Top Movie News for October 13, 2015
Actor Steve Zahn (Diary of a Wimpy Kid) has joined the cast of War for the Planet of the Apes. He will play one of the titular primates in the film.War for the Planet of the Apes cast includes Andy Serkis, who will reprise the role of Caesar, Gabriel Chavarria (“East Los High”) and Woody Harrelson (“True Detective,” Zombieland).“I know that part of the desire for Matt [Reeves] to do this next movie is about continuing the enjoyment of seeing these apes evolve.
- Deadline: Steve Zahn Suiting Up As Simian In ‘War For The Planet Of The Apes’
- Variety: Steve Zahn Joins ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’
- We Got This Covered: Steve Zahn Boards War Of The Planet Of The Apes As New Simian
- Dread Central: Steve Zahn Enlists in the War of the Planet of the Apes
- Dark Horizons: Steve Zahn Joins "War of the Planet of the Apes"
- Horror-Movies.ca: Steve Zahn Joins ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ as an Ape
- Entertainment Weekly: Steve Zahn joins 'War for the Planet of the Apes'
- Comic Book Movie: Steve Zahn Cast As A New Ape In WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES
- JoBlo: Steve Zahn just became an ape for WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES
- SlashFilm: ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ Enlists Steve Zahn
- ScreenRant: War of the Planet of the Apes: Steve Zahn to Play New Ape
- Screen Crush: 'War for the Planet of the Apes' Adds Steve Zahn to the Ape-Team
- Empire Magazine: Steve Zahn Will Fight War For The Planet Of The Apes
- MovieWeb: 'Planet of the Apes 3' Adds Steve Zahn as a War Ape
- Hollywood Reporter: Steve Zahn Cast in Latest 'Planet of the Apes'
- AintItCool: WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE Steve Zahn!
- The Wrap: Steve Zahn to Play New Ape in Next ‘Planet of the Apes’ Movie
Quentin Tarantino’s filmmaking career has been marked by films that would be described as anything but conventional. Pulp Fiction, for instance, was one movie that told three stories. Meanwhile, the director made one-fourth of Four Rooms, one half of Grindhouse, and two different halves of Kill Bill. Tarantino’s next film, The Hateful Eight, is set to arrive this December.
- Variety: Quentin Tarantino Says He Cut a Different Version of ‘The Hateful Eight’ (EXCLUSIVE)
- IndieWire: Quentin Tarantino Extending 'The Hateful Eight' 70mm Roadshow By 6 Minutes
- The Playlist: Quentin Tarantino Says 70mm 'The Hateful Eight' Will Be Longer Than Digital Version
- SlashFilm: Quentin Tarantino Has Cut Two Different Versions of ‘The Hateful Eight’
- Badass Digest: Quentin Tarantino Finds The Future Of Theatrical Exhibition In The Past
- Cinema Blend: Quentin Tarantino Will Have Two Versions Of The Hateful Eight In Theaters
- Screen Crush: Quentin Tarantino's 'The Hateful Eight' In 70mm Will Be Longer Than Digital Version
- Empire Magazine: Quentin Tarantino Has Two Different Cuts Of The Hateful Eight
- MovieWeb: 'Hateful Eight' 70mm Version Is Longer Than Multiplex Cut
- Thompson on Hollywood: Tarantino Talks 'The Hateful Eight,' 'The Big Valley' and Pauline Kael with Bret Easton Ellis
- Hollywood Reporter: Quentin Tarantino to Black Critics: My Race Is Irrelevant
- AintItCool: 70mm version of HATEFUL EIGHT to run 12 minutes longer!
- Vulture: There Are Two Different Versions of Quentin Tarantino's Hateful Eight
- JoBlo: Tarantino will have two different versions of The Hateful Eight
- FirstShowing.net: Tarantino Clarifies Roadshow Details for 'The Hateful Eight' Release
- Dark Horizons: Two Cuts Of Tarantino's "Hateful Eight"
It looks like Steven Spielberg is really committed to directing the adaptation of Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One — for better or worse. The iconic filmmaker is just now gearing up to head into production on the project, and while he doesn’t have much to offer at the moment, he has revealed a couple of things we should expect as well as at least one thing we shouldn’t. Continue reading…
- Cinema Blend: Steven Spielberg Already Cutting Something Big Out Of Ready Player One
- ScreenRant: Ready Player One: Steven Spielberg Calls the Movie a ‘Crystal Ball’
- SlashFilm: ‘Ready Player One’ Director Steven Spielberg May Leave Out the References to His Own ’80s Films
- Entertainment Weekly: Steven Spielberg won't reference his own movies in 'Ready Player One'
- Latino Review: Steven Spielberg on ‘Ready Player One’ Movie
- Empire Magazine: Steven Spielberg Is De-Spielberging Ready Player One
- Dark Horizons: Spielberg Talks "Ready Player One," Indy 5
- Digital Spy: Steven Spielberg hints that Harrison Ford is already on board for Indiana Jones 5
- Screen Crush: Steven Spielberg Hints at a Fifth 'Indiana Jones'
- The Playlist: Steven Spielberg Says He'll Make 'Indiana Jones 5' With Harrison Ford
- The Playlist: The 25 Best Performances In Steven Spielberg Movies
- Bleeding Cool: Is Steven Spielberg Still Considering A Fifth Indiana Jones Film?
