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Regal Cinema Launches 4DX This Weekend!


To refresh your memory 4DX is an immersive, interactive theater experience that makes you feel like you are in the movie. Seats move and shake, and the environment (rain, smells, etc) changes based on what’s happening in the movie.  I was in Vegas in March when South Korean company CJ4DPlex (they need a better company name) unveiled their partnership with Regal Cinema and AEG Live to bring their new 4DX theater technology to the US. The fruits of their labor is now upon us as Regal officially launches the technology on 4 screens this weekend in one of their flagship theaters - Regal Cinemas L.A. LIVE Stadium 14. 

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Transformers: Age of Extinction Brings the FUN Back to Theaters


I always say that it is ok for Critics to have a bias when we walk into a theater, a good movie will be good regardless of your initial opinion, a truly great movie has the ability to turn you into a fan and change your mood. To make glad you dragged yourself out to the theater. Yeah, I know people are whining and complaining about Transformers, but are people complaining about the movie or just projecting their irrational hatred and jealousy of Michael Bay onto the film? He knows his audience and delivers everything a fan of this franchise could want and more.

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Taking It to the Streets: Guardians of the Galaxy’s Bus Stop Posters!


Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is just a month-and-a-half away and Marvel is taking it to the streets with a series of ‘bus top’ character posters beginning with Peter ‘Star Lord’ Quill (above). Follow the jump for Gamora, Drax the Destroyer and the team of Rocket Raccoon and Groot.

Guardians of the Galaxy rockets (sorry!) into theaters on August 1st.

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Review: A Million Ways To Die In The West, Best Comedy of 2014! Michelle’s Take!


Writer, Director, Actor, and Producer Seth MacFarlane’s latest flick A Million Ways To Die In The West is more of a vanity piece than an actual movie. If you don’t like MacFarlane’s brand of humor stop reading right now, this movie isn’t for you. It is nearly impossible to objectively review a comedy. At the end of the day, no matter how poorly a comedy may be directed, written, acted, the only thing a good comedy needs to do is make you laugh. What makes someone laugh is a very subjective thing.

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Win a Chance To Be in Star Wars Episode VII!


What would you say if I were to tell you that you could win a chance to not only visit the set J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars Episode VII? Now, what if I were to add that you would be a personal guest of Abrams – and that you would get to be in the movie?

Well, you can do that and more by supporting the new Force For Change Initiative to benefit UNICEF’s Innovative Labs and Programs. How? Details – and a message from J.J. Abrams, on set in Abu Dhabi (with a teensy spoiler!) – follow the jump. Check it out!

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Aaron McPherson talks A Million Ways To Die In The West


The secret to success behind many of Hollywood’s greatest comes from a great acting coach. Renowned acting coach Aaron McPherson coaches some of Hollywood’s elite, which includes Seth MacFarlane, Matt Bomer, and Dolph Lundgren. Aaron not only taught Seth, but he’s going from teacher to actor in Seth’s new movie  “A Million Ways To Die In The West.”

We caught up with Aaron to chat about the making of this film, his experience as an acting coach working with Hollywood’s finest, and a poignant look at “the guy who brought us TED”.

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New Poster: Guardians of the Galaxy!

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The first Guardians of the Galaxy poster (above) took a classic (some might say clichéd) layout and made it fresh by virtue of a combination of attitude (‘You’re welcome’) and having two of the main characters be a raccoon and a tree. Now they’ve done it again – taking a rather standard action pose and infusing it with the same nonchalant irreverence. Check it out after the jump.

Guardians of the Galaxy opens on August 1st.

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