The first official trailer for Quentin Tarantino's upcoming film "The Hateful 8" was recently released.
After a devastating leak last year, Tarantino was forced to make major revisions to the script, according to The Verge. The leak revealed the script, as well as a trailer. However, fans can now appreciate the film's first official trailer since it was released last Wednesday.
The new Western follows the story of a group of eight outlaws taking refuge in a small room during a snow storm. Set a few years after the Civil War, the plot takes a turn when it was revealed that one of them is wanted, dead or alive, with a big reward. more >>
Ronda Rousey has upped the ante in what appears to be a quest for a "Captain Marvel" role with fan art posted on her Instagram account.
Undefeated UFC bantamweight women's champion, Ronda Rousey, has made no secret of her desire to play Ms. Marvel/Captain Marvel, a wish she made known via her Reddit account. She posted fan art of her wearing the costumes on her Instagram.
With the Marvel Cinematic Universe engine churning out its scheduled superhero films annually, Rousey may be using her clout to lobby for a part as Carol Danvers, otherwise known as Ms. Marvel, in a feature film Marvel Studios has scheduled for a November 2018 release. more >>
At the recently concluded D23 EXPO 2015, Disney shared the plot details of the sequel to "Alice In Wonderland." More than five years have passed since the first movie was shown. The movie that was directed then by Tim Burton hit it big in the box office, earning over a billion dollars globally.
The sequel "Alice Through The Looking Glass" will be bringing back the beloved main character Alice. According to a Cinema Blend report, the movie's plot will not be wholly based on the book "Through the Looking Glass" by Lewis Caroll. As the Disney presentation showed, the movie will be set in Underland, where Alice had earlier gone to. Her trip however is with a specific purpose: to save her friend The Mad Hatter from turning into something "dark." Apparently Alice is the only person who can stop this from happening.
Alice will be once again portrayed by Mia Wasikowska, as in the first movie, and The Mad Hatter will be played by Johnny Depp. Alice encounters new characters in Underland, the most of important one of all is Time, who is played by Sacha Baron Cohen. Time is a part human, part clock and Alice has to get his help in order to save The Mad Hatter. The movie trailer that was shown during the presentation featured Alice going time-travelling where she ends up meeting younger versions of different characters in Underland. According to the report, this part of the film will look at the origins of some of these characters which can be called a prequel of sorts. more >>
"Pirates of the Caribbean" is returning to the big screen for its fifth installment "Dead Men Tell No Tales" and fans present at Disney's D23 Expo 2015 were the first ones to get a first look of the fantasy swashbuckler film produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.
The first good news for all the attendees is the return of Orland Bloom as the charming and sweet swash-buckling Will Turner. It can be recalled that Bloom, one of the main heroes of the original trilogy, was absent from 2011's "On Stranger Ties." His return to the franchise movie for the first time since 2007 movie isn't really surprising as there have been rumors already of his return, according to International Business Times. The actor also hinted at his return previously, saying if he did reprise his role, he would be "gnarly," like Billy Nighy's Davy Jones.
"I'm of course Davy Jones now, so I'm down the bottom of the ocean. It might be kind of fun to do something where I'm rumbling round the bottom of the ocean, because I won't look anything like me. Get all gnarly," the 38-year-old told IGN. more >>
Apparently, making live-action movie versions of Disney' animated classics is popular right now and joining in the bandwagon is the tale as old as time "Beauty and the Beast." The release of the musical romantic fantasy is still years away from now but fans have already been given an exciting sneak peek at the recently held Disney D3 Expo.
The cast has also been revealed and first on the line is Emma Watson who will play as the bookish Disney Princess, Belle. Watson, who is shooting for the movie in London, couldn't make it to the Disney event but the actress was sure to send her love to "Beauty and the Beast" fans attending the convention in Anaheim, California.
"We have had an unbelievable time shooting beauty and the beast. It has been a complete dream come true. I can't wait for the film to release in 2017," she said in the video clip. more >>
It's actually been a while now since "Spider-Man" fans learned that Andrew Garfield is no longer coming back to the big screen for a third installment of "The Amazing Spider-Man." He will be replaced by British star Tom Holland in yet another reboot of the hit franchise by Sony. And while Garfield kept quiet about the change when it was announced, he recently finally broke his silence and gave his thoughts on his replacement.
He told ET's Cameron Mathison at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's Annual Grants Banquet in Beverly Hills that Tom was a great choice for the role. He was more than complimentary about the young actor.
"It feels lovely, especially because Tom Holland is a really, really great actor," Andrew said. "He was in this movie The Impossible and he was just this incredibly powerful, sensitive, just wonderful young actor. And [he's] a dancer, so his body's the right [form]." more >>