Recent news about the development for Marvel's "X-Men: Apocalypse" indicated that Bryan Singer and screenwriter Simon Kinberg are already at work on the upcoming sequel's script.
In a report by IGN, they pointed out that the forthcoming installment of the superhero film series is rooted to be released in May 2016 and that Singer, who directed the previous "X-Men: Days of Future Past" will likely to return in the eighth installment.
The writer and director took to his Twitter to say, "#Xmen #Apocalypse 2016!" more >>
Latest rumors about the third installment of the popular American supernatural comedy film "Ghostbusters" indicate a total casting reboot. The sequel could feature an all-female crew, according to reports.
With the passing of Harold Ramis, one of the main roles in the franchise, Sony Pictures was forced to revise the script they had already written for the sequel. Meanwhile, director and producer Ivan Reitman pulled out from the directing role in light with Ramis' death but promised the studio to help look for a substitute.
Amidst the ruckus, big news finally arrived when, at least as rumored, Sony was seen meeting with "Bridesmaids" director Paul Feig. more >>
"Top Gun 2" is a priority for studio executives, producer Jerry Bruckheimer and Tom Cruise, according to reports.
Jerry Bruckheimer's interest in making the sequel hasn't been thwarted despite the undesirable events like the first film's director, Tony Scott, committing suicide in 2012. Bruckheimer stated in an interview that he "hasn't given up" the thought of doing it. In fact, actors Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer are in the same vein with him.
"We've been trying to get that movie made for 30 years, and I think we're getting closer and closer," Bruckheimer, 70, told the Huffington Post. more >>
Shailene Woodley and Theo James, stars of the science fiction action film "Divergent," recently dismissed allegations thrown at them that they were dating and confirmed that they are just "good friends."
However, the two young actors expressed much excitement for the upcoming sequel of Veronica Roth's movie adaptation "Insurgent," which is scheduled to hit the theaters March 20, 2015.
Moreover, the 29-year-old actor revealed some developments made on the new installment, particularly about his co-star's new looks. more >>
Fans of the friendly neighborhood superhero won't see the much-anticipated "The Amazing Spider-Man 3" for another four years, according to reports.
According to the website, Sony's Columbia Pictures did initially say that it will be releasing the third sequel in 2016. But at the recent San Diego Comic-Con, the studio announced that the expected film won't be released until a "still-unknown date in 2018."
Deadline also reports that Sony will be revamping the superhero franchise. The company may introduce a female superhero in 2017 to fill in the gap. more >>
A lot has changed with S.H.I.E.L.D and the characters from the first Avengers movie, especially since "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," saw the crumbling of the S.H.I.E.L.D agency at the hands of Hydra. With "Age of Ultron" coming in less than a year, what changes can fans expect from the Avengers team?
JoBlo from JoBlo.com gave the low down on what to expect from "Avengers: Age of Ultron." These aren't exactly spoilers since most of the plot details for the sequel have not been released yet and these are simply assumptions based on what has happened in relevant Marvel films like "The Winter Solider."
Because of the disbanding of S.H.I.E.L.D, it is highly likely that Tony Stark will be taking the lead. This means financing everything that the team needs, and by team it means the remnants of the S.H.I.E.L.D agency. This would also mean that the former Stark Tower will become the new Avengers tower and the central hub for global safety and security. more >>