It looks like we will be getting a sequel to Prometheus whether we want one or not. 20th Century Fox appears to have decided that due to the fact it made over $400 million worldwide, they can and will move forward with the sequel. According to Variety the ball is rolling.
Fans of Robert Rodriguez's ground breaking neo-noir anthology, Sin City, will be disappointed today as it is revealed that the long-awaited sequel, sub-titled A Dame to Kill For, has been delayed by a massive ten months; pushing it into a late summer release date in August 2014. Considering it has taken eight years to get this movie made, another ten months won't kill anyone.
We have a new trailer for Kick-Ass 2. It has added a couple of extra scenes involving Kick-Ass and Hit- Girl training to become bad-ass superheroes plus a look at the Motherfucker and his gang. One of the highlights is Jim Carrey as Colonel Stars & Stripes and his pet Pooch.
If you like your boys bad and your hairstyles fierce, you may be a little disappointed to hear that Marvel's premiere bad boy and hair model, Loki, will not be part of The Avengers 2.
To understand where Superman II goes wrong, you need to understand the circumstances behind making Superman II.
With The Purge grossing $36 million last weekend on a $3 million budget, was there any doubt there would be a sequel?
The first trailer for 300: Rise of an Empire, the sequel to Zack Snyder's 2006 smash hit, has landed on our shores and it is pretty spectacular.
The undeniable success of last year's dreadfully uneven horror anthology V/H/S meant that there was both room and an audience for a sequel (and beyond?) for those aspiring, established and even returning horror directors to have creative control in becoming part of a collaborative compendium.
I confess I haven't read the books, so based solely on the trailer for Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, my guesses have to be either everything in the world happens in this movie or nothing at all.
Another day, another batch of set-images from Captain America: The Winter Soldier. The other day we showed images of the titular Winter Soldier (played by Once Upon a Time's Sebastian Stan) fighting The First Avenger, and today it's Black Widow's turn.