According to this unsure Variety story, some of these things MAY SOON HAPPEN but nothing has been locked in just yet. You’ll forgive us if we don’t run the story a second time once all the signatures are acquired:
– Paramount is looking to shoot Transformers 4 and Transformers 5 back to back.
– Shia LaBeouf is out.
– Jason Statham is being considered for a major role.
– Michael Bay… Continue reading All You'll Ever Need to Know about the Next Two 'Transformers' Sequels
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If I told you there was a female filmmaker who won a Cannes Jury prize for a student film fifteen years ago, a slew… Continue reading Girls on Film: We Need to Talk About Lynne Ramsay
It’s time to start writing those petition letters to Universal, urging the studio: Please save us all, including moviegoers worldwide and Renée Zellweger’s waistline, from a third ‘Bridget Jones’ movie.
You’d have thought, after the raspberries that 2004′s sequel ‘Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason,’ that they’d leave well enough alone. But no, that film earned $ 262 million worldwide… Continue reading Do We Need a Third 'Bridget Jones' Movie?
Celebrities are dead, let’s party!
This year’s primetime Emmys producer Mark Burnett (of Survivor and Shark Tank fame) was asked by TV critics at press tour how he’ll make this year’s telecast different. ”I think ‘In Memorial’ doesn’t need to be a bummer,” Burnett said, drawing a big unintentional laugh from the critics.
But wait-wait, let the man explain what he actually meant by that:
“It can be a celebration… Continue reading Mark Burnett: Emmy death reel ‘doesn’t need to be a bummer’
I was one of those nerdly little film geeks who loved Dr. Strangelove well before his peers even got the jokes. I went crazy for the colorfully nasty humor found in ’80s farces like Ruthless People, Throw Momma From the Train, and A Fish Called Wanda, and I fell in love with the powerful venom of Danny DeVito’s The War of the Roses.
I adore dark comedy… Continue reading We Need More Dark Comedies, Period