As always, there are a lot of sequels on the horizon from Hollywood, and today we’ve got updates one some of the more interesting ones. Check out big news involving long-running franchises and first-time follow-ups right here:
In an interview with Hey U Guys while promoting The Martian, Ridley Scott revealed that Promtheus 2 isn’t actually “Prometheus 2.” The… Continue reading Sequel Bites: 'Prometheus 2' Gets a Title, Plus:' 'Independence Day 2,' 'John Wick 2' and 'Spectre'
This continues to be an interesting year for trivia about The Breakfast Club. The classic teen movie, which was written and directed by John Hughes, recently celebrated its 30th anniversary, and while commemorative screenings were being held at SXSW and around the country last month, we also learned that there was going to be a nude shower scene, which Molly Ringwald and Ally… Continue reading Original 'Breakfast Club' Script Discovered at High School with Alternate Title
Bridge of Spies: Tom Hanks and director Steven Spielberg are teaming on a Cold War thriller that now has a new title, Bridge of Spies. Set in 1962, the movie tells the true-life story of an American spy plane pilot who was shot down over Russia. As depicted in the first official photo above, Hanks plays a lawyer who… Continue reading Movie News: Spielberg/Hanks Spy Thriller Gets Title; Watch a Jolting 'Poltergeist' TV Spot
Larry Wilmore explained to critics the format of his new Comedy Central talk show and talked about the behind-the-scenes trouble of having to change his original title—The Minority Report.
At the Television Critics Association’s semi-annual press tour on Saturday, the Daily Show veteran said his upcoming series—which will take over the 11:30 p.m. spot vacated by The Colbert Report—will be a cross between The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and Politically Incorrect. The first… Continue reading Larry Wilmore explains new show format, talks title change
The Important News
Star Wars VII revealed its title as The Force Awakens just as production wrapped on the sequel.
Speaking of Star Wars, we learned Christopher Nolan made stop-motion Star Wars movies in his youth.
Pixar announced another Toy Story sequel. And Lionsgate announced a Broadway version of The Hunger Games.
Loki will be back in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Marvel shared new footage of that movie and Ant-Man.