Honor 'Spotlight,' 'Mad Max: Fury Road'

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The Los Angeles Film Critics Association has handed out its annual honors, and the group's top prizes went to both expected recipients ("Spotlight") and wild card flicks ("Mad Max: Fury Road").

"Spotlight" nabbed the top prize, taking home Best Film, in addition to Best Screenplay. But "Max" is proving it's a force to be reckoned with, earning runner-up to Best Film, as well as trophies for Best Director (George Miller), Best Cinematography, and Best Production Design.

Though critically beloved and commercially successful, the high-octane "Max" hadn't been considered a serious awards season contender. But its recent announcement as Best Film of 2015 by the National Board of Review and strong showing with the L.A. critics could indicate a push toward Academy Award nominations come January.

The full list of winners (and runners up) is below.

Best Picture

Spotlight

(Runner-up: Mad Max: Fury Road)

Best Director

George Miller, Mad Max: Fury Road

(Runner-up: Todd Haynes,
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More Love for "Spotlight," "Mad Max: Fury Road"

Both "Spotlight" and "Mad Max: Fury Road" received equal love from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. Well, sort of. Tom McCarthy's "Spotlight" won the best picture award with George Miller's "Fury Road" as the runner-up. But, Miller took home the best director trophy with Todd Haynes for "Carol" as runner-up.

"Spotlight" received two awards total including best screenplay while "Fury Road" got three with John Seale's gorgeous cinematography and Colin Gibson's production design.

Film editor Anne V. Coates, winner of Best Editing Oscar for 1963's "Lawrence of Arabia" was given the career achievement award.

Here's the complete list of winners of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association:

Picture: Spotlight. Runner-up: Mad Max: Fury Road.

Director: George Miller, Mad Max: Fury Road. Runner-up: Todd Haynes, Carol.

Actor: Michael Fassbender, Steve Jobs. Runner-up: Géza Röhrig, Son of Saul.

Actress: Charlotte Rampling, 45 Years. Runner-up: Saoirse Ronan,
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2015 Awards Race: Spotlight championed as Best Picture by Boston and Los Angeles Film Critics

Robert Kojder looks at the 2015 Awards Race…

If you have been following along with my awards race musings, Spotlight taking home some major wins should not come as much of a surprise. I told you not to count this one out. despite the National Board of Review hailing Mad Max: Fury Road as the best of 2015’s class, while the New York Film Critics Circle sided with Carol.

It also should be noted that Spotlight is predominantly set in Boston, so there may have been some favoritism involved within that particular circuit. Probably not too much though, because after all, the film is about journalists uncovering a massive pedophilia scandal within the Catholic Church, which doesn’t exactly make for great tourism advertising.

The rest of the categories and winners are as follows:

Boston Society of Film Critics

Best Picture: Spotlight; Runner-up: Mad Max: Fury Road

Best Director: Todd Haynes
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New York, Los Angeles, And Boston Critics Name Spotlight Best Film Of 2015

Today was a busy day for awards season, with the New York Film Critics Online, the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, and the Boston Society of Film Critics all weighing in on their favorite films of 2015. What’s particularly interesting here is that, just like last year, all three groups have agreed on their top pick, naming Tom McCarthy’s journalist drama Spotlight as the best film of 2015. The movie also took home Best Screenplay from all three groups, while also claiming Best Ensemble from Boston and New York, and Best Director from New York.

Looking over the rest of the awards, the only thing that might be considered surprising is Paul Dano racking up two more victories for Love & Mercy, both for Best Actor, despite being labeled a supporting actor by the studio. He certainly gives a great performance in the film, and is certainly worthy of being in contention,
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Daily | La Film Critics Go for Spotlight

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association has named Spotlight Best Picture of 2015. Runner-up: Mad Max: Fury Road. Also, Best Animation: Anomalisa. Runner-up: Inside Out. Documentary/Nonfiction Film: Amy. Runner-up: The Look of Silence. Foreign Language Film: Son of Saul. Runner-up: The Tribe. Best Director: George Miller for Mad Max: Fury Road. Runner-up: Todd Haynes for Carol. Best Actress: Charlotte Rampling in 45 Years. Runner-up: Saorise Ronan in Brooklyn. Best Supporting Actress: Alicia Vikander in Ex Machina. Runner-up: Kristen Stewart in Clouds of Sils Maria. Best Actor: Michael Fassbender in Steve Jobs. Runner-up: Géza Röhrig in Son of Saul. Best Supporting Actor: Michael Shannon in 99 Homes. Runner-up: Mark Rylance in Bridge of Spies. We've got the complete list. » - David Hudson
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Daily | La Film Critics Go for Spotlight

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association has named Spotlight Best Picture of 2015. Runner-up: Mad Max: Fury Road. Also, Best Animation: Anomalisa. Runner-up: Inside Out. Documentary/Nonfiction Film: Amy. Runner-up: The Look of Silence. Foreign Language Film: Son of Saul. Runner-up: The Tribe. Best Director: George Miller for Mad Max: Fury Road. Runner-up: Todd Haynes for Carol. Best Actress: Charlotte Rampling in 45 Years. Runner-up: Saorise Ronan in Brooklyn. Best Supporting Actress: Alicia Vikander in Ex Machina. Runner-up: Kristen Stewart in Clouds of Sils Maria. Best Actor: Michael Fassbender in Steve Jobs. Runner-up: Géza Röhrig in Son of Saul. Best Supporting Actor: Michael Shannon in 99 Homes. Runner-up: Mark Rylance in Bridge of Spies. We've got the complete list. » - David Hudson
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Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 2015: Complete list of winners

The 41st annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards were announced Sunday. Winners will be feted at a ceremony in the City of Angels on Jan. 9. Read the full report Here. -Break- Subscribe to Gold Derby Breaking News Alerts & Experts’ Latest Oscar Predictions Best Picture "Spotlight" Runner-up: "Mad Max: Fury Road" Best Director George Miller, "Mad Max: Fury Road" Runner-up: Todd Haynes, "Carol" Best Actor Michael Fassbender, "Steve Jobs" Runner-up: Geza Rohrig, "Son of Saul" Best Actress Charlotte Rampling, "45 Years" Runner-up: Saoirse Ronan, "Brooklyn" Los Angeles Film Critics Awards winners: 'Spotlight' wins Best Picture, 'Mad Max: Fury Road' takes Director Best Supporting Actor Michael Shannon, "99 Homes" Runner-up: Mark Rylance, "Brid..."
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Lafca awards best picture prize to 'Spotlight'

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Tom McCarthy’s ensemble drama picked up an endorsement from a key critics group on Sunday that further bolsters its Oscar prospects.

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association (Lafca) voted Spotlight best picture and gave it best screenplay for Josh Singer and McCarthy.

George Miller earned best director for Mad Max: Fury Road, while Michael Fassbender and Charlotte Rampling prevailed in the alead acting categories for Steve Jobs and 45 Years, respectively.

“I am very pleased that our group selected a wide range of films, from big studio blockbusters to smaller independent films richly deserving of recognition,” said Lafca president Stephen Farber. “Our individual winners covered quite an impressive gamut in terms of age, experience and background.”

The 41st annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association awards ceremony will take place on January 9 at the InterContinental, Los Angeles.

As previously announced editor Anne V Coates will receive the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award.

Full winners:

Picture: Spotlight

Runner-up: Mad Max: Fury Road

Director:
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Lafca award best picture prize to 'Spotlight'

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Tom McCarthy’s ensemble drama picked up a crucial endorsement by a key critics group on Sunday that further bolsters its Oscar prospects.

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association (Lafca) voted Spotlight best picture and gave it best screenplay for Josh Singer and McCarthy.

George Miller earned best director for Mad Max: Fury Road, while Michael Fassbender and Charlotte Rampling prevailed in the alead acting categories for Steve Jobs and 45 Years, respectively.

“I am very pleased that our group selected a wide range of films, from big studio blockbusters to smaller independent films richly deserving of recognition,” said Lafca president Stephen Farber. “Our individual winners covered quite an impressive gamut in terms of age, experience and background.”

The 41st annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association awards ceremony will take place on January 9 at the InterContinental, Los Angeles.

As previously announced editor Anne V Coates will receive the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award.

Full winners:
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Empire First Look: Adam Rodriguez Enters Cookie's Lair

Empire First Look: Adam Rodriguez Enters Cookie's Lair
Cookie Lyon’s heart may forever be caught up in a love-hate situation with her ex-husband Lucious — but that doesn’t mean the Empire matriarch’s eyes can’t detect extreme hotness when it walks into her office.

In the following exclusive photos from the show’s Oct. 21 installment (9/8c on Fox), Adam Rodriguez‘s Laz Delgado, “a smooth-talking concert promoter with expert hustler skills… who takes an interest in Cookie,” makes his first appearance. But is Taraji P. Henson’s alter ego focusing on what Rodriguez’s recurring character can do for the artists of the fledgling Lyon Dynasty
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Maze Runner cast and crew criticised after apparently stealing artefacts from Native American burial site

Maze Runner cast and crew criticised after apparently stealing artefacts from Native American burial site
The cast and crew of Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials have found themselves in hot water, after apparently stealing artifacts from a Native American burial site.

Over 30,000 people have signed a Care2 petition demanding that the cast apologise to the Pueblo people after removing objects during filming in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Maze Runner star Dylan O'Brien spoke about the removal of items, and a subsequent spate of illnesses amongst the cast, in an interview on Live! With Kelly and Michael.

"It hadn't been used for filming ever before," said O'Brien. "They gave us this big speech when we got there to shoot, and they said, 'Don't take anything. Respect the grounds'."

"They were very strict about littering and don't take any artifacts like rocks, skulls - anything like that. And everyone just takes stuff, you know, obviously."

Watch from video below from 4:30 onwards to hear the comments.

The petition
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