Summit Entertainment, LLC There are many reasons to hope that Child 44 does well. First, this period-set drama involving a serial killer looks really good — a well-acted grown-up movie that reminds me of the brilliant, under-seen Red Riding trilogy (and hardly just because it also features Paddy Considine), only this partially true child-murderer story takes place a few decades earlier and in the Soviet Union.
- Digital Spy: Tom Hardy and Gary Oldman hunt a murderer in first trailer for Child 44
- Dark Horizons: First Trailer: Hardy, Oldman In "Child 44"
- Hollywood Reporter: Tom Hardy Searches for a Ruthless Murderer in New 'Child 44' Trailer
- The Wrap: Tom Hardy Hunts a Serial Killer in First ‘Child 44′ Trailer (Video)
This weekend, Paramount Pictures invites you to do a little time-traveling. In the new feature PROJECT ALMANAC, a group of teens discover a most excellent adventure without the aid of Bill and Ted. While there is a whole lot of fun found in their discoveries, you cant travel back in time without a few hiccups ruining the thrill. Recently at the junket for the new film, I had the great opportunity to... Read More...
No, I’m not talking about summer 2016. In a rare move Paramount pushed Mission: Impossible 5 up instead of delaying it. New date is July 31st 2015, six months from now and five months sooner than we were expecting. Instead of having to wait until December 25th we’ll now get Mission: Impossible 5 a good […] Read Mission: Impossible 5 Moves to Summer on Filmonic.
- ScreenRant: ‘Mission: Impossible 5′ Moves Up to Summer 2015
- Digital Spy: Tom Cruise's Mission: Impossible 5 shifted forward to summer release
- FirstShowing.net: Paramount Bumps up 'Mission: Impossible 5' to Summer 2015 Date
- The Playlist: Paramount Moves Up 'Mission: Impossible 5' To This July
- IGN Movies: Mission: Impossible 5 Now Opening This Summer
- Deadline: IMAX Stock Buoyed By ‘Mission: Impossible’ Switch And Box Office Sales
- Empire Magazine: Mission: Impossible 5 Moved Up To July
I've been following the unraveling of the Crow reboot for a few months now. After an interview came to light that gave fans hope for the film, with series creator James O'Barr explaining how he came to support the project and outlining how passionately director F. Javier Gutierrez and star Luke Evans rallied to get him onboard, things began falling apart. Just over a month later, Gutierrez left the project.
- We Got This Covered: Luke Evans Exits The Crow Reboot
- Bleeding Cool: Luke Evans Exits The Crow Reboot
- Empire Magazine: Luke Evans Officially Off The Crow Reboot
- JoBlo: Luke Evans officially drops out of Corin Hardy's The Crow reboot
- Badass Digest: Luke Evans Is Off THE CROW
- Rotten Tomatoes: News: Luke Evans Exits The Crow
- ScreenRant: ‘The Crow’ Reboot Director on His ‘Emotional & Brutal’ Approach
The Walking Dead star Lauren Cohan has signed on to star in the upcoming horror-thriller The Boy from Lakeshore Entertainment and Vertigo Entertainment. While the actress has appeared in features such as last year's Reach Me and 2010's Death Race 2, The Boy will mark her first leading role in a feature.The story centers on a young nanny (Lauren Cohan), who has been tasked with caring for a lifelike doll by a strange couple, who use it as a coping mechanism following the death of their young son.
- Horror Society: ‘Walking Dead’s’ Lauren Cohan To Star in Horror Film ‘The Boy’
- Digital Spy: The Walking Dead's Lauren Cohan for horror film The Boy
- Shockya: Run, Boy, Run Movie Review
- Moviefone: The 10 Most WTF-Worthy Moments From 'The Boy Next Door'
It wasn’t that long ago that we heard about the possibility of Luke Evans departing the long-gestating reboot of ‘The Crow,’ which seemed like odd timing, given that the project had just attracted a new (and Edgar Wright-approved!) director. But this weekend makes the news more official, as the ‘Dracula Untold’ star has decided to move on from the project, leaving the iconic role open once again. Continue reading…
- The Wrap: Luke Evans Officially Exits ‘The Crow’ Reboot; Relativity Seeking New Star
- ScreenRant: Luke Evans Officially Exits ‘The Crow’ Reboot
- Digital Spy: Luke Evans confirms departure from The Crow reboot
- Shock Till You Drop: Luke Evans Officially Departs The Crow Remake
- AintItCool: Luke Evans Exits THE CROW Reboot!
