Top Movie News for May 5, 2015
With Star Wars: The Force Awakens much in the news, and speculation about other Star Wars films abound, let's have a bit of a thought experiment. With the universe apparently wide-open, instead of working up our (new) hopes we can actually ponder what our own favorite Star Wars picture would be. Because what is it we want from a Star Wars film? A closer look at a favorite character? A previously underlit side-story? Or, more generally thinking: what was it that made this particular universe so special for us, and what part of that do we want more of?
- Rotten Tomatoes: News: Star Wars: The Force Awakens Cast Revealed in New Photos
- We Got This Covered: Xbox U.K. Celebrates May 4 With Star Wars Controller Concepts
- Cinema Blend: Is This The Golden Age Of Star Wars Fandom?
- Coming Soon: The Second Star Wars Anthology Film is Reportedly a Boba Fett Movie!
- AintItCool: STAR WARS ANTHOLOGY: BOBA FETT
- Badass Digest: 2nd STAR WARS ANTHOLOGY To Be Boba Fett Backstory
- USA Today: Quiz: Which 'Star Wars' character are you?
- Cinema Blend: Star Wars Is Definitely Giving Boba Fett His Own Movie, Get The Details
- Digital Spy: New Star Wars: The Force Awakens pictures of Adam Driver, Gwendoline Christie and Lupita Nyong'o
- We Got This Covered: 2018 Star Wars Spinoff Film To Tell Boba Fett’s Origin Story
- Chud: Second ‘Star Wars’ Anthology Film To Be A Fett Flick
- AintItCool: 16-BIT STAR WARS THE FORCE AWAKENS Trailer hits!
- Digital Spy: Boba Fett is rumoured to be the focus of second Star Wars spinoff movie
- HitFix: Outrage Watch: Scott Walker co-opts 'Star Wars Day,' fails spectacularly
- SlashFilm: See Kylo Ren on ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Merchandise Coming This Fall
- Film School Rejects: Star Wars 7: Gwendoline Christie’s Character Revealed
- Fandango Movie Blog: News Briefs: 'Star Wars' Sequel Director Leaves; Watch a TV Spot for Cameron Crowe's 'Aloha'
- Fandango Movie Blog: Happy Star Wars Day! Check Out New Images from 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'
- Fandango Movie Blog: May the Fourth Be with You: Celebrate Star Wars Day
- ScreenRant: ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens': Gwendoline Christie’s Captain Phasma Revealed
- ScreenRant: Domhnall Gleeson Talks ‘Ex Machina,’ ‘Star Wars 7,’ & Page-Turning Sci-Fi
- HitFix: HitFix Daily Snap: 'Star Wars,' 'Mad Men,' Kristen Wiig, and vintage Jack Black
- MovieWeb: JJ Abrams Wants to Kill Off Jar Jar Binks in 'Star Wars 7'
- IGN Movies: Daily Deals: Star Wars Games, Xbox One With Three Games and Live, $500 Price Drop On LG OLED HDTV
- SlashFilm: ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens': Meet Captain Phasma, Played By Gwendoline Christie [Removed]
- Bleeding Cool: Doctor Who Celebrates Star Wars Day
- FirstShowing.net: First Look: Gwendoline Christie as Captain Phasma from 'Star Wars'
- MovieWeb: 'Star Wars: Battlefront' Images Show Off Lava Planet Sullust
- Bleeding Cool: Was Josh Trank's Fired From Star Wars Because Of His Work On The Fantastic Four?
- Bleeding Cool: Star Wars: Battlefront Has 12 Multiplayer Maps
- The Wrap: ‘Star Wars’ 2nd Anthology Film Will Be Boba Fett’s Origin Story
- SlashFilm: Page 2: Star Wars May The Fourth Edition And Thoughts On The Apple Watch
- JoBlo: Sources confirm the second Star Wars Anthology film to be about Boba Fett
- IGN Movies: 10 Crackpot Story Theories for Star Wars: The Force Awakens
- Screen Crush: Boba Fett Will Be the Star of the Second 'Star Wars' Spinoff Film
- SlashFilm: Boba Fett Origin Story Will Power Second ‘Star Wars Anthology’ Film
- The Playlist: 2018 'Star Wars' Spinoff Will Tell Boba Fett's Origin Story
- Comic Book Movie: Second STAR WARS ANTHOLOGY Movie To Focus On BOBA FETT's Origin Story
- Twitch: STAR WARS: Will The Second Anthology Film Tell The Story Of Boba Fett?
