The third installment of the action-filled movie "Avengers" will be coming to the big screen on 2018. "Avengers 3: Infinity Wars" will be distributed into two films.
Part I of "Infinity War" is said to feature a lot of Marvel's biggest superheroes. Rumors have also been circulating that director Joss Whedon will reportedly bring back a character from "Age of Ultron" that was killed off.
It can be recalled in "Avengers: Age of Ultron" that Quicksilver, the other half of the Maximoff twins, was hit by a dozen or more bullets that caused his demise. This has led some of the fans to wonder if Quicksilver really did die or is he going to be back for the sequel. more >>
Fans of the epic science fiction "Avatar" will have to wait for another one full year until the release of its sequel as Fox Chairman and CEO Jim Gianopulos confirmed to that the released date of "Avatar 2" has been moved to December 2017.
The sequel was originally slated to be released in 2016, but plans have changed when critically-acclaimed producer, writer, and director James Cameron decided to take his time in making a great movie, perhaps even aiming to surpass the feat of "Avatar" when it was debuted in 2009. Gianopulos told Variety that Cameron "has his own pace." He also expects the first one will be followed by two subsequent films in 2018 and 2019.
Fans will need not to be frustrated though, because the delay in the release of "Avatar 2" could really be worth it. Cameron just recently revealed in an interview with Coming Soon that he and his team is currently focusing on creating graphics for the ocean ecosystem of Pandora. The production team will then start filming underwater oceanographic exploration for "Avatar 2" and "Avatar 3" as soon as the graphics have been completed. He also shared other factors that concerns him. more >>
The long wait for the third installment of "Kung Fu Panda" isn't over yet so a teaser poster will have to do for now. The official poster of the upcoming CG sequel "Kung Fu Panda 3" has just been released by DreamWorks Animation and 20th Century Fox and this can only mean one thing — the lovable wacky panda hero, Po, is ready for his big comeback on screen.
The movie, which features the voices of Jack Black, Dustin Huffman, Angelina Jolie, Jackie Chan, Seth Rogen, Lucy Liu, David Cross and more will hit theaters on Jan. 29, 2016. It's still months away but the release of the trailer allowed the fans to have a glimpse of what to expect to the upcoming movie.
Po (Jack Black) meets his long-lost panda father (Bryan Cranston) when he suddenly reappears. The reunited duo travels to a secret panda paradise to meet scores of laughable new panda characters. But they encounter a supernatural villain named Kai (J.K. Simmons) who is plotting to defeat anyone who stands in his way. He defeats all the kung fu masters, urging Po to do the impossible—training a village of his fun-loving, gawkish brethren to become the ultimate band of Kung Fu Pandas. more >>
While "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is still coming this December, fans of the epic space opera are already getting reveals from "Star Wars: Rogue One," which is the first Star Wars Anthology film and directed by directed by "Godzilla" helmer Gareth Edwards.
Just recently, The Mirror published photos out from the set of the upcoming showing aerial shots taken at London's Elstree Studios. They aren't exactly best in quality but they are the first to be revealed from the standalone film.
Stormtroopers were photographed gathering at the ramp to something that looks like an Imperial ship. The scene also seems to set place in the middle of the desert which is no shocking revelation for a Star Wars movie. The set appears incomplete—either that or others will just be added in via CG. "Rogue One" has also returned to the classic Stromtrooper look instead of the updated one from Episode VII. There are no stars shown in the photo but it's no surprise, as only one name from the cast has been revealed. more >>
"Five Nights at Freddy's" film director Gil Kenan will be using a totally different storyline from the game, as well as real animatronics.
Four months after Warner Bros. Pictures acquired the rights to the film adaptation of the "Five Night's at Freddy's" video game series, news has emerged the movie will be diverging from the original storyline and incorporating actual animatronics.
The successful indie horror video game by American game designer Scott Cawthon has received even more attention ever since Warner Bros. announced in April it would be making a film adaptation. more >>
"Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F" has been steadily rising up the anime charts since it opened in theaters last Tuesday.
Japanese animated feature, "Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F" has earned a total of $1.97 million in 985 theaters since it opened in the US on Aug. 4, and it appears to be heading towards a spot in the Top 10 Anime films -- a first for an independent film.
It has recently received a 100 percent rating from Rotten Tomatoes and is fast approaching fan favorite, Hayao Miyazaki's "Howl's Moving Castle" in terms of domestic gross. more >>