BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
The summer keeps on rolling on, and this week it seems as though there is something for everybody. With three movies on the docket, there’s something for the kids, the horror junkies and those who want to subject themselves to mid-summer sci-fi.
Director Gregory Jacobs' Magic Mike XXL didn't have much of a first weekend at the box office, but one thing seems to be for certain: it's a hit with women. How do we know this? Because a report has been released saying that 96 percent of the film's audience was female.
Imported from Japan, the Hello Kitty brand is one of the most popular around the world - and now its reach will be extending to the big screen. This is because it has been officially announced that a Hello Kitty movie is in development.
Fans of writer/director Kevin Smith will tell you that his most popular characters - Jay and Silent Bob - have only ever been featured within the director's own work in what are referred to as the "View Askewniverse" movies. That may soon change, however.
In addition to the Independence Day holiday here in the United States, this weekend also marked the birthday of actress Margot Robbie. It turns out that this special day was celebrated on the set of David Ayer's Suicide Squad, and even had a cake personalized to her very special role in the movie: Harley Quinn.
Both filmmakers and executives have taken their respective opportunities to explain what makes DC Comics movies different from Marvel movies, and vice versa. Only now,. however has the new Batman, Ben Affleck, weighed in on the contrast, and he's said that the real dividing line is a certain sense of scale, realism, and tone.
Next Summer’sSuicide Squad has done a pretty good job thus far keeping their plot under wraps. This has meant that if you’re going to go digging for information all you really have to go on is how things look, like Boomerang's epic beard.
One of the more interesting questions about Marvel’s upcoming Ant-Man is how it will tie into everything else in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. A new ad spot has given us another hint by showing us one current Marvel actor who will be making an appearance.
The phrase “nobody puts Baby in a corner” has pretty much become common tongue. But the second you start using it in promotional/marketing material without the consent of Lionsgate, even if it alters a few lines, well, you’re in trouble. And the trouble just got huge for brokerage giant TD Ameritrade
The ending to 2013’s Man of Steel was controversial to say the least. What it was not, however, was pointless. The destruction of Metropolis will have a major impact on the DC film universe, and on Batman as well.
So a couple years back there was this little Superman movie called Man of Steel you might have heard of it. While there were a number of reasons that the movie had problems, the climax was a big one for a lot of people.
If you've been putting off going to see Terminator: Genisys, if you go see it on July 4th you'll get a special surprise, the first teaser trailer for Independence Day: Resurgence.
Tim Burton's Nicolas Cage-starring Superman Lives is one of the most famous never-was movies in Hollywood, and now we have a new look at the Man of Steel that could have been.
With Ant-Man two weeks away from release, Marvel is making one last marketing push to plug the tiny superhero’s movie, and in the latest trailer, they name-drop their biggest superhero team as potential allies.
Josh Trank has been talking up the climactic battle from The Fantastic Four, and if he's to be believed, we're in for one hell of an epic superhero showdown.
We still don't know exactly what role Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman will play in the upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but according to the director it's a vital one.
After millennia of slumber, Apocalypse will awaken next year in X-Men: Apocalypse to give the titular protagonists their greatest battle yet, and now we have our first look at the mutant’s Egyptian lair.
It looks like Marvel is going to have to continue the search for a director for their upcoming Black Panther as Selma director Ava DuVernay has passed on the job.
You may be a pretty big Back to the Future fan, but unless you've gone to the very drastic extremes, I think one city in Kansas has got you beat in that department.
When news that the CHiPs reboot was moving forward, many of us assumed it would be given the straight up comedy treatment, but according to one of the stars, that's not the route they're taking.