- Bleeding Cool: Here Are A Batch Of Xbox One Star Wars Controllers You'll Never Own
- Entertainment Weekly: Domhnall Gleeson talks 'Star Wars' while playing 'Star Wars'
- Entertainment Weekly: Match these 'Star Wars' characters with their home worlds
- IGN Movies: Report: Boba Fett is Next Star Wars Anthology Film
- HitFix: 228 days until Star Wars: Gwendoline Christie storms into ‘Star Wars’ role and our hearts
- Empire Magazine: Second Star Wars Anthology Film Reportedly About Boba Fett
- MovieWeb: Boba Fett Origin Story Will Be Second 'Star Wars' Anthology Movie
- Film School Rejects: Second Star Wars Anthology Movie Will Focus on Boba Fett
- ScreenRant: ‘Star Wars': Second Anthology Film Is a Boba Fett Origin Story
- Latino Review: Second 'Star Wars Anthology' Film To Revolve Around The Origins of Boba Fett
- MTV Movies Blog: Domhnall Gleeson Describes Meeting His ‘Star Wars’ Co-Star Harrison Ford For The First Time: Watch
- SlashFilm: Top 9 Things We Learned About ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ From the ‘Vanity Fair’ Feature
- Twitch: STAR WARS THE FORCE AWAKENS: The Vanity Fair Pics
- MovieWeb: 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Won't Have a Growly Han Solo
Rights issues and bad timing are all that stood in the way of Whedon introducing your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man in the final scene of 'Age of Ultron.'
- Variety: ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Poll: Over 50% Skipped Movie for Mayweather-Pacquiao Fight
- We Got This Covered: 5 Oddly Specific Ways In Which Avengers: Age Of Ultron Defines The Franchise
- Vulture: Why Didn’t Age of Ultron Outgross the First Avengers?
- Cinema Blend: Marvel Wanted To Cut A Lot Out Of The Avengers: Age Of Ultron
- Vulture: Get a Load of These Alternate Avengers: Age of Ultron Scenes and Plot Twists
- Hollywood Reporter: South Korea Box Office: ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Reigns Over Long Weekend
- Hollywood Reporter: Joss Whedon on Fighting With Marvel Over 'Avengers: Age of Ultron': "It Got Really, Really Unpleasant"
- HitFix: 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' final opening weekend number climbs to $191.3 million
- The Playlist: Joss Whedon Shot An Alternate ‘Avengers: Age Of Ultron’ Ending Where [Redacted] Doesn’t Die & Much More
- JoBlo: Joss Whedon on why Avengers: Age of Ultron addresses the cost of destruction
- Screen Crush: 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' is the Ultimate Joss Whedon Movie Whether You Like It or Not
- Screen Crush: That 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Mid-Credits Scene Is Explained by Marvel's Kevin Feige
- HitFix: 10 things to look for on the Marvel horizon after 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'
- Latino Review: Film Review: 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'
- ScreenRant: Joss Whedon Quits Twitter After ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Release
- Comic Book Movie: Joss Whedon Reveals What 'Loki''s Scene In AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Consisted Of
- Vulture: Age of Ultron: How Much Screen Time Does Each Avenger Get?
- Variety: ‘Avengers’ and the Age of CGI Overkill in Hollywood
- Cinema Blend: How Close Did Spider-Man Come To Being In Avengers? Joss Whedon Explains
- Badass Digest: AGE OF ULTRON: Consequences, Legacies, Killer Robots
- HitFix: Listen: Firewall & Iceberg Podcast No. 281 - 'Age of Ultron,' Upfronts preview
- Fandango Movie Blog: POLL: After 'Age of Ultron,' Which Marvel Movie Are You Most Excited to See Next?
- Comic Book Movie: Joss Whedon Wanted SPIDER-MAN & CAPTAIN MARVEL In AVENGERS: AOU
- MovieWeb: Whedon Wanted 'Spider-Man' & 'Captain Marvel' in 'Avengers 2'
- ScreenRant: ‘Avengers 2′: Joss Whedon Wanted Spider-Man & Captain Marvel for Ending Scene
- Coming Soon: Chris Evans Calls Captain America: Civil War ‘Set Up’ for Avengers:
- Cinema Blend: How Civil War Will Connect To Avengers: Infinity War, According To Chris Evans
- Digital Spy: Joss Whedon is off the grid: Avengers director quits Twitter amidst Black Widow backlash
- USA Today: John Deere: Tractor gains traction in 'Avengers'
- USA Today: Cosmic villain looms in next 'Avengers'
- MTV Movies Blog: How Would Superhero PTSD Affect The Avengers? We Asked A Psychologist
- Comic Book Movie: Chris Evans Says 'CIVIL WAR' Is The Setup For AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR
- Entertainment Weekly: Quicksilver vs. Quicksilver: How 'Avengers' and 'X-Men' introduced the same character differently
- Fandango Movie Blog: POLL: After 'Avengers,' which summer movie are you most excited to see?
