According to Deadline, X-Men: Days of Future Past filmmaker Bryan Singer recently closed a deal to direct his fourth X-Men film, X-Men: Apocalypse for Fox.
Singer – who previously directed X-Men and X2: X-Men United in addition to Days of Future Past – announced the project on Twitter last December,
The international trailer for John Woo’s latest film, the Chinese epic drama The Crossing has finally been revealed and can be watched below.
Written by Hui-Ling Wang, the film is described as the Chinese Titanic, and is inspired by a 1949 event that involves a steamer that sank while on its way from Shanghai to Keelung, Taiwan.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is reportedly the top contender to play one of America’s most famous whistleblower and asylum-seeking CIA leaker, Edward Snowden in Oliver Stone’s next film The Snowden Files.
According to the trade, Gordon-Levitt and Stone want the deal to happen. Stone and producer Moritz Borman have bought up two sources for their film,
Dystopic young-adult thriller The Maze Runner dashes to top of U.S. box-office this weekend for a $32.5 million gross, solidly meeting expectations.
Following a solid start at the box office, 20th Century Fox has set a date for the sequel, The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials.
Roberto Orci said No No Power Rangers. Deadline reported that Roberto Orci had dropped out of Power Rangers reboot due to his commitments to Paramount Pictures’ Star Trek 3 pic, which will see him make his directorial debut.
Orci was set to executive produce a modern reinvention of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers for Lionsgate. As previously reported,
The latest red band trailer for the upcoming Seth Rogen and James Franco action comedy, The Interview has arrived with all the raunchy humor you’d expect from them. Now this looks like a movie worth watching and not just the pic that had North Korea threaten America with war.
Variety and THR report that Warner Bros. might be pulling-out an old DC project Suicide Squad out of development limbo. End of Watch and Fury director David Ayer is WB’s top choice to helm the pic based on DC Comics properties, which teams up a bunch of supervillains like Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Deathstroke, Joker’s Daughter and Black Manta.
The first trailer for the latest Tim Burton film Big Eyes has debuted, starring Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz.
Yep, there’s no Johnny Depp and Burton made a movie about normal people, which The Weinstein Company will release on Christmas Day.