Paramount's 'Pet Sematary' Remake Begins Filming
As the proverb goes, 'if at first you don't succeed, try, try again' and that's exactly what Paramount intends to do nearly thirty years after '89's forgettable adaptation of Pet Sematary.
‘Wonder Woman 1984’ First Look: Diana Prince is back
She’s back folks... — Not that you needed a reminder but Diana Prince is back and our Amazonian goddess still looks fierce af. Did you expect any less?
Ewan McGregor cast as Danny Torrance in The Shining sequel ‘Doctor Sleep’
It’s time to officially get excited for Warner Bros. Doctor Sleep! — Variety reports Ewan McGregor has been cast to play the grown up version of Danny Torrance in Stephen King’s follow-up to The Shining.
The Incredibles 2
It feels like forever and even longer than 16 years but The Incredibles was in late 2004. At a time when Pixar Studios was being carved into what it was today, Incredibles was animation superhero film that was different with it dealt with the 1960's aspect, what being a family meant and coming from fame director Brad Bird, it's used a lot of his style. A film that did so much for Pixar in such a large amount. Incredibles 2 was long overdue.
'Incredibles 2' Review
At the Regal Cinemas “Incredibles 2” showing I attended (and it’s likely playing everywhere), right before the film began, writer/director Brad Bird, and stars Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter and Samuel L. Jackson appeared on screen and thanked all the fans for waiting patiently for the past 14 years (it’s been 13 and a half, but let’s round up – why not?) for this sequel. Jackson proclaimed, “Finally! Here it is!”
Exploring John Cassavetes: Shadows
The godfather of independent cinema and one of the titans of forwarding film as a means of artistic expression, John Cassavetes is a filmmaker, I'm sorry to say, I'm just now diving into. I have been intrigued by the way in which Cassavetes went about his art, acting in films as a means to finance his own and remain independent from the studio system and every creative restriction that brings. Working as few filmmakers have the chance to, Cassavetes was able to take as long as he wanted with each of his films, shooting, editing, and reshooting until he was fully satisfied with the final product. I suppose being involved continuously in another film project coupled with the intimidation to begin watching his work; it's taken me much longer embark on a journey through Cassavetes filmography than I would have liked. In October of last year, I unreservedly fell in love with Brain De Palma's 1978 film THE FURY, and as odd as that bridge is, that film is what pushed me into seeing, at long last, the work made by Cassavetes.