After last months big.. well, moderate reveal that Universal were planning the Van Helsing reboot no-one was asking about, more information has surfaced – Tom Cruise has been confirmed to both star and produce the project, working alongside producers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci.
Jim Carrey has withdrawn from Dumb And Dumber To, the sequel to 1994 buddy comedy Dumb And Dumber, basically dooming the whole project to fizzle out.
If you're from across the pond, or just a fan of Americana, and you're looking for a way of celebrating Independence Day, why not head to the Prince Charles Cinema for the London premier of quirky black comedy God Bless America?
The World's Finest duo will see their first big screen crossover in the most unlikely of places, as Batman and Superman are cast in the upcoming Lego movie.
When you're rebooting a hugely successful comic book title, directed by a fan favourite you're asking for trouble. To then add the word 'amazing' to the title is truly tempting fate. Luckily for web-heads and film fans alike, Marc Webb doesn't drop the ball creating an engaging, exciting and just about distinct enough retelling of Spider-Man's origin story.
There are few sub-genres more tiresome than found footage horror. While Paranormal Activity and The Blair Witch Project before it breathed new life into your conventional spook stories, this fad has now become the mainstream with no-one seemingly capable of doing anything fresh or unique with the concept. V/H/S, however, intends to do otherwise in being a found footage horror film about found footage horror films.
The Exorcist and The French Connection director William Friedkin is a man who was at the forefront of ‘New Hollywood Cinema’. Now, he returns to the big screen for the first time in six years with Killer Joe telling the shocking, funny and perverse story of a twisted Texan family.
A few more details have been revealed about the plot of Kick Ass 2. We have reported that Chloe Moretz, Aaron Johnson and Christopher Mintz-Plasse are all returning, and that writer Mark Millar is full square behind the project, but these are the first reasonably reliable hints as to the direction that Jeff Wadlow is going to take the franchise (for a franchise it very well could be).
A mortifyingly awful new trailer has surfaced for the forthcoming big screen debut of comedian Leigh Francis, in character as irritating fool Keith Lemon, in Keith Lemon: The Film.