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Arnie Talks More “Terminator,” “Conan,” “Twins”

After sitting out 'Salvation,' Arnold Schwarzenegger returned to the "Terminator" fold with with the atrociously received "Terminator Genisys" which, though making $400 million worldwide, pretty much put the franchise on ice. Then came the news that the series would be...

Bardem Confirms “Frankenstein” Film Talks

Universal is building out its own cinematic universe of classic monsters starting with this Summer's "The Mummy" and leading into numerous other projects including "Bride of Frankenstein," "The Invisible Man" and "The Wolf Man". One of the rumored projects in...

Romero Plans NASCAR Zombie Movie

Horror legend George A. Romero has announced plans for "Road of the Dead," a new NASCAR-esque zombie movie in the works that will be shopped at the Fantasia International Film Festival market this July. Romero co-wrote the script with Matt...

Cassian & K-2SO Get A Comic Prequel

Following in the wake of the announcement of a new "Star Wars" comic mini-series about Mace Windu, Marvel Entertainment has unveiled a new one-off comic in the works about "Rogue One" characters Cassian & K-2SO. Set to take place prior...

Pattinson, Scorsese, Hogg Take A “Souvenir”

Robert Pattinson is set to team with director Joanna Hogg ("Archipelago") for her next film "The Souvenir" which Martin Scorsese is set to executive produce. Tom Burke, Ariane Labed and Richard Ayoade are also set to star in the 1980s...

Jessica Chastain Is “Seducing Ingrid Bergman”

Jessica Chastain will both produce and play legendary Oscar-winning Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman in the period piece "Seducing Ingrid Bergman". The story follows Bergman's romance with Robert Capa, a photojournalist famed for his images of combat. The picture is...

A “Mamma Mia” Sequel To Hit Next Year

Nearly ten years after the release of the first film, a sequel to the 2008 musical "Mamma Mia! The Movie" is in the works at Universal Pictures. "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" writer Ol Parker will pen the film titled...

Classic Spidey Theme Appears In “Homecoming”?

Famed "The Incredibles" and "Star Trek" composer Michael Giacchino has posted a short video from a scoring session for the upcoming "Spider-Man: Homecoming". The clip sees the orchestra involved playing a familiar tune, one that will hopefully show up at...

“Event Horizon” Director’s Cut Has Been Lost

Arguably the best film Paul W.S. Anderson has made to date, 1997's sci-fi horror tale "Event Horizon" remains an extremely gory and somewhat underrated work. The film as essentially "Hellraiser" with a sci-fi bent and boasted some excellent...

New “Wonder Woman” Photos & TV Spot

Warner Bros. Pictures has released a new TV spot and dozens of new photos from the highly-anticipated "Wonder Woman" film. The promo material comes the day after social media reaction from critics for the film was excellent, but full reviews...

Annapurna Boards Western “Sister’s Brothers”

Annapurna has been set to produce and co-finance "Dheepan" director Jacques Audiard's new noir western film "The Sister’s Brothers" starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Joaquin Phoenix. John C. Reilly and Riz Ahmed co-star in this adaptation of Patrick deWitt's novel of...

Tom Hardy Signs On To Play “Venom”

Sony Pictures has announced that Academy Award-nominated actor Tom Hardy has signed on for the lead role in "Venom". First appearing in the "Spider-Man" comic book series as an alien costume worn by Peter Parker, the creature ultimately left Peter...

New Posters For “The Dark Tower”

Two new character posters have been released for the upcoming film adaptation of Stephen King's "The Dark Tower". The film's stars Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey are front and center on the one sheets, the pair releasing the posters...

David Ayer To Helm The “Scarface” Remake

"Suicide Squad" and "End of Watch" director David Ayer is set to replace Antoine Fuqua as director on the "Scarface" remake at Universal Pictures. Ayer penned the script for Fuqua's breakout film "Training Day," so the hiring is a welcome...

International Teaser Trailer: “Borg/McEnroe”

Ascot Elite has released the first teaser trailer for the real-life sports drama "Borg/McEnroe" starring Sverrir Gudnason and Shia LaBeouf as famed tennis rivals Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe. Primarily the film will focus on the legendary duel between the...

