Although the 2014 "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" reboot movie may have not blown away critics, the movie did earn high in box office sales enabling it to grab a spot on the list of this year's top grossing films. The obviously has pushed the franchise on for a sequel.
As expected, Paramount Pictures has already announced that it would make a sequel to the title. According to GeeksofDoom.com, the studio has now opted to sign "Earth to Echo" director David Green to helm the next installment of TMNT.
Although, Josh Applebaum and Andre Nemec will return to their spot in the project as screenwriters and executive producers, the site added. more >>
Meagan Good is excited to see the Whitney Houston movie on Lifetime next month and expressed herself by reminding people about God's view of celebrities.
Houston, the 48-year-old recording artist and actress who died in 2012, will be the focus of the film titled "Whitney" directed by actress Angela Bassett. While former "America's Next Top Model" contestant and actress Yaya DaCosta will star as the main character, singer Deborah Cox will provide the vocals to Houston's music featured in the movie.
Good, the 33-year-old Christian actress, took to her Instagram account to post stills from the upcoming Lifetime movie, speaking about her excitement for people to see the film. more >>
In light of e-mail hacking activities going on this week, a rather surprising detail was picked up by the hackers and leaked to the web. This concerns about two major film studios discussing about Spider-Man joining the character's list on the upcoming superhero flick "Captain America: Civil War."
A report from The Wall Street Journal indicated that Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures Entertainment have had talks about the Spider-Man character joining his allies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
"The e-mails reveal extensive discussions between executives at Sony and Marvel owner Walt Disney, all the way up to their respective chief executives Kaz Hirai and Robert Iger," the publication wrote. more >>
One of this year's biggest cinema hits, "Guardians of the Galaxy," has announced that the film is already available on DVD.
In light of this announcement, cast member Michael Rooker (space bandit Yondu Udonta) was called on for talks with film review websites Tribute.ca and Screenrant.com to discuss his character and its future in the upcoming sequel of GOTG.
Director James Gunn had actually Rooker in mind when he wrote about Yondu. more >>
It seems like the upcoming film reboot "Kickboxer" will be showcasing a handful of real-life mixed martial arts practitioners as recent updates of the movie reveals Gina Carano joining the list.
"Haywire" action-star Gina Carano will join the forthcoming title's roster of fighting and acting talent, according to a report by ComingSoon.net.
As stated by the site, the 32-year-old Strikeforce member will be playing a fight promoter in the new take of the 1989 bout classic which formerly starred Jean-Claude Van Damme. more >>
Rumor has it the upcoming and much-awaited superhero flick "Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice" won't see one of the major Batman universe characters.
Spoilers ahead: proceed at your own risk.
The spoiler report recently took the world of DC Comics fans by storm when Devin Faraci of BadA--Digest.com declared that "Batman v Superman" will open without Gotham Police Department's Commissioner James Gordon. more >>