Top Movie News for August 28, 2015
The cover for the upcoming tie-in novel to Star Wars Battlefront has been revealed. Called Star Wars Battlefront: Twilight Company, the novel centers on a group of soldiers fighting in the trenches during the galactic war. "When orders come down for the Rebels to fall back in the face of superior opposition numbers and firepower, Twilight reluctantly complies.
- SlashFilm: Star Wars Bits: Celebration Europe, Disney Infinity 3.0, Star Wars Rebels, Battlefront, More Force Friday
- Cinema Blend: Star Wars: Rogue One May Film In A Revolutionary, Large Scale Format
- Coming Soon: Star Wars News Roundup for August 28, 2015
- We Got This Covered: Star Wars: Rogue One May Shoot Using Panavision 70 For Ultra-Widescreen Experience
- AintItCool: Let's get a little nerdy and talk about the lenses being used on Star Wars: Rogue One.
- Digital Spy: Star Wars: The Force Awakens toys will be revealed live next week
- Cinema Blend: Star Wars: The Force Awakens' New Star Destroyer Has A Terrifying Name
- Comic Book Movie: COMICS: 'Luke Skywalker' Is On The Hunt For His Lightsaber In First Look At STAR WARS #9
- The Playlist: 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' Might Be Shot In Panavision 70
- MovieWeb: 'Big Bang Theory' Is Getting a 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Episode
- Total Film: Tons of Star Wars: The Force Awakens toys to be unveiled next week on 'Force Friday'
- Screen Crush: WookieeLeaks: What Spoilers Can We Extract From the New 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Teaser?
- HitFix: 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Why does Finn have Anakin's lightsaber?
- HitFix: Star Wars shuts down sexist attitude towards 'female' armor on Facebook
- Comic Book Movie: The Three New Leads Take Center Stage In STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS Promo Poster
- SlashFilm: ‘The Big Bang Theory’ Will Feel the Presence of ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’
- MovieWeb: 'Rogue One' to Be First 'Star Wars' Movie Shot in 70MM?
- SlashFilm: ‘Star Wars: Rogue One’ May Be an Ultra-Widescreen Spectacle
- Bleeding Cool: Imperial Dispatch: Star Wars Expected Box Office, New Finn With Saber Image
- IGN Movies: Star Wars Rebels: Season 2 Premiere Date and New Clip
- MovieWeb: Are 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Box Office Predictions Too High?
- Latino Review: STAR WARS: The New Republic Returns!
- IGN Movies: Kojima Hangs out With Star Wars Director J.J. Abrams, BB-8
- IGN Movies: Your Ideal Star Wars Buddy
- Screen Crush: 'Star Wars: Rogue One' May Take a Cue From 'The Hateful Eight' and Go Super Widescreen
- MovieWeb: This 'Star Wars 7' Poster Can Be Yours on Force Friday
- MTV Movies Blog: The ‘Star Wars’ Facebook Page Just Perfectly Shut Down This Sexist Comment
- Comic Book Movie: 'Ashoka' Sets Out To Find A Sith Lord In New Clip From STAR WARS REBELS Season 2
Warner Bros’ Suicide Squad wrapped principle photography this week and director David Ayer commemorated the event by posting this crew photo to his Twitter account: It’s a wrap folks! #SuicideSquad #WarnerBros #DCcomics pic.twitter.com/1Rkvd9t3JX — David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) August 28, 2015 Suicide Squad was something of a surprise when first announced; an outlier on Warner Bros’ then-emerging DC Entertainment movie slate. It emerged from development quickly.
- Digital Spy: Director David Ayer reveals huge cast and crew photo as Suicide Squad wraps
- Screen Crush: 'Suicide Squad' Wraps Production With Massive Cast and Crew Photo
- Hollywood Reporter: David Ayer Marks End of 'Suicide Squad' Shoot With Cast and Crew Portrait
- Cinema Blend: Suicide Squad Shares An Epic Photo As Production Finally Wraps
- Variety: ‘Suicide Squad’: David Ayer Tweets Cast and Crew Photo on Final Day of Production
- Comic Book Movie: David Ayer's SUICIDE SQUAD Officially Wraps
- JoBlo: Filming wraps on David Ayer's Suicide Squad
- ScreenRant: Suicide Squad Crew Mark the End of Filming With Photos & Tattoos
- We Got This Covered: David Ayer Calls A Wrap With Epic Suicide Squad Cast Photo
- Dark Horizons: Robbie, Davis Talk "Suicide Squad" Roles
- HitFix: There is A LOT going on in this 'Suicide Squad' wrap photo
- MovieWeb: 'Suicide Squad' Wrap Photo Unites Cast, Guess Who's Missing?
