Michael Bay's Transformers series has never been one to gather critical acclaim and that's unlikely to change with his fourth instalment in the multi-million dollar franchise.
One change that does seem to be taking place, though, is that this appears to be the last outing for the explosion-heavy director. The future Ninja Turtles producer also confirmed that Transformers 4 will ring in the changes with regards to the appearances of our favourite Autobots and Decepticons, if his recent quotes at the opening of Transformers: The Ride - 3D are to be believed.
Ralph Fiennes set himself several challenges for his directorial debut. Could he adapt one of Shakespeare’s most obscure works and make it seem relevant and necessary? Could he film this in a way that would be cinematic and not just a filmed play’? And, most difficult of all, could he coax an effective performance from Gerard Butler; a man whose previous high watermark was constantly yelling ‘Sparta’ in front of a blue screen.For the most part he succeeds (even the Gerard Butler one).
Yesterday images from Wreck-It Ralph, Disney's new CG animated comedy, surfaced online. Today we have a trailer and it is even greater than my inner-child/outer-nerd could have hoped for!
The consistently solid scoop-smiths at Latino Review have revealed that the next Marvel movie, following Captain America 2, will be The Black Panther - but does this mean a change in direction on the road to The Avengers 2?
Darren Aronofsky’s next project, Noah, has added two new cast members. Noah’s sons Shem and Ham will be played by Douglas Booth and Logan Lerman.
There is nothing better for a rainy day than a trip to New Zealand! The penultimate production diary for The Hobbit was released this morning, and this time it’s all about the talent backstage.
There are three rules of Ghostbusters, and failure to abide by them risks serious consequences: (1) don’t think about marshmallows (2) don’t cross the streams (3) don'y expect to get anything reliable if you ask Bill Murray about the threequel.
MTV have announced that they are developing a weekly television series based on Wes Craven's Scream franchise. Yes, you read that right, Ghostface is coming to the small screen.