Leonardo DiCaprio has been confirmed to star in Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film, which is set against the backdrop of the Manson Family Murders.
Warner Bros. has released the poster for Ocean’s 8; the Oceans Eleven spin-off, slated for release in June 2018.
Whispers of Disney’s plan to buy out a significant portion of 21st Century Fox have been circling for weeks, but now that the deal is actually done, reactions to the news have been mixed.
Disney tightens its vice grip on the entertainment industry by acquiring a large portion of 21st Century Fox for a whopping $52 billion USD.
Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner 2049 was undeniably a critical success; the picture was lauded by the film community, and is certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, with a score of 87%.
Rashida Jones, the popular Parks and Recreation star refutes claims she left because of sexual harassment, instead citing “philosophical differences”.
The word on the street is that Tom Cruise is in talks to appear in Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film about the Charles Manson murders.
Illumination is of course, the studio behind hits such as Descpicable Me (2010) and Minions (2015), so Super Mario Bros. Is in good hands.
The disgraced comedian Louis C.K. has been excommunicated from business partners at HBO, FX and the streaming giant Netflix.
Disney is putting some serious faith in director Rian Johnson and The Last Jedi with the announcement of a new film series in the works.
The Snowtown (2011) and Assassin’s Creed (2016) director’s upcoming film about the famous Kelly Gang bushrangers has received a casting update.
With Justice League right around the corner, one would think that perhaps after the miserable display of the last few DCEU films (minus Wonder Woman), Warner Bros. and DC would be treading carefully in deciding the fate of the next few DC films based on the reception Justice League gets.
The sequel to 2013’s absurd and brilliant blockbuster, Pacific Rim, is finally coming, and while that in itself is good news for fans of the original, better news may be on the way.
Yarraville’s Sun Theatre is set to host a week-long film festival showcasing 7 epic films shot in glorious 70mm film, in the lead-up to the release of Murder on the Orient Express.