The legendary Amazonian princess of DC Comics will finally get her own movie. "Wonder Woman," the movie will start filming in the fall of 2015. DC Comics and Warner Brothers already announced a release date for the movie on June 23, 2017.
Gal Gadot, an Israeli model and actress who also starred in the last three "Fast & Furious" movies, has long been cast to play the superhero and warrior princess. She will first appear in the upcoming "Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice" in May 2016.
A reboot of "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, The Movie" is set to be released in mid-2016, and is rumored to include an A-list cast.
Lionsgate, makers of "The Hunger Games" and "Divergent," is partnering with Saban Entertainment to release a reboot of the "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, The Movie" on July 22, 2016. Speculations have emerged that a cast of A-list actors, including "Kick A--" star, Chloe Grace Moretz, "The Hunger Games" actor, Liam Hemsworth, and Oscar winner, Meryl Streep will be joining the live action movie.
Based on a 1993 children's television series about a group of teens given the extraterrestrial power to "morph" into superheroes to protect the world from alien invaders, the big budget reboot is set to put a dark spin on the original series. more >>
Fans of the beloved Rocky sports movie franchise have long been waiting for any update for its highly anticipated spin-off project titled "Creed." This week, MGM and Warner Bros. Pictures released its full synopsis.
To be spearheaded by "Fruitvale Station" director Ryan Coogler, "Creed" will put the limelight on Adonis Creed (to be played by Michael B. Jordan), the son of Rocky's (Sylvester Stallone) rival and friend.
The movie will follow Adonis' pursuit to greatness in this brutal yet honorable sport, according to the synopsis. Stallone will appear as the iconic Rocky Balboa character but will only be on the ringside as he serves as the trainer for the young Creed. more >>
American actor Will Smith appeared on the "Ellen DeGeneres Show" where he recreated the theme song from his old TV series, "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air."
"I Am Legend" actor, Will Smith made a guest appearance on the "Ellen DeGeneres Show" to promote his new movie, "Focus," a romantic dark comedy where he co-stars with Margot Robbie.
Smith, 46, is currently on the rebound from his critically panned 2013 sci-fi film, "After Earth," and he treated host Ellen and the studio audience to an impromptu rap rendition of the theme song from "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air", as well as a performance of "Summertime." more >>
Multi-awarded director Oliver Stone recently announced that he will direct the upcoming Edward Snowden biographical film which will be ready for release by December 2015. The film, to be titled "Snowden" will revolve around the life of the U.S. IT contractor who fled the U.S. after making "devastating revelations about the PRISM project to spy on the servers of Facebook, Apple, Yahoo!, Google and other sites" and other activities that the National Security Agency and other cohorts are continuously doing to gain access to mobile voice and data worldwide.
The movie will be the second one made about Snowden who is currently hiding in Russia according to a report in Silicon Republic. The first one was a documentary called "CitizenFour" made by Laura Poitras which won an Academy Award for Best Documentary Picture in 2014.
"Snowden" will star Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Edward Snowden, Lakeith Lee Stanfield as a co-worker at NSA and close friend of Snowden, Nicholas Cage as a former US intelligence officer and Timothy Olyphant as a CIA agent. Other confirmed cast members include Scott Eastwood, Shailene Woodley, Zachary Quinto, Melissa Leo, Rhys Ifans, Tom Wilkinson and Joely Richardson. Stone will work with Kieran Fitzgerald on the movie's script. more >>
The third installment of the "Thor" film series officially titled "Thor 3: Ragnarok" will be coming to movie screens a few months later than its original release date. Marvel Studios recently announced that they are pushing back "Thor 3" to November 3, 2017 instead of July 28, 2017, according to reports.
The delay has to do with another announcement that Marvel made about Spiderman re-joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe after it successfully made a deal with Sony Pictures. Spiderman is said to be appearing in "Captain America: Civil War" in 2016 and says that Marvel and Sony need more time to work out how this will happen, according to Kpopstarz.
Rumors about the movie's storyline include that of Thor's death, making this the last movie of the series. The movie's title "Ragnarok," according to another report in Moviepilot means two things in Marvel Comics. First, it means the end of the Norse Gods' world and second, it also refers to a cyborg Tony Stark made which had Thor's DNA and Asgardian DNA. more >>