Category Archives: 2 – FILM NEWS
Are you ready to cry? Because Spike TV and Network Entertainment released the official trailer for their upcoming documentary I Am Heath Ledger.
Just one day after announcing our 2016 Launch Pad Feature Competition winners, Steve Isles joins the more than 200 writers who have landed reps from the competition as he signs with Mike Esola at UTA.
With Aaron Sorkin entering talks with both Marvel and DC despite having admittedly never read a comic book, Neil Turitz gives his take on how he envisions a Sorkin-written superhero movie to look and whether he thinks the Oscar-winning writer could enhance the quality of these films.
It’s dark, it’s funny, and it’s Parks and Recreation star Aubrey Plaza. What’s not to love about this teaser trailer for Ingrid Goes West?
In the world created in Charlie McDowell’s The Discovery, many think it’s best to waste no time in getting to the afterlife so they just commit suicide to get there, making this sci-fi drama one of the most gloriously gloomy things you’ll ever watch.
The new trailer for War for the Planet of the Apes and with Matt Reeves back to direct and Andy Serkis reprising his role as the revolutionary hero Caesar, it looks like the third installment of the Apes franchise has reached peak primate awesomeness.
The valiant effort of United Colors of Benetton casting doesn’t make up for the fact that this movie blatantly took an Asian character and gave it to a white actress. Whitewashing controversy aside, this live-action adaptation of the popular magna is boring, robotic, and serves as an excellent sedative.
The first trailer for Kingsmen: The Golden Circle ends with Channing Tatum saying “fuck yeah!” and we’d like to echo that on behalf of fans, who will no doubt be quite pleased with the star-studded sequel.
Season 1, Episode 1 – Alice, a single, PR executive, with commitment issues faces her biggest fear, dating a guy with kids. Her anxiety brings back her forgotten imaginary friend, Mary.
Universal Pictures delivered an uneven presentation at CinemaCon, which included a surprise screening of Fate of the Furious, following by the studio’s sister label Focus Feature, celebrating its 15th anniversary with an intriguing 2017 slate.
The new trailer shows that the film is looking to be STX’s first big blockbuster as it sticks to The Fifth Element director’s knack for seductive sci-fi visuals and wild intergalactic action.
It’s not often that a movie trailer can make one soil themselves. The new teaser trailer for the Warner Bros. revamp of the Stephen King classic It is here to change all that.
As expected with D23 just around the corner, Disney kept its cards close to its chest at CinemaCon, where the studio opted to debut Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales in full instead of any new footage from its Marvel, Pixar or Lucasfilm stables.
Paramount has a strong year ahead with new films from George Clooney, Alexander Payne and Darren Aronofsky, but will Viacom’s new mandate to incorporate content from its TV networks ultimately hurt the studio?