Tuesday, May 14, 2013

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May 16 (Thursday)

Star Trek Into Darkness (in IMAX/3D)

May 17 (Friday)

Black Rock (Limited)
The English Teacher (Limited)

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10 Reasons We Love Benedict Cumberbatch
Author: Kristy Puchko  | published: 2013-05-14 09:55:37 2 Comments
With J.J. Abrams' Star Trek Into Darkness, English actor Benedict Cumberbatch is poised to become an international star. And most of us at Cinema Blend couldn't be happier about it, as we've been on Team Cumberbatch for years. (There are dissenters, but more on that later.) But in case you aren't yet on our team or maybe don't get what all this buzz about the man with the very British name is all about, we've decided to break it down for you with ten reasons we can't get enough of Benedict Cumberbatch, complete with video guide. 

We're including some spoilers from Cumberbatch's other films, but don't worry, none for Star Trek Into Darkness. Also, a special thanks to Paul Jeremiah Hayes, who kindly pointed us to many of the clips below. 

Why Hasn’t Leonardo DiCaprio Won an Oscar Yet?

There are two types of true movie stars: One whose face a studio can slap on a poster and make bank, regardless of quality, and one whose raw talent has every director in town clamoring to work with them. After that first nomination, a few test runs with notable names (Sam Raimi in The Quick and the Dead, Baz Luhrmann in Romeo + Juliet) and a star turn in TitanicDicaprio became both

First Look: 1970s Wolverine & Beast in 'X-Men: Days of Future Past'

We've already seen a first look at Halle Berry suited back up as Storm in X-Men: Days of Future Past, but director Bryan Singer keeps giving us some tidbits of scenes being shot on the set of the prequel sequel. This time Singer has delivered a behind the scenes look at Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) and Beast (Nicholas Hoult) in their 1973 wardrobe in the underground hallways of Charles Xavier's School for the Gifted. They should look familiar to fans of the original X-Men trilogy. Personally, I'm wondering why Beast isn't in his blue furry form. Has he figured out how to keep that anomaly he created in the first film at bay? Read more. 
Johnny Depp And Meryl Streep's Into The Woods Adds Tony-Winning Star 

if you haven’t been out to the theater recently, you’ll probably know Corden best from his hilarious BAFTA-winning performance as Smithy in the British comedy Gavin and Stacey, which he co-created with co-star Ruth Jones. He also starred in both the theater and theatrical versions of The History Boys. Keep Reading here. 

True Grit's Hailee Steinfeld Hunts For Vengeance With Sam Worthington In For The Dogs 

In For the Dogs, the young actress will play a teen orphaned after her parents were murdered. She seeks the assistance of an assassin (Worthington) to avenge their deaths, and while the lone assassin is looking for peace and an exit from the tension-filled lifestyle, the girl’s bloodthirst develops, complicating matters quite a bit. Read more. 

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