- Latino Review: 'Suicide Squad': And That's All, Folks
- Entertainment Weekly: 'Suicide Squad' wrap photo is like a 'Where's Waldo?'
20th Century Fox’s Hitman: Agent 47 is but the latest addition to a long line of video game-turned films that have disappointed, both critically and commercially.
- The Wrap: ‘Borderlands’ Video Game Adaptation in Development at Lionsgate
- Entertainment Weekly: Lionsgate planning movie based on 'Borderlands' video game
- Screen Crush: Lionsgate to Make a Movie Based on 'Borderlands' Video Game
- AintItCool: Crazy awesome video game BORDERLANDS to be brought to the big screen!
- Digital Spy: Borderlands the game to become Borderlands the movie
- Dark Horizons: Lionsgate Plans A "Borderlands" Movie
- Dread Central: Borderlands Film Coming From Lionsgate
- IGN Movies: Lionsgate Is Developing a Borderlands Movie
- Latino Review: 'Borderlands' Movie in Development at Lionsgate
- SlashFilm: ‘Borderlands’ Movie in Development at Lionsgate
- JoBlo: Lionsgate to develop a film based on the Borderlands videogame
- Bleeding Cool: Handsome Jack On The Big Screen! Borderlands Movie In The Works
Steve Carell steps in to replace Bruce Willis in director Woody Allen's new untitled comedy, which is currently shooting in Los Angeles.
- Deadline: Steve Carell Replacing Bruce Willis In Woody Allen Movie
- Variety: Steve Carell to Replace Bruce Willis in Woody Allen’s Next Film
- Hollywood Reporter: Steve Carell Replaces Bruce Willis in Woody Allen Movie
- SlashFilm: Steve Carell Takes Bruce Willis Role in Woody Allen’s Latest
- Vulture: Steve Carrel Is Replacing Bruce Willis in Woody Allen’s New Movie
- JoBlo: Steve Carell steps in to replace Bruce Willis in Woody Allen's latest film
- Entertainment Weekly: Steve Carell joins Woody Allen's next movie, replacing Bruce Willis
- Screen Crush: Steve Carell Replaces Bruce Willis in Woody Allen's Next Film, Which Sounds About Right
- Coming Soon: Steve Carell Reunites with Woody Allen for 2016 Film
- Cinema Blend: It Sounds Like Bruce Willis Was Fired By Woody Allen
- Cinema Blend: Woody Allen Already Replaced Bruce Willis With This A-Lister
- SlashFilm: Joe Carnahan Still Directing ‘Five Against a Bullet,’ Bruce Willis No Longer on Board
Spying, civil liberties and the nature of democracy will be at the forefront of the 'Bourne 5' storyline.
- JoBlo: Matt Damon talks "post-Snowden world" set Bourne 5
- USA Today: Damon: New 'Bourne' is for 'post-Snowden world'
- Digital Spy: Matt Damon explains why he's returned for a "post-Snowden" Bourne 5: 'It feels like the world has changed'
- The Playlist: Matt Damon Talks "Post-Snowden World" Of 'Bourne 5'
- Screen Crush: Matt Damon Calls 'Bourne 5' a Story of the 'Post-Snowden World'
- Moviefone: Matt Damon Shares Cool 'Bourne' Sequel Plot and Production Updates
- Cinema Blend: Matt Damon On How Recent Political Scandals Helped Shape Bourne 5
- Badass Digest: BOURNE 5 Starts Filming Next Week! But What’s It About?
- Bleeding Cool: Matt Damon Talks Bourne Trilogy Sequel
- MTV Movies Blog: Matt Damon Will Finally Become Bourne Again Next Week
- Entertainment Weekly: Matt Damon talks about Snowden's influence on the Bourne franchise
Now that you've seen it, what did you think? The world is ours. Now playing in theaters everywhere is Max Joseph's We Are Your Friends, starring Zac Efron as a budding DJ in Los Angeles trying to make a name for himself. The fun cast in this dance music movie includes Wes Bentley, Emily Ratajkowski as Sophie, plus Jonny Weston, Shiloh Fernandez, Alex Shaffer and Jon Bernthal. Efron learns that he needs to trust himself to make the most of his creativity. So how is it? Does this actually have something to say? Is it worth seeing?