- MovieWeb: 'Captain America: Civil War' Will Set Up 'Avengers: Infinity War'
- The Wrap: Strong U.S. Dollar Hurts ‘Avengers’ Sequel, Blockbusters at Overseas Box Office
- Entertainment Weekly: Black Widow in 'Ultron': Give and (your) take
- ScreenRant: ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Sets Up The ‘Real Battle’ of ‘Avengers: Infinity War’
In Cary Fukunaga's new take on Stephen King's ItPennywise the clown is one of the most enduring horror images on screen, one of the evil incarnations of the demon that haunts a town in Stephen King’s It. Now someone has been found to inherit the role from Tim Curry, who brought him so memorably to life in the 1991 TV miniseries version.
- We Got This Covered: Will Poulter To Play Evil Clown Pennywise In Cary Fukunaga’s It Remake
- The Wrap: Cary Fukunaga’s ‘It’ Casts ‘We’re the Millers’ Star Will Poulter as Pennywise the Clown
- Hollywood Reporter: Will Poulter to Play Pennywise in Cary Fukunaga's 'It'
- Coming Soon: Stephen King’s IT Remake Finds Its Pennywise the Clown!
- Shock Till You Drop: Poulter is Pennywise in Cary Fukunaga’s It
- Badass Digest: WE’RE THE MILLERS’ Will Poulter To Play Pennywise In IT
- Horror Society: Will Poulter Cast as Pennywise in “IT” Remake
- Dread Central: Stephen King’s It – Will Poulter Cast as Pennywise
- Dark Horizons: Will Poulter Is Pennywise In The New "IT"
- Horror-Movies.ca: Will Poulter to Play Pennywise in ‘It’ Remake
- Digital Spy: Will Poulter will haunt your dreams as Pennywise in Stephen King's It reboot
- JoBlo: Will Poulter cast as Pennywise in Cary Fukunaga's It
- SlashFilm: Will Poulter Will Create Nightmares as Pennywise in ‘It’
- Entertainment Weekly: Will Poulter cast as Pennywise in Cary Fukunaga's 'It'
- ScreenRant: ‘It’ Movie Adaptation Casts Will Poulter as Pennywise
- FirstShowing.net: Will Poulter to Play Pennywise in Cary Fukunaga's New 'It' Movies
- MovieWeb: 'IT' Wants 'Maze Runner' Star as Pennywise the Clown
- MTV Movies Blog: Will Poulter Is Definitely Not Who We Expected To Be Playing Pennywise In The ‘It’ Remake
- Latino Review: Will Poulter To Play Pennywise in 'IT' Remake
- Comic Book Movie: Will Poulter Will Play 'Pennywise' In New Adap Of Stephen King's IT
- AintItCool: The new Pennywise is...well, not Tim Curry!!
- Chud: ‘It’ Has Found Its Pennywise
- Rotten Tomatoes: News: The It Movie Has Found Its Pennywise
- Cinema Blend: The It Remake Found Its Pennywise
- HitFix: 'It' remake: The actor they cast as the new Pennywise may surprise you
- Screen Crush: 'It' Remake Casts Its Pennywise and It's Probably Not at All Who You'd Expect
- IGN Movies: Maze Runner Actor Cast as Its Pennywise
Last fall, Lionsgate's action thriller John Wick won over both critics and fans alike as it reached sleeper hit status after grossing over $78 million worldwide on a modest $20 million budget. Rumors have circulated for months about a potential sequel, but nothing substantial had presented itself until now. Earlier today, Lionsgate officially announced that John Wick 2 is a go. Star Keanu Reeves (The Matrix) will return alongside original directors Chad Stahelski and David Leitch and original screenwriter David Kolstad. A release date is TBD.
- The Playlist: Lionsgate Announces ‘John Wick 2,’ Keanu Reeves & Original Directors To Return
- Variety: ‘John Wick’ Sequel: Keanu Reeves, Directors and Writer Set to Return
- Coming Soon: It’s Official: Keanu Reeves to Return for John Wick 2!
