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We spend a fair amount of time wondering how long we'd survive in harrowing movies. According to a simulator, Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence wouldn't last very long in the arena of the movie franchise in which she stars.
The release of the new comedy, which is set 30+ years after the original and finds the young characters as grown-ups, got us thinking: what are some other 1980s titles that could potentially benefit from further continuity expansion? We picked out nine choices, so read on to find out what they are!
Edgar Wright planned The World’s End to be the conclusion of his Cornetto Trilogy with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, so continuing this story wasn’t in the cards. Pegg, meanwhile, is crazy busy with Star Trek Beyond, which he’s co-writing and co-starring in. Could it happen eventually? Of course, but it seems like wishful thinking at the moment.
The Transformers franchise is a box-office powerhouse, having collectively made billions. Yet, it’s a different story when it comes to deep narratives that stand the test of time. Thus, the studio has corralled a number of prominent writers from the world of television with designs to ensure that this insanely profitable IP continues its world-wrecking ways at the box-office.
Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman will pit the Dark Knight against the Man of Steel, but just as important is the film’s subtitle. Dawn of Justice points to the impending two-part Justice League, and Snyder came out to explain how each of the DC installments are influencing his Justice League.
As with many of Cruise’s movies, though, Edge did better overseas, banking a robust $369M internationally. That’s sequel money, particularly of the star and his director and screenwriter can get on board.
All signs seem to be pointing to Space Jam 2. With a new deal struck between Warner Bros. and LeBron James, both are better positioned than ever to make this a reality. James’s latest teaser-y update on the matter gives fans more hope.
Many are wondering whether stricter security measures, specifically metal detectors, will be put into place in movie theaters across the country to better prevent further shootings. According to insiders, this is not likely to happen, though they believe there are other, better measures that should be taken.
The 33 opens in theaters on November 13, just in time for the family to check it out over the Thanksgiving weekend. Will you check it out?
Tom Holland will make his first appearance in the MCU as Spider-Man with the coming of Captain America: Civil War before branching out on his own in a standalone Spider-Man movie. Jon Watts is the man helming the solo outing for the web-slinger, and as he says Holland will be bringing a new spin on the hero that we’ve never seen before.
While Fantastic Four has been one of the more quietly sold films of the year, this new video makes up for lost time. Get to know the newest superheroes on the block as you read on!
13 Hours marks Michael Bay's return to historical biopics. Can he stick the landing, or is it Pearl Harbor all over agan? You can decide for yourself, after the jump.
Making a disaster film set on Mount Everest probably sounded like a great idea on paper. The problem is, though, when it became time to turn that script into a reality, the cast and crew involved knew that they would have to confront the elements head on to truly bring the tale to life.
While many sources have reported that Star Trek’s Chris Pine has been up for a role in the growing DC Cinematic Universe, it hasn’t clear exactly which role was leaning towards. Now, it seem as though the rumors and decisions can be put to rest, as it looks like Chris Pine will play Steve Trevor in the Wonder Woman movie.
When it is announced that classic films are going to be remade, a ripple of disgust often soon follows from purists. This can sometimes be understandable. But it shouldn’t be the case with the news that Nosferatu is going to get redone.
These are the movies that we believe will continue to make headlines through the lengthy awards season, the movies that you – as an avid patron of cinema – need to keep on your radar. I’m listing these alphabetically, but know that on a list of my 10 most anticipated movie playing Toronto this year, all ten of these are tied for No. 1.
Director Rupert Wyatt's Gambit movie may be in serious trouble now that it's been revealed that Channing Tatum could possibly leave the project. Whether or not he goes, however, the film will continue, and that means adding to the cast. Apparently while dealing with the Tatum situation, Fox is working to cast the movie's female lead, and it appears that Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol star Lea Seydoux is a candidate for the part.
When 20th Century Fox first announced that they would be making a Gambit movie, it was largely driven by the presence of Channing Tatum - who has been campaigning for the lead role in the project for a while now. Unfortunately, it now looks as though it might all be crumbling apart, as new reports are saying that the actor is making plans to leave the production.
This past weekend, Rachel McAdams confirmed that she has indeed had talks with Marvel Studios about a potential role in Scott Derrickson's upcoming Doctor Strange... but what has remained a mystery has been the exact part for which she has been rumored.
We can debate the greatest movie ever for as long as we want, but a magazine recently polled a bunch of actors and when they compiled their list, there were some surprising choices to be found.