I Know What You Did Last Seventeen Years Ago was a big hit when it first arrived in 1997 during Kevin Williamson's golden age where he wrote scripts for films like Scream and The Faculty. And as such, it did well enough to ge...more
Now that Avengers: Age of Ultron has wrapped principal photography, hopefully little tidbits will peer out now and then until its release next year. As it's the only Marvel film for awhile, I'm sure we're going to be talking ...more
Looks like a girl, but she's a flame. As Flixist's resident Young Adult book advisor, I love me some Hunger Games (and will always exploit Alicia Keys' once hit single) and I'm glad the newest trailer finally shows off how d...more
It'd be incredibly risky to take a dark tone with a big superhero franchise, but that might be the perfect kick in the pants for The Amazing Spider-Man. And what better character to do it than Venom? After The Amazing Spider-...more
While I didn't like Iron Man 3 completely, I did appreciate its brave choices (such as the conclusion of Tony Stark's 4 movie arc). While I suspect the finale to be undone by Avengers: Age of Ultron next year, I hoped that Ma...more
Although we'll never get a proper release here in the states, I can't stop covering the Rurouni Kenshin films. After seeing the first one, I read through the manga it's based off of and I can't wait to see it in action someh...more
After finally picking Rupert Saunders (Snow White and the Huntsman) to direct earlier this year, it seems things are finally picking up for the studio adaptation of Masamune Shirow's popular Ghost in the Shell manga. This new...more
""Kneel at his feet or get crushed by his boot." My honor to become.. #BlackAdam #TheAntiHero #DCComics"
With less than 140 characters on Twitter, Dwayne Johnson has finally revealed his role in the forthcoming Shazam fi...more
Are you excited for Gone Girl? You should be. If you're not perhaps these still images will help. Probably not though as the only thing they show off is David Fincher's well known subdued color palette and nothing about the intriguing plot that follows a husband accused of murdering his wife.
Still, pictures are pretty to look at when we won't get the actual thing until October 3. more
Casting in Hollywood has always been predominantly White. You can argue about certain stars or certain roles, but that's the cold, hard truth. Regardless of the film, the leads have always been a certain race, and in a perfec...more
Jon Stewart, most known as the guy who got stabbed in the eye in The Faculty and the guy weird bangs in Death to Smoochy (also for hosting The Daily Show, I guess), is ready to showcase his directorial debut, Rosewater, base...more