- IndieWire: How First-Time Director Max Joseph Got Zac Efron to Star in 'We Are Your Friends'
- AintItCool: Capone goes clubbing w/ WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS stars Zac Efron and Emily Ratajkowski a dir. Max Joseph
- Moviefone: Emily Ratajkowski Facts: 8 Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About the 'We Are Your Friends' Star
- Vulture: We Are Your Friends Works. I Can’t Believe It, Either.
- AintItCool: Capone struggles to find the heartbeat of WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS, starring Zac Efron
- Moviefone: What If 'Friends' Was All in Phoebe's Mind? Dark Fanfic Goes Viral
- Deadline: ‘We Are Your Friends’ Review: Zac Efron Takes On Sex, Drugs And Dance Music But Does He Score?
- USA Today: Review: 'Friends' a messy Millennial musical
- The Wrap: Zac Efron DJ Drama ‘We Are Your Friends’ Debuts Quietly at Thursday Box Office With $175,000
- Latino Review: Film Review: We Are Your Friends
- The Wrap: ‘We Are Your Friends’ Star Emily Ratajkowski’s Essential Playlist: Fetty Wap, Joni Mitchell, Austra
Blood Brothers is the latest vampire film production to see significant attention from a major motion picture studio. Based on the comic book series published by Dark Horse Comics and written by Mike Gagerman and Andrew Waller, the new film was pitched to MGM as a cross between Ghostbusters and Men in Black, with its two vampiric heroes thrown into a crisis of apocalyptic proportions. The film centers on the blood-sucking duo of Nick and Tree, whose thousand-year-old friendship has hit the skids.
- Coming Soon: Michael B. Jordan in Talks for Vampire Comedy Blood Brothers
- AintItCool: Michael B. Jordan to go from superhero to vampire in BLOOD BROTHERS!
- Shock Till You Drop: Michael B. Jordan in Talks for Vampire Comedy Blood Brothers
- The Wrap: Michael B. Jordan in Negotiations to Star in MGM’s Vampire Movie ‘Blood Brothers’
- Screen Crush: Michael B. Jordan in Talks for 'Blood Brothers' Vampire Action-Comedy
- Dread Central: Become Blood Brothers with Michael B. Jordan
- Entertainment Weekly: Michael B. Jordan may bare his fangs in MGM's 'Blood Brothers'
- JoBlo: Michael B. Jordan to vamp it up for Blood Brothers
- Cinema Blend: Michael B. Jordan Will Follow Fantastic Four With Another Comic Book Movie
- SlashFilm: Michael B. Jordan Moves Past ‘Fantastic Four’ Flop With New Comic Book Movie
- Comic Book Movie: FANTASTIC FOUR's Michael B. Jordan Set For Another Comic Book Movie
We’ve heard over and over that the characters from The Walking Dead won’t cross over with those in spin-off/prequel show Fear the Walking Dead. But there is something happening with the timelines of the two shows, and now we have word of a new intersection between the series. A special web series will take place during the Fear timeline — that is, in the earliest days of the walker outbreak. But it will be a little more walker-centric, as the series takes place on an airplane as walkers attack passengers. EW has the report.
- Coming Soon: Fear the Walking Dead to Introduce New Character in Web Series
- Shock Till You Drop: Fear the Walking Dead to Introduce New Character in Web Series
- Moviefone: Zombies on a Plane! AMC to Air 'Walking Dead' Special Tied to 'Fear' Season 2
- Vulture: AMC Is Planning a Stand-alone Web Series of Zombies on a Plane
- Variety: ‘The Walking Dead’ Standalone Web Series Will Connect with ‘Fear’
- Latino Review: 'The Walking Dead': Zombies on a Plane Headed to AMC!
- Dark Horizons: "Walking Dead" To Show In-Flight Outbreak
- Dread Central: New Free-To-Play Game The Walking Dead: Road to Survival Available Now
- Dread Central: Fear the Walking Dead Stand-Alone Special to Be a Flight of the Living Dead
It's time for Bryce Dallas Howard to head back into the jungle, only this time, instead of dinosaurs, she'll be after gold. The JURASSIC WORLD actress has joined the cast of Stephen Gaghan's (SYRIANA, TRAFFIC) upcoming mining drama, GOLD. Bryce Dallas Howard will be playing Kay, the longtime girlfriend of Matthew McConaughey's character, whose capacity and... Read More...
