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Julia Roberts To Play A “Framed” Mom

Julia Roberts is attached to play Kelli Peters in the true crime film "Framed" based on Peters' and Sam Rule’s book: "I'll Get You: Drugs, Lies, and the Terrorizing of a PTA Mom." Peters' life was nearly destroyed after being...

The Russos On Marvel “Civil War” Death

Marvel's Kevin Feige and Joe and Anthony Russo turned up at a 'for your consideration' awards screening event for "Captain America: Civil War" yesterday and revealed that during the film's development they did have discussions about possibly killing off...

Mara Giving Up On “Dragon Tattoo” Sequel

Sony has shown it is in now hurry to adapt the subsequent novels in Stieg Larsson's Millennium series which began with "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo". The cold fact is David Fincher's U.S. film adaptation of the...

“Jumanji” Gets More Actors & Set Videos

Alex Wolff ("The Naked Brothers Band"), Ser'Darius Blain, Madison Iseman and Morgan Turner have joined the cast of the high-profile "Jumanji" sequel at Sony Pictures. The project is being dubbed a continuation of the Robin Williams-led 1995 film adaptation of...

Disney Apologises For Inappropriate Moana Costume

Disney has pulled its Polynesian demigod Maui costume from physical and online stores in the wake of a PR kerfuffle over the outfit a little over a month before Halloween and two months before the film's release. The costume...

“Spider-Man” Shifts Production To New York

Filming on Sony and Marvel's "Spider-Man: Homecoming," starring Tom Holland as Peter Parker, has been based out of Pinewood Studios in Atlanta for a few months now with the odd dash of filming around the streets of the Georgian...

Hedlund, Whitaker, Wilkinson Join “Burden”

Garrett Hedlund has scored the title role and will be joined by Forest Whitaker, Tom Wilkinson and Usher Raymond in Andrew Heckler's long-gestating drama "Burden" at The Firm. Unspired by true events, Hedlund plays Mike Burden, an orphan raised...

NYFF Trailer Teases “Lost City,” “Women”

With the Venice, Telluride and Toronto Film Festival review deluge now over, there's a bit of a breather this weekend. Fantastic Fest is underway sure, but the next big place to see the year's biggest films is the...

Weaving Now Open To Red Skull Return

In numerous interviews over the past few years, actor Hugo Weaving was made it pretty cleat that he had no interest in reprising his role of the villain Red Skull from 2011's "Captain America: The First Avenger" in future...

New Line Picks Up “Fruit Ninja” Movie

New Line has scored the film rights to the mobile game app "Fruit Ninja" which they plan to turn into a live-action family comedy feature. The popular game centers around ninjas with an inexplicable vendetta against produce, and is the...

“Transformers” In Trouble For Nazi Iconography

Just a day or so after a featurette about Britain's loneliest dog getting work on the set of Michael Bay's "Transformers: The Last Knight" gave the production a big PR boost, it has unfortunately lost some of that good...

Gyllenhaal, Mulligan Set For Dano’s “Wildlife”

Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan are attached to star in actor Paul Dano's directorial debut effort "Wildlife" for June Pictures and Nine Stories. Based on the Richard Ford novel, the story follows a boy who witnesses his parents' marriage falling...

Bernthal To Film More Punisher Scenes Imminently

Following his success in the role during the second season of "Marvel's Daredevil" on Netflix earlier this year, former "The Walking Dead" actor Jon Bernthal is reprising the character of Frank Castle/The Punisher in his own spin-off series which...

“Doctor Strange” Scores Two Empire Covers

Empire Magazine has released two exclusive cover artworks for their latest issue featuring Marvel's "Doctor Strange". Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Benedict Wong and Tilda Swinton make the cover of the issue. The feature story explains that the film...

“Magnificent Seven” Scores $1.75M In Previews

Sony and MGM's remake of the 1960 classic western "The Magnificent Seven" had its Thursday night previews last night ahead of its general release today with the movie pulling in $1.75 million in those sneak peeks. This would put it...

“Rings,” “Friday the 13th” Reboot Delayed Again

Two long delayed Paramount horror projects designed to resuscitate their respective franchises have been delayed yet again. First up, Paramount has delayed its already completed "Rings," the third film in "The Ring" series, by three months from October 28th to...

“Equalizer 2, “Pacific Rim 2” Shooting Updates

Two upcoming high profile sequels have just set filming dates. First up, "The Magnificent Seven" producer Todd Black has confirmed that shooting on the sequel to Antoine Fuqua and Denzel Washington's "The Equalizer" reboot has set a start date with...

