A month ago, news started circulating that the surprise hit "Kingsman: The Secret Service" is getting a sequel at 20th Century Fox. Tentatively dubbed "Kingsman 2," the sequel is said to be in the works with its film director Matthew Vaughn involved in its early development.
According to a report in Cinema Blend, the film's director, Matthew Vaughn, recently shared some interesting tidbits about the sequel in development. While promoting the release of the film on Blu-ray, Vaughn was interviewed about the film, as well as the upcoming sequel.
While the first film featured mostly British spies owing to its focus on a British spy organization, the second film according to Vaughn will likely feature an American agent. The first film featured an American villain though, in the person of Valentine, an eco-terrorist who was played by Samuel L. Jackson. Some of the movie scenes also happened in America. more >>
The upcoming female-led "Ghostbusters" movie just got a big boost. The movie has signed up heartthrob actor Chris Hemsworth to be part of the cast.
The movie's director, Paul Feig, took to Twitter to announce the big news and give fans a hint on the role that Hemsworth will play in the movie. His post included a photo of Hemsworth with the caption: "Our receptionist. #whoyougonnacall."
Feig most recently directed the action-comedy "Spy" starring Melissa McCarthy, Jude Law and Jason Statham, which debuted at no. 1 in the U.S. box office. The director is also said to have co-written the script with Katie Dippold. more >>
Legendary Christian singer and actor Pat Boone is praising NBC's "A.D. The Bible Continues" for "fighting every kind of moral depravity" on television today.
The best-selling author, whose career in music, television, and movies has spanned more than 60 years, is appearing as a guest on this week's installment of the show's companion web series, "Beyond A.D." In an interview with The Christian Post, Boone drew parallels between "A.D." and the biblically-based entertainment that was available at the start of his career.
"There was [ the 1956 film] 'The Ten Commandments' and there were great films, and they really had a great impact on people," said Boone. "It was a more moral and rich time — now the Gospel is being preached to people who don't want to hear it and there are all kinds of enemies. Right now, 'A.D.' is fighting every kind of cultural and moral depravity on TV and cable channels and on regular broadcast. You have to fight to be heard and fight for the ratings, [and] it's winning." more >>
Paul Feig, the "Bridesmaid" director who is now helming the all-female reboot project of "Ghostbusters," recently revealed a big casting shocker update.
The report from Entertainment Weekly said that "Thor" superhero actor Chris Hemsworth is now cast to play a role in the upcoming supernatural comedy film revival.
"Our receptionist. #whoyougonnacall," Feig's Twitter post was captioned while showing Hemsworth. more >>
With a staggering and still counting box office sales of this year's "Pitch Perfect 2," reports are rife that Universal Pictures have plans to follow up the successful movie about the Barden Bellas.
A report from the LA Times said that "it should not be a big surprise at all" that Kay Cannon, the writer for the first two titles, is now in "early talks" to pen the third installment of the franchise.
The publication claimed to have gotten some information inside the studio that indeed a third "Pitch Perfect" film is "in development." The source however declined to add on the status of the negotiations. more >>
Barely a year ago, one of the stars of the action movie franchise "Bad Boys," Martin Lawrence, announced that he will be coming back as Detective Marcus Burnett in "Bad Boys 3." Since then, not much has been heard about the sequel, until recently.
According to a report in Deadline, "Bad Boys 3" may be close to happening after all. The report says that the movie may have found a director to helm the next installment, and it's not going to be Michael Bay. Joe Carnahan is said to be in talks to take on the project. Carnahan is known for his work in TV, with "State of Affairs" and "The Blacklist." His feature films include the Liam Neeson-starrer "The Grey," the big screen adaptation of "The A-Team" and the dark comedy "Stretch."
Sony Pictures is said to be keen on moving the movie forward, according to another report in Cinema Blend. They are reportedly wanting to "fast track" this so that Will Smith will have something to consider immediately after finishing work with "Suicide Squad." Will Smith will hopefully consider returning to reprise his role as Detective Mike Lowry. more >>