Extra Credit: Five Pam Grier Classics to Stream After ‘Proud Mary’
Still hungry for blaxploitation goodness after Taraji P. Henson’s new action rip-roarer ‘Proud Mary’? Feast your eyes.
And He’s Off: James Cameron Officically Commences Shooting on His ‘Avatar’ Sequels
James Cameron has finally started production on his four massive CGI-laden 3D blockbusters with a budget of $1 billion.
Morgan Freeman and Tommy Lee Jones Prank Each Other in ‘Just Getting Started’ Trailer
Morgan Freeman and Tommy Lee Jones play two retirees jockeying for supremacy in a old folks’ home.
‘Indiana Jones 5’ Screenwriter Promises Not to Bring Back Mutt
We’re in a post-Wally Brando diegesis now.
Warner Bros. Wants Leonardo DiCaprio For That Joker Origin Movie
The studio hopes Martin Scorsese can lure the former Wolf of Wall Street into the superhero world.
Hollywood Rallies Support for Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort
Sandra Bullock, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Kevin Hart are just a few of the celebrities opening their wallets to help their fellow human beings.
This ‘Stranger Things’ Pop-Up Bar Will Freak You Out
Through the end of September, fans of Netflix’s sci-fi/horror series can have a drink in the Upside Down.
Get a Glimpse of the Future in the New ‘Blade Runner’ Trailer
The international TV trailer offers a view new glimpses at Denis Villeneuve’s upcoming film.
Patty Jenkins in Final Negotiations of Record-Setting ‘Wonder Woman 2’ Contract
She‘s poised to land the biggest check a studio has ever written for a female director.
Lionsgate’s Making a Hunger Games and Twilight Theme Park
The movie studio has set plans for a Hunger Games/Twilight-themed amusement in South Korea.
AMC Is Not At All Pleased With the Recent MoviePass Price Slash
The theatrical chain believes that lower prices for tickets will be, somehow, bad for moviegoers.
‘Wonder Woman’ Home Video Release Will Include Unused Epilogue
Here in my home of New York, Wonder Woman still has multiple daily showtimes at multiple theaters around town, nearly two and a half months after its theatrical debut. And just yesterday, Warner Bros. announced that they would begin the film’s home-video rollout on August 29 with a Digital HD streaming option before releasing the Blu-ray and DVD on September 19. With theatrical screenings scheduled to continue until at least a week from today, that leaves an eleven-day window during which fans will have to live in a world where they can’t readily watch Wonder Woman at their leisure. It will be a brief dark age, but the specifics of the release suggest that devotees will find the wait worth it.