A North Carolina documentarian is in the process of creating a film about a controversial faith-healing church connected to 91 deaths.
Faith Assembly, a multi-church sect based in Indiana during the 1980s and founded by Hobart Freeman, was known for demanding that its members refuse all medical treatment.
Over the years at least 91 people, the vast majority of whom were children, died of various illnesses due to not receiving readily available medical treatment, according to J. C. Lee of the Elkhart Truth. more >>
Much to the delight of DC fans all over the world, recent reports pointed out director Zack Snyder dropping the first glimpses of the trailer for Warner Bros. upcoming film "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice."
The incredibly short, trailer teaser was posted on the helmer's official Twitter account. As described by IGN, the footage "shows off some nice costume detail and is backed by a soundtrack that'll have the hairs of on the back of your neck standing on end."
The post's caption meanwhile confirmed the already rumored "Dawn of Justice" IMAX special teaser screening event. The event will take place next week, April 20, and will only be for select individuals. more >>
Over the years, the world has seen countless of documentaries about late Nirvana front man Kurt Cobain. But not even one was able to paint a picture of Cobain as vivid and raw as "Montage of Heck."
Lifted from the title of his unreleased 1988 mix tapes, "Montage of Heck" documents the entirety of Cobain's life – from his childhood to his untimely death.
Rights to use Cobain's notebooks, drawings, and mix tapes were given to Oscar-nominated filmmaker Brett Morgen, who also had the opportunity to talk to immediate family members, Cobain's wife Courtney Love, and daughter Frances Bean. more >>
The production for Walt Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast is coming together. Josh Gad just posted a cast photo in his personal Instagram account, giving fans a delightful update on their upcoming film.
The image, from left to right features:
• Josh Gad as Gaston's loyal sidekick Lefou • Dan Stevens as the cursed The Beast • Emma Watson as the beautiful Belle • Luke Evans as the vain and arrogant Gaston • Kevin Kline as Belle's father Maurice more >>
Following the success of "Divergent" and "Insurgent," Theo James was highly expected to launch a series of "Underworld" films. However, according to latest updates, the "Insurgent" star turned down offers for the vampire films due to scheduling conflicts with the two remaining "Allegiant" movies.
It was in September last year that Hollywood Reporter made the announcement that James would have a bigger role in the "Underworld" film.
"James, who played a vampire named David in 2013' 'Underworld: Awakening,' will be the central character of the new film, which is not a reboot but rather an expansion of the existing universe," they reported. more >>
With the success of the "The Avengers" and the film being the third highest grossing movie of all time, director Joss Whedon faces a conundrum on how to match the cinematic success of the 2012 film.
What can fans expect from Avengers: Age of Ultron? (Warning: spoilers ahead)