A high-profile comedy and a lower budget science fiction film compete for our attentions this week on Blu-ray and DVD. Find out which one of the sets just so happens to be one of the best of the year, here.
In 2020, DC is giving one of its greatest superheroes another shot on the big screen. Announced with the rest of Warner Bros. lineup of DC films, Green Lantern will be rebooted, allowing it to escape the shadow of the 2011 film. However, even with this fresh start, one thing is unclear: which Green Lantern will they use for the DC Cinematic Universe? Here’s a rundown of their options.
Ever wanted to see a second banana become top dog? Read through our list to see which of your favorites we've suggested for that very honor!
There’s been a lot of buzz on the Internet over the 2016 Doctor Strange movie. Casting rumors have gone wild, and with Sinister director Scott Derrickson at the helm, the movie’s tone is sure to be bizarre. However, unlike characters like Captain America and Hulk, Doctor Strange isn’t that well known. Who is this mysterious magic user and why should we care that he’s getting his own movie? Click ahead to learn all about the Sorcerer Supreme, and you’ll learn why this is the most anticipated movie for many Marvel Cinematic Universe fans.
Hollywood is always trying to figure out the best time to release an Oscar hopeful. But after a film has tested the waters of the film festival circuit, what is the point of holding it back from an interested audience?
I keep waiting for the week when I can get truly excited about what’s coming out. We are getting closer to that feeling, be we aren’t quite there yet. This week we’ve got John Wick, messing with ouija boards and a blind kid playing football. It’s all over the place.
Like father, like son. Cameron Romero, son of Living Dead franchise creator George Romero, wants to tell his own story about the zombies that his dad made famous. Here's how you can help make that happen.
Throughout the month of October, Craven is dropping A Nightmare on Elm Street knowledge of all kinds on fans and followers, using the “#30YearsofNightmare” tag. The director is mixing general info about the production with unique insight into the inspirations behind Freddy Krueger.
When will we finally get a Wonder Woman movie? The infamous Amazonian will be introduced in Snyder’s movie when it reaches theaters on May 6, 2016.
This past summer’s San Diego Comic-Con was a rather disappointing one for comic book movie fans. While many – including myself – had incredibly high expectations of big reveals, we were actually left learning very little big news. This past week, however, has been what I expected Comic-Con to be.
The big Marvel movie news this week was that Robert Downey Jr. would be joining Captain America 3, which is set to be an adaptation of the crossover Civil War. In the comics, Steve Rogers was killed after Civil War ended, and while it’s unlikely he’ll die in Captain America 3, Marvel may be setting up the patriotic superhero for demise in the coming years. Here are reasons they would do that.
So now that Warwick Davis is signed on for Star Wars: Episode VII, what do you think the odds are that we'll get to see the Ewoks again? We evaluate and give our ruling inside.
Considering seven separate categories, To 3D Or Not To 3D evaluates the full scope of the 3D viewing experience. Think of it as a consumer's guide for your movie-going, complete with a viewers poll where you can weigh in on how you plan to see Book Of Life.
DC has a unique opportunity to define a new chapter of Wonder Woman's legacy with this 2017 movie. With the right director, DC could craft something spectacular and iconic with Wonder Woman. But who'd be up to the task of taking on a superheroine movie that even Joss Whedon found tricky? Here are five filmmakers who could do Wonder Woman justice.
After months of waiting, Warner Bros. and DC Comics finally gave fans what they were asking for: the planned live-action DC films. Starting with Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, WB will release 10 DC films between 2016 and 2020. From solo films like Wonder Woman and Aquaman to ensemble films like Suicide Squad and Justice League Part One and Two there’s a lot to take in, but we’ve got you covered! Here’s everything we know so far about DC’s films.