BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
As the box office heats up, a slew of winter favorites are finally heading to DVD and Blu-ray, and while we’re a little early to catch stuff like Batman V Superman, there are a ton of critically acclaimed movies and big box office releases that are out this month.
Spoiler Warning: The following article contains spoilers for Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. If you haven’t yet had the opportunity to see the film, and still wish to go in knowing nothing, we recommend clicking away to another one of our wonderful articles.
Coen brothers, Nicholas Sparks and zombies couldn't stand up to the Dragon Warrior and his panda compatriots this weekend as Kung Fu Panda 3 held the top spot for a second weekend in a row.
The new film Pride and Prejudice and Zombies features a large number of sequences where hordes of the undead rush in to get a helping of brains, but it’s really not an overly gore-y film. Sure, characters get dismembered and torn apart, but there isn’t anything near as graphic as anything you’d see on any given episode of The Walking Dead.
If you need proof that the movie calendar is starting to get more eclectic in all of the months in the year, then you need look no further than the crop of films Hollywood has coming your way this weekend. How many times are we going to see the Coen brothers face off against Nicholas Sparks and period drama spliced with horror?
Before he moved behind the camera to make movies like Igby Goes Down and the upcoming Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Burr Steers was actually an actor in Hollywood… and there’s a very good chance you vividly remember one of his scenes.
A new year means a new list of horror movies that we're beyond stoked to finally get to see. Here is a list of 15 of the scariest, goriest, most terrifying movies that will give us nightmares in 2016.
After three weeks, the movie has managed to continue to hold on to the top spot on the charts… but that just makes us wonder what movie will be the one that eventually knocks the blockbuster off its pedestal.
A new trailer for Pride and Prejudice and Zombies brings gore, romance, and all sorts of fun. Check it out.
The first trailer for Pride And Prejudice And Zombies has been released and you're going to want to stop everything and watch it immediately.
When you’re stuck in a Jane Austen novel and zombies are coming at you from every angle, you don’t have time to figure out what’s what. This was particularly true for Lily James.
The folks over at Fandango surveyed more than 1,000 movie fans and polled them on which stars and films they’re most anticipating to see grace the screen in 2015. Naturally, Star Wars, Avengers and Hunger Games topped the film categories, and the actor lists were very much a reflection of this ranking.
Two prominent cast members from Game of Thrones will be slaying zombies in Burr Steers' upcoming adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith's novel Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. My advice for the zombies? Don't go to any weddings.
With a fuddy-duddy yet bizarrely sexy style, English actor Matt Smith won hearts worldwide as the Eleventh Doctor on the long-running and much loved science fiction series Doctor Who. But with his run as the Doctor wrapped, Smith is turning to a new bit of revisionist storytelling with Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
Remember when Pride and Prejudice and Zombies was going to be a film directed by David O. Russell and starring Natalie Portman? If you don't, I can't blame you; that was all the way back in December of 2009. The project has experienced many ups and devastating downs in the years since, with multiple directors signing on and then dropping it.But this is a film that, like its titular monsters, just won't die - so of course it's just signed on three actors to play the leads.
Four years have passed since Hollywood first made public its intentions of seeing the parody novel Pride and Prejudice and Zombies turned into a movie. Now, at long last it seems this genre mash-up of horror and romance is finally making its way to shooting.
For those unfamiliar with Grahame-Smith's novel, the story is a twist on Jane Austen's classic story, pitting all of the great literary characters against a zombie apocalypse. While the film was originally set up at Lionsgate, it will now be financed by Panorama, which plans on selling the project at Cannes.
While Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter didn’t exactly light up the box office or critics’ eyes – though its worldwide gross of $116 million made it profitable – it hasn’t taken away the popularity of Seth Grahame-Smith’s novel, nor that of his first novel, the bestselling mash-up that birthed a sub-genre, Pride, Prejudice and Zombies
Before Tim Burton made Johnny Depp his go-to leading man, his recurring star was '80s everyman Michael Keaton. Together the pair made two darkly fun Batman movies, and the delightfully demented poltergeist comedy Beetlejuice in which Keaton famously played the eponymous "ghost with the most." Keaton's game goofiness and aloof appeal easily made him a fan favorite.
I think it's officially time to give up on Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. It was fine when Natalie Portman decided she didn't want to star. It was fine when David O. Russell decided he didn't want to direct. It was fine when Russell's replacement, Mike White, decided he didn't want to direct either. But now it looks like the project has lost it's third director and I think it's time to just give it up.