Adam Driver Steering Towards Star Wars Villain Role

by Alex Beanon February 27, 2014
It appears to be all but a done deal for Adam Driver [“Girls”] to play a Darth Vader-like villains in the upcoming “Star Wars: Episode VII”. Driver has been reported to have worked out scheduling issues with the HBO series that will allow him to play the villain role in the much-anticipated movie. While many […]

Pixels Set To Invade In 2016

by Alex Beanon February 27, 2014
Based on the short film of the same name by Patrick Jean, “Pixels”, is moving forward for a feature film release in two years. Kevin James and Josh Gad are expected to star in the film about a pair of 1980s video game heroes who must save the planet when iconic characters from those video […]


Be Prepared For Goosebumps In 2016

by Alex Beanon February 27, 2014
“Goosebumps”, the popular horror-fantasy series of the 1990s from author R.L. Stine, is set to debut as a feature film in two years. Jack Black has been announced for the role of Stine in the feature film version. “Goosebumps” is currently scheduled for a release date of March 23, 2016.

Sandman May Be Coming

by Alex Beanon February 27, 2014
Warner Bros has moved ahead with a writer [Jack Thorne] to pen a script for “Sandman”, based on the Neil Gaiman comic focusing on Morpheus, the personification of dreams who has escaped and will try to reconstruct his fantasy kingdom. Joseph Gordon-Levitt has been set to produce and is expected to star as the lead […]


New Godzilla Trailer Released

by Alex Beanon February 25, 2014
Godzilla is on its way to destroy humanity once again – this time on May 16, 2014, so humanity has time to prepare – and here is the new trailer to prove it….

“Frozen” Composers on Internationalizing Music; Idina Menzel Profiled by NY Times

by Ed Liuon February 25, 2014
The Hollywood Reporter has spoken with Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, composers for Disney’s Frozen, about the challenges of internationalizing the score for the film. The pair discuss working with Disney Character Voices International senior vp creative Rick Dempsey, noting specific linguistic usages that were avoided to make translation easier, and details other instances where […]


“The Croods” Directors on Exploring Family Dynamics and the Sequel

by Ed Liuon February 25, 2014
The Hollywood Reporter has spoken with Kirk De Micco and Chris Sanders, co-directors of DreamWorks Animation Studios SKG’s The Croods, which is one of five films contending for the Best Animated Feature Academy Award this weekend. Among other topics, the two discuss how they approached family dynamics as the central hinge point for the entire […]


Thor Battles Loki Again In The Dark World Released On Blu-ray And DVD

by Alex Beanon February 24, 2014
Thor and Loki are at it again as “Thor: The Dark World” is set to be released for Blu-ray, 3D Blu-ray and DVD. Special features include a Marvel-produced short – “All Hail The King” – a gag reel and deleted scenes on the Blu-ray edition. “Thor: A Dark World” is currently scheduled to be released […]

Seyfried Steps In For Kunis In Ted 2

by Alex Beanon February 24, 2014
Mila Kunis played the girlfriend-turned-wife of Mark Wahlberg in the live action/CGI hit “Ted” but film creator Seth MacFarlane has other plans this time around as Amanda Seyfried has been announced as the lead for the sequel “Ted 2”, with Kunis – who provides the voice for Meg on MacFarlane’s “Family Guy” television hit show […]