- Cinema Blend: Keanu Reeves Will Return For John Wick 2, Get The Details
- Dark Horizons: Keanu Reeves Set For "John Wick" Sequel
- The Wrap: Keanu Reeves, ‘John Wick’ Filmmakers to Return for Sequel
- JoBlo: Keanu Reeves, Directors David Leitch & Chad Stahelski return for John Wick 2
- Screen Crush: 'John Wick 2' Confirmed; Keanu Reeves and Directors to Return
- MovieWeb: 'John Wick 2' Happening, Keanu Reeves Will Return!
- ScreenRant: ‘John Wick 2′ Officially Moving Forward with Keanu Reeves & Original Film’s Directors
- FirstShowing.net: It's Official - Lionsgate is Making 'John Wick 2' with Keanu Reeves
- Latino Review: Keanu Reeves Will Return for 'John Wick 2'
- We Got This Covered: Keanu Reeves, Original Directors Back For John Wick 2
- Digital Spy: Keanu Reeves will be out for blood again in John Wick 2
- SlashFilm: ‘John Wick 2′ Reunites Keanu Reeves With David Leitch and Chad Stahelski
- Hollywood Reporter: Lionsgate Moves Forward With 'John Wick' Sequel
- AintItCool: We can all finally get some sleep again as JOHN WICK 2 has been officially announced!
- USA Today: Keanu to kill again in 'John Wick 2'
- HitFix: It's official! Keanu will shoot even more faces in 'John Wick 2'
- Twitch: JOHN WICK 2: Reeves And Original Directors Confirmed For Sequel
- IGN Movies: John Wick 2 Officially Announced
- Empire Magazine: John Wick 2 Officially A Go
- Rotten Tomatoes: News: John Wick 2 in the Works
- Chud: ‘John Wick 2′ Announced, Proving There is Good in the World
- Badass Digest: JOHN WICK 2 Is Now Official
- Entertainment Weekly: 'John Wick 2' is happening
Hail to the chief; watch for the aliensIndependence Day had Bill Pullman’s President Thomas J. Whitmore around to rally humanity and fight the aliens. But unless the universe in which the film takes place has very different rules governing US presidents, he can’t still be the leader of the free world 20 years later.
- Moviefone: Sela Ward to Play U.S. President in 'Independence Day 2'
- Digital Spy: Independence Day 2 casts its US president: Sela Ward will lead earth against aliens
- JoBlo: Sela Ward to play the new President in Independence Day 2
- MovieWeb: 'Independence Day 2' Casts Sela Ward as the President
- The Wrap: Sela Ward to Play President in ‘Independence Day 2’
- Rotten Tomatoes: News: Sela Ward Joins Independence Day Sequel
- Dark Horizons: Sela Ward Joins "Independence Day 2"
- Entertainment Weekly: 'Independence Day 2' prez: Sela Ward
- SlashFilm: ‘Independence Day 2′ Finds a New POTUS in Sela Ward
- Dread Central: President Elected for Independence Day Sequel
- AintItCool: The world of INDEPENDENCE DAY will get a female U.S. president before we do!
- Cinema Blend: America Will Have A New President In Independence Day 2
- Film School Rejects: Independence Day 2 Casts a Woman President, In Support of Hillary Clinton?
Louie C.K. will write, direct and star in 'I'm a Cop', following a middle-aged man stuck in the shadow of his legendary cop mother.
