A leaked footage from a filming sequence of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2" features a massive explosion occurring in nighttime traffic.
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2" is currently in the middle of filming in New York, and a video has been leaked showing a controlled explosion that destroys cars in the middle of freeway traffic.
The overnight filming shows what appears to be a vehicle chase scene shot by a fan from a bridge above the 33 Kensington Expressway in Buffalo, New York. An explosion occurs in the outbound lane, as cars and motorcycles headed for the 198 Expressway are propelled skyward in a burst of flames, while other vehicles make their escape away from the blast. more >>
After the heartbreaking conclusion to "Furious 7," the seventh film of the franchise and the one reportedly dedicated to Paul Walker, an eighth film has just been confirmed.
According to a report by TV Guide, the announcement was made personally by Vin Diesel at CinemaCon in Las Vegas last month.
For Fast and Furious fans who are already excited, the exact release date is set on April 17, 2017. more >>
"X-Men: Apocalypse" director, Bryan Singer has released a new image on his social media account showing "the end of the world."
Director Bryan Singer has been keeping fans updated on "X-Men: Apocalypse" with a new Instagram image showing a two actors watching the end of the world on television.
The couple in the photo have been revealed to be the parents of Scott Summers/Cyclops (Tye Sheridan) and Alex Summers/Havok (Lucas Till) who are watching what Singer refers to as 'the end of the world as they know it." more >>
Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy recently confirmed what has long been speculation -- the iconic "Indiana Jones" is coming back for the fifth time. Her recent pronouncement confirms that Lucasfilm and Disney have some plans to revive the franchise, but has no indication when it will happen.
While Lucasfilm and Disney are doing a lot of work in reviving the "Star Wars" franchise, they also shared via an article on Vanity Fair what their plans are for the other franchises.
"In buying the company, Disney also got rights, for better or for worse, to less-storied Lucasfilm properties, among them Willow and Radioland Murders. A bigger prize is the Indiana Jones franchise. Kennedy confirmed rumors that another Indy movie 'will one day be made inside this company. When it will happen, I'm not quite sure. We haven't started working on a script yet, but we are talking about it.'" more >>
Does Russell Crowe's new WWI-era film "The Water Diviner" aim to demonize Christianity and exalt Islam? Or is it just a poignant story of an Australian father after the war searching for the bodies of his army sons killed by the Ottomans at Gallipoli?
When Crowe's bereaved wife commits suicide, the vicious local Catholic priest in the Australian outback chides Crowe's non-church attendance since his sons' deaths and refuses to bury his wife in consecrated ground. The griminess of the rural Catholic Church contrasts with the glories of the grand mosque in Constantinople, which dazzles the Crowe character after he disembarks from his boat. He's asked if Australia has such splendor, while unmentioned is that the mosque is a conquered church, of course.
Crowe finds lots of warmth among the Turks of Constantinople, which is occupied by their conquerors, the British, who are quite snarky and unsympathetic to the grieving Australian father who's come so far in search of his sons. A compassionate Turkish army officer who served at Gallipoli helps Crowe find his sons' graves, and draws Crowe ultimately into his machinations with the emerging Turkish nationalist movement under Kemal Ataturk, which is rising up against the occupying Western powers and their Greek allies, who are invading what became Turkey. more >>
As a result of the hacking of Sony emails, Wikileaks has revealed that bigwigs at Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios have no faith in superheroes of the female kind. One specific email revealed that these executives thought that superhero movies about women were "bad for business."
The Sony hack included an email exchange between the CEO of Marvel Ike Perlmutter and CEO of Sony Michael Lynton with the subject line: "Female Movies." Per Wikileaks, the email reads:
"From: "IP" more >>