Kirk Cameron is introducing a new way of thinking about Christmas and its many traditions this year with the film "Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas," in theaters on Friday.
In his first release since "Unstoppable," Cameron aims to "put the Christ back in Christmas" this holiday season by attempting to debunk disparaging theories surrounding Christmastime. Furthermore, the actor shares his own ideas on where Christmas traditions originated, including loose Biblical interpretations of the Christmas tree and the nativity scene. It is the actor's hope that Christians are inspired to protect and preserve customary Christmas activities after watching "Saving Christmas."
"I'm making 'Saving Christmas' because I love Christmas, I love everything about it," Cameron told The Christian Post before rattling off several Christmas traditions such as roasting chestnuts, drinking hot chocolate, and enjoying Christmas stockings, stories, trees and food. more >>
After the news surrounding Jared Leto's purported involvement as the Joker in the upcoming David Ayer superhero film "Suicide Squad" comes another cast rumor pointing out Australian actress Margot Robbie playing another DC Universe supervillain, Harley Quinn.
The report, perpetuated by Collider, stated that the 24-year-old star will become a part of the franchise and would take on the role of Joker's frequent accomplice and lover.
Rumors of Robbie's involvement came right after Jared Leto's own string of talks, who, as of today, still hasn't gave a word whether or not he will join the cast list for "Suicide Squad" or any future DC films. more >>
PureFlix released the trailer for "Do You Believe?" revealing an all-star cast including Mira Sorvino, Sean Astin, and Alexa Penavega on Monday.
From the same writers as the wildly successful "God's Not Dead," "Do You Believe?" follows a dozen different people whose lives unexpectedly intersect, bringing them together by the power of God, whether they believe it yet or not.
"We have anticipated releasing the trailer for 'Do You Believe?' to audiences, as so many have been looking forward to this project as the follow up release to 'God's Not Dead,'" said David A.R. White, an actor, producer and founding partner of Pure Flix. more >>
The huge fandom of George Lucas' epic space opera franchise, "Star Wars" is once again fired up with the announcement concerning the official title for its upcoming sequel "Star Wars 7."
As revealed in Bloomberg TV, the current CEO of Disney, Bob Iger, said that director JJ Abrams and Kathleen Kennedy came up with the name "The Force Awakens" for the forthcoming film.
"It was a decision that was made by a few people involved in the process, Kathleen Kennedy who runs Lucas film for us, and J.J. Abrams who is directing The Force Awakens … I was gonna say Star Wars VII but now there's a new name," the head for Mouse House was quoted as saying in an interview. more >>
The next title to "The Hunger Games" film franchise, "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1," will be arriving in movie theaters on Nov. 21 later this month. Now Lionsgate has announced Friday earlier this week that it has made a deal to mount "The Hunger Games" as a stage production in London.
The stage adaptation of the film will be scheduled to premiere in the newly constructed theater next to Wembley Stadium in 2016. The production will also be produced by Robin de Levita, also known for his Broadway hits like "Urinetown" and the "Into the Woods" revival in 2002.
"Robin de Levita and the entire production team are the perfect partners for extending 'The Hunger Games' franchise into a live theatrical experience," says Tim Palen, Lionsgate chief marketing officer in a statement. "Their creative genius, combined with world-class production values and state-of-the-art technology will provide a uniquely immersive experience for fans around the world." more >>
Oprah Winfrey shared a teaser trailer of "Selma" yesterday, after she was praised for her efforts by the film's director.
The media mogul co-produced and starred in the civil rights film, which is based on the 1965 Selma to Montgomery voting rights marches led by a small group including Martin Luther King, Jr. She plays civil rights activist Annie Lee Cooper, who is best known for punching a police officer, and she shared her excitement about the film on her Facebook page which has 10 million likes.