The trailer for "Jurassic World," another sequel in the dinosaur film franchise, was released Tuesday. The trailer is a prelude and a foreshadowing to all the running and screaming the cast will inevitably be doing during the movie.
The film will be starring Chris Pratt, as a scientist who conducts behavioral research on raptors. The trailer features Pratt saying what most people would say about scientists creating their own dinosaur. "You just went and made a new dinosaur? Probably not a good idea."
Following sequences are what one would most likely expect in a dinosaur film trailer: people screaming, running away from a "still-to-be-seen" dinosaur hybrid, and Pratt riding a motorbike alongside sprinting raptors. more >>
Preacher and Hollywood producer Devon Franklin recently spoke with The Christian Post about his marriage and how he and actress wife Megan Good came through a serious trial together.
In September, Good and several other celebrities, had their iClouds hacked and revealing photos stolen and leaked to the public.
Many criticized Good, wondering why she would pose for such photos and send them to her husband, a well-known pastor. The couple stayed relatively quiet on the topic, but Franklin spoke about the situation with The Christian Post this week. more >>
Kirk Cameron responded to low ratings of his latest film, "Saving Christmas," by 'blasting haters and atheists' on Friday.
"Keep storming! The gates of Rotten Tomatoes are falling! You are A M A Z I N G! You just drove the Rotten Tomato rating to an all-time high, soaring high of 94%! Now the haters and atheists are coming out of the woodwork, attempting to hammer your good work (they rallied to drop your rating super low)," Cameron posted on Facebook. "They are attempting, once again, to ruin Saving Christmas for everyone. Look at their language, vulgarity, and spirit of hate."
The actor and star of "Saving Christmas" decided to take to Facebook to address those who criticized his new film on Rotten Tomatoes. He previously went on Facebook to ask the public to help improve the rating of the film. more >>
After their big success on the sci-fi movie "Edge of Tomorrow" with action star Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt's name is attached to Marvel on its upcoming Phase Three project.
Fans of the cinematic universe have long been speculating who Marvel would call on to play a lead role in "Captain Marvel" standalone movie, which as reported, would be the studio's first film to feature a female hero.
ScreenCrush, who interviewed the 31-year-old actress during her promotional tour for the movie "Into the Woods," said that Blunt find the rumors "quite flattering" although she admits that she hasn't talked yet with the company. more >>
For the past months, not much has been known about the progress of Ridley Scott film "Prometheus 2" until this week, when the 76-year-old director started dropping some hints about the alien prequel/sequel with a revelation that the flick will feature a "fresh" monster.
The English helmer spoke with The Australian to promote his upcoming film "Exodus: Gods and Kings." Scott told the publication the follow-up will be "fresh" and is "getting away from gods and dragons..."
"If I see one more dragon I'm going to shoot myself. Stop the dragons," he said. more >>
It's not too hard to imagine that Hallmark's TV movie "Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas" — produced and written by Martha Williamson, the creative visionary behind the ground-breaking TV show "Touched by an Angel" — premiering on Sunday will become a Christmas classic, early reviews say as much.
Crown Media Family Networks recently announced that the Hallmark Channel original weekly scripted series, "Signed, Sealed, Delivered," also produced and written by Williamson, will move to sister network Hallmark Movies & Mysteries as a movie franchise consisting of a series of two-hour original films. Debuting on Nov. 23 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, 8C, "Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas" will be the first movie in the franchise, with three more slated for 2015.
"Signed, Sealed, Delivered," the weekly series, is described as a comedic drama that follows the lives of a group of postal workers who transform themselves into an untraditional team of detectives to track down intended recipients of undeliverable mail. Their missions take them out of the office into an unpredictable world where redirected letters and packages can save lives, solve crimes, reunite old loves and change futures by arriving late but somehow on time. more >>