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Rings Has Been Delayed Into 2017 Poor Rings. The film has had a rough go of it, with it already being delayed two times. Well, it has just seen one more, moving from a lucrative October spot to February 3rd 2017, Variety report. It’s a pretty sudden move, with the film originally slated for not too far away. There is no official reason for the move either, but there is speculation that it might be about financials and Paramount’s lackluster showing this summer. Lets hope this really is the last move for the film.

Rings moves from Halloween to Valentine's Day; Friday the 13th pushed back Ah, the month of February! Love is in the air, flowers are starting to bloom and chocolate flows in the rivers. It's the perfect time for romance, merrymaking and SCARING THE SHIT OUT OF YOUR LOVED ONES. Oh yeah, February, you got a new visitor coming your way. Yes, Paramount has announced (via Variety) that the franchise reboot, RINGS, has just been pushed from the seemingly appropriate month of... Read More...

Monster Trucks Expected to Bomb, Will Lose Paramount $115M Paramount posts an expected $115 million loss for an upcoming movie many expect to be Monster Trucks, which could be the first big bomb of 2017.

The Reason Why ‘G.I. Joe 3’ Is Delayed It’s been a long time since we heard anything about G.I. Joe 3. The last development on the sequel had up and coming writer Aaron Berg brought on board as a writer, and before that D.J. Caruso was hired to be at the helm of the movie instead of G.I. Joe: Retaliation director Jon M. Chu. We’re not sure if either of those two talents are still involved with the project, but it doesn’t sound like G.I. Joe 3 is going to happen anytime soon thanks to the busy schedule of Dwayne Johnson. Find out what’s going on with G.I. Joe 3 after the jump. G.I.

2 New Actors Sign On For Death Wish Remake The Bruce Willis lead remake of the 1974 film Death Wish has added two more actors. Vincent D’Onofrio (Marvel’s Daredevil) and Dean Norris (Breaking Bad) have signed on to the new Eli Roth adaptation of the book by Brian Garfield. The story follows a man named Paul Kersey (Willis) whose world is destroyed by a violent crime against his wife and daughter. When the criminals are not brought to justice, Kersey takes to the streets to hunt them himself. Charles Bronson played Kersey the first time and in four sequels over twenty years.

2 New Actors Sign On For Death Wish Remake The Bruce Willis lead remake of the 1974 film Death Wish has added two more actors. Vincent D’Onofrio (Marvel’s Daredevil) and Dean Norris (Breaking Bad) have signed on to the new Eli Roth adaptation of the book by Brian Garfield. The story follows a man named Paul Kersey (Willis) whose world is destroyed by a violent crime against his wife and daughter. When the criminals are not brought to justice, Kersey takes to the streets to hunt them himself. Charles Bronson played Kersey the first time and in four sequels over twenty years.

The CW was developing a Friday the 13th Crystal Lake TV series to explore the origins of Jason Vorhees. In April, it was reported that The CW had passed on the pilot. Today’s CW executive session for the Television Critics Association was the first chance to ask CW president Mark Pedowitz officially what went wrong. During the panel, Pedowitz briefly confirmed that he was no longer developing the series. Speaking with reporters further after the panel, Pedowitz explained why Friday the 13th didn’t work. “We had better pilots,” Pedowitz said.

Friday the 13th Reboot: Breck Eisner in Talks to Direct In today’s world of franchise properties dominating the cinematic landscape, studios often waste no time greenlighting a follow-up to just about any film that does well at the box office. With that in mind, it’s quite surprising that it’s been nearly 8 years since the Platinum Dunes remake of Friday the 13th hit theaters, and fans are still waiting on the arrival of the next Jason adventure.

'INDIANA JONES 5' WIll Not Be Indy's Final Adventure The Hollywood Reporter had a chance to sit and chat with Disney CEO Bob Iger. They discussed everything from Pixar to Marvel to Lucasfilm.While discussing Lucasfilm THR asked about the future of Indiana Jones. Steven Spielberg has confirmed that he will direct the fifth installment and that Harrison Ford will once again reprise the role of the intrepid archaeologist, but what will happen after that? Will Disney want to create an Indiana Jones universe similar to what they have with Star Wars and Marvel?Thankfully no. Iger said:"Not like Star Wars, no.

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