According to Galaxy Quest star Tim Allen, there is indeed a script written for a sequel, but as of today the only way to get more time with the crew of the NSEA Protector is to either rewatch the fantastic original film on a loop or to read the comic book series Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues. But, in a great twist of… Continue reading Reel TV: 'Galaxy Quest' To Get a TV Show Instead of a Sequel
Movie release dates slide around all the time, but big studio movies usually tend to pick a date and stick with it. After all, the reason they’re called tentpoles is because they’re massive enough and important enough that they’re supposed to lodge into place and support everything around them.
When a tentpole’s release date changes, it’s usually because a studio needs even… Continue reading Surprise: 'Mission: Impossible 5' is Coming Out This Summer Instead of Christmas
Earlier this year, Edgar Wright left Marvel’s Ant-Man after creative differences — and a collective groan was heard from nerds the world over. But the fan favorite director has already chosen his next project, which should please the geek elite at Comic-Con this week. According to Deadline, Wright will be filming Baby Driver.
The website reports: “The project, which Wright wrote, is described to… Continue reading Edgar Wright's Got A Plan For What He'll Direct Instead Of 'Ant-Man'
Here’s your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):
1. Divergent – $ 56.0 million ($ 56.0 million total)
2. Muppets Most Wanted – $ 16.5 million ($ 16.5 million total)
3. Mr. Peabody & Sherman – $ 11.7 million ($ 81.0 million total)
4. 300: Rise of an Empire – $ 8.6 million ($ 93.7 million total)
5. God’s Not Dead – $ 8.5 million ($ 8.5 million total)
6. Need for Speed –