LeBron James rebooting 'Friday the 13th'

LeBron James rebooting 'Friday the 13th'

LeBron James is about to join Team Camp Crystal Lake. — They say money can’t buy happiness. But when your net worth is $400 million and your name happens to be LeBron James, it’s fair to say - what the King wants, the King gets - especially as it relates to his love affair with Friday the 13th.

'Halloween' Review
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'Halloween' Review

I’m a big fan of movies that allow an actor to step back into the role of an iconic character he/she played decades earlier. Recently “Creed” and “Blade Runner 2049” gave Sylvester Stallone and Harrison Ford the opportunities to reflect on Rocky Balboa and Rick Deckard, respectively, and provide new depth to those characters.

'Wildlife' Review
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'Wildlife' Review

“Wildlife” marks the directorial debut of actor Paul Dano, best known for his roles in “Little Miss Sunshine”, “Prisoners” and “Love & Mercy”. He also co-wrote this screenplay with longtime partner Zoe Kazan (“Ruby Sparks”) – based on the 1990 novel by Richard Ford.

HBO's 'Deadwood' Movie Begins Production

HBO's 'Deadwood' Movie Begins Production

The latest Deadwood updates are courtesy of "Gem Saloon’s" finest right-hand man. — I am happy to report David Milch’s Deadwood film has officially begun production! Thanks to W. Earl Brown, we have proof that HBO's long-awaited full length feature is on schedule and kicked off principal photography back on October 5. The announcement came via Brown's Instagram on the Burbank set captioned:

'Wrong Turn' Reboot in the Works

'Wrong Turn' Reboot in the Works

Add Wrong Turn to the never ending-list of prequels, sequels, ‘requels’, reboots, and remakes! — As franchises are want to do these days, the braintrusts have decided it’s time to “re-interpret” Wrong Turn’s fictional story featuring backwoods cannibals who prey on unsuspecting travelers.

'First Man' Review
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'First Man' Review

At only 33, director Damien Chazelle already has three great movies on his resume. And they are three very different, distinct films. First was the heart-pounding two-character showdown drama (“Whiplash”). Then came the dynamic, full-blown romantic musical (“La La Land”). His latest is the most “conventional” of the three. Yet, it’s still bold and wildly inventive: a biopic of the central figure of one of the most iconic events in world history.

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