- SlashFilm: Steven Spielberg: “I’ll Probably Do Indiana Jones 5 With Harrison Ford”
- Latino Review: Indiana Jones will Be "Five for Harrison," Says Steven Spielberg
Remakes have become a staple among Hollywood studios over the last decade. An optimist would say they allow filmmakers to try new and interesting things with beloved properties, while a cynic would likely tell you that they cheapen iconic pieces of cinema.
- Vulture: Escape From New York Remake in the Works From Luther Creator
- AintItCool: The Creator of LUTHER is Writing the ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK Remake
- JoBlo: Escape From New York remake lands Luther creator to write screenplay
- Entertainment Weekly: 'Luther' creator writing 'Escape from New York' remake
- MovieWeb: 'Escape from New York' Remake to Be Written by 'Luther' Creator
- Screen Crush: 'Escape From New York' Remake Still Happening, Hires 'Luther' Creator Neil Cross
- Dark Horizons: "Luther" Creator Pens "Escape From New York"
- Horror-Movies.ca: ‘Mama’ Writer to Script ‘Escape from New York’ Remake
- Entertainment Weekly: 'Luthor' creator writing 'Escape from New York' remake
- Dread Central: Escape from New York Remake Finds Writer
- SlashFilm: ‘Escape from New York’ Remake is Still Alive; Has Found New Writer
- Empire Magazine: Luther's Neil Cross Writing Latest Escape From New York Draft
A new mythology-fantasy series is coming to MTV. Based on the best-selling fantasy novels by Terry Brooks, The Shannara Chronicles is a mix of Hunger Games, Divergent, Maze Runner, and Lord of the Rings. The first trailer debuted at New York Comic-Con, and now it's online.
- IndieWire: Watch: 6 Highlights from David Duchovny and Chris Carter's 'The X-Files' Revival Panel at NYCC
- Dark Horizons: "X-Files" Revival Animated Teaser, NYCC Talk
- Bleeding Cool: NYCC ’15: The Cast Of NBC’s Blindspot Celebrate Extra Episodes; Talk Upcoming Events
- Bleeding Cool: NYCC ’15: Marvel’s Daredevil Sizzle Reel / Season 2 Teaser
- Bleeding Cool: NYCC ’15: The Gotham Sizzle Reel From The Warner Bros TV Panel
- MovieWeb: New 'Star Wars 7' Characters and Books Announced at NYCC
- JoBlo: NYCC TV trailers include W/ Bob & David, Man in the High Castle and more
- Bleeding Cool: NYCC ’15: Toby Whithouse Talks Writing For Doctor Who And His Recent Two-Part Episode
- MovieWeb: Jared Leto Fools Joker Fan with NYCC Disguise
- Bleeding Cool: NYCC ’15: Stars Brandon Routh, Arthur Darvill and Ciara Renee Preview DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow
- Bleeding Cool: NYCC ’15: Trailer For The New SyFy series The Magicians
On October 16th, visionary director Guillermo del Toro will unveil his latest piece of gothic craftsmanship, CRIMSON PEAK, a supernatural thriller the director has been working on for a little under a decade. Featuring dilapidated manors, tortured spirits, dark aristocratic secrets and a general sense of "old dark house" unease, the film feels like all of del Toro's creepiest fantasies... Read More...
- MTV Movies Blog: ‘Crimson Peak’ Star Tom Hiddleston Has An Awesome Reason For Believing In Ghosts
- Cinema Blend: Jessica Chastain Wants To Play A Bond Villain, Because Dreams Do Come True
- Cinema Blend: Crimson Peak Embraces A Taboo Topic, But It's Not What You Think
- We Got This Covered: Tom Hiddleston Talks More About Possible Return As Loki In Thor: Ragnarok
- Dark Horizons: Jessica Chastain Keen To Play A Bond Villain
- Digital Spy: Jessica Chastain is almost unrecognisable on this stunning W magazine cover
- Fandango Movie Blog: EXCLUSIVE: 'Crimson Peak' Original Artwork
- Fandango Movie Blog: Influencer: Get to Know ‘Crimson Peak’ Director Guillermo del Toro
- Entertainment Weekly: Jessica Chastain wants to play a Bond villain
- Comic Book Movie: When's The Last Time Tom Hiddleston Spoke To Anyone At Marvel?
