"The Amazing Spider-Man" spin-off film "Sinister Six" will have a release date of November of 2016, according to reports.
The movie will be released before "Amazing Spider-Man 3" which is now expected to hit theaters on an unspecified date in 2018, according to a report from Variety. Sony Pictures president Doug Belgrad commented on the change in plans.
"With Sinister Six in the hands of writer-director Drew Goddard, we feel extremely confident placing the film on a prime date in 2016," he said. more >>
The tallest man in Canada, 7'8 tall Jerry Sokolosky, has been chosen to play Philistine warrior Goliath in the upcoming "David and Goliath" movie. Director Tim Chey explained that the filmmakers did not want to use a CGI imitation for the part.
"Jerry was a tremendous blessing," Chey said in a press release. "We didn't want to create a CGI imitation like 'The Incredible Hulk' and so our casting directors set out to find the biggest guy and he's very big."
The $50 million biblical epic, set for an early 2015 nationwide theater release, wrapped up principal photography in North Africa and in studios in London earlier in July, and is currently in post-production in Los Angeles. more >>
Jada Pinkett Smith, the 42-year-old actress who shares two famous children with her actor husband 45-year-old Will Smith, is revealing her unconventional way of teaching their daughter Willow,13, about date rape.
After the rape of a 16-year-old girl became the subject of a meme that went viral, Jada revealed her 20-year-old niece was recently given a date rape drug. While she thanked God that her niece was not harmed, the actress used the experience as a lesson for her own daughter.
She made sure that her niece sat down with Willow to detail the experience, and explained her reason for doing so. more >>
"Facts of Life" costars Lisa Whelchel and Kim Fields recently reunited for a new Hallmark Channel movie, "For Better or For Worse." The two had a wonderful time working together again after some time apart and talked about their faith, which is incredibly important to both of the actresses.
"It was like old times, but really, really different," Whelchel told People. "We felt comfortable together because we're such good friends, but I can see her talent as an adult. I would watch her during a scene now and think, 'Wow, she's really good. She's so funny.' I didn't appreciate that as a kid."
"In terms of the familiarity and chemistry, it's all still there," Fields added. "It just gets better with time. Lisa is a wonderfully talented woman. I like working with talented people, and she's one of them! It helped that we keep in touch." more >>
"Teen Mom" star Farrah Abraham only wants the best for her daughter Sophia and herself. Now the reality star, and author of a new series of novels, wants A-list celebrities to star in the film adaptations of the books.
Abraham has written a trilogy somewhat based on her experiences in the adult entertainment industry. Even though she posed for the cover of the first book, Abraham recently said that she does not want to star in any film adaptation of the books.
"I'm not going to do a movie with this. So many people are obsessed with that idea. I think I've done, myself, enough TV and obviously I would never be in a video or a movie of my book because that would be crazy," Abraham told Us Weekly. "I mean, I guess I could – didn't the 'Wolf on Wall Street' guy kind of do it? Even though, it was such a different story and it was kind of absurd when like the plane goes down in the ocean and I was like what?" more >>
A new video clip has been released this week detailing the building of the ark for Darren Aronofsky's film "Noah," released in March. This most recent clip was revealed to promote the movie's digital and blue ray releases.
In the 1:23 clip, Mark Friedberg, production designer for the film, explains that he and Aronofsky, the film's director, wanted to use their building design to convey that the ark had been built in haste, not carrying much artistic design but rather to show that it was built as a shipping vessel to transport all of God's creation, as found in the Genesis flood narrative.
"The basic idea we wanted to convey was that the ark was built in haste," Friedberg recalls in the clip. "We took the Bible at its word for its dimensions — the height, the length and the width. It didn't give any indication of a design." more >>