The title to the ‘Wreck-It-Ralph’ sequel has been announced, and it turns out that it owes a debt of gratitude to none other than Kim Kardashian. For those of you that don’t know, the term “break the internet” was popularised with Kim Kardashian’s scantily clad 2014 cover story for Paper Magazine. It think it’s safe to assume that this is where the comparisons between Kim Kardashian and ‘Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It-Ralph 2’ will come to an end, though.
Tom Holland might have only made one appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Spider-Man so far, but he’s already got a clear idea of how the sequels to this summer’s ‘Homecoming’ will unfold. “I think that is the overall plan, I think the Harry Potter movies are a perfect example, they worked so well.
As a three time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has already dominated the racing track. “I would probably play myself,” Hamilton confessed. Lewis Hamilton made this admission to the Confidential On Nova radio show, via Metro, explaining, “My story is about coming from humble beginnings.
After winning two Academy Awards, it’s fair to say that Cate Blanchett has many admirers. Once I flew all the way to Australia just to talk to Cate Blanchett. As Val Kilmer later Tweeted that when he did so he was immediately impressed by just how “amazing” a person she was in real life.
Just famous enough: that might be Irish actor Ciarán Hinds. Along the way, Hinds has worked for Steven Spielberg (Munich), Paul Thomas Anderson (There Will Be Blood), Sam Mendes (Road To Perdition), Michael Mann (Miami Vice) and, most recently, Martin Scorsese (Silence).
What We Do in the Shadows (2014), like the films of Mel Brooks, has little interest in anything beyond amusing its audience. Written, directed by, and starring Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement (Flight of the Conchords), this is a mockumentary about a group of vampires living together in a flat in Wellington, New Zealand.
‘Ghost In The Shell’ star Scarlett Johansson has already confirmed her interest in a making a sequel to the live action anime adaptation ahead of its release on Friday, 31 March. Johansson, who plays Major in the film, told Yahoo Movies that she’s up for a second installment as long as director Rupert Sanders was involved again. “I would do another if Rupert [Sanders, director] would do another one, yes,” the 32-year-old star told us, “I could only do it with him.
Ben Wheatley’s cartoonishly violent Free Fire begins with such zest that it is all the more dispiriting how quickly it loses its way. It’s a movie set almost entirely in a single location – in the disused Massachusetts factory where some Irish mobsters meet up to buy weapons from some very shady arms dealers.
‘Ralph Breaks The Internet’, the sequel to 2012’s glorious ‘Wreck-It Ralph’, will arrive on March 9, 2018, it’s been confirmed by Disney. Better still, Rich Moore, who made the first film, along with the Oscar-winning ‘Zootropolis’, will be back at the helm.
Great stories come from times of conflict, confusion and fits of emotion, so it’s no surprise that movies about young people finding their way through life are so timelessly endearing.
Original Green Ranger Jason David Frank has revealed that he was kicked out of new ‘Power Rangers’ reboot’s recent Hollywood premiere and missed the film’s ending. Frank, who played Tommy in the classic 90s series, enjoys a cameo at the end of the film alongside original Pink Ranger Amy Jo Johnson. As he explains to The Hollywood Reporter: “I’m the guy in the movie theater who wanted to get a reaction shot of the audience reacting to Amy and me when our cameo appeared.
‘Life’, the ‘Alien’-inspired sci-fi thriller starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Reynolds, may get the sequel treatment, if its writers have anything to do with it. There are certainly doubts over ‘Life’s franchise potential, but wrtier Rhett Reese still has an idea about how the story could continue. At the end of the film, surviving astronauts David (Gyllenhaal) and Miranda (Rebecca Ferguson) try and fail to contain and destroy the alien beastie that’s killed their friends and trashed the International Space Station.
It’s not often we get to bring you news of a film being brought forward on the release calendar, let alone one being brought forward by six whole weeks, but that’s what’s happened to Edgar Wright’s latest film ‘Baby Driver’. The news follows positive reviews after the film’s premiere at the South By South West festival earlier in March. Sony announced the change of release date at CinemaCon on Monday (27 March), where it also screened the film’s opening six minutes.
Manganiello, who plays Hefty in the new animated adventure ‘Smurfs: The Lost Village’ (in cinemas 31 March), revealed to Yahoo that he used to collect and polish animal skulls as a kid. “When I was a kid I used to go on lots of hikes,” he told us, “I don’t know why I just thought of this, but I used to collect animal skulls in the wild.
The Guardians of the Galaxy made their proud introduction to the MCU with their 2014 feature film debut and, with a sequel now on the horizon, it’s inevitable that their mythology will be expanded upon somewhat in their upcoming outing. It’s only the Guardians’ fourth member, Yondu, which film fans will recognise.
Darlene Cates, known for playing the mother in “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape,” has died. She was 69. Cates’ daughter, Sheri Cates Morgan, announced in a Facebook post that her mother died “peacefully in her sleep” on Sunday morning. “We take comfort in knowing that she is no longer in pain and is in the arms... Read more »
For all Ben Wheatley’s successes, the director behind cult hits Kill List, Sightseers and last year’s JG Ballard adaptation High-Rise can pinpoint one moment above all others. “We had to take it to him and show it to him, which was terrifying.
Following this week’s new posters, Sony Pictures has unleashed a new trailer for ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ and it’s absolutely flipping amazing.
A billboard for the newest Smurfs film in a religious Israeli city has left many commentators in the Jewish state feeling blue. Promotional posters for “Smurfs: The Lost Village” were unveiled across Israel on Sunday, but in Bnei Brak, an ultra-Orthodox enclave just outside of Tel Aviv, the usual image of four blue humanoids had... Read more »
This is certainly the case in Polish filmmaker Michal Marczak’s Sundance award-winning “documentary” All These Sleepless Nights. The film follows two young art school friends Kris and Michal, both in their early twenties, in search of romance and adventure in night-time Warsaw. All These Sleepless Nights belongs to a genre of night-time movies which also includes such titles as Martin Scorsese’s After Hours (the giddy misadventures of an office worker in night time New York), Night On Earth (Jim Jarmusch’s portmanteau picture set inside taxis in different cities on late night journeys) and Ingmar Bergman’s Smiles Of A Summer Night (a barbed romantic comedy about lovers coming together and being pulled apart between dusk and dawn).
Sony Motion Picture Group chairman Tom Rothman has one message for those who think fans won’t be rushing to the theaters to see “Blade Runner 2049”: “Netflix, my ass.” The studio chief dropped the zinger while debuting new footage of the “Blade Runner” sequel to exhibition industry professionals at CinemaCon, with star Ryan Gosling on... Read more »
Iron Man 3 director Shane Black is rebooting the Predator movie franchise in 2018, so here's everything we know so far about the upcoming film The Predator, set to star Boyd Holbrook, Olivia Munn, and Thomas Jane.
Can Venom launch a cinematic universe? According to Collider, the folks at Sony have decided to take a leaf out of ‘Logan’s book, with the upcoming ‘Venom’ spin-off heading for a R-Rating. “We’re hearing that Sony is developing Venom not only as the film to launch their own Marvel Universe, but as an R-rated effort,” they revealed.
“Straight Outta Compton” star O’Shea Jackson Jr. is in negotiations to join Legendary’s “Godzilla: King of the Monsters.” The movie already stars “Stranger Things” stand-out Millie Bobby Brown, along with Kyle Chandler and Vera Farmiga. “Krampus” helmer Michael Dougherty is directing the project from a script he penned with Zach Shields. Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Bryan Cranston, Ken Watanabe,... Read more »