Bust out the whips and nipple clamps, because the first trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey is titillating the internet.
And, just to sweeten the pot, Universal and Focus Features have revealed five official pictures showing Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan in full-on erotic action.
Disney has staked out release dates for five mysterious Marvel Studios movies taking us through Phase 3 and possibly beyond, into Phase 4.
Sony has clarified its plans for the Spider-Man franchise.
The studio has scheduled the villainous spinoff The Sinister Six for November 11, 2016. The Amazing Spider-Man 3, originally announced for summer 2016, has been delayed two years to May 2018.
Pirates of the Caribbean 5 hasn't exactly had the wind at its back.
The blockbuster sequel is being delayed for a second time, vacating the summer of 2016 in favor of July 2017.
With Ant-Man in his rear-view, Edgar Wright is hitting the gas on Baby Driver.
Award-winning French writer, director, and producer Luc Besson returns to the genre he helped create with his new film Lucy, which stars Scarlett Johansson (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) and opens in theaters on July 25th.
Besson is best known for directing such popular action films as Nikita, Leon: The Professional, The Fifth Element, The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc, and most recently The Family. But he has also written and produced a string of extremely successful action movies like The Transporter, The Transporter 2, The Transporter 3, Taken, Taken 2, Lockout, 3 Days to Kill, and Brick Mansions.
Lucy tells the story of a woman (Johansson) accidentally caught in a dark deal that turns the tables on her captors and transforms her into a merciless warrior evolved beyond human logic. In addition to Johansson, the film also features Academy Award-winner Morgan Freeman (Now You See Me).
I had the pleasure of sitting down with director Luc Besson in April at WonderCon to talk about his work on Lucy. The acclaimed director discussed his new film, how he got the idea for the screenplay, casting Scarlett Johansson in the title role, writing strong female roles, and how the business of making films has changed over the years.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles features a Turtles-specific song that gives Vanilla Ice's immortal "Ninja Rap" a run for its money.
With the movie's August 8th release date just around the corner, the soundtrack single "Shell Shocked," is now available to stream free of charge. And in addition to that sonic treat, there's also a visual one: a one sheet poster that puts Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, and Michelangelo on front street.
The Americanized Akira somehow lives on.
Warner Bros. just can't give up on the idea of Akira, tasking a new writer to work with director Jaume Collet-Serra on the live action remake of a towering anime classic.
No less a source than the executive producer has revealed that the the new Mighty Morphin Power Rangers movie won't be a start-from-scratch reboot.
Instead, according to Roberto Orci, the movie has a "continuity" with the Power Rangers series that came before.
Actor Andre Royo has appeared in such popular films as Shaft, Red Tails, and The Spectacular Now, as well as fan favorite TV shows like Fringe, Heroes, and Party Down. But he is probably best known for his role as Reginald “Bubbles” Cousins on the seminal HBO series The Wire. Now the actor returns to the big screen in the new horror thriller Aftermath, which opens in theaters and will be available on VOD and iTunes July 18th.
Aftermath follows the devastating horror of a nuclear apocalypse as nine desperate strangers find themselves clinging to life in a farmhouse cellar, while radioactive fallout descends on the darkened world above. These would-be survivors face the nightmare of dwindling supplies, poisonous air and hordes of zombie-like refugees who want in. With each dying day, their choice becomes clearer, stay and let the makeshift shelter become their tomb or face the unknown terrors of the world outside. The film was directed by Peter Engert (Loving the Bad Man), and in addition to Royo stars Edward Furlong (Terminator 2: Judgment Day), Monica Keena (Freddy vs. Jason), Jessie Rusu (96 Minutes), C.J. Thomason (Transformers) and Christine Kelly (Salvation Boulevard).
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Andre Royo about his work on Aftermath, as well as wanting to play Brother Voodoo in the upcoming Marvel Studios film Dr. Strange. The accomplished actor discussed his new movie, acting in a basement, being typecast, the advice that Samuel L. Jackson gave him, why the film is not a zombie movie, the human nature to survive, reciting the Green Lantern Oath in Aftermath, hating the Green Lantern movie, and why he wants to play Brother Voodoo in Dr. Strange.