This 7-year-old boy, Alex, loves superheroes and riding his bike. Unfortunately, he was born with a partially developed arm. When a college student and Iron man found out about this, they decided to do something incredible for this young boy.
Albert Manero is a college student who builds and donates low-cost, 3-D printed bionic limps to disabled kids all over the world. Robert and Albert teamed up to make Alex's day a memorable one. After getting support from people all over , including a leading specialist in bionic arms, they made something incredible happen. Robert Downey Jr. waited in a hotel room for Alex to show up before giving him an ultimate surprise.
After meeting one another, a box on the floor labeled "Stark Industries" had two special bionic arms, just like the one Iron man wears in the film. Alex was so excited to see that one of these were for him. Then him and Ironman debated on which one was better -- and of course Alex's was. more >>
Recent "Attack on Titan" news indicated that entertainment giant Sony Pictures might be up for something for the hit animation property.
Although the details aren't quite definitive, GameNGuide wrote in their article that "it looks as though they may be planning an Attack on Titan movie for the future" as what these eight web domains have suggested.
Anime News Network reported the domain names, which include variations of the mentioned title: more >>
Becoming Walt Disney Pictures' highest grossing animated film ever made is just one of the reasons why the 2013 hit movie "Frozen" can be considered a gigantic success for the studio.
And like the old adage says, "strike while the iron is hot," talks of a Frozen big screen sequel have been circulating on and off around the Web. Unfortunately, two people behind the beloved full-length feature admit they have no idea on what to do for a follow-up.
Co-writers and co-directors Jennifer Lee and Christopher Buck informed the publication that they haven't even found the story to tell for "Frozen 2." more >>
While the world is eagerly waiting for the new all-female "Ghostbusters" reboot to hit the big screen, new developments indicated that Sony Pictures has plans to expand the beloved franchise's cinematic universe. The move which could potentially feature the likes of Channing Tatum as one of its lead cast and the Russo brothers as directors.
The Hollywood Reporter said that Sony's entertainment division "has put together Ghost Corps." This collective will be spearheaded by original "Ghostbusters" helmer Ivan Reitman with the assistance of franchise mainstay Dan Aykroyd.
As indicated, the two "will oversee the expansion of the movie franchise not just into a cinematic universe but also move Ghostbusters into television and merchandising." more >>
Michael W. Smith is swapping singing for acting in the upcoming "90 Minutes in Heaven," a film the singer says can offer moviegoers a much-needed sense of hope today.
Based on the best-selling true story of Don Piper's death in a car accident, his experience in heaven and his survival due to prayers of a pastor at the scene, "90 Minutes in Heaven" explores the aftermath of the miracle that forever changed Piper, his wife Eva, and their family. Smith, who is best known for songs such as "You Are Holy (Prince of Peace)" and "Open the Eyes of My Heart," is dusting off his acting skills in the role of Cliff McArdle in the film.
"I play a good friend of Don's, Cliff, and Don gave me information on their relationship. They were buds," Smith told The Christian Post during a visit to the set of "90 Minutes in Heaven" last month. more >>
In its bid to expand its hold in the box office, Sony is once again exploring the possibility of creating its own cinematic universe with one of the few films it still owns rights to -- "Ghostbusters." Sony's plans became more concrete when it hired the film's director Ivan Reitman and the film's co-creator and one of its lead stars Dan Aykroyd to supposedly helm Ghost Corps, the unit that will oversee the establishment of this universe.
According to a report in The Guardian, the new cinematic universe will be kicked off with a new "Ghostbusters" movie starring Channing Tatum. Joe and Anthony Russo, who directed "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," will be directing the movie, while "Iron Man 3" screenwriter Drew Pearce will pen the screenplay. Tatum, however, has not officially signed on yet.
Aykroyd has been persistently trying to get a remake of the movie off the ground, but he has been unsuccessful in convincing his co-star Bill Murray to come back as Peter Venkman. Reitman wasoriginally interested in directing a remake but he changed his mind after Harold Ramis' death. Ramis was one of the film's lead stars. more >>