Most of the talk about the highly anticipated "Captain America: Civil War" has been about the superhero triangle of Captain America (Chris Evans), Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr.), and Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan); the introduction of Spider-Man (Tom Holland) and Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman); and the return of General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross (William Hurt). Though fans did see him looking unconscious (or dead) in a field with Iron Man in the film's teaser, not much has been said about James Rhodes/War Machine (Don Cheadle).
The character didn't see much action in "Avengers: Age of Ultron" (2015) and did not appear at all in "The Avengers" (2012). This time, however, Iron Man's loyal friend is reportedly taking on a bigger, "more intense" role that will be "pivotal" to the "Civil War" story.
AMC theaters across the U.S. will be showing a limited theatrical release of "Providence," a modern day retelling of an old-fashioned love story that is sure to warm hearts this Valentine's Day weekend.
The silent cinematic feature tells a love story that spans four decades and reveals how a lifetime of choices, mixed with chance encounters and divine intervention, leads one to their destiny.
The storyline follows the lives of characters named Rachel and Mitchell, two people who grow up together in the small town of Providence, Tennessee. Throughout their lives their paths keep intersecting, but misunderstandings pull them apart until tragedy brings them back together. more >>
The legendary Winter Jam festival is not only touring cities around the country this year, but a film featuring a behind the scenes tour will be in theaters in April.
The concert event will be featured in select movie theaters and will give fans a behind the scenes look at the biggest annual Christian music festival.
Over 600,000 people attended Winter Jam's 47 shows last year, breaking previous attendance records over the past 20 years. more >>
With the premiere of the much anticipated DC superhero team-up film "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" just a few weeks away, Warner Bros. dropped two new 30-second TV spots revealing each superhero's personal motivation for battling the other in the forthcoming film.
"He's the one that brought the war to us," Batman/Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) tells his loyal butler Alfred (Jeremy Irons) in the fourth TV spot to be released for "Dawn of Justice."
The next part of the TV spot shows Wayne comforting a little girl amidst the rubble in the aftermath of Superman's (Henry Cavill) epic battle with General Zod (Michael Shannon) in "Man of Steel" (2013), a disaster that apparently killed a lot of people. "Count the dead," the Caped Crusader says. "It's thousands of people." He asks: "What's next? Millions?" more >>
The sequel to "Avatar" (2009), the sci-fi epic which holds the record for highest worldwide box office gross, won't be finished in time for its scheduled Christmas 2017 release.
According to The Wrap, which broke the news, this will be the second delay for "Avatar 2," which was originally scheduled for a Christmas 2016 release date.
In 2014, the lead actors from "Avatar," Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington, signed up to reprise their roles in "Avatar" for the forthcoming three sequels. Twentieth Century Fox, which had originally scheduled the trilogy's release dates for the 2017, 2018, and 2019 Christmas seasons, declined to comment on the latest "Avatar 2" delay. The company has not released a new release date for "Avatar 2" nor for the two other sequels. more >>
LOS ANGELES — Media critic and founder of the family and values based Movieguide, Ted Baehr, says the solution to the #OscarsSoWhite controversy proposed by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is flawed and encourages prejudice, the exact opposite of the Academy's intention.
"As all Hollywood insiders know, the Academy is a club, and like all clubs, insider politics and favoritism reigns supreme," said Baehr in a statement released to the press. "If they believe their problem is that white voters vote white, thus the solution to bring in more African-American voters to even the playing field, they're simply encouraging prejudice voting based on skin color instead of solving the root issue."
Baehr is considered a valuable trusted source by conservative moviegoers interested in reading reviews that place family and faith values as the highest priority. His organization will have its own entertainment awards night, Movieguide's 24th annual Faith & Values Awards Gala, held at the Universal Hotel in Los Angeles on Feb. 5. more >>