Barbershop 2

MGM’s Barbershop franchise is opening up again. Also after the jump:

  • Chris Pratt is enthusiastically prepping for Jurassic World
  • The final installment of Atlas Shrugged sets a release date
  • Find out what was shown from Minions at Cinema Con
  • A Haunted House 2 poster references Insidious Chapter 2
  • Lifetime’s Flowers in the Attic sequel drops a couple of images
  • The latest Rio 2 trailer pays homage to Gloria Gaynor
  • Watch a cute clip from How to Train Your Dragon 2
  • George R.R. Martin posts an excerpt from his next book

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Charlie Day and Jennifer Aniston in Horrible Bosses

If the first ninety or so 300: Rise of an Empire posters didn’t draw you in, maybe this one will change your mind. (It won’t.) Also after the jump:

  • Open Road has another Nut Job planned for 2016
  • Jennifer Aniston has just four scenes in Horrible Bosses 2
  • Rosario Dawson is definitely coming back for Clerks III
  • Tyra Banks promises a Life-Size sequel in 2014 or 2015
  • Peter Farrelly wants Dumb and Dumber To out earlier
  • Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt? gets a new cast

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Firefly

Joss Whedon‘s Serenity finally gets a sequel, but it’s not a movie. Also after the jump:

  • Atlas Shrugged: Part III turns to Kickstarter
  • Independence Day might not become a trilogy
  • Top Gun 2 is still happening, says Jerry Bruckheimer
  • Goon 2 could shoot next year, with some luck
  • Weep over this sad moment from Fast & Furious 7
  • Meanwhile, Vin Diesel has a video message for fans

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Atlas Shrugged

That third Atlas Shrugged you didn’t ask for is on the way. Also after the jump:

  • Who wants to be an extra in Captain America?
  • Lorenzo di Bonaventura talks up Red 2 and Jack Ryan
  • Here’s what Al Pacino will look like in Despicable Me 2
  • Check out another new Star Trek Into Darkness image
  • Kick-Ass 2 reveals some kick-ass character posters
  • G.I. Joe: Retaliation gets an action-packed featurette

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Next time someone talks about how critics don’t matter (it’s bound to happen with the summer movie wave encroaching) just point to Atlas Shrugged: Part I. The miserable-looking partial adaptation of Ayn Rand‘s massive novel has taken in a paltry few million in the past two weeks, with a near-50% drop-off between weekends.

Now producer John Aglialoro, who spent years trying to make the film, says he might abandon his plans to continue the adaption with two more movies. And while there’s a part of me that wants to accept the overwhelming commercial power of the movie critic, in this case I have to wonder if Atlas Shrugged wasn’t actually done in by the fact of being a lousy movie. Read More »

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