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Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens should be showing the world just what it's made of any day now. In fact, some people have already seen the teaser, and have reported that the villain looks a bit familiar to old fans.
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller have been talking about 23 Jump Street. And while they have admitted that it is currently in development, they are still a little cagey about it actually making it to the big screen.
Riding the dark coat tails of Disney's smashing success Maleficent comes Cinderella, a live-action retelling of one of the world's most beloved fairy tales. And after months of teasing, Disney is finally giving us a rich look at this promising adventure with a new trailer.
By the start of this third Hunger Games installment, Finnick has twice survived the deadly games put on by the Capitol to keep the Districts in line. For the first time since his reaping, he's out of the spotlight of President Snow, and it makes for a character that Sam Claflin compares to Marilyn Monroe.
If you think the Marvel Cinematic Universe had exclusive rights to Chris Pratt-styled comic book heroes, you were wrong. The man who made Star-Lord the most lusted after movie character of the summer is now attach to a totally bonkers adaptation coming from Universal.
This week, you can head back to college with 22 Jump Street or check out some wild tornadoes in Into The Storm.
On the face of it, Alien 3 should have been a pretty great movie. The first two films from the franchise were spectacular; it had a director at its helm that would go on to be one of the best of the modern era, it was written by the legendary Walter Hill, and it was packed to the brim with stellar acting talent. But in the end it was just downright turgid. And Charles Dance thinks he has figured out why.
With six features spread out over 30 years, Sylvester Stallone's Rocky Balboa has had plenty of time in the spotlight, so while the franchise is ready to expand once more, it won't be doing so with the Italian Stallion as its lead. Instead, a new spinoff is in the works and will be titled Creed, with starring duties falling to the young, talented Michael B. Jordan.
Poor Mae Whitman. Not only did the Bluth family in Arrested Development roundly dismiss her as an odious toad, but she has now taken the titular role as the ugly fat friend in The DUFF. The first trailer for the comedy has now been released and it actually shows signs of potential.
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Ladies and gentlemen it is time once again to heap praise on the internet for perfectly mashing together two movies that have pretty much got nothing in common. Except for the word "Fox." Take a gander below at the first, and probably last, trailer for The Fantastic Mr. Foxcatcher.
Guardians of the Galaxy 2 may expand on the cosmic side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2017, but donít expect it to be one big set-up for the Avengers: Infinity War films. This ragtag group of misfits will be off doing their own thing.
With X-Men: Apocalypse gearing up to start production next year, it was only a matter of time before we started hearing casting rumors - and today is the day that kicks it all off. To start, it seems that the franchise is first focusing in on finding actors to play young Jean Grey and Cyclops in the film - and if new rumors are to be believed, then they are looking at some very talented individuals.
In the wake of The Little Mermaid's 25th anniversary, Screen Junkies has gone ahead and given the beloved Disney animated classic the Honest Trailer treatment. "But what could anyone find wrong with The Little Mermaid," you ask. This video answers.
Itís now becoming harder and harder to keep track of Aaron Sorkinís Steve Jobs biopic. Both Leonardo DiCaprio and Christian Bale have pulled out of playing the titular character and now Aaron Sorkin has teased that the biopic will actually be as much about Steve Jobsí daughter, Lisa Brennan-Jobs, as much as it will revolve around the Apple Icon.
There are many great dads in the world, but few can say that they became a superhero to surprise their child. Thatís exactly what United Kingdom citizen Mike Wilson did for his son Jayden, who is suffering from a Grade Four Stem brain tumor. Donning the costume of Jaydenís favorite superhero, Spider-Man, Mike set up a GoPro camera outside their house to catch Jaydenís reaction as Marvelís esteemed Wall-Crawler greeted him with a happy fifth birthday. Check it out!
So the rumor that caught fire last week was that two time Academy Award winner Christoph Waltz has signed on for a mysterious role in Bond 24. So naturally, people think that his role is that of the film's latest villain. Waltz made his first great impression as an antagonist, and a brilliant one at that. This just makes us think that if Waltz is going to be a baddie in the Bond franchise, he's probably going to be the greatest baddie of all: Ernst Stavro Blofeld.
In order to help introduce and reintroduce audiences to the cast of characters in Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, 20th Century Fox has revealed a set of brand new posters in promotion of the film. Unfortunately, while the images are rather cute, theyíre paired with some facepalm-worthy taglines.
The British Board of Film Classification has labeled the supposed family affair with a PG classification, stating it includes ďdangerous behaviour, mild threat, innuendo, [and] infrequent mild bad language.Ē As if that wasnít enough, the Daily Mail adds that the BBFC found ďmild sex referencesĒ in the movie, leading to the Parental Guidance rating.
The Lazarus Missions were the first Hail Mary in humanity's hope for the future in Interstellar. Now you can read more into that program's greatest success that never was.
He is Groot. And a proclamation of this is just about all the towering sentient tree from the summer's hit Guardians of the Galaxy can say. But it's worth noting he has said it in a slew of different languages. Take a peak of Groot gone global below:
Forget Batman or his many nefarious foes. Forget the entirety of the X-Men, and the whole of the Justice League. Actually, scrap DC and Marvel altogether.
Fox can do the movie a huge favor by releasing a trailer with some footage. Because then we have something to actually discuss pertaining to Fantastic Four, as opposed to all of this speculation.
Moviegoers know Hugh Jackman best from his recurring role as Wolverine in the ongoing X-Men franchise. But the burly leading man has a soft spot for musicals, that he's mostly been tapping into on Broadway. However, Jackman is soon to bring his musical chops back to the big screen with a biopic full of songs and dance numbers.
You grew up with them. They were the center of slumber parties and the grade school equivalent of water cooler conversations. Now Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark is being adapted by one of Hollywood's hottest screenwriters.