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Floating lights, a house of comic books, and a menacing tree sound like good fits for a 3D conversion, right? Read on to see how surprising the Poltergeist conversion actually is.
Work is well underway on the set of Captain America: Civil War. The news has been coming quickly and quite a bit is going on. One super hero however has had some time to relax before going to work.
As proverbial pools of water ripple with tremors from the imminently approaching assault of Jurassic World, the towering terror anticipated from the now-mythical Indominus Rex continues to reach epic proportions. This time, a new TV clip ominously juxtaposes her evil egg emergence with the carnivorous carnage sheíll inevitably unleash on unprepared park dwellers.
Arnie vs Arnie? Kudos, Terminator: Genisys. Kudos.
Fantastic Four actually has a prime late-summer release date. Set for August 7, it will contend with Marvelís Ant-Man, but other films have capitalized on early August dates, so thereís hope. Look for it on August 7, when the team finally assembles.
Cameron Crowe's Aloha is running into problems with native Hawaiians who wonder why more of them weren't cast in the film.
Dwayne Johnson has proven himself as quite the renaissance man.
Earlier this year it was teased by writer Steven Knight that the upcoming World War Z 2 would potentially not start up right at the end of the first movie, leaving some to question whether or not Brad Pitt would be returning to star in the sequel in addition to serving as a producer. Well, if new reports can be believed, it looks like we will be seeing the return of Gerry Lane in part two.
Collecting both my own observations, as well as fantastic details revealed to me in one-on-one interviews I did with both Bird and Lindlof, below youíll find a list of five Easter Eggs to be on to be on the look-out for in Tomorrowland.
Thereís a tech mogul in China with quite a lot of gold-pressed latinum to spend who can honestly say (to a certain extent,) that he shows up to work on board the U.S.S. Enterprise. To elaborate, this extremely wealthy individual would spend $160 million USD to show his Trekkie colors by creating an actual architectural tribute replicating the famous Star Trek flagship!
Chris Pratt is probably the one actor in Hollywood that weíd all like to share a drink with. He just looks like a fun man. However it appears as though the Guardians Of The Galaxy and Jurassic World star canít actually handle his liquor all that well, because the video below shows him trying to explain how to act while drunk, and he makes no sense.
With a new Guardians and other new characters coming in Guardians of the Galaxy 2,the question is which lucky few will be chosen to appear in Marvelís 2017 sequel. Here the people you should keep an eye out for.
Disney has been on a roll as of late transforming their best-known animated properties into live-action adaptations. Now the studio is jumping into Peter Pan territory, as new reports are saying that Reese Witherspoon has been hired to headline a new Tinkerbell movie that will go simply by the name Tink.
Every once in a while, something comes along to highlight the ludicrousness of the logic behind Hollywood casting habits. It seems that Maggie Gyllenhaal recently experienced such a moment when the 37 year-old Oscar-nominated actress was told she was too old to play the love interest of a 55 year-old man.
A sequel to 2012's Project X has been ordered, and its title is really predictable.
Netflix has revealed the select titles that will be seeing their time on the streaming service come to an end next month, and sadly itís a list that includes some pretty fantastic movies. Check our collection of must-watch features below, and see how many of them you can get time for before they disappear!
French provocateur Gaspar Noe has never been one to shy away from showing sex, and the latest poster for his new movie Love is certainly NSFW.
There's going to be a new face on the team in Guardians of the Galaxy 2, and casting for the new role has already started, kind of.
This was a big year for the comic book genre on television. Series like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Arrow further developed their fan-favorite characters, and both Flash and Gotham gave audiences something new and different for audiences to watch each week.
A new British study could give the film industry an added incentive to make 3D movies: increased brain power!