- Hollywood Reporter: 'Jurassic World' Actor Bryce Dallas Howard Joins Matthew McConaughey in 'Gold'
- Variety: Bryce Dallas Howard Joins Matthew McConaughey’s ‘Gold’
- Deadline: Bryce Dallas Howard Joins Matthew McConaughey In ‘Gold’
- Coming Soon: Bryce Dallas Howard Joins Matthew McConaughey in Gold
- The Wrap: Bryce Dallas Howard Finds ‘Gold’ in First Role After ‘Jurassic World’
- Dark Horizons: Howard Joins McConaughey In "Gold"
- The Playlist: Watch: Revisit 'Jurassic World' With These 8 Blu-ray Featurettes
- ScreenRant: Jurassic World Blu-ray Featurettes & Details Revealed
Since it's a boring weekend at the box office, I'll write about Pixar's puzzling decision to manufacture another "Cars" movie, despite objections from critics. read more
- Deadline: ‘Minions’ Masters $1B Global Box Office; Universal Sets Yet Another Industry Record
- Variety: ‘Minions’ Hits $1 Billion at Worldwide Box Office
- USA Today: 'Minions' party: Billion at box office
- Coming Soon: Minions Box Office Crosses $1 Billion
- Comic Book Movie: It Sounds Like TERMINATOR: GENISYS Might Not Be A Box Office Flop After All
- The Wrap: ‘Minions’ Marches Past $1 Billion at Worldwide Box Office, Becomes Third Highest-Grossing Animated Film Ever
- Entertainment Weekly: 'Minions' clears $1 billion at the worldwide box office
By Jason Henderson, Drew Edwards, Tony Salvaggio, and Julia Guzman Bleeding Cool welcomes back The Castle of Horror Podcast tonight, a weekly internet radio show where professional writers in the comics, games and book industries take a look at horror movies, choosing one movie a week to discuss in depth. They say: This week we kick off a retrospective series on found footage horror with a look at the grand-dame of them all, the original Blair Witch Project. It’s interesting to go back and look at this 1999 indy classic with fresh eyes.
- Dread Central: Scream Addicts Podcast #4 – Four-Color Frights: Walking Dead, Wytches, and the Wide World of Horror Comics
- IndieWire: PODCAST: Spike Lee, Quentin Tarantino and the Challenges of Making Movies Today
- Horror Society: Horror Society Radio Exclusive: Cast and Crew Of All 8 Films To Die For From The After Dark Film Festivals To Be Guests On The Calling Hours Horror Podcast Through The Month Of September
- Horror Society: Tuesday Night (9/1) on Horror Society Radio: The Calling Hours Horror Podcast Ep. 76: Wind Walkers Dori Sperko and Castille Landon
- Empire Magazine: Podcast 176: Ed Skrein
- The Playlist: Listen: 1.5 Hour Conversation With Peter Bogdanovich On Marc Maron's WTF Podcast
- Total Film: RadioRadar+ Podcast 17: Into the Turn-Based Tomb
There was much rejoicing when Spider-Man finally returned home to Marvel (although I guess a better term would be shared-custody) and Andrew Garfield, who played Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the last two films, recently told Uproxx that he couldn't be happier that Sony has finally joined up with Marvel: I’ve been petitioning to hook up with Marvel since the beginning, so... Read More...
- MovieWeb: Was Andrew Garfield Asked to Return for Marvel's 'Spider-Man'?
- IGN Movies: Andrew Garfield Wanted Spider-Man to Go to Marvel
- Comic Book Movie: Andrew Garfield On Whether He Was Ever Asked By Marvel To Return As SPIDER-MAN
- ScreenRant: Andrew Garfield Was ‘Petitioning’ For Spider-Man to Join The Avengers
- Total Film: Borderlands movie gears up with X-Men and Spider-Man producers
- MovieWeb: 'Borderlands' Movie Happening with 'Spider-Man' Producers
Author R.L. Stine is a master of all things that go bump in the night. His Goosebumps books and television series were a touchstone for kids and young adults alike. And now, the newest example of ’90s nostalgia has Sony bringing those stories to new life in a feature film. The Goosebumps film comes screaming into theaters everywhere this October, and now a new international version of the trailer has hit the web.
- Dread Central: New Goosebumps Trailer Brings the Monster Mash
- Coming Soon: New Goosebumps Trailer is Packed with Monsters!
- Shock Till You Drop: New Goosebumps Trailer is Packed with Monsters!
