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 […]

Final Booksmart Red-Band Trailer Takes Two High Schoolers on One Filthy Ride

We have a brand new, final and absolutely NSFW trailer for Booksmart. This serves as Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut. The actress has made the decision to step behind the camera to bring us something that, in vague terms, has been referred to as the female version of Superbad. This trailer gives us our best look […]

Disney Takes Control Over Hulu in New Deal with Comcast

Disney just got a major leg up in the streaming game as they are now going to assume full control of Hulu. We had heard whispers and rumors over the last few weeks that talks were taking place between Disney and Comcast. When Disney purchased Fox, they took over a controlling stake in Hulu at […]

Horror Legend John Carpenter Takes Home Cannes’ Golden Coach Award

The French directors’ guild at Cannes presented horror legend John Carpenter with the Golden Coach award. 71-year old Carpenter changed the world of cinema with his work in the horror and action genres, starting with 1976’s Assault on Precinct 13 and then 1978’s original Halloween, which changed the horror genre forever. In addition to changing […]

The Lodge Trailer Takes Riley Keough for a Killer Vacation in the Mountains

A brand new trailer from The Lodge is here. This is one of those horror movies that is sort of building up some momentum, or at least it appears to be, in the same way that movies like Hereditary have in recent years. Debut at a major film festival (in this case Sundance) to rave […]

Ben Affleck Takes on Ghost Army for Universal

Ghost Army is moving forward at Universal Pictures with Ben Affleck. The historical war drama was originally set up at Warner Bros. with Bradley Cooper attached. Now, the project is moving in a decidedly different direction. True Detective mastermind Nic Pizzolato has already written the screenplay which will be based on the book ‘The Ghost […]

Endgame Poster Promises to Do Whatever It Takes to Win

One of the latest Avengers: Endgame posters proves Earth’s Mightiest Heroes are going to do whatever it takes to win as they take on Thanos again. It was done by artist Eileen Steinbach and it features the original six Avengers along with their dusted counterparts, but in a very interesting and unique way. Bruce Banner, […]

Wesley Snipes Takes on Villain Role in Casino Heist Thriller Payline

Wesley Snipes is set to star in and produce a new heist thriller titled Payline, which will not only see the actor return to the screen as a villain for the first time in more than two decades, but the movie will also be made using entirely renewable energy. This movie also comes with a […]

Stuber Trailer Takes Dave Bautista & Kumail Nanjiani on a Wild Ride

Your Stuber trailer has arrived! 20th Century Fox has released the debut trailer and official poster for the upcoming action-comedy film Stuber. The film stars Kumail Nanjiani, Dave Bautista, Iko Uwais, Natalie Morales, Betty Gilpin, Jimmy Tatro, Mira Sorvino and Karen Gillan. When a mild-mannered Uber driver named Stu (Kumail Nanjiani) picks up a passenger (Dave Bautista) who turns out to […]

Dave Bautista Takes the Lead in Killer’s Game

It looks like Dave Bautista will star in the long awaited Killer’s Game. The movie is based on the book of the same name, which was written by Jay Bonansinga and first published in 1997. The book received praise upon its release and a movie deal was pretty much inevitable. Talks of a big screen […]