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Castle Talk: Robert Patrick on Acting, Aging, and Tone-Deaf

Castle Talk: Robert Patrick on Acting, Aging, and "Tone-Deaf"

Robert Patrick talks about his role in Tone-Deaf and advice for young actors. Tone-Deaf is written and directed by Richard Bates, Jr. (Trash Fire, Suburban Gothic), and stars Robert Patrick ("Scorpion," Terminator 2: Judgment Day) and Amanda Crew ("Silicon Valley," The Age of Adaline), about a young woman who rents an ornate country house to […]

Movie Twitter Account You Should Follow: Movie Premieres Unlimited

Film Twitter can be a pretty horrible place sometimes, but every once in awhile an account will spring up that brings people together and makes us feel nothing but joy when we see it in our feeds. This past week out of nowhere a new account called Movie Premieres Unlimited (@NightOpening) which just posts pictures […]

Exclusive Clip from Boaz Yakin's New Thriller 'Boarding School'

Momentum Pictures has provided Bleeding Cool with an exclusive clip from director Boaz Yakin's new horror thriller Boarding School, in Theaters and On Demand / Digital HD on August 31st, 2018. The scene, in which the young Jacob is introduced to the school he is forced to attend, features Will Patton, Samantha Mathis, and Luke Prael.  From the […]

Netflix Announces 2018 Tribeca Film Festival Films and Documentaries

With a little more than a month to go before the famed film festival, Netflix has released their feature film and documentary feature selections for the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival. Taking place from April 18-29 in New York City, the streaming service's four selections include two North American feature film debuts (Cargo, Sunday's Illness aka La Enfermedad […]

Tom Hanks Playing Mr. Rogers in a New Biopic is Perfect Casting

Tom Hanks has signed on to star as children's television icon Fred Rogers in a new biopic titled You Are My Friend. Diary of a Teenage Girl's Marielle Heller will be in the directors chair, and it was written by Micah Fitzerman-Blue and Noah Harpster. It will be released by TriStar Pictures. The movie centers on the friendship […]

Win These Custom Prints From 'Valerian: City of Alpha'

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is out, and with it, a brand new experience in Valerian: City of Alpha for iOS and Android. This is a mobile app game that was released in conjunction with the film, and to help celebrate the release of it, we're giving away individual copies of the prints below! […]

Nerd Food: Wonder Woman Berry Swirl FroYo From Pinkberry!

Oh, thank whichever God is listening to me. I try to eat mostly healthy, but as you've probably noticed, not everything I review on here is good for you. But Pinkberry has answered my prayers and released a Wonder Woman-inspired frozen yogurt flavor: Berry Swirl, which blends strawberry and raspberry together.  I got one for […]

Daisy Ridley On Star Wars The Last Jedi Rough Cut Reactions: "It's Different"

The day might be over in Orlando at Star Wars Celebration, but that doesn't mean that news and updates have stopped emerging. Fandango's managing editor Erik Davis managed to speak to Star Wars: The Last Jedi (Episode VIII) star Daisy Ridley about the film. Sounds like she hasn't seen it yet, but that doesn't mean […]

Blade Runner 2049 Casting Update! Edward James Olmos Returning As Gaff

Thanks to the sharp eyes of our friends over at A Perfect Organism podcast, they noticed a recent interview that TheTRENDTalk did with Edward James Olmos where host Bel Hernandez confronts Olmos about his having insisted to her (and to everyone who's asked him) for months that he either wasn't going to be in the upcoming […]

Breaking: The Latest 'Wonder Woman' Trailer Is In – Diana Trains For Battle

Yesterday DC released a few 15 second teasers ahead of today's trailer release. The teasers gave hints at some of Wonder Woman's super powers (beyond her fighting ability), and now we've got the full version of the third trailer trailer for the Patty Jenkins-helmed entry into the DC Extended Universe. With Gal Gadot starring as Wonder Woman, […]

Richard Hatch

Updated: Richard Hatch, Star Of Battlestar Galactica, Dies At 71

    Update 9:03PM PST – We've added a new article with a roundup of social media reactions to the news from friends and castmates, you can read it here. Update 5:47PM PST – The Hatch family has released a statement: February 7, 2017 — Paul Hatch, on behalf of the Hatch family and friends is […]

It's Official: The Dune Reboot Has Found Its Director

It has been rumored for a while that Legendary Pictures had been courting Sicario and Arrival director Denis Villeneuve for their upcoming Dune reboot. Now in under 140 characters, Brian Herbert (son of Dune author Frank Herbert) has confirmed that the contracts have all been signed, and Villeneuve will be directing. It's official — Legendary […]

Breaking: Ben Affleck Taps Out Of Directing Batman Solo Film

It's been an interesting year for Academy Award winner Ben Affleck. First his period gangster film, Live By Night, fizzles at the box office, now reports are emerging from Warner Bros. that Affleck has opted to tap out of directing the upcoming solo-Batman film, currently going be the creative title of The Batman. While he will […]

Breaking: Television Icon Mary Tyler Moore Dies At 80

Television icon Mary Tyler Moore is reported to have passed away after having fallen ill and been on a respirator in a Connecticut hospital for the past week. Her condition had been progressively deteriorating over the past prior days allowing for her family to have arrived to be with her at the end. A statement […]

Breaking: Axanar Settles Lawsuit With CBS And Paramount Over Star Trek Fan Film

It seems the long battle between CBS Studios and Paramount Pictures is drawing to a close with Bleeding Cool learning that they have agreed to settle their lawsuit against Axanar Productions. It was over a year ago that the suit had been filed, then last May, during a fan event promoting Star Trek Beyond, J.J. Abrams […]