The new film from Steven Spielberg has a very old-fashioned feel to it. Some of that is obviously the result of the true spy drama Bridge of Spies being set more than half a century ago, but Spielberg also clearly meant to evoke a lot of classic movies of that time period. His casting of Tom Hanks, the closest actor today to… Continue reading Steven Spielberg Reveals the Original 1965 Casting Choices For 'Bridge of Spies'
What we know about Marvel’s next film, Captain America: Civil War (in theaters May 6, 2016), is that it’ll feature a divided group of superheroes, with Iron Man and Captain America on opposite sides of a government mandate to have more control over where they go and who they save.
Some new concept art has arrived online, and it finally reveals who… Continue reading New 'Captain America: Civil War' Concept Art Reveals Two Badass Superhero Teams
On the first day of this year’s D23 Expo for Disney fans, a whole lot of news was announced about upcoming movies from Walt Disney Animation and Pixar. We also got to see a bunch of new stills and artwork for many of these titles. Here’s all you need to see and know, in alphabetical order by title:
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
Mad Max Anime of the Day:
At one point Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller was planning to tell Furiousa’s origin story through anime. That didn’t happen, but images of what it would’ve looked like have now arrived online. [via CBM]
If you thought the Maze was bad, wait till you see the Scorch.
The first trailer for the Maze Runner sequel, The Scorch Trials, has arrived online, teasing an action-packed follow-up that raises the stakes while building out more of the freaky dystopian society set up in the first film.
Check it out below.
Now that they’ve escaped the Maze… Continue reading Watch: 'Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials' Trailer Reveals a Dangerous New World