Did Jurassic World 3 Already Begin Shooting in Secret?

Some evidence suggests that Jurassic World 3 may have, rather sneakily, already started filming, at least in part, earlier this year. If not the next entry in the movie franchise, some dinosaur shenanigans appear to have been going on, but what might they be? We’re here to try and figure that out. Though, for now, […]

Why Dana Carvey Originally Quit Wayne’s World Weeks Before Shooting

Wayne’s World was nearly a very different movie. Dana Carvey says that he actually quit a few weeks before production was set to begin. The comedian plays Garth Algar in the movie alongside his Saturday Night Live co-star Mike Myers, who plays Wayne Campbell. The comedy was a huge success and built off of the […]

Endgame May Not Beat Avatar Worldwide Box Office Record After All

Avengers: Endgame has been decimating the box office since hitting theaters late last month. The Marvel Studios project has already beaten several records and has made an unprecedented amount of money in a short amount of time, but the earnings are starting to slow down quite a bit. From the get-go, it has been speculated […]

Crazy Commando Deleted Scene Had Schwarzenegger Killing a Bad Guy with His Own Arm

Arnold Schwarzenegger had the best idea for Commando. The actor dropped the Terminator: Dark Fate trailer on social media this morning, which resulted in an impromptu Q&A with fans. Schwarzenegger has been in the news quite a bit lately with the release of the new Terminator movie on the horizon and his recent attack in […]

Is The Suicide Squad a Sequel or Reboot? James Gunn Won’t Say Yet

James Gunn isn’t prepared to tell us if The Suicide Squad is a reboot or not, but he may have a very good reason for that. The filmmaker hopped from the Marvel to the DC train after being fired from his gig directing Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, a gig that he has since […]

Hellboy Reboot Dies at the Box Office with Disastrous $21.9M Run

Remember that big, fancy R-rated Hellboy reboot that came out last month? If not, nobody would blame you for categorizing that as an afterthought, given the tepid response. Case in point, it’s already out of theaters and it has officially ended its run at the domestic box office with absolutely disastrous results. Even when factoring […]

Tarantino Bites Back at Reporter as Once Upon a Time Reignites Gender Debate

Quentin Tarantino’s attitude changed during the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Cannes press conference. The director was all smiles and excited to talk about his latest project, only to slightly lose his temper when asked about Margot Robbie’s limited dialogue in the movie. Robbie portrays the late Sharon Tate in the movie, which also […]

Stallone’s New Rocky Idea Takes on Immigration & Deportation

Sylvester Stallone already has ideas to keep the Rocky franchise moving forward. The actor recently retired from the Rocky Balboa role after two very successful Creed movies, but he may have to return at least one more time to introduce a new undocumented immigrant boxer, according to a new interview with the actor. Stallone is […]

When I’m Gone, He’s Gone

Harrison Ford is Indiana Jones and he wants us to remember that. The actor was recently asked about someone else picking up the mantle and he had some pretty blunt words about the subject. Ford isn’t the biggest fan of doing interviews, but he has no problem saying exactly what he means or making the […]

Booksmart Review #2: Olivia Wilde Delivers Greatness

Olivia Wilde delivers greatness in her directorial debut. Booksmart is a teen coming-of-age comedy destined to be a classic. It has the requisite partying, raunchiness, and humor of the genre. But takes the mantle from horny, brainless boys, and gives it to equally horny, intellectually enlightened girls. Stars Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever take likeability […]