- JoBlo: Monsters a-plenty are released in new Goosebumps international trailer
- SlashFilm: ‘Goosebumps’ International Trailer Is a Mad Monster Party
- Screen Crush: 'Goosebumps' Trailer: R.L. Stine's Books Unleash Monster Mayhem
'Assassin's Creed' Head of Content Aymar Azaizia reveals new details about the adaptation, confirming it's set in the same universe as the games.
- Dark Horizons: "Assassin's Creed" Film Set In Game Continuity
- IGN Movies: Assassin's Creed Movie Features Shared Universe
- Coming Soon: Assassin’s Creed Movie Will Share Continuity with Game Franchise
- Film School Rejects: Assassin’s Creed and the Promise of the First Great Video Game Movie
- Comic Book Movie: Will ASSASSIN'S CREED Movie Take Place In The Same World As The Video Games?
We have what looks to be the first image of Doctor Kimiyo Hoshi or Doctor Light. The long black leather trench coat with this white trim gives the idea of Doctor Light, but with only seeing it from behind it’s just a guess. The rumor that the female version of Doctor Light was going to be on the series broke a few weeks back but no official casting announcement has been made. The images below were shot by a Canadian photographer who also caught a potential spoiler shot he posted later.
- Latino Review: Doctor Light Steps Into The Light on Set of 'The Flash'
- Coming Soon: New Footage Debuts in International The Flash Promo
- Comic Book Movie: THE FLASH: New Australian Promo Reveals Blue Speedster
- Comic Book Movie: 'Barry Allen''s Powers Get A Makeover In New Promo For Season Two Of THE FLASH
- Latino Review: Brand-New 'The Flash' Season 2 Promo
And Bryce Dallas Howard strikes 'Gold' with Matthew McConaughey
- The Wrap: ‘Argo’ Reunion: Chris Messina to Play Ben Affleck’s Partner in Crime in ‘Live By Night’
- Variety: Chris Messina to Co-Star With Ben Affleck in ‘Live By Night’
- Deadline: Chris Messina In Negotiations To Join Ben Affleck’s ‘Live By Night’
- Vulture: Ben Affleck Casts Chris Messina to Play His Friend (Just Like You’ve Always Wanted to Do)
- We Got This Covered: Chris Messina In Talks To Star Opposite Ben Affleck In Live By Night
Ahead of Avengers: Age of Ultron’s release on DVD and Blu-ray, a new extended scene reveals a pragmatic, somewhat darker side to Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders) and teases her possible allegiance in the upcoming Captain America: Civil War. The aftermath of Age of Ultron helped create a division in The Avengers and a growing cynicism in political powers about reining in so-called superheroes.
- Comic Book Movie: Extended AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Scene Teases Maria Hill's Arc In CIVIL WAR
- Moviefone: New 'Captain America: Civil War' Concept Art Reveals Avengers Taking Sides
- Fandango Movie Blog: New 'Captain America: Civil War' Concept Art Reveals Two Badass Superhero Teams
- IGN Movies: Star Wars, Civil War, and Video Game Movie News
- Filmonic: Captain America: Civil War Teams Revealed in Spectacular Promo Art
Marvel Comics Mads Mikkelsen might be our next Doctor Strange villain. Or he might not be. It depends on which outlet you’re willing to side with. Variety claims Marvel’s about to make an offer to the Danish wonder. Deadline claims the negotiations are still in a “very very preliminary stage” and that Mikkelsen is one of like a hundred guys all lining up for the part. You know what? It doesn’t matter.
- Digital Spy: Mads Mikkelsen tipped to face off against Benedict Cumberbatch in Doctor Strange
- Fandango Movie Blog: News Briefs: 'Doctor Strange' Eyes 'Hannibal' As Villain; Watch the Glory of 'The Iron Giant: Signature Edition' Trailer
- Fandango Movie Blog: News Briefs: 'Doctor Strange' Eyes 'Hannibal' As Villain; 'The Iron Giant' Returns to Theaters
- The Wrap: ‘Meet the Movie Press': ‘Doctor Strange,’ ‘Gambit’ Casting Updates and the Rise of Spoiler Culture (Video)
Diane Nelson, president of DC Entertainment and president and CCO of Warner Bros. Interactive will take the reigns of Warner Bros Consumer Products as well, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “With more and more of our consumer products business being directly driven by DC characters and storylines, a closer alignment of the divisions makes a lot of sense for us,” said Warner chairman and CEO Kevin Tsujihara.
