‘Baby Driver’: Why Edgar Wright’s Music-Fueled Heist Movie Is a Must-See of the Summer

‘Baby Driver’: Why Edgar Wright’s Music-Fueled Heist Movie Is a Must-See of the Summer

There’s a reason cinephiles are foaming at the mouth for Baby Driver, the latest film from director Edgar Wright, and not even his co-workers could contain their excitement. “I’m sure I’m a little bias in saying this, but it’s the best movie ever,” actor Lanny Joon said, while costume designer Courtney Hoffman gushed, “I’ve never worked on a movie that I wanted to see so badly right now.”

Fandango sat shotgun for what Jon Hamm calls…

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Movie News: Hailee Steinfeld Touted for ‘Transformers’ Spin-off ‘Bumblebee’

Movie News: Hailee Steinfeld Touted for 'Transformers' Spin-off 'Bumblebee'

Bumblebee: Hailee Steinfeld (The Edge of Seventeen, above) may be graduating to a leading role in a blockbuster action project. She’s in talks to star in Bumblebee, the first spin-off from the Transformers series. Travis Knight (Kubo and the Two Strings) will direct the movie, which will revolve around the beloved Transformers character. [Variety] 

 

Godzilla: King of the Monsters: Thomas Middleditch (above), known for HBO’s comedy Silicon Valley, has joined the…

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Neill Blomkamp Teases a Bunch of Potential Sci-fi Movies with a Cryptic Trailer

Neill Blomkamp Teases a Bunch of Potential Sci-fi Movies with a Cryptic Trailer

It’s weird that short films aren’t a bigger thing in the digital age. Who needs any minimum length for movies when they’re mostly being watched online? And how is it shorts aren’t more popular at a time when people seem to have less free time and lower attention spans? Netflix has been successful with the occasional documentary short, including the recent Oscar winner The White Helmets, but surprisingly they’re not also banking on short fiction works outside of Disney…

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‘Murder on the Orient Express’ Trailer: Watch an Amazing Cast Ride the Rails of Suspicion

'Murder on the Orient Express' Trailer: Watch an Amazing Cast Ride the Rails of Suspicion

 

In the late 19th century, the long-distance train known as the Orient Express became renowned as a bastion of luxury and comfort, traveling from Paris to Eastern Europe and beyond. That made it a good setting for Agatha Christie’s mystery novel Murder on the Orient Express, first published in 1934, which revolved around famed Belgian detective Hercule Poirot and his on-board investigation of a dastardly crime.

The book was transformed into a wonderfully entertaining, artfully…

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