Netflix is all over the San Diego Comic-Con this year, showing off all of their new shows we will all talk about in the coming months. Netflix shared a new trailer for the Will Smith series, Bright, that is all kinds of crazy.
What if Orcs, Elves, Humans, and Fairies have been around since the beginning of time? What happens if two cops from two very different backgrounds must work together to save the fate of the world? That is the premise for the upcoming Netflix original series, Bright. It stars Will Smith and Joel Edgerton, and debuts in December.
Father and son Smith play father and son Raige in M. Night Shyamalan’s sci-fi tale of survival on an abandoned and hostile future Earth. Smith movies are generally pretty good, and M. Night has, in the distant past, made good movies too. Is this a match made in the stars? (Spoilers: Not really)
The big Smith and Smith film has opened in the United States of America, and we want to know what you think! A crash landing leaves Kitai Raige and his father Cypher stranded on Earth, 1,000 years after events forced humanity’s escape. With Cypher injured, Kitai must embark on a perilous journey to signal for help. Did you see After Earth? Use the comment section below to share your thoughts on the movie, and let us know if this is a must see, or a must avoid film.
Are you ready for another Will Smith music video extolling the virtues of being an undercover agent working to protect the planet from forces outside the solar system?Â It looks like Sony pictures is moving ahead with a third installment of the popular Men in Black franchise with Barry Sonnenfeld returning to direct the new movie.Â The Hollywood Reporter has pegged Etan Cohen, of Tropic Thunder fame, to write the picture, but as of this writing, no deals have been finalized. The addition of Cohen, who is said to be deep into his draft, signifies theÂ studioâ€™s intention to continue
The Will Smith superhero movie, Hancock,Â is indeed headed back to the big screen, and Columbia Pictures has hired Adam Fierro and Glen Mazzara to write the sequel. Plot details are being kept under wraps, though the scribes will work with Smith and director Peter Berg to build on the world hinted at in the first movie. While the first Hancock movie took 12 year to get to theaters, the sequel is being put on the fast track, so expect it to fly into theaters sooner than you might think. via THR
Kyle Baker posted this image of Isaiah Bradley from Baker and Morales’Â Truth: Red, White & Black series.Â Baker tagged the image with “For an upcoming Marvel gig”.Â Could this be the answer to the big secret of Reborn #1 and Captain America #600 that has everyone in a twitter lately?Â There has been a lot of speculation about a black Captain America since the first star-on-black-background image was pushed out from the House of Ideas a couple of months ago. The speculators have further claimed the July 13 early release date is also going to tie into the announcement
The Brain Trusts in H’wood are at it again announcing a remake to the most awesome Karate Kid movie from 1984.Â Now I love’s me the original movie, as I try convince the wife we need to watch it at least once a year (I think I have a secret Elizabeth Shue in a tight sweater complex).Â I was okay withÂ The Next Karate Kid as it wasn’t a remake of the original, and featured hottie Hillary Swank in a tight sweater. But remaking the classic Ralph Macchio/Pat Morita film just because the Brain Trusts can come up with an
This week, on a very special Invincible… What a world of difference a couple of years make.Â Back in the day, youâ€™d open up a copy of Invincible and see bashing and smashing, intrigue, and teenager trying to live a normal life with super powers.Â But our Mark Greyson has grown up, and as he comes into his own, heâ€™s got to face a lot of adult situations.Â Situations like premarital sex, a sibling that needs an intervention, and domestic violence.Â Heady topics, indeed.
Seriously, when Christopher Nolan hasn’t even signed to direct the third film, and while no announcements have been made about Warner even greenlighting another Batman movie, did you really think the reports about Philip Seymour Hoffman playing the Penguin were true? Really? Really? This is one of those silly rumors that have been around for a many years, and it took a quick interview with Hoffman to put it to rest. â€œNo one has talked to me about it ever â€” never,â€ replied Hoffman. â€œIt happened, like, five years ago, too. It was a rumor back then and itâ€™s still
Hellboy II: The Golden Army came out on the top of the heap this weekend, bringing in an estimated $35.9 million at the box office.Â I went to check the movie out on Friday, and while it was a very good movie, I still like the first Hellboy flick better.Â The acting was great, the makeup and special effects superb, but for some reason Hellboy II felt a whole lot like the first Men in Black movie.Â I think it had something to do with the background gags and music. Speaking of Will Smith, Hancock slipped 47% from last week,