- Coming Soon: Louis C.K. to Write, Direct and Star in Comedy Feature I’m a Cop
- Vulture: Louis C.K. Will Write, Direct, Star in I'm a Cop
- The Wrap: Louis C.K. to Write, Direct and Star in Indie Movie ‘I’m a Cop’
- Screen Crush: Louis C.K. Will Direct and Star in Indie Comedy 'I'm a Cop'
- SlashFilm: Louis C.K. Will Star in, Write and Direct ‘I’m a Cop’
- JoBlo: Louis C.K. will write, direct, and star in I'm a Cop
- Hollywood Reporter: Louis C.K. to Direct, Star in Indie Film 'I'm a Cop' (Exclusive)
- Chud: C.K. to Write, Direct, and Star in Indie Cop Movie
- Dark Horizons: Louis C.K. To Pen & Direct "I'm A Cop"
- IndieWire: Louis C.K Heading Back to the Big Screen with Indie Film 'I'm a Cop'
- Empire Magazine: Louis C.K. Says I'm A Cop
- Cinema Blend: Louis C.K. Is Finally Directing A New Movie, Get The Details
Bruce Timm, the co-creator (alongside Paul Dini) of Harley Quinn, has shared his thoughts on what he thinks of her live-action look in Suicide Squad. Speaking with io9, Timm was pleasantly surprised. "I just saw the pic like a couple hours ago. It was interesting. I was frankly a little nervous about what Harley would look like, but I thought she looked really cool. So I'm optimistic." Timm wouldn't comment beyond his optimism, though. "I just saw the one shot of her in the group shot. So far so good." Continue reading…
- MTV Movies Blog: ‘Suicide Squad': Who’s Who, From Harley Quinn To Deadshot
- Comic Book Movie: Tom Hardy Talks SUICIDE SQUAD Departure And Teases 'The Joker'/'Harley Quinn' Dynamic
- We Got This Covered: The Revenant Forced Tom Hardy To Bail On Suicide Squad
- Hollywood Reporter: Who Are the Suicide Squad? A Short Primer
- Cinema Blend: Why Tom Hardy Bailed On Suicide Squad
- Fandango Movie Blog: First Look: See 'Suicide Squad' Cast in Uniform, Plus Will Smith As Deadshot
- IGN Movies: Who's Who on Suicide Squad
- MovieWeb: 'Suicide Squad': Tom Hardy Explains Why He Dropped Out
- Comic Book Movie: Why I Think We Should Remain Positive About SUICIDE SQUAD
- ScreenRant: ‘Suicide Squad': Tom Hardy Praises Script, Was ‘Gutted’ To Drop Out
- Comic Book Movie: More SUICIDE SQUAD Set Photos And Footage Offer Another Look At 'Task Force X' Together
- Entertainment Weekly: 'Suicide Squad': Who's who in the new cast photo
- MovieWeb: 'Suicide Squad' Video & Photos Have Better Look at Cast in Costume
Dwayne Johnson rolls with itWhile Fast & Furious 7 was only able to make limited use of Dwayne Johnson, San Andreas promises a full-on Rocksplosion, with the man-mountain taking on the biggest earthquake ever seen in California and beyond... and Roland Emmerich isn’t to blame this time.
- Dark Horizons: Final Trailer: "San Andreas"
- Cinema Blend: The Rock Tries To Save Everyone In Final, Fantastic San Andreas Trailer
- Bleeding Cool: Final Trailer For San Andreas Hits The Web
- Dread Central: Third San Andreas Trailer Cracks Open
- JoBlo: Everything falls apart in the latest San Andreas trailer featuring The Rock
- MovieWeb: 'San Andreas' Trailer #3: The Rock Survives Epic Destruction
- Screen Crush: 'San Andreas' Trailer: Everything Falls Apart (Except The Rock)
- FirstShowing.net: More Mayhem in Third Trailer for 'San Andreas' with Dwayne Johnson
- SlashFilm: New ‘San Andreas’ Trailer: Can Dwayne Johnson Save Everyone in California?
- Entertainment Weekly: New 'San Andreas' trailer cautions 'global event' coming
No horror film will ever live up to the genuine terror one experiences during a nightmare. Many will try, but ultimately, the easier it is to wrap your head around a premise, the less chilling the film.And so it is without much surprise that Rodney Ascher's creepily mysterious follow up to Room 237, which takes 'the nightmare' as its theme - specifically as it pertains to the numerous individuals unfortunate enough to suffer from sleep paralysis - is one of the scariest documentaries that comes to mind.
- We Got This Covered: The Nightmare Review [Hot Docs 2015]
- We Got This Covered: Deep Web Review [Hot Docs 2015]
- We Got This Covered: Raiders! Review [Hot Docs 2015]
- We Got This Covered: Radical Grace Review [Hot Docs 2015]
- We Got This Covered: Danny Review [Hot Docs 2015]
- We Got This Covered: Deprogrammed Review [Hot Docs 2015]
- We Got This Covered: Chuck Norris vs Communism Review [Hot Docs 2015]
- Dread Central: Nightmare, The (2015)
In TV years, The Simpsons is already the equivalent of the Grail Knight from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, and the series isn’t giving up its post any time soon. The all-time record for a scripted prime-time TV series is 635 episodes, held by Gunsmoke, which ran from 1955 to 1975. The Simpsons has already run far longer than Gunsmoke did, as the show is currently in its 26th season. Now, with The Simpsons renewed for seasons 27 and 28, the finale of that 28th season will see the series just shy of Gunsmoke‘s all-time record.
