Andrew Auger recently graduated from Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York with a major Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Cinema Studies. He was also the President of Marist College Television, a student-run television channel dedicated to producing diverse content for the masses. Originally from Hamilton, New Jersey, Auger is a passionate film fan and loves to write about all topics. He hopes to one day find a profession in journalism, particularly in the speciality of film criticism.
Actor Daniel Dae Kim posts a video from one of his stunt-training sessions for Lionsgate's upcoming Hellboy comic book movie reboot.
The Punisher Twitter account reveals a motion poster that once again hints at the premiere date for the Marvel/Netflix TV series.
According to sources from Warner Brothers and DC, the DC Extended Universe is not an official term used to refer to the films inside the studio.
M. Night Shyamalan's Unbreakable/Split followup Glass adds more two actors from the original Unbreakable, ahead of the start of production.
FOX reports that Seth MacFarlane's The Orville posts the biggest opening for the network since the debut of smash hit Empire.
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Jaime Lannister gets his own pair of gold-encrusted sneakers thanks to a partnership between Game of Thrones and Italian shoe manufacturer KOIO.
Ben Affleck is reportedly in talks to once again direct his brother Casey Affleck in the based on a true story war movie Red Platoon.
It's bad news at the domestic box office, as summer 2017 records astounding lows in attendance and ticket sales in the United States.