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From the creators of Date Movie, Epic Movie, Meet The Spartans and more, comes the hilarious comedy spoof of the mega-popular The Fast and the Furious franchise, Superfast! – released on DVD and On Demand on Monday 30th March 2015; and we have 3 copies to giveaway on DVD!
This laugh-a-minute spoof centres around a not particularly smart or streetwise undercover cop, Lucas White (Alex Ashbaugh), who’s never driven a manual car before, but somehow still manages to infiltrate Vin Serento’s (Dale Pavinski) La gang of illegal street racers. They are Superfast! and they are a little furious; watch as they plot to double-cross La crime kingpin, Juan Carlos de la Sol (Omar Chaparro), who hides his cash in Big Ass Tacos establishment downtown. The gang’s outrageous plan is as daring as it is ridiculous and will see them towing the whole damn restaurant at crazy speeds.
Along for the Superfast! »
- Phil Wheat
The director made the announcement on Twitter and Instagram. “I’d officially like to welcome our newest mutant #JubilationLee, #Jubilee @LanaCondor to #Xmen,” Singer wrote.
I'd officially like to welcome our newest mutant #JubilationLee, #Jubilee lanacondor to #Xmen… https://t.co/4oYYtan8Bo
— Bryan Singer (@BryanSinger) March 25, 2015
Jubilee first appeared in the “Uncanny X-Men” in 1989 as a teenage mutant capable of generating explosive plasmoids from her hands. She was often portrayed wearing a yellow raincoat.
Jennifer Lawrence confirmed Monday that “Apocalypse” will be her last film in the franchise.
“X-Men: Apocalypse” will star James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Nicholas Hoult and Rose Byrne reprising their roles along with franchise newcomers Oscar Isaac and Kodi Smit-McPhee. Neither Ian McKellen »
- Dave McNary
It's a bald guy.
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- Scott Beggs
“It is my last one,” Lawrence said when asked if it would be her final X-men film. (She drops the bomb around the 3:25 mark.)
“X-Men: Apocalypse” will also star series regulars including James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Nicholas Hoult and Rose Byrne, plus Oscar Isaac and Kodi Smit-McPhee, both new to the franchise. Sir Ian McKellan or Patrick Stewart will not be returning, however. Bryan Singer will direct.
- Marianne Zumberge
On St. Patrick's Day everyone could be named Patrick! Because when you're drunk, it's just easy to use one nickname for every cutie in the bar. There are some sexy stars we'd like to honor this St. Patty's, though. Not because they're all Irish or all got their starts in Leprechaun films. It just seems as good a day as any to celebrate all the Hollywood hotties named "Patrick." There are quite a few! From McDreamy to Miley Cyrus' gorgeous beau, these are the Patricks we'd Love to share a green beer with! 1. Neil Patrick Harris: 2. Patrick Dempsey: 3. Patrick Wilson: 4. Sean Patrick Thomas: 5. Patrick Stewart: 6. »
It's been known for quite some time that X-Men: Apocalypse will bring an end to the trilogy that started with 2011's X-Men: First Class and carried through into last summer's X-Men: Days of Future Past. But now we're hearing that this might be the last movie to feature these particular actors as well. Speaking with E! Online, Nicholas Hoult, who stars as Beast in all three movies, reveals that this is the last movie he is signed on for.
" "This is the last one I'm signed up for. The first one did so well and [Days of Future Past] got received so brilliantly. It's like, 'Wow, people really want to see the films' and the best thing is it's a great crew and cast to work with and he's a fun character."
This week it’s 1994’s “The Pagemaster” starring Macaulay Culkin as a live-action nerd and an animated hero. There’s also a wealth of other famous voices, including Christopher Lloyd, Whoopi Goldberg and Patrick Stewart. Does this book-themed adventure hold up? Or does it fall flat? Listen and find out. Enjoy!
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Sucked Out The Center
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- Ryan Clagg
James Marsden might be the nicest mentor ever.
The former X-Men star told Et that he has officially passed the Cyclops torch to up-and-coming actor Tye Sheridan for X-Men: Apocalypse. The 18-year-old is set to star as a young Cyclops in the upcoming film, so naturally he reached out to Marsden, who played the adult version in four previous X-Men films.
