The sequel of the hit action movie franchise "G.I. Joe" will have Dwayne Johnson's Roadblock as its main lead. Other than that, it hasn't been known who the Joes will face in the upcoming "G.I. Joe 3."
But that might not be the case anymore. Recent talks now indicate that the next film will now bring out the "terrible twin twosome" Tomax and Xamot.
Film Divider stated that the coming installment will see the combined powers of the "sinister split zygotes." more >>
A documentary about a pastor who made a box for abandoned babies seeks to share the love of Christ with the world.
"The Drop Box," a film made in partnership with Focus on the Family, tells the story of South Korean Pastor Lee Jong-rak, who, after gaining a reputation for his willingness to care for disabled children, built a box into his home's wall because he did not want any baby to be thrown away.
The Christian Post watched an advanced Feb. 4 screening of the film at The Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C., and interviewed Lee, filmmaker Brian Ivie, and Focus on the Family President Jim Daly. more >>
Glen Campbell earned his sixth Grammy Award for the song "Not Gonna Miss You" despite having to miss the awards ceremony on Sunday night.
The iconic country music singer was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2011 and his condition continues to deteriorate today, making it impossible to attend Sunday's awards. Nevertheless, Campbell's "Not Gonna Miss You" won the Grammy Award for Best Country Song, beating out Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, Miranda Lambert and Tim McGraw in the category.
"Not Gonna Miss You" was written for Campbell's documentary, "I'll Be Me," which chronicles his battle against Alzheimer's and its crippling memory loss. The bittersweet love song was written by Campbell and Julian Raymond and is considered the last song for 78-year-old Campbell whose health is rapidly deteriorating. Nevertheless, upon news of Campbell's Grammy win, the singer's wife Kim Wooden reported that her husband is feeling "healthy, content and jovial." more >>
Beyonce took to the stage at the Grammys on Sunday night and belted out a touching rendition of Mahalia Jackson's "Precious Lord, Take My Hand." Despite putting on a heartfelt show, the performance has been overshadowed by controversy with critics asking why Beyonce was selected to sing the gospel track over "Selma" actress Ledisi.
Ledisi sang Jackson's song in "Selma," which was one of the highlights of the Academy award-nominated film. more >>
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 >>