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 >>
The Weinstein Company recently released Quentin Tarantino's "The Hateful Eight" trailer, starring Samuel L. Jackson and Kurt Russell.
Quentin Tarantino's upcoming western, "The Hateful Eight" rolled out its first trailer, featuring a snow-covered Wyoming, and an encounter between eight strangers in a stagecoach stopover where tensions arise when they are trapped indoors by a blizzard.
The film's story is set a few years after the American Civil War where the eight characters with disparate personalities and sinister backstories seek shelter in a haberdashery when a blizzard hits a mountain pass, effectively snowing them all in together. more >>
The premiere of "Divergent: Allegiant — Part One" is still far from release but fans of the science fiction action film are now all aware how the series will end up. Even though the book has already revealed its ending, fans have been hoping that the movie version will change the tragic fate of Beatrice "Tris" Prior, who is played by Shailene Woodley. Spoilers will follow.
Tris ended up dead in the book series, which caused several fans to start a petition on Change.org to offer an alternative ending in the movie, according to Movie News Guide. However, the petition still did not push author Veronica Roth to come up with a different ending. Roth has already previously addressed these ongoing petitions but she's firm with her decision and said in a report that she wrote "Allegiant" that way because she thought that was the way it needed to be told.
While several fans still can't accept the fact that Woodley's character will die in the upcoming part two of the movie, "The Fault in our Stars" main actress shared her thoughts on the final conclusion of "Divergent: Allegiant." more >>
Hot on the heels of his recent box-office hit "Mission: Impossible 5," Tom Cruise is going to work on a sequel to the 2012 action movie "Jack Reacher."According to reports, Paramount Pictures has given the greenlight to the film recently, with Tom Cruise reprising his role as an ex-military officer who goes around the U.S. and helps people in special and dangerous circumstances.
The studio has reportedly started preparing for production to start on the sequel by November 2015, targeting a late 2016 release in theaters, according to Screen Rant. Cruise has just wrapped up production work for "Mena," a crime-thriller based on a true story about a drug runner and a CIA operative in the 1980s. And while he is waiting for production to start on the next "Mission: Impossible," this other sequel is likely the next film he will work on, according to the report.
Another report in The Guardian also cited that the decision of Paramount to push through with the sequel was a surprise, because the first film did not perform well in the box office. However, the movie did well overseas largely because of Cruise's star power. With Cruise coming off of "MI5", it is no wonder that the studio wants to work on this as quickly as possible. more >>
Alleged details and a description have emerged this week pointing to the characters for Lionsgate's upcoming big-screen reboot film of Shuki Levy and Haim Saban's "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers."
Collider revealed that the forthcoming title will be going back to its roots however, the young superheroes will be given with a "much more fleshed out background stories."
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