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As the days get darker and the cold winds of Autumn approach, it’s time to look ahead at the upcoming movies set to hit cinemas this Fall.
The huge slate includes the return of the Jedis, the rebirth of Frankenstein and a new age of Good Dinosaurs. These movies will take audiences to a Galaxy Far, Far Away, on a voyage to Mars and to the summit of the world’s highest mountain, Everest.
Here’s our list of the 2015 Fall movies that we can’t wait to see!
The Visit (Sept 11)
Writer/director/producer M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense, Signs, Unbreakable) and producer Jason Blum (Paranormal Activity, The Purge and Insidious series) welcome you to Universal Pictures’ The Visit. Shyamalan returns to his roots with the terrifying story of a brother and sister who are sent to their grandparents’ remote Pennsylvania farm for a weeklong trip. »
- Movie Geeks
If you're interested, Paramount has debuted a trailer for Daddy's Home, a comedy starring Will Ferrell as a new step dad married to Linda Cardellini, and Mark Wahlberg as the "real father". The other day while updating our Release Schedule, I noticed this film was listed for Christmas Day, but there's not much talk about it. Well, here is the trailer, and you'll know why there's not much to say. It looks really bad. Plus, I don't know about everyone else, but this Christmas I'm planning to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens a few more times. If not Tarantino's The Hateful Eight. Anyway, if you're curious to see what Daddy's Home is all about - here you go. Featuring Thomas Haden Church, Paul Scheer and Alessandra Ambrosio. Enjoy. Here's the first trailer for Sean Anders & John Morris' Daddy's Home, in high def from Apple: Daddy's Home follows »
- Alex Billington
When Horrible Bosses broke past all expectations to pull in over $200 million at the box office in 2011, the possibility of whether the studio and leading stars would reunite for a sequel was all but set in stone. It was Hollywood 101; strike while the iron is hot to pull to assemble the same creative team and ensure that the money keeps rolling in. For Horrible Bosses 2, though, moviegoers failed to take to Sean Anders’ follow-up – and that’s a feeling Jason Bateman can empathize with.
While appearing on Wtf With Marc Maron, Bateman was candid about the sequel’s shortcomings, and admitted that Horrible Bosses should have adopted a one-and-done strategy, rather than churning out a half-baked sequel just for the sake of it.
“A lot of people saw the first one, but there are plenty of films that made a lot of money where no one is interested in seeing another one. »
- Michael Briers
The casting earlier today of Zac Efron alongside Dwayne Johnson in the upcoming "Baywatch" movie promises plenty of on-screen beefcake in this big screen take on the popular 1990s series about California beach lifeguards.
One thing that people aren't quite sure on though is the project's tone. Previously it has been described as something akin to the "21 Jump Street" franchise - an action comedy both respectful and playfully sending up its original material. Now comes word from Johnson himself via social media that there's going to be no holding back on the humor as it sounds like the film plans to wear an R rating with pride:
Big News: Welcoming my dude @ZacEfron to #Baywatch. Our movie will be big, fun and Rated R.. Like me when I drink. https://t.co/8DPMJSEG9K
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) August 10, 2015
It's Big. Me and bud @ZacEfron been talkin' bout this one for a long time. »
- Garth Franklin
Horrible Bosses and Identity Thief director Seth Gordon has signed on to direct Paramount's movie adaptation of the hit TV series Baywatch, which has Dwayne Johnson set to star. The actor has been attached to the project since October, when, ironically, Horrible Bosses 2 filmmakers Sean Anders and John Morris were set to direct. It is unclear at this point when production may begin, but the studio has been trying to get this project off the ground for many years.
The Baywatch movie has been in the works since July 2009, when Jeremy Garelick signed on to write and direct. A slew of writers have worked on the project between now and then, including Brian Gatewood & Alessandro Tanaka, Peter Tolan and Justin Malen. The writing team of Damian Shannon and Mark Swift wrote the most recent draft of the screenplay, which the studio is moving forward with.
The original Baywatch TV »
Baywatch is one of those projects that somehow just keeps dangling out of reach of the studio, in this case, Paramount. But the company seems determined to bring the lifeguard story to our screens, and now has Seth Gordon close to a deal to direct Dwayne Johnson in the film. The show, which became famous for its sun-kissed beaches, attractive lifeguards and The Hoff overseeing it all, has been in the works as a movie for a while, with Paramount looking to take it in an even more overtly comedic direction. The likes of Peter Tolan, Robert Ben Garant (who was also rumoured as a director) and, most recently, Justin Malen, have taken cracks at the script, while Horrible Bosses 2 directors Sean Anders were attached until recently.It appears Paramount isn’t straying too far from the Bosses team – Gordon directed the first film back in 2011 and has worked »
With Horrible Bosses 2 directors Sean Anders and John Morris at the helm, Daddy’s Home sees The Other Guys co-stars Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg put their fantastic chemistry to work yet again as Ferrell’s life with his new wife (Linda Cardellini) and her two kids is upended when their dead beat real dad (Wahlberg), uncomfortable with the idea that his off spring have a new step-dad, enters the picture. There is a lot of good will coming off the pairs excellent work together in The Other Guys that will surely help Daddy’s Home, but from what we see from the above trailer, there is a solid comedy here, and the two leads, especially Wahlberg do seem to be having a lot of fun. Released: 25th December (U.S)/ 26th December (Irl/U.K.) »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Tom White)
Daddy’s Home trailer: New comedy reunites The Other Guys stars in a war of the dads, due this December.