- Hollywood Reporter: DC President Diane Nelson to Head Warner Bros. Consumer Products
- Variety: Diane Nelson Expands Role to Warner Bros. Consumer Products as Brad Globe Steps Down
- Deadline: Brad Globe To Step Down As Head Of Warner Bros. Consumer Products, Diane Nelson Taking Over In Interim
- The Wrap: Diane Nelson Expands Warner Bros. Duties to Include Consumer Products
Z for Zachariah opens today in limited release and to remind you of that here are a few clips from this little post-apocalyptic gem that might otherwise slip unnoticed. Between the next 5 clips there’s a bit over 5 minutes of footage from Z for Zachariah. Obviously if you want to go in knowing as little as […] Read Watch a Few Clips from Z for Zachariah on Filmonic.
- Vulture: Z for Zachariah Takes a Thrilling, Intimate Approach to Dystopia
- We Got This Covered: Z For Zachariah Review
- JoBlo: Review: Z for Zachariah
- FirstShowing.net: Check Out Mondo's Poster Art for Craig Zobel's Sci-Fi 'Z for Zachariah'
“War Room” may have crushed Zac Efron‘s “We Are Your Friends” at the box office on Thursday — the Christian drama grossed $600,000 compared to the meager $175,000 for “Friends” — but critics were decidedly less friendly than audiences. The Sony release garnered a Rotten Tomato score of 18 percent and reviewers called it “a mess,” “anti-feminist” and an “infantile depiction of prayer.” The drama follows a seemingly perfect family looking to fix their problems, so they turn to an older, wiser lady named Mis
- Variety: Box Office: Zac Efron Getting Outplayed by Faith-Based ‘War Room,’ ‘Compton’
- Deadline: ‘Straight Outta Compton’ Threepeat; Faith-Based ‘War Room’ Leading Newcomers So Far — Friday Matinees
- Entertainment Weekly: 'No Escape' reviews: What are the critics saying?
- Movies With Butter: Friday Matinee Box Office: "We Are Your Friends" Bombs; "No Escape" OK; "War Room" Overperforms
I guess the return of Star Wars means sci-fi is back in vogue. Deadline reports Jon Hamm is in talks to appear in Marjorie Prime. Adapted from the 2015 Pulitzer Prize finalist for drama by Jordan Harrison, it follows “an elderly, arthritic former violinist named Marjorie, staring headlong into the decline of old age as her memories begin to fail her.
'America doesn't bail out the losers,' explains real-estate rascal
Ryan Downey talks to brothers John Erick and Drew Dowdle about their insane new action movie 'No Escape', which is destined to be a cult classic.
Just because Steve Jobs is called Steve Jobs, doesn’t mean it’s just about Steve Jobs. In fact, star Kate Winslet says, it’s “almost not about Steve Jobs at all.” Because really, “The film is about all of us.” She’s speaking symbolically, of course, but it does sound like the film has much more on its mind than just the man in the title. In a new interview, Winslet dishes on the themes of the movie, her “extraordinary, feisty” character, and much more.
- Variety: Director Alex Gibney Compares Steve Jobs to James Brown
- Badass Digest: STEVE JOBS Looks Down On Us In New Poster
The Empire Strikes Back trailer is recut to resemble The Force Awakens and Harry Potter becomes the villain in today's Nerd Alert.
Next week, expect another slew of thinkpieces about faith-based audiences spending big bucks at the multiplex. Why? Well, micro-budget Christian movie "War Room," being distributed Sony's faith-film outlet Affirm Films, is on track to make a sneak attack at the box office this weekend. In fact, it beat Zac Efron's "We Are Your Friends" in receipts on Thursday night. And not wasting a moment, Sony is using the opportunity to promote their next movie for the holy.
- Dark Horizons: First Trailer: Kevin Reynold's "Risen"
- Coming Soon: New Risen Trailer Featuring Joseph Fiennes and Tom Felton
Join the movement to change the world. Fox Searchlight has debuted another trailer for the documentary He Named Me Malala, profiling the life and activism of Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai. We've featured one trailer for this previously and it looks like a very inspiring, very moving, heartfelt look at Malala's ambition and her relationship with her father. We expect this film to start getting more and more buzz as it shows up at film festivals this fall, between Telluride and Toronto, before opening in theaters in October.
- Bleeding Cool: He Named Me Malala Trailer Online
- SlashFilm: ‘He Named Me Malala’ Trailer: Malala Yousafzai Speaks Out
In the first trailer for the Colin Hanks documentary “All Things Must Pass,” we see the events that led to the rise — and eventual fall — of iconic record store chain Tower Records. In 1999, Tower Records made $1 billion. In 2006, the company filed for bankruptcy. The documentary charts the store’s rise to prominence as an international chain to the conditions that led to its downfall. The film also features interviews with music legends like Elton John, Bruce Springsteen and Dave Grohl.
