One of the most awaited films of 2016 "Deadpool" has already released its first trailer and it looks promising. It arrived online after premiering on "Conan", making last Tuesday night's episode of the show on TBS to be rated TV-MA due to the film's R-rated classification, according to reports.
The movie is expected to show so much explicit content including sex, violence and a lot of profanity that would not be appropriate for young audiences. Thus, a "14A" rating was given to the trailer, which means that only audiences aged 14 and above are allowed to see it without adult supervision.
Based upon Marvel Comics, most unconventional anti-hero "Deadpool" is the story of of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds). He adopts his alter ego Deadpool after being subjected to a rogue experiment that procured him accelerated healing powers and new abilities. He hunts down the man who almost killed him. more >>
New Line Cinema has decided to do another reboot of classic 1980s horror film "Nightmare on Elm Street."
Five years after New Line Cinema and Platinum Dunes did a remake of Wes Craven's 1984 supernatural slasher movie, "Nightmare on Elm Street," the film studio is doing another reboot to bring back Freddy Krueger, according to Bloody Disgusting.
Robert Englund, who played the first burned boogeyman in the original movie, and the seven sequels thereafter, grew to popularity brandishing Wolverine-meets-Edward-Scissorhands-like blades in the place of his fingers, killing teenagers in their dreams, and in reality. more >>
The script for the next installment in the "Sherlock Holmes" franchise is in the works, and both main stars said they want to return.
A third film to follow 2011's "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" will soon see production, and Robert Downey, Jr. and Jude Law have already signaled their intention to reprise their roles.
Warner Bros. announced way back in 2011 that the first draft for "Sherlock Holmes 3" had already been started. By 2014, producer Susan Downey, who produced the first two films, confirmed the third installment was in development. more >>
Not long after the latest "Fast and Furious" sequel, "Furious 7" was released in cinemas and garnered record-breaking success, executive producer and one of the film's protagonists Vin Diesel announced that the next installment for the film franchise is already underway. The sequel is scheduled to have its world premiere on April 17, 2017.
The stage has also already been prepared for the next installment in the "Furious" series. Minor modifications to the original endings have been made including Kurt Russell's character "Mr. Nobody," which will play a vital role in the next installment, according to News Everyday.
Recent updates have also been made from producer Neal Moritz, revealing more information about the forthcoming movie. Moritz stated in an interview that the "Furious 8" team is presently focusing on putting forward the right screenplay. The movie is also going to have a new director with reports saying that the sequel is going to be directed by Justin Lin, who headed the last several films in the "Fast and Furious" series. more >>
The last film of the "Hunger Games" franchise, "Mockingjay Part 2," is coming this Nov. 19 and 20, first to Australia and then the U.S. The film is based on the last book of the novel series written by American author Suzanne Collins of the same title. The novel series, which is targeted for the young adult audience, follows the adventures of two lead characters Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark in the Hunger Games universe.
The film adaptation of the last novel "Mockingjay" had to be broken into two parts, with Part 1 released in 2014 and Part 2 in late 2015. With the end of the film franchise drawing near, fans began to speculate if there will be something more coming after "Mockingjay Part 2."
And these speculations were fuelled by recent pronouncements from the film's director and one of its lead stars. more >>
UFC Champ Ronda Rousey will soon be featured in a movie based on her own autobiography, "My Fight/Your Fight," starring as herself.
Paramount Pictures has just acquired the film rights to MMA fighter Ronda Rousey's autobiography, "My Fight/Your Fight," and will recreate the story of her life on the big screen with Rousey in the lead role.
The undefeated UFC Bantamweight fighter recently cleaned the Octagon floor with her latest knocked out opponent, Bethe Correia after a 34-second fight in Brazil Saturday, and the upcoming movie project is set to bring her closer to home. more >>