Category Archives: 2 – FILM NEWS
Is planning so far in advance for franchise release dates ultimately hurting studio films? Neil Turitz takes a look at the tentpole movies from Universal, Marvel, and DC that are driving Hollywood’s future.
The intense drama starring Rooney Mara, Ben Mendelsohn and Riz Ahmed is based on David Harrower’s play Blackbird.
“The Walking Dead” star plays Derek Cho, a man fired from his law firm who discovers that the building has been quarantined due to a virus that causes those infected to act out their impulses.
Directed by Steven S. DeKnight (“Daredevil,” “Smallville”), the sequel to Guillermo del Toro’s 2013 sci-fi action movie co-stars Scott Eastwood, Adria Arjona, Tian Jing, Burn Gorman and more.
Picked up out of Toronto by Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures, the film in which Reeves plays a neuroscientist trying to revive the family he lost in a car crash has yet to set a release date.
The ninth “Fast & Furious” won’t be released until April 2020, while Universal has unscheduled Bill Condon’s “Bride of Frankenstein” in hopes of still getting Angelina Jolie after she finishes “Maleficent 2.”
The director of “Bone Tomahawk” and master of the slow build genre flick puts Vaughn into one of the most brutal prison movies imaginable, then uses him again for his third film “Dragged Across Concrete.”
“I know this is a movie, and that Moonee and Halley aren’t real, but in creating them, Sean Baker has captured something deeply true, and these images are spilling over with life, unruly and hard to categorize from one moment to the next,” writes Drew McWeeny.
In honor of My Little Pony: The Movie releasing this weekend April decided to rank her personal favorite animated films, not from Disney or Pixar.
Angelina Jolie and Michael Haneke are two of the more high-profile filmmakers among the 92 whose films were submitted, which will have to be culled down to a shortlist of nine with the final five nominees announced in January.
The French drama explores the rise of the ACT UP Paris movement that rebelled against the pharmaceutical companies that refused to acknowledge that AIDS was an epidemic that needed to be addressed.
Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford are brought together for Denis Villeneuve’s long-awaited sequel that’s receiving rave reviews. “My Little Pony” and “The Mountain Between Us” probably won’t make similar waves.
In the movie, Chastain plays the real-life Molly Bloom whose high-stakes poker games brought in celebrities and politicians alike, until the FBI pressured Molly to help them take down the Russian mob using her connections.
The second movie from “Nightcrawler” director Dan Gilroy is scheduled for release in select cities on Nov. 3, following its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September.
Finn Jones reuintes with Luke Cage on Season 2 of the Netflix Marvel series, with a photo to prove it.
The latest Agatha Christie film adaptation Crooked House releases first trailer.
Nicholas Hoult and Laia Costa meet online and struggle with love and sex in a social media age in Newness trailer.
The ’50s Coney Island set drama that closes this year’s New York Film Festival involves a smaller cast than the filmmaker’s last few movies, but it should be another enjoyable piece of New York nostalgia.
Amazon is in the works on a drama series based on the behind-the-scenes world of soap operas in the 1980s, inspired by the life of John Stamos. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
“This is exploitation fare served strong, and while it is the humanity of Vaughn’s performance that grounds the film and makes it something more than “just” exploitation, you still may need a shower afterwards,” writes Drew McWeeny.
Musical superstar John Legend is one of the producers on the movie about a teen who gets involved with a group who uses death-defying stunts to challenge the local police and the prejudices they face.
A young boy finds out what his babysitter does after he goes to bed in The Babysitter trailer.