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Review: Michael Giacchino At 50, Live At The Royal Albert Hall

Michael Giacchino is a film composer who’s still on the up and if you’ve watched the likes of LOST, Rogue One, Jurassic World, a...

Matt Reeves’ ‘The Batman’ Is Definitely Part Of The DCEU

There's been a little confusion this week over the Warner Bros/ DC title The Batman, what with the two Joker movies currently in development...

New Beginning: Matt Reeves Will Discard Ben Affleck’s ‘Batman’ Script

Matt Reeves, who is currently the talk of the town with his extremely well-reviewed War For The Planet Of The Apes, will reportedly discard...

Matt Reeves will take influence from Alfred Hitchcock for ‘The Batman’

Judging by early reports, Matt Reeves is apparently about to unleash one of the films of the year with the third instalment in the...

Epic all-new trailer and poster for War for the Planet of...

I'm quite content in saying that the return to the 'Apes' saga has probably been one of the most unexpectedly brilliant reboots we've seen... ever?...

Official: Matt Reeves will definitely direct and produce The Batman

Filmmaker Matt Reeves has been confirmed to direct The Batman for Warner Bros. and DC, as we reported a couple of weeks ago. What...

Matt Reeves is officially in talks to direct Warner Bros’ The...

War For The Planet Of The Apes and Cloverfield director Matt Reeves is officially in talks to direct Warner Bros. housed stand-alone Batman movie....

War for the Planet Of The Apes first footage reveal

Some of the first behind-the-scenes footage from the 2017 released War For The Planet Of The Apes has been release, along with a very...

The Third ‘Planet Of The Apes’ Movie Will Be Named…

The third movie in the PLANET OF THE APES prequel series has been given an official title. The film will be known as WAR...

Book Review: The Art Of… Rise Of The Planet Of The...

Author(s): Matt Hurwitz, Sharon Gosling, Adam Newell with the foreword by Matt Reeves Publisher: Titan Books Pages: 176 pages “To me, what was exciting about this film...