- Variety: ‘The Simpsons’ Renewed for Two More Seasons
- Coming Soon: The Simpsons Renewed for Two More Years
- Dark Horizons: "The Simpsons" Renewed For Two Years
- Deadline: ‘The Simpsons’ Gets 2-Season Renewal
- Rotten Tomatoes: News: The Simpsons Earns Two-Season Renewal
- Vulture: The Simpsons Will Not Go Off the Air Until Your Children’s Children’s Children Are Dead and Buried in the Ground
- AintItCool: THE SIMPSONS Refuses To Die!!
- Vulture: This Simpsons Matrix Will Help You Make Better First Impressions
It's taken many many years of development but at long last the moment is here; Martin Scorsese's long gestating passion project SILENCE has completed production in Taiwan. Scorsese first received the Shûsaku Endô novel on which the film is based in 1988 and put together his first pass of the script in 1991. That first attempt wasn't successful and... Read More...
- The Playlist: First Official Image: Andrew Garfield In Martin Scorsese's 'Silence'
- Entertainment Weekly: Andrew Garfield in Martin Scorsese's 'Silence': First Look
- Screen Crush: 'Silence' Delivers First Official Look at Andrew Garfield in Martin Scorsese's New Film
- Variety: Martin Scorsese’s ‘Silence’ To Wrap In Taiwan
- SlashFilm: See the First Images From Martin Scorsese’s ‘Silence’
- The Wrap: Andrew Garfield Plays Priest in First Look at Martin Scorsese’s ‘Silence’ (Photo)
In the somber zombie drama MAGGIE (I hesitate to call it a horror movie, because it really isn't at all), Arnold Schwarzenegger gives - as advertised - a performance unlike he's ever given before. Playing a father who must agonizingly watch as his daughter (Abigail Breslin) is slowly overtaken by a deadly disease... one that will eventually turn her into a zombie. Schwarzenegger's first real dramatic... Read More...
- Horror-Movies.ca: Arnold Schwarzenegger Faces Off Against Zombies in New ‘Maggie’ Clip
- Shockya: Interview: Joely Richardson Talks Maggie (Exclusive)
- Screen Crush: 'Maggie' Review: The Softer, Sadder Side of Arnold Schwarzenegger
- Deadline: James Corden Helps Arnold Schwarzenegger Perform Film Career In 6 Minutes
- MovieWeb: 'Maggie' Clip Has Schwarzenegger Ready for a Zombie Attack
- USA Today: Trailer: 'Maggie'
Buzzing around a queen bee roleQuietly developing for a few years now, Mean Moms finally has a director in Horrible Bosses 2's Sean Anders. And he may be about to reteam with one of his stars from the comedy sequel, since Jennifer Aniston is in the frame for the leading role.Mean Moms is, to some extent, a belated follow-up to Mean Girls, since it's based on the non-fiction, self-help work of the same author, Rosalind Wiseman.
- Deadline: ‘Horrible Bosses 2′ Helmer Sean Anders Re-Unites With Jennifer Aniston In ‘Mean Moms’
- Coming Soon: Sean Anders to Direct Jennifer Aniston in Mean Moms
- Variety: Jennifer Aniston’s ‘Mean Moms’ Nabs ‘Horrible Bosses 2′ Director Sean Anders
- Screen Crush: Jennifer Aniston Joins 'Mean Moms,' the 'Mean Girls' for Moms
- Dark Horizons: "Moms," "Throttle," "Acceleration" Get Helmers
- Fandango Movie Blog: Moms’ Night Out: Celebrate with 'Magic Mike' and More
Creepypasta is the collective term for short horror stories, fanfiction, videos or other media, shared online with the aim of freaking out the reader.
- Variety: NewFronts 2015: Machinima Announces ‘RoboCop,’ Clive Barker Series
- Horror-Movies.ca: Machinima Announces RoboCop and Clive Barker Shorts for Their Web Series
- IndieWire: 'Krisha,' 'Tangerine,' 'The Wolfpack' and More Announced for Rooftop Films' 2015 Summer Series
- Variety: Orlando Jones, Jay Williams Launch Digital Shingle with Machinima Series ‘High School 51′
- SlashFilm: ‘RoboCop’ Web Series Among Slate of New Machinima Projects
Episode 22: "All Happy Families Are Alike" Synopsis: As Gotham City’s gang war reaches its boiling point, Fish Mooney goes head-to-head with Maroni and Penguin in an attempt to re-stake her claim on the city. Meanwhile, Barbara and Leslie Thompkins are brought together after recent events, and Bruce searches Wayne Manor for any hints that his father might have left behind.... Read More...
