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It was a weekend dominated by holiday sequels, and although they had a decent turn out, there wasn't much room for holiday cheers by franchise box office standards.
Thus far, no director who has worked for Marvel Studios has been a part of multiple franchises - but that doesn't mean that it's an impossibility. After all, director James Gunn has revealed other projects he would be interested in making within the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe.
A couple of weeks ago, an Indiegogo campaign popped up for the short film Portal to Hell!!! that would pit wrestling legend “Rowdy” Roddy Piper against the otherworldly elder god Cthulhu. And even though that campaign isn't over yet, the short is already getting expanded upon.
When we first get to know who Liam Neeson's Bryan Mills really is in Pierre Morel's Taken, it's basically because he's delivering his resume over the phone to a bunch of kidnappers. Well, with Taken 3 on the horizon, 20th Century Fox has taken it to the next level by actually giving Bryan Mills his own LinkedIn profile.
The villain of villains, Dr. Evil stopped by Saturday Night Live last night to give a lesson to North Korea and Sony on the true meaning of evil.
Leave it to the porn industry to jump on some free publicity in the wake of a chaotic scandal. Hustler Video, the American pornographic film studio has just announced the production for an adult-parody of The Interview.
Mark Zuckerberg actually tried to stop The Social Network from being made years ago because he found it to be hurtful and untrue.
After President Obama criticized their decision to pull The Interview, Sony has issued a statement that claims the film is not gone for good, and there still we be opportunity for it to be seen.
Watch as Dave Bautista, Drax the Destroyer floats through the air doing his hilarious Tinkerbell impression.
Last week it was reported that if Marvel obtained creative control of the Spider-Man film franchise, they would replace Andrew Garfield as the titular character. This prospect has angered many fans to the point that they’re now taken action using this Internet tool.
Jon Favreau has previously stated that he does not want to completely replicate the animated Jungle Book, he has promised that Bill Murray will sing Baloo’s famous song.
Jonah Hill and James Franco show off their dramatic chops in the first trailer for their intriguing thriller, True Story.
When Sony decided to pull The Interview, Clooney took action, and asked the heads of studios and important people in the film industry to sign a petition uniting them in an agreement to stand strong against the hackers.
Peter Jackson's The Hobbit is releasing. He's celebrating by calling out other directors for using too much CG.
The billion-dollar franchise is back in action and moving forward on a new Alvin and the Chipmunks movie.
Warner Bros. and DC have allegedly hired six writers to write six different versions of Wonder Woman. Stupid? Or inspired?
Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart will finally work together in a witty and hysterical movie that works to satirize some of the serious social issues occurring today.
Do you like Star Wars? What about Christmas? If you answered yes to both then click inside to see the greatest video of all time.
The whole situation is, quite possibly, the most insane thing to happen in the history of Hollywood. That’s not an exaggeration. People have been murdered. People have been blackmailed. There have been orgies, affairs and mob ties.
This is the last time that we will see the brilliant, gifted and hysterical comedian on screen. And the way that the fates converged, he is given an incredibly touching send off, a cinematic farewell that fans of all ages will appreciate this holiday season, and beyond.
The video is a culmination of a fundraising effort J.J. Abrams started months ago to drive awareness and funds to UNICEF. Those who contributed were competing to earn a walk-on part in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Out of all of the critics against Sony's handling of The Interview, very few could rage against the treatment of the film while riding a dragon. George R.R. Martin is one such person, and you've got to read what he says inside!
Sony's decision to drop The Interview's Christmas Day release date is one that has sent shockwaves running throughout the entertainment world, with untold costs waiting to be incurred by said decision. At least, those costs were untold until now.
With the release of Transformers: Age of Extinction this past summer, the giant fighting robot franchise did a bit of rebooting work. While it wasn't overall job, audiences did say goodbye to the likes of Shia LaBeouf, Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson and others as new human characters played by Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, and Jack Reynor were introduced.
The Suicide Squad has appeared in a variety of media, such as Justice League Unlimited, Batman: Assault on Arkham and Arrow, but this will be their first theatrical appearance. Here’s our handy guide on everything you need to know about the film, from its basic premise to all the major players. Read on to get the details!