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Check out the posters for all of the sequels to 22 Jump Street Arguably the funniest moment of 22 JUMP STREET came during the closing credits, and those of you who have seen the movie might appreciate this more than those who haven’t. I enjoyed the movie a lot; it was certainly more satirical this time around taking aim at sequels. Perhaps my only complaint about the movie was the repetition of some of the jokes. The final moments however redeemed all of that when we were... Read More...

Check out the posters for all of the sequels to 22 Jump Street Arguably the funniest moment of 22 JUMP STREET came during the closing credits, and those of you who have seen the movie might appreciate this more than those who haven’t. I enjoyed the movie a lot; it was certainly more satirical this time around taking aim at sequels. Perhaps my only complaint about the movie was the repetition of some of the jokes. The final moments however redeemed all of that when we were... Read More...

Phil Lord and Christopher Miller may direct adaptation of The Rosie Project Do you know what CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS, THE LEGO MOVIE, and 21 JUMP STEET have in common? With the exception of Jump Street, they were all directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller and many thought they all sounded like terrible ideas. Today, these guys and their Midas hands have the trust of suits and more importantly moviegoers; the duo has just signed on to develop and possibly direct THE ROSIE... Read More...

Cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema Recruited by MI6 for 'Bond 24' Here's your dose of awesome news for the day. After working on Christopher Nolan's Interstellar and Spike Jonze's Her, cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema is set to work on Eon's Bond 24 next. With shooting confirmed to start in December this year despite script delays, production is coming together and that includes solidifying the crew for the next Bond movie. We know that Sam Mendes from Skyfall is back at the helm, which is also great news.

Alex Kurtzman Teases a “Much Darker” Venom Venom may have a few things in common with Spider-Man, but for Venom writer/director Alex Kurtzman, the appeal of the character lies in what sets him apart. Namely, the fact that he’s a “much darker” personality than your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.

'23 Jump Street' Moves Forward Rodney Rothman, one of the three credited writer for 22 Jump Street, has been hired by Sony Pictures to pen the script for third Jump Street movie, according to Deadline. Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill are both expect back to reprise their roles and are producing the movie with Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, and Neal Mortiz. read more

Ron Howard And Tom Hanks Reunite For Inferno It’s once again time to dive into the world of symbologist Robert Langdon as director Ron Howard and actor Tom Hanks adapt the Dan Brown novel Inferno. According to Deadline, filming will start in April with a script by David Koepp and Brian Grazer returning to produce. In Inferno, Langdon awakens in an Italian hospital with amnesia.

James Bond 24 Looking for an Iconic Henchman? The James Bond 24 production is looking to cast an iconic henchman, says MI6. According to the site, Daniel Craig's 007 will be facing a "physically imposing henchman" in the November 6, 2015.

New image from Tom McCarthy's The Cobbler starring Adam Sandler The 2014 Toronto International Film Festival is warming up and the first few films in the line-up have started to share some first or new images. Earlier today you saw Arnold Schwarzenegger taking care of his Zombie daughter, now it’s time to see Adam Sandler as THE COBBLER. I swear these sound like passed over SNL sketches the more I read about them. THE COBBLER is the latest from WIN WIN, THE VISITOR, and... Read More...

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