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Sundance 2015: Check out a creepy clip from horror film 'The Hallow'


Visit filmmaker Corin Hardy’s website, and you’ll see a photo of the British director wearing a wetsuit while filming his horror movie The Hallow, which has its world premiere at Sundance this Sunday. Why did the first-timer sport such garb during the film’s shoot in Ireland?

“That was actually the last day,” says Hardy. “I was trying to do everything as real as possible. The locations were in the middle of nowhere. We shot in five forests. We shot in lakes. When I said to the actors, ‘Let’s go in this lake at four in the morning in the freezing cold,’ I had to get in with them to literally test out the ground myself. I kind of believe that whatever they’ve got to do, I’ve got to do as well.”


Peter Strickland on his sado-masochism drama 'The Duke of Burgundy': I hope it's a talking point


In new film The Duke of Burgundy, Sidse Babett Knudsen plays Cynthia, the very strict mistress of a large house in an unnamed European country, while Chiara D’Anna portrays her much put-upon maid, Evelyn. Or do they? Actually no, they do not. Cynthia and Evelyn, as the viewer swiftly discovers, are in fact lovers who repeat the same mistress-servant scenario over and over again, to the joy of the latter and the increasing frustration of the former.


See 5 exclusive 'Insurgent' animated character portraits


By the end of Divergent, the first film based on Veronica Roth’s bestselling book trilogy, Tris’ entire world has changed. She’s watched both of her parents die, she’s had to kill one of her friends, and yet the battle has only just begun.

“She’s left with a lot of confusion as far as what the future holds,” Shailene Woodley told EW. “But she’s also left with a lot of guilt from the war, from losing her parents and from Will, so [in Insurgent] you see a newfound strength in her for revenge, as well as a lot of internal battles that she’s trying to weave her way around.”

But Tris isn’t fighting alone. Thanks to her time spent in Dauntless, she’s fallen in love with Four, who will continue to lead the fight against Jeanine and company.

“[In] this movie, I wanted it to be clear that obviously things have changed and he’s fallen in love with Shai’s character, but at the same time, he’s still the same man. So I don’t want him to suddenly be like Prince Charming or something,” Theo James said. “So when you first meet him, he is trying to protect her at the beginning of the movie, and calm her, and make sure she doesn’t make any mistakes. But at the same time, they’re fugitives in this faction that they shouldn’t be in, and he knows that they’ve got to move quickly. And then all hell breaks loose.”


Up periscope! Director Kevin Macdonald on his underwater heist film 'Black Sea'

There are few things that inspire greed more readily than goldand there’s an abundance of both in the London-shot Black Sea (out Jan. 23), a new submarine thriller from filmmaker Kevin Macdonald (The Last King of Scotland). “I think we’re all greedy,” says the director. “Who do you know who says, ‘I have enough! I don’t need any more!’? It’s part of human nature.”


Elijah Wood's SpectreVision to produce 'grotesquely hilarious' 'The Greasy Strangler'

Elijah Wood’s horror movie company SpectreVision has joined forces with Drafthouse Films, Rook Films, and Timpson Films to produce The Greasy Strangler, it was announced today. The movie is directed by first-time filmmaker Jim Hosking, who previously oversaw one of the tales in the recent anthology film ABCs of Death 2.


'Fifty Shades of Grey' director cut the book's most talked-about scene


For fans of E.L. James’ Fifty Shades of Grey, there are many memorable scenes that will play out on the big screen: Ana and Christian’s introduction, his visit to the hardware store, their first night in the Red Room of Pain. However, there is one scene that readers won’t get to see—though odds are that many fans won’t be upset about the omission.

Fifty Shades director Sam Taylor-Johnson told Variety that the now-infamous scene in which Christian removes Ana’s tampon so that the couple can have sex will not be in the film. “It was never even discussed,” Taylor-Johnson said.


Exclusive clip from sci-fi film 'The Phoenix Project' tries to raise the dead


According to its official synopsis, the new science-fiction film The Phoenix Project concerns “four young scientists and their pursuit to reanimate dead organisms using a machine they invented out of a California garage.” Stop. You had me at all of that.


Reese Witherspoon on her Oscar nomination: 'I can't imagine ever having a year this good'

Reese Witherspoon had a good morning: The Wild actress got her second Best Actress Oscar nomination (she previously won for Walk the Line), and her co-star Laura Dern, who plays Witherspoon’s mother in the film, also snagged a Best Supporting Actress nod. EW talked to Witherspoon about her big day.

EW: Were you awake?
Reese Witherspoon: I was asleep.

I’m surprised you can sleep through that! This is a big morning. 
I mean, no. The baby was up a lot last night. I was in a mother coma.

Clearly no one told him that it was Oscar nominations day.
Clearly no one told him! He didn’t check his email! My kids were so excited and congratulating me, which was so nice. READ FULL STORY

Eddie Redmayne talks Oscar nomination, texting Benedict Cumberbatch

How did Eddie Redmayne discover he had received a Best Actor Oscar nomination for playing Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything? “I’m currently staying in a hotel in Los Angeles and I was fast asleep,” says the Brit. “There was suddenly a rap on the door, I stumbled out of bed in my towel, and opened the door, and my manager was standing there brandishing a telephone, screaming down the phone. So I was hoping that was a good thing.”


Freddy Krueger's nails get sharpened in trailer for 'Buzzard'

It has been a while since Freddy Krueger graced the big screen, but you can’t keep a good man (or, for that matter, a deranged maniac) down.

This month sees the publication of author Thommy Hutson’s excellent new book Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy while a version of Freddy’s distinctive glove makes an appearance in the new trailer for the comedy-drama Buzzard. Written and directed by Joel Potrykus, the film concerns a small-time con artist in possession of what the official synopsis describes as “a pocket full of bogus checks, a dangerously altered Nintendo Power Glove, and a bad temper.”


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