- Comic Book Movie: Jessica Chastain Still Has Her Heart Set On Becoming A BOND Villain
Say hello to The Punisher and ElektraThis past weekend, attendees at the New York Comic-Con got to see a sizzle reel that included quick flashes of footage from the second season of Marvel and Netflix’s Daredevil. The streaming service has now put that reel online, so take a look below.Season 1 was awesome. Watch the @Daredevil #NYCC sizzle... Season 2 looks epic!
- Dark Horizons: First "Daredevil" Season 2 Trailer Online
- Deadline: Daredevil Season 2 Trailer: Punisher Goes “Bang” After NY Comic Con Peek Leaks
- Vulture: Daredevil Season-2 Teaser: Elektra and Punisher’s First Appearance
- Badass Digest: Get A Tiny Glimpse Of Elektra And The Punisher In This DAREDEVIL Season Two Teaser
- We Got This Covered: It Sounds Like This Captain America And Daredevil Villain Is Coming To Jessica Jones
- AintItCool: Netflix’s Season-Two Teaser For Marvel’s DAREDEVIL!!
- The Playlist: Watch: Punisher And Elektra Teased In First Trailer For 'Daredevil' Season 2
- SlashFilm: First ‘Daredevil’ Season 2 Promo Teases the Punisher and Elektra
- Latino Review: Trailer for 'Daredevil: Season 2' Gives You a Quick Look at The Punisher and Elektra
- SlashFilm: Superhero Bits: Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl
Nick Cassavetes is in the frameAs announced a month or so ago MGM is developing a new version of the Patrick Swayze action classic Road House, retooled to star UFC fighter-turned actor Ronda Rousey. Now that project also has a writer/director. Nick Cassavetes will be sweeping up the eyeballs at the Double Deuce.Son of John, brother of Xan, Cassavetes has a long CV as an actor (he even played himself in Entourage, as did Rousey in the movie), but also has eight credits to his name behind the camera, with several other projects in the works.
- Variety: Nick Cassavetes to Write, Direct Ronda Rousey’s ‘Road House’ (EXCLUSIVE)
- Dark Horizons: Cassavetes To Helm Rousey's "Road House"
- Hollywood Reporter: Ronda Rousey's 'Road House' Remake Finds Director
- AintItCool: The ROAD HOUSE remake gets a director whose name isn't Rob Cohen!
- JoBlo: Nick Cassavetes writing/directing Ronda Rousey Road House remake
- The Wrap: Ronda Rousey’s ‘Road House’ Remake Recruits a Writer-Director
- SlashFilm: ‘Road House’ Remake Starring Ronda Rousey Gets ‘The Notebook’ Director
- Entertainment Weekly: Ronda Rousey's 'Road House' reboot finds its director
- MovieWeb: Ronda Rousey's 'Road House' Remake Gets 'The Notebook' Director
- Screen Crush: Ronda Rousey's 'Road House' Remake Taps…The Director of 'The Notebook'?
To call Charlize Theron‘s Imperator Furiosa a scene-stealer in Mad Max: Fury Road wouldn’t be fair to her performance. Although both Max (Tom Hardy) and Furiosa find hope and redemption, Fury Road is really more of Furiosa’s story than the road warrior’s. The character was a huge hit with fans and general audiences, and yet, there may be no Furiosa in the Mad Max sequel. Learn more after the jump. Director George Miller is currently speaking with Warner Bros.
- Dark Horizons: Furiosa Won't Return In Next "Mad Max"?
- MovieWeb: Charlize Theron's Furiosa Won't Return in 'Mad Max 5'
- Dread Central: Mad Max Sequel to Ride Off Without Furiosa!
- Entertainment Weekly: George Miller says Furiosa won't be a major aspect of 'Mad Max' sequel
- ScreenRant: Mad Max: George Miller On Furiosa’s Role in the Fury Road Sequels
- Film School Rejects: Why It’s Okay That Furiosa Won’t Be In The Mad Max Sequels
- JoBlo: Charlize Theron's Furiosa will not have a leading role in the next Mad Max
- Total Film: Furiosa unlikely to appear in Mad Max: Fury Road sequel
- Empire Magazine: Mad Max: Fury Road Spoiler Special Podcast Featuring George Miller
"All of you that have never been listened to before… you now have something that stands for you!" Netflix has debuted one final trailer for Cary Fukunaga's masterpiece Beasts of No Nation, a helluva film that is going to make a mark when it hits theaters this weekend. I love this film (read my review from the Telluride Film Festival), it's phenomenally well-made and features incredible performances, and a brutal but honest story that we don't often hear about.
