New rumors surrounding the Marvel Cinematic Universe have emerged that one of the Avengers characters won't survive "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
A possible spoiler has come to light involving "Avengers: Age of Ultron" that's hitting theaters on the first of May. According to rumors, one character will be killed off in the film and won't be joining the rest of the recurring cast in "Captain America: Civil War."
Two new Avengers, the Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver are introduced in the upcoming film. A new report published on Bleed Cool says one of the twins won't survive the end of the movie, and this theory is based on the announcement of the cast of characters - the "Avengers 2.5" -- for "Captain America: Civil War" in 2016. more >>
Opening in theaters today is a movie that Christians have been waiting for. There is something special about God's power being shown on the silver screen for all to see. That's exactly what is going to happen with the new movie "Do You Believe?" when it hits theaters today.
The same people who made the Christian film "God's Not Dead" bring you this incredible film. Just from watching this trailer you will be covered in goosebumps. It's more than a movie, it's a question we all must answer in our lifetimes: DO YOU BELIEVE?
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Sony has just released a trailer for its latest sci-fi comedy flick, "Pixels," starring Adam Sandler, Peter Dinklage, Michele Monaghan, Pac-Man and Donkey Kong.
Comedian Adam Sandler will be starring in an 8-bit science fiction and comedy film, "Pixels" which tells a story about earth being overrun by alien versions of Pac-Man and Donkey Kong. Sony Pictures has recently released its first trailer for its upcoming Summer 2015 movie showing Sandler and his co-stars defending earth from an invasion of classic 1980s arcade characters.
Sandler plays a former eighties video game champion who teams up with his old gaming nemesis, "Game of Thrones'" Peter Dinklage, "Mission Impossible" actress Michelle Monaghan as a military weapons developer specialist, and the voice of "Frozen" snowman Olaf, Josh Gad as a conspiracy theory-obsessed genius to save the world from giant pixilated 1980s video game characters sent by aliens to destroy earth. more >>
Don Piper, who survived what should have been a fatal car accident in 1989, recently opened up about the film being made based on his book, 90 Minutes in Heaven.
The film of the same name, which stars Kate Bosworth and Hayden Christensen, follows Piper's true story of the car accident and his experience in heaven. Although he was initially reluctant to share his story in 90 Minutes in Heaven, Piper told The Christian Post that both the book and the upcoming film is his way of trying to share the experience with others, and more importantly, get them to heaven, too.
"The anticipation of heaven is instant for me," Piper said while on the set of "90 Minutes in Heaven," which just wrapped in early March. more >>
Actor Nick Searcy from the hit television series "Justified" will be directing a film about infamous abortionist Kermit Gosnell who was sentenced to life in prison for committing crimes of infanticide and involuntary manslaughter inside his West Philadelphia abortion clinic.
"There are three aspects to this story that are fascinating — what happened; why it was allowed to happen; and why no one wanted to talk about it after it happened," said Searcy, who plays the role of U.S. Marshal Art Mullen in the FX series, and will direct the $2.2 million crowdfunded film project about Gosnell's "house of horrors" late-term abortion facility.
On May 13, 2013, Gosnell was sentenced to serve life in prison without parole for three counts of first-degree murder for killing babies born alive in his abortion clinic by cutting their spinal cords with scissors. He was also found guilty of involuntary manslaughter for the 2009 death of Karnamaya Mongar, a 41-year-old Nepalese refugee who died from a Demerol overdose administered by his untrained and unlicensed staff. more >>
"Sound of Music" the film with Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and Diane Sawyers hosted an affecting ABC remembrance of it last evening, interviewing both lead actors. The story of a pious but spiritually restless nun/nanny who falls in love and marries the war hero widower father of her young charges amid the Nazi takeover of Austria has been universalized in global popular culture. Even children in nightmarish North Korea sing songs from the musical, Sawyer incredulously reported.
Critics, as the Sawyer program noted, have dismissed the tale as a "sugar coated fantasy," an escapist and feel-good love story set amid the glories of the Austrian Alps, in charming Salzburg, full of songs children can sing, with a dash of slapstick Nazi danger and nun comedy lathered in. Certainly it's not a serious drama, supposedly.
But "Sound of Music," based loosely on the real-life von Trapp family, who did indeed escape their native Austria after its merger with the Third Reich, contains several quite serious themes that together make it a Christian allegory about vocation, family, marriage, citizenship, patriotism and the moral response to evil. more >>