You might not know, but “The Hobbit” is a special movie because of the way it was filmed. And that uniqueness will impact how you see it in theaters. Problem is, not many people are aware of what high frame rate is (I’ll explain it in a second) and how it will likely bug the heck out of you as you watch.
Han Solo is as important to the “Star Wars” saga as bread is to the sandwich. I often argue one of the reasons the prequel trilogy didn’t fare so well with fans is because it lacked a Solo-type character. Han Solo is just the absolute best scoundrel in the history of film. So, if Disney plans to make more movies involving the original trilogy’s Big 3, then they have to get Harrison Ford on board. According to an exclusive with Entertainment Weekly, Ford would be interested if the right stars align.
Collider just posted a jucy rumor about who could be directing the seventh episode of the “Star Wars” franchise: Matthew Vaughn, who also directed “X-Man: First Class,” “Stardust” and “Kick-Ass.”
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There’s a post-credits scene in “The Amazing Spider-Man” that goes like this:
It got Spidey fans talking, everyone chiming in about who they think the mystery man could be. Some claimed it was Normon Osborn, aka the Green Goblin. Others thought maybe Mysterio, since the character possibly used illusion or magic to appear and disappear. But some thought it could be Electro, one of the most awesome Spider-Man villains ever, because of the way lightning accompanied the mystery man’s entrance and exit.
Now, the idea of it being Electro just got a little injection of “maybe!” since Variety is reporting Jamie Foxx is in talks to portray the character in “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.”
Entertainment Weekly has a great exclusive with Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker in the original “Star Wars” trilogy) in which he comes clean that he and costar Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia) learned about the upcoming sequels last year. Hit the jump to read more.
When news broke yesterday that Disney was buying Lucasfilm and would continue with a sequel trilogy (episodes 7 through 9), I wondered: What in the heck will the movies be about? There are hundreds of novels and comic book stories to pull from, or even outright adapt, but turns out that’s not what’s going to happen. E! is reporting “Episode VII” will be an original story.
“V/H/S” is one of the best horror films I’ve seen in the last decade, and now it’s getting a sequel. The Hollywood Reporter has the exclusive, in which they say:
Gareth Evans, who directed The Raid, and Eduardo Sanchez, director of The Blair Witch Project and Lovely Molly, are co-writing and co-directing segments of a second installment of V/H/S, the hit horror anthology that had people fainting at the Sundance Film Festival.