Popular Christian filmmakers Alex and Stephen Kendrick, known as "the Kendrick brothers," are offering a free screening of their hit film "War Room," nationwide on April 30 to unite the church body in prayer.
"War Room" will be screened in 300 churches all across America in hopes of maximizing the importance of prayer leading up to National Day of Prayer on May 5th.
"National Day of Prayer is on May 5th and it's part of our passion and heartbeat that our nation would return to God. 'War Room' has a strong message in the plot on the power of prayer and it's a necessity in our lives," Alex Kendrick told The Christian Post. more >>
Actor Tye Sheridan, best known for appearing in films "The Tree of Life" (2011) and "Mud" (2012), takes on the role of iconic Marvel superhero Cyclops in this year's "X-Men" installment, "X-Men: Apocalypse."
But while any other 19-year-old would have probably thought that playing a mutant who shoots energy beams out of his eyes is the coolest thing ever, Sheridan recently shared that playing Cyclops sometimes left him feeling silly.
"Captain America: Civil War" is undoubtedly the biggest spectacle to occur in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to date, and yet the conflict in that film only sets up Marvel's two-part magnum opus, "Avengers: Infinity War," which is sure to be an even bigger event.
Should all the Avengers make it out of "Civil War" alive, their number will be made even larger by the addition of characters from the upcoming Marvel films "Doctor Strange," "Thor: Ragnarok," "Spider-Man: Homecoming," and "Black Panther." By the time "Infinity War" rolls in, there could be an indefinite number of superheroes, villains, and other characters in the MCU.
However, according to "Infinity War" directors Joe and Anthony Russo, not everyone alive in the MCU today gets to be in "Infinity War" - and not everyone who is in the films will come out of the two-part Marvel juggernaut alive. more >>
When audiences first saw Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) appear in promotional material for the upcoming superhero ensemble "Captain America: Civil War," many wondered what the Avenger was doing fighting alongside Captain America (Chris Evans) when he was supposed to have already retired.
At the end of 2014's "Avengers: Age of Ultron," Clint Barton/Hawkeye decided that it was time to hang up his bow and arrows and spend more quality time with his family in their picture-perfect rural farm. However, just a couple of years later, Barton is again heading off to battle.
During the recent European premiere of "Captain America: Civil War" in London, Renner explained Hawkeye's change of heart. more >>
While Tom Holland thinks that Tobey Maguire's and Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man portrayals were "brilliant," the new Spidey also said that he tried not to copy what they did in their own "Spider-Man" films. Instead, he set out to portray a younger Peter Parker/Spider-Man, whose reaction to the Avengers is something fans are sure to enjoy.
Holland, who makes his debut as the swinging Marvel superhero in next month's "Captain America: Civil War," takes over the role from Andrew Garfield, who appeared in the Marc Webb-helmed "The Amazing Spider-Man" films and who, in turn, took over the role from Tobey Maguire, who starred in Sam Raimi's "Spider-Man" film series in the early 2000s.
While the task of taking on such an iconic role must have been a pretty heavy one, the fact that "Civil War" is currently receiving positive acclaim must have taken some of the weight off Holland's shoulders. more >>
The Oliver Stone film about NSA leaker Edward Snowden is finally hitting cinemas in September of this year after a couple of delays. But before moviegoers get the real deal, film studio Open Road released a new trailer.
The story revolves around Snowden, who will be played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt and his story after releasing to the public secret NSA documents, which would later be known as "The Snowden Files." Stone directed the film and co-wrote the screenplay.
The film isn't really a direct account of Snowden's life after the leak, but more of a re-telling of two books about him. Therefore, it is more of a film adaptation of Luke Harding's "The Snowden Files: The Inside Story of the World's Most Wanted Man" and "Time of the Octopus" by Anatoly Kucherena, who had first-hand information about Snowden's experience because he represented him as a lawyer. more >>