Amidst the long and heartbreaking wait following actor Paul Walker's death last year, the first full and official trailer for the upcoming high-octane action movie "Fast & Furious 7" is finally here.
Over the weekend, Universal Pictures debuted the full-length trailer for FF 7 and things are getting pumped up to the nth level.
The video opens up with Vin Diesel's Dom Toretto checking up on the crew "Alright, let's get to work." more >>
Channing Tatum is heading for an X-Men spinoff project "Gambit" as lead star and Fox is now giving the green light, according to reports.
The "22 Jump Street" actor is now officially signed to play the card-slinging X-man for its spin-off movie, with "Robocop" writer Josh Zetumer joining the crew to pen the screenplay, according to Deadline.
The film will be based from X-Men veteran Chris Claremont's story treatment, Digital Spy added. more >>
"God the Father," a film based on the life of former Colombo family Captain Michael Franzese, hits theaters Friday, and the ex-mob boss says that while he's left the life of crime behind, the lessons he learned continue to help him today.
"I learned things [from my old life] that help me in business. I wrote a business book about it because a lot of things I learned on the street [help me today]," the mafia prince-turned-Christian motivational speaker said during a recent Q&A when asked what positive traits he's carried over from his old life into his new one.
"Listen, you sit down and negotiate with a guy [like] John Gotti, like I had to do a couple of times, you learn some things. You learn how to read people and how to know what it is you want before you get in a meeting." more >>
Just recently, the official final trailer for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1" came out and it took the Hunger Games fans by storm. The trailer has intensified the anticipation for the movie to come out, which is already this Nov. 21.
Though it's just barely a minute long, the sneak peak showed some action-packed scenes starting from Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) finding out that her district was completely obliterated.
Then through a video message, Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) told in a tearful way that "they're coming Katniss! They're going to kill everyone. You'll be dead by morning!" more >>
Not much has been heard about the upcoming Arnold Schwarzenegger flick "Terminator" titled, "Terminator: Genisys." Now news revolving the movie is making rounds. Here's what we've heard so far.
Entertainment Weekly had two different covers promoting the film.
The first cover features "Dawn of the Planet of Apes" star Jason Clarke as John Connor, "Doctor Who" actor Matt Smith, whose character hasn't been revealed yet, and a scary-looking Terminator robot standing behind them. more >>
"God the Father" tells the story of ex-mob boss and Colombo crime family captain Michael Franzese in a new and innovative format that includes animation, re-enactment, actual news footage and commentary from Michael, his wife, Camille, and several Christian pastors.
The film starts by introducing the concept of Italian-based organized crime, better know as La Cosanostra, and leads into Franzese's accent to the top of the mob ranks. Michael's father, Sonny Franzese, had been involved in organized crime for most of his life and his son ended up following in his footsteps.
"God the Father" shows various news clips that feature interviews with Franzese when he was a promising young earner for the mob stealing millions of dollars through a gasoline tax scam and various other business. He narrates the film telling his own story with the help of these clips and re-enactments of actual events in his life. In order to avoid having gratuitous violence in the movie, all shootings and stabbings are animated. The most compelling format used in the movie are the actual news clips that show just how entrenched Franzese was in what they call "the life." more >>