Unless they are keeping a massive secret from fans attending Comic Con in San Diego this weekend, Disney and Lucasfilm will not be unveiling a new trailer for J. J. Abrams' STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS during the Hall H presentation on Friday. In fact, if Entertainment Weekly and their sources are correct, there will be no new footage of any kind on display at SDCC.
A weekend long schedule of panels
Some new names have joined the cast of Paul Feig's GHOSTBUSTERS and they should at least make those on the fans a little more interested in the remake of Ivan Reitman's classic movie. The Wrap reports that Andy Garcia, Michael K. Williams, Cecily Strong, and Matt Walsh will all appear in the film which is currently in production.
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Most of the time, folks in Hollywood defend their films, even when they are critical and commercial failures. Johnny Depp defended both TRANSCENDENCE and THE LONE RANGER while Taylor Kitsch has defended JOHN CARTER. Sometimes these movies enter and exit the zeitgeist and you don't give them a second thought until someone chimes in with their opinion.
Director Antoine Fuqua (THE EQUALIZER, TRAINING DAY) is applying his directorial stylings to the boxing drama, SOUTHPAW, and it looks like the fit will be an apt one, especially coupled with these actors in tow. Folks were a little upset that Jake Gyllenhaal wasn't thrown a nomination for his performance in NIGHTCRAWLER, but SOUTHPAW looks like a higher profile project that might just garner him a
I’ll admit it: I was one of those women that saw “Magic Mike XXL” the night it came out with a friend, and our expectations weren’t that high. The movie could’ve been played on mute for all we cared — Channing Tatum and friends didn’t disappoint. (I felt like Porky Pig during the final dance scene -- biddee biddee biddee!) What did surprise me, however, was that “Magic Mike XXL” lays bare some very real fears.