It’s only been a few weeks since production started for Sony Pictures’ “Jumanji 2”, and we’ve already been introduced to Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and the main cast members. Continue reading
At this year’s San Diego Comic Con, we got our first glimpse of ‘Justice League’ heroes Cyborg and The Flash in their all new costumes. But it looks as though Cyborg was almost sporting a very different look. Continue reading
Tim Burton is a wizard of odd. The best of his films take us into a world where anything is possible … but the impossible is even better.Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, based on Ransom Rigg’s 2011 young-adult novel, is so crowded with incident that it sometimes seems in danger of imploding. Continue reading
You don’t realise how good Pixar are until you see other animated films. Not that Robinson Crusoe is bad or anything like it – it’s certainly better than Pixar’s Cars 2 – but there’s definitely something amiss here. It took me a while to figure it out.
This October, Jack Reacher returns for another kickass adventure.
This time around, Tom Cruise’s Reacher resurfaces to help out an old friend, played by Cobie Smulders, after she’s been falsely accused of murder and in the process, unravels an entirely new conspiracy along with what could be a family.
Disney movies have made us laugh and smile, but they’ve also sometimes scared the crap out of us and made us sob like babies. From Bambi’s mom to RIP Mufasa, here are 15 times Disney disturbed us.
Movie review: Tika Sumpter and Parker Sawyers are believable as the future first lady and president at the beginning of their romance. Continue reading
Tom Hanks is all messed up in Inferno featurette
Sony Pictures has revealed a new featurette for the Ron Howard-directed Inferno, which marks the return of Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon. Learn more about the mystery of Cerca Trova below!
Assembling a cast that doesn’t pale in comparison to the original The Magnificent Seven‘s ensemble must not have been easy. We’re still waiting to see how Antoine Fuqua‘s remake of John Sturges‘ western compares to the original, but The Equalizer director certainly put together a cast that inspires promise. Whether they match the charm of the original cast doesn’t really matter, because even if they come halfway to capturing the magic the original cast had, then we’re in for a treat. Continue reading
“We’ve signed Jackie Chan and Johnny Knoxville to star; our work is done,” said apparently everyone involved in the unintelligible action comedy“Skiptrace.” The trouble is, pairing two guys who have been amusing individually in the past doesn’t guarantee that they’ll be amusing together. Continue reading