Rumors have been swirling about the upcoming third sequel of the Chris Hemsworth-led "Thor." Adding to the string of rumors is this particular information from a tipster who said that the studio is currently in a dire need for a director who will take on the reins of the Thor franchise.
A person who goes by the username of "The_Marvel_Intern" on Reddit wrote that he had worked with the company back in Summer 2013 as an intern. For no apparent reason revealed, the person said that he got laid off.
What he dished out to the millions of users in the forum site is that Marvel has treated the Thor films as if it is already in its "critical condition." more >>
A new trailer for the "Minions" movie has been released, and the yellow henchmen get a chance to meet and work for the most popular super villain in the world.
In the new trailer for "Minions," it's 1968, which is 42 years B.G. (Before Gru), and the three minions—Stuart, Kevin, and Bob—are standing on the side of the road as they attempt to hitchhike to Orlando. A family on the way to Orlando picks them up, and as it turns out, they're on their way to Villain Con, a convention where the most notorious people come to bask in the love and adoration of their fans, and where attendees can apply as henchmen through the Henchmen Placement Agency. The little girl points out Scarlett Overkill as her favorite villain, and that if ever she is given the chance to be a super villain, she would grow up to be like her. This gives the minions the idea to meet Scarlett.
The minions then come face to face with the most famous villain of all—Scarlett Overkill, and she takes the minions to her mansion where she promises them all the perks that they could get once they start working for her. more >>
Executive producer Jason Blum of Blumhouse productions recently talked about his most recent horror film "Ouija." The company is responsible in producing low-budget yet stunningly successful horror-thriller franchises like "The Purge" and "Paranormal Activity."
Blum talked about a recent Ouija-themed scavenger hunting event in Hollywood, which is in line with the "Ouija" Blu-Ray release. He also spoke about his motivation to make the film.
"Well, I think an Ouija board is one of the few objects that even the people who aren't superstitious are kind of scared of," Blum said. more >>
Countless actors have performed in Shakespeare's story of Hamlet in big and small productions for centuries, but now the story is getting a twist in a modern re-telling that takes place in a black church.
Lifetime Network's production of "Megachurch Murder," inspired by Shakespeare's Hamlet, is not the average church film. While familiar church tunes such as "Oh Happy Day" take place in the televised film, so does murder, mayhem and suspense in the story centered around a girl named Hannah, portrayed by Shanica Knowles, who is struggling to deal with the death of her father Hamilton Spears, played by Malcolm-Jamal Warner.
When Hannah starts to believe that her father was threatened before his untimely passing, she uncovers clues about a church conspiracy and the possibility that her mother Martha and boyfriend Oliver's father may have played a role in her own father's death. Tamala Jones, the Christian actress who portrays Hannah's mother Martha, spoke to The Christian Post about the film delving deeper than what its title portrays it to be. more >>
Disney unveiled new images of its upcoming short film "Frozen Fever," a sequel to 2013's hit animated film "Frozen."
There's still no news of a "Frozen 2," but fans will no doubt be happy to see a sequel of sorts, even if it is just a mini film, and going by the teaser pictures, "Frozen Fever" is going to feature a big birthday celebration.
In "Frozen," fans are already aware that Elsa and Anna weren't able to spend much time together due to Elsa's isolation and fear of her icy powers. They were eventually reunited and now the sisters are planning to make up for lost time. more >>
Aside from the highly-popular HBO TV series "Game of Thrones," another George R.R. Martin literary fiction is set for a live-action adaptation, this time for film.
According to Screen Rant, Martin's "In the Lost Lands" is now heading for the big screen via a German-Canadian co-production.
On the heels of this information, The Hollywood Reporter indicated in their report that Hollywood action star Milla Jovovich is now in final negotiations to star in the upcoming fantasy-adventure movie which is planned to begin shooting in Germany "in the last quarter of 2015." more >>