There is always a thick layer of secrecy surrounding Christopher Nolan’s upcoming projects. However, we’ve just learned a few new things about his latest film. Warner Bros. announced Wednesday that production has already begun on Nolan’s new film, Tenet. The studio described the project as “an action epic evolving from the world of international espionage.”
It seems PlayStation will no longer be just for the players. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sony is launching a new PlayStation Productions, a new label which will focus on adapting PlayStation video games for film and television. The enterprise is being headed by Asad Qizilbash and overseen by Shawn Layden, president of Worldwide Studios.
On Thursday, Variety reported that Robert Pattinson, best known for his role as Edward the vampire in the Twilight films, was going to be our next big screen Batman. Later in the evening, Deadline reported that Pattinson was only the front-runner for the role, but that Warner Bros. was still heavily considering Nicolas Hoult for
Spyglass Media Group announced today its first project since launching back in March. According to Deadline, the production company is fast-tracking a re-imagining of Clive Barker’s 1987 body horror standard Hellraiser with David S. Goyer attached to write and produce. Clive Barker wrote and directed the original Hellraiser, which was based on Barker’s own novella
One of the most exciting and cathartic parts about a superhero movie is the inevitable climactic clash the protagonist has with the villain towards the end of the film. Avengers: Endgame hits theaters this weekend and is sure to provide eager moviegoers a fair share of highly-anticipated super-charged showdowns. It’s also the highly-anticipated (and hopefully
Coming off last year’s laughably shoddy The Nun, The Curse of La Llorona is certainly a welcomed step up for The Conjuring cinematic universe (check out my ranking of all six films here). However, that more speaks to just how godawful The Nun truly is and actually says very little about the quality of Curse.
The first teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker recently hit the internet. With it, not only did we learn the title for episode nine, but we also got a rather unexpected nod to the return of one Sheev Palpatine. As expected, the trailer was quickly followed by a thousand different fan theories
For every big Hollywood blockbuster that we see in theaters, there exists an alternate reality where a completely different vision of that film was realized or none at all. That’s because there are so many moving parts that need to come together in order for a film to successfully make it to the screen. Consequently,
*THE FOLLOWING POST CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR CAPTAIN MARVEL Captain Marvel landed in theaters this past weekend and in a big bad way. The film was received well critically and judging by the numbers, audiences seem to dig it too. And why not? It’s flashy, often exciting and consistently funny. It also boasts a couple big
Roll up the red carpet, the 91st annual Academy Awards have come and gone and that means we have a new batch of Oscar-winners to meticulously comb through and mercilessly scrutinize. Heading into the evening, Green Book and The Favourite boasted the most nominations with 10 each. BEST PICTURE Black Panther BlacKkKlansman Bohemian Rhapsody The