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7 Clues To 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Revealed By The Director and Cast

 Star Wars The Last Jedi on set

Audiences are about to see STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI on December 15, and as usual the movie is shrouded in secrecy. CineMovie was at the Los Angeles press conference with director Rian Johnson and the cast. While they didn’t give away major plot points, they did reveal a few clues about Episode 8.

STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI director Rian Johnson, Mark Hamill, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, John Boyega, Kelly Marie Tran, Domhnall Gleeson, Gwendoline Christie, and Andy Serkis talked Episode 8 at a Los Angeles press conference. Here’s what they revealed.

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Watch Full Interview: Star Wars: Last Jedi Press Conference

Star Wars The Last Jedi press conference

Episode 8 of the STAR WARS saga is almost upon us so the stars and director of STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI are finally talking about the movie opening December 15. Director Rian Johnson, Mark Hamill, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, John Boyega, Kelly Marie Tran, Domhnall Gleeson, Gwendoline Christie, and Andy Serkis gathered in downtown Los Angeles for a 40 minute press conference. Watch full interview here on CineMovie. 

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Interview: Octavia Spencer Is Ready For Her Close-Up As A Psycho Killer

Shape Of Water Sally Hawkins and Octavia Spencer in the film

Octavia Spencer is so over playing characters who persevered, and she's ready to play a psycho killer. THE SHAPE OF WATER allowed Spencer to act in a light-hearted movie although she is still playing a disenfranchised person who had no rights in the 50s. She tells CineMovie she's ready to play a villain and get her hands dirty.

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Josh Gad Reveals Which 'Olaf's Frozen Adventure' Song He Dreaded Singing

 Josh Gad Olafs Frozen Adventure

Josh Gad returns as Olaf in a 21-minute short, OLAF’S FROZEN ADVENTURE featuring four original songs. The Walt Disney Animation Studios’ short will play ahead of Pixar’s COCO. At an event for OLAF’S FROZEN ADVENTURE at Walt Disney Animation in Burbank, Ca, Gad told a crowd that he took a refresher course in voicing Olaf by rewatching the original, but the most difficult was hitting the high notes for one of the new songs.

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'Coco' Stars Gael Garcia Bernal and Edward James Olmos Say Pixar Movie Counters Negative View of Mexicans

Coco movie Gael Garcia Bernal character 

Disney*Pixar pay homage to the Mexican tradition of the Dia de los Muertos aka Day of the Dead in COCO. COCO director and Lee Unkrich (TOY STORY 3, FINDING NEMO), and co-director Adrian Molina went to great lengths to research the holiday. The result is a beautiful and colorful story about the importance of family and a wonderful reflection of Mexican culture. Gael Garcia Bernal and Edward James Olmos voice characters in COCO, and the actors are overwhelmed by the positive message it sends at a time when it’s most needed.

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Latino Spotlight: 'The Star' Story Artist Art Hernandez Talks Shop

The Star animation movie

Art Hernandez was born in the right city to achieve his dream of becoming an animator. Born in Los Angeles to Mexican immigrants, Arturo “Art” Hernandez was recruited by Disney Animation in Burbank at the age of 22 where he worked as a story artist on the four Tinker Bell features, CARS, and the Head of Story on PLANES: FIRE & RESCUE. After 18 years, he left Disney Animation for Sony Pictures Animation to pursue his dream of directing an animated feature. While he works on his directorial debut, he lent his talents as a story artist on THE STAR, and he describes his day-to-day job as story artist and how an animated movie all comes together. Listen below.

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Ray Fisher Talks 'Justice League' And What Comes With Superhero Status

Justice League Cyborg Ray Fisher

Ray Fisher has been tasked in bringing DC Comics’ Cyborg to life in JUSTICE LEAGUE. The actor, known mostly for his stage work, is about to embark on a new kind of fame and journey into the DC Extended Universe, and CineMovie talked to the New Jersey-native about his experience so far as part of the JUSTICE LEAGUE.

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Manuel Garcia Rulfo Talks 'Murder On The Orient Express' and How The Large Cast Bonded

Manuel Garcia Rulfo in Murder On The Orient Express

Actor Manuel Garcia Rulfo (THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN) was speechless the first day on set of MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS when director and star Kenneth Branagh threw him into a scene with Judy Dench, Penelope Cruz, Michelle Pfeiffer, Johnny Depp, Derek Jacobi, Willem Dafoe and other actors  without having met or rehearsed with them. Garcia Rulfo talked to CineMovie about how the cast bonded and the family atmosphere director Kenneth Branagh brought to the set.

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Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh Brings 70s Synth Sound to 'Thor: Ragnarok'

 Thor Ragnarok Chris Hemsworth Taika Waititi

THOR: RAGNAROK director Taika Waititi brought an unorthodox approach to the third Marvel movie in the THOR franchise visually, story-wise and musically. Devo frontman turned composer Mark Mothersbaugh was the perfect choice to score Waititi’s quirky and colorful take on the superhero genre, and CineMovie is talking to the musical icon.  

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