It’s finally here, folks. The first trailer for ‘Bombshell’ has arrived. As most of you know, the movie recounts stories from Fox News personnel and their interactions with Roger Ailes, leading up to his demise.
In the film, Charlize Theron plays Megyn Kelly, Margot Robbie plays producer Kayla Pospisil, and Nicole Kidman plays Gretchen Carlson.
Carlson actually sued Ailes for sexual harassment in 2016, which forced him to resign, and opened up the door for more women to step forward and share their sexual harassment claims against him.
The extremely talented John Lithgow will play Ailes in this film. Currently, the movie is scheduled to hit theaters December 20, 2019, which means they’re hoping to get some awards.
It’s been a few decades since we saw ‘Clue‘ hit the big screen. In 1985, Tim Curry, Christopher Lloyd and Eileen Brennan teamed up together to create a lovely comedy/mystery film based on the popular board game of the same name. The film didn’t perform that well at the box office, but it developed a cult following some years later. If you haven’t watched it yet, I’d suggest checking it out. If you don’t want to do it for me, do it for Ryan Reynolds.
The 41-year-old actor has reportedly signed a three-year first-look deal with Fox, and his first project from the new deal will be a live-action feature version of Clue.
According to the report, Deadpool writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick will write the project. The Hollywood Reporter provides us with more details:
“Reynolds will produce via his shingle, Maximum Effort, as will Allspark Pictures, the producing arm of Hasbro. Clue is the popular board game that has a murder-mystery premise: Players take on the characters, with monikers such as Professor Plum and Colonel Mustard, to find out who killed the victim, what weapon was used (lead pipe? gun?) and where in an English mansion the murder took place.”
In 2008, Universal tried to make a film version of the game, but their attempts were not successful. Let’s hope this one actually gets made. I have a feeling it would be something special.
After winning an Emmy this year for Outstanding Animated Series, Bob’s Burgers will be moving to the big screen, at least for a moment. 20th Century Fox announced today that the Fox comedy will release a feature film on July 17, 2020. That’s a fantastic summer release date, so it’s clear the studio has a lot of faith in this movie.
The series has been on Fox since 2011, and here lately it’s finally been receiving the attention it deserves. Show creator Loren Bouchard told the media that the entire Bob’s Burgers crew is thrilled to hit the big screen…
“We’re thrilled to be invited to bring Bob’s Burgers to the big screen. We know the movie has to scratch every itch the fans of the show have ever had, but it also has to work for all the good people who’ve never seen the show. We also know it has to fill every inch of the screen with the colors and the sounds and the ever so slightly greasy texture of the world of Bob’s. In other words, it has to be the best movie ever made. But no pressure, right?!”
It’s an interesting, but not exactly an unexpected move. Fox has done this in the past with The Simpsons, and they’re reportedly trying to get a Family Guy movie made.
If you’d like to catch up on Bob’s Burgers before the movie hits theaters, you can head over to Hulu and stream the seasons. The show left Netflix back in May of 2017.
Yeah, we know Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice had a pretty incredible opening weekend, but Deadpool is still breaking records at the box office and it opened over a month ago.
And when we say “still breaking records,” we don’t mean some obscure record that no one knows about like, “Highest grossing film featuring Ryan Reynolds wearing a mask” — We are talking about legit records. And specifically, a record that hasn’t been touched for almost 13 years.
The record was held by The Matrix Reloaded with $742 million. Before Deadpool was released, no one expected it to break this record. But after the impressive opening weekend and the extremely positive reviews, it became clear to everyone that this film wasn’t going to be stopped.
Hopefully this creates more freedom for writers and directors. You see studios wanting to have complete control most of the time, and it often results in a failed project. But Fox seemed to give director Tim Miller and writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick the freedom they needed to create something special.
Fox released the first teaser trailer for Josh Trank’s reboot of the classic Marvel series, Fantastic Four. The internet went nuts when the trailer was released yesterday, and as you might expect, fans either hated it or loved it.
The trailer down below confirms that this version of the series will be following the origin story of the Ultimate Fantastic Four comics, which should please most of the hardcore fans, depending on its execution. Fantastic Four is scheduled to be released August 7, 2015, and is expected to be one of the biggest hits of the summer.
Miles Teller, who is coming off a fantastic performance in Whiplash, leads the team as Mr. Fantastic. Michael B. Jordan will be playing The Human Torch, Kate Mara takes on The Invisible Woman, and Jamie Bell rounds things off with The Thing.
As we mentioned above, Josh Trank (Chronicle) is the director behind the film. He worked with a script he wrote with writers Jeremy Slater and Simon Kinberg.
Check out the trailer down below, and let us know what you think. Hate it? Love it? Need to see more of it?
I know we are a movie website but the buzz around 24 just canâ€™t be denied.
The original series ran for 8 seasons and won a Golden Globe for Best Drama Series, and an Emmy for Outstanding Drama series.Â At the series conclusion it was the longest run espionage TV show of its kind.Â The movie version of the show was all set for production with a script, cast and everything when it was pulled for a variety of reasons including Kiefer Sutherlandâ€™s schedule and the budget.
Just when 24 was all but a memory, Fox decided to do 24: Live Another Day.Â The limted run series will be 12 episodes that will zero in on the twelve most important hours of a normal 24 season.Â There will be jumps around the clock as needed to keep the plot intact.
I was never a fan of the first series but sort of wish I was.Â I will be tuned in for â€œLive Another Dayâ€.Â It might not be a movie but for fans of the series the excitement is just the same.
Here is the teaser trailer and promo photos that were released this week.Â The series will have a two hour premiere on May 5th.