The synopsis for director Roland Emmerich's upcoming follow-up film for his 1996 hit science-fiction pic "Independence Day," has finally been revealed.
"Independence Day 2," which is currently undergoing its production phase in New Mexico, is one of the titles that will be headlining next week at the Licensing Expo in Las Vegas. Collider claims to have gotten an information sheet for the slate of films that 20th Century Fox will be promoting.
Among the material is a synopsis for "Independence Day 2." The site noted that "this may not be the official" summary. However, the specifics that are to be given below may offer some glimpse as to what fans should expect when it hits the cinemas. more >>
Since the new "Power Rangers" movie announced its official release date last August, the movie is reportedly shaping up for more mature audiences.
"Project Almanac" director Dean Israelite, who was announced to direct the upcoming "Power Rangers" movie, has revealed the popular early 90s children television series is taking a more mature turn on the big screen.
Israelite admitted the script for the movie appears to be a more contemporary and mature version of the TV series, but will retain its fun and playful take on adventure as its fans remember it. more >>
Ahead of another big superhero solo movie due the same year, Warner Brothers recently signed James Wan to helm "Aquaman." The other big superhero movie is "The Flash" which has yet to get a director.
James Wan is better known for his recent work with "Furious 7," a big box-office success, as well as his horror films, such as "The Conjuring," "Insidious" and "Saw." Aside from his directorial duties in "Aquaman," he will also reportedly supervise the script, which will be written by Kurt Johnstad of "300," according to another report in Variety.
Variety also reported that Warner Bros. has shared the first plot summary for the upcoming film. It will follow the story of Aquaman, the King of the Seven Seas and "the reluctant ruler of Atlantis." He is caught in between protecting the seas from the exploits of man and the surface world, and trying to keep control of Atlantis, a society on the verge of a revolt. He is however "committed to protecting the entire globe" so he has to find a balance between the two worlds somehow. more >>
"Guardians of the Galaxy" director, James Gunn just disclosed revealing pieces of information about the hit superhero movie's upcoming sequel.
With "Guardians of the Galaxy 2" still two years away from hitting North American theaters, its director, James Gunn has jumped on the bandwagon of insiders divulging teasing hints of their future films.
The director took to Periscope in a 30-minute session with fans Wednesday to talk about the sequel. more >>
This little boy went through the Make-A-Wish foundation in hopes of one day having his dreams come true. He always wanted to become his favorite superhero, Batman. On this very special day, with the help of thousands, he was able to fulfill his dream and is known as Batkid.
Make-A-Wish helps grant wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions. Unfortunately, children with these circumstances have their childhood robbed from them, so the wishes give their young years back tenfold. In this case, they help this young boy fulfill his wish of becoming his favorite superhero by turning the city into Gotham. Not really sure what the outcome of people would be, and how it would turn out, but they stuck to it.
Instantly, his story spread across the internet like wildfire after being placed on social media. It triggered a huge community to come out and support the boy. This little dream turned into something no one ever expected to happen. Warner Bros. Pictures heard about this and decided to create a documentary based on Batkid, Miles Scott. more >>
Despite his essential part in the development of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury is reported to be excluded in the upcoming Marvel film "Captain America: Civil War."
Collider's interview with the actor who said that the former director of S.H.I.E.L.D. will not be getting involved in the forthcoming dispute between Robert Downey Jr.'s Iron-Man and Chris Evans' Captain America. The news came quite a shock not only on his part but also on the fans.
"It's really great to be the connective tissue between so many different characters in so many different films, that brings those guys together. But I'm not in Captain America 3. I can't figure that out, but I'm not. I guess I'm still out there, trying to figure out what happened to S.H.I.E.L.D. and who these other people are," the 66-year-old "Big Game" star explained. more >>