Hollywood has made tons of movies about men saying “fuck it” and throwing away their responsibilities so they can have a wild bacchanal or whatever, but this trailer for Bad Moms—which doesn’t seem to feature any adult men whatsoever—flips...Show More Summary
Almost two years after Warner Bros. officially announced that it was making an Aquaman movie, Harriet Tubman—an actual American hero who did cooler stuff than Aquaman ever did—is finally getting a movie of her own as well. This comes from Deadline, which says the movie will be called Harriet and that Homeland director Seith Mann will be directing. Show More Summary
Its that time of year again — the Summer movie season is upon us. And the /Filmcast team have once again gathered to compete in what has become an annual tradition: the Summer Movie Wager. Every year in the past I would make a guestShow More Summary
Its not a new phenomenon, a lot of movie trailers feature shots from movies that don’t end up on the big screen. This usually takes the form of scenes or moments that hit the cutting room floor in the time between the early marketing and release date. Show More Summary
If there's ever a time and place to peacock, it's at the 2016 Met Gala--just ask Zoe Saldana. The fashion forward movie star is known for taking risks on the red carpet, and Monday's...
Few sequels ever live up to the hype of the original when it comes to movies, but every now and then you get a good sequel. The Empire Strikes Back? Great. Caddyshack 2? Forgettable. If movies are not getting sequels, they are getting...Show More Summary
Surely you must, whether it is Michael Bay’s blockbusters on the silver screen that recycles shots in the same movie, or the cartoon of yore that had Megatron turn into, of all, things, a gun, there is something about sentient alien beings that arrive in the form of nuts and bolts (to strip them down to their most basic form factors, of course). Show More Summary
Paramount would like you to boldly go where you have already gone before: back to your local multiplex for another Star Trek movie. As Justin Lin‘s Star Trek Beyond sails toward its summer 2016 release, the studio is reportedly getting...Show More Summary
What are the boundaries in artist/audience relationships these days? Do you have a problem with inclusiveness if you can’t define what it is? Do we lose an essential part of the audience experience when movies go in-home? And what is to be learned about what audiences want from the big new insta-culture districts?
This entire Space Jam 2 movie featuring LeBron James has been floating around the net for awhile now, but it wasn’t until Monday when it was officially announced it was actually going to happen. “Justin Lin and Andrew Dodge are ready to shoot some intergalactic hoops with LeBron James. The Fast & Furious 6 […]
It took a while, but Space Jam 2 is reportedly finally on its way. Here’s the Hollywood Reporter with details: Justin Lin, Andrew Dodge and Alfredo Botello are ready to shoot some intergalactic hoops with LeBron James. The Fast & Furious 6 and Star Trek Beyond helmer is co-writing, with Dodge and Botello, Warner Bros.’ Space Jam 2. [...]
In its annual Studio Responsibility Index, GLAAD found that movies LGBT characters are still too often reduced to tokens and punchlines. One franchise ripe for inclusion? Star Wars.
Despite the rumored mess happening in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU), "Justice League: Part 1" is slowly taking shape. After it was confirmed that actor JK Simmons is joining the movie as Commissioner Gordon, Jeremy Irons has confirmed that he is returning to the DCEU as he reprises another role that is identified with Batman, his butler Alfred.
Will "The Flash" movie experience a slowing down now that its originally slated director Seth Grahame-Smith has left the movie over the issue of creative differences? According to The Hollywood Reporter, it may not be so as Warner Bros. Show More Summary
While the actress to breathe life to the character is still unknown, rumor has it that Carol Danvers, aka Captain Marvel, is definitely appearing in another Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) movie offering, "Avengers: Infinity War," before the filming for her first solo big screen incarnation begins.
After the news saying that novelist and screenwriter Seth Grahame-Smith has thrown in the towel and left his "The Flash" movie directorial job, rumor has it that "Aquaman" movie director James Wan will follow suit.
VideoBonham’s will offer this DB3S at its next Aston Martin auction, a factory racecar that later starred in a quirky British comedy film and has provided trusty service for many years in the Mille Miglia reenactment. From its commission, the car has evolved an interesting back story. Built in 1953 for [...]
Reclusive filmmaker Terrence Malick has dazzled us with incredible imagery for over 40 years, and now he's finally giving us his most ambitious project yet. For 30 years, Malick has been working on “Voyage of Time,” which is a documentary...Show More Summary
Hollywood has always been bad at representing LGBT characters, but it looks like 2015 was a new low. A study by GLAAD of 126 studio movies released in 2015 found that only 22 titles (17.5 percent) had characters identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual, and/or transgender. Show More Summary
Superman, such a nice Jewish mensch! By Joe Spier CALGRARY, Alberta, Canada–Look to the sky. Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No it’s Superman, the most famous comic book, radio, television and movie superhero. He is faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive and able to leap tall buildings in [...]Show More Summary