1:35 PM 5/7/2013 by Jeff Giles
It wasn't that long ago that Michelle Rodriguez spoiled some important plot developments in a Fast and Furious sequel (and spilled a few Avatar beans in the bargain) -- and now it looks like she's at it again. Speaking with DesdeHollywood about the upcoming Fast & Furious 6, Rodriguez let slip that Jason Statham -- who's been rumored for a role in a future sequel -- is indeed joining the cast for next year's Fast & Furious 7.
latino-review.com – Universal Pictures has released a new poster for “R.I.P.D.” starring Ryan Reynolds, Jeff Bridges, Kevin Bacon, Stephanie Szostak, Mary-Louise Parker, Marisa Miller, Mike O’Malley, James Hong, and Robert Knepper. The film is directed by Robert Schwentke from a screenplay written by Matt Manfredi, and Phil Hay. 2 weeks 11 hours ago via brucelee
4:28 PM 5/2/2013 by Jeff Giles
They did well enough to spawn something of a franchise, but Columbia's Ghost Rider movies weren't exactly popular with fans of the comic book character, which is why -- although it pains us to consider a future in which Nicolas Cage will no longer have the opportunity to play a stunt cyclist whose alter ego is a demon-powered flaming skeleton -- it's all kinds of good news that Rider's rights have reverted back to Marvel.
4:07 PM 5/2/2013 by Jeff Giles
After all that back and forth over when and how he was going to film Robopocalypse, Steven Spielberg eventually ended up going in a different direction entirely: His next project will reportedly be an adaptation of the bestselling book American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S.
collider.com – Pacific Rim owes a great debt to Japan. Director Guillermo del Toro's upcoming film draws from the country's monster movies and manga, and in a new Japanese trailer, del Toro acknowledges these influences. Pacific Rim doesn't look like a homage as much as it appears to simply be the loving offspring of some of Japan's most beloved entertainment. 2 weeks 5 days ago via donnieyen
9:16 PM 4/30/2013 by Binh Ngo
We learned from Bruce Willis back in February that Die Hard 6 is in the works, but no details other than that. Today comes word that a British screenwriter is working on the story treatment, and it has a working title of Die Hardest.
fb.indiewire.com – "A Good Day To Die Hard" was fucking awful, but here's the thing: it made a shitpile of money. While American audiences mostly shrugged, international audiences lined up and taking in $302 million worldwide, it has become the third best performing entry in the franchise. So of course, Fox is thinking about getting John McClane back in action before Bruce Willis really and truly is too old for this shit. 3 weeks 12 hours ago via brucelee
7:50 PM 4/29/2013 by Binh Ngo
The previous attempt at a Gears of War adaptation got derailed by creative differences between New Line and the videogame company Epic Games, which, ultimately, resulted in New Line giving up on the movie. It took nearly half a year to find a new producer, but the movie adaptation is getting another chance.
2:38 PM 4/29/2013 by Jeff Giles
There are movies that want to make us laugh, movies that want to make us cry, and movies that want to try and help us learn something important about the human condition. And then there are movies that exist for no other reason than to stimulate the robot-and-monster-fueled pleasure center deep in the heart of our inner eight-year-old boy.