The 2012 prequel to the popular 1979 science fiction horror film "Alien" will be getting a sequel on March 4, 2016 and will be titled "Prometheus: Paradise." The "Aliens" sequel "Prometheus" left out a lot of open-ended questions that director Ridley Scott wanted to answer via a sequel.
Filming of the sequel began only recently this year and then only last month, Scott was announced to have been instead working on the adaptation of "The Martian" set for an earlier 2015 release date.
"Prometheus: Paradise" will be the fifth installment in the "Alien" franchise and will continue from where the first film left off – with Elizabeth Shaw taking the alien ship in order to know more about humanity's creators. more >>
"Fast and Furious 7," one of the most buzzed about films in 2014, is now close in hitting the theaters. Its release date was pushed back from July 11 of this year to April 10, 2015, and Paul Walker's character will now reportedly have a happy ending.
The untimely death of the movie franchise's lead actor contributed to production setbacks, which almost caused Universal Studios to scratch out the whole unfinished film and start anew. Thankfully, with the genius of director James Wan and writer Chris Morgan, they were able to tweak around the script and give Paul Walker's Brian O'Conner a happier ending. Recent rumors indicated that brothers of the late actor, Cody and Caleb, stood in as body doubles during the re-shootings.
Meanwhile, co-star Vin Diesel, who plays Dominic Torretto in the film series, posted a rather sentimental post on his social media with a photo of him and his good friend Walker on what seems to be in the set of the previous "Fast and Furious 6" movie. more >>
"Duck Dynasty" star Willie Robertson announced his involvement with the highly anticipated rapture-inspired film "Left Behind" this week.
The A&E reality star is promoting the apocalyptic action-thriller as an executive producer.
"I am so excited to be a part of the brand new feature film 'Left Behind,'" Robertson said in a statement. "As I continue my journey into the major motion picture business, I am proud to be associated with this project which is based off of the best-selling novel that really brings the book series to life. It's a film that audiences need to see to believe- are you ready?" more >>
Blake Rayne, star of the new musical drama "The Identical," recently opened up about the distinct similarities between himself and one of the characters he plays in the film.
The former Elvis Presley impersonator, 41, makes his acting debut in a dual role alongside "Goodfellas" star Ray Liotta (fiery pastor Reece Wade) and acclaimed actress Ashley Judd (Pastor Wade's wife). One of the characters he plays, Ryan Wade, is a pastor's son from Nashville, Tennessee who is in search of his identity and life purpose and in real life, Rayne can definitely relate.
"The similarities between myself and the Ryan Wade character [are] really outstanding," he told The Christian Post exclusively. "I was certainly able to draw a lot of information from my own life to play Ryan Wade on the screen." more >>
Meagan Good has a dream project in the works that combines her Christian faith and love of music.
Good, the 33-year-old Christian actress and producer who has never shied away from being vocal about her faith, recently told The New York Amsterdam News about a new project she has in the works.
"I have a dream project brewing," Good hinted to Amsterdam News. "It involves music and faith. I'll share more. Until then, In Jesus time." more >>
Taraji P. Henson has taken time out of her busy promotional schedule for the upcoming movie "No Good Deeds" to help her fans along their own paths to greatness.
Henson, a 43-year-old actress, may star in the upcoming thriller "No Good Deeds," but she seemingly ignored the title to offer some Godly advice to a fan Friday morning.
"What's the best advice you have to offer as I begin my journey?," one fan questioned Henson on Twitter. more >>