BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
There’s a lot of movement on the charts this week. Following the Golden Globes and the SAG nominations, I feel comfortable letting films that hung on as Longshots fall by the way side.
Jon Favreau’s upcoming big budget Disney film, The Jungle Book has just released its first official concept art photo featuring Mowgli and Bagheera the panther.
Twenty-two years is a lot of time for a film to make itself into a holiday staple, and The Muppet Christmas Carol has done just that in exactly that span of time. So why do they continue to omit one of its most important songs?
If Marvel were to strike a deal with Sony over sharing Spider-Man on film, they already have plans in mind for the new and improved Spidey. First order of business: get rid of Andrew Garfield and start fresh!
Cool news from the Sony hack! It looks like there will be a Mario Bros. movie happening.
Everyone has been hush-hush on these Spider-Man developments, because they spring from leaked emails and we don’t know yet what type of deals remain on the table. So let’s talk about the possibility of Raimi returning to the franchise he helped launch many years ago.
With the upcoming X-Men: Age of Apocalypse film set to introduce younger versions of some of the original X-Men characters, speculation on the casting of Storm has been up in the air.
During their conversations with Sony, Captain America: The Winter Soldier co-directors Joe and Anthony Russo confirm that they are, indeed, directing the two-part The Avengers: Infinity War. What does that mean for Joss Whedon?
The thing that I love about this current run of James Bond films is that Daniel Craig and his producers (and now Sam Mendes, who has become a guiding voice) don’t feel beholden to “top” the latest entry – leading to a series of escalatingly silly effects and sequences.
It looks like the age of social media and video streaming is costing movie theaters some of their usual attendees.
As promised, the full trailer for the Divergent sequel, Insurgent has arrived, and it's overflowing with action. Check it out...
It looks as though we now know what Darren Aronofksy will be working on next. The renowned director is set to direct a biopic of the man who is suspected to be the most prolific serial killer in American history.
On the heels of the news story that The LEGO Movie co-directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller are contemplating an animated Spider-Man movie comes news that two other powerhouse comic-book titans almost produced a Web-slinging movie.
The story seems to have sparked after Sony execs, in emails that have leaked, referred to Hart as a “whore” because he asked to get paid for a promotional Tweet.
Sir Ridley Scott is one of the most influential filmmakers of all time. But what are his 10 greatest ever movies? Here's a list to provoke a furious debate on the topic.
Dreamworks Animation has recently dealt with two other release date moves, and now is looking into a third one. It pains us to say this, but you Kung Fu Panda fans are going to have to wait a little longer for Po's next big adventure.
We've seen quite a few supercuts in our time, but this latest one we've discovered just might be one of the coolest we've ever seen. Take a look for yourself below.
Meryl Streep will most definitely go down as one of Hollywood's most legendary actresses. The average person doesn't have enough fingers and toes to count the number of outstanding performances she has on her resume, and she has the hardware to prove it. But just because she exists at an exalted status at this point in her career doesn't mean that she is above getting advice.
Amy Schumer, creator, writer, and star of the comedy series, Inside Amy Schumer will host the upcoming awards show from Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on April 12, 2015 at 9 p.m.
As more Marvel movies are released, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is moving closer to the climactic battle with Thanos in the Avengers: Infinity War films. Many fans have suspected that his could mean a team-up between Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and the Guardians of the Galaxy. After all, Thanos did pop up in James Gunn's film this summer.
Now that Robert Orci has officially bowed out of directing Star Trek 3, there is a great deal of speculation in the air regarding who will be directing instead. Though Edgar Wright has been said to be on the shortlist of directors, Twitter has been campaigning hard with the hashtag #BringInRiker in efforts to get Star Trek alum Jonathan Frakes in the Star Trek 3 director’s chair.
Director John Lee Hancock has created an interesting niche for himself in Hollywood, regularly finding projects that bring true stories to life. In recent years he has done so with films like The Blind Side and Saving Mr. Banks, but now he's preparing to tell the origin story of the biggest fast food chain in the world.
The beauty of Spectre, so far, is that the cast added to Sam Mendes ensemble is top shelf, and even if we have to deal with a little bit of overcrowding, then tone of the Daniel Craig-era Bond films has been (outside of Quantum of Solace) in tune.
While there is truly nothing like seeing a movie up on the big screen, the sad truth is that movie theaters typically aren't the most comfortable places in the world. Fortunately, IKEA has come up with a theater design that changes all of that forever. Sadly, at this time the only way you can take advantage of it is if you live in Russia.
The one and only Simon Pegg has been signed on to play the ultimate villain, the Devil, in a new horror-comedy, The Gathering.