A new documentary chronicling the remarkable life story of the late Louis Zamperini will be released on Christmas day to coincide with the highly anticipated release of Angelina Jolie's "Unbroken."
The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association announced Monday via a press release that it would release "Louis Zamperini: Captured by Grace" on Dec 25. The documentary-style film recalls Zamperini's phenomenal journey as an Olympian runner-turned-American World War II prisoner of war survivor.
Zamperini, who died of pneumonia at age 97 on July 2, survived a number of horrendous ordeals throughout his life, including surviving in a raft in the Pacific Ocean for 47 days after a near-fatal plane crash. He also endured unspeakable torture at the hands of the Japanese navy after being sent to a P.O.W. camp. more >>
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" has still over a year before it hits the cinemas but LucasFilm and Disney were kind enough to offer a tiny glimpse of the upcoming title.
The teaser, brief as it is, did feature some aspects of the movie that generated mixed reactions from fans. This includes the light-saber with a hand-guard, the X-Wings, the bewildered Stormtrooper, among other scenes. There's also the rolling, soccer ball-looking droid which is confirmed to be called as BB-8.
To further shed light on the question about what was featured in the footage, actor Mark Hamill stepped up to say that the rolling droid is in fact not just any CGI-generated prop. more >>
The long-awaited sequel to the popular comedy and family-friendly horror flick "Beetlejuice" is now close to its fruition and it will again star Michael Keaton, according to reports.
Director Tim Burton told ComingSoon.net that "Beetlejuice 2" is now closer than ever to hitting the big screens.
Speaking with the website, the "Edward Scissorhands" director dished out details about his upcoming project, "Big Eyes," and whether or not he had already seen his long-time collaborator's latest film "Birdman." more >>
Andy Serkis's version on the classic Rudyard Kipling fiction "The Jungle Book" got a new release date.
Warner Bros. has announced that "The Jungle Book: Origins" is now pushed back from its initial showing of October 21, 2016 to October 2017, The Hollywood Reporter said.
Along with the schedule change, Gerard Butler-led upcoming environmental thriller "Geostorm" will replace the The Jungle Book's initial opening date. more >>
It seems like it's not only the fans who are quite excited for the rumored sequel of the hit 1982 sci-fi classic "Blade Runner."
Speaking with MTV News, director Ridley Scott revealed that the script for the next installment is already underway as it is "written and ready to go."
The "Kingdom of Heaven" helmer also dished out that franchise lead actor Harrison Ford is "absolutely" on board for BR 2 to reprise his role as Rick Deckard, The Hollywood Reporter said. more >>
Media mogul and billionaire Oprah Winfrey says the ongoing national outrage over the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown, as well as other black men at the hands of law enforcement officers, is an "exciting" sign that "people are paying attention."
"Even if we didn't know about a Ferguson, or an Eric Garner or a Michael Brown … they were going on," Winfrey told theGrio.com at the New York City premiere of the Martin Luther King Jr. inspired film, "Selma" Sunday night.
"The fact that they may have now become newsworthy or made national or international news doesn't mean there haven't been nameless Michael Browns or Eric Garners before," she noted. more >>