The upcoming film "Prometheus 2" will be released to provide answers to cliff-hangers in the first "Prometheus" movie, but fans might be in for more surprises from the makers of the sci-fi franchise.
In an interview with German website FilmFutter, Ridley Scot confirmed that Prometheus 2 is a follow-up to "The Martian." The shooting will commence in January 2016, but Scott has already hinted that there might be more than one sequel to cover all the unanswered mysteries from the first Prometheus film, according to Screen Crush.
Filmmakers who feature faith-based content sometimes face the temptation of playing-up the religious element in order to cater to Christian audiences, and in doing so could end up alienating millions of other viewers, according to actor David Oyelowo.
The "Selma" actor co-starred and worked as a co-producer on the new thriller "Captive," which tells the true story of how crazed murderer Brian Nichols held Atlanta mother and meth addict Ashley Smith hostage overnight, and how God touched them both through the ordeal.
Oyelowo portrays Nichols in the film and also took on the role of co-producer to ensure that the film stayed true to Smith's real-life account while not alienating viewers who might not subscribe to Christianity, which plays an integral role in the story. more >>
"Minority Report" actress Meagan Good is speaking out about the importance of encouraging young women to abstain from sex in a way that's seemingly not religious.
"I speak to young women because I think a lot of the images that are out there now teach women that they need to be a certain kind of way in order to get attention or be considered valuable. ... I do encourage them to wait but I'm not preachy or religious," Good, 34, said in a Philly.com. report.
"I feel like if you have a better sense of self and you love yourself the right person will wait for you. ... For my marriage ... there was a solid, 'I could spend the rest of my life with you and you could be my partner on this entire journey' — and I respect you and I love you — and then there's the icing on the cake." more >>
"Transformers 5" is reportedly finally becoming a reality, and Mark Wahlberg will still star in the action movie's fifth installment.
Mark Wahlberg will return for the fifth installment of the movie Transformers after the "Age of Extinction." In addition, fans will be delighted with the news about an upcoming animated Transformers movie, according to Latinos Post.
The script for Transformers 5 will reportedly be written by American writer, producer, and director Akiva Goldsman. The story line for the fifth installment will continue from where Age of Extinction left off, JoBlo reports. more >>
"Taken" is about to conquer the television world as NBC has ordered a prequel series based on Liam Neeson's famous action-suspense movie.
NBC has picked up Taken for a prequel show focusing on the earlier days of retired CIA agent Bryan Mills, Liam Neeson's character in the original movie franchise. Taken writer and producer Luc Besson will be an executive director in the upcoming NBC series, according to USA Today.
Besson is known for the films "La Femme Nikita" and "The Transporter," which have both been adapted as TV series, the report adds. more >>
Even before the sequel has started production, fans of one of the biggest action-film franchises have more reasons to get excited about the upcoming "Fast and Furious 8," which is set to bow in theaters on April 14, 2017.
According to a report in Ecumenical News, two additional cast members have confirmed their return in the next movie and these are Jason Statham, as the villain Deckard Shaw, and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, as Agent Luke Hobbs. This is on top of Vin Diesel, who reprises his role as Dominic Toretto.
Beyond these confirmations, most of the other reports are unconfirmed rumors. According to a Cinema Blend report, there is a possibility that Eva Mendes may come back to reprise her role as U.S. Customs Agent Monica Fuentes, when she appeared early on in the franchise. This may be tied to another casting rumor that the Toretto crew may be working for Mr. Nobody's (Kurt Russell) underground organization, which will likely bring in lots of face time with different government agencies, according to Ecumenical News. more >>