Of the many franchises plunged into limbo by Disney’s Fox buyout – yep, that story again – sci-fi’s favourite talking animals saga Planet of the Apes is high on the list of filmgoer concerns. It’s definitely fair to describe it as a talking animals saga. Not misleading in the slightest.
Fans of Marvel films, or movies in general, now have a chance to own a piece of cinematic history. That’s right, Captain America himself, Chris Evans, is giving away one of the shields used in Avengers: Endgame to benefit the charity Girl Powerful, which is a youth empowerment organization.
One of the more offbeat takes on the Batman legend in recent years, 2018’s Batman Ninja transplanted the world of the Dark Knight into anime. Junpei Mizusaki took the directing reins in an animated film designed by Takashi Okazaki of Afro Samurai fame. It’s now being reported that we’ll be getting a live-action adaptation of the material, albeit not as a feature film, but as a stage play. While this may be disappointing for some wanting to see a niche Batman movie, a play is undoubtedly an intriguing prospect.
On his day, Nicolas Cage can still put out a performance that reminds people why he was once one of the most sought-after stars in Hollywood, but more often than not the 56 year-old is content so show up for the paycheck, and his gradual decline from the top of the A-list to the biggest name in direct-to-video genre movies has been something to behold.
Star Wars fans wanting to watch the Skywalker Saga in beautiful 4K UHD were forced to subscribe to Disney+, as that format was exclusive for those particular titles to the fledgling streaming service. Now, however, Lucasfilm has decided to allow consumers to purchase these epic movies both individually and in a box set in spectacular 4K UHD.
A new clip from the upcoming action comedy film starring Daniel Radcliffe, Guns Akimbo, features Samara Weaving firing a rocket launcher.
DC’s Geoff Johns may have tried to force Ben Affleck off of The Batman over the script’s tone. But that’s just one of many speculated reasons for his exit.
Completely ignoring the universe-altering events of Avengers: Endgame, the Marvel Cinematic Universe almost suffered a huge loss last summer when Sony decided to end their working relationship with Marvel Studios, seemingly taking Spider-Man out of the franchise with an eye to utilizing the character in their own slate of comic book movies.
It’s been two months since the worldwide premiere of the last movie in the Skywalker Saga, and while some Star Wars fans are eager to know what’s next for the galaxy far, far away, there are many who no longer share this enthusiasm.
Saw co-creator Leigh Whannell and Blumhouse’s update of The Invisible Man hits theaters next weekend, which means we can all move on with our lives and pretend as though the ill-fated Dark Universe never existed. Universal’s last attempt at rebooting their stable of iconic monsters for modern audiences didn’t go too well, with The Mummy quickly following 2014’s forgotten Dracula Untold in falling spectacularly at the first hurdle.