Monthly Archives: December 2014
Hell yeah, I must have overlooked that somehow. Now that 2014 is just about over, I just wanted to take a quick minute to say that writer/director/star Sylvester Stallone has confirmed he is working on Rambo: Last Blood, which will serve as the fifth and likely final entry in the decades-old franchise launched in 1982 with First Blood.
Well seems like some people have warmed up to the Paul Feig‘s all-female Ghostbusters idea since the project was first announced. Of course, diehard fans still haven’t gotten used to it or the fact that the reboot will be a completely new origin story.
Disney has released a new cast photo from their upcoming Marvel film, and Marvel has also decided to unleash promo art for Avengers: Age of Ultron, featuring Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, the titular villain with a mysterious looking weapon, a Hulk vs Hulkbuster showdown, Thor standing over a fallen army of ultra bots, and all of the ensemble.
We’ve seen many fan-made versions of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer including Lego, Lens Flare and George Lucas-style recreation, but this fun sweded version is so outrageous and outgoing that’s damn cool.
The first trailer was finally discovered online for the suspense-thriller Everly, directed by Joe Lynch (Knights of Badassdom) and starring the Mexican bombshell Salma Hayek as a prostitute-turned-informant.
In anticipation of the Ant-Man trailer debut, check out new promo art with Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man and the movie’s villain, Yellowjacket, played by Corey Stoll.
The first trailer for Marvel’s “Phase Two” finale is already rated PG and has a running time of 1:48. It’s okay, I guess.
Update: The Interview scored more than $15M in online rentals and sales between Wednesday, when it was released, and Saturday. Well played Sony.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies stayed on the top of the box office again with $41.4M over Christmas weekend,