The first photo and footage from "Spectre" with Daniel Craig as 007 was released Thursday. In the footage, Bond is seen dealing with the bad guys.
During filming of "Spectre" in Austria, Craig takes part in what producers describe as a "major action sequence" while wearing head-to-toe black and carrying a gun. The final shot of the video sees Bond giving a henchman a two-handed punch before shooting another one dead on top of a mountain.
One part of the clip shows an explosive scene with Bond running towards a fire-engulfed collision of cars in front of a ski lodge. more >>
Marvel Studios has done extremely well as it churns out film after film for its Marvel Cinematic Universe. Last year, "Guardians of the Galaxy" was very well received, and this year's offering should prove to be a success as in a few months, movie goers will finally be treated to the second Avengers movie, "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
As for stand-alone movies, Marvel has recently shifted some films in the pipeline as Sony and Marvel are partnering on future appearances of Spider-Man, including within the MCU. Due to the new partnership, the comic book franchise studio has announced new release dates for currently scheduled upcoming films.
Among the movies that got a new release date is "Thor: Ragnarok" which had been scheduled for July 28, 2017. The film has been pushed back and will now be released on Nov. 3, 2017. The move directly makes room for Sony's Spider-Man film, which will now open on Thor's original date. more >>
Patrick Stewart revealed that he is joining Hugh Jackman in "Wolverine 3."
Stewart declared that he is excited since they are already in the talks for the film. The upcoming movie will be a team-up of Wolverine and Professor Xavier, which is his character in the "X-Men" franchise. The seasoned actor added that the partnership is something new compared to his previous films.
The news is not a surprise since based on the end part of the previous "The Wolverine" film, Logan played by Jackman has already realized his role in life. The character has embraced his superhuman abilities and he even called himself a "soldier." more >>
In response to the cinematic debut of the "50 Shades of Grey" movie, one Virginia pastor will look to respond via a sermon series meant to address various matters regarding sexual ethics, including pornography and gay marriage.
Rick McDaniel, pastor of Richmond Community Church, will be preaching a sermon series starting on Sunday meant to add a Christian moral perspective on controversial topics pertaining to sexual behavior. Known as the "5 Shades of Grey," the series will include issues like pornography, divorce, gay marriage, cohabitation, and adultery.
In an interview with The Christian Post, McDaniel explained that "God just sort of dropped an idea in my head" to do the series in response to the popularity of "50 Shades of Grey." more >>
"Game of Thrones" star Sophie Turner admitted that her role in the show paved the way for her to become Jean Grey in "X-Men: Apocalypse."
Turner said that her dark character as Sansa Stark in the show was noticed by Marvel. Sansa and Jean Grey have a lot of similarities. Both are powerful females in their own world who wants to live normal lives and be accepted by common people but they do not achieve that due to the chaos surrounding their lives.
The 18-year-old also praised Famke Janssen who previously played the older Jean Grey in the "X-Men" franchise. Turner said that the older actress portrayed the part "incredibly well." The young actress said that she wants to "emulate" Famke's portrayal since she will play as the younger version but she aims to put her "own twist" in to it. more >>
Filmmaker Rik Swartwelder took a huge risk by creating a romantic film, not quite a comedy, which explores the all but lost practice of courting a mate.
Although the dating alternative is found in some Christian circles, most male-female relationships in today's world revolve around dinners, physical interaction and non-committal attitudes. And while society has probably gone all the way left, this film takes it all the way back and it works.
Without the use of any big stars and the faith-based film tag, "Old Fashioned" manages to communicate a message of embarking on a relationship while holding the highest respect and reverence for your partner. more >>