Now that news already circulating that filming for the seventh installment of high-octane action film series "Fast and Furious" is through, fans are already hankering for some updates about the movie. Here's what we rounded up so far.
"Fast and Furious 7" is slated for release in April 3, 2015 after it has been moved from its initial schedule on July 2, 2014.
It was written by Chris Morgan and directed by James Wan, who will be helming the franchise for the very first time. more >>
20th Century Fox announced in a press release that a third and the final installment for the hit-action thriller film "Taken" is already in the works and is expected to hit the theaters on January 9, 2015. Reports indicated that principal photography for the film already began last March 29 in locations around Los Angeles.
For fans who are wondering what will "Taken 3" be about this time, Manly Movie said in their publication that Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) will "get framed for a murder he didn't commit."
"Pursued by police, Bryan rendezvous' with his daughter, Maggie, in the women's restroom during her class at UCLA. The police discover his whereabouts and attempt to apprehend him at the university. Bryan sets off a flash grenade in a classroom, setting off the school's fire sprinkler system, creating havoc and allowing his escape," the website revealed. more >>
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"Dolphin Tale 2" Rated: PG (Mild Thematic Elements) Running Time: 112 minutes Opens: Friday, Sept. 12 Who: Harry Connick, Jr., Ashley Judd, Morgan Freeman Directed by: Charles Martin Smith more >>
Filmmakers and cast members of the film "The Good Lie" came together in this behind-the-scenes exclusive. You will hear one on one interviews with cast members of the new film, including Reese Witherspoon and Ron Howard.
Warner Bros. will be releasing this inspirational film on Oct. 3, 2014.
Watch as they discuss the movie's faith themes in the video below: more >>
A sequel to the first Superman film, "Man of Steel," is coming March 2016 and will be titled "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice." Plot details are still scarce since the film is still a long way away but there are rumors about certain details in production such as the alleged "No Jokes" policy and Lex Luthor's plan in the film.
For the "No Joke" rumor, Warner Bros. has supposedly mandated that the film will be shot at a more serious tone compared to the Marvel Universe films. The DC Comics Universe films have only begun to create films based on the comics.
Warner Bros. seems to be posititioning its films to be more serious than the Marvel films, where a little subtle (and not-so-sublte) comedy is inserted here and there. more >>
After months of being off the radar, news about the rumored "Iron Man 4" is swirling and it doesn't sound like there's much hope of the film being made. There won't be any "Iron Man 4" at the moment, according to Tony Stark/Iron Man actor himself, Robert Downey Jr.
"There isn't one in the pipe. No, there's no plan for a fourth 'Iron Man,'" he told Variety Sunday.
The 49-year-old actor was recently seen in Toronto to promote his new film "The Judge," which is the first film project of the newly-founded production company called Team Downey – a company under the Warner Bros which Downey and his wife Susan opened on June 14, 2010. more >>