r/movies 1d ago

AMA We are Patrick Wilson and James Wan from INSIDIOUS: THE RED DOOR. The new trailer is out now! Ask us anything!


EDIT: Thank you so much Reddit! This was a blast. INSIDIOUS: THE RED DOOR in theaters July 7 - Patrick & James

Patrick Wilson here (u/InsidiousMovie). You may know me as Josh Lambert from the INSIDIOUS franchise, and I also starred in Aquaman and the Conjuring films. Yes, all of these were directed by James Wan. I DO work with others...just not as often. I'm making my directorial debut in INSIDIOUS: THE RED DOOR, in which I also star.

And producer James Wan here – Founder/CEO of Atomic Monster, co-creator of INSIDIOUS and SAW franchises, THE CONJURING Universe, producer of M3GAN, director of AQUAMAN and FURIOUS 7 (among others!). Looking forward to your questions!

Check out the new trailer for INSIDIOUS: THE RED DOOR, exclusively in theaters July 7th! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gexw4P68kbg PROOF: https://i.redd.it/y01whe57em4b1.jpg


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Official Discussion Official Discussion - Transformers: Rise of the Beasts [SPOILERS]



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During the '90s, a new faction of Transformers - the Maximals - join the Autobots as allies in the battle for Earth.


Steven Caple Jr.


Joby Harold, Darnell Metayer, Josh Peters


  • Anthony Ramos as Noah Diaz
  • Dominique Fishback as Elena Wallace
  • Luna Lauren Velez as Breanna Diaz
  • Dean Scott Vasquez as Kris Diaz
  • Tobe Nwigwe as Reek
  • Sarah Stiles as Jillian

Rotten Tomatoes: 56%

Metacritic: 41

VOD: Theaters

r/movies 15h ago

News ‘Gladiator 2’ Stunt Accident Leaves Several Crew Members Hospitalized

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r/movies 2h ago

Article From Hasbro to Harry Potter, Not Everything Needs to Be a Cinematic Universe

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r/movies 14h ago

Poster Official Poster for 'Suitable Flesh'

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r/movies 10h ago

Article Paul Geoffrey Dies: Actor In ‘Excalibur’ Was 68

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r/movies 1d ago

Article 30 Years Ago, ‘Jurassic Park’ Unleashed a Doomed Love Affair With Dinosaurs

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r/movies 1h ago

News 'The French Connection' has been censored and fans are furious

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r/movies 6h ago

Spoilers Avatar 2 Spoilers - Can someone explain what the hell happened during the final battle?


Paykan attacks the whaler to save Lo’ak. And in the chaos that ensues, the Na’vi find the perfect opportunity to destroy the humans.

Then, they just disappear from camera. The whole entire final act of the Sully family and Nemeteya’s GF, vs Stephen Lang was isolated. The sea Navi just disappeared and didn’t help out at all during the Eclipse scene.

Anyone else notice this?

r/movies 17h ago

News Warner Bros. Pictures Animation working on a 'Cat in the Hat' film to release in 2025 or 2026 and an origin story of the Flinstones titled 'Meet the Flinstones' is in early development.

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r/movies 3h ago

News ‘Little Bites’ – Cher Producing Horror Movie Starring Heather Langenkamp and Barbara Crampton!

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r/movies 9h ago

Discussion Name an actor who crushed a role so hard it closed the door on anyone else living up to it.


I'm going with pretty much any role Alan Rickman ever did. For example, who else could play a terrorist leader turned corporate thief? The Sheriff of Nottingham? Snapes?

The answer is no one. In the first example, even Jeremy Irons barely moved the needle playing a similar role in Die Hard 3, and he is Jeremy bleepin' Irons who did Scar.

r/movies 4h ago

News Annecy Film Festival 2023: The unmissable animation event

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r/movies 15h ago

Discussion If you could delete your memory for one movie and watch it again as if for the very first time, what would it be? For me it's The Sixth Sense.


I very much enjoyed watching The Sixth Sense and I don't know what else to say without giving away the plot twist (which probably a lot of people already know) but I wish I could experience that feeling again. I was just amazed. I couldn't believe I hadn't seen the plot twist.

Other movies I wish I could watch again for the first time are Psycho, Memento, Ex-Machina, Black Swan, Scream...and all the Lord of the Ring and the original Star Wars trilogy.

r/movies 8h ago

Discussion Mortal Kombat (1995)


Not every video game movie can say they had a great adaptation, but i gotta say this one did.

between the direction, the choreography, and the acting, it was 100% solid.

in fact, my gold star would be to Shang Tsung. He literally WAS shang tsung from the video game. totally believable.

