Film News: 'Top Gun: Maverick', 'Terminator', 'Triplets' and 'The Grudge'
Three 80's cinematic gems vying for 21st century relevancy and one reboot of another reboot. What can go wrong? — If you've been keeping tabs on our ever-evolving Top Gun updates, you know that Paramount has officially green lit the sequel that will feature the return of Cruise's Lieutenant Pete Mitchell along with a host of promising Naval academy pilots including Nick "Goose" (Anthony Edwards) and Carole Bradshaw's (Meg Ryan) now All-American son, Wrigley. His call sign,"Riot".
'Happy Death Day' Sequel Eyeing May Production Date
Surprise! Blumhouse Productions is moving forward with a sequel to 2017’s slasher hit Happy Death Day! — News out of the Geek Vibes Nation's camp (h/t Bloody Disgusting!) reports the sequel to Blumhouse Productions Happy Death Day was spotted earlier this week on Production Weekly's roundup under the working title "Foe Paw." According to the roundup, Death Day's writer/director Christopher Landon and producer Jason Blum (Blumhouse Productions) are confirmed to return, and filming will commence May 14 in New Orleans.
'Die Hard: Year One' taps 'The Conjuring' screenwriting duo
Brace yourselves Die Hard faithful. Die Hard: Year One appears closer to becoming a reality. — The Tracking Board reports 20th Century Fox has tapped The Conjuring screenwriting duo, Chad and Carey Hayes to rewrite the script for Len Wiseman's sixth Die Hard installment. You may recognize the work of the Brother's Hayes having written a few studio genres such as Jaume Collet-Serra's House of Wax remake, The Reaping, and Kate Beckinsale's 2009 thriller Whiteout.
'Love, Simon' Review
“Love, Simon” is based on the 2015 YA novel Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. 20th Century Fox, the studio distributing the film, is declaring this film the first-ever mainstream rom-com with a gay teen protagonist.
Rob Zombie's 'The Devils Rejects' sequel '3 From Hell' begins production
Hard to believe it’s been 13 years since we saw the last of the Firefly clan in Rob Zombie’s wondrously gritty shootout in The Devil’s Rejects...or did we?
'Tomb Raider' Review
As I was watching the new “Tomb Raider”, which is based on the Lara Croft video games, and, of course, is a reboot of the ‘01 & ‘03 films starring Angelina Jolie, I couldn’t help but think that this is the kind of movie normally released in the summertime, not in mid-March.