Shane Black’s The Nice Guys is far from a project that you could say came together over night. In reality, the movie has been in the works for about 13 years now, which – if you’re paying attention – means that it was in development since before Black’s 2005 directorial debut, Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang.
Writer/director Shane Black knows a thing or two about detective stories. His career started back in the 1980s when he sold the script for the original Lethal Weapon, and in the years since he’s delivered spell-binding and hilarious capers in The Last Boy Scout, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, and more.
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I had the pleasure of sitting down with Tim Miller and producer Simon Kinberg last month, and I began the interview by asking the pair about any deleted scenes that they wish could have been snuck back into the feature for the theatrical cut.
The footage we’ve seen from Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters has revealed the origins of hearse-turned-Ecto-1 that the team uses to get around – establishing it as belonging to the uncle of Leslie Jones’ character, Patty – but it turns out that this isn’t the only key piece of equipment that she brings to the group.
On February 9, 2015, Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures announced that they had made a deal that would see Spider-Man introduced to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. What may surprise you is that the character was actually worked into the film months before the joint studio deal was made.
Hollywood doesn’t always have the greatest track record when it comes to costumes for women – particularly when it comes to big action movies and blockbuster franchises.
Captain America has been through a lot since being woken up in the 21st century. He’s saved the planet from both alien invaders and killer robots, but also saw his faith in the system totally shattered when Hydra took down S.H.I.E.L.D. from the inside.
We’re now just a few months away from the theatrical release of director Paul Feig’s Ghostsbusters, and while we’ve seen a good bit of footage and a handful of images from the movie, big details are also being kept purposefully mysterious and hidden prior to the film’s arrival.
Director Paul Feig has explained in the past why his new version of the Ghostbusters is a reboot instead of a direct sequel: he and co-writer Katie Dippold didn’t like the idea of his characters simply being handed technology, and wanted to give them the chance to build it all themselves.
The marketing material that we’ve shown so far for Ghostbusters has been very specific. What we haven’t heard much about is the central villain of the new movie
While certainly never being ignorant of the presence of Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key, the marketing campaign for the upcoming comedy Keanu has made sure that audiences know just how incredibly cute the titular kitten is. What you may be surprised to learn, however, is that the original drafts of the movie didn’t feature a cat at all.
Being a superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a pretty amazing thing for an actor, but some of them have to go through a process that is quite torturous. Paul Bettany and Chadwick Boseman certainly qualify in this area.
The Police Academy reboot has been in the works for a number of years now – with Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele coming aboard as producers back in 2014 – but the project is still very much alive and kicking.
Thanks to the power of CGI, you’d think that the amount of vine swinging actually done by Alexander Skarsgard for the new movie The Legend of Tarzan would be kept to a minimum. This, however, wasn’t the case on director David Yates’ set.
There are many great relationships and dynamics that get a very special spotlight in Joe and Anthony Russo’s Captain America: Civil War, but certainly one of the most exciting bonds is between Paul Bettany’s Vision and Elizabeth Olsen’s Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch.
How Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them Is Affected By Its American Setting, According To Dan Fogler
On beyond the key characters and regular battles with Voldemort, one key thing separates the story of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them from the rest of the Harry Potter franchise: its setting.
Is Tina Fey making a Hocus Pocus remake? Even she doesn't seem to know.
Tina Fey tried really, really hard to get a part in a massive, big-screen musical. But, ultimately, still failed miserably.