When fans hear the word "reshoots" they tend to get nervous, assuming that means the film was bad in some major way and needed a big fix. Sure, that's been known to happen but usually a reshoot is for the little things. And it's the little things that can make a great film as J.J. Abrams learned after showing director Ava DuVernay an early cut of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Surprise! Director James Gunn has just debuted our first poster and first look for the Marvel sequel, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
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We delve into the inception of Swiss Army Man from its earliest stage at the Sundance Film Festival where the directing duo got to meet and get advice from film legend Quentin Tarantino.
How they ended up casting Harry Potter versus Spike Jonze and if we'll ever see a Swiss Army Man sequel?
Swiss Army Man is available on Blu-ray/DVD and VOD this very minute! So what are doing still reading this? Go out and rent the flick or hell take our word for it and just get it on Amazon Prime.
Yes, the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) is owned by Disney, but its power perhaps has never been felt so much as name-dropping Doctor Strange in the middle of General Hospital.
Disney and Lucasfilm have released new character posters of the cast of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story today but we've also got some new information about Jyn and Felicity Jones.
Recently Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 director James Gunn has dropped notes on Facebook regarding the Spider-Man: Homecoming casting controversy and to give updates on the status of Groot in the Guardians sequel. This week he wrote on his Facebook page once again with a Guardians-themed post that actually said a lot more.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made a big announcement at the start of the year that he was starting work on an artificial intelligence to operate his home. Much like Iron Man's J.A.R.V.I.S. you might say. Well he's getting to the point where he needs a voice and Marvel's Robert Downey Jr. is offering up a few suggestions.
Miss Hokusai, the next project from anime studio Production I.G — the makers of Ghost in the Shell — brings to the big screen the works of an artist you may not know by name, though you likely would recognize his work: Katsushika Hokusai, 19th century Japanese painter and printmaker known for his depictions of courtesans, kabuki, and the iconic image of waves surrounding Mount Fuji.