The next installment, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Tales,’ hits theaters May 26.
The festival will hold a moment of silence for the victims Tuesday afternoon and says, “This is yet another attack on culture, youth and joyfulness.”
The actor, who played 007 in seven films, died after a short battle with cancer.
The DC superhero team-up will be front and center during this week’s Las Vegas trade show.
Pinocchio: Academy Award-winning filmmaker Sam Mendes is in early talks to direct a live-action adaptation of Pinocchio for Disney. Chris Weitz (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) wrote the most recent version of the script, which is inspired by the animated classic, first released in 1940 (above), about a puppet who is transformed into a little boy. Mendes directed SPECTRE and Skyfall, the two most recent James Bond spy adventures. [Deadline] Untitled Buddy Movie: Rihanna (This Is the End, above left) and Lupita Nyong'o (Non-Stop, above right) are in talks to star in a movie to be directed by Ava DuVernay. Issa Rae, who created HBO's Insecure, is in talks to write the screenplay The idea for the untitled project, which is under development at Netflix, originated…
Once upon a time, Mel Brooks was a mighty force in comic cinema. Beginning with The Producers in 1967, he directed a string of very funny movies, reaching an early crescendo with Blazing Saddles and Young Frankenstein, both released in 1974. The movies that followed — Silent Movie, High Anxiety and History of the World: Part 1, may have been a step down in consistency and popularity, even though they were still hilarious. In 1987, he faced his toughest challenge yet, making fun of popular sci-fi movies (mostly the original Star Wars trilogy) in Spaceballs. The intentionally low-budget look and feel of the movie was, of course, part of the joke (watch the clip above), and Brooks was spot-on with much of the humor, which ridiculed the costumes, the portentous dialogue, silly…
Sir Roger Moore has passed away in Switzerland following a battle with cancer. He was 89 years old. Moore was the third actor to ever play James Bond, taking over from Sean Connery with 1973's Live and Let Die. He'd go on to star in a total of seven Bond films over the course of twelve years, giving him the record as the longest-serving Bond. He also happens to be the first Bond actor to have passed away. Born in 1927, Moore enjoyed quite a prolific life as a television star – most notably in The Saint – before signing on for Bond. After his spy era ended, Moore took a bit of a break from acting. He would go on to pop up in small roles here and there, often in ways that showed off his self-aware sense of humor (like Spice World), but largely spent his later years on…
After an uproar from parents over surprising graphic content, Steven Spielberg used his clout to create the PG-13 rating.
The ‘Designated Survivor’ producer saw revenue rise sharply, but took a writedown to end a deal with a film partner.
The festival will hold a moment of silence for the victims Tuesday afternoon and says “this is yet another attack on culture, youth and joyfulness.”
“For so many years, the show was only [gazing at] the women. This time, we’re definitely making it about the men too,” she told THR of the new take. “Payback, bitches!”
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture: Easter Eggs of the Day: Now that Alien: Covenant has opened and dominated the box office, here's Mr. Sunday Movies with all the Easter eggs and other references you might have missed: Movie Score Performance of the Day: Watch Spider-Man: Homecoming composer Michael Giacchino conduct a new version of a familiar theme song in this video shared on Twitter: Who's ready for your friendly neighborhood you-know-who?@SpiderManMovie @MarvelStudios pic.twitter.com/iSHk4IvVgk — Michael Giacchino (@m_giacchino) May 19, 2017 Casting Rendering of the Day: Speaking of Spider-Man, Tom Hardy has been cast as the new Venom, so BossLogic shows us…
The first ‘HASCON FANmily’ event will take place in Rhode Island this September.