- Comic Book Movie: CONFIRMED: Luke Evans Exits THE CROW Reboot; Hunt For New Star Begins
- MovieWeb: 'The Crow' Remake Loses Luke Evans
- Comic Book Movie: Luke Evans Reaffirms That He Probably Will Not Star In THE CROW
- MovieWeb: Luke Evans Still Not Sure About 'The Crow' Remake
- Dark Horizons: "Crow" Remake Is Brutal & Luke Evans-Free
- MovieWeb: 'The Crow' Remake Will Be Incredibly Brutal and Emotional
In BLACK SEA, a tense and enjoyable old-school underwater thriller, Jude Law plays the leader of a makeshift salvage team who heads to the bottom of the titular body of water to snatch up millions of dollars of gold from a sunken Russian submarine. Utilizing a Scottish accent and a stern, intimidating demeanor, Law has given us one of his most compelling characters here. Truth be told, I like Law more now than I... Read More...
- Hollywood Reporter: Jude Law, 'Black Sea' Team Reveal Appeal of Making Original Thriller on Submarine
- Deadline: Jude Law & Scoot McNairy Plunge Underwater In ‘Black Sea': Specialty Preview
- USA Today: Trailer: 'Black Sea'
- Mania: Mania Review: Black Sea
Universal Pictures Some movies are so much better than the sum of their parts that they defy easy explanation. A director suddenly shifts his visual style; an actor shows a previously unknown knack for comedy or drama; a screenwriter breathes life into a property we all assumed was dead. We marvel at the result, talk about how it never should have happened, and praise those involved for safeguarding their creativity against the corporate machinations of the industry.
- USA Today: Screening Room: 'Boy Next Door'
- We Got This Covered: The Boy Next Door Review
- AintItCool: Nothing can save you from the inanity of THE BOY NEXT DOOR, says Capone
- Hollywood Reporter: 'The Boy Next Door': What the Critics Are Saying
- Moviefone: Ryan Guzman Facts: 11 Things You (Probably) Don't Know About the 'Boy Next Door' Star
- Hollywood Reporter: 'The Boy Next Door': Ryan Guzman on J.Lo, 'Jem' and Hanging Up His Dancing Shoes
- ScreenRant: ‘The Boy Next Door’ Interview: Rob Cohen on Heating Things Up & ‘xXx 3′
- IGN Movies: The Boy Next Door Review
- JoBlo: Review: The Boy Next Door
Psychosexual thrillers are like cookies. They're fairly simple to make and if you have the key ingredients, chances are they will probably taste good no matter your level of culinary skill. Then again, if something is off – too much of one thing, not enough of the other – then you'll notice immediately and become displeased.
- The Wrap: ‘The Boy Next Door’ Review: Jennifer Lopez Smolders, But the Film Fails to Seduce
- The Wrap: Jennifer Lopez Declares There Are Worse Movies Than ‘Gigli,’ Critics Think ‘Boy Next Door’ Might Be One of Them (Video)
- The Wrap: ‘Boy Next Door’ Ryan Guzman Gets Quizzed on Jennifer Lopez in ‘Wrapid Fire’ Round (Video)
- USA Today: 'Boy Next Door' lures J.Lo in silly, fun thriller
- Variety: Jason Blum Bets on Latino Auds With ‘Boy Next Door’
In the upcoming psychological thriller "The Boy Next Door" Jennifer Lopez stars as Claire Peterson, a high school literature teacher struggling to get back in the dating game after separating from her cheating husband of 18 years. When a handsome and charismatic 19 year old named Noah (Ryan Guzman) befriends Claire's son after moving next door, Noah's attraction to Claire at first sight is more than palpable.