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Connected universes are all the rage right now in Hollywood, and 20th Century Fox and their X-Men are borrowing a page from Star Wars for their superhero world.
Rooney Mara has admitted that there is more than enough of the story left to explore for a Pan 2, but whether or not audiences want that remains to be seen?
If there's one man who knows every single mistake you can make in Hollywood, it's Robert Downey Jr. And he's been explaining to John Boyega how to avoid all of the antics that he previously embraced.
We’ve heard a lot about X-Men: Apocalypse, but had yet to learn about the movie’s storyline…until now, as an official synopsis has been released into the world.
While it may be a while until Marvel announces what their movies in 2020 are, these are just some of the projects we’d like to see on the big screen for Phase Four.
Keanu Reeves stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! this week for quite the throwback. The actor joined host of the talk show to partake in a mock trailer for an upcoming film seemingly inspired by Reeves’ Speed films along with the Fast & Furious franchise.
When news hit that Eddie Murphy may make a raunchy, foul-mouthed movie, people got pretty excited. However, before you get too stoked, you might want to pump the brakes a bit.
Back during the Telluride Film Festival, Danny Boyle billed the screening of Steve Jobs as a “work in progress.” The filmmaker told press that he was still tweaking bits of the film, though the specifics were unclear at the time. During the press junket for Steve Jobs a couple weeks back, Cinema Blend sat down with Boyle, and he discussed the changes more in-depth, as well as their overall purpose.
Ridley Scott's space adventure The Martian has a wicked sense of humor, and that is on full display in this deleted clip as Matt Damon uses scientific equipment inappropriately and insults his fellow crew members.
Thanks to a new announcement from Marvel, take a look at the biggest changes we can expect from Phase Three starting in 2018 and even some hints about what’s in store after 2019.
For now, how do you feel about having to wait so long for the movies in our favorite Pixar franchises? Are you glad they are taking their time to get them right? Or would you rather John Lasseter, Brad Bird and the creative minds at Pixar ramp up production so we could revisit these beloved worlds sooner?
The Goosebumps film is based on the award-winning children's horror series. And now, the movie's star Jack Black has helped the film's theme song by adding his goofy voice to the rap and playing gloriously along in the accompanying video.
In the script and during production of Avengers 2 there were machinations in the works that almost saw Captain Marvel introduced as one of the new members of the team - but those plans were scrapped. This development disappointed some fans, but one person who isn’t upset is Meg LeFauve.
In the making of their new movie, The Good Dinosaur, the folks at Pixar have utilized many classic dinosaur designs, but what may surprise you is that some of the beasts will actually have radically new looks.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has big plans for the coming years. To keep it all straight, we've laid out the next few years worth of Marvel Studios films, which encompass the remainder of Phase 2 and the officially announced Phase 3 lineup.
Back in the summer of 2013, it was reported that director Bob Peterson was being removed from The Good Dinosaur. Exactly what went down behind the scenes wasn’t entirely clear, but now we’ve learned the reason.
One downside to Marvel having its Phase 3 plans on the table for all to see is that when the studio wants to make changes, it has to become headline news. For example, Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) wasn’t supposed to have a second movie on the docket for some time…
Screen Junkies dissects the animated classic in a way only 23 years of hindsight can provide as Aladdin is the latest film served up perfectly as part of the outlet's Honest Trailers web series.
Aside from the five core characters, it’s difficult to gage who will be back for Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2. As we inch closer to the start if production, it seems as though one major character will be joining the intergalactic band of superhero misfits: The Collector.
Steve Jobs is not your typical biopic. In fact, it’s not a biopic at all, according to screenwriter Aaron Sorkin. The spitfire wordsmith behind The Newsroom, The West Wing, and The Social Network sat down with Cinema Blend to chat about his take on the late Apple co-founder.