A new report reveals adult film producer Axel Braun has offered Ronda Rousey $5 million to star in a 'Captain Marvel' porn parody.
- Dark Horizons: Rousey Offered "Captain Marvel" Porn Parody
- Comic Book Movie: Ronda Rousey Offered CAPTAIN MARVEL Role, But Not In The Film You'd Expect...
HBO and Vice have unveiled the first look at their upcoming special “Fixing the System,” in which President Barack Obama visits the El Reno federal prison in Oklahoma and meets with inmates. The special marks the first time a sitting president has ever visited a federal prison. “There was a strong political incentive, I think, to continually be tough on drugs,” Obama says of the growing civil rights crisis.
Tim Hill, who directed 'Hop' and the first 'Alvin and the Chipmunks', is set to co-write and direct the 'Oh! Heavenly Dog' for Fox 2000.
- Hollywood Reporter: Chevy Chase's 'Oh! Heavenly Dog' to Get Remake With 'Hop' Director (Exclusive)
- Coming Soon: Oh Heavenly Dog Gets a Remake at 20th Century Fox
“Straight Outta Compton” just got a significantly less gangster trailer. YouTube user Kern Saxton recut scenes from the blockbuster biopic to make a 4-minute trailer set to Ben Folds’ cover of Dr. Dre‘s “Bitches Ain’t Shit,” a track from the rapper’s first solo album, “The Chronic.” The song attacks N.W.A.
- Entertainment Weekly: Four reasons 'Straight Outta Compton' made N.W.A the Boyz of summer
- BoxOfficeMojo: Analysis: Friday Report: 'Compton' Three-peats
Dubsmash videos have been popular among celebrities for a bit now, with Hayley Atwell and the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. cast notably engaging in a Dubsmash war to the delight of pretty much the entire internet. For the uninitiated: Dubsmash is an app that lets you record brief clips of yourself and / or your friends lip-syncing to your favorite songs. You may also not have known that Tom Hardy has been making a bunch of these videos for a while now. Continue reading…
The Weinstein Company gives the green light to director Lee Daniels' Richard Pryor biopic, starring Mike Epps, Eddie Murphy and Oprah Winfrey.
Brando in his own wordsAn acting titan, man of gargantuan appetites and island-owning maverick, it’ll take more than the umpteen tomes written about him to unmask the real Marlon Brando. Fortunately, there’s a new documentary to help with that. Listen To Me Marlon is a Brando-led trail that, via thus-far unheard audio tapes, leads the viewer through the mind of the great man.
Two women grace the poster for the highly anticipated romance The Danish Girl, which premieres next week at the Venice Film Festival before opening in theaters on Nov. 27. The love story aspect of the film is signaled right up front, with rapidly rising star Alicia Vikander (Ex Machina...
With the festivals looming, we take our first stab at what the Oscar race will look like.
31 year old Alex Ross Perry is in an enviable position for a young filmmaker. After just four films, two of which not many audiences have seen outside of hardcore cineastes, the director has been minted by the critical intelligentsia of cinema.
- Badass Digest: QUEEN OF EARTH Is An Unsettling Study Of Self-Importance
It’s the kind of rumor that looks really great in a headline. What if a Pacific Rim sequel brought Godzilla, the King of the Monsters, into the fold? What if director Guillermo del Toro’s giant robots battled the legendary creature in the ultimate battle royale? The rumor has been gaining steam and we hate to be the ones to burst anyone’s bubble, but this isn’t going to happen. Continue reading…
- Cinema Blend: Godzilla In Pacific Rim 3? Guillermo Del Toro Wants It
The “killer kid” is one of horror cinema’s most provocative concepts because the mere concept gleefully pushes as many buttons as it possibly can. No matter what happens, a symbol of youthful innocence is going to be impossibly corrupted, especially if the adults decide to fight back against their pint-sized aggressors. The upcoming horror comedy Cooties isn’t shy about the fact that it’s about zombie children murdering their way across an elementary school and a new piece of art from the film doubles down on this glorious bad taste. Continue reading…
Fox Searchlight is on a roll this week.
Former Guns and Roses guitarist Slash is producing a horror movie written by the guy behind 'Boogeyman 2' and 3.
