It was all the way back in the first half of June when Harrison Ford had a bit of an accident on-board the Millennium Falcon while shooting Star Wars: Episode VII. Thanks to a malfunctioning hydraulic door, the legendary actor broke his foot, and reports said that he would possibly be off his feet for as many as eight weeks. This was very obviously bad news for the cast and crew of the upcoming sci-fi epic - but the good news is that Ford is now on the mend.
We've been reporting plenty on Into The Woods and the incredible cast that Disney has assembled for the live-action movie musical. Now, after months of having to repost that one mediocre picture of Meryl Streep looking like a retired Bellatrix Lestrange, we finally have an avalanche of new images!
While every Marvel Studios film has been released in 3D since Kenneth Branagh’s Thor back in 2011, the reality that it’s probably the weakest area of the company’s track record. None of the movies have ever been filmed in native stereoscope, and even though post-conversion has improved greatly over the last few years, Marvel’s features have never really looked that great with an added dimension. But that’s not stopping them from trying.
There seems to be some disagreement as to what angle the film will pursue. Originally the talk was centered on bringing the character and the legend back to its roots. But when Muschetti pitched a more horror-specific angle, suddenly Universal opted for a more family-friendly “four-quadrant blockbuster” angle.
Steve Carell will produce and star in Brooklyn Family Robinson, a family adventure comedy penned by David Reynolds, writer of the beloved Pixar classic Finding Nemo.
The thriller made its world premiere at this year’s Outfest, the annual Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival, where Hoffman took home the Grand Jury Prize for Best Actress. It’s not every day a horror performance takes an honor at a non-horror festival.
Tyson has somehow reinvented himself in the public eye, though this movie would no doubt cover a lot of the darker portions of Tyson's life. He was physically and sexually abusive towards the women in his life, he consistently injured fellow boxers in the ring, and was generally the scariest dude in the world.
Of course, as the trailers have teased, Groot doesn't have a whole lot to say other than "I am Groot." Nonetheless, Vin Diesel took it upon himself to learn how to say his characters catchphrase in Brazilian Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese, French, Russian and Latin American Spanish to better be a part of Guardians of the Galaxy's impending world domination.
That last stat is the most telling, as Marvel likely was facing an uphill battle in promoting this movie because it wasn’t populated with household names like The Hulk or Spider-Man. This means that Marvel’s promotional duties on behalf of Guardians of the Galaxy have been top notch.
This is the text you're reading in the time you could be watching the latest trailer for Interstellar. If you need another reason to click the link and watch this trailer, might we suggest Anne Hathaway and Matthew McConaughey crying?
Also returning is Steve Coogan's Octavius and Owen Wilson's Jedediah – sadly, both actors didn't sign the Goodwill Sequel contract that suggests you avoid being humiliated due to your devotion to a franchise. As such, they receive a monkey golden shower.
Or maybe it's something more. If Warner Bros. is serious about establishing their own superhero universe, they'll have to have a lynchpin, and it need not be one character. Batman and Superman are clearly the most visible heroes in DC's cinematic world thus far, but in the comics they hold down the foundations of the superhero world alongside Wonder Woman.
Will there be another end-credits sequence for Guardians of the Galaxy? Will the Internet ruin it before the movie opens on Thursday night? Probably, to both.
If you thought the Harry Potter buzz was starting to fizzle out, you'd be wrong. In fact, J.K. Rowling's beloved book series and the films that followed seem to be experiencing a resurgence of interest lately, likely due at least in part to the attention generated by the expansion of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Orlando...
Muppets Most Wanted was a quick and breezy film experience that brought laughs as quickly as it did cameos. But what if the two most infamous Muppets from the classic series were let into the editing room to tell the story they wanted to tell?