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Cabin Fever Is Getting Remade Under These Bizarre Circumstances
You may not have noticed unless you're a true horror geek, but in the last decade Eli Roth's Cabin Fever has actually developed into its own franchise. Rather than moving forward, however, it now seems that the series is taking a step backwards, as it has been announced that the Eli Roth original is getting remade - but with an extra special twist.
sdcc2014 Eric Eisenberg 2014-10-20
Why James Cameron Is Done Caring About Terminator
James Cameron is well and truly finished even remotely being concerned with the Terminator franchise. For the time being at least. The legendary director is still hopeful that the upcoming addition to the series, Terminator: Genisys, will be fun, but he has declared that the franchise simply isn’t his problem anymore.
sdcc2014 Gregory Wakeman 2014-10-20
Melissa McCarthy Might Not Be A Guarantee For Ghostbusters
It's not hard to see how simple logic would lead a person to believe that Melissa McCarthy will star in the upcoming Ghostbusters reboot. But while it makes all the sense in the world that McCarthy would be joining the cast, nothing has been made official at this point.
sdcc2014 Eric Eisenberg 2014-10-20
Michael Myers Will Return In A Halloween Sequel, Get The Details
If we've learned anything from the Halloween franchise, it's that Michael Myers just won't die. That appears to hold true for the long-running horror series as well, as yet another chapter in the saga is in the works and should be coming to a theater near you in the coming years.
sdcc2014 Eric Eisenberg 2014-10-20
Judge Reinhold Doesn't Even Look Like The Same Person In His New Movie
Judge Reinhold has undergone a huge transformation in order to play former basketball coach Don Meyer in the upcoming sports biopic, My Many Sons. Meyer was famously bald, and for his performance Reinhold decided that in order to do the man justice by shaving off all of his blonde locks for his portrayal. As you can see above, the result is that he looks remarkably different.
sdcc2014 Gregory Wakeman 2014-10-20
10 Characters Who Need Their Own Spin-Off Movies
Ever wanted to see a second banana become top dog? Read through our list to see which of your favorites we've suggested for that very honor!
sdcc2014 Mike Reyes 2014-10-20
Guardians Of The Galaxy Is Selling The Most Fitting Merchandise Possible
If you're like me (by which I mean weird and far too geeky for your own good), then you probably walked out of James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy this summer not only wanting to listen to the soundtrack over and over, but to get it on cassette tape. For those of you who felt this way, I have some pretty kick-ass news.
sdcc2014 Eric Eisenberg 2014-10-20
This Hilarious Groot Moment Guardians Of The Galaxy Cut
Part of me understands why James Gunn and others behind the scenes would think that there’s only so much that you can do with Groot. He only says a few words – mostly, “I am Groot.”
sdcc2014 Sean O'Connell 2014-10-20
The Reason Fantastic Four Is Refusing To Show Any Footage Yet
The Fantastic Four reboot is a pretty crucial project for the folks over at 20th Century Fox. Right now the X-Men franchise is on a very good path, but if the studio really wants to expand their in-house comic book movie world, then that means Fantastic Four needs to work with both critics and audiences.
sdcc2014 Eric Eisenberg 2014-10-20
A Nightmare On Elm Street Was Inspired By This Horrific True Story
People forget how terrifying the original Nightmare on Elm Street actually was. Because over the years, Freddy became more of a huckster, or a punchline, and the Elm Street sequels went for laughs as much as they went for scares. Now’s a good time to go back and revisit Wes Craven’s film, to remember why it became a classic in the first place.
sdcc2014 Sean O'Connell 2014-10-20
Avengers: Age Of Ultron Setting A New Record At Marvel Studios In This Category
The Avengers: Age of Ultron is still seven months away from hitting theaters, but the blockbuster sequel has already broken new ground. Captain America: The Winter Soldier featured 2500 visual effects (VFX) shots, while Guardians of the Galaxy kicked it up a notch with 2750 VFX shots, but Age of Ultron is set to blow these two out of the water with even more.
sdcc2014 Adam Holmes 2014-10-20
How Terminator: Genisys Will Explain Arnold Schwarzenegger Being Really, Really Old
Arnold Schwarzenegger's involvement with Termniator: Genisys is pleasing to the fans on a surface level, but what does this mean for the story? Look no further than James Cameron for the intriguing explanation.
sdcc2014 Mike Reyes 2014-10-20
Meet Moana, The Title Character For A Brand New Disney Animated Movie
Walt Disney Studios is riding the wave of the success of Frozen with a new animated adventure about another fearless teen heroine. Her name--and the name of her movie--is Moana. And she's got an incredible team behind her big screen birth.
sdcc2014 Kristy Puchko 2014-10-20
My Little Pony Is Getting Its Own Movie, Here Are The Details
Considering the widespread success of its latest incarnation Friendship is Magic, it's shocking it's taken this long, but My Little Pony is finally getting a feature film.
sdcc2014 Kristy Puchko 2014-10-20
5 Things Everyone Should Know About Doctor Strange, The Character
There’s been a lot of buzz on the Internet over the 2016 Doctor Strange movie. Casting rumors have gone wild, and with Sinister director Scott Derrickson at the helm, the movie’s tone is sure to be bizarre. However, unlike characters like Captain America and Hulk, Doctor Strange isn’t that well known. Who is this mysterious magic user and why should we care that he’s getting his own movie? Click ahead to learn all about the Sorcerer Supreme, and you’ll learn why this is the most anticipated movie for many Marvel Cinematic Universe fans.
sdcc2014 Adam Holmes 2014-10-20
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