Disney & Fox Would Be the Avatar of Movie Studios

And speaking of Avatar, guess which studio released it? If your guess is ‘20th Century Fox,’ now picture one studio releasing Avatar, the Alien and Predator movies, Star Wars and Marvel superhero movies. Those are a few of the movies that would come under the aegis of a combined Disney and Fox, which would likely […]

Valiant Movie Universe: Too Little, Too Late?

Based on a deal between Valiant Entertainment and DMG Entertainment, characters like Bloodshot, Harbinger and Archer & Armstrong will be coming to your local cinema, though there’s an important question which I don’t see being asked, which is if there’s an audience for them. Currently, there’s a Big Two as far as movies based on comic books go, […]

3 Hurdles Marvel’s ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ Overcame To Be One Of The Biggest Movies Of The Summer

Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy opened in the United States last week, and looks to have a very bright future, seeing that based on advanced buzz along, Marvel has already locked in a sequel for 2017 while Thursday it earned $11.2 million, besting established franchises like The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Transformers: Age of Extinction and […]

To Post-Convert To 3D Or Not Post-Convert

Guillermo Del Toro’s “Pacific Rim” is being post-converted to 3D, which is interesting when you consider how terrible such conversions tend to be. Remember “Wrath Of The Titans?”  If there’s another film that was converted to 3D to such seemingly universal disdain, I am unaware of it. That being said tickets for 3D films tend […]

‘Final Destination’ Trailer

Edited 7/28 1110 1111 1534 “Final Destination 5,” the latest in the perhaps the most inaccurately named series of films ever, is being directed by Steve Quale, who’s worked with James Cameron on “Aliens of the Deep” and “Avatar.” Luckily, it appears there’s more Tony Todd than in prior episodes.  This is good because his […]

Akira

The Hughes Brothers, once again on the A-list after the success of The Book Of Eli–which pulled in around $150 million dollars worldwide–were offered Akira, based upon the anime by Katsuhiro Otomo.