Colin Farrell has been in a number of movies, one of the most recent being the Total Recall remake that didn’t totally suck. Farrell is reportedly up for the lead role in a movie based on a video game, and an incredibly popular video game at that.
Producer Jerry Bruckheimer and his cohorts have been working on the next film in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. The fifth film in the franchise will reportedly be called Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.
I’ll admit I’ve been out of the loop when it comes to the new Robocop movie the last several months. Last time I mentioned it here, Hugh Laurie, the guy that played House, was set play the CEO of OmniCorp.
You might want to usher any kids out of the room before you continuing reading this post, because the honest titles The FW came up with for a bunch of Disney movies might just be too honest for their tastes.
You might be a budding writer with a script for what you think could be the next big thing in movies. But making the words leap out of the page and onto a storyboard is difficult if you don’t have the artistic skills to carry out your concept.
If you’ve been reading Technabob for any length of time, you probably know that we’re huge fans of LEGO and LEGO paraphernalia. Now, it turns out that Hollywood is jumping onto the LEGO bandwagon with the upcoming release of The LEGO Movie.
The first time we heard anything about a feature-length animated film coming from Rovio focusing on the hit video game Angry Birds was in December of 2012. At the time, Rovio had lined up a producer and work was underway on the film.
Sloths have already made their way to Disney Studios, so it was only a matter of time before they crossed over to Hollywood.
The Poke decided it was time to release remakes of hit movies and cult classics with a slothy twist by asking its readers to replace most of the leads with – you guessed it -sloths!
Ever wished you could go back to the past or travel through time into the future? I have, and I’m not ashamed to admit it. A lot of people would give the pageant-perfect answer and say no, explaining that they wouldn’t be who they were today had they changed their past experiences.
I’m huge fan of Superman. I grew up watching Superman cartoons Saturday mornings with my brother – and as a child of the 80s, I love all of the Superman movies from that period. For me, Christopher Reeve will always be Superman to me.
From the looks of the latest trailer, it seems like the studio behind the Brad Pitt flick World War Z want to have as little association with zombies as possible, and make it look more like a broader disaster flick.
I mentioned yesterday that rumors were swirling about what Star Wars character the first of the standalone feature films from Disney would focus on. Early rumors said Yoda would be the subject of one of the films.
If you’re a fan of the Star Wars franchise, you’re probably very excited that Disney is bringing out more movies in the franchise after purchasing Lucasfilm. I only hope the new films have more in common with the original trilogy then the prequels.
When Steve Jobs passed away, two movie projects were announced not long after his untimely death. One of the films is a big-budget production from Sony with Aaron Sorkin writing the screenplay. The other is a low-budget independent production with Ashton Kutcher playing the visionary founder of Apple, simply entitled jOBS.