The British Razzie nominees have been announced, and Kirk Cameron, along with his film "Saving Christmas" has been nominated for six awards.
"Saving Christmas" and Cameron received nominations in the following categories: Worst Picture and Worst Screenplay, Worst Actor, Worst Supporting Actress (Brigitte Ridenour), Worst Director (Darren Doane) and Worst Screen Combo (Kirk Cameron and his ego). The film tied with "The Legend of Hercules" and came in second for most nominations; "Transformers: Age of Extinction" took the lead with seven nominations.
The documentary about the history of Christmas, as told by Cameron, received a great deal of criticism from the public. It was voted the worst-ever film on IMDB in Dec, but Cameron championed the movie and encouraged viewers and his followers to see the film and "save Christmas." He used social media to try and improve the film's low rating at Rotten Tomatoes. more >>
The tension is building even higher on the hit TV drama series "Revenge" as it progresses to the second half of its 4th season this year.
Fans were wondering how will the two central characters in the show Emily (Emily Thorne) and Victoria (Madeline Stowe) manage to break free from the clutches of their vengeful enemy Malcolm Black (Tommy Flanagan) who abducted them back in "Madness."
A recently released video promo for Episode 13 titled "Abduction" showed Emily and Victoria in their dire situation. more >>
Recent updates on one of the highly anticipated movie sequel, "Beetlejuice 2," indicated that the purported installment will be set in present day and will also see the return of Michael Keaton reprising his role.
Screenwriter Seth Grahame-Smith of "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" is tasked to pen the script for the next Beetlejuice movie, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The 38-year-old scribe is "rejecting" the notion of making a reboot of the 1988 flick by Tim Burton about a "bio-exorcist" scaring away humans so that a ghost couple (Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis) could live peacefully in their New England home. more >>
Universal Pictures and Legendary Pictures has reportedly tapped Michael Keaton to join their upcoming action adventure film "Kong: Skull Island," which is set for release in 2017.
Word has gone around that Keaton is finalizing a deal with Universal and Legendary to play a part in the Jordan Vogt-Roberts-helmed film, which is slated to come out March 10, 2017. Should Keaton reach a deal with both companies, he'll be joining the likes of previously confirmed actors, Marvel's "The Avengers" actor Tom Hiddleston and "Spider-Man" actor J.K. Simmons.
The production of a "Kong: Skull Island" film was first announced at last year's Comic-Con. Reports have it that instead of showing King Kong, his capture and his move to the big city, the film will explore the events prior to that and explore the giant ape's dangerous jungle habitat. more >>
A new trailer for the upcoming "Avengers: Age of Ultron" has been released.
The new footage gives fans a closer look at Ultron, the robot villain voiced by James Spader. The robot was created by Tony Stark/ Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), and it was programmed to have certain aspects of Stark's personality. While Tony has nothing but good intentions in creating Ultron, the robot develops a god complex and decides that the best way to solve the world's problems is to end humanity.
"Everyone creates the thing they dread," said Ultron in the trailer. "I'm going to tear you apart … from the inside." more >>
After a long period of silence, recent news about the purported sequel of one of Paramount Picture's profitable action-thriller franchise, "G.I. Joe," indicated that the studio is already mobilizing the project and is now in talks with a director to head it.
A report from Deadline.com pointed out that DJ Caruso is now in talks to take helm of the third installment. Caruso is currently occupied with an on-going film "The Disappointments Room," with Wentworth Miller writing for the script and will feature the acts of Kate Beckinsale and Lucas Till.
Although far from being confirmed, sources for the publication however noted that the deal is "all looking quite promising." more >>