- We Got This Covered: Final Beasts Of No Nation Trailer Showcases The Horrors Of War
- The Playlist: Watch: Final Trailer For Cary Joji Fukunaga's 'Beasts Of No Nation' Brings Forth Horror Of War
- Entertainment Weekly: See the final trailer for Netflix's 'Beasts of No Nation'
- SlashFilm: Cary Fukunaga’s ‘Beasts of No Nation’ Gets One Last Heartbreaking Trailer
- Latino Review: New Trailer Hits for Cary Fukunaga's 'Beasts of No Nation'
- The Playlist: Review: Cary Joji Fukunaga's Immersive And Profoundly Moving 'Beasts Of No Nation'
- Cinema Blend: Fantastic Beasts Finds Its Stand-In For 1920s New York City
- USA Today: 'Beasts' explores Idris Elba's authoritative side
- MTV Movies Blog: 17 ‘Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them’ Questions We Need Answered Right Now
Breaking Bad star, Bryan Cranston has said he's keen to play a superhero, with the X-Men villain, Mr. Sinister at the top of his list...
- Digital Spy: Bryan Cranston reveals the Marvel Comics bad guy he'd like to play is X-Men villain Mister Sinister
- Moviefone: Bryan Cranston Wants to Play This Marvel Villain
- Comic Book Movie: FAN ART: BREAKING BAD Star Bryan Cranston As X-MEN Villian MISTER SINISTER
- Dark Horizons: Cranston Wants To Play X-Men's Mr. Sinister
- Cinema Blend: What Bryan Cranston Would Look Like As Mister Sinister
- Fandango Movie Blog: News Briefs: Hey Marvel, Bryan Cranston Wants to Be Your Next Villain
- MTV Movies Blog: This Should Absolutely Be The Next Big Bad X-Men Villain After ‘Apocalypse’
- Cinema Blend: Why X-Men: Apocalypse May Be The Most Emotional Movie In The Series
Good news everyone! Thor 3 just sky-rocketed to be the most anticipated comic book film after this recent report came out of Joblo where the website has revealed that one green goliath is going to stand side-by-side with the warrior Asgardian.
- The Playlist: Rumor: Mark Ruffalo's Hulk Will Return For 'Thor: Ragnarok'
- Dark Horizons: The Hulk To Be A Part Of "Thor: Ragnarok"?
- Digital Spy: Hulk smash! Mark Ruffalo is apparently coming back as Bruce Banner for Thor: Ragnarok
- JoBlo: Exclusive: Mark Ruffalo's Hulk will return in Thor: Ragnarok
- Screen Crush: Hulk Will Reportedly Return to Co-Star in Marvel's 'Thor: Ragnarok'
- Comic Book Movie: 'THE HULK' Rumored To Smash Into THOR: RAGNAROK
- Bleeding Cool: Will Thor: Ragnarok Feature The Hulk?
- Empire Magazine: Mark Ruffalo's Hulk Rumoured For Thor: Ragnarok
It sounds as though Jeff Goldblum will be running with the pack in Wes Andersonâs next movie, a stop-motion animated tale centering on canine characters â at least according to the actor himself. According to a Nerdist report, Goldblum dished about his participation in the movie during a recent...
- Digital Spy: Jeff Goldblum says he'll be starring in Wes Anderson's next animated comedy with Ed Norton and Bryan Cranston
- Screen Crush: Jeff Goldblum, Bryan Cranston and More Join Wes Anderson's Stop-Motion Movie About Dogs
- The Playlist: Jeff Goldblum, Bob Balaban, Edward Norton, And Bryan Cranston To Voice Wes Anderson's Next Movie
- JoBlo: Jeff Goldblum and others join Wes Anderson's new stop-motion animated film
- Dark Horizons: Goldblum, Cranston Join Wes Anderson's Next
- The Wrap: Jeff Goldblum Leaks Cast for Wes Anderson’s Next Animated Movie
- AintItCool: Bryan Cranston joins Wes Anderson's company of actors...well, his voice anyway!
- Digital Spy: Call of Duty: Black Ops 3's Zombies mode goes Hollywood with Jeff Goldblum starring
The Martian and Hotel Transylvania 2 are the first films in almost two months to gross over $100 million domestically, and both made it there on the same weekend. The Martian was again on top, now with $37 million, down only 31.9% compared to last week. That’s a smaller drop than Interstellar‘s 40.4%, but not quite […] Read Box Office: The Martian Repeats While Pan and The Walk Bomb on Filmonic.
