Fans of the horror-genre movie got a genuinely epic surprise at the San Diego Comic-Con last July. In a clever misdirect, director Adam Wingard ("The Guest") announced his new horror project and marketed it as "The Woods", only to reveal that the film was actually a sequel to the seminal horror film "The Blair Witch Project."
Since then, people have been anxiously waiting for the sequel which is simply titled "Blair Witch". It's released two trailers so far and both are sticking to the "found footage" vibe the original is well-known for.
While the first one acted more as a refresher on the protagonists and the legendary Maryland woods, the latest one is bound to get even the bravest among us terribly claustrophobic as its frenetic editing never really allowed its viewers to breathe. more >>
ANAHEIM, California – for King & Country's Joel Smallbone decided to leave the stage to wade through the crowd of thousands of people just to exhort the men to treat the women in their lives with respect during a performance at Harvest SoCal Friday night in Angel Stadium.
While singing their hit song "It's Not Over Yet," Joel Smallbone began walking on top of the dugout to address some 32,000 attendees in a more up-close-and-personal way (brother Luke remained and sang from the stage).
Both men are particularly interested in reviving chivalry among men. more >>
On two separate occasion this week, influential evangelicals Dr. Ben Carson, Kirk Cameron and entertainer Carman answered questions about the advantages and disadvantages of marijuana.
First, during a Facebook live interactive event on Tuesday, Carson, a former Republican presidential candidate, teamed up with Cameron to discuss why it's important for evangelical Christians to vote, especially in the upcoming presidential election on Nov. 8. During the Q&A with callers, the men were asked about their views on the use of marijuana, and the push to make the drug legal in all 50 states.
Tweleve minutes into the Q&A, a man phoned in and asked for advice on how Christians should react to marijuana advocates pushing for its legalization, such as in his home state of Arkansas. more >>
"Avengers: Infinity Wars'" will not hit theaters anytime soon, but directors Anthony and Joe Russo already started spilling some exciting details about the forthcoming superhero blockbuster. Recently, they cleared some rumors and speculations regarding the film's cast and storyline.
Goodbye, Captain America!
The Russo brothers confirmed to The Huffington Post that Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) is no longer Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). This is in connection to the cliffhanger of "Captain America: Civil War" that left with the Avengers splitting up and Captain America dropping his famous shield. Joe explained that the scene showing Steve Rogers putting down his shield signifies that his personal choice was in conflict to the identity of Captain America. more >>
"Don't Breathe" is the official summer-ender movie offering from Sony's Screen Gems. This low-budget horror movie could rule over "Suicide Squad" when it comes to racking up the cash based on social media response.
According to reports, if "Don't Breathe" enters the box-office at first place this weekend, it could easily get $12 million in more than 3,000 movie theaters in the country.
"Suicide Squad", on the other hand, has gathered negative reviews online, but still attracted crowds. If the super villain movie holds strong, it could haul around $300 million in the US. more >>
"Captain America" directors, the Russo brothers, Joe and Anthony, bared on Wednesday that the dropping of Captain America's (Chris Evans) own shield in Marvel Cinematic Universe's latest saga, "Captain America: Civil War", is a sign that Steve Rogers was relinquishing his identity.
Fans remember how Steve Rogers gave up his shield on the last clips of the latest movie released by MCU. This left a lot of hearts broken as Rogers will now become a fugitive, who will let fellow prisoners escape jail and will hide in Wakanda.
According to Joe Russo, Rogers' giving up his hero identity is a huge hindrance to his personal choices. more >>