Universal has found a director to plow ahead on the Snow White and the Huntsman sequel, which it turns out is really more of a spinoff.
After some "polite turmoil" behind the scenes, a pair of new (old) screenwriters are rewriting Bond 24, production on which has been delayed a few months.
A24 has released the first theatrical trailer for Life After Beth, a new addition to the zombie-romantic-comedy sub-subgenre that includes My Boyfriend's Back, Warm Bodies, and most successfully, Shaun of the Dead.
The distributor also unveiled two posters featuring Aubrey Plaza and Dane DeHaan.
When Guillero del Toro says, "I have a bit of good news," he doesn't mess about.
The director has announced that he's returning for a Pacific Rim sequel that will hit theaters in 2017. But that's not all either, as Pacific Rim 2 will be preceded by an animated series pitting Jaegers against Kaiju.
Eloise Mumford is about to have her big break.
The actress, best known for her work on the short-lived series Lone Star and The River, as well as the film In the Blood, will soon be seen playing Kate Kavanagh in the big screen adapation of the extremely popular novel Fifty Shades of Grey. The movie was directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson (Nowhere Boy), and is scheduled for release on February 13th, 2015. But first, Mumford can be seen in the new film Drones, which was directed by Rick Rosenthal (Halloween II, Bad Boys) and opens in theaters, on VOD and iTunes June 27th.
In Drones, two soldiers, Sue Lawson and Jack Bowles (Mumford and Matt O’Leary), are tasked with deciding the fate of a terrorist with a single push of a button. As the action plays out in real time, their window to use a deadly military drone on the target slowly closes. With time running out, the soldiers begin to question what the real motives are behind the ordered lethal attack.
I recently had the pleasure of talking to Eloise Mumford about her work on Drones, as well as the upcoming Fifty Shades of Grey. The talented young actress discussed Drones, her research into the role, how that helped informed her performance, her character, the national debate over using military drones instead of manned aircrafts, filming in one location, working with actor Matt O’Leary, shooting Fifty Shades of Grey, the pressure that comes from appearing in a movie based on such a popular book, and collaborating with director Sam Taylor-Johnson.
Scoot McNairy and Elden Hanson – two actors you'd respect like hell if you recognized them by name – have joined by DC and Marvel projects, one bound for the big screen and the other for binge-watching.
If the first official look at Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron in Mad Max: Fury Road felt a little straightforward, then these seven follow-up stills are absolutely bonkers.
Got a minute?
Why not spend it watching the latest TV spot promoting Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy?
After all, this extended look at the scifi adventure contains lots of swashbuckling new footage, funny beats, huge visual effects spectacle, and even reveals a new song from Peter Quill's mixtape.
It's not often that a pair of filmmakers team up to remake their own movie twenty years after it became a hit, especially when that hit led to a mini-empire of TV shows carrying on its story.
According to producer Dean Devlin, all those TV shows are exactly the reason that he and director Roland Emmerich are remaking Stargate.
Shane Black is a straight shooter.
So after the internet convulsed with the news that he would direct a Predator remake, Black wasted little time correcting one fact: He's not directing a Predator reboot.
He's directing a Predator sequel.