News bits-&-pieces: Gina Carano has been cast as Angel Dust in Deadpool. The Hollywood Reporter also confirms Colossus will appear in the film, along with T.J. Miller in a yet undisclosed role. The Wrap is reporting that Joel Kinnaman is to Replace Tom Hardy as Rick Flagg in Suicide Squad. Marvel has updated the release […]
First and foremost, news bits: Netflix has released the first Daredevil trailer, which the consensus around the WPR offices is that it looks dark, very gritty, and like it has a lot of potential. We will be watching with anticipation. Here is the trailer if you haven’t already watched it a few times. Doctor Who […]
There is not much news this past week in the world of movies, unless you count all the news coming out of Sundance, which most are unconfirmed reports of films being sold. What we do have, is a gigantic list of new trailers. There are too many to post here, but we did post them […]
This is the first Box Office Report of 2015, I wanted to get at least a full week in before diving into what is happening in theatres. The past two weekends saw only two new openings, with others expending nationwide. Most notably, Selma, which picked up the number two spot from Into the Woods. The […]
In this Box Office Report Godzilla stops into first place with a tidy $93 million opening weekend, far outpacing the second weekend Neighbors, and the third week Spider-Man. Disney’s Million Dollar Arm made a courtesy showing in the top ten, along with the rest of the sup $10 million pack. New on Blu-Ray and DVD […]
Opening this week; some movie about some really old WWII vet getting caught up in crazy misadventures with a cyclops, and some other stuff.
Opening this week on screens of silver, and aluminum alloy; Divergent and Muppets Most Wanted while The Grand Budapest Hotel is expanding onto more screens. The LEGO Movie just may have a challenger in Divergent.
This week in your local cinema house, or movie theatre; 300: Rise of an Empire will make you squirm if you have a problem with blood. Mr. Peabody & Sherman alter some timelines, and things get fancy at The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Coming soon to a theaters…. a movie about a murderer on the orient express in the sky, and something about some guy with a persecution complex. Opening February 28 – The Lunchbox (NY, LA) A mistaken delivery in Mumbai’s famously efficient lunchbox delivery system connects a young housewife to an older man in the dusk […]
Opening this week in theaters, Luc Besson’s 3 Days to Kill, and Hayao Miyazaki’s The Wind Rises (Kaze tachinu), also some other stuff. February 21 – 3 Days to Kill A dying Secret Service Agent trying to reconnect with his estranged daughter is offered an experimental drug that could save his life in exchange for one last assignment. […]
Yes folks, you read that right. The hunky blood sucking heart-throb from HBO’s true blood has been cast as the orphan turned monkey-man (man-monkey?) in Warner Brother’s Tarzan. Wait though, cause there’s more… a lot more! Along side Skarsgård, Tarzan will also star thee Samuel L. Jackson, Christof Waltz, and Margot Robbie. The Movie is slated […]
This week in theatres near and far, and not so far, and very far. February 12 – The New Black (limited) The New Black is a documentary that tells the story of how the African-American community is grappling with the gay rights issue in light of the recent gay marriage movement and the fight over […]
Opening in theatres far and wide on February 7: – 7 Boxes (limited) Víctor receives an unusual proposal, to carry 7 boxes of unknown content through the Market Number 4 but things get complicated along the way. – A Fantastic Fear of Everything (limited) Jack is a children’s author turned crime novelist whose detailed […]
This week we find ourselves confronted with the fact that January is not the place blockbuster movies emerge. We occasionally get some great independent gems that are overflow from Sundance, but those are limited in release and usually don’t gain traction until a wide release or they hit Netflix. This week we have: January 29 […]
Opening in theaters this week, and this weekend; not much. It looks like I, Frankenstein will have free reign this weekend, if it’s any good.