What do you all think?

r/movies 17h ago

News New ‘Leprechaun’ Movie in the Works at Lionsgate

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r/movies 8h ago

Discussion Wild at Heart (1990)?!


Just caught Wild at Heart (1990) dir by David Lynch with Nic Cage, Laura Dern and Willem Dafoe at a local theater on a whim. Holy shit? One of the most fun theater experiences I've had! So campy. So quotable. The theater clapped at the end and it was well deserved.

Surely the good r/movies people of Reddit can attest to its greatness?

r/movies 11h ago

News Comcast Shareholders Approve Top Executive Pay Plan Despite Writers Guild Urging “No” Vote (However, Both Comcast And Netflix Say Going Forward, They Will Hold A Say On Pay Vote Every Year At Their Annual Meetings After Their Shareholders' Approval Of Move)

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r/movies 1d ago

News Brand New Official ‘Ghostbusters’ Logo Teases a Winter-Themed ‘Afterlife’ Sequel

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r/movies 4h ago

Discussion Movies (or shows) that give you deep existential dread?


I have a severe love for these types of movies and shows, probably from watching Twilight zone and the like as a youngster. Certain episodes of Black Mirror give me this vibe. The endings of Playtest, US Callister and Black Museum really put me in this place.

I’ve just finished watching Devs, and some of the elements from that show almost hit that nerve, especially seeing and hearing the projected history of characters from ancient history.

Ethereal movies also go into this for me. Such as Enter the Void. Ad Astra is there too, for the loneliness.

I especially love slow, transcendent movies with crazy scores.

r/movies 19h ago

News Scott Beck and Bryan Woods ('A Quiet Place', '65') to write and direct A24's horror film 'Heretic' – the film will reportedly center on two young women of faith who are lured into a cat-and-mouse game in the home of an eccentric man.

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r/movies 21h ago

Trailer Lakota Nation vs. United States - Official Trailer | HD | IFC Films

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r/movies 11h ago

News Why The ‘Rise of the Beasts’ Composer Spent Two Years Scoring The Revved-Up Return Of ‘Transformers’ (Paramount Has Built A New State-Of-The-Art Recording Studio Right On Its Lot And This Is The First Production To Use It)

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r/movies 8h ago

Discussion Hey; really enjoying westerns rn! Any good recommendations?


Just came off the ballad of buster s; great movie, and westerns have always been my thing with high plains drifter and the good the bad the ugly probably in my top 20 movies of all time!

I would like something a little more unique and more rare; maybe something older? But I’m not picky! Much love thanks!

PS: Bonus if the movie has a banger soundtrack

r/movies 5h ago

Discussion In "The King of Comedy" (1982), are the on-air jokes of Rubert Pupkin supposed to be good, bad, or "meh" from our perspective?


At least for me it's hard to tell how the director (Scorsese) wants to make the viewer feel. They sound like OK jokes of a typical American talk show host to me, but this interpretation doesn't quite fit the desperate loser character of Rupert Pupkin.

I really like the movie, though. Feels so modern for its time.

r/movies 12m ago

Discussion Why are fans okay with Batman and James Bond recasts, but not with others?


The discussion about recasts has been important for the MCU and I see that there's discussions about this for Star Wars, mainly concerning Luke and Leia.

I see that there's lots of people who are opposed to recasting of famous characters. They don't want anyone else but Mark Hamill to play Luke and they don't want someone else to play Iron Man or Captain America. The main argument against recasting is that some actors are iconic in their roles, for example is Downey jr iconic as Iron Man and Hamill as Luke Skywalker.

But what about Batman? There has been 7 actors who has played Batman on screen. Excluding Kilmer and Clooney and maybe Affleck, pretty much every Batman actor has been iconic as Batman. We got some of the best comic book movies ever with Christian Bale as Batman and one could argue that he's just as iconic as Batman as Downey jr is with Iron Man, yet we were just fine with them recasting Batman. It's the same with James Bond, we are okay with different actors portraying 007 even though some of them became iconic in their roles.

So why are fans opposed to recasting Iron Man, Captain America, Luke Skywalker etc, but fine with Batman, James Bond and Superman being recasted all the time?

In my opinion, the actors are not bigger than the characters, especially not when talking about iconic comic book characters. Doesnt't other actors deserve a shot at these famous characters? One argument I see a lot of is that no one could play Iron man as good as Downey jr, but what if they are wrong? What if there's a actor who could do it just as good as him?

Any thoughts on this?

r/movies 1d ago

Media Carrie Fisher Presents George Lucas's A.F.I. Lifetime Achievement Award by Roasting Him

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