Monthly Archives: January 2016
20th Century Fox has already done a huge marketing push for the R-rated superhero adventure Deadpool, which arrives in theaters two weeks from now. However, the studio plans another TV spot to run during this year’s Super Bowl and has released an actual clip from its highly-anticipated superhero movie.
Check out the debut trailer for Emiliano Rocha Minter’s first feature film, We Are the Flesh.
The post-apocalypse horror fantasy will world premiere February 2nd at the Rotterdam Fest’s Bright Future section, with The Revenant director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu and Carlos Reygadas (Silent Light) taking a “present” credit.
Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow revealed at the Sundance Film Festival that the ninth episode in the Star Wars saga will be shot on film and not digital.
“I could never shoot Star Wars on anything but [film] because it’s a period film: It happened a long time ago!”
If you’re a fan of big Hollywood movies about cats, EuropaCorp has release the first trailer for Nine Lives, starring Kevin Spacey as a cat.
The Barry Sonnenfeld’s latest comedy had the same release date as Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele’s action comedy Keanu, April 29th, but now it’s been pushed to August 5th.
Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures have released another brand new, full-length trailer for their fifth fully-animated feature film The Secret Life of Pets and it looks like a lot of fun.
This time based on the original idea about what your pets do when you leave for work every day, it could potentially be the studio’s next big franchise.
Paramount Pictures has lined up offbeat comedy helmer Jared Hess (Napoleon Dynamite) to write and direct NickToons, which would combine all the classic characters from Nickelodeon shows like Rugrats, Ren & Stimpy and more into one film.
Clive Owen spends some bonding time with his son in The Confirmation, the upcoming comedy movie written and directed by Bob Nelson and co-starring St. Vincent‘s young actor Jaeden Lieberher, along with Maria Bello, Matthew Modine, Patton Oswalt, Robert Forster, Stephen Tobolowsky and Tim Blake Nelson.