- Dread Central: Slash Producing 80s Style Throwback Slasher Film
Fox has released 14 new character images for the second season of Gotham. The shots include mainstays Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie), Harvey Bullock (Donal Logue), Oswald Cobblepot (Robin Lord Taylor) and more while also showing some of the newcomers like Theo Galavan (James Frain), Lucius Fox (Chris Chalk) and Nathaniel Barnes (Michael Chiklis). Surprisingly absent from the group is Edward Nigma (Cory Michael Smith) and Jerome (Cameron Monaghan). Gotham returns for its second season starting September 21st on Fox. 14 Character Images For Gotham Season 2
- Comic Book Movie: New GOTHAM Season 2 Promo Takes Us Inside The Would-Be Batcave
This fall, EllenÂ Page will playÂ Stacie Andree in Peter Solletâs Freeheld, the story about a lesbian couple who challenge domestic-partner rights after one of them is diagnosed with lung cancer. Delighted to be bringing Stacie and partner Laurel Hesterâs (played by Julianne Moore) struggle...
Jerzy Skolimowski knows how to rattle an audience. He's the co-writer behind Roman Polanski's "Knife In The Water," his last feature "Essential Killing" cast Vincent Gallo as an Afghan POW, and now he's back on the festival circuit with "11 Minutes." And it looks like one that you can only dare to ignore. Starring Richard Dormer, Wojciech Mecwaldowski, Andrzej Chyra, Dawid Ogrodnik, and Paulina Chapko captures various slices of life in Warsaw all in eleven minute fragments, with everything pulling together for a grand finale.
On the latest episode of Key & Peele, the “dynamic comedy duo” think up their own explanation on how Gremlins 2: The New Batch was created. The video is Uncensored (for some bad language) Key and Peele Get More: Comedy Central,Funny Videos,Funny TV Shows Sound off in the comments but don’t make it too, awkward….
In 2011, French game developer Ubisoft opened a new film division called Ubisoft Motion Pictures. The intention was for the studio to maintain complete creative control over film and television adaptations of their games, a level of control no other studio would be willing to give the company. It came as no surprise that their first film project was going to be based on the developer’s hit franchise Assassin’s Creed.
How a young actor is out to change Hollywood -- by proving that films like "Harry Potter" and "The Fault in Our Stars" are seriously lacking some color.
J.K. Rowing responded to the criticism that the cast of 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' is not diverse enough.
Bill Murray will take you anywhere as long as he has his 20% in the upcoming comedy Rock the Kasbah. Check out the new trailer below. “A down-on-his-luck music manager discovers a teenage girl with an extraordinary voice while on a music tour in Afghanistan and takes her to Kabul to compete on the popular television […] Read The Show Must Go On in the Trailer for Rock the Kasbah on Filmonic.
Regardless of your feelings about Avengers: Age of Ultron, seeing the process of creation for a movie like that one is always fascinating. With so many moving parts to juggle, from actors and their characters and storylines to locations, effects, and all the post-production details, there are innumerable tricks and secrets to learn. Yesterday we saw an Age of Ultron featurette showing some of the creation of Vision; today we have three more. One explains the effects that brought some powers to life.
One of the grittiest, and dare I say best, police dramas ever to grace our television sets will soon be receiving a 4K face-lift setting in motion a Blu-ray release and updated streaming. The Shield, which ran for seven seasons on FX, followed Vic Mackey (Michael Chiklis) and his Strike Team as they used a variety of morally questionable methods to keep the streets clean and their pockets full. Series... Read More...
Amazon will release vinyl soundtracks to 5 classic 80s movies this October, including one for 'The Goonies' 30th Anniversary.
Actor James Woods‘ attempt to sue an anonymous Twitter critic was met with a blistering response from the social media giant on Friday in a court filing much longer than 140 characters. In late July, the “Casino” star filed a defamation suit against a Twitter user by the name “Abe List” for referring to Woods as a “cocaine addict” during a political discussion Woods was engaged in with his followers. Woods and attorneys took their outrage to the Los Angeles Superior Court where the so-called “reckless and malicious behavior” was met with a
The Orchard The line between immaturity and adulthood isn’t a fine one. It comes in stages, and it’s wiggly, and it can differ from person to person.
Gross: $26,364,020Total: $111,087,490
2. Mission: Impossible Rogue NationGross: $11,451,746Total: $157,514,785
3. Sinister 2Gross: $10,542,116Total: $10,542,116
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Gross: $7,317,374Total: $26,534,214