- Deadline: ‘Gotham’ Finale: EP Bruno Heller Sets Up Season 2’s Big Joke & Gets Fishy
- Variety: ‘Gotham’ Season Finale: Finding a Bright Future in Darkness (SPOILERS)
- Vulture: Gotham Recap: The Women of Gotham
- AintItCool: GOTHAM Showrunner: ‘Very Big Villain’ Arrives In Season Two And Fish Could Swim Back!!
The parents of Cyclops and Havok watch the end of the world on live TV in director Bryan Singer's latest photo from 'X-Men: Apocalypse'.
The Harry Potter franchise has been over for a few years now. While there’s a spin-off adaptation of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them on the way, fantasy fans may be in need of new magic sometime soon. SyFy might have the supply, as the network just announced a greenlight for The Magicians TV series.
From Roberto Orci, producer on Transformers, Amazing Spider-Man 2, Star Trek, Sleepy Hollow, Lost, Fringe along with Legion Of Creative and and starring Orlando Jones of Sleepy Hollow, Tainted Love, Drumline and MADtv… High School 51 – a new series from Machimima. Hidden away in the heart of Area 51, Dream Lake High School is filled with mind-blowing technology, top-secret government programs and a student body that is cool, quirky, attractive, and…well, alien. No one from the outside has ever been allowed into the school and no human has ever attended…until now For 16-year
- Rotten Tomatoes: News: Orlando Jones Departs Sleepy Hollow
- Dread Central: Orlando Jones Not Returning for Sleepy Hollow Season 3
- Cinema Blend: Jack Black's Student Film From High School Is Everything You'd Hope For
David Fincher got his start working at ILM many years ago, but really made his first marks as a music video director beginning in the early/mid ’80s. Now he’s helping chronicle the heady and anything-goes days of music video production in Los Angeles circa 1983 in a new HBO show. The comedy series, now called Video Synchronicity (formerly Living on Video), features opening episodes co-written and directed by Fincher, and has been ordered to series by HBO.
- We Got This Covered: HBO Series Order For David Fincher’s Video Synchronicity
- JoBlo: David Fincher's comedy series Living On Video picked up by HBO
- Empire Magazine: David Fincher's Video Synchronicity Heads For HBO
At this point, answering, âWho isnâtÂ going to be inÂ Barbershop 3?â might be an easier task than to follow all the casting. But we have a new employee in the beauty shop: Barbie. Rapper Nicki Minaj has joined the cast of the Ice Cube-led film, EW has confirmed.Â Variety...
- Variety: Nicki Minaj Joins ‘Barbershop 3′
- Coming Soon: Nicki Minaj Joins Barbershop 3
- Cinema Blend: Nicki Minaj Will Continue Her Movie Career With Barbershop 3
Courtney Love, Giancarlo Esposito and Timothy Hutton have all signed on to James Francoâs new indie picÂ The Long Home. The film is based on a William Gay novel set in Tennessee in the â40sÂ which centers around a young...
Nigel Terry, beloved actor of stage, film, and television, died on April 30 of emphysema. He was 69. Recognized on the screen for his memorable rolesÂ in 1981âsÂ Excaliburâin which he played King Arthur opposite Helen Mirrenâs Morgana Le Fayâand the Oscar-winning film,Â The Lion in Winter...
When you think of Monty Python, odds are you immediately think of quotes from any of their films or the iconic sketches from their television series. They are one of the most influential comedy troupes of all time and we only have four films to their credit. While ABSOLUTELY ANYTHING may not be a formal Monty Python project, it was written and directed by Terry Jones and features the voice talents of all... Read More...
When Charlize Theron sat down to talk about her character Imperator Furiosa in Mad Max: Fury Road, one of the biggest things she and director George Miller struggled with was how to style such a fierce warrior woman. After they tried everything from platinum hair to a ponytail, it was...
- USA Today: Gibson explains his casting as 'Mad Max'
- Vulture: Mad Max Brought In The Vagina Monologues’ Eve Ensler to Consult
- Entertainment Weekly: Mel Gibson talks 'Mad Max' in Blu-ray sneak peek
With so many Marvel cast-members set to show up for CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the film will be more like Avengers 2.5 than a Captain America sequel. According to Chris Evans, not only will the film be very Avenger's heavy, it will actually provide a lot of the set-up for the "real battle" set to take place in the AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR... Read More...