- The Playlist: Box Office: ‘Pan’ Is One The Biggest Tentpole Flops Of The Year, ‘Steve Jobs’ Excels In Limited Release
- Variety: China Box Office: ‘Loser’ Beats ‘Lost In Hong Kong’ in Post-Holiday Weekend
- Hollywood Reporter: China Box Office: 'Goodbye Mr. Loser' Wins Week With $100 Million
- Entertainment Weekly: Box Office Flops: 19 Notorious Opening Weekends
- Dark Horizons: Warners To Write Off $130-150M On "Pan"?
- Hollywood Reporter: Warner Bros.' 'Pan' Could Lead to $150 Million Loss
- The Wrap: ‘Pan’ Debacle Could Cost Warner Bros. More Than $115 Million
'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' character Poe Dameron and Kylo Ren are revealed in new images from the Disney Infinity 3.0 play set.
- Digital Spy: A Star Wars: The Force Awakens Play Set is coming to Disney Infinity 3.0
- Screen Crush: 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Finally Makes Its Disney Infinity Debut
- We Got This Covered: EA Details $50 Star Wars Battlefront Season Pass
- Cinema Blend: Star Wars: The Force Awakens Will Introduce Way More New Characters Than We Thought
- Cinema Blend: How Long Star Wars: The Force Awakens May Be
- Digital Spy: Star Wars Battlefront will take you on a droid run in one of three new game modes
- Latino Review: J.J. Abrams Confirms Final Cut for 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'
Bob Odenkirk and David Cross are back togetherBefore they were in shows such as Better Call Saul and Arrested Development, Bob Odenkirk and David Cross were a prime comedy duo, pumping out series such as Mr. Show. They’ve reunited for more sketches in a show for Netflix called W/ Bob & David, and the trailer is below. Attempting to convince the world that they have either been in cryogenic suspension or dishonourably discharged from the Navy SEALS, the pair promises four shows that bring together funny folk that used to populate Mr.
- Chud: ‘W/ Bob and David’ Trailer: A “Completely Original” Show
- Badass Digest: Netflix’s W/ BOB & DAVID Proves Its Worth With This First Trailer
- The Playlist: Watch: 'Mr. Show' Team David Cross And Bob Odenkirk Are Back In New Trailer For Netflix Series 'W/ Bob & David'
- SlashFilm: ‘W/ Bob & David’ Trailer: Netflix Reunites ‘Mr. Show’ Creators Bob Odenkirk and David Cross
- AintItCool: First Trailer For Netflix’s W/BOB & DAVID!!
- Variety: David Bowie Says He’s Never Touring Again
Light as a feather, stiff as â¦
- MovieWeb: Hoverboard Commercial Celebrates 'Back to the Future' 30th Anniversary
- HitFix: Happy 2015: Here's your first Hoverboard commercial
- Digital Spy: Watch Keith Lemon star in Back to the Future tribute titles
- Screen Crush: Mondo Releasing 'Back to the Future' Trilogy Score as Limited Edition Vinyl Box Set
- SlashFilm: Cool Stuff: Mondo ‘Back to the Future’ Vinyl Box Set
- Film School Rejects: This Back to the Future Vinyl Soundtrack Set Has the Power of Love
FX As my good friend and Storm of Spoilers co-host Joanna Robinson wrote earlier today over at Vanity Fair, there’s a lot of thematic mileage in Fargo‘s second season, which debuts tonight on FX. Even though it’s set in the late 1970s, the new story in the anthology series has a lot to say about feminism, the things we bring back from war and the issues of equality that permeate today’s America. For more on that, read Joanna’s piece.
- Thompson on Hollywood: Review Roundup: Expect to See 'Fargo' on Many Top 10 Lists This Year (Except Ours)
- Variety: ATX Fest to Host ‘Fargo’ Screening of Noah Hawley’s Directorial Debut
- Variety: ‘Fargo’ Season 2 Premiere Postmortem: Noah Hawley On the Reboot, Ronald Reagan and UFOs
- IndieWire: Review: 'Fargo' Season 2 Episode 1 'Waiting for Dutch' Shows How Small Crimes Can Cause Big Problems
- Vulture: Fargo Season Two Premiere Recap: Griddle Me This
His Appian Way will produce with Paramount Pictures
- Variety: Leonardo DiCaprio to Produce Movie on Volkswagen Scandal
- Hollywood Reporter: Volkswagen Scandal Movie in the Works From Paramount, Leonardo DiCaprio
- Vulture: Leonardo DiCaprio Is Producing a Movie About the Volkswagen Scandal
- Dark Horizons: DiCaprio To Produce Volkswagen Scandal Film
- Deadline: Volkswagen’s Clean Diesel Scandal Set For Movie By Paramount, Appian Way
Charlize Theron is attached to star in Sony Pictures' adaptation 'The Gray Man', following a special agent trying to save his daughter's lives.
