It’s one of those movies that more people found on DVD and cable, appreciating the work of Cruise and his director, Christopher McQuarrie. Jack Reacher is leading to a sequel, yet while Cruise is back in the lead role, McQuarrie had to pass, and I wondered why.
The whole team is back in action this weekend, when Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation opens in theaters on July 31. And if it makes $1 billion globally, and reviews single out Simon Pegg’s heroics (he’s actually fantastic in the film), then we can expect Benji in theaters in 2018.
Given the fact that actors frequently look to return to successful franchises, it’s kind of ridiculous that Cruise has managed to avoid cranking out multiple sequels to all of the hits that he has developed over the years.
Continuing the Fast & Furious saga makes all of the sense in the world. In an industry where studios are starving for viable franchises, Vin Diesel and his friends – sorry, family – are coming off of a massive hit in Furious 7, which so far has banked $1.51 billion dollars worldwide.
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The Book Of Mormon is one of those insanely successful shows that Hollywood would love to get their hands on. So what exactly is the hold up? Read on to see what Josh Gad had to say about a possible film adaptation.
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From Deadpool to Batman v Superman, the sneak peeks shown at Comic-Con for the event’s biggest releases leaked online, thanks to fans recording them on their devices. If you ask Fox producer Hutch Parker, the frustration for the studio is all too real.
You can understand why plans are sort of up in the air. At the time of its announcement, Furious 7 was scheduled to launch a trilogy of new stories that would pit Dom (Vin Diesel) and his crew against a fresh set of bad guys.
In Trainwreck, an unlikely duo is paired as Downton Abbey-recapping best buds. The two, in real life, live in completely opposite worlds—one a quirky comedian, the other, an NBA all-star, so naturally, some awkward conversations ensued.
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Wondering how two comedians who had never met before harnessed such incredible chemistry on screen? Well, it turns out the auditioning process was far more strange and awkward than you could possibly imagine, including a forced dinner and uncomfortable sex talk.
The beginning of Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man features an absolutely stunning visual effect. Set in the late 1980s, the sequence puts a spotlight on a digitally de-aged Michael Douglas as he berates some head members of S.H.I.E.L.D., and you’d think the guy just stepped off of the set of Wall Street.
After noticing Lebron James and other athletes popping up in Trainwreck, along with the heavy sports vibe in the film, we had to ask Judd Apatow where this decision came from.
To this point, Toby Kebbell’s Doctor Doom has been kept a mystery in the marketing for Fantastic Four. We’ve gotten brief glimpses at him, and have heard him say a few lines, but very little has been made officially known about the portrayal of the character. Fortunately, I recently had the chance to talk with Kebbell about his role at San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend.
Darren Cross – the central villain of Ant-Man as portrayed by Corey Stoll – is a complex guy. While he presents himself as a big tough business guy who is dealing in weapons manufacturing, that’s not who the actor portraying him really sees in the character.
When Edgar Wright decided to split with Marvel and leave Ant-Man, the name of the person helming the project wasn’t the only thing to change about the movie. One of the more significant elements to change was Evangeline Lilly’s character, Hope Van Dyne.