Just in time for the reported filming phase in Boston, new reports pointing out to the plot and character details on the upcoming Paul Feig-helmed "Ghostbusters" reboot movie went online.
As of this moment, the public may already know that the all-girl ensemble is to be headlined by Feig's collaborators Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones. However, information is still scarce as to what exact characters will they respectively play.
Collider shared what appear to be details from a particular scene. more >>
The 2009 film "The Blind Side" earned over $300 million at the box office and scored an Academy Award nomination, but the lead character in the story, Michael Oher, says its popularity "downgraded" his NFL career.
Oher, who was portrayed by Quinton Aaron in the critically-acclaimed film, was the inspiration behind author Michael Lewis' best-selling true story, The Blind Side. Adapted to film, "The Blind Side" starred Sandra Bullock and followed Oher's struggle with poverty before he was adopted by a devoutly Christian white family.
The real-life athlete went on to play football at the University of Mississippi before the Ravens picked him in the first round of the 2009 NFL draft. Today, however, Oher says the film has diminished his career. more >>
With Pixar's latest animated film "Inside Out" due in theaters this week, producers made sure young audiences would comprehend the complex ideas behind the child-driven film.
Pixar's new computer animated comedy, "Inside Out" will be premiering in U.S. theaters Friday, and director Pete Docter admitted to taking steps to ensure kids would understand the ideas that take place in the film.
"Inside Out," produced by Jonas Rivera under Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios, is a computer animated children's movie that takes place entirely in the mind of Riley, an 11-year-old girl. more >>
"X-Men: Apocalypse" is reportedly bringing back old fashioned special effects in an era where most movies rely on computers and CGI.
"X-Men: Apocalypse" director Bryan Singer recently released an Instagram video showing a clip from the set of the upcoming movie utilizing old fashioned special effects.
Based on the glimpse of the work-behind-the-scenes, the latest film in the X-Men universe will be employing practical effects instead of relying on the current standby of computer-based animation and imagery and CGI. more >>
Angelina Jolie may be breaking her no-sequel rule very soon. Disney is planning to develop a sequel to the box office hit "Maleficent" which starred Angelina Jolie as the scorned fairy-turned-witch.
The report said that Linda Woolverton is in talks to pen "Maleficent 2." Woolverton wrote last year's live-action fairy tale hit. According to the report's inside source, Woolverton is going to work on the screenplay with the assumption that Jolie is going to reprise her role as Maleficent.
Jolie, however, has not yet signed on for the sequel, but earlier reports point to a possibility she may reconsider her no-sequel rule. According to a report in Cinema Blend, she had previously turned down sequels for her other successful movies such as "Salt" and "Wanted." Her experience in the "Tomb Raider" franchise is being cited as the reason for her no-sequel rule. more >>
Actor Daniel Craig will no longer play the iconic British super spy James Bond in after the next film, according to reports. The 47-year-old English actor debuted for the role in 2005 in "Casino Royale" and will appear for his last Bond film in this year's "Spectre."
Rumors now say that the 007 badge will be passed on to "Homeland" star Damian Lewis, who is now in favorable odds among U.K. bookmakers.
A report from The Hollywood Reporter revealed that Lewis was previously at 25/1 odds to fill the role. He is now up to a 3/1 shot which now places him in a top spot among other reported contenders like Tom Hardy (4/1), Henry Cavill (5/1), and Michael Fassbender (7/1). more >>