Amid a bit of Hollywood frenzy, Justin Theroux is a voice of reason.
Kevin Spacey released a new movie this weekend called Billionaire Boys Club and well, it didn't do great. All told the film netted about $126. No, not million, not thousand, just $126. Going with an average of $12 a ticket, that means about ten people saw this film in theaters. Who were these people? Was it the last remnants of the Kevin Spacey fan club? Ten people so desperate for air conditioning they hadn't the time to worry about sexual misconduct allegations? Was it Kevin Spacey himself?? Who can say. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film is going to have a tough time hitting the $1,000 mark this weekend. And that's if co-stars Ansel Elgort, Taron Egerton, and Emma Roberts go and
British films may struggle to receive future Oscar nominations because of plans to move the awards ceremony forward by two week
In recent years, with a multitude of satisfying portrayals of Marvel characters in movies and television shows, one might easily forget the critical and box office wreck of 2015's Fantastic Four was. Reports of drama during production last-minute reshoots plagued the film during editing, and director Josh Trank's maintained that he had made "a fantastic version" that would never be seen. The movie was outright rejected by audiences. It earned one of the lowest box office openings for a Marvel- based film, and received overwhelmingly negative reviews. Fantastic Four was unnecessarily gloomy for a superhero film and left it's talent including Black Panther's Michael B. Jordan, to play uninteresting
As "The Meg", a new sci-fi horror film about a giant shark, fills cinema screens worldwide, it's worth pausing to appreciate the animal behind the screams. Carcharocles megalodon (or just Megalodon) is one of the most impressive creatures ever to have existed on Earth. Huge, voracious, and beautifully mysterious, megalodons were the largest known sharks to ever exist. The species itself is only known from the fossil teeth it left behind, which can be as long as 18cm. These relics suggest an appetite for whales, and scientists have used them to estimate a body size of up to 17 metres. But despite their dying out at least 2.6m years ago, the primal fear such a massive creature inspires is very
The charming Lana Condor brings Lara Jean to life in Netflix's new romantic comedy, To All the Boys I've Loved Before.
Jason Blum is interested in trying to save Universal's Dark Universe. Cinematic universes are now what all studios hope to achieve after seeing the 10 years of success Marvel Studios has had with the MCU. Universal boldly proclaimed another cinematic universe was on the way that would bring together several classic monsters and figures. The Dark Universe was going to be kickstarted with the help of Tom Cruise in last year's The Mummy. The studio was confident enough that it was going to be a hit that they shared a photo confirming the involvement of several actors. Those plans are being completely reworked following the reception of The Mummy. Although it wound up performing admirably at the
Bruce Campbell talks about superhero movies, and how he feels bad for actors having to commit to multi-picture deals when signing up to play one on the big screen. There's no denying that superhero movies and franchises are the bread and butter of Hollywood at the moment. However despite their popularity, there are some people in the industry who have come out and expressed their concerns regarding the current climate of the movie-making business. Campbell is the latest to weigh in on the matter with his issues mainly regarding actors having to devote several years of their careers to playing one character over and over again. The Ash vs. Evil Dead actor is no stranger to the superhero genre.
Over the past decade, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has built an expansive set of films while raising the critical and commercial expectations for ongoing movie series. But extensive film franchises have been around for awhile, and several older series, like the film adaptations from J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth books, have received more positive critical acclaim on average than Marvel's. And some are only getting better as time goes on, like "Mission: Impossible," which reached its critical zenith with "Fallout." Stretching from the first James Bond film, 1962's "Dr. No;" to the latest MCU and "Star Wars" entries; this list we compiled from Metacritic data ranks prominent film franchises by
7. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (December 14) Plot Summary: Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, the creative minds behind The Lego Movie and 21 Jump Street, bring their unique talents to a fresh vision of a different Spider-Man Universe, with a groundbreaking visual style that's the first of its kind. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse introduces Brooklyn teen Miles Morales, and the limitless possibilities of the Spider-Verse, where more than one can wear the mask. The Breakdown: Animation and Spider-Man have always made for a great combination, but Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is taking things up a notch with its gorgeous comic book panel-inspired visuals. Equally exciting is the news