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More Peter Parker is definitely swinging our way. With “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” still filming and not even hitting theaters until May of 2014, Sony has penciled in release dates for the third and fourth installments of the Marvel comic book movie franchise. “The Amazing Spider-Man 3” will be released on June 10th, 2016 and “The Amazing Spider-Man 4” has landed the first 2018 release date: May 4th, 2018. Marc Webb, who directed the first film, is currently directing the sequel with Andrew Garfield returning in the title role andRead More
Things are getting a little racy – for 19th Century France – for Elizabeth Olsen and Oscar Isaac in our look at the first official image released from Emile Zola novel adaptation “Therese” (formerly “Therese Raquin”, like the book). Collider has also revealed the official synopsis: “Set in the lower depths of 1860s Paris, THERESE is a tale of obsessive love, adultery and revenge based on Emile Zola’s scandalous novel, Thérèse Raquin. Therese (Elizabeth Olsen of “Martha Marcy May Marlene”), a sexually repressed beautiful young woman, is trapped into aRead More
Ahead of its June 22nd US release, Woody Allen’s latest international ensemble rom-com “To Rome With Love” will open the Los Angeles Film Festival, it was announced via press release this morning. The festival will serve as the North American premiere for the film, while the world premiere will take place tomorrow in – where else? – Rome, Italy. The film “is a story about a number of people in Italy — some American, some Italian, some residents, some visitors — and the romances and adventures and predicaments they getRead More
Iron Man is getting another sequel, Thor is getting his, so it’s no surprise at all that Chris Evans will return as the leader of The Avengers in “Captain America 2”, scheduled for release on April 4, 2014. Disney/Marvel announced via press release today that Steve Rogers will be returning, but chances are, his cohorts from the original film, including Hayley Atwell as Rogers’ first love Peggy Carter, won’t. Rogers will remain in modern times, probably leaving Carter and his fellow soldiers back in the 1940s. Captain America will followRead More
Some tiny morsels of news today regarding a few of our highly anticipated upcoming projects: Release dates! First up, horror remake “Silent House”, which premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and stars hot breakout star Elizabeth Olsen, has been set for a March 9, 2012 release. Surely filmmakers are hoping that date will be coming on the heels of a good night for Olsen at the Oscars, where she is favored to be nominated for a Best Actress statue for her truly revelatory turn in another Sundance debut, “MarthaRead More
No, you haven’t missed “The Amazing Spider-Man” or “The Hunger Games” in theaters already. Despite the fact that both movies do not open until 2012, their parent studios – Sony and Lionsgate, respectively – are apparently so confident in their new franchises that both movies are already getting sequels. “The Hunger Games”, opening on March 23, 2012, tells the story of 16 year old Katniss Everdeen, who lives in post-apocalyptic America and who volunteers herself for the Hunger Games, a nationally televised battle to the death featuring 24 teenagers betweenRead More
One of the perks of an actor gaining overnight success is reaped by that actor’s previous, lesser known films. “Tanner Hall”, directed by Francesca Gregorini and Tatiana von Furstenberg (daughter of Diane) and starring then unknown actress Rooney Mara, first bowed in Toronto all the way back in 2009. While it received mostly positive reviews and even went on to win the Best Feature award at the Gen Art Film Festival several months later, it had trouble getting distributed, most likely due in no small part to its lack ofRead More
In a bit of expected news, Marvel has officially greenlit a sequel to “Thor”, the May superhero release that garnered over $400 million for Disney/Marvel worldwide. Deadline reports Chris Hemsworth will return to wield the hammer in the titular role of the Norse God turned Avenger, but director Kenneth Branagh is out. Branagh will most likely stay on in a producing capacity but the job of director is now available and sure to be hotly contested. An official release date has already been set for July 26, 2013, opening threeRead More
Fans of the “Twilight” saga won’t have to mourn too hard after “Breaking Dawn: Part 2” wraps up the series in November 2012, as the big screen adaptation of Stephenie Meyer’s next novel is following right on its heels. Open Road Films announced via press release today that Meyer’s alien actioner “The Host”, helmed by Andrew Niccol and starring young Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan, will hit theaters on March 29, 2013. Niccol has long been attached to the project, writing the screenplay, signing on, dropping out and signing back onRead More
Horror film “House at the End of the Street”, recently picked up by Relativity Media, has been set for a February 3, 2012 release. The film, starring Oscar nominee Jennifer Lawrence and Max Thieriot, was directed by Mark Tonderai from a script by David Loucka and is one of the rare horror films that is not a remake or reboot of a movie from the 80s, though its title certainly sounds like it could be. The film revolves around a teenage girl (Lawrence) who moves into a new house withRead More