"He is such a class act. This kid is just very gracious and very grateful,” Marsden shared at Unfinished Business co-star Vince Vaughn's hand and footprint ceremony. “We touched base briefly and I just told him how happy I was for him and he wanted any tips and advice and I just said, ‘You don't really need any. You've got it. I've seen you in the movie Mud’ and all the other things he's done. He's just a spectacular actor, just naturally gifted. He knows what he's doing and I'm very happy that he was »
The Wolverine himself Hugh Jackman recently admitted that he wanted to play the character for the rest of his life and he’s also been talking about the possibility of making a cameo in the upcoming Tim Miller directed Deadpool, due to be released February 12th 2016. If that wasn’t enough to whet the appetite of comic-book fans everywhere he recently admitted in an interview that he “would love it” if Wolverine would team up with The Avengers and thinks that there “is a possibility it could happen.”
There’s no evidence to suggest that any of these will happen and it’s probably just Jackman teasing fans and hyping up X-Men: Apocalypse and the following movies within the X-Men universe. Not that he needs to do much more hyping since Bryan Singer and Ryan Reynolds have been doing their fair share on their own Instagram and Twitter accounts.
- Gavin Logan
Just a quick update on the next The Wolverine movie, that Hugh Jackman is already signed up to make. James Mangold, who directed the last solo Wolverine effort, is back for this one, and we've already heard an assortment of rumours about the film. The big one is that Patrick Stewart is potentially going to guest star, with Wolverine and X-Men's Professor X teaming up for the film. That's unconfirmed at this stage, however.
What is confirmed though is that the new movie won't start shooting now until 2016. David James Kelly is penning the screenplay for the new film, and with a release date of March 2017 long since inked in, the movie is third in the queue of upcoming X-Men projects (behind Deadpool and X-Men: Apocalypse).
It's James Mangold who's confirmed that the shoot »
While details have been very thin on the ground at the moment, Hugh Jackman will popping the claws once again in a third Wolverine movie, set to hit our screens March 3rd 2015. The Wolverine director James Mongold will be returning, and he has revealed on Twitter that the currently untitled installment in the X-Men franchise will begin filming "early next year". Nothing is known about the movie at this stage, but Patrick Stewart has said that it could see his Professor X team with Jackman's fast healing mutant, a role the actor previously stated he had doubts about playing for much longer before back tracking and saying he wanted to play the character until he dies. No matter if his feeling on the role change again, I think we can all agree no one else can play the character at this stage. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Tom White)
One of Fox’s upcoming standalone properties that’s spawned one terrible prequel (X-Men Origins: Wolverine) and one fantastic sequel (The Wolverine) is prepping another outing for the mutton-chopped mutant in The Wolverine 3. At least, that’s what it’s being referred to until an official title is announced.
Wolvie’s next solo encounter is one of the most anticipated sequels in the whole of comic book moviedom. So, it’s with increasing regularity that its director, James Mangold, often fields questions on its status via social media. The most common of which is: when is it going into production? Thanks to the wonder of Twitter, we now have an answer.
@R_0_B_89 early next year.
— Mangold (@mang0ld) March 5, 2015
Last March, Mangold offered a similar – if less specific – response to the same query, when he revealed that Wolverine 3 would begin shooting after X-Men: Apocalypse. Currently, all things mutant are »
- Gem Seddon
The Patrick Stewart-starrer, centers around Walter Blunt (Stewart), a Brit who’s intent on taking over American cable news with his nightly cable news show, aptly titled “Blunt Talk.” Besieged by his network bosses, a dysfunctional news staff, ex-wives and children, Blunt’s only support is the alcoholic manservant (Adrian Scarborough) he transplanted from the UK to join him in Los Angeles.
Shue and Schwartzman will both appear as possible guests on Blunt’s (Patrick Stewart) show.
Other guest stars for Season 1 include musician and actor Moby, Sharon Lawrence (“Rizzoli & Isles,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm”), Trace Lysette (“Transparent”), Golden Brooks (“Girlfriends”), Windell D. Middlebrooks (“Body Of Proof,” “Scrubs”) and Steve Valentine (“Anger Management”).
