Fans of the "Star Wars" films will now be able to watch a digital movie collection of the entire series tomorrow.
Lucasfilm, Walt Disney Studios, and 20th Century Fox have announced the digital HD release of the entire "Star Wars" movie collection by tomorrow, April 10, to build anticipation for the upcoming Dec. 18 premiere of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
All six films in the classic epic saga, from 1999's "Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace" to 1983's "Return of the Jedi" will be getting the digital treatment and will available worldwide on Digital HD. more >>
The star of Roadside Attractions and Godspeed Pictures "Where Hope Grows" Kris Polaha revealed the rewards of appearing in the family-friendly film that revolves around Down syndrome this week.
In theaters everywhere on May 15, "Where Hope Grows" follows Polaha as Calvin Campbell, a former baseball star and single parent struggling with alcoholism. Although his life is spinning out of control, Calvin finds a friend in the most unlikely of people – Produce, a young man with Down syndrome. As their friendship blossoms, Calvin's bitterness and resentment begins to fade as he sees the world through Produce's eyes.
"There are a few projects in an artist's life that remind him of why he wanted to be an artist in the first place," Polaha said to The Christian Post. With 'Where Hope Grows,' it was whole new experience on a personal level – I was going through a prayerful time [while filming], I was fasting. On a spiritual level, it was a cool moment." more >>
Marvel Studios has released a final trailer for their upcoming "Avengers: Age of Ultron," featuring Scarlett Johansson doing serious damage to the enemy.
Scarlett Johansson, who plays the Black Widow, Natasha Romanoff in "Avengers: Age of Ultron," dominates screen time in Marvel Studios' final trailer for the May 1 film with her vicious fighting skills.
During filming, Johansson was pregnant with her now seven-month-old daughter, and her on-screen time consisted of close-up shots, body concealing costumes to hide her growing stomach, visual effects, and stunt doubles, but her intense action sequences in the film have been captured in the final trailer. more >>
The producers behind 2014's "Left Behind" remake have announced that there will be a sequel to the Bible Apocalypse movie, with the story picking up after the Rapture.
"We are living in the last days and if the Rapture were to happen today, there are a lot of people who just aren't ready," Paul Lalonde, "Left Behind" producer and CEO of Cloud Ten Pictures, said in a press release shared with The Christian Post.
"This is why we need to complete the story as soon as possible beginning with LEFT BEHIND 2. But, if we want to keep control of our story, we will once again have to fund the movie independently. We have all seen what happens to Christian, Bible-based stories when the Hollywood studios take control. They change the fundamental meaning of God's Word and make a mockery of the Christian faith. With the help of campaign supporters we won't let that happen to LEFT BEHIND 2." more >>
Pure Flix recently announced the July 1 release date for "Faith of Our Fathers," a new film commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War with a star-studded cast.
The moving story of faith and friendship features an exemplary list of talents that include Stephen Baldwin and former "Full House" star Candace Cameron Bure, who marks her return to feature films with the release. Furthermore, "Faith of Our Fathers" sees David A.R. White and "Duck Dynasty" star Si Robertson, who is a Vietnam veteran, among many more.
"So many young men who went to Vietnam never came home," Robertson said in a statement. "Hey, they left families behind who never got to know those great guys. This story is about two sons on a road to learn about their dads. It's a story about Vietnam, but it happens in all wars, and I'm proud to be part of a film that helps bring peace to people." more >>
Olivia Wilde and Garret Hedlund are teaming up to reprise their roles in "Tron 3," the sequel to 2010's sci-fi film, "Tron: Legacy."
Disney Pictures has given the go signal for a third installment in the "Tron" franchise, and Olivia Wilde will be returning with Garret Hedlund for "Tron 3," which is scheduled to start filming in Vancouver on October this year.
In the 2010 follow-up to the original 1982 film, Garret Hedlund played Sam Flynn, son of Kevin Flynn, who was the original creator of the arcade game, Tron. Olivia Wilde was Quorra, an ISO warrior created by Kevin Flynn who helps Sam escape back to the real world after he is trapped the virtual reality GRID created by his father. more >>