One of this year's biggest cinema hits, "Guardians of the Galaxy," has announced that the film is already available on DVD.
In light of this announcement, cast member Michael Rooker (space bandit Yondu Udonta) was called on for talks with film review websites Tribute.ca and Screenrant.com to discuss his character and its future in the upcoming sequel of GOTG.
Director James Gunn had actually Rooker in mind when he wrote about Yondu. more >>
It seems like the upcoming film reboot "Kickboxer" will be showcasing a handful of real-life mixed martial arts practitioners as recent updates of the movie reveals Gina Carano joining the list.
"Haywire" action-star Gina Carano will join the forthcoming title's roster of fighting and acting talent, according to a report by ComingSoon.net.
As stated by the site, the 32-year-old Strikeforce member will be playing a fight promoter in the new take of the 1989 bout classic which formerly starred Jean-Claude Van Damme. more >>
Rumor has it the upcoming and much-awaited superhero flick "Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice" won't see one of the major Batman universe characters.
Spoilers ahead: proceed at your own risk.
The spoiler report recently took the world of DC Comics fans by storm when Devin Faraci of BadA--Digest.com declared that "Batman v Superman" will open without Gotham Police Department's Commissioner James Gordon. more >>
Scottish actor Ewan McGregor is set to play both Jesus Christ and the devil in the upcoming 2015 indie movie "Last Days in the Desert," described as "an imagined chapter from [Jesus'] 40 days of fasting and praying in the desert." McGregor argued that there is nothing in the film that people can find offensive.
Entertainment Weekly released on Tuesday the first photo of McGregor from the film, which is set to premiere at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.
McGregor said that he is "not worried" about the movie creating controversy, and said that "there's nothing possibly that could upset people [in the film], other than the very nature of imagining a story with Jesus that doesn't exist in the Scripture," he says. "There's nothing offensive. I'm not worried about it, because I believe very much in the heart of the film we made." more >>
Ava DuVernay's "Selma" has been named the top film of 2014 by the African-American Film Critics Association.
The Martin Luther King Jr., drama took home multiple awards, including best director, best actor (David Oyelowo), and best song for its John Legend and Common theme song, "Glory." The AAFCA released its list of winners on Monday ahead of its annual February awards ceremony.
"Our members found the output of cinema released this year to be a truly insightful mix of titles that reflect the world we live in. The members of AAFCA were especially pleased with this range of storytelling supported by the studios that gave voice to the many sides of the experience of black people in America and around the world," said AAFCA president Gil Robertson in a statement obtained by Essence.com. more >>
Rumors have it that the unofficial romance between "Dancing With the Stars" Janel Parrish and Val Chmerkovskiy is sizzling out as the couple are starting to go their separate ways following their elimination from the show.
A source reportedly said that the "Pretty Little Liars" star has been telling friends that things with Chmerkovskiy have changed once the show wrapped up.
The source told Hollywood Life that Chmerkovskiy has not been showing Parrish the same attention that he did when they were on the show, refusing to hold hands, act flirty or engage in any public displays of affection. The matter is upsetting to Parrish who is reportedly still head over heels over the man. more >>