"The Maze Runner," a science fiction action thriller film based on James Dashner's book of the same name, has been gaining traction among moviegoers who are into young adult adventure genre, which has been made popular ever since the "Twilight" and "Hunger Games" movies came out.
"TMR" is a "fairly straight-up, boy's own action movie about survival in an enclosed community called the Glade," according to Digital Spy.
Directed by Wes Ball and script written by Noah Oppenheim, "The Maze Runner" stars "Teen Wolf" actor Dylan O'Brien as Thomas, who woke up without any memory of his past. He finds himself in a center of a giant maze where a horde of vicious creatures called Grievers lived; giant, hairy, and resembling a tarantula, these critters patrol the dark and dank spaces of the of the labyrinth. more >>
"The Hobbit 3: Battle of the Five Armies," the third and last of the Hobbit trilogy, is expected to be the darkest film of them all, according to reports.
According to Movie Pilot, which pointed out Peter Jackson's statement during the San Diego Comic Con, "The Hobbit 3" is set to bridge the gap between the relatively peaceful Middle-earth of the previous "Hobbit" movies to that of the "Lord of the Rings" dark tone.
The speculation was backed by the details provided by the first trailer of "The Hobbit 3" which shows Elven and Orc armies gathered in the battlefield, preparing for an onslaught. "The Five Armies" as described include the Dwarves, the Elves, the Goblins, the Eagles and the Humans. more >>
A new promo poster for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1" has been recently released, and Katniss Everdeen shows off her dark side as she suits up in black.
The poster shows Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss, and the image focuses on her winged armor and her bow and arrows. The tagline at the bottom of the poster reads, "I am. I will." The quote is a reference to Katniss accepting the role of the Mockingjay as she leads the rebellion against the Capitol.
The new poster joins other previously released posters featuring the rebels of District 13: Gale (Liam Hemsworth), Messala (Evan Ross), Boggs (Mahershala Ali), Castor (Wess Chatam), Cressida (Natalie Dormer), and Pollux (Elden Henson). more >>
Now that news already circulating that filming for the seventh installment of high-octane action film series "Fast and Furious" is through, fans are already hankering for some updates about the movie. Here's what we rounded up so far.
"Fast and Furious 7" is slated for release in April 3, 2015 after it has been moved from its initial schedule on July 2, 2014.
It was written by Chris Morgan and directed by James Wan, who will be helming the franchise for the very first time. more >>
20th Century Fox announced in a press release that a third and the final installment for the hit-action thriller film "Taken" is already in the works and is expected to hit the theaters on January 9, 2015. Reports indicated that principal photography for the film already began last March 29 in locations around Los Angeles.
For fans who are wondering what will "Taken 3" be about this time, Manly Movie said in their publication that Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) will "get framed for a murder he didn't commit."
"Pursued by police, Bryan rendezvous' with his daughter, Maggie, in the women's restroom during her class at UCLA. The police discover his whereabouts and attempt to apprehend him at the university. Bryan sets off a flash grenade in a classroom, setting off the school's fire sprinkler system, creating havoc and allowing his escape," the website revealed. more >>
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"Dolphin Tale 2" Rated: PG (Mild Thematic Elements) Running Time: 112 minutes Opens: Friday, Sept. 12 Who: Harry Connick, Jr., Ashley Judd, Morgan Freeman Directed by: Charles Martin Smith more >>