Ethan Hawke May Play Doctor Strange, Because Dreams Do Come True
This isn’t THAT far-fetched, if only because Marvel has hired director Scott Derrickson to helm its Doctor Strange movie, and Ethan Hawke collaborated with the director on Sinister back in 2012.
to Sean O'Connell 2014-10-01
The Exodus: Gods And Kings Trailer Gives Us Plagues, Epic Special Effects And The Wrath Of God
Locusts. Frogs. Fire and brimstone. A screaming Christian Bale, trying to out-Heston the greatest on-screen Moses the industry has ever seen. And we get a towering Red Sea, ready to crash down on all who dare part it.
to Sean O'Connell 2014-10-01
Ben Affleck Playfully Confirms His Full-Frontal Nudity In Gone Girl
Ben Affleck says this is all par for the course with the story David Fincher wanted to tell in Gone Girl. The actor says that his director planned to make a “warts and all movie. It can have no vanity. You have to see the naked underbelly of this character.”
to Sean O'Connell 2014-10-01
Doctor Strange Might Not Have A Star, But Now It Has A Plan
Marvel’s Doctor Strange continues to move forward at a snail’s pace, but at the very least it is moving forward. We still don’t know who is staring as Dr. Steven Vincent Strange, but now it’s been revealed that the blockbuster will be filmed at Pinewood Studios’ Shepperton Studios just outside of London, England.
to Gregory Wakeman 2014-09-30
This John Wick Trailer Is A Good Reminder That Keanu Reeves Is An Ass Kicker
The final trailer for John Wick has walloped onto the internet and it all but confirms that Keanu Reeves is back! When Reeves’ Wick, a former hitman, is pursued by an old pal who has been contracted by a crime boss to kill him, he decides to come out of retirement for revenge. And then when they kill Wick’s dog all hell really breaks loose. Reeves will be joined by Willem Dafoe, Ian McShane, Alfie Allen, John Leguizamo, and Jason Isaacs for the action extravaganza.
to Gregory Wakeman 2014-09-30
The Trailer For Horrible Bosses 2 Is Here, Offers Sex Addictions And Hilarity
With their Horrible Bosses no longer causing them any trouble, what can a sequel possibly throw Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis’ way that will cause them grief? Well, according to the trailer, which you can watch in all of its glory above, Horrible Bosses 2 will include sex addiction, car chases, kidnapping and poorly named shower devices. Oh, and laughs. Lots and lots and lots of laughs.
to Gregory Wakeman 2014-09-30
Here's How Saw And Its Fans Plan To Celebrate The Film's 10th Anniversary
A new trailer and poster have been released to mark the 10th anniversary of Saw. James Wan’s iconic 2004 horror film saw Tobin Bell’s Jigsaw Killer chain Cary Elwes’ Lawrence and Leigh Whannell’s Adam into a dilapidated industrial bathroom and then explain that one of them has to kill the other in order to escape. Despite its cult status, Saw also helped to kick-start one of the worst movie franchises in history, as well as the term “torture porn.”
to Gregory Wakeman 2014-09-30
This Week In Home Entertainment: Transformers 4, Chef And More
This week isn’t a huge week for releases, but that's because not a lot of releases want to compete with Transformers: Age of Extinction. Find out about some of this week's best releases, here.
to Jessica Rawden 2014-09-30
Zombieland 2 Is Actually Happening, Here's The Latest
It’s been close to five years since Zombieland saw Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin’s zombie-hunters prowl across the Southern states trying to find a new home. Most people assumed that a long-touted sequel would never materialize, but now Sony Pictures have surprisingly announced several details that suggest they’re taking a potential follow-up very seriously.
to Gregory Wakeman 2014-09-30
This Is Why The Old Fantastic Four Movies Failed, According To Miles Teller
Yet another franchise has incurred the wrath of Miles Teller. But before you go calling him, “the next Shia LaBoeuf,” you should read the tough love he's giving the Fantastic Four franchise.
to Mike Reyes 2014-09-30
What Happened To Election's Tracy Flick, According To Reese Witherspoon
Reese Witherspoon proved that she was one of Hollywood’s most promising young talents with her stupendous turn as the devilishly ambitious Tracy Flick in Alexander Payne’s 1999 drama-comedy, Election. But what does she think would have happened to Flick if her story had continued? Well, it turns out, Witherspoon actually has a pretty good idea of where her character might have ended up.
to Gregory Wakeman 2014-09-30
Ben Affleck's Son Doesn’t Want To Hear The Batman Voice, He Only Wants To Hear This
If Ben Affleck were my dad, I would be pretty damn stoked that he is playing Batman in Zack Snyder's upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. After all, we're not only talking about one of the most legendary superheroes of all time, but one of the greatest, most badass fictional characters ever made. I'm sure that there are many fans out there who would agree with me 100% on this, but Ben Affleck's real two-year-old son is not among them.
to Eric Eisenberg 2014-09-30
Two Different Films Probably Want Emma Watson To Play The Exact Same Role
It looks as though Emma Watson has got some serious thinking to do. While the Harry Potter actress is currently attached to star in Warner Bros.’ troubled Beauty and the Beast adaptation, the fact that Steven Chbosky has signed up to scribe Disney’s own planned reworking of the classic fairy-tale now creates the interesting possibility that she could wind up moving to the competing project.
to Gregory Wakeman 2014-09-30
How Hugh Jackman Almost Severed His Own Penis On The X-Men Set
Hugh Jackman has talked extensively before about how playing Wolverine in both the X-Men and the solo movies has cost him a lot of delicious, unhealthy meals, but apparently, on the set of Days Of Future Past it almost cost him a whole lot more. Specifically, it almost cost him his penis.
to Mack Rawden 2014-09-30
Metropolis Is Going To Look A Lot Like This American City In Batman v Superman
Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice is set to return to the old stomping grounds of both Man of Steel and Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight movies to turn one of the Midwest's great cities into Metropolis for four or five days in early November.
to Gregory Wakeman 2014-09-30
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