After more than five years of ceaseless toil from Ryan Reynolds, it seems 20th Century Fox is finally ready to give Deadpool his due.
The studio has finally scheduled Deadpool for February 12, 2016, with Reynolds set to star as the one and only Wade Wilson.
An official video from the set of Star Wars: Episode VII provides our first real look at the fastest hunk of junk the galaxy.
Not only has JJ Abrams revealed his full-size Millennium Falcon exterior set, effectively flipping the bird to those aerial photographs from last week, but his little peek behind the scenes of Episode VII also shows off something entirely unexpected...a Batmobile.
Now that's more like it.
Not one but two new posters promoting Interstellar have made their way online. Thankfully, both capture the hugeness and ambition of Christopher Nolan's scifi event movie, showing off beautiful spacescapes and, in the case of the latest poster, unveiling a more upbeat tagline.
The Kings of Tampa are returning. Unfortunately, Florida's finest male strumpets will grease up, shake, and gyrate without their leader.
The Magic Mike sequel is happening, and while many of the beefcakes from the first movie will be back, Matthew McConaughey isn't reprising his role as Dallas, the ambitious proprietor of the Kings of Tampa.
Combine courtroom drama and overwrought father issues. Sprinkle with great actors and some uplift. Bake well.
When your oven dings, you've got The Judge, an all-star drama that really, really wants to make you cry.
A brand new theatrical trailer, as well as an international trailer with a slightly different flavor, make The Judge's tearjerking ambitions emphatically clear.
Opening in theaters on September 19th is the new romantic comedy from veteran director Peter Chelsom entitled Hector and the Search for Happiness.
Chelsom has helmed several successful films throughout his distinguished career including The Mighty, Serendipity, Shall We Dance?, and Hannah Montana: The Movie. He co-wrote Hector and the Search for Happiness with Tinker Lindsay and Maria von Heland, based on the novel of the same name by author Francois Lelord.
The film revolves around Hector (Simon Pegg), a quirky psychiatrist who has become increasingly tired of his humdrum life. He tells his girlfriend, Clara (Rosamund Pike), that he feels like a fraud because he hasn't really tasted life, and yet he's offering advice to patients who are just not getting any happier. So Hector decides to break out of his deluded and routine driven life. Armed with buckets of courage and a child-like curiosity, he embarks on a global quest in hopes of uncovering the elusive secret formula for true happiness. In addition to Pegg and Pike, the film also stars Stellan Skarsgard (The Avengers), Jean Reno (Leon: The Professional), Toni Collette (In Her Shoes), and Academy Award-winner Christopher Plummer (Beginners).
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with director Peter Chelsom about his work on Hector and the Search for Happiness. The accomplished filmmaker discussed his latest movie, adapting the novel into a screenplay, what he’s learned about writing from the post-production process, why he couldn’t have directed this film ten years ago, working with Simon Pegg and Rosamund Pike, why he needed to direct them both differently, and what Christopher Plummer is like on set.
The highest-grossing action heroine in movie history (not adjusted for inflation) struts her stuff in some new official images from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part I.
The new Fury poster puts Sgt. Wardaddy on front street, but it also gives some room to the four men who crew his Sherman Tank, the titular Fury.
Brad Pitt stars as Wardaddy, the patriarch of a makeshift little family, one that has fought together in Fury's belly throughout World War II.
His crew is played by ringers Michael Pena (End of Watch, Ant-Man), Jon Bernthal (The Wolf of Wall Street, The Walking Dead), and Shia LaBeouf (Nymphomaniac, Transformers), with Logan Lerman (The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Three Musketeers) as the green new recruit taking over for Fury's recently-deceased gunner.
Roger Deakins is one of the best cinematographers out there, and his masterful work was a huge part of what made Skyfall sing, but he's not returning for the as-yet untitled Bond 24.
With production kicking off later this year to meet a late 2015 release date, Sam Mendes needed to find a new shooter to give 007's next adventure some slick visuals.
And apparently he's found one, reportedly recruiting Hoyte van Hoytema to act as director of photography on Bond 24.