Monthly Archives: July 2016
Universal Pictures‘ Jason Bourne, starring Matt Damon, opened strong with an estimated $60 million from 4,026 theaters, one of the few franchise titles to come in ahead of its predecessor.
The fifth theatrical adaptation of Robert Ludlum’s book series earned the second-highest opening haul for a Bourne title,
Amazon Studios and Magnolia Pictures have unveiled the first U.S. trailer for Park Chan-wook‘s latest twisted tale, The Handmaiden, starring Kim Min-hee, Ha Jung-woo, Kim Tae-ri and Cho Jin-woong.
Joe Johnston‘s classic The Rocketeer, based on a 1980s comic book, is getting a reboot/sequel from Disney, FilmCutting has learned. But this time it’ll “be headlined by a black female character.”
Universal Pictures and Legendary Pictures have released the first trailer for Zhang Yimou‘s first English-language blockbuster, The Great Wall, which features an international cast lead by Matt Damon.
Lionsgate has unveiled the first official trailer for director Mel Gibson’s latest drama, Hacksaw Ridge, the true World War II tale which stars Andrew Garfield as an Army medic who refused to kill enemy troops during the Battle of Okinawa.
Momentum Pictures has revealed the first official trailer for a World War II drama Ithaca, the feature directorial debut of the rom-com queen Meg Ryan, who also stars in this.
The film reunites Ryan and her frequent collaborator Tom Hanks as the parents of a human messenger (Alex Neustaedter).
Universal Pictures has released the first trailer for Split, the latest film from M. Night Shyamalan.
The upcoming psychological supernatural thriller stars James McAvoy as a psychopath harboring 23 identities.