Monthly Archives: October 2015
Apparently this year’s gender swap was the smoothest shade of the actual rebooting trend in Hollywood, and therefore I wish you happy all-female paradigm!
The Playlist reported and Entertainment Weekly confirmed that Sandra Bullock (Our Brand Is Crisis) will lead a gender-swapped Ocean’s Eleven reboot with Gary Ross (The Hunger Games) directing and George Clooney helping produce it.
The Power Rangers reboot has found the final of the five main Ranger actors, Lionsgate/Saban have announced via the film’s official Twitter and Instagram accounts.
Singer, songwriter, rapper and actress Becky Gomez has joined the 2017 action film, rumored to be titled Saban’s Power Rangers, as the Yellow Ranger.
Possible Spoilers Ahead: JoBlo today reports that Warner Bros. wants to use 1988’s “A Death in the Family” and 2005’s “Under the Hood” as the basis for the upcoming Ben Affleck-starring solo Batman movie.
Universal Pictures has unveiled the new trailer for By the Sea, director Angelina Jolie‘s sophomore effort, starring her and Brad Pitt.
Uh, Jolie’s take on a 70s adult drama is one of those kind of movies with nods to filmmakers like Luchino Visconti, Michelangelo Antonioni and Roberto Rossellini.
Sony Pictures has released the first red-band trailer for the spy action comedy The Brothers Grimsby, starring Brits Sacha Baron Cohen and Mark Strong as two very different brothers who must team up and go on the run.
Cohen of course stars as idiotic football hooligan,
Miramax and Broad Green Pictures will co-finance and co-produce Billy Bob Thornton‘s long-gestating Bad Santa sequel. Thornton will reprise his role as mall Santa/curmudgeonly conman Willie Soke.
Geyer Kosinski (“Fargo”) will produce Bad Santa 2, but no-one has been named director of the follow-up in Miramax and Broad Green’s press release.
A full length trailer for Takashi Miike’s new horror film Over Your Dead Body is here and it looks like this is going to one bloody experience with a supernatural twist.
The trailer provides relatively few details, but this haunting, graphic and gruesome horror is reportedly a modern take on the Yotsuya Kaidan ghost story, which originated as a kabuki play in 1825.