After much speculation, the names of the characters for the highly-anticipated reboot of the classic supernatural comedy film, "Ghostbusters" were finally revealed.
Despite his busy filming schedules with the all-female cast, director Paul Feig often takes time to drop a fair number of sneak peeks on the movie. However, his latest update reveals what appear to be the names of the characters included in the project.
"Okay, here you go. Erin Gilbert, Jillian Holtzmann, Abby Yates and Patty Tolan. Now you know even more," the "Bridesmaids" director's Twitter post reads. more >>
A new casting report for the forthcoming "Star Wars: Episode VIII" said that actor Benicio del Toro has been offered the role of the film's villain.
The Wrap cited its multiple sources saying that "discussions are still in the very early stages" for "The Force Awakens" sequel. However, Disney and Lucasfilm "are high" on the Oscar-winning actor to appear in the upcoming title.
As of this moment, it is still unclear if the "Traffic" star will accept the offer. If he concedes, then this would be the second time that the 48-year-old Puerto Rican actor performed for the House Mouse. The first of which is for his role as The Collector in James Gunn's "Guardians of the Galaxy." more >>
Rumors and reports that the notorious Daywalker may once again be stepping into the big screen have started swirling around. This was after Wesley Snipes shared a small tidbit that he has met recently with Marvel executives and among the things they discussed was the movie franchise "Blade."
A Deadline report cited an interview conducted with Snipes at the recently concluded San Diego Comic-Con. Although the interview was mainly about Snipes' NBC TV series "The Blacklist," Snipes mentioned that he hoped that the questions during his panel would not be centered on whether "he will be doing Blade 4 or not." He then shared that he and Marvel had an initial discussion about this.
"The project is controlled by Marvel and we did have a really productive and a wonderful meeting and we discussed a number of things. I don't know where it's on their schedule at this point, that hasn't been decided. I guess it's still up in the air," he said. more >>
The first-ever film about Australian megachurch band Hillsong United will hit theaters across the United States in September. Michael John Warren, who directed "Hillsong — Let Hope Rise," says working with the group has made him a better person, even though he's not a believer.
The highly anticipated film chronicles the journey of Billboard award-winning Australian worship band, Hillsong United, which began in Sydney in 1998 as a pastime for youth at church, has since grown into a global sensation. The band is led by Joel Houston, the son of Hillsong founders and pastors Brian and Bobbie Houston, and all 11 band members are either volunteers or employees of the internationally recognized church.
"Their mission — without exaggeration — is to make music to save souls. They are trying to get people to discover Jesus," Warren, who has worked with Jay Z and Nicki Minaj, among other Hollywood stars, said in a statement on the film's website. "That's probably the most righteous reason to make music. Whether you're religious or not, it's hard to look at that and not feel good about it." more >>
Perhaps almost all of the roles of every involved cast in Marvel's upcoming film "Captain America: Civil War," are already known with the exception of Martin Freeman's character.
Ever since he was cast for the MCU film, there have been no official announcements as to what kind of character he will be playing, but thankfully, the "Sherlock" star is starting to loosen up.
The 43-year-old English actor spoke with the Italian website, BadTaste.it, during the Giffoni Film Festival 2015. The media outlet asked the "Fargo" star, right off the bat, about his part in the film. more >>
The talks for the highly-anticipated final installment to Guillermo del Toro's "Hellboy" trilogy, "Hellboy 3" has come up yet again when the director showed up during the 2015 San Diego Comic Con promotion of his latest Gothic horror flick, "Crimson Peak."
The 50-year-old filmmaker revealed that like Ron Perlman, who plays Hellboy, he is also eager to make the third sequel a reality. However, there are huge factors that are to be considered.
"The hard fact is that the movie's going to need about $120 million and there's nobody knocking down our doors to give it to us. It's a little beyond Kickstarter. It would be great to complete the trilogy, but in a way I don't see the world – the industry – supporting that idea," Del Toro told The Daily Beast. more >>