If you try to visit writer-director Joss Whedon's Twitter account, it's not there. It's been replaced with a, "Sorry, that page doesn't exist!" message, even though Google still lists it as an active page. Whedon's latest film, Avengers: Age of Ultron, may be killing it at the global box office, but it appears he no longer wants to be active on the Twittersphere. According to the Screen Crush Twitter page, Whedon's last tweet read, "Thank you to all the people who've been so kind and funny and inspiring up in here." It doesn't mean the beloved writer-director is gone from Twitter for good, but
"Grodd Lives" - Barry (Grant Gustin) must deal with the Reverse Flash’s (Tom Cavanagh) latest threat to a member of the group. To make matter worse, Dr. Wells unleashes Grodd on the city in order to distract Barry and the team. Joe (Jesse L. Martin), Barry and Cisco (Carlos Valdes) head down into the sewers to catch Grodd but the gorilla quickly gets the upper hand after he kidnaps Joe. Iris (Candice Patton) and Barry have a heart to heart talk. Dermott Downs directed the episode written by Grainne Godfree & Kai Yu Wu.
This Week: Fifty Shades of Grey for Mother's Day? Why not. Also: Selma marches onto blu, and Ryan Gosling goes a bit loony with Lost River. ► Not even three months after it ruined Valentine's Day for a lot of us, FIFTY SHADES OF GREY continues the torment on blu-ray this week. Even with lowered expectations, this adaptation of the inexplicably... Read More...
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A new Justice League animated series is set to debut in June, produced by legendary animator Bruce Timm. The series is a joint venture between DC/Warner Bros. and Machinima. The show, titled Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles aims to depict a very different version of your favorite DC heroes.
6. Thor & Loki The half-brothers have been through a lot together it’s fair to say. United at first then torn apart by Odin’s favouritism towards Thor and Loki’s true heritage, the brothers have faced a turbulent road ever since. Despite battling one and another on multiple occasions, the two still joined together to fight Malekith (although Loki did betray Thor…again!). Yet, in what Thor presumes to be Loki’s dying moments he promised to tell Asgard of his nobility.
Announced at New York alongside #4Hero and a second series of Justice League: Gods And Monsters. DC’s Hero Project. A new TV show that sees Machinima, Blue Ribbon Content, and DC Entertainment pitting eight contestants trying to develop a live-action film based on the Starman comic. The show will see DC CCO Geoff Johns in the Donald Trump role alongside guest judges and celebrityspecial guests. See the rest of our Machinima at New York coverage right here. DC Comics Wants You To Create A Starman Film With Geoff Johns And Machinima
Everybody loves a good summer blockbuster, especially kids. But how do you know what’s right for your family? Check out this guide and watch the trailers that go with them to find out more about what you can expect in theaters. May 1 Avengers: Age of Ultron Rated: PG-13 Joss Whedon’s much anticipated follow up to the wildly successful The Avengers (2012) is poised to be one of the biggest movies of the year, bringing Iron Man, Thor, the Hulk, Captain...Read MoreRead Comments
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Anne Hathaway turned heads at the Met Gala. And it's because she's wearing a sheet metal dress, basically. http://www.hitfix.com
A Brazilian bodybuilder's arms began to turn to "rock" as he injected his muscles with toxins in an attempt to look like The Hulk. 25-year-old Romario Dos Santos Alves first began injecting himself with synthol - a mix of alcohol and oil - three years ago to make his muscles appear larger. He soon grew addicted, with his biceps eventually growing to 25 inches. However, toxins in the fillers began to cause him constant pain and health issues. "I remember the doctor told me that they would need to amputate both arms," he told Daily Mail.
Image Entertainment has picked up the North American rights for Adam Egypt Mortimer's supernatural slasher flick Some Kind of Hate.
This was previously reviewed as part of JoBlo.com's Sundance 2015 coverage. PLOT: Dan (Jack Black) is a small-town guy planning his high school's twentieth anniversary reunion. Wanting to endear himself to his former classmates, he takes a trip to L.A to track down the school's most popular alumni (James Marsden) who he hopes to convince to come to the reunion. The two hit it off, and soon a wild night of... Read More...
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There’s plenty to enjoy in the surprising Marvel Studios hit Guardians of the Galaxy. Most of the praise for the flick goes to director James Gunn and the primary cast of characters who play the titular ragtag team of misfits. But there’s one actor who deserves some more recognition, and that’s Michael Rooker, who plays the sort-of redneck (or blueneck) Ravager named Yondu. Rooker is a regular in the films by James Gunn, so much that the two are also very good friends.
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