The Poster & Red Band Trailer for “The Predator” are Out! #TheHuntHasEvolved

The Predator begins its hunt in theaters on September 14th, 2018. The red band trailer is after the break. Continue reading “The Poster & Red Band Trailer for “The Predator” are Out! #TheHuntHasEvolved”

The 1st Trailer for “Halloween” has dropped!

Oh my goodness; this trailer is actually pretty terrifying! YAAAAAAASSSSSSS!!!!! In the upcoming and new entry into the legendary and long-running horror film series, Halloween acts as a direct sequel to the John Carpenter’s 1978 original movie of the same name from forty (yes, that’s 4-0) years ago. This film sees original star Jamie Lee Curtis return as Laurie Strode, ignores every previous Halloween film in the … Continue reading The 1st Trailer for “Halloween” has dropped!

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Milla Jovovich to Star in Live-Action ‘Monster Hunter’ Movie; is THIS why we can’t have nice things…

For the last two years or so (so, since around 2016), director, Paul W. S. Anderson — who’s directed two of my favorite films: Mortal Kombat and Event Horizon) has been working on a Monster Hunter movie. While I can now actually audibly hear you roll your eyes to the back of your head over the scoffing, we now also know that the film has a star, Anderson’s wife and actress Milla Jovovich. For your own safety I heavily recommend that you stop rolling your eyes further back; just looking out for you. Anyway, Variety reports that Anderson recently delivered the latest draft of the film’s script, and the Monster Hunter film adaptation will begin shooting this September in South Africa. It has also been reported that special effects studio Mr. X will be involved, having worked with Anderson on the special effects for the Resident Evil movies. Continue reading “Milla Jovovich to Star in Live-Action ‘Monster Hunter’ Movie; is THIS why we can’t have nice things…”

New Trailer for ‘Ant-Man & The Wasp’ Has Arrived!

If you, like myself, are still reeling from the events of Avengers: Infinity War, then this new trailer from Marvel for the upcoming Ant-Man & The Wasp film should help remind you how much fun, comedic and energetic the Marvel Cinematic Universe films can be. In case you’re wondering, this Ant-Man sequel, directed by Peyton Reed, takes place AFTER the events of Captain America: Civil … Continue reading New Trailer for ‘Ant-Man & The Wasp’ Has Arrived!

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The Final “Avengers: Infinity War” Trailer is HERE! Also, Tickets are ON SALE NOW!

Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War, the nineteenth (HOLY CRAP) film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is set for release in theaters (or “cinemas” your you fancy folk) on April 27. Two years after the Avengers were torn apart during the events of Captain America: Civil War, Thanos arrives on Earth to collect the Infinity Stones for a gauntlet that will allow him to bend reality to his will, so The Avengers must join … Continue reading The Final “Avengers: Infinity War” Trailer is HERE! Also, Tickets are ON SALE NOW!

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The Italian Villa Featured in “Call Me By Your Name” Is Up For Sale

The sprawling and well-preserved 16th century Italian villa featured prominently in the Academy Award nominated coming-of-age film, Call Me By Your Name, is for sale. The film’s director Luca Guadagnino told Architectural Digest “”I had known that house for many years; I even dreamed of buying that house. I knew where I was going to set the action of the film—this place with faded, aristocratic charm, that a professor and his wife might have inherited but can’t quite keep up.” Continue reading “The Italian Villa Featured in “Call Me By Your Name” Is Up For Sale”

Donnie Yen confirms “Sleeping Dogs” Film Adaptation is in Production

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Around this time last year, it was reported that Donnie Yen cast to star in a film based on the game Sleeping Dogs, developed by United Front Games and published by Square-Enix in 2012. To be perfectly honest, the casting of Yen as the game’s protagonist, Wei Shen, makes perfect sense; Sleeping Dogs is essentially a mash-up of numerous films in Yen’s filmography. Taking to Instagram without even saying (while somewhat implying) that the film was in shooting, Yen confirmed that this latest video game-to-film adaptation has entered production. Continue reading “Donnie Yen confirms “Sleeping Dogs” Film Adaptation is in Production”

The Predator is coming to “Ghost Recon: Wildlands.” Yes, You Read That Correct…

…and yes, he’s one, UGLY, motherf***er!

Now that I have that quote out of the way, starting TODAY (December 14th) and running through the beginning of January, the Predator, Hollywood’s most-popular alien hunter from John McTiernan’s 1987 sci-fi film (ya’ know, Predator), will be part of a special FREE downloadable content challenge in Ghost Recon: Wildlands where players — either alone or as a groups of up to four — have to fight to survive the hunter’s aggressive onslaught in order to take him down. Should you and/or your team defeat the Predator, you’ll receive his iconic mask (dreadlocks included) and corresponding heat vision. SCORE! Continue reading “The Predator is coming to “Ghost Recon: Wildlands.” Yes, You Read That Correct…”

Can the Documentary “Starship Chicago” Save the Thompson Center from Demolition?

Opening in 1985, Helmut Jahn’s Thompson Center became home for various agencies of the State of Illinois, with its design playing off of the designs of more traditional American statehouse. For example, the glass walls symbolize government transparency and the large atrium space compared to that of most US statehouses. Additionally, the structure’s short, sloped glass curtain wall with a protruding truncated cylinder structure on top stands out from the rectilinear skyscrapers that make up downtown Chicago’s skyline. The design attracted controversy as its unusual form and immense atrium made the building a constant focus for negative press for the last 30+ years, however the city gradually became accustomed to the Thompson’s Center’s unique presence and see it as a symbol of pride and a celebration of Chicago being the architecture capital of the world (and, personal opinion, it is). Continue reading “Can the Documentary “Starship Chicago” Save the Thompson Center from Demolition?”