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All you filmmakers might be too busy making your own movies... so here's a round-up of all the big stories in Atlanta and Hollywood.
The third installment in the LEGO movie franchise focuses on the Ninjago line of toys. Is it as good as the first two LEGO movies?
As the third entry in LEGO's movie series, The LEGO Ninjago Movie arrives in theaters on Friday. So, what are our favorite films based on toys? Read on...
The guys from Frat Pack Productions tell us all about the company, plans on content creation, working with charities, and more!
A bit of a light week on the ATL entertainment news front, but some big stories! If you've been busy this week, here's what you might have missed...
Darren Aronofsky's latest film, mother!, is now in theaters, continuing the director's tradition of unsettling, disturbing films. With that in mind, we looked deep into our wounded psyche's to bring you our Top 3 Unnerving Films.
Those Who Deserve to Die is the latest feature film from Atlanta writer/director Bret Wood. As Bret finishes post-production, he was kind enough to take a break and answer 5 QUESTIONS...
Out on Film Festival Director Jim Farmer previews the 2017 fest and discusses why the LGBT centered festival is so important to the community!
Before we get blown away by Hurricane Irma, lets take a look back on all the entertainment news you might've missed while you were out buying bread and milk.
We're a bit late to the game on this one, but "Atomic Blonde" is one of the best films of the summer. Find out why in the newest 4 GOOD THINGS.
The sequel to the really fun 2011 movie "Goon" is now available in the U.S.. Find out what Michael D Friedman thought about "Goon: Last of the Enforcers"
Nearly 10 years in the making, the indie feature Night Shots, from director Eric Bomba-Ire, is finally premiering on September 14 as part of "Welcoming Week" in Atlanta.