Vincent D'Onofrio has just signed on to play a villain in the reboot of popular 70's TV series, "CHiPs."
Returning from a successful run as Netflix's "Daredevil" villain Wilson Fisk, Vincent D'Onofrio is moving on to another bad guy role as a former-cop-turned-auto-theft-boss in the movie reboot of hit television show, "CHiPs."
For D'Onofrio, who once patrolled the beat as volatile Detective Robert Goren in 141 episodes of "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," taking on the role of an ex-cop is close to previous characters. more >>
Starting this Sunday a church located in the heart of New York City will be giving away free movie tickets to every first-time visitor as well as the person who invites them.
Flyers highlighting the chance to attend the movies for free by simply showing up for worship services at The Journey Church in Manhattan were distributed in a local paper Thursday morning as a part of a summer teaching series called "God on Films."
The movie ticket offering was also highlighted via the church's social media accounts. more >>
As fans are eagerly anticipating the appearance of Wonder Woman in "Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice" and in her own solo movie "Wonder Woman," not much is known about the movie's plot or storyline. The only recent news about the movie is the change in who is directing it.
Now, a report in Variety says that actor Chris Pine is being eyed to join the lead cast in the "Wonder Woman" film. While Gal Gadot plays the role of the lead superhero, Pine is rumored to be playing the role of Steve Trevor, Wonder Woman's love interest in the movie. Pine is known for his starring roles in the "Star Trek" remake movies, as Captain Kirk. This will be his first venture into the DC cinematic universe.
The film is being directed by Patty Jenkins, who replaced Michelle Maclaren, with a script by Jason Fuchs. It is set to be released in 2017. Charles Roven is executive producer for Atlas Entertainment, while Zack Snyder, who also directed "Batman v Superman" is also a producer. more >>
Reports have emerged Chris Pine is in negotiations to co-star opposite Gal Gadot as the male lead in "Wonder Woman."
"Star Trek" actor, Chris Pine is reportedly in talks with Warner Bros. to co-star in the upcoming superhero film, "Wonder Woman."
The film has been the subject of much discussion ranging from fans' opinion of "Fast and Furious" actress Gadot being physically unsuited to the role of warrior Amazon, to the lack of a male lead. more >>
The Batmobile made an appearance on the "Suicide Squad" set in a car chase scene with the Joker and Harley Quinn, giving rise to a major spoiler for the upcoming Warner Bros. film.
A recent car chase scene shot with Jared Leto's the Joker and Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn in the Joker's vehicle showed the Batmobile in hot pursuit, revealing a massive spoiler for DC Entertainment's "Suicide Squad."
According to IGN, it was reported Ben Affleck showed up at the "Suicide Squad" Toronto set in April, and when Batman's car made an appearance during filming this week, fans put two and two together and surmised the caped avenger would have a part, or at the very least, a cameo, in the August 5, 2016 anti-hero film. more >>
In this era of sequels, remakes and reboots, another cult classic has joined the fray. A sequel to the 1982 movie "Conan the Barbarian" is in the works, as confirmed by its star, Arnold Schwarzenegger and its writer/producer Chris Morgan. The sequel titled "Legend of Conan" is being developed with Universal Pictures.
Morgan recently shared some details about the upcoming sequel. According to a report in The Wrap, Morgan described the movie as such: "Think 'Unforgiven' … with a sword-wielding barbarian." It will follow the story of Conan, 30 years after the events in the 1982 movie.
"Our tone is a logical extension of the character established in the '82 film … but 30 years later. When we meet him again, Conan has been many things over the course of his life -- a thief, a warrior, a pirate, a king, a legend -- and is now an older man," the producer told a fan website. more >>