Strong “Okja” Reviews Despite Screening Blunders

The first screening of "Snowpiercer" director Bong Joon ho's new film "Okja" was already controversial even before it began. In the weeks leading up to, and certainly in the first few days of the Cannes Film Festival, the Netflix original...

“The Mummy” Headed For $40 Million Opening

Early tracking figures indicate Universal Pictures' "The Mummy" reboot is headed towards a projected $40 million-plus opening weekend in North America. That's a quite modest start for the Tom Cruise-led tentpole, though the film is expected to fare much better...

Scribe Talks Third “Cloverfield,” “Kombat” Reboot

At the very beginning of last year, Paramount Pictures surprised everyone with the trailer for "10 Cloverfield Lane," a spiritual sequel to the 2008 found footage horror film. It was a surprise as the links were only thematic in nature...

Mantis Creator Not Happy With “Guardians”

One of the most well-received elements of James Gunn's recently released "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" was the introduction of Mantis (played by Pom Klementieff). However there was one person who wasn't a fan, the character's creator Steve Englehart...

Tom Holland Has Pitched Spider-Man’s Future

People seemed very happy with Tom Holland's performance as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in "Captain America: Civil War," so much so that his first solo outing in the role in the upcoming "Spider-Man: Homecoming" is already looking like a hit. That's good...

“Wonder Woman” First Reactions Are Superb

First social media reactions to a movie, especially from either film festival crowds or from people attending press junkets, are always to be taken with caution. Said reactions can, and often do, go overboard in spouting praise much...

Angela Bassett Joins “Mission: Impossible 6”

Angela Bassett is set to join the cast of Christopher McQuarrie's currently in production sixth film in the "Mission: Impossible" franchise. Bassett will take on the role of the director of the CIA in the film, a role...

First Photo: Amber Heard In “Aquaman”

Director James Wan has revealed a first photo of Amber Heard in full Mera costume for the upcoming "Aquaman" solo film which is currently in production on Australia's Gold Coast. Jason Momoa stars in the title role alongside Mera, Willem...

News Bits: Gunther, Old, Goosebumps, Allon, End

Why We're Killing Gunther The first photo is out showing Arnold Schwarzenegger in Taran Killam's directorial debut "Why We're Killing Gunther," an action comedy about a group of assassins trying to kill the titular man (Schwarzenegger). Trouble is, he...

Dance, Hawkins Set For “Godzilla” Sequel

"Game of Thrones" star Charles Dance has closed the deal to join Michael Dougherty's "Godzilla: King Of The Monsters" at Legendary and Warner Bros. Pictures. Sally Hawkins has also signed on to reprise her role of Dr Vivienne Graham from...

Chris Cornell’s Death Ruled A Suicide

In a statement by the Wayne County Medical Examiner’s Office, Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell's death has been ruled a suicide by hanging. The statement, released on the office's Facebook page, says: "The Medical Examiner has completed the autopsy on 52-year-old...

“How To Talk To Girls At Parties” First Peek

Author Neil Gaiman has offered a first look at footage from "How To Talk To Girls At Parties," the John Cameron Mitchell-directed feature based on Gaiman's 'punk alien love story' novella. Set at the birth of the punk movement, the...

Mace Windu Gets His Own Comic Book Series

Announced on the "Star Wars" official site this morning, Marvel Comics is set to give Samuel L. Jackson's prequel character Mace Windu his own comic mini-series. The five-part series will be set in the earliest days of the Clone Wars,...

“Fate of the Furious” Home Video Details

Universal Pictures Home Entertainment have announced a June 27th Digital HD and a July 11th 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand release for the recent worldwide smash hit "The Fate of the Furious". The newest installment of the...

NEON Scores Harmony Korine’s “Beach Bum”

NEON and VICE have pre-bought U.S. rights to Harmony Korine's upcoming irreverent comedy feature "The Beach Bum" starring Matthew McConaughey. The story follows the hilarious misadventures of Moondog (McConaughey), a rebellious and lovable rogue who lives life large. Korine...

The First “Twin Peaks” Ratings Are In

“Game of Thrones” S7 Won’t Dawdle

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“The Leopard” To Become A TV Series