We’re gonna be calling a whole new team of Ghostbusters this summer, as Paul Feig‘s reboot has Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones strapping on those proton packs for the very first time. But before we get there, perhaps you’d like to take a minute to look back at the old Ghostbusters team.
Fathom Events has announced the original Ghostbusters will be coming back to theaters for a special engagement in June. And if you’ll be in or around Brooklyn next month, you’re really in luck, as BBQ Films is hosting an immersive Ghostbusters screening experience inside a recreation of the Ghostbusters headquarters. Read More »
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Posted on Monday, April 25th, 2016 by Angie Han
Riding high off the recent success of The Jungle Book, Disney has gone ahead and locked in four more release dates through 2019. Two of those will go to live-action fairy tales — which, combined with earlier announcements about Disney’s release dates, brings the total of live-action fairy tales on the studio’s slate to six. And to help you figure out which ones might go where, the studio has also released official details on several live-action projects currently in development. Read More »
Warner Bros. has just set release dates for the update of Stephen King‘s iconic horror thriller It and the big screen adaptation of the NBC series CHiPs. Both projects have been in development for the past couple years, and now the studio is finally ready to give them a spot on their release calendar in 2017.
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Posted on Friday, April 22nd, 2016 by Angie Han
It seems like every few weeks we hear an announcement about yet another superhero movie getting added to the release calendar, but today’s news is about taking one off of it. Marvel has pulled Inhumans off its 2019 slate, confirming Kevin Feige‘s recent admission that the picture would probably get delayed.
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Warner Bros Pictures has announced that Blade Runner 2 will be released earlier than expected. The sequel was set to hit theaters on January 12th 2018 but will now hit the big screen on October 6th 2017. Learn more about the Blade Runner sequel release date change, after the jump.
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Posted on Wednesday, April 13th, 2016 by Angie Han
After the jump:
- Underworld 5 gets a new title and a new logo.
- Nut Job 2 makes off with a summer 2017 release date.
- Tom Cruise promises more crazy stunts in Mission: Impossible 6.
- No, Indiana Jones 5 is not a prequel, and no, we aren’t getting a new Indy.
- Neighbors 2 took inspiration from an unlikely source.
- Vin Diesel sings with a gospel choir on the set of xXx 3.
- Robert Carlyle (a.k.a. Begbie) teases Trainspotting 2.
- Andrew Stanton drops some hints about The Incredibles 2.
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Posted on Monday, April 11th, 2016 by Angie Han
After many, many years of rumors, Marvel officially announced an Inhumans movie in 2014, set to open in 2018. At the time, the film was positioned as the final standalone before Avengers: Infinity War – Part 2 capped off Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2019. But although the idea of the Inhumans was introduced a bit earlier than we expected — they’ve been a plot point in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. since season 2 — the Inhumans movie has been delayed to 2019. And now it’s getting pushed back again.
While Marvel Studios has yet to announce a new release date for Inhumans, president Kevin Feige has admitted it’s likely to get postponed, blaming Disney’s continually shifting release schedule. Read his comments on the Inhumans delayed release date below. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, April 6th, 2016 by Jacob Hall
All eyes are on Warner Bros. right now and not necessarily for the reasons they want. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has made a ton of cash, but that 69% drop between the first and second weekends has everyone (including people who normally don’t pay attention to box office news) talking. The still new DC movie universe isn’t on fire yet, but it’s definitely singed. The studio is well-aware that they’re in a precarious position and need to carefully consider what they do next.
And something is definitely going on behind the scenes. Warner Bros. has announced a slew of changes to their schedule, including new release dates for Wonder Woman, Jungle Book: Origins, and two untitled DC superhero movies.
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Everybody loves a clown, so why don’t you? Well, probably because the movies have taught us that clowns tend to be insane murderers at best and child-devouring supernatural entities at worst. Anyone willing to put on a red nose and a wig, cinema says, is someone you should not trust.
But hey, at least they make pretty solid fodder for horror movies and it’s starting to look like 2016 will be a banner year for the “evil clowns kill a bunch of people” subgenre. 31 and Clown, both about evil circus folk and both represented by noteworthy filmmakers, have landed release dates. Nightmares do come true!
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