Ummmm ... really?
Yesterday Entertainment Weekly magazine gave us our first look at the cast of the new sequel/reboot/whatever movie Terminator: Genisys … but they held off on showing us what original Terminator star Arnold Schwarzenegger will look like in the movie … until today. Click below to get your first look at 67-year old Ahhhnold back in the role that made him an action movie superstar and see if YOU buy him as a menacing robot from the future hellbent on the destruction of mankind again. More »
Coming in 2018 & 2019
Yesterday we learned that Marvel Studios is planning to release 9 superhero movies over the next 5 years culminating in a two-part Avengers movie event titled Infinity War. At the press event yesterday, an announcement video was screened for Avengers: Infinity War Parts I and II which you can watch in full above. The video features footage from the Marvel movies that have already been released cut together to tease the forthcoming new set of movies, which is cool I guess, but the clip culminates in footage of the villainous Thanos brandishing the Infinity Gauntlet with all 6 infinity stones. War is coming to the cinematic Marvel universe and we are SO not ready for it … so, thankfully, we have until 2018 and 2019 to get ready. Check out the announcement video for Avengers: Infinity War above and see what you think.
"I have a message for President Snow ..."
We are less than a month away from the release of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 and today we get to see the final trailer released for the film. As you can see in the embed above, this final trailer features footage that we’ve seen before but it does include very exciting previously unseen footage as well. The Mockingjay will rise on November 21, are you ready?
In early August, we learned that the new Terminator sequel/reboot movie has been titled Terminator: Genisys and today we get our FIRST look at the movie on the cover of this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly magazine. This new Terminator film will be the first of three new movies that are being produced in an effort to reboot the entire movie franchise by retelling the original Terminator story all over again, differently … or something like that. Click below to see the TWO new covers of this week’s issue of EW and learn more about the reboot/sequel franchise to come. More »
So good. Just, soooo good.
The first trailer for The Avengers: Age of Ultron was supposed to air during last night’s broadcast of Marvel‘s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. but because the clip leaked a week early, the first trailer was officially released early as well. But, because Marvel Studios loves us so much, they aired a second trailer for Ultron during last night’s broadcast of S.H.I.E.L.D. which features new footage from the film (and footage already featured in the first trailer). The first part of this second trailer is just too perfect … it’s so Joss Whedon, it hurts … but in the best way possible. The look on Thor‘s face when his hammer moves a tiny bit when Captain America tries to pick it up is priceless. OMG, so good! Enjoy this trailer … I know you will.
Marvel will also release its first Female superhero film
About two weeks ago, Warner Bros. announced the 10 superhero movies that they are planning to release over the next 6 years (including the much-anticipated first solo film for Wonder Woman) and today, Marvel Studios announced the set of movies that they are planning to release over the next 5 years. Starting in 2016, with Captain America: Civil War, Marvel will release a string of sequel films (for Guardians of the Galaxy, Thor and The Avengers) as well as stand alone films for Black Panther (the first Black superhero to get a feature film) and Captain Marvel (which will be Marvel Studios‘s first female superhero film). Coupled with the 10 movies coming from DC Comics/WB, we are in for an ONSLAUGHT of superhero movies. Click through the gallery to see the title logos and release dates for the forthcoming Marvel Studios movies and then click below to learn more deets about these films. More »
The TV Guide
Last night was very full, very fun night for me. In the early evening, I met up with my friend Eileen for a showing of The Nightmare Before Christmas in 4D at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood, CA and then I met up with my friend Amelia so that we could make our way downtown to The Mayan to see Charli XCX in concert. Both events were crazy fun in very different ways. It had been many years since I’ve seen Nightmare and it’s been 20 years since I’ve seen it in a movie theater … so I had forgotten how really great the movie is. Charli‘s show last night was much bigger than her last show here in LA at the El Rey. I ran into a bunch of friends at the show and we had the best night ever!! More »
Supa dupa creepy.
So I was just reading about a new movie starring Megan Fox and James Franco. Zeroville sounds really intriguing—Franco is going to play some creepy, weirdo guy (ahem) living in Hollywood in 1969, and Fox will play his love interest/new obsession. Franco recently shared a photo on Instagram, and I was not prepared. Click inside for more!
Last week it was revealed that Warner Bros. is planning to release 10 new DC Comics superhero films over the next 6 years and among those movies will be the first ever feature film starring Wonder Woman. Today we learn that the studio is looking to hire a female director for the Wonder Woman movie which seems like such a no brainer to me that I’m amazed that it even has to be stated in the first place. Because we still have a few years to wait before Wonder Woman hits movie theaters, there’s lots of time for the WB to find the right woman for the job … which is very important because the Wonder Woman movie deserves only the best. More »
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Earlier this week we got our first look at Johnny Depp in character as the Big, Bad Wolf as he will appear in the forthcoming Disney film Into The Woods and today we get to see actual footage from the film that features actual music! A new promo featurette titled The Story has been released that features stars of the film talking about the movie … yada yada yada … and at the 2:30 mark, we hear Meryl Streep sing. This is our first really good look at the film, much more impressive (I think) than the teaser trailer we saw last summer. Enjoy.