Paramount Pictures has recently released its trailer for "Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation," its fifth film in the action spy series starring Tom Cruise.
Tom Cruise tackles a new stunt, dangling from the shut doors of an airborne aircraft in the trailer for "Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation," Paramount Picture's fifth installment of the "Mission Impossible" franchise.
The upcoming action spy film that's due in theaters in July 31 this year will feature Cruise as operative Ethan Hunt. He will be joined by Jeremy Renner, who was introduced in the previous film as William Brandt, Simon Pegg as bumbling tech guy Benji Dunn, and Ving Rhames as computer expert Luther Stickwell. Alec Baldwin makes an entrance as a CIA Director, and Swedish actress Rebecca Ferguson stars as the as-yet-unnamed female lead. more >>
Calvary Chapel hosted a special screening of "Little Boy" in Costa Mesa, California over the weekend where the film's star, Jakob Salvati, joined his father onstage for a performance and a testimony.
Roma Downey and Mark Burnett's latest feature film is set to hit theaters on April 24, but select church leaders enjoyed an early screening of "Little Boy" starring Salvati. Following the screening, Salvati and his father, Bruce Salvati, performed the worship song "How He Loves Me" before the family revealed the significance of the screening location.
"In 1977, I became a Christian because of the ministry of Calvary Chapel of the Orange Coast College Campus," Bruce explained, according to The Christian Post exclusively. "It was a great privilege to be on the stage that gave birth to the Jesus movement and accompany my son on the guitar." more >>
Israeli actress and model Gal Gadot has responded to criticisms she is too slender to play the role of Wonder Woman in the Warner Bros. superhero offering, "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
"Fast & Furious" star, Gal Gadot, who has been deemed by Justice League fans as "too skinny" to play Amazonian Diana Prince in a Wonder Woman role for Warner Bros.' upcoming "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," countered critics with a reply of her own.
The Israeli model and actress, who was last seen as Gisele Yashar in "Fast & Furious 6," was announced to play Wonder Woman in December 2013 for the sequel to DC Entertainment's "Man of Steel." more >>
An interview with 2012 "Dredd" writer-producer Alex Garland reveals that there might be a very slim chance that a sequel for the science action film would push through.
Speaking with the Collider, Garland seems to confirm that a "Dredd 2" movie would never happen. He shared his thoughts about the Karl Urban and Leda Headey-starred box office feature, and pointed out the support it garnered from fans despite its apparent financial failure.
"The 'Dredd' thing is a surprise. It's a really complicated set of emotions. I have a lot of regret about how things worked out with 'Dredd,' but it's very gratifying. The regret it – you do a kind of transaction, particularly with the creators of it, which is that we want to do this thing and honor what you did, and try to do it properly, and then the film will reward that trust. That act of faith and trust and decency. And I think that the film rewarded them in one sense, but not in another," Garland said. more >>
The star of PureFlix's "Do You Believe" Ted McGinley offered his take on the female roles in the follow-up to "God's Not Dead," citing that women are "closer to God" but prone to fighting amongst themselves.
In select theaters across the nation today, "Do You Believe" follows a dozen different people whose lives unexpectedly intersect by the power of God, whether they believe it yet or not. Following the staggering success of "God's Not Dead," "Do You Believe" stars McKinley as Matthew, a pastor who learns to be bold in his beliefs and take spiritual action. However, other roles in the drama offer only weak female characters. The film, which stars actresses including Cybill Shepherd, portrays four different Christian wives; each of whom require convincing and even coercion from their husbands on any major realization or decision.
Although each Christian wife is portrayed as a slow learner in comparison to their husband in "Do You Believe," McGinley defended the film by citing two instances of a female character "coming around first" to both the suffering of a soldier with PTSD as well as the occurrence of a miracle. Furthermore, the former "Happy Days" star linked the miracle of childbirth to being close to God while speaking to The Christian Post. more >>