20th Century Fox is developing its own “team of superheroes” property. The studio is reviving a big screen reboot of the comic book series The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, according to The Tracking Board.
Warner Bros. and Alcon have dropped the first Point Break trailer and poster for director Ericson Core’s (The Fast and the Furious) redo of Kathryn Bigelow’s 1991 original, which starred Keanu Reeves as the fed and Patrick Swayze as the extreme sports addict who robbed banks.
The most successful U.S. Latino filmmaker will be teaming with Terry Rossio (Pirates of the Caribbean) on the script, the most recent draft of which was written by Dan Mazeau.
The first trailer for one of the breakout hits at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, the coming of age dramedy The Diary of a Teenage Girl, dropped today on Yahoo.
Based on Phoebe Gloeckner’s novel of the same name, the film stars Bel Powley (a veteran of UK TV)
The brand-new Batmobile that will debut in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was spotted chasing The Joker’s (Jared Leto) sweet purple ride on Suicide Squad‘s Toronto set. Well, now we have confirmation that Bruce Wayne, Batman will indeed be in the Joker-and-Harley-centric film.
Curiosity about George Miller‘s planned Justice League film has been renewed in the wake of Mad Max blistering return to our screens.
Back in 2007, the Fury Road director had signed on to helm a motion-capture Justice League movie – Justice League Mortal.
The “True Detective” helmer clashed with the studio over budget cuts and it’s likely the movie is on hold permanently.
Jaden Smith, the son of Suicide Squad star Will Smith, has been rumored to be taking on the role of DC Comics’ first black teenage hero, Static Shock in the upcoming live-action series.
In a recent Comic-Con interview, “The Walking Dead” actor Tyler James Williams linked him to the project.
Cannes 2015 is officially a wrap and the winners of the 68th Film Festival have been unveiled. The jury led by Joel and Ethan Coen, which also included Sienna Miller, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Guillermo del Toro awarded the Palme d’Or to Jacques Audiard for his émigré drama Dheepan.