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Tradition dictates that Ed Helms would be recast as Rusty Griswold should Warner Bros. move ahead with yet another Vacation movie. If this does in deed happen, however, Helms wouldnít be too happy.
Since 2012, a Prometheus sequel has been something that's been talked about, but that we were never sure was going to happen. But that's changed and now we know when Prometheus 2 is going to start production.
Fantastic Four opens in theaters on August 7. You will believe that a man covered in flames can fly.
A couple days ago, Amy Schumer responded to an open letter calling for her to tackle the issue of gun violence after the tragic Lafayette theater shooting. She tweeted ďIím on it. Youíll see.Ē Now, weíve learned what she had up her sleeve.
How many times, exactly, can the Jurassic Park franchise return to an island, especially after the vision for the park was fulfilled and failed? Thankfully, Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow teases plans for a sequel beyond the island.
Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation may be full of surprising reveals and twisted plots, but there's one character lurking in the shadows who we were supposed to get much more of.
This clip primarily is the footage that 20th Century Fox used to open the Deadpool portion of the San Diego Comic-Con panel. Only, instead of talk of the trailer dropping, in the moments after the pipe falls out of Ryan Reynoldsí mouth, it was (if I remember correctly), a toss to an introduction of the cast.
Even Kingsman: The Secret Service, one of the most entertaining movies of the past year, is not without faults. The job of this new video is to dissect the film and pinpoint everything that didnít make sense, was just plain silly, or was too close of a Fifty Shades reference.
Anticipation for Star Wars: The Force Awakens reaches new heights with each passing day. While itís difficult to patient, thatís exactly what Simon Pegg is urging us all to do.
When it was released last summer, James Gunnís Guardians of the Galaxy filled us with a lot of emotions. Certainly chief among them was exhilaration, as the movie is incredibly action-packed and fun, but audiences also got doses of empathy/heartbreak (especially during the sequences with Chris Prattís Peter Quill and his mother), and even a bit of perplexity.
While most weeks this summer have featured just one or two wide releases arriving in theaters, thatís not the case this time, as we have a big slate of movies hitting the screen this week.
Robin Hood: Origins is a gritty new take on the legend of the outlaw who robs from the rich and gives to the poor, and the production has its eye on some of the hottest up and coming talent in the industry for the lead.
Simon Pegg is a big nerd, especially when it comes to Star Wars. We know he has a small role in the upcoming The Force Awakens, and he was recently asked to rank the six existing movies and give an explanation.
It's been more than a decade since we last saw that adorable little mouse Stuart Little on the big screen, but if that's your jam, we have good news, Stuart Little is getting remade.
If you think Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk" was everywhere, you're right. But one enterprising movie fan to clips from 280 of your favorite movies and recreated the song. The results are fantastic.
Despite the negativity surrounding Paul Feigís upcoming female-fronted Ghostbusters, it wonít holding the team back from using their ghost-busting powers for good. When the women get in gear, they can do anything-- including bringing smiles to a group of children at a hospital.
Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, a solid summer action flick, debuted at number one while making one of the stronger openings for the franchise.
Youíre all on notice. Donít mess with Psylocke. Olivia Munn will be playing the mutant in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse. Psylocke is also a trained martial artist and weíve got an inside look at the skills Munn is acquiring to do the role justice.
At first it looks like it might be a trailer for a Stephen Hawking documentary.But then you notice somethingís just not right. Itís not a movie about obtaining scientific knowledge. Itís about stupid people.
The casting process for films is often more art than science. Jake Gyllenhaal has, at various times, been considered for the roles of both Batman and Spider-Man and, while he ended up not getting either big role, his feels are understandable.