Find Out Why Michael Fassbender And Brad Pitt’s Next Movie Is Looking Better Than Ever

By: Katey Rich Whether you caught his previous films Hunger and Shame or only heard all the jokes about Michael Fassbender’s penis, there’s plenty of reason to look forward to director Steve McQueen’s upcoming third film, 12 Years A Slave. It’s a huge departure for the visual-artist-turned-director, bringing back Fassbender in a supporting role but primarily focusing on Solomon Northrup, a man played by Chiwetel … Continue reading Find Out Why Michael Fassbender And Brad Pitt’s Next Movie Is Looking Better Than Ever

Advertisements

Grumpy Cat Meme Getting Its Own Movie. Seriously.

By: Nick Venable Get ready to pull out your “Hollywood is dead!” protest signs, for the cinematic apocalypse hangs before us – and it will always land on four paws. After movies based on games, Troll dollsand blogs, we’re now in the era of the “meme movie,” and I wish Keanu Reeve’s vacant stare was here to tell me what to do about it. Deadline reports the Grumpy Cat … Continue reading Grumpy Cat Meme Getting Its Own Movie. Seriously.

Michael C. Hall Joins Revenge Thriller Cold In July

By: Nick Venable Though it still doesn’t have a release date yet, Jim Mickle’s We Are What We Are has gotten enough festival buzz to make the film seem like it could be a successful remake – Jorge Michel Grau wrote and directed the 2010 Mexican original – while also rising above Mickle’s other previous lackluster genre efforts. Positivity breeds optimism, which is needed to really get … Continue reading Michael C. Hall Joins Revenge Thriller Cold In July

Endless Love Remake Sets Perfectly Fitting Release Date

By:  Nick Venable “And love, oh, love. I’ll be a fool for you, I’m sure. You know I don’t mind. Oh, you know I don’t mind. Cause you, you mean the world to me. Oh, I know. I know I’ve found in you my endless love.” It’s hard to believe that simplistic lyrics like that – from what has turned out to be a pretty … Continue reading Endless Love Remake Sets Perfectly Fitting Release Date

We Are What We Are Director Jim Mickle Takes Revenge Thriller Cold In July

By: Nick Venable Arguably one of the more anticipated and dreaded releases of the year for horror fans will be Jim Mickle’s remake of Jorge Michel Grau’s ridiculously dark Spanish cannibal flick We Are What We Are, definitely one of the most unsettling horror efforts of the last few years. And should Mickle’s interpretation come anywhere close to resembling the original, genre fans will be a … Continue reading We Are What We Are Director Jim Mickle Takes Revenge Thriller Cold In July

Sinister Director Scott Derrickson To Direct Adaptation Of Stephen King’s The Breaking Method

By: Eric Eisenberg While I didn’t like Scott Derrickson’s latest film, Sinister, because of its overdone plot, it’s actually a very competently directed movie. Even when the story wasn’t bringing the scares, the filmmaker was able to create a terrific, creepy atmosphere using smart camera placement and movement. He seems to have a knack for horror and just needs a proper story to tell. Well, … Continue reading Sinister Director Scott Derrickson To Direct Adaptation Of Stephen King’s The Breaking Method

Snow White And The Huntsman Director Rupert Sanders To Helm Sci-Fi Romance The Juliet

By: Eric Eisenberg Director Rupert Sanders made Universal Pictures a lot of money this summer -his film Snow White and the Huntsman bringing in $396 million internationally – and while the critics didn’t love what he had to offer and there was the controversial affair with Kristen Stewart, Hollywood is still totally motivated by money. So, naturally, Sanders has been getting his fair share of … Continue reading Snow White And The Huntsman Director Rupert Sanders To Helm Sci-Fi Romance The Juliet

Jon Favreau To Direct, Ryan Reynolds To Star In Battle For Bonneville

By: Eric Eisenberg Director Jon Favreau may not be helming Iron Man movies anymore, but his filmmaking career isn’t slowing down at all. He’s already set to helm an adaptation of the Broadway musical Jersey Boys and has signed a deal with Disney to direct their upcoming Magic Kingdom project, and now it would seem that a third film has fallen onto his plate. Favreau … Continue reading Jon Favreau To Direct, Ryan Reynolds To Star In Battle For Bonneville

James Franco, Glenn Close And Brit Marling Sign On For The Grace That Keeps This World

By: Eric Eisenberg The indie family drama The Grace That Keeps This World, the new movie from Terri director Azazel Jacobs, has announced the first three performers that will be joining its cast and it’s a pretty damn good lineup. It’s being reported that James Franco, Glenn Close and Brit Marling have all signed on the dotted line for the project, which is based on … Continue reading James Franco, Glenn Close And Brit Marling Sign On For The Grace That Keeps This World

Ryan Reynolds May Go A Bit Nuts In Psychological Thriller The Voices

By: Eric Eisenberg It’s been a fairly quiet year for Ryan Reynolds, but that may just be because of how loud 2011 was. Last summer he had his big chance at a breakout, starring in Green Lantern and The Change Up, but neither of those films were able to do what they were expected to do at the box office. Earlier this year he played … Continue reading Ryan Reynolds May Go A Bit Nuts In Psychological Thriller The Voices