Paramount Pictures expressed plans of releasing "Star Trek 3" – the third sequel for the rebooted series – next year, just in time for the 50th anniversary celebration of the late Gene Roddenberry's original sci-fi show, according to earlier reports. However, latest developments suggest that fans of the popular series will have to wait further.
Roberto Orci, writer and producer of the last two "Star Trek" installments who is now reported to take over J.J. Abram's directorial reign, revealed that there's still isn't word about the sequel from the film studio itself.
"Well, I don't want to count my chickens before they hatch," he told Variety. "The studio has yet to even read the script. I'm in the middle of writing it, with the talented team of [John D.] Payne and [Patrick] McKay. They are true Star Trek fans, as well. So, I can't even think anything about the future until I give them a script and they greenlight it. Until that happens, everything else is just a rumor." more >>
Roughly eight years since its release, director James Cameron is making good on his previous promise when he said that if "Avatar" became successful he would make a sequel. With the acclaim the original film gained and tickets the film has sold since then, Cameron confirmed in MTV Movies Blog that he will make good on his promise.
Fans are excited to get a glimpse as to when the productions of the next film begins or what would the plot be about. Thankfully, "Guardians of the Galaxy" star Zoe Saldana was able to unveil some hints.
Although the "Colombiana" actress wasn't concrete about the details, she still suggested that it will be about "an overall spiritual journey." more >>
Upcoming Marvel movie "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" is entering into its post-production stage as writer and director Joss Whedon announced on his Twitter and more speculations of new characters for the next installment came up.
First off, Devin Faraci of Bad A-- Digest revealed in an article about a possible female cameo.
"I have information about multiple drafts of Avengers: Age of Ultron, and all feature a cameo by a character the script calls Ms. Marvel (nothing else, including a civilian name or basic look, is specified)," the blog reports. more >>
A recent sociological study undermines the common conception that with advanced education comes a general loss of religious affiliation.
To the contrary, those with the least amount of higher education were more inclined toward religious non-affiliation than those with more years of higher education.
"Among Americans born in the 1970s, college education has a negative effect on non-affiliation … for those born between 1965 and 1979, the non-college-educated are disproportionately likely to report both no affiliation and no service attendance," the study notes. more >>
Netflix has become the favorite means for many people who don't need or have cable, satellite, or other means of entertainment. With millions of subscribers, each month movie fans look for the latest releases updated onto the platform for streaming.
Below is a list of "What's New on Netflix" for August 2014 both for TV shows and movies.
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A stream of sequels is on the horizon for Marvel, including "The Avengers: Age of Ultron (2017) and Civil War (2018)," "Thor: Ragnarok," "World War Hulk" and "Guardians of the Galaxy: War of Kings." New Marvel franchises "Ant Man," "Black Panther," "The Inhumans" and "Doctor Strange," are coming, and the superhero movie machine is working in overdrive. However, one of the most eagerly anticipated sequels being touted is "Captain America 3."
While it has been rumored that the third Captain America movie will hit the big screen on May 6, 2016, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has seemingly confirmed some rumors surrounding the release date, telling Empire Online that the company has intentions of releasing the sequel to "Winter Soldier" in May 2016.
May 6, 2016 is also the due release date for DC's "Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice." This creates speculation among many that Marvel and DC will have a showdown with these two movie releases on the same date. Superhero fans will have to choose which movie to see on the opening weekend and will pit Captain America against Batman and Superman. more >>