By: Cynthia A. Directed by: Stuart Beattie Screenplay by: Stuart Beattie Story by: Kevin Grevioux & Stuart Beattie Based on I, Frankenstein by Kevin Grevioux Starring: Aaron Eckhart, Bill Nighy, Yvonne Strahovski, Miranda Otto, Socratis Otto, Jai Courtney & Kevin Grevioux After his creation in 1795, and following the death of his creator, Frankenstein’s monster finds himself pursued by demons before being rescued by gargoyles, … Continue reading Is the monster inside the film or outside? | Cyn’s Movie Review of I, Frankenstein
By: Eric Eisenberg When you think about it, it’s pretty rare for the same director to helm a full trilogy of modern superhero movies. Tim Burton only made two Batmans, Jon Favreau only made two Iron Mans, and Bryan Singer only made two X-Men – not to mention the incredibly long list of filmmakers who only got a shot to direct one film in a … Continue reading The Amazing Spider-Man 3 Brings Back Marc Webb To Direct – CinemaBlend.com
By: Nick Venable Strange as it is, Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel is finally going to be released in less than two weeks, after what feels like decades of waiting. While Snyder’s take on Superman has some people in doubt, Hans Zimmer’s inspirational scoring is bound to leave audiences moved regardless of how they felt about the movie as a whole. The man has a … Continue reading Hans Zimmer Confirms He’s Scoring Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar
By: Nick Venable With all of the star power that is already behind former Christopher Nolan cinematographer Wally Pfister’s directorial debut Transcendence, it seems like all that would be left to cast would just be the extras. Especially after dropping some major coin on leading man Johnny Depp. But the pocketbooks have opened once more for Cole Hauser, who The Hollywood Reporter reveals is in final negotiations to sign on for … Continue reading Cole Hauser Joins The Ensemble Cast of Wally Pfister’s Transcendence
By: Katey Rich Anne Hathaway, a newly minted Oscar winner who also stole nearly every scene in last summer’s The Dark Knight Rises, is now set to reunite with Christopher Nolan for the director’s upcoming super-secret sci-fi adventure. Deadline reports that she’s about to close a deal to star in Interstellar, the project that already has Matthew McConaughey on board as the lead. We know almost nothing else about the story, other … Continue reading Anne Hathaway Reuniting With Christopher Nolan For Interstellar
By: Katey Rich After a hugely heralded premiere at Sundance in January, Shane Carruth‘s Upstream Color is finally making its way toward theaters on April 5– and with it, a man who’s been shrouded in mystery for almost a decade is making his way back toward the light. Carruth’s no recluse or even Malick-style introvert, participating in post-screening Q&As and a handful of interviews to promote Upstream, but the cult that’s … Continue reading How Even Steven Soderbergh And David Fincher Failed To Get A Dream Project Made
By: Eric Eisenberg If you’re a science-fiction fan, chances are that you’ve heard of something called the singularity. Known more accurately as the “technological singularity,” the term refers to a theory that it’s possible for technology to acquire intelligence greater than that of a human. This, in turn, would lead to what some refer to as “an intelligence explosion” where the tech would begin taking … Continue reading Johnny Depp To Become A Supercomputer In Wally Pfister’s Transcendence?
By: Katey Rich What do we know for sure about the Justice League movie so far? Honestly, not a whole lot. Since Ben Affleck denied rumors that he might direct it, and Warner Bros. settled a legal suit against the estates of Superman’s creator, we’ve known mainly that the movie is going forward and is scheduled for 2015, that Gangster Squad‘s Will Beall will be writing it… … Continue reading Zack Snyder Suggests Man Of Steel Will Lead Directly Into Justice League
By: Katey Rich UPDATE: Colin Trevorrow has spoken up, once again via Film School Rejects, and confirmed what we feared: he’s not, in fact, talking about Star Wars here. Your guess is as good as ours as to what other popular series with a massive mythology he might be referring to. Read the original article below for the full details. Of all the names that have surfaced … Continue reading UPDATED: Potential Star Wars Episode VII Director: ‘I Will Hopefully Make It Not Suck’
By: Kristy Puchko Buckle up, gang, because with Disney buying Lucasfilm and assuring three new Star Wars movies, we will be facing an onslaught of rumors of who might dare take the helm for years to come. Movie fans have already thrown out their picks, which include such major names as Christopher Nolan, David Fincher and Joss Whedon, but now a curious rumor suggests that … Continue reading Could Star Wars Episode VII Be Directed By An Indie Newcomer?