Tom Holland’s pivotal role in bringing Spider-Man back to the Marvel Cinematic Universe following the initial end of the working agreement between Marvel and Sony has solidified the actor’s reputation as an all-round good guy in the eyes of fans. Although he was set to keep playing the character outside of the MCU, the 23 year-old became heavily involved in the process of restarting negotiations between the two parties due to both his obvious love for web-slinger and his strong relationships with the likes of Kevin Feige, outgoing CEO Bob Iger and many of his co-stars.
Whether you’re a casual fan of the shuffling menace or a hardcore gore hound, Yeon Sang-ho’s 2016 zombie survival flick Train To Busan is undoubtedly worth checking out.
In just over a month, The New Mutants will finally hit theaters and now fans have a better idea of what they’re in for when they get to see the movie, as the runtime and rating of the motion picture have been revealed.
The Invisible Man proves once again that Leigh Whannell has been a horror powerhouse since his early days with the Saw films. Many people had wondered why the talented filmmaker left the successful franchise and, now he has revealed the reasons for his departure.
Ace Ventura 3 reportedly has interest from a major studio, but everyone’s waiting to see whether Jim Carrey signs off on the project.
We can safely bet on the fact that there is an estimable number of people out there who know everything there possibly is to know about Harry Potter, but it seems that Tom Holland has no problem taking them all on.
Remember in 2016 when the R-rated Deadpool became a phenomenon on its way to more than $800 million in worldwide box office sales? We didn’t quite know it at the time, but that movie sort of broke the seal in establishing the potential success of an adult oriented superhero movie.
Screen Rant is reporting on a popular fan theory arguing that Bong Joon-ho’s Snowpiercer is secretly a sequel to the 1971 film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, and while the idea seems pretty absurd at first glance, it must be said that there’s an intriguingly loopy case to be made.
If you’ve been hankering for a good ol’ scare, we may just have the blood-drenched ticket for you. That’s right, a new horror film has just landed on Netflix and is allegedly so scary it’s been profoundly disturbing the majority of its viewers. Specifically, the movie in question is Travis Stevens’ psychological haunted house chiller, Girl On The Third Floor, and while it’s resonated surprisingly well with critics – the pic currently sits at an impressive 80% critical rating on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes at the time of writing – many have been left somewhat distressed by the streaming giant’s latest terrifying offering.
The Mouse House has finally decided to delay the release of their new live-action adaptation of Mulan in China amidst growing concerns about the COVID-19 outbreak.