When Guardians of the Galaxy 2 arrives on July 28, 2017, it might just answer the question, "Who is Star-Lord's dad?"
And the answer will be a big surprise, since writer-director James Gunn says, "It’s definitely not the character who it is in the comics, I’ll say that much."
Johnny Depp has been on a bit of a cold streak lately.
Based on the first teaser trailer for his next movie, Mortdecai might just break that steak by actually being fun.
The Cobbler, an unusual little comedy-drama from writer-director Tom McCarthy, has been added to the lineup of next month's Toronto International Film Festival.
Two new images from the film have arrived online to celebrate its addition to TIFF's Special Presentations program.
It's been thirteen years since the foundation of the Derek Zoolander Center for Kids Who Can't Read Good and Wanna Learn to Do Other Stuff Good Too, yet a Zoolander sequel remains little more than an idea.
Justin Theroux has provided an update on Zoolander 2, saying that there's a script, talks are still taking place, and Ben Stiller will likely step in for him as director.
Actor Sylvester Stallone has created three of the most popular film franchises of all-time with the Rocky, Rambo, and The Expendables series. He is also the only actor in history to star in a movie that has opened number one at the box office in each of the past five decades.
Stallone first gained attention in 1976 when he was nominated for Best Screenplay and Best Actor at the Academy Awards for his work in Rocky, making him the third man in history to be nominated in both categories for the same film behind Charles Chaplin and Orson Welles. Stallone would go on to write all six films in the Rocky franchise, as well as directing Rocky II, Rocky III, Rocky IV, and Rocky Balboa. In addition to playing the underdog boxer, he created the role of Vietnam veteran John Rambo in First Blood and wrote every film in the franchise as well as directing the final installment Rambo.
Stallone starred in several successful non-Rocky/Rambo movies as well including Cobra, Tango & Cash, Cliffhanger, Demolition Man, The Specialist, Judge Dredd, Assassins, and Cop Land. But it was his vision of bringing the greatest action stars of all-time together for one movie that gave him his third major franchise. Stallone wrote and directed The Expendables, which saw the actor sharing the screen with the likes of Jason Statham (Homefront), Jet Li (Unleashed), Dolph Lundgren (Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning), Mickey Rourke (Iron Man 2), Arnold Schwarzenegger (Sabotage), and Bruce Willis (A Good Day to Die Hard). He returned for The Expendables 2 but only wrote and starred in the sequel, which included new cast members like Jean-Claude Van Damme (Timecop), and Chuck Norris (The Delta Force). Now Stallone can be seen in The Expendables 3, which opens in theaters on August 15th and features several new additions to the cast.
In The Expendables 3, Barney Ross (Stallone) augments his team with new blood to take down Conrad Stonebanks, the Expendables co-founder and notorious arms trader who is hell bent on wiping out Barney and every single one of his associates. Academy Award-winner Mel Gibson (Braveheart, Lethal Weapon series) joins the cast as Stonebanks, along with fellow veteran actors like Wesley Snipes (Blade trilogy), Antonio Banderas (Haywire), Kelsey Grammer (X-Men: The Last Stand), and Harrison Ford (Paranoia). Younger actors Kellan Lutz (The Legend of Hercules) and Glen Powell (The Dark Knight Rises), as well as professional boxer Victor Ortiz and MMA fighter Ronda Rousey also join the cast as Barney’s new recruits. While Statham, Lundgren, Schwarzenegger, Randy Couture (Red Belt), and Terry Crews (The Single Moms Club) reprise their roles from the previous films. The movie was directed by Patrick Hughes (Red Hill), and once again written by Stallone.
I recently had the pleasure of attending the Los Angeles press conference for The Expendables 3 and hearing what Sylvester Stallone had to say about his new film. The Italian Stallion discussed his new movie, working with Mel Gibson, why Bruce Willis and Jackie Chan don’t appear in this film, his longtime friendship with Harrison Ford, bringing younger actors into the franchise, why he didn’t end up killing off Terry Crews’ character, Stallone’s first encounters with his Hollywood heroes, which one of his famous characters from the past would make good additions to the Expendables team, and how many more Expendables movies he’d like to make.
Truly terrible news to report today: Beloved comedian and Oscar-winning actor Robin Williams died this morning at the age of 63.
Because Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles opened stronger than anybody expected, Paramount Pictures has announced that a sequel's scheduled to open on June 3, 2016.
Time after time, James Marsden has been relegated to the role of the romantic also-ran, the really nice guy who doesn't end up with the girl.
He's competed with Wolverine, Superman, and, most memorably, Ryan Gosling in The Notebook.
Another Nicholas Sparks adaptation, the upcoming The Best of Me, finally gives Marsden a chance to shine as a romantic leading man, pairing him with Michelle Monaghan in a story about first love echoing throughout very different lives.
With The Giver opening nationwide this Friday, The Weinstein Company has dropped a bunch of clips from the adaptation of Lois Lowry's influential novel.
After four rounds of Autobot action, Michael Bay may finally be ready to let go of the Transformers movies in order to start "a new chapter" in his artistic development.