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
20th Century Fox
We know this because of two things. One: Mangold politely answered a fan’s question on Twitter, saying the Wolverine sequel starts filming “early next year.” And two: You’re going to go see The Force Awakens on the weekend of release, and there’s no use pretending you aren’t.
@R_0_B_89 early next year.
— Mangold (@mang0ld) March 5, 2015
Both Jackman and Patrick Stewart have previously talked about a likelihood of Stewart having a role in the film, so take that for read. I’ve been trying to dig up information on what the actual storyline will be and the best I can get is “They’re starting from a well-liked run of the comics but developing this in new directions. »
- Brendon Connelly
Mangold posted a tweet today which said shooting on the project, his second film with Jackman in the character following their collaboration on 2013's "The Wolverine," will begin early 2016 - a full year out from its current March 2017 release date.
- Garth Franklin
2016 promises to be an epic year for the X-Men franchise. For the first time in the history of the series, 20th Century Fox will release three films, with Deadpool arriving first in February, X-Men: Apocalypse kicking off in May, and Channing Tatum's Gambit wrapping things up in October. That doesn't mean there will be any kind of lull. Wolverine 3 has already been given a March 2017 release date. And today, director James Mangold confirmed that the movie will shoot in the early half of next year,
The Wolverine 3 script is still in development, and we haven't heard any official plot details as of yet. Patrick Stewart has teased that his version of Professor X will team up with Logan in this latest adventure. And star Hugh Jackman, who will be reprising his role for an 8th time (though that number could reach 11 depending on how many 2016 movies he appears in »
According to Mangold, Hugh Jackman will stay busy after X-Men: Apocalypse with another Wolverine solo-film,which starts filming in early 2016. Wolverine 3 is currently scheduled to be released in theaters March 3, 2017. There are currently unconfirmed rumors that Wolverine and Patrick Stewart's Professor X will be teaming up. David James Kelly is currently developing the script. Jackman recently stated that he was inspired by Michael Keaton's Birdman to keep playing Wolverine until the day he dies. »
Ian McKellen can add another iconic literary character to his resume when “Mr. Holmes” hits theaters later this year. The “Hobbit” star plays a retired Sherlock Holmes in the drama from “Dreamgirls” director Bill Condon, and the first trailer teases one last mystery for the famous sleuth. See photos: ‘X-Men’ Stars Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen Tour New York City, Bring Joy to the Internet It appears that Holmes will team up with a young boy to investigate a 50-year-old cold case involving a beautiful woman from his past. Laura Linney co-stars in the project written by Jeffrey Hatcher, based on Mitch Cullin’s. »
- Greg Gilman
Following the death of actor Leonard Nimoy, who portrayed Mr. Spock on Star Trek, countless tributes have poured in for the man who popularized the phrase "Live long and prosper." Among those remembering Nimoy's legacy are astronauts, scientists, writers, sci-fi fans, fellow actors and directors and even President Barack Obama, who wrote in a statement from the White House, "I loved Spock."
"Long before being nerdy was cool, there was Leonard Nimoy. Leonard was a lifelong lover of the arts and humanities, a supporter of the sciences, generous with his talent and his time. »
Leonard Nimoy lived long, prospered, and touched many lives in his 83 years, judging by the outpouring of memorial messages on social media.
After the actor, best known for his role as Mr. Spock in the original Star Trek television and movie series, passed away early Friday due to the end stages of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (Copd), friends, fans, and former co-stars and even Nasa and the President took to Twitter and Instagram to remember the legendary sci-fi hero.
President Obama released a statement on Nimoy's death:
"Long before being nerdy was cool, there was Leonard Nimoy. Leonard was a lifelong lover of the arts and humanities, a supporter of the sciences, generous with his talent and his time. And of course, Leonard was Spock. Cool, logical, big-eared and level-headed, the center of Star Trek’s optimistic, inclusive vision of humanity’s future.
I loved Spock.
In 2007, I had the chance to meet Leonard in person. It was »
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