When a mild-mannered man (Will Ferrell) becomes stepfather to his new wife’s children, he can’t believe his luck. The kids have some reservations but he’s sure they’ll come around and he’s always wanted to be a dad. Unfortunately for him, bad-boy daddy Dusty Mayron (Wahlberg) suddenly returns to their lives, threatening his new role in the family and leading to a battle for the kids affections involving new pets, motorbikes, treehouses and what looks like a drunken attempt at Basketball.
With some decent gags on display, the Ferrell–Wahlberg double-act is again looking like a »
- Mike McCarthy
Daddy’s Home Trailer. Sean Anders and John Morris‘s Daddy’s Home (2015) movie trailer stars Mark Wahlberg, Will Ferrell, Linda Cardellini, and Paul Scheer. Daddy’s Home‘s plot synopsis: “When a divorced guy’s ex-wife re-marries someone way more uptight, he re-enters her life and wreaks havoc.”
Mark Wahlberg has solidified himself as a viable comedic asset ever since Ted blew up the box-office. He was hysterical at various points in Boogie Nights, but that was a far more successful showcase for his dramatic chops than anything else. Bit parts in things like Date Night helped ramp up his official entry to comedy, and Ted just cemented that ability to transition in and out of it. This is now the second time Wahlberg joins Ferrell in a comedy – the two were in The Other Guys together in 2010.
Daddy’s Home reminds strongly of Step Brothers, though this time, »
- Marco Margaritoff
After their onscreen partnership in the Adam McKay comedy The Other Guys, Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell are back together and are battling it out for dad of the year in the first trailer for Daddy’s Home. Sean Anders and John Morris (who wrote Horrible Bosses 2 and Dumb and Dumber To) are the directors, and the film is written by Brian Burns (who worked in the writers’ room of Entourage and Blue Bloods). Here’s the synopsis:
When a divorced guy’s ex-wife re-marries someone way more uptight, he re-enters her life and wreaks havoc.
Mark Wahlberg is the ‘divorced guy’ making things very difficult for Will Ferrell’s character, who just wants to be a good dad to his step-children. While their chemistry worked in The Other Guys, it’ll be interesting to see how they work together as rivals. But from what the trailer gives us, »
After starring together in "The Other Guys," Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg reteamed for the new comedy "Daddy's Home." And today, we have a trailer for the film. Check it out below. Plot: "Daddy's Home" follows a mild-mannered radio executive (Ferrell) who strives to become the best stepdad to his wife's two children, but complications ensue when their freewheeling and freeloading real father (Wahlberg) arrives, forcing him to compete for the affection of the kids. The new movie is directed by Sean Anders and John Morris (Horrible Bosses 2) and is set to hit theaters on December 25th. Trailer: »
Directed by Sean Anders, Daddy’S Home follows a mild-mannered radio executive (Ferrell) who strives to become the best stepdad to his wife’s two children, but complications ensue when their freewheeling and freeloading real father (Wahlberg) arrives, forcing him to compete for the affection of the kids.
Will Ferrell (who also produces) on the movie’s tone: “In terms of the movies that we’ve produced, we don’t have any problem doing heightened movies that get crazy. But this one is kind of in the zone of Meet the Parents in that it’s pretty relatable in terms of the scenarios and relationships in it. »
- Michelle McCue
Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg played a pair of mismatched cops in the 2010 action-comedy The Other Guys. This December, the actors will once again join forces in the upcoming film Daddy's Home. Arriving just in time for Father's Day, the first trailer for the Christmas Day-bound comedy has been unveiled, and in the first look, a super cool father (played by Wahlberg) and a nerdy, neurotic stepdad (Ferrell) battle over the affection of their children.
Ferrell bears the brunt of the pain in the Daddy's Home trailer, getting thrown off a motorcycle, »
Just when it looks as if a bond is forming in this new family, all hell breaks loose when the children's much cooler biological dad (Wahlberg) turns up for a visit.
The stakes continue to rise as both men compete in the ultimate battle for fatherly supremacy.
Ferrell portrays a mild-mannered radio executive who strives to become the best possible stepfather to his wife’s two children. Wahlberg plays their freeloading father — who everyone adores in the new trailer.
“There is no way this man is not your better in every way” a Spanish-speaking limo driver tells Ferrell’s character.
The fathers wind up competing for the affection of children, culminating in a scene where Wahlberg’s character has scored courtside seats for a Lakers game. The trailer includes footage that’s already gone viral of Ferrell hitting a cheerleader (played by Taryn Terrell) in the face with a basketball.
- Dave McNary
Did you love Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg in The Other Guys? You're in luck! The pair have reunited for the new comedy movie, Daddy's Home. Paramount set a Christmas Day release date, and has now released the first trailer.
Will Ferrell stars as a mild-mannered radio executive who is striving to be everything to his two new stepchildren. But his role as world's greatest stepdad is jeopardized with the arrival of their real dad, played by Mark Wahlberg. The guy is a freewheeling, freeloading mess...And a lot more fun!
The two competing dads suddenly find themselves in a heated competition for affection. One brings home a dog, the other brings home a pony. And this war only escalates from there. Sean Anders and John Morris co-direct this surefire hit, which also features an all-star ensemble of comedy greats including Linda Cardellini as the mom, Paul Scheer, Thomas Haden Church, »
Just another one of those days where the trailer drops for a movie I didn't even remember writing about just over a year ago. I didn't know Daddy's