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News Briefs: 'Bad Boys 3' Gets New Title, Release Date Bad Boys 3: Will Smith and Martin Lawrence will star in the third installment of the Bad Boys franchise, which has just been officially titled Bad Boys for Life. The movie's release date has also been delayed once again, this time from June 2, 2017 to January 2, 2018. Last year we heard that Joe Carnahan (The Grey) was rewriting the script and will direct, which he has confirmed via social media. [THR] ‘Bad Boys 3’ Pushed To 2018 Gets New Title ‘Bad Boys For...Read MoreRead Comments

Check Out This New 60-Sec TV Spot And International Poster For INFERNO Sony Pictures has released a 60-sec TV Spot & international poster for the hotly-anticipated sequel INFERNO, starring Tom Hanks, Felicity Jones, Irrfan Khan, Omar Sy, Ben Foster, and Sidse Babett Knudsen.

Ron Howard on why he skipped over The Lost Symbol in favor of Inferno Ron Howard's adaptations of Dan Brown's hugely popular series of novels centering around Harvard symbology expert Robert Langdon haven't exactly kept to the same order as the books. The first film (THE DA VINCI CODE) was based on the second book while the second film (ANGELS & DEMONS) was based on the first. Dan Brown's fourth novel in the series is the... Read More...

Watch the New 'Inferno' Trailer, Plus: 5 Burning Questions with Director Ron Howard Director Ron Howard and star Tom Hanks reunite yet again on the big screen this October 28 in Inferno, their third adaptation of a Dan Brown-penned nail-biter, following 2006's The Da Vinci Code and 2009's Angels & Demons. Hanks is back as symbologist Robert Langdon, this time tasked with saving the world from a man-made plague created in the hopes of solving the planet's overpopulation crisis.  With Langdon battling a case of amnesia, he'll need the assistance of a...Read MoreRead Comments

Inferno Trailer Has Tom Hanks' Robert Langdon Saving the World Famed symbologist Robert Langdon races against the clock to foil a deadly global plot in Rob Howard's Inferno.

Inferno Posters: Tom Hanks is Back as Robert Langdon The Robert Langdon franchise has long been one of the stranger ones in Hollywood. Based on a series of novels by Dan Brown (about symbolist Robert Langdon) that have always sold a ton of copies but never gotten much critical respect, the films (2006’s The Da Vinci Code and 2009’s Angels & Demons), combine action and chase scenes with academic and theological talk, as well as villains always connected in some way with the Catholic Church.

Now that Sony Pictures has their Gunslinger and The Man in Black, the studio has set a new release date for The Dark Tower. Adapted from the Stephen King work and directed by Nikolaj Arcel, the film will now open a month later on Feb. 17, 2017, EW has learned.  Idris Elba (Beasts of No...

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