Shaft is back! Richard Roundtree introduced the character to moviegoers in 1971 in an eponymously titled movie directed by Gordon Parks and written by Ernest Tidyman and John D.F. Black. It spawned two sequels, Shaft’s Big Score in 1972 (also directed by Parks) and Shaft in Africa, this time directed by John Guillermin, in 1973. […]
We’ve Got This Covered recently featured a video offering a little–very little, if truth be told–look at the latest entry in the Star Trek Saga, Star Trek: Discovery. And while my first question is why isn’t Manny Coto involved? Star Trek: Enterprise was at its best when he came on board perhaps that’s not the […]
Chris Rock’s Top Five was huge at the Toronto Film Festival, sparking a bidding war among studios like Lionsgate, CBS Films and Relativity, with Paramount coming out as the eventual victor. Having seen the trailer, it looks interesting, but I am not quite what the supposedly frantic bidding was about.
Originally, Alan Hughes was in the director’s seat for Warner Brothers’ “Akira,” then he suddenly wasn’t. Now, according to Aintitcool.com, that seat has been taken by Jaume Callet-Sierra. He’s done four films so far, “House of Wax,” “Goal II: Living The Dream,” “Orphan,” and “Unknown.” Of those four films, I saw “House of Wax.” It wasn’t […]