Warner Bros. version of "The Jungle Book" will be darker. This is what Andy Serkis assured those looking forward to the studio's own adaptation of the movie, whose current version is currently raking a lot of money for Walt Disney.
As of this writing, Disney's version of "Jungle Book" has made more than $828 million as its global gross. While it is true that Warner Bros.' version of the well-loved children's story is not scheduled to hit the theaters until October 2018, this early Serkis is already making sure that his own rendition of the movie will be distinct from that of the current blockbuster.
In an attempt to forewarn the viewers of how different Warner Bros. "Jungle Book" will be from the one that is still shown in the theaters today, Serkis likened it to DC and Marvel movies, meaning that his will be carry a darker tone like that of the former. more >>
Kristen Stewart is devil may care despite getting booed by some of the audience at the Cannes Festival, where her psychological thriller "Personal Shopper" was screened.
"Everybody did not boo. Let's be clear," Stewart said when she was interviewed after the screening of the said film, as per Hollywood Reporter.
While it is true that some of those who saw the movie couldn't help but expressed whatever left them dissatisfied about the movie, others were generous enough in showing their appreciation by giving it a good round of applause and a standing ovation that lasted for more than four minutes. more >>
March 2, 2018 marks the day for a battle of two monsters, at the box-office, at least. After it was initially announced that Warner Bros. is developing a movie about a prehistoric shark, which is to be titled "Meg," the studio has recently announced that it has been earmarked the just mentioned date as the day for the said movie to hit the theaters. Incidentally, 20th Century Fox has also slated the release of its upcoming "The Predator" on the same showing date.
"Meg" is based on Steve Alten's New York Times best-selling novel and will be helmed by "National Treasure's" Jon Turteltaub. It will run on a script penned by James Vanderbilt, who also wrote the respective scripts for "The Amazing Spider-Man" and "Independence Day: Resurgence."
Paramount Pictures has finally revealed the title of the upcoming fifth sequel of the hit film series franchise.
On Tuesday, the official "Transformers" movie Instagram account posted a thirty-second short clip featuring an extreme close-up look of Optimus Prime's face and the title which reads, "Transformers: The Last Knight."
As indicated in the teaser, production of the film is set to commence this June. Fans will then have to wait a year or so to finally see what new story about the transforming robots director Michael Bay has to offer this time around. Most of all, the public would like to know, who could be this "Last Knight?" more >>
Good news for all horror-thrill seekers. Blumhouse Productions has confirmed that they will be adding another installment in their famous horror series "Insidious."
According to a report by The Wrap, Universal Studios announced that they will be releasing "Insidious: Chapter 4" in 2017. The date has also been specified already which is going to be on Oct. 20, a schedule that the studio previously reserved for an untitled project.
The film will be getting a new director, though. The first two movies in the franchise were directed by James Wan ("The Conjuring") while the latest one was directed by Leigh Whannell ("Saw"). more >>
Paramount Pictures finally announced the official title to the previously known fifth installment of the Transformers film franchise. The upcoming Michael Bay film will be called "Transformers: The Last Knight, and will be hitting the big screens in June of next year.
The official title came as quite a surprise for the franchise's followers, leading to speculations that the storyline might include the medieval times. "The Last Knight" will feature the return of Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg), with a new lead named Izabella (Isabelo Moner).
According to Comingsoon, the film production will start next month in Detroit. But just like the previous installments, this one also will feature scenes from various parts of the world. In response to the news that some parts of the film will be shot in Detroit, the commissioner of the Michigan Film and Digital Media Office, Jenell Leonard, said that it provides a definite boost to the state's economy. "Having one of the highest profile film franchises in Michigan is a major economic boost and a testament to the talent of the state's production community," she added. more >>