BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Well this sounds promising. Some might even say it is Super. Little by little, details are squeaking out regarding the highly anticipated The Justice League: Part 1.
The Rocky franchise is the more aptly named than possibly any other in the history of cinema. The first one was nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards, while some others are terrible. Some people claim there are problems with Rocky IV, though we don't see it that way.
Prepare to get excited for the Evel Knievel biopic, because The Departed's Martin Scorsese and William Monahan are allegedly circling it.
While the DC Extended Universe appears to be firing on all cylinders with Batman v Superman, Suicide Squad, and Wonder Woman, Aquaman is apparently not as far along as we thought.
An updated list of all of the scheduled arrivals to Netflix's streaming service for both TV and movies.
Trailer’s like the new one for Terrence Malick’s new film, Knight of Cups, is difficult to describe. Esoteric and without clear context, this is something that the enigmatic director makes a habit of.
The first trailer for Barbershop: The Next Cut has been released, and it mixes familiar faces, a bunch of new additions, the style of humor your familiar with, and some more serious concerns.
Speculation has been rampant on who Peter Quill’s father will be in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, but now the identity of this mysterious individual may have finally come out.
Everything from the food they eat to the clothes they wear are chosen so that they can help tell the story about who a character is without having to waste precious time, and now we know a little more about the Joker's new car in Suicide Squad.
Disney and J.J. Abrams are working hard to keep all things Star Wars: The Force Awakens under wraps, though thanks to a recent interview, we now know how the movie begins...sort of.
David Spade and Chris Farley, spun their success on Saturday Night Live into a feature film as a comedy duo, but one celebrity encounter resulted in the two friends coming to blows.
The final unviewed awards contenders are starting to screen, giving Oscar analysts the full picture as 2015 draws to a close. And while The Hateful Eight and Joy remain mysteries, Alejandro Inarritu’s The Revenant finally screened at The Academy on Monday night, and reactions flooded social media almost instantly. So, will this be an Oscar contender?
It’s common for movie studios to downplay their box office numbers if they’re not sure it’s going to do as well as expected. Analysts, here a word meaning “people who stare at numbers all day until their vision gets foggy” predict one number, then the studio comes out and says “oh it may not do quite that well.”
While Tom Holland's casting as the new face of the Spider-Man franchise may have surprised some, it surely didn't surprise his In The Heart Of The Sea co-star Chris Hemsworth. Read on to see what convinced him to back Holland for the role.
When you’ve known each other as long as Chewbacca and Han Solo have there are bound to be some problems. The personal differences came to a head last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
I think the one thing we all can agree on is that restarting The Fantastic Four would be a terrible idea. Much like Spider-Man, we don’t need a third iteration of the familiar characters on screen again. Something about these characters is very hard to crack on screen.
An Inconvenient Truth 2 anyone? We might need it, if the production nightmares from three big ticket prestige pictures are a sign of the coming trials of movie making. Read on to see just what Hollywood is going through when it comes to playing in the snow.
Chris Hemsworth obviously doesn't think he's busy enough starring in the Marvel and Hunstman franchises, because he's eyeing up the lead in the latest Alan Quatermain film.
If you thought two films from one book was ridiculous, you should see how much money the recent industry practice has yielded, especially in the case of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay.
James Bond himself would have been impressed with how cold and callous Barbara Broccoli and Michael Wilson's sacking of Pierce Brosnan was.