After a lot of rumors and speculation, it has already been confirmed that the hit 1984 supernatural-comedy film franchise "Ghostbusters" will once again be brought to the big screen, but this time by a quartet of female stars.
To be spearheaded by Paul Feig, the "Bridesmaid" director stated through his social media that he is already working on a reboot script that will see actors Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones, and Kate McKinnon taking on the respective lead roles of Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, and the late Harold Ramis.
Despite the mixed reactions of the public towards the premise of the purported film, Aykroyd appeared at the SiriusXM studios for an episode on "Unmasked with Ron Bennington" to clarify things up. more >>
Hitting the box office with a staggering $520 million in worldwide sales last year, it wouldn't be a surprise if the hit 3D superhero action movie "Big Hero 6" will soon be followed up by a sequel.
However, amidst the enthusiasm, it was revealed that the people behind the hugely successful computer-animated Disney film weren't entertaining the thought of making a sequel just yet.
Directors Chris Williams and Don Hall informed the publication that they are still "exhausted" from the first movie. more >>
"Avatar 2," the much awaited sequel to the 2009 "Avatar" movie, will not be released in 2016 as originally announced and will be delayed to 2017. James Cameron, the film's creator and director, made the announcement last Jan. 14 at an event in Wellington, New Zealand.
In a report on BBC, Cameron cites that he is working on the three films simultaneously rather than one by one and writing the script had "become very involved."
"There is a layer of complexity in getting the story to work as a saga across three films," he said. more >>
Based on a true story, Disney's "McFarland, USA" is about an extraordinary coach who turns a team of inexperienced and uninspired cross country runners into champions in the truest sense of the word.
In theaters Friday, "McFarland, USA" stars Kevin Costner as Jim White, a football-turned-cross country coach. In need of a fresh start and a good job, White gathers a small group of predominantly Latino McFarland High School students who reluctantly begin cross country training all over the Californian farming town.
Despite the team's natural agility, as well as a special runner who "anchors" the team, McFarland's first cross country meet leaves the runners disheartened in last place ... much to the delight of the opposing teams. more >>
Meagan Good is speaking up about God's perfect plan in the midst of obstacles.
Good, the 33-year-old Christian actress married to Hollywood executive DeVon Franklin, recently came across a photograph of herself on Instagram where she was not smiling.
Remembering the moment from her past, the actress shared a lesson she learned during what seemed to be an emotional moment in time for her. more >>
The third installment of the Amazing Spider-Man franchise will no longer happen. This is after Sony Pictures, the owner of the rights to the Spider-Man comic book character, made a deal with Marvel Studios to bring Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Spiderman will likely appear in the next "Captain America 3: Civil War" to be released in 2016. The deal included looking for another actor to play Spider-Man, which means that Andrew Garfield who played the character in the "Amazing Spider-Man" 1 and 2 is out of the running.
The report also mentioned that a new Spider-Man movie will come out on July 28, 2017. It was also reported that Amy Pascal, the Sony executive who "oversaw the $4 billion franchise for over 13 years," will work with Marvel's Kevin Feige on the new Spider-Man movie. Pascal recently stepped down as Sony co-chair to become a producer. Sony is said to still retain "final creative control," as well as continue to "distribute, finance and own" the franchise, contrary to reports that it may sell Spider-Man back to Marvel. more >>