Warner Bros. released a new trailer for it’s upcoming live-adaptation of the classic Peter Pan character. The film looks to be a prequel of sorts, as Peter Pan learns of a prophecy that he turns out to fulfill. We even get a look at an incredibly large croc that presumably takes Captain Hooks’ hand. The film is set for an October 9th release.
Jennifer Lawrence, Robert De Niro, and Bradley Cooper team up again with the director of American Hustle and Silver Linings Playbook in this upcoming film that surrounds a family over four generations. Culminating into the woman who creates a business dynasty and lives in an unforgiving world as friends become enemies, and the internal dreams she’s never achieved. The film is set for release on December, 25th.
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
Well, the moment so many of you have been waiting for is finally here where I can tell you that it’s zombie killing season for the Jovovich-Anderson clan! Here I am getting my face cast made for “resident evil: the final chapter”!! I leave to South Africa tomorrow to start prepping for the movie! #residentevilmovie #ladiary
Milla Jovovich broke the news on her Instagram that filming for the sixth film is about to begin in South Africa. Paul W.S. Anderson is set to write and direct the film, and it’s rumored that the film will also see the return of Wentworth Miller, Sienna Guillory, Spencer Locke, Johann Urb, Shawn Roberts, and Li Bingbing. The film is scheduled for a September 2016 release. Via Latino-Review.
Cody Walker (the brother to the late Paul Walker) has secured his first significant role in a feature film, landing a major supporting role in USS Indianapolis. The film stars Nicolas Cage as Captain Charles McVay, whose crew was delivering parts for the atom bomb Little Boy that would eventually be dropped on Hiroshima. On their journey, they’re struck by a torpedo and McVay and his crew struggle to survive. Walker is set to play a soldier struggling to survive. Via Deadline.
Amazon has officially stated that Spike Lee’s Chi-raq will be their first original movie under Amazon Studios. The film takes a look at inner city violence in Chicago, and will star Nick Cannon, Wesley Snipes, Jennifer Hudson, Angela Bassett, Tayonah Parris, John Cusack, and Samuel L. Jackson. The film has already wrapped shooting, though a release date has not been announced at this time.
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