What does it take to reboot a classic '80s film? You can follow in the footsteps of Creed and Fury Road and give the original formula a modern remix — or you can simply port the story over to West Africa and go from there. That's the thinking behind Akounak Tedalat Taha... More »
Warning: Spoilers for Creed are in play. Bookmark this page, and come back after you've seen the film. With a solid third place opening, and a resounding 92% on Rotten Tomatoes, Creed is on the road to becoming a champion after all. Of course, this will re-kindle talks about turning the Rocky spin-off into a full fledged franchise, and Michael B. Show More Summary
Taiwan’s The Assassin, from this year’s Cannes Film Festival best director Hou Hsiao-Hsien, has been voted the top movie of 2015 in the British Film Institute’s poll of 168 critics for the organization’s Sight & Sound magazine. No. 2...Show More Summary
"This will be my last job." IFC Films has debuted the trailer for the indie crime drama Dixieland, from writer/director Hank Bedford, starring Chris Zylka (The Leftovers) and Riley Keough (Mad Max: Fury Road). Zylka plays Kermit, a "mostly...Show More Summary
Renee Zellweger holds on to her helmet while filming a scene for Bridget Jones’s Baby on Sunday (November 22) in London, England. The 46-year-old actress created a bit of a traffic jam on the road that day during filming on the Albert Bridge. At one point, she rode the bike around in between takes in [...]
The Motown star recorded the album in 1978 after playing Dorothy in the film adaptation of "The Wiz."
Of all conflicts that play out during a movie, the fight scene is its own fantastical universe. As anyone who's ever been in a fight knows, filmed fisticuffs are nothing like real life — yet must feel real when unspooling for an audience. "It's a physical extension of the conflict the characters...
According to the latest report, "Mad Max: Fury Road's" Abbey Lee and "Supernatural's" Alona Tal are being eyed for the role of Black Canary.
This week Mark and Seth sat down with Scott Herriott. Scott was a co-host on the now-defunct Bigfoot Show and was a staple in the Bigfoot community. Lately, he's taking new roads as a full-time hiker and filmmaker. We talked about his experiences in the world of "super-indie-filmmaking" and his views on the Bigfoot world.
George Miller, of Mad Max: Fury Road fame, almost directed a Justice League feature film -- and he got pretty far along in the creative process, it seems. Far enough to necessitate a photo-shoot of Megan Gale in a Wonder Woman costume, anyway.
Major film studios arrange free private screenings for athletes on the road in the hope they will promote the movies on social media. The teams see the outings as a way to build camaraderie.
Justice League Dark, as film en route to production, has had a very rocky road thus far. The comic book it is attempting to adapt is, more or less, a magical and mystical version of the Justice League. Justice League Dark consists of John Constantine, Deadman, Zatanna, Madame Xanadu, among other rotating characters. Show More Summary
Open Road Films has released the trailer for Fifty Shades of Black, a parody of the popular film/novel Fifty Shades of Gray. From Marlon Wayans, and the director of "A Haunted House,” “Fifty Shades Of Black” is an outrageous comedy starring Marlon Wayans in the role of Mr. Show More Summary
In Act Three of our series on making a movie: the long road to "action." Now that we had our script, a director, and $200,000 in investors' money in the bank, we were ready to start filming. What our team lacked, however, was someone who actually knew how to make a movie. Show More Summary
Today’s comic by Jen Sorensen is: How to tell the difference between ISIS and Muslims: Obama will award Senator Barbara Milkulski with Presidential Medal of Freedom. Money for bridge to nowhere spent on road to nowhere: The name "Bridge...Show More Summary
Producers Peter Pastorelli, Marshall Johnson, and Eddie Rubin have partnered to launch the new production outfit Long Road Film, with the goal of producing multiple films per year with budgets between $5 million and $10 million. The joint venture has signed with Gersh for representation, and is based in New York. Show More Summary
Welcome to Cardboard Cinema, the monthly column where we pair great tabletop games with great movies. In today’s edition: games that capture the spirit of films from Quentin Tarantino, Rob Reiner, Duncan Jones, John Carpenter, George Miller, and the Marx brothers. Show More Summary
Rockmount is a brilliant short film about Roy Keane’s youth career in Ireland and how he starts out on the road to success that led him to Manchester United and his national team. The 11-year-old Roy Keane, played by actor Craig Keane Harrington, started his career at Rockmount, the club […]
Denver, Colorado-based artist Christopher Cox of Changethethought Studio has created two wonderfully fierce Mad Max: Fury Road posters featuring a bold font and memorable moments from the film. It was a dream project and I went all out. The poster began as a typography only layout with the idea that large letterforms would be filled […]
Triple 9 will be released by Open Road Films in the U.S. on February 19, 2016 The post Triple 9 Trailer: Dirty Cops Pull Off a Dirty Heist appeared first on ComingSoon.net.