The Oscars May Change The Best Picture Race In A Huge Way
It was only six years ago that the Academy Awards decided to make a rather major change to their Best Picture category. For years the number of nominees up for the big prize was limited to only five titles, but a rule change made it so that as many as 10 films could be up for the award. Apparently that experiment may be coming to an end.
to Eric Eisenberg 2015-03-03
The LEGO Batman Movie Will Have A Hilarious Side Plot
Chris Miller and Phil Lord have revealed a side plot for the forthcoming LEGO Batman Movie, and it sounds utterly hilarious.
to Gregory Wakeman 2015-03-03
10 Current Superheroes Or Supervillains That Need To Be Recast
Superhero movies immune to a common problem that has plagued many franchises: recasting. With that in mind, here are the main superheroes and super villains that will need to be recasted soon for future appearances for a variety of reasons.
to Adam Holmes 2015-03-03
Independence Day 2 Just Cast Will Smith's Son
It was all the way back in 2013 that we first learned that one of the main protagonists in Roland Emmerich's upcoming Independence Day 2 would be the stepson of Will Smith's character from the original, Captain Steven Hiller, but only today (about two years later) are we learning about the actor who will be playing the part: Survivor's Remorse star Jessie Usher.
to Eric Eisenberg 2015-03-03
Joseph Gordon-Levitt Looks Almost Unrecognizable As Edward Snowden
We've got our first look at Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Edward Snowden in Oliver Stone's impending biopic, and he looks pretty amazing.
to Gregory Wakeman 2015-03-03
The Ridiculous Inspiration For Lando's Star Wars Helmet
In the world of cinema, filmmakers never know when great inspiration is going to hit. Take, for example, the process that went into creating Lando Calrissian's bounty hunter helmet for Star Wars: Return of the Jedi.
to Eric Eisenberg 2015-03-03
Chinese People Spent More Money On Movies Than Americans Last Month
In the filmmaking world, America has spent decades as the center of the industry, with Hollywood long considered the home of cinema and the box office market seen as the most important in the world. In recent years, however, the tide has begun to change.
to Eric Eisenberg 2015-03-03
The Hunger Games 3 Honest Trailer Points Out All The Little Problems With The Film
Are you the world's biggest fan of The Hunger Games franchise and can't stand it when people criticize the films in the series? Well, you may want to turn away now, as the most recent title, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 is about to be seriously hated on in this video
to Eric Eisenberg 2015-03-03
Next Avengers: Age Of Ultron Trailer To Drop This Week
It looks like we’re just a few days away from another montage of Marvel madness with a new Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer. In what is becoming a tradition with the ABC network, a new teaser for the upcoming team-up mega-movie will serve as the proverbial carrot that will be dangled in front of the heads of potential viewers when the trailer premieres in the middle of the new drama, American Crime.
to Joseph Baxter 2015-03-03
This Gritty James Bond Bootleg Short Is Slick, Stylish And NSFW
One week after making headlines across the internet for his bootleg short Power/Rangers, Adi Shankar has released another short unauthorized film, this time featuring Agent 007. Check out the gritty Sean Connery-era James Bond in the below slick and stylish animated short James Bond: In Service Of Nothing.
to William Fanelli 2015-03-03
An Awful Side Effect Of Having Too Many Blockbusters
According to one analyst, it seems that the size dominance of the industry's current wide-releases are starting to create an unworkable scenario for small and mid-size films to do viable business.
to Joseph Baxter 2015-03-03
Why Hawkeye Doesn't Trust The New Characters In Avengers: Age Of Ultron
During his time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye has been presented as a rather gruff character. So what happens when a personality like that is introduced to some new, odd characters like Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch and Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s Quicksilver? The answer is a lot of skepticism and concern.
to Eric Eisenberg 2015-03-03
Why Ultron Will Be The Most Interesting Marvel Villain Since Loki
Both individually and as a unit, the members of The Avengers have faced down many terrifying threats thrown at them – but this summer will see them square off against an enemy unlike any they’ve ever come across. The Age of Ultron is almost here – and if Chris Evans can be believed, then the robotic menace will be one of the most fascinating villains we’ve seen so far in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
to Eric Eisenberg 2015-03-03
Hugh Jackman's Prep Work For Chappie Led Him To Some Real And Terrifying Inventions
In preparation for Chappie, Hugh Jackman researched all he could about the insane technology that real-life scientists are developing. And as he says, “It kinda blew my mind.”
