The National Board of Review has named the dystopian-future blockbuster Mad Max: Fury Road the best film of the year, while the box office goliath The Martian grabbed three awards, taking best actor for Matt Damon, best director for Ridley Scott and best adapted screenplay for Drew Goddard.
Room, The Hateful Eight and Beasts of No Nation were also listed as multiple NBR award winners,
Sony Pictures Classics has released the first full-length trailer for I Saw the Light, the upcoming biographical drama starring Tom Hiddleston as legendary country singer Hank Williams.
Written and directed by Marc Abraham, the film received fairly dismal reviews after premiering at TIFF and was re-cut and the studio decided to push it out of the crowded awards season.
A brand new Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice footage has aired during Monday night’s episode of “Gotham,” which is just a taste of the next full trailer coming this Wednesday, December 2nd, on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”.
“Mission: Accepted,” the Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation director Christopher McQuarrie wrote this morning in a Twitter post followed by the hashtag “MI6.”
This is the first time the Mission: Impossible franchise will be repeating directors, as producer/star Tom Cruise was keen on having a new director each time,
The filmmaker Fred Dekker (The Monster Squad) has revealed on his Facebook that he’s “just turned in” the latest draft for the fourth Predator movie directed by Shane Black who co-starred in the old original Predator film.
20th Century Fox has shared the new The Revenant TV spot that aired during the mid-season finale of “The Walking Dead” on AMC last night, and you can watch the preview in the player below.
The 19th-century-set revenge thriller, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy, seems like a very strong awards contender.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 was victor at the long Thanksgiving weekend, topping charts with $75.8 million, while Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur failed to capitalize on school holidays, leaving the overall box office softer than anticipated.
In contrast to Ridley Scott who defended his Egypt-set epic, Exodus: Gods and Kings casting with some colorful comments about how non-white actors couldn’t be cast with his budget, director Alex Proyas and Lionsgate, the studio behind Gods of Egypt, have apologized for their movie whitewashing before it even hits theaters.
The rubber-faced comedian Jim Carrey ventures into some dark territory for True Crimes, the Polish set crime thriller based on David Grann’s 2008 New Yorker article about the murder investigation of a slain business man that turns to clues found in an author’s book about an earlier and eerily similar crime.