As you probably know, God's Not Dead followed one intrepid college student on a mission to prove to his class that his atheist professor's assertion of God's death has been greatly exaggerated. It's the sort of story that begs for a sequel, and Pure Flix CEO and managing partner Michael Scott is not one to deny such a tale its due. As such, we could get a God's Not Dead follow-up as early as next year, in which God will presumably continue to not be dead. What else will happen? Will another professor force another college class to convert to atheism? Or will our beloved student from the first film go on to graduate school, and have further adventures in defying his professors? Will the movie be called God's Still Not Dead or God's Not Dead With a Vengeance or God's Not Dead 2: The Legend of Curly's Gold? So many questions, and we'll have to wait a whole year to get them answered ... Discuss

The latest movie from filmmaker Christopher Nolan—the director behind blockbusters including The Dark Knight trilogy and Inception—doesn’t even come out until next month, but the trailers for Interstellar have already made it one of the most highly anticipated movies in recent memory. Now, thanks to this trailer, we get to see what another beloved sci-fi adventure would look like if it was helmed by Nolan: Disney’s WALL.E. You know you’d totally watch this version ... Discuss

Meet 15-year-old aspiring filmmaker Morgan Spence, who was recruited to be part of Lego artist Warren Elsmore's Brick Flicks project. Spence has edited together a series of iconic movie scenes—from Singin' In the Rain to Wayne's World to Titanic—using Legos. Everything is awesome, perhaps, but Spence is doing his part to make them all a little more awesome ... Discuss

Someday, someone should make a movie about the casting process for Doctor Strange because, holy moly, it has been a wild ride. There was a time when it was being confidently reported that Jared Leto had the part, and then equally confidently reported that Joaquin Phoenix would get it. Now, according to the most recent report, basically any human white man with an interest of being in a movie is in talks. Jared Leto appears to still be in the running, along with Ryan Gosling, Justin Theroux, Matthew McConaughey, Oscar Isaac, Ewan McGregor, Ethan Hawke, Keanu Reeves and Jake Gyllenhaal. If you're a guy who likes to act, you might as well call Marvel up too, since they're clearly open to options. In Marvel comics, Doctor Strange is a heroic wizard who does battle with supernatural foes but, in our world, the only battle is who is going to become a millionaire for playing him in real life ... Discuss

In 1820, a New England whaling ship was attacked by a giant whale so hellbent on destruction that it inspired Herman Melville to write Moby Dick. In real life, there was no Captain Ahab, but there was a crew who lost their ship and was forced to survive on a deserted island. Now, Ron Howard is bringing the true story to life, and he's got quite a trailer to do it. Chris Helmsworth stars with Cillian Murphy and Ben Whishaw. The film will release next March ... Discuss

The latest teaser for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 has it all: desolation, an angry Katniss, an ominous voiceover, a new jam from Lorde. The new installment to the massive YA fiction adaptation franchise opens on Nov. 21 ... Discuss