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Indiana Jones digs up familiar writer to pen script for fifth adventure With news of a fifth Indiana Jones film on the way in 2019 that will reunite Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg for another archaelogical adventure, there was a lot of optimistic enthusiasm for the project among fans. While KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL may have been the lesser of the Indy movies, the series is still batting .750 when it comes to the franchise as a whole... and 3-out-of-4 films being good to... Read More...

Cinephile Christmas is just a couple of months away. We've already crossed our fingers on the 20 Films We Hope To See At The 2016 Cannes Film Festival, and while there have been no official announcements yet, as always, rumors are starting to fly.

Outrage Watch: Your worst 'Indiana Jones 5' fears are coming true Today in outrage, "Indiana Jones" fans are screaming bloody murder over the announcement that "Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" screenwriter David Koepp has boarded the project.http://www.hitfix.com

Star Wars and Indiana Jones Prints Coming From Mondo Pop culture art company Mondo announced this morning that they are teaming with ACME Archives to create and offer licensed prints for Star Wars and Indiana Jones. Of course you now that Mondo has the Star Wars license for a very short time where they created some of the most amazing Star Wars art outside of Drew Struzan‘s iconic illustrated posters. This included original trilogy sets by Olly Moss and Tyler Stout. This new partnership could bring us some real amazingness as Mondo works with some of the top arts today.

Bruce Willis Wants to Win You Back With a 'Death Wish' Remake A remake of Charles Bronson’s gritty 1974 classic Death Wish has been in the works for several years, though it didn’t seem likely that Paramount and MGM would get this thing off the ground. Enter Bruce Willis and the directing duo behind the Quentin Tarantino-endorsed indie crime thriller Big Bad Wolves, and you’ve got yourself a Death Wish remake. Continue reading…

Bruce Willis Wants to Win You Back With a 'Death Wish' Remake A remake of Charles Bronson’s gritty 1974 classic Death Wish has been in the works for several years, though it didn’t seem likely that Paramount and MGM would get this thing off the ground. Enter Bruce Willis and the directing duo behind the Quentin Tarantino-endorsed indie crime thriller Big Bad Wolves, and you’ve got yourself a Death Wish remake. Continue reading…

According to a report over at Deadline Paramount and MGM have given their new Death Wish movie to directers  Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado.    The Israeli duo burst onto the scene with their debut Rabies and cemented their reputation in the fantastic cinema circle with their followup Big Bad Wolves in 2013.

J.J. Abrams-Produced Sci-Fi Thriller ‘God Particle’ Gets 2017 Release Date Just about any movie involving J.J. Abrams begins life in his famous “mystery box,” from intimate thrillers (10 Cloverfield Lane) to record-breaking blockbusters (Star Wars: The Force Awakens). Some of them, however, stay there longer than others. Like the Julius Onah-directed God Particle. We first heard about the project all the way back in 2012, and while we’ve gotten periodic updates on it since then, most of the concrete details remain under lock and key. As of today, however, we do finally know when all will be revealed.

Here's what the critics are saying about 'Zoolander No. 2' Apparently the Derek Zoolander Center for Kids Who Can’t Read Good And Want to Learn to Do Other Stuff Good Too could use a new class on how to make long-awaited sequels. In the vein of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, Zoolander 2 revives a beloved, quotable comedy that built a...

Review: ‘Zoolander 2’ Starring Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Penélope Cruz & Will Ferrell The bend/break rules of comedic malleability are well established, but do not forget the dictum that schtick barely expands. If cinema has taught us anything, it’s that there's nearly a zero-tolerance policy for the comedy sequel, one of the most difficult nuts to crack. And while comedy follow-ups are something Paramount Pictures have been curiously invested in of late ("Hot Tub Time Machine 2," “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues”), “Zoolander 2,” Ben Stiller’s largely tiresome, predictable and belated sequel to his 2001 fashion-world comedy, is not a wise bet.

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