As the premiere draws for the Marvel's "Doctor Strange" rumors about actress Rachel McAdams becoming the badass "Night Nurse", the go-to person of wounded vigilantes and heroes, was not confirmed by the executive producer himself. McAdams is playing the role of Christine Palmer who is a colleague of Dr. Stephen Strange, the titular superhero of the movie, who happens to be his love interest and link to the past.
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Despite the still ongoing speculations that aside from the expected role of the actress, she might take on a way cooler persona later down the line of the movie. Mcadams has not confirmed anything about the circulating stories about the '"Night Nurse" character, choosing to be mum about it, instead of addressing the issue. more >>
"Duck Dynasty" star Sadie Robertson stars in the upcoming film "I'm Not Ashamed," which is about the first student killed at Columbine High School in 1999, Rachel Joy Scott, who was targeted because of her Christian faith. Robertson says Scott's example is something young people like herself can be inspired by.
Scott was the first of 12 students and one teacher who were gunned down at Columbine on April 20, 1999, and the film is based on her journals, which are said to be honest and heartfelt accounts of her life.
The title, "I'm Not Ashamed," is taken directly from Scott's writings. She prayed, "Father, use my life to touch the world and let your light shine through me." more >>
It may have taken five years, but the "Underworld" film franchise is finally back with its latest offering set to hit the theaters worldwide starting January 6, 2017.
The "Underworld: Blood Wars" film will heed the clamor of its huge fanbase that just can't seem to get enough of this action-horror film, despite the fact that there have been four previous installments from the series that were released already.
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Set to hit the theaters on Oct. 17, 2017, the movie "Justice League" centers on the joint effort of Batman a.k.a. Bruce Wayne, played by Ben Affleck, and Wonder Woman also known as Diana Prince, played by Gal Gadot, to battle one of the most feared nemesis in DC world. They have also recruited the help of three other superheroes to bear arms with them.
In a teaser trailer posted by director Zack Snyder himself, after wrapping up the London scene shoot, Batman, Wonderwoman, The Flash, Cyborg, and Aquaman headed down into the bat cave, hinting that Cyborg and Aquaman had finally joined the league of heroes after Batman failed to recruit them early on.
Snyder teased fans before that another villain might make an appearance in the movie. He posted a photo of him tweaking an illustration of Deathstroke, leading fans to speculate that this is the new villainous character to be introduced. more >>
CHICAGO — R-rated films typically aren't known for their spiritual themes, sermons and biblical references. There is the rare exception — "The Passion of the Christ" comes to mind — but in most cases R-rated movies carry content that most Christians simply would rather avoid.
This weekend, another exception — "The Birth of a Nation" (R) — hits theaters, telling the true story of Nat Turner, the slave/preacher who shared the Good News of Scripture to his fellow slaves and anyone who would listen, and who felt led by God in 1831 to lead a violent revolt against plantation owners in Virginia that led to his death.
Not since "The Passion" has an R-rated movie contained so much Christian content in a positive light. In fact, it's not hyperbole to say that "The Birth of a Nation," which was directed by and stars Nate Parker, includes more faith-based and biblical content than 90 percent of faith-based films, not to mention many Sunday morning sermons I've heard during my life. more >>
The New York Comic Con crowd got a sneak peek of the upcoming film from director Matt Reeves--- 2017's "War for the Planet of the Apes." The teasers for the film were presented by the filmmaker, alongside producer Dylan Clark and actor Andy Serkis, who plays the role of Caesar.
Reeves credited Serkis for all his work in the film, and even went so far as to say that the actor's performance need to be rewarded by no less than an Oscars. "He's an incredible, incredible actor," the director said.
The third movie for the Planet of the Apes franchise was a taxing production, according to Serkis, while Clark referred to it as their biggest movie to date in the series. more >>