Han Solo Gets A Lenser As “Rebels” Drop Clips

Bradford Young, the cinematographer on such films as "Selma," "A Most Violent Year," "Middle of Nowhere" and the upcoming sci-fi film "Arrival," has scored a new job - taking on that role on Phil Lord and Chris Miller's young...

Bill Hader Is Alpha 5 In “Power Rangers” Reboot

SNL and "Trainwreck" comedian Bill Hader is set to take on the role of the robot Alpha 5 in the upcoming "Power Rangers" reboot which wrapped production the other month. The character is an ally who works for Zordon (Bryan...

Casting: Goggins, Darby, Cage, Wayans

Keeping It Real Walton Goggins has been set to star in the dark comedy series "Keeping It Real" at Showtime and CBS TV Studios. Charles Randolph ("The Big Short") created the series which has Nat Faxon and Jim Rash...

David Lynch: Cable TV Is “The New Arthouse”

Try as they might, even the most ardent of cinephiles can't ignore the impact of television anymore. As production values have increased, episode counts have shrunk and risks are taken, top talent from the film world is flocking...

Young Males Want More R-Rated Movies

From being a major Warner Bros. Pictures executive to a producer on the "Transformers," "G.I. Joe" and "RED" franchises, Lorenzo di Bonaventura is a man who knows how to get behind films that consistently make money. In a...

“John Wick” Sequel To Have Twice The Action

Following the first poster release yesterday and the announcement of a New York Comic Con panel for the film, director Chad Stahelski has spoken with Collider about the upcoming "John Wick Chapter 2," the sequel to 2014's cult action...

Lonely Dog Joins Hopkins On “Transformers” Set

While some might say filmmaker Michael Bay is more than familiar with making dogs, it looks like he's now into casting them too in the new "Transformers: The Last Knight". A new featurette is out for the action...

Stephen King’s “It” Film Wraps Shooting

Filming has now wrapped on the R-rated film adaptation of Stephen King's novel "IT" and to celebrate the milestone, a new photo has gone up of a Pennywise Jack-in-the-Box owned by Producer Barbara Muschietti. Whether it will figure...

Wahlberg, Russell Team On Another Project

Following their collaborations on the likes of "Three Kings" and "The Fighter," actor Mark Wahlberg and filmmaker David O. Russell are looking to team up again for a film about Father Stuart Long. Doing a Facebook chat with his fans...

Gillan Explains Her Skimpy “Jumanji” Outfit

Following the debut of the first photo from the "Jumanji" reboot the other day, numerous eyebrows were raised regarding Karen Gillan's rather skimpy outfit. At the time, Dwayne Johnson said "Our dope 90's vintage costumes will all make...

First Concept Art From Duncan Jones’ “Mute”

Filmmaker Duncan Jones ("Source Code," "Warcraft") has posted the first piece of concept art for his next film, the sci-fi thriller "Mute," which begins production next week. Paul Rudd, Alexander Skarsgard and Sam Rockwell are are set...

Warner CEO: DC Movies “Could Be Better”

Never admit your mistakes, especially in front of stockholders. It's an old custom in Hollywood and business in general, saying something wrong breeds nervousness and sends stock prices falling so a positive outlook is always the go even...

“Monster Trucks” Gets A $115m Writedown

Seemingly every year there's famous examples of films of a major blockbuster failing at the box-office and taking a steep writedown at the studio that created it. The failures of films such as "Pan," "John Carter," "Blackhat," "Seventh...

Julia Roberts To Play A “Framed” Mom

The Russos On Marvel “Civil War” Death

Mara Giving Up On “Dragon Tattoo” Sequel

“Jumanji” Gets More Actors & Set Videos

Disney Apologises For Inappropriate Moana Costume

“Spider-Man” Shifts Production To New York

Vergara & Parsons Are TV’s Highest Paid Actors

Hedlund, Whitaker, Wilkinson Join “Burden”

NYFF Trailer Teases “Lost City,” “Women”

First Trailer: Amazon’s “Good Girls Revolt”

Weaving Now Open To Red Skull Return

“The Flash” Gets An Extended S3 Trailer

New Line Picks Up “Fruit Ninja” Movie

“Watch Dogs 2” Gets A Story Trailer

Green-Band Trailer: “Bad Santa 2”

Bernthal To Film More Punisher Scenes Imminently

“Doctor Strange” Scores Two Empire Covers

“Magnificent Seven” Scores $1.75M In Previews