If you were thinking the upcoming The Mummy movie was going to be just another rehash of The Mummy franchise starring Brendan Fraser, guess again. Universal Pictures is reviving their Universal Monsters franchise with a teaser for the upcoming Tom Cruise flick.
Legendary Pictures has announced that the World of Warcraft movie will officially arrive in theaters on June 16, 2016.
Universal Pictures has released a new trailer for Jurassic World, and you can check it out right here!
A few weeks ago on Finally Friday, I predicted we would hear more about the Locke & Key movie at the San Diego Comic Con. With the announcement that a writer has been tapped to write the screenplay, this looks like another prediction that is coming to pass.
Press Release Never before has a theme park created a guest experience like this: you climb aboard the Hogwarts Express in Hogsmeade and moments later arrive at King’s Cross Station – where the wonders of London and Diagon Alley unfold before you. And it is all real.
Legendary Pictures confirmed that it was working on a World of Warcraft movie during the San Diego Comic Con, and though we’ve heard a few rumblings about casting, the movie studio has been relatively tight-lipped on everything else. Late yesterday, Legendary Pictures announced a December release date for the flick.
With less than a month before Kick-Ass 2 hits theaters a larger trailer was due out for SDCC. Most of the cast returns and we’re adding Jim Carrey and John Leguizamo to the cast. The trailer is after the jump and do be careful as it does become a bit NSFW when the villain shows up.
Press Release Marking their third project together, LAIKA and Focus Features, the two companies behind the current Academy Award-nominated animated feature ParaNorman, announced today that LAIKA has begun production on The Boxtrolls. The new movie will be released nationwide by Focus on October 17th, 2014. Focus CEO James Schamus and LAIKA President & CEO Travis Knight made the announcement today.
Press Release Working Title Films and Big Talk Productions have commenced filming on The World’s End, the third installment of Edgar Wright’s trilogy of comedies, following the successes Shaun of the Dead (2004) and Hot Fuzz (2007). The new movie is filming in the U.K. As with the first two movies in the trilogy, Universal Pictures International (UPI) will distribute The World’s End internationally and Focus Features will distribute it in North America.