- The Playlist: Charlize Theron Takes On Former Brad Pitt Role In Assassin Thriller ‘The Gray Man’
- Deadline: Charlize Theron Prompts Protagonist Gender Change For Sony’s ‘The Gray Man’
- Dark Horizons: Charlize Theron Set For "The Gray Man"
- Screen Crush: Charlize Theron's Awesomeness Inspires Gender-Swap for Action Thriller 'The Gray Man'
- Cinema Blend: Charlize Theron Lands Assassin Role Vacated By Brad Pitt
John Ridley is turning his attention to another unhappy chapter in American history. The Oscar-winning 12 Years a Slave screenwriter will write and direct an untitled movie about the 1992 L.A. riots, which followed the near-fatal beating of Rodney King by local police. Get details on the John Ridley LA riots project after the jump. Ridley’s L.A. riots script has been set up for years at Brian Grazer and Ron Howard‘s Imagine Entertainment. But it’s just gotten a fresh jolt thanks to Broad Green Pictures, which has come aboard to produce and distribute.
- The Wrap: ‘American Crime’ Creator John Ridley to Direct L.A. Riots Movie for Broad Green, Imagine
- Empire Magazine: John Ridley Directing L.A. Riots Film
- The Playlist: Matthew Vaughn Loses Gravity For 'Ascension,' John Ridley Wades Into 'L.A. Riots' & Leonardo DiCaprio Buys Volkswagen
- Entertainment Weekly: 'American Crime' creator to write, direct movie on 1992 L.A. riots
Unflattering paparazzi photos of a shirtless Vin Diesel prove that male stars can be subject to the same body-shaming scrutiny that has plagued women in Hollywood for decades. “The Last Witch Hunter” star, who continues to make an impressive career out of a gravelly voice and a big pair of biceps, was photographed in Miami appearing softer around the midsection than usual.
- The Wrap: Vin Diesel Shuts Down ‘Dad Bod’ Shamers With 48-Year-Old Six Pack (Photo)
- Cinema Blend: How Paul Walker Prepared Vin Diesel During The Last Witch Hunter
- The Wrap: Vin Diesel Used ‘Last Witch Hunter’ to Ease Pain of Paul Walker’s Death
- Entertainment Weekly: Vin Diesel shares 'The Last Witch Hunter' music video for âPaint It Blackâ
- Entertainment Weekly: Vin Diesel has named a director for the return of 'XXX'
- Latino Review: Vin Diesel Could Appear as Another Marvel Character
Johnny Depp might not want to win an Oscar, but a few of his characters would love to.
- Moviefone: Johnny Depp Doesn't Want to Win an Oscar
- Entertainment Weekly: Johnny Depp doesnât want to win an Oscar, ever
- USA Today: Depp would rather not win an Oscar, OK?
- Hollywood Reporter: Iceland Oscar Pick 'Rams,' 'Missing People' Win Hamptons Film Fest Awards
It's not always sunshine and unicorn farts being a Guillermo del Toro fan; for every piece of entertainment he produces there are countless other promising projects which are abandoned, either by del Toro himself or by a studio reluctant to cough up the dough. PACIFIC RIM 2 is the latest del Toro project to encounter a laundry list of issues which ultimately led to the studio bumping... Read More...
- Dread Central: Guillermo del Toro Talks Low-Budget Passion Project Silva; Wrestler vs. Vampires
- ScreenRant: Guillermo del Toro’s Silva Is A ‘Really Bizarre’ Vampire Movie
- JoBlo: Guillermo del Toro awaits the final script and green light for Pacific Rim 2
- The Wrap: Guillermo del Toro Isn’t ‘Going to Pursue Action or Superhero Movies at All Anymore’
- HitFix: Guillermo del Toro's possible next movie may surprise you
How do filmmakers adapt one of the most successful children’s book series? Well, if it’s the Harry Potter book series, the answer is, sequentially. But, in the case of Goosebumps, the only recurring character throughout the series is author R.L. Stine. So, the Goosebumps movie chooses the less obvious route and delivers a creative solution designed to delight fans. The story follows a teen (Dylan Minnette) who has just moved to Madison, Delaware, and is thrilled to discover...Read MoreRead Comments
- Dread Central: Unlock Exclusive Goosebumps Content IN THEATRES!
