The director of Chronicle and the upcoming Fantastic Four reboot, Josh Trank has been attached to a Star Wars spinoff for some time, but Lucasfilm announced yesterday he is out.
Author: Zach Woolf
Lot of movie news came out this week from Joker to Perry to LEGO Spider-Man, but a few stories may not have been picked up by your radar. Let’s fix that.
Last week there was no Zach on Film because Zach was out drooling over cameras in Las Vegas at the National Association of Broadcasters Convention. This week is all about what was shown out in the desert!
The trees are blooming, bears are coming out of hibernation, allergies are wrecking lives and films studios are about to make a whole lot of money! We take a look at the blockbuster films coming out this summer!
Do your eyes deceive you?! NO! Zach is finally back to play Hearthstone!
Another big week of announcements, including Batman V Superman trailers, Deadpool ratings, Godzilla directors and more! No more time to waste, let’s get to it!
This week, we continue the conversation about celebrities and crowdfunding with Ashley V. Robinson, who brings her “righteous LA rage” into the discussion!
So much movie news comes out every week we don’t often have time to catch all of it, but that is what weekends are for! Here is your Saturday Rewind.
Brought on by the $2 million campaign to make Super Troopers 2, we discuss if celebrities should be looking to fans to help create their next film, what Broken Lizard gets right with their rewards, and what the future may hold.
Many had expected this move by Marvel, but now it is official: Joe and Anthony Russo will be directing Avengers: Infinity Wars Parts 1 and 2.
Sunday started off with a bang with the release of the title, trailer, and poster for the next installment in the Mission: Impossible series, Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation.
This week’s episode is an interview with David B. Weaver, the mind behind Davey B. Gravey’s Tiny Cinema. What is the Tiny Cinema? You are going to have to listen and, trust me, you want to.
Ready for a new Adam Sandler/ Kevin James comedy? What if it features classic video game characters? Check out the first trailer for Pixels.
We have seen the first image of Jason Momoa as Aquaman for the upcoming installments of the DC Film Universe, but it seems as if the actor is quite over not being cast for Drax by Marvel.