Robin Williams’ last film released its trailer, and it feels good, sad, hopeful, and depressing all at the same time. This film will forever have a second meaning.


Denis Villeneuve takes directorial control in this new thriller starring Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin, and Benicio del Toro. The film tackles the escalating war on drugs, and in the land of the lawless, makes a person question what’s right and wrong. No release date is available at this time.

X-Men: Apocalypse


Channing Tatum has confirmed in a Reddit AMA that Gambit will NOT make an appearance in the next X-Men film, much to the dismay of many hopeful fans. Apocalypse is set for a May 27th, 2016 release, and Tatum’s standalone Gambit will be released on October 7th, 2016.  Via Reddit.



Warner Bros. has been searching for a director, and they may have found one in Eli Roth as he takes on an entirely new type of film. The plot is based off the book MEG: A Novel of Deep Terror by Steve Alten, and revolves around Jonas Taylor, the sole survivor of a vicious shark attack who becomes obsessed with finding a thought-to-be non-existent Carcharoden Megalodon. Via Variety.



Not one, but two Kick-Ass films may be on their way in the form of a prequel and a sequel. According to director Matthew Vaugh, the prequel may revolve around how Hit Girl and Big Daddy become their respective personae. After that would come Kick-Ass 3, following up 2013’s Kick-Ass 2, which received mediocre reviews. Via Yahoo Movies.



The upcoming female-led Ghostbusters film has released its synopsis, and it goes a little something like this: The movie will be centered on two characters played by Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthey who pen a book explaining that ghosts actually exist. Initial release of the book is a major letdown, and eventually leads to Wiig losing her job at Columbia University. It’s at this point in her life that she and McCarthey team up with Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones to form the newly aligned Ghostbusters. Another plus to this news was that fans can expect a re-emergence of hungry hungry Slimer. Via The Boston Herald.


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