Recent "Jurassic World" news cited the movie's teaser site giving off some updates about what fans can expect when the film hits the big screen this summer.
A list of creatures found on land, sea, and sky were unveiled. Along with their nearly unpronounceable names are pictures or rather theoretical representations of the prehistoric animals.
The creatures confirmed to roam around the attraction are following: more >>
Despite the fact that his "Guardians of the Galaxy 2" won't still be in theaters until 2017, GOTG director James Gunn has been busy interacting with fans through the social media to dish out some details about the sequel.
In one of the Twitter exchanges, it was revealed that there would be another addition into the ranks of the Guardians cast – and that would include his favorite superhero ROM Spaceknight.
"@TweetTinyTim: which Marvel character do you wish you could reclaim the rights to so they could appear in your films?" ROM Spaceknight!" reads his tweet. more >>
It's rare for a week to pass by without a new "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" plot spoiler to surface in the Web.
Just recently, Screen Rant cited yet another spoiler report from Making Star Wars (the source for anything about Star Wars 7) which indicates that fans might be able to see a great deal of Luke Skywalker's past in the upcoming film.
As stated by the site, actor Robert Boulter was cast to portray the young Jedi Master in a flashback scene which will take place in what is known as "Rose's pub." MSW speculated that the character Rose would be played by Lupita Nyong'o. more >>
The reboot of the hit Marvel superhero franchise "Fantastic Four" has currently been making rounds on the Web. With the release of its trailer, some fans saw the idea positively while the rest didn't agree totally.
But before anyone decides to see the movie when it hits the big screen this year, "Fantastic Four" reboot director Josh Tank sat with Empire to talk about his thoughts in the project.
He started by citing off the difference of treatment done in the previous titles compared to his own. more >>
The director and writer of "Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief" have issued a call to Tom Cruise and John Travolta to speak out about their experience within the organization, including allegations of abuse within.
"I was struck by the film's focus on Travolta and Cruise," Times Talk moderator Logan Hill said on Tuesday. "It seemed designed to and really put specific pressure on Travolta and Cruise to either reform or apostatize."
"The fact is they are the front of the church," director Alex Gibney responded. "They are the reason a lot of people join, particularly Tom Cruise now. They have a recruiting power that's enormous. To put in the film the fact that they are abusing the power they have by not talking out about the church or not even exploring the abuses I thought was absolutely necessary. Otherwise, you have a lot of innocent people that are tumbling into the church on that account." more >>
"Gran Turismo," one of the best-selling PlayStation games, is heading to the movies. The racing game, developed and published by Sony Computer Entertainment in 1997 and created by Polyphony Digital, is being eyed by Sony Pictures as one of the few video game adaptations that they can do with Sony PlayStation exclusive content.
Joseph Kosinski is reportedly in talks with Sony to direct the video-game adaptation. Kosinski previously directed "Oblivion," a science fiction film with Tom Cruise as lead actor and "Tron: Legacy." Both films were however criticized as "visually impressive but lacking in substance," according to a report in Screen Rant. This was reportedly due to Kosinski's background in directing commercials.
"Gran Turismo," unlike other video games which have some story plot, is simply just a racing game where the player needs to earn different types of licenses in order for him to advance in the race. According to Screen Rant, Kosinski is also talking about developing the script for the adaptation. An initial script was said to have been earlier developed by "Watchmen" writer Alex Tse which was about a video game player who becomes a race car driver. Reports are not clear whether Kosinski will work with this script or make an entirely new one. more >>