Tyler Perry may be a succesful film mogul, but he is admitting that he had to endure many failures as a gospel playwright before reaping his harvest of success.
Perry, 45, wrote an email obtained by Black Enterprise, where he admitted that his success did not come easily.
"Do you know how many times I tried to be successful at doing plays before it finally worked? From 1992 until 1998, every show I put on flopped," Perry wrote. "No one showed up, and I lost all my money. I wanted to give up." more >>
Universal Pictures has released the trailer for the new "sequel" to Steven Spielberg's original 1993 "Jurassic Park," "Jurassic World." This time around, the film will be directed by Colin Trevorrow and is scheduled to premiere on June 12 next year.
The film will be starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard in an isolated island theme park with real-life dinosaurs. Much like how the original 1993 "Jurassic Park," the film might start off all jubilant and fun until somebody unleashes the hybrid dinosaur which scientists have created to kill – and possibly eat – anything that moves.
Running, screaming, and later-realized regret soon follows. more >>
Ridley Scott's latest film "Exodus: Gods and Men" starring Christian Bale is headed to theaters on Dec. 12, but an exclusive clip offers an early look at the pivotal role of Moses on Wednesday.
Bale, who is best known for his roles in "American Psycho" and "Batman," takes on the part of Moses with an impassioned concentration that harkens back to his aforementioned films. In a clip exclusively released to The Christian Post, the Oscar-winning actor's Moses confronts Pharaoh Ramses, portrayed by Joel Edgerton.
"I've been told that things here have become much worse," Moses says when confronting Ramses in the stable during the teaser. more >>
There have been a lot of talks regarding the purported trailer for J.J. Abram's "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." In the previous weeks, reports suggested that Disney has planned to include the first Star Wars trailer in the screening of "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies."
Fans could finally get a glimpse of "Star Wars 7" in theaters this coming Thanksgiving week, particularly on Friday.At first, the report was taken with a grain of salt but then, the official Bad Robot Twitter account confirmed the news.
"THANKSGIVING," was the caption of the tweet which was also accompanied with a picture. more >>
Actor Oscar Isaac was confirmed to join Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, and James McAvoy in the upcoming Bryan Singer film "X-Men; Apocalypse."
The 35-year-old "Inside Llewyn Davis" star will play the titular villain role in the forthcoming X-men sequel, according to Variety. For those who were able to catch it, the character was actually teased right in the end-credits of the film as a blue-skinned child regarded as the "first" mutant.
The news publication further detailed that Fox and director Bryan Singer had actually met several Hollywood names to take up the role. This includes "The Dark Knight Rises" villain actor Tom Hardy. more >>
Another piece of the puzzle has fallen into place. Just a few weeks ago, there were rumors indicating that "Breaking Bad" director and producer Michelle MacLaren was in talks to spearhead the making of Wonder Woman standalone film as part of the DC and Warner Bros.' shared movie universe.
Just recently, news has confirmed that MacLaren has officially signed on to not only direct, "but also formally develop the film," ScreenCrush reported.
MacLaren will be working close with writers to fully bring the iconic heroine to the big screen in her first solo movie. The well-known TV show helmer has officially penned the contract following months of meetings with Warner Bros, according to The Hollywood Reporter. more >>