to Nick Romano 2015-03-03
The Spider-Man Director Search Might Not Be Over
Yesterday’s report that Cabin in the Woods helmer Drew Goddard would both be writing and directing the new solo Spider-Man movie for the MCU set fire to the rain of fanboy nation. However, new information reveals that the search for the new Spider-Man director is far from over.
to Nick Romano 2015-03-03
An X-Men And Avengers Crossover? Here's What Hugh Jackman Says
The recent landmark deal between Sony Pictures and Marvel that will see Spider-Man joining The Avengers on the big screen has officially opened a door that previously appeared permanently secured by lock and key. Hugh Jackman recently weighed in on the subject, discussing his thoughts on an X-Men/Avengers crossover and his thoughts may surprise you.
to William Fanelli 2015-03-03
Read Zachary Quinto's Heartfelt Tribute To Leonard Nimoy
Zachary Quinto gives a touching tribute to the late Leonard Nimoy, reflecting on a paternal friendship dynamic that almost mirrored what we saw between the two Spocks on the big screen. See just how profound of an impact in real life the "old Spock" had on the "young Spock."
to Joseph Baxter 2015-03-03
The One Thing About Captain America Chris Evans Insisted Be In Avengers 2
With three Marvel Studios films under his belt, there are few people in the world that understand Captain America quite like Chris Evans. But while the actor has taken ownership of the superhero role that has made him a global superstar, going into The Avengers: Age of Ultron he only had one request for writer/director Joss Whedon.
to Eric Eisenberg 2015-03-03
Clue Ending Explained: Why There Are 3 Endings And What Happens In Each
Like its classic board game inspiration, Clue is a careful scramble. It’s a fast-talking typhoon of belligerent chaos that upon further review, is a well-oiled, well-balanced photograph. It blends shit jokes, social musings and singing telegrams into one of the most intelligent, childish and unruly cult classics ever produced.
to Mack Rawden 2015-03-03
Why Hawkeye Isn't A Team Player In The Avengers: Age Of Ultron
The very first moment we meet Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye in The Avengers, we really start to learn everything we need to know about him. Claiming to see better from a distance, he sets himself up as a bit of a loner and detached from all the action and people that he is monitoring on the floor below him. The truth is, Hawkeye isn’t really much of a team player, and that element plays an interesting element in The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
to Eric Eisenberg 2015-03-03
Who Built The Fifty Shades Playroom? SNL Knows In This Clever Video
Ever since seeing Fifty Shades of Grey, first-time BDSM voyeurs moviegoers were plagued with loads of questions. Most importantly, who the hell actually built his notorious playroom? SNL attempts to answer that question in a hilarious sketch that got cut from Dakota Johnson’s hosting episode.
to Nick Romano 2015-03-03
Why Terrence Howard Totally Bombed At The Oscars, According To Terrence Howard
You might think it’s easy to get up in front of hundreds of the top actors and filmmakers in Hollywood and present an award at the Oscars, but so did Terrence Howard. The star of the hit series Empire saw how everyone who came before him on this year’s Oscar night were reading the prompter and putting their own hilarious spins on it.
to Nick Romano 2015-03-03
Kinky Batman Makes Fifty Shades Of Grey So Much Cooler
Bruce Wayne leads a double life. By day, he’s a well-respected billionaire playboy who heads up Wayne Enterprises and attends lavish parties with ballerinas as his dates. At night, the mask goes on and he dives into a world of depraved acts and his “playroom” full of bits and bobs that would make Anastasia Steele blush. And, no, we’re not talking about him being the Caped Crusader.
to Nick Romano 2015-03-03
The Brewster's Millions Remake Just Took A Huge Step Forward
It looks like it's time for Brewster's Millions to strike it rich at the box office once again. As if that wasn't exciting enough, we have information on who's directing the ten eleventh film adaptation of this classic novel.
to Mike Reyes 2015-03-02
The Rock May Have Turned Down A Major Superhero Role
Dwayne Johnson's upcoming performance as Black Adam marks his first in a line of comic book film appearances he'll presumably be making. But did you know about the role he supposedly turned down from the DC camp?
to Mike Reyes 2015-03-02
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