We’re going to talk about the end of Mad Max: Fury Road, which will obviously contain SPOILERS for the film in question. If you haven’t seen it yet, you should do so at the earliest convenience, it’s awesome, but maybe go read one of our other articles in the meantime.
This week will see Ed Skrien try and replace Jason Statham’s place in pop culture as The Transporter franchise’s new Frank Martin – so we figured now would be a great time to take a look back at some of the instances where a franchise changing actors for a character actually worked out for the best.
Mark Ruffalo has confirmed that Hulk will not appear in Captain America: Civil War, leaving the character’s whereabouts still unknown. However, we have thoughts of our own on where he’s hanging out, both logical and slightly out there.
Brace yourselves, as we're about to evaluate days of Ferrell past and count down the 10 best partners to buddy up with the weird and wondrous man we know as Will Ferrell.
The word is out: next year's Oscars are going to be hosted by a duo! While one has been outright name dropped, there's four other candidates we'd like to submit alongside the current frontrunners.
So far little information has been revealed about what Baron Zemo will be doing in Captain America: Civil War, so we want to take our own crack at how the antagonist might be handled in the Captain America threequel.
Now that the summer has officially ended, movie fans are already amalgamating their best-of lists. And while the likes of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, Inside Out, and The End Of The Tour each enthralled and wowed for a variety of reasons, nothing quite made the critical impact of Mad Max: Fury Road.
Before we fully turn the calendar’s page to September, though, we want to digest everything that happened these past few months. There have been surprises (both good and bad), and lessons learned by the industry and its patrons. Who are summer’s biggest Winners and Losers?
Casting chops and changes are made on a regular basis. But which films were drastically altered because of the departure of their A-list leading man? Have a gander inside to see.
With Labor Day weekend coming up, we are at the very end of the summer season – but that just means that fall is about to start and that Halloween is on its way.
There are a number of musicians that have taken a stab at acting, whether it be in playing themselves on screen, or a different role. But there are few that do so successfully. Here we pay tribute to those musicians-turned-actors.
It was reported that actor Mads Mikkelsen is in early talks to join Doctor Strange, and word has it he might be a villain. Here are our top five contenders for the antagonist he may end up playing in the 2016 blockbuster.
What we tend to do, when we lose a legend, is spend time revisiting their previous works – and with Craven, it’s no different. Thankfully, some of his best films are available on Netflix, and can be streamed instantly.
Don’t go into end of summer mourning yet, folks. There’s still got some time left to enjoy the rays until we reach that self-imposed line of summer demarcation known as Labor Day.
Looking for something new to add to your Amazon Prime queue? September's offerings are looking pretty good from where we're standing.
More and more trailers seem to spoil the films that they're supposed to sell, and we have ten really good examples of what you shouldn't do when selling a film.
In addition to garnerning early awards buzz, The End of the Tour is also a must-see for writers, both seasoned and aspiring. Coupled with some of the other films on writing, one can piece together a manual of sorts to further the craft.
It was Barry Manilow's birthday, seventeen years ago, when a group of high school seniors spent their remaining hours as a class at a loud graduation party, where one guy vowed to tell the girl of his dreams how he really felt...
Especially when compared to the box office season last year, 2015 had an incredible number of big hits this summer. But while audiences flocked to certain major films, other titles were ultimately ignored, despite have huge buzz and great reviews. We’re here to try and help that imbalance.
Over the years, we’ve seen zombies taken out by many different kinds of individuals. It’s a job taken on by reporters, nurses, slackers, U.N. officials, clerks, soldiers, and many, many more. This fall, however, movie-goers will be able to watch big screen zombie hunters of a much different breed.