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While most of the characters in Rogen and Goldberg’s This Is The End find a way to get raptured and taken off to heaven, that was not the fate that wound up being orchestrated for James Franco. Instead, a plan to "sacrifice" himself in the third act of the movie goes horribly awry, and he winds up getting eaten by Danny McBride and his team of cannibals.
Following word that Netflix was set to debut their first original movie in the form of a Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon followup, the streaming video service has announced that they're set to make four original feature films with Adam Sandler.
If you're waiting for Zack Snyder's Justice League, you're going to have to wait until 2017. But if you're a fan of DC's Animated Universe, you're in luck!
Noah was one of the most divisive films of the year. In fact, the reason that it depicted a prophet led several countries, including Qatar, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia and Indonesia, to ban the biblical blockbuster from being released.
Guardians Of The Galaxy almost didn’t feature Rocket Raccoon. Co-writer Nicole Perlman has revealed that one of the greatest cinematic travesties in recent memory was almost committed because Marvel believed that the character would just be too cartoonish to feature.
"I'm sure we'll ride that thing. You've got to surf that all the way in to shore," Robert Downey Jr. recently said in an interview.
Indiana Jones 5 is apparently finally going to happen, after several years of false starts, bogus rumors and alleged new casting announcements. And it looks like it's cinematographer Janusz Kaminski we have to thank for having a part in revealing that production on the fifth installment to the beloved franchise could soon become a reality.
With J.J. Abrams at the helm, we all expect that Star Wars: Episode VII will be jam-packed with references to the original trilogy – even beyond the fact that every member of the main cast is coming back. That fact only makes this fresh rumor more believable.
We fully expect that J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: Episode VII will begin in the traditional way, complete with the sound of John Williams’ brilliant score and yellow text scrolling across the screen, but everything that happens after that point is a complete mystery to fans thanks to the production’s strict secrecy. Now a new report has painted an interesting picture of what we can expect from the opening scene of the new Star Wars movie.
An interview with Star Wars legend, Alex Guinness, from over 35 years ago has revealed that the film’s producers actually screwed him out of a deal that was worth millions upon millions of dollars. Guinness was originally offered 2% of the George Lucas’ royalties from the film, but when he offered a bevy of improvements to the film Lucas decided to give him 0.50% more. But when he spoke to producers they insisted it was only 0.25%. The sneaky sods.
Bryan Singer's X-Men: Apocalypse will be starting production next year, which means that the next few months are going to be packed with all kinds of casting rumors. Surely the movie will introduce characters we've never seen before on the big screen, but one interesting twist coming is that the film will also be looking for young versions of Cyclops, Jean Gray and Storm.
Film festivals are often where the buzz for Oscar season begins. And at the 52nd New York Film Festival, buzz on the Best Actress race is brewing around Two Days, One Night thanks to Marion Cotillard. The French Academy Award winner earned her first Oscar in 2008 for the Edith Piaf biopic La Vie en Rose, which offered the mesmerizing actress the opportunity dig into histrionics.
Of course, for most, Fast 7 will be an opportunity to say one last goodbye to the late Paul Walker. But as Diesel reminds us in this photo, shared courtesy of #TorettoTuesday, the franchise has always been – and always will be – about the cars as much as it is about the people.
All the way back in early 2013, Mark Hamill pitched what he would like to see from Luke Skywalker in J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII. The actor suggested that that the Jedi could move into the "Obi-Wan range [as] an influential character" who plays an important role while making way for the younger generation. If new rumors are to be then it looks like star may actually be getting his wish.
"I think the Ant-Man could beat the Hulk," said Corey Stoll. "He could shrink down and go up his nose, and you know, crush his brain. How is the Hulk gonna beat the Ant-Man? He'd be chasing him around.”