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Category: Movie

rogueThe Anna Paquin scenes as Rogue that were cut from “X-Men: Days of Future Past” will be added back to the film and re-released as the “Rogue Cut” next summer on homevideo platforms.

The extended version of “Days of Future Past” will become available in the first half of 2015, most likely during the summer, according to the film’s writer and producer Simon Kinberg, who made the announcement Thursday from Stage 21, where scenes for the previous “X-Men” installment, “First Class” were filmed on the Twentieth Century Fox studio lot. Kinberg, who also worked on that film, was back on the lot to promote the theatrical version of “Days of Future Past,” available now on digital and on Oct. 14 on DVD and Blu-ray.

More than 10 minutes of extra footage will be added to the “Rogue Cut” of “Days of Future Past,” which in addition to Paquin’s cut scenes, will also include other sequences involving other characters, as well.

It’s a big chunk, a substantial part of the movie,” Kinberg said of Paquin’s storyline as Rogue. “We want to give (fans) the fullest picture of the film — behind the camera, and in front of it,” with the “Rogue Cut” and provide “more of the process we went through” to make the film.

“Every movie has scenes that are cut out, but not every movie has scenes cut out with such a beloved character,” Kinberg added.

Paquin played Rogue in “X-Men,” “X-Men 2? and “X-Men: The Last Stand.” She does still appear in “Days of Future Past” but in a smaller cameo.

SEE ALSO: Bryan Singer Finalizes Deal to Direct ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’

Paquin’s scenes didn’t make the final cut because the film was “full of plots and subplots.” Her storyline as Rogue just “didn’t fit” with the final film, which Kinberg said was always designed to revolve around Charles Xavier, played by James McAvoy.

It’s the most complicated movie I’ve ever worked on,” Kinberg said, because of the film’s time traveling focus that unites the X-Men characters from the first trilogy, directed by Bryan Singer, and younger ones from Matthew Vaughn’s “X-Men: First Class,” while introducing even more like Quicksilver.


Date: October 1st | Category: Movie
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In an era where the vampire genre has been run into the ground with over-saturation — thanks to Twilight, “True Blood” and “The Vampire Diaries”, to name just a few — one of the most renowned independent filmmakers makes his latest characters that exact species. Writer/director Jim Jarmusch’s latest film on DVD and Blu-ray, Only Lovers Left Alive, reunites him with character actress Tilda Swinton and introduces Marvel favorite Tom Hiddleston to another dark role for his portfolio.

In 2012 Detroit, a vampire musician named Adam (Hiddleston) has been feeling rather depressed and uninspired with his music as well as life. When his longtime lover and co-vamp Eve (Swinton) visits him from Tangiers, their romance is revived. Their reunion is rudely interrupted by Eve’s younger sister Ava (Mia Wasikowska), who crashes at Adam’s apartment and tries to seduce his human assistant Ian (Anton Yelchin).

John Hurt and Jeffrey Wright co-star. Most famous for his episodic tales of ordinary people like Night on Earth (1991) and Coffee & Cigarettes (2003), Jarmusch takes one of the most popular supernatural creatures and gives them ordinary elements without any action or gore. Only Lovers Left Alive has some intriguing actors playing interesting characters who just happen to survive on blood and spend time pondering how much the world will continue to change around them. For the Jarmusch fans worried he’s downgrading himself with this one, he’s done the opposite and possibly gained a broader audience.

Available now on DVD & Blu Ray HERE


Date: September 16th | Category: Articles, Movie
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A new international trailer has been released for the movie Dracula Untold. Watch it below:

Date: September 4th | Category: Dracula, Movie, Previews
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What We Do in the Shadows follows a Mockumentry crew as they go inside the lives of four vampires living in a flat in Wellington. The film is loosely based on a short film the pair created eight years ago. It premiered at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival in January and has since shown to critical acclaim at the Berlin, SXSW and recently the Stany (Kubrick) festival where it picked up the audience award.

Viago, Vladislav and Deacon are three vampires who currently live in the Wellington suburb of Te Aro and currently haunt the streets of that New Zealand city looking for sustenance. Although Viago, Vladislav and Deacon are all several centuries old, they have more or less retained human appearance. The same cannot be said for Petyr, a Nosferatu-like inhuman vampire who inhabits their basement. The trio find it difficult to adapt to life in the early twenty first century due to their necessary seclusion within their flat to avoid sunlight, which is lethal to vampires. Deacon has a female retainer, Jackie, who runs errands for the trio. Due to a mishap, the trio fail to dine on Nick, a university student, and Petyr inadvertently sires him. Several months later, the upstairs trio discover this, but develop generational problems with Nick’s openness about his new post-human lifestyle. Nick invites Stu into the flat, a computer programmer friend, with whom the vampire trio bonds until estrangement occurs. Petyr is killed when Nick is indiscreet about the flatmates and their vampirism, resulting in a vampire hunter attack on the eldest vampire. At a subsequent ball, the trio meet other post-human denizens of Wellington, such as zombies and witches, other vampires and Vladislav’s ex-girlfriend, “The Beast.” Deacon is annoyed when he finds that Nick has sired Jackie without his permission. After a fight at the ball, the four vampires and Stu encounter a troupe of werewolves about to transform, led by Anton (Rhys Darby), who is its alpha male. Stu is attacked in a resulting chase by the werewolves, and left for dead by the vampires. However, a while later, Stu reappears, having been turned into a werewolf himself – eventually reconciling them with the vampires, as do Nick and the other vampires. Despite their differences with Nick, the other vampires have adapted to early twenty first century life, relationships and technology by the film’s end.

Watch the preview below

Date: September 3rd | Category: Articles, Movie
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