Screenpicks Weekly Round-up (Entertainment News)


Bronwen Winter Phoenix goes over the weekly round-up of entertainment news for Screenpicks.

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‘Prometheus 2′: Does New Comic Book Series Hint at What’s to Come?


Bronwen Winter Phoenix talks 'Prometheus 2' theories

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Podcast: The Drop, Eleanor Rigby, Skeleton Twins and More


We look at four new films as we head into fall!

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Review: ‘My Old Lady’


A true art house film, My Old Lady is well worth a trip to the theatre. After a few laughs and few tears later, you may find yourself in a coffee house in deep discussion, which is certainly a lovely way to spend an evening.

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Review: ‘Skeleton Twins’


Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader makes comedy out of the tragic in 'Skeleton Twins'. Scott Youngbauer reviews the black comedy.

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‘Jupiter Ascending’ News and Trailer


We love all things sci-fi here at Screenpicks, which is why we’re particularly interested the latest from the makers of The Matrix trilogy – and that comes in the form of sexy, futuristic-looking  title Jupiter Ascending, which we can now expect in February 2015. The movie stars Channing Tatum as “genetically engineered, ex-military hunter” Caine, alongside Mila […]

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Interview: Writer/Director Duo, Wash Westmoreland & Richard Glatzer


'The Last of Robin Hood' filmmakers talk stage moms, cross-generational romances, and bossing around Oscar Winners.

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Interview: Director and Cast of ‘Life Of Crime’


Jennifer Aniston, John Hawkes, and Will Forte, join their director, Dan Schechter, to dish the dirt on their entertaining new crime caper.

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Podcast: November Man, Life of Crime, Last of Robin Hood


We look at three new films on this week's podcast.

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Review: ‘As Above So Below’


Though armed with a great premise, As Above So Below will leave you hoping for an escape from the catacombs as much as the poor adventurers.

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Best High School & College Movies


Whether you’re just entering high school or college, right in the thick of it, or just want to reminisce about those years, here’s a list of the best high school & college movies.

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Instant Replay: Hopscotch


To kick off his new "Instant Replay" series, Marcas Grant takes a look at the suave Walter Matthau (really!) in the underrated "Hopscotch".

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Interview: Cherien Dabis


The 'May In The Summer' mastermind opens up about about writing, directing, and starring in her fantastic new film.

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Review: ‘If I Stay’

'If I Stay' is a moving little movie with some memorable performances. Scott Youngbauer reviews the teenage weepie.

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Review: ‘Love Is Strange’


Ben and George's marriage after 40 years together should have brought them happiness, but it's the catalyst for hardship. Ira Sachs' masterful film is both heartfelt and heartbreaking at the same time, from beginning to end.

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