- Variety: ‘Goosebumps’ Looks to Tap Into ’90s Nostalgia
- Fandango Movie Blog: First 'Goosebumps,' Now R.L. Stine's 'Fear Street' Is Becoming a Movie
- Entertainment Weekly: R.L. Stine offered director Rob Letterman advice for 'Goosebumps'
He'll produce and may directThough his plate would seem to be full at the moment, what with plans for the Kingsman sequel moving forward and his recent attachment to espionage novel adaptation I Am Pilgrim, 20th Century Fox has picked up spec script Ascension for Matthew Vaughn to consider producing, developing and even directing.According to Deadline, no deal has been hatched yet, but the director certainly seems interested.
- We Got This Covered: Matthew Vaughn To Head Up Sci-Fi Disaster Pic Ascension For Fox
- Badass Digest: Matthew Vaughn Possibly Producing Sci-Fi Disaster Film ASCENSION
- SlashFilm: Matthew Vaughn May Direct Sci-Fi Disaster Pic ‘Ascension’
“Steve Jobs” has received raves from critics, awards voters and early audiences in Los Angeles and New York, but the late tech icon’s family has been putting roadblocks in the way of Danny Boyle‘s movie from the start. In fact, Boyle revealed to TheWrap that the filmmakers and Universal Studios’ lawyers had to invoke the fair use exception to U.S. copyright law in order to use Apple’s famous “1984” Super Bowl commercial.
Chris Vance, star of The Transporter television series will appear on CBS’s Supergirl as Non, according to The Hollywood Reporter. As seen in the Richard Donner directed Superman feature films — if one accounts for the special cut of Superman II on home video — Non, played by Jack O’Halloran, is a mute brute of tremendous strength, even amongst Kryptonians. Between 2006 and 2008, writer Geoff Johns redefined the character as a mentor of Jor-El who lost his intellect and speech as a punishment for leading a separatist movement. THR reports Vance’s character will be
- We Got This Covered: Chris Vance To Play Kryptonian Villain Non In Supergirl
- Comic Book Movie: SUPERGIRL Casts TRANSPORTER Actor Chris Vance As 'Non'
- Dark Horizons: Chris Vance Is Villain Non On "Supergirl"
A little under two weeks ago it was announced that the sequel to KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE was set to begin production next April despite neither having a script nor a director in place. However, there was one snag at the time as Taron Egerton was attached to play the lead role in Lionsgate's ROBIN HOOD: ORIGINS, which was set to begin a lengthy production next February. Egerton is contracted... Read More...
- Dark Horizons: Egerton To Do "Kingsman 2" & "Robin Hood"
- Screen Crush: 'Kingsman 2' Filming Officially Delays 'Robin Hood: Origins'
- Hollywood Reporter: Robin Hood Reboot Pushed for 'Kingsman 2' Shoot (Exclusive)
"I'm the best there is at what I do, but what I do best isn't very nice." In 2017, after eighteen amazing years and eight (potentially ten) films, long-time X-Men star Hugh Jackman will finally hang up the claws and bid farewell to Wolverine. It'll be an emotional goodbye for the Academy Award-nominated actor as well as for fans everywhere that grew up watching him.
- We Got This Covered: Hugh Jackman Offers An Update On The Status Of Wolverine 3’s Script
- Cinema Blend: Why Hugh Jackman Isn't Quite Ready To Start Wolverine 3 Yet
If you’ve been to enough Comic-Cons (or at least browsed enough Comic-Con photo galleries), it becomes harder and harder to be impressed by the cosplay. But, then you see something like this 10-foot tall Hulkbuster from New York Comic-Con, and it’s hard for even the most jaded comic book fan to not be really, really impressed. Continue reading…
- Entertainment Weekly: Hulkbuster costume steals the show at New York Comic Con
- JoBlo: Exclusive: New York City Comic Con 2015 Cosplay Video!
While he doesn't put the same kind of emphasis on it that we'll likely hear in Jessica Jones or Luke Cage, you can hear Mike Colter say "Sweet Christmas!" for the first time in the video below. He also weighs in on the character's use of the catchphrase, stating: "I was afraid of that phrase, but it actually fits so well, I don't know why, I don't know why it fits so well into Luke's mouth.
- We Got This Covered: Luke Cage Actor Mike Colter Says “Sweet Christmas!” For The First Time
- We Got This Covered: Mike Colter Reveals Where And When Luke Cage Will Be Set
United Talent Agency is seeking a dramatic rewrite to the lawsuit brought rival Creative Artists Agency, with UTA declaring CAA’s accusations of fraud and malice untruths designed to publicly shame the younger agency. A CAA civil suit filed on April 2 — sparked by the March 31 exodus of top CAA comedy agents for UTA with star clients in what the former called a “lawless, midnight raid” — has seen significant bloodshed, and UTA is balking at legal language that ratchets up its alleged misdoings. In a new documents filed Friday in L.A.
The Tracking Board reports Cinemax has ordered a pilot script based on George R.R. Martin‘s novella Skin Trade.
- Dread Central: Cinemax Joins George R.R. Martin in The Skin Trade
- Moviefone: George R.R. Martin May Be Making Another TV Show
Jeff Goldblum, Bob Balaban, Ed Norton and more will be dogsWes Anderson has a reliable troupe of actors he likes to work with time and again. And he also has the pre-production wheels in motion for a new, stop-motion animated film in the vein of Fantastic Mr. Fox, this time focused on a group of dogs.
- Badass Digest: Wes Anderson Is Making Another Stop Motion Movie
- SlashFilm: A New Wes Anderson Stop-Motion Movie is on the Way
Season 2 Episode 4: "Strike Force" Synopsis: Captain Barnes (Michael Chiklis) is called to duty to create a law-abiding task force, with the help of Gordon. Meanwhile, Penguin gets caught up in a favor for Galavan, and Nygma asks Kringle out on a date. Recap: OThere is definitely something working right this season on Gotham. I will not pretend that I was... Read More...
Jason Stutter's New Zealand based haunted house horror film The Dead Room is set to have its world premiere at the prestigious Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival this coming Wednesday and for a taste of what is to come we've got the full international trailer of the film to share.When a terrified family flees a desolate southern New Zealand farmhouse, two cynical scientists and a young psychic are sent to investigate their claims of a haunting.
- USA Today: 'Room' clears emotional space in awards race
**SPOILERS AHEAD** Next month, "Jessica Jones" hits Netflix, and given the teasers so far, it seems like another pre-packaged program from Marvel, following a template they established to excellent success with "Daredevil." It's something a little grittier and more adult than their big screen fare, but palatable enough to still reach a wide, mainstream audience.
- Comic Book Movie: JESSICA JONES Will Feature That Scene From The ALIAS Comic
Winona Ryder wants to know what's up with "Beetlejuice 2" just about as much as we do.
It seems we have not yet hit Peak TV Nostalgia as Deadline reports a remake of the ABC series Fantasy Island is in the works once again at ABC. The original program, which ran from 1977 to 1984, featured an island in the Pacific where guests paid a genial, white-suited man for elaborate fantasies, but often learned deep truths about themselves. ABC tried reviving the series in 1998 starring Malcolm McDowell as a black-suited and often sharp-tongued version of Ricardo Montalban‘s Mr.
One swallow does not a summer make. Just because “Boyhood” was nominated for Best Picture and fared very well at last year’s Oscars doesn’t mean films that played at Sundance are going to be part of the awards season narrative each year.
- We Got This Covered: Saoirse Ronan Plots Course For Brooklyn In Emotional Trailer For Oscar-Tipped Drama
Cursed with immortality, Kaulder (Vin Diesel) is the last of his kind, a witch hunter who has spent centuries defending humanity from rogue witches looking to destroy mankind. However, now with the resurrection of the Queen Witch (Julie Engelbrecht), he is destined to enter a battle with the survival of the human race at stake. In this exclusive Fandango Movieclips clip, "Wake Up" from The Last Witch Hunter, Kaulder wakes to find himself trapped and embroiled in a fight with...Read MoreRead Comments
- Dread Central: Wake Up to this New Clip from The Last Witch Hunter
Mark Ruffalo's Hulk is rumored to appear in 'Thor: Ragnrok', which will be set on a distant planet that is not Asgard or Earth.
The new Outcast trailer has answers for all of your burning questions. What show will Cinemax add to its line-up to actually make you tune in when The Knick isn’t airing? When will The Walking Dead mastermind Robert Kirkman take advantage of his TV clout and bring another series based on his work to the small screen? Where did that kid from Almost Famous go?
The GasparÂ NoÃ©-directed 3D erotic dramaÂ Love, theÂ ZoÃ«Â Bell-starring action-thriller movie Camino, and the horror-comedyÂ Aaaaaaaah!Â â about humans livingÂ like wild apes inÂ present-day London âÂ will allÂ screen at this yearâs Denver...
- We Got This Covered: Don Diablo And Khrebto’s Got The Love Has Got Nothing On The Original
'The Goldbergs' creator Adam F. Goldberg has pitched Disney an idea for 'Mighty Ducks 4', but he doesn't have very good news.
Lehane will adapt the forthcoming book for the big screen.
- Comic Book Movie: GOTHAM Season 2, Episode 5 Promo; "Scarification"
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