If you’re afraid of ventriloquist dolls, you might want to steer clear, as Goosebumps creator R.L. Stine has confirmed the return of Slappy the Dummy.
While on The Tonight Show, Will Smith discussed his thoughts on sequels, including those within his own franchises such as Men in Black and Bad Boys.
She might’ve already made her impact on the Marvel universe as Nebula in the Guardians of the Galaxy and Avengers movies, but Karen Gillan has eyes on joining the DC universe, too, it seems. The Scottish star has voiced her interest in getting to grips with the character of Batgirl – not only playing her, but also directing the upcoming film that Warner Bros. is working on.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Bad Boys For Life has impressed Sony so much that the studio is now developing Bad Boys 4.
After more than a decade since the last film in the series released, Disney is now in the process of developing National Treasure 3. At least, that’s according to The Hollywood Reporter, who bring word today that the film is currently in the works over at the Mouse House, with Bad Boys For Life scribe Chris Bremner attached to write the script and Jerry Bruckheimer producing.
The remake of Black Christmas is getting a home video debut on March 17th whether you wanted it to or not, with details now released on what we can expect from its Blu-ray.
Jordan Peele recently chose to shed some light on Us’ famously ambiguous ending, explaining what happenes with the Tethered.
It was only a couple of days ago that the first trailer for Guns Akimbo was released, and it was clearly decided that a mere two minutes were not enough to adequately convey the film’s sheer volume of unremitting chaos. As such, another is now available for your viewing pleasure, and looks even more glorious.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker brought to a close the sprawling, intergenerational chronicle first conceived by George Lucas in 1977 in as cohesive a manner as fans could have hoped for, returning its focus to the central contentious relationship between the Skywalkers and the Palpatines and revealing the parts that each of this new trilogy’s principle participants had to play in that conflict.
Remember a few months ago when Disney CEO Bob Iger said they were going to slow down the assembly line that is Star Wars? Following the divisiveness over Star Wars: The Last Jedi and the dismal box office performance of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Iger felt it was time to pump the breaks on Star Wars releases and get back to making them feel special again. I wonder how he feels after the reaction to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker?