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Lorde previously covered Tears For Fears’ “Everybody Wants To Rule The World” for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire soundtrack. Clearly, the powers-that-be were impressed with the Kiwi singer. The “Royals” singer curates the entire soundtrack for the latest installment.

The lead cut, “Yellow Flickr Beat,” has premiered on her Vevo account. It will reportedly be played during The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 closing credits.

“Yellow Flickr Beat” is exactly what you’d expect from Lorde. It’s ominous-sounding with introspective and thought-provoking lyrics. The brooding singer is the perfect musician to provide the soundtrack for Katniss Everdeen in battle. Give it a listen below.

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Last time we saw Patrick Wilson, he was doing Lena Dunham in that polarizing episode of Girls. This time around, the 41-year-old actor has to deal with an eccentric billionaire played by Chris Pine in Stretch. Wilson plays a limo driver who experiences a crazy and dangerous night after picking up Pines.

The action comedy also stars Ed Helms, Chris Pine, Jessica Alba, Brooklyn Decker and David Hasselhoff. It comes from the director of Smokin’ Aces. The studio previously shared a gag reel where Pine showed off a little juicy side butt. It opens in October. Check out the trailer below.

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It’s official!!! Bryan Singer is on board to direct X-Men: Apocalypse, scheduled to hit theaters on May 27, 2016. There was doubt that a lawsuit filed by Michael Egan claiming sexual abuse would threaten the 49-year-old director’s participation in the film. With Egan dropping the lawsuit last month, Singer is free and clear to direct the highly-anticipated sequel.

Singer helmed the first two X-Men films of the original franchise and returned to direct X-Men: Days of Future Past. The latter is the most successful one in the franchise’s history with a worldwide gross of $746 million. Production on X-Men: Apocalypse will begin early next year. Are you excited Bryan is back? Sound off below.

Movie Review: This Is Where I Leave You

In: Matt, Movies
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This is Where I Leave You hit theatres this week and having witnessed some of the director’s past transgressions such as Cheaper by the Dozen and Night at the Museum I had my hesitations. The film features an all-star cast so at least I had that to look forward to.

The film, adapted from the novel by Jonathan Topper, tells the story of a dysfunctional family brought together by the death of their not so religious father whose last request was that the family sit Shiva, the seven day Jewish mourning period. As you can expect hilarity ensues as the family struggles to cope with being around each other while also dealing with their own personal issues.

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Academy nominee Jessica Chastain teams up with fellow Oscar nominee, director J.C. Chandor, for the upcoming crime drama, A Most Violent Year. The film’s story is set during the winter of 1981 in New York City which is statistically one of the most violent years on record in the city’s history. Chastain and Oscar-less nominated Oscar Isaac play a couple chasing the American Dream during this turbulent time.

Rounding out the cast are Alessandro Nivola, Albert Brooks and David Oyelowo. A Most Violent Year hits theaters on December 31, just in time for Oscar consideration. Check out the first trailer below.

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Movie Review: The Maze Runner

In: Movies, Tommy D

Movies like The Maze Runner aren’t brand new concepts. Dystopian future where the fate of the world rests on the shoulders of teenagers. We have the Hunger Games as Divergent which are both great franchises, and both female led. The Maze Runner is essentially the same kind of story but this time with all boys.

The movie starts fast right away. You are thrown into the maze when Thomas is sent into the Glades to meet his fate. He is greeted by the boys who have already been trapped there led by Alby. He takes Thomas around and shows him the ropes of the mini civilaztions, tell him that everyone has a role to play and they get along fine. That’s when Thomas starts noticing the Maze. No one knows where it came from or what it is, only that the get out of where they are they have to find the exit.

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Magic Mike XXL Finds Its Female Lead In Amber Heard

In: Donovan, Movies
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If there was a weak link in the first Magic Mike film, I would have to say it was Channing Tatum’s love interest. No disrespect to Cody Horn, but she just felt out of place in the film and wasn’t at all captivating. I’m a fan of Amber Heard so hopefully, she brings more to the table. No details about her role have been disclosed, but she joins the production which is currently filming.

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It’s most likely Amy Adams will score another Oscar nomination with her much-buzzed about performance in Big Eyes. After five previous nods, could lucky number six finally be her ticket to Oscar glory. Award pundits think it’s a strong possibility. Fingers crossed she wins. The 40-year-old is long overdue.

In Big Eyes, Adams plays famed painter Margaret Keane whose husband claimed credit for her work to great acclaim and fortune. After painting masterpieces in her basement, her husband Walter (Christoph Waltz) would then add his signature. Things eventually became sour and the two ended up in a huge legal battle. The presiding judge placed two easels side by side and challenged each of them to start painting.

Jason Schwartzman, Krysten Ritter, Danny Huston and Terence Stamp round out the cast. Big Eyes directed by Tim Burton hits theaters on December 25. Check out the first trailer below.

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