Development News

'Men in Black 4' to Feature a Female Lead The BBC news beat report that Sony Pictures is developing "Men in Black 4" with the intention to feature a lead female character for the new film. "There will be a prominent woman in black in the fourth [film]," said producer Laurie MacDonald. MacDonald’s producing partner and husband Walter Parkes said, “We are quite early on in it," he said. "We sort of looked at the first three in retrospect as a bit of a trilogy."Parkes continued, "We tried to tell a story about those two characters and that relationship," Parkes said.

Check Out a Bunch of Clips from Sylvester Stallone’s Creed Rocky is back, again, only this time he isn’t the one boxing in the ring. Creed is out today and to celebrate the occasion I picked a few clips from the highly anticipated sports drama. Yes, I did say highly anticipated because Rocky is back in what seems to be a good movie and tracking […] Read Check Out a Bunch of Clips from Sylvester Stallone’s Creed on Filmonic.

Awfully Good: Rocky IV + Rocky V (Video) This year I'm thankful for CREED bringing Rocky Balboa back in to our lives…   Rocky IV (1985)   Director: Sylvester Stallone Stars: Sylvester Stallone, Dolph Lundgren, Talia Shire   Rocky Balboa prepares for the fight of his life—defeating the USSR and ending the Cold War. I recognize that ROCKY IV is a pretty bad film, but, man,... Read More...

Tom Cruise In Talks To Headline Universal's Monster Universe; Star In Reboot Of THE MUMMY It sounds like Universal Pictures is really looking for the highest level of A-list talent to headline their upcoming shared monster movie universe as a day after news broke that Academy Award-winner Angelina Jolie (Maleficent) was being courted for Bride Of Frankenstein, Variety has learned that global superstar Tom Cruise (Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation) is currently in talks to star in Universal's reboot of The Mummy, subsequently lending a helping hand to Universal as they work toward launching their monster universe.  Plot details are scarce, but the film

It’s getting harder to tell Ryan Reynolds and Deadpool apart. They speak with the same voice now and one or both of them will be at the São Paulo Comic Con Experience in Brazil this December. Deadpool (or Reynolds) cut a new video helpfully explaining the whole thing: #FoxNaCCXP Ei, nerd! O Deadpool tem um recado MUITO importante pra você! A 20th Century Fox ESTARÁ NA #CCXP2015 e fará um painel no evento na sexta-feira, dia 04/12, com conteúdos exclusivos e convidados especiais! Acompanhe as novidades por aqui, daremos mais detalhes em breve!


Review: Creed

JoBlo - Mon, 2015-11-23 20:27

Review: Creed PLOT: Adonis (Michael B. Jordan) – the illegitimate son of former champ Apollo Creed – travels to Philadelphia in order to train with his father's former nemesis-turned best friend, the legendary Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone). REVIEW: When I first heard director Ryan Coogler (FRUITVALE STATION) wanted to do a ROCKY-spin off focused on Apollo Creed's (memorably played by Carl... Read More...

'Fantastic Four' Sequel Unsurprisingly Removed From Fox's Release Schedule “I think everything's open to discussion. No decision has been made on anything yet like that. There's chats everyone's going to have on the phone at some point," Mark Millar said in September about the potential plans for the "Fantastic Four" sequel, which at that point was still booked for a June 9, 2017 release. But as expected, the heroes won't be returning on that date. 20th Century Fox has pulled "Fantastic Four 2" from the calendar, which is hardly surprising for the critically reviled, fanboy-loathed reboot.

News Briefs: First Look at Gal Gadot in 'Wonder Woman' Wonder Woman: Gal Gadot shared the first official photo from Wonder Woman. The film has now begun production, and the photo shows Gadot in costume, although covered up, with London's famous Big Ben in the background. The cast includes Chris Pine, Robin Wright, Danny Huston and David Thewlis; the movie is set for release on June 23, 2017. [Twitter/]   Image: Everett Riddick: Vin Diesel says that his company is planning a television series as a spin-off from the...Read MoreRead Comments

Creed Wins Both the Fight and the Night Warner Bros. You’d be forgiven for lacking much in the way of anticipation towards the seventh film in a nearly forty year-old franchise. Sure, the early entries back in the ’70s and ’80s remain immensely entertaining and memorable, but the same can’t quite be said for the more recent films.

Subscribe to this RSS topic: Syndicate content