Spoiler: It ends with everyone in the world dying.
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Which is a bummer, because he's pretty much the star.
Product placement has become sentient and made its own movie. Maybe this is what America wants.
Fox's super family finds themselves suddenly in the heart of the crowded summer.
Could they cross over with RED DAWN and call it THE WOLVERINES?
They hope you don't recognize the SUNSHINE score.
Ridley Scott's new movie is widely hated and tanked at the box office. Devin thinks it deserves more consideration.
CAPTAIN AMERICA have you too hyped? Self-medicate with this.
James Cameron reveals that Colonel Quaritch will be the Big Bad in AVATARs 2-4.
Listen to a Nazi-themed SIMPSONS short that may have never been intended for the public.
A strange rumor gets debunked.
Time to kill off another of their 5,000,000 characters.
The network nabs GOTHAM, a BATMAN prequel series.
Coming soon. But not soon enough.
Miles Teller is in talks to lead Marvel's First Family in the reboot.
The biggest movie of all time to become a quadrilogy.
Believe it or not James Mangold's THE WOLVERINE is pretty good.
Fox's new revival of Carl Sagan's COSMOS looks AMAZING.
The horrors of age, before your very eyes.
Check out war chief Caesar.
Devin digs into the history of one of comics' most popular characters.
And I mean, there are a LOT of them.
Con-goers get to be killed by Predator!
Actually, he'd be playing GONE GIRL's husband.
Alan Moore unlikely to set his TIVO for this one.
Devin talks about another entry in the immortal PLANET OF THE APES saga! This time the series gets truly weird, as an element of bizarre time traveling creates cinema's strangest time loop.
It rhymes with Bolivar Trask.
Bryan Singer puts the speeding mutant Avenger in his X-MEN movie.
A little more Jean Grey action isn't going to save this one.
A first look at Mystique looking exactly like Mystique and Peter Dinklage with a bushy mustache.
A new Army comedy comes to Fox.
This is an actual television program, and it will be actually airing on television this fall.
APES ON HORSES
Yup, it's a redo of BATTLE FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES alright.
Where's Wallace At?
The CinemaCon trailer leaves behind the emo whining and plays up the action.
A guy claims to be writing a Tokyo-set treatment for DIE HARDEST. Devin doesn't buy it.
Ponder no more: Matt Murdock is truly back home.
Where the hell is my goddamned mohawk?
Because hatred for children is highly relatable.
He will chop your head off!
She'll play Cornelia, Ceasar's love interest.
With any luck, it's yet another "Terrorists take over The White House" movie.
The sequel to the mildly enjoyed movie is floundering in the conceptual stage.
This is one seriously complicated ruse to get Randy Quaid back on American soil.
This time as a director.
And is this movie including too many original X-MEN trilogy characters?
The world waits with a mild disinterest.
The soft parade of X-MEN casting announcements continues.
No, no, no - calm down. Stop jumping with excitement. I mean the ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE SLAYER writer.
But is he man or monkey?
Carnahan walks away from the remake.
Josh Trank remains on as director.
THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 and X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST are using social media to the fullest to get a ton of fluffy, pointless coverage.
We already knew he loved monkeys!
A look at the first sequel in the greatest science fiction franchise of all time!
It's not even March and already we have a guaranteed movie for all your Worst of the Year lists.
Bryan Singer reveals the casting, but not the character. Could he be... Sinister?
Hey, you know what's mysterious and ripe for comedy? The internet!
I wonder if it's hollow like a chocolate bunny.
A proposed concept for the sequel to X-MEN: FIRST CLASS is out the window. Here's how we know.
Badass Digest gets to the question of what went wrong - and whether or not Jennifer Garner likes the movie.
Ellen Page, Anna Paquin and Shawn Ashmore will return for the film that bridges the original X movies and the prequel.
The beloved sci-fi shows concludes with its heart on its sleeve.
As FRINGE nears its final episode, the series takes a break for the inevitable infodump episode.
R-rated comedies for all! But not children! They're not real people yet!
The robot war movie has dropped off the director's plate for the foreseeable future.
Come back with us to the PLANET OF THE APES as Devin keeps dissecting the classic scifi movie.
Badass Hall of Famer John McClane returns, in Russia.
Devin spends some time yapping about one of his all-time favorite movies, PLANET OF THE APES.
The writer is not returning for the sequel to the prequel to ALIEN.
Walter goes tripping and FRINGE fans are treated to another great episode.
Badass Olivia resurfaces and FRINGE gets ... mystical?
When will the film be set? What will Caesar be doing? Andy Serkis gives clues.
An examination of the strangely similar themes in Ang Lee's LIFE OF PI and John Ford's THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE.
This feels like a no duh story, right?
Old men Xavier and Magneto will appear in the time travel movie.
The Bishop boys are becoming better, faster, evil-er.
Walter does the Hokey Pokey and ends up in Wonderland.
Read what PROMETHEUS was going to be before it was PROMETHEUS.
Peter makes a bold move, but was it the right one?
Let's bland it up, X-Men!
He's turning Japanese, I really think so.
FRINGE picks up the pace with an exciting and tragic episode.
Seriously, click through and find out. You're gonna scream.
Matthew Vaughn is, for the moment, out.
But it does feature bone claws.
Cameron has optioned THE INFORMATIONIST - with the possibility to direct.
Warning: possible spoiler within!
Fringe Division embarks on a hunt to change history.
Could such madness actually happen?
Fringe Division learns how cold the world has become in a solid, emotional episode.
Fox marketing will briefly convince you this movie could be good.
The CLOVERFIELD/LET ME IN director gets into monkey business.
FRINGE goes back to the future. But can the show survive more big changes?
Is this good news? Probably not!
Maybe next year I can box this guy.
The director abandons the rebooted franchise.