George Lucas Museum: Chicago will be the future site of a “first-of-its-kind interactive museum and warehouse” housing George Lucas’ collection of artwork and Star Wars movie memorabilia. The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, expected to open in 2018, will cost one billion dollars (?!), and will be located on a prime site on Chicago’s museum campus, next… Continue reading Movie News: Chicago Getting George Lucas Museum; Channing Tatum Joins Coen Bros.; 'Last of Robin Hood' Trailer
In 2011, we first reported on the “lost” River Phoenix film that the actor was shooting right before he tragically died from drug-induced heart failure in 1993. Dark Blood has a strange, long history — and audiences will finally get to see the movie when it is released by Lionsgate, 20 years after it was made. THR reports that the company picked up… Continue reading 'Dark Blood' Trailer: River Phoenix's Last Movie Is Finally Getting Released 20 Years After It Was Made
Today Warner Bros. announced the sequel to Man of Steel would be called Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and the Internet immediately lost its mind and pounced on the title like a bunch of ghouls feasting on a newborn. And as I watched the vitriol flow across social media, all I could do is sit back and wonder why everyone is so angry… Continue reading Geeks Are Entering The Age of Instant Backlash And It's Getting Really Tiresome
There’s a sequel to Richard Linklater’s 2011 film Bernie — but it won’t be appearing on the big screen. The Jack Black, Shirley MacLaine, and Matthew McConaughey-starring film was inspired by the case of former mortician Bernie Tiede. The small-town Texas funeral director was convicted of murdering and dismembering wealthy 81-year-old widow, Marjorie “Marge” Nugent, who was his close friend and companion. It took… Continue reading The Murderer Who Inspired 'Bernie' Is Getting Released From Prison And Will Live in Richard Linklater's Garage Apartment
Update 4/24/14: We now have confirmation that a Friday the 13th TV show is indeed in the works. Original director Sean Cunningham will be onboard as an executive producer for the series, which will reimagine the Voorhees family in different time periods.
Before you start picturing a time-traveling Jason though, it sounds like the show will follow Jason as a kid when he was at… Continue reading Update: 'Friday the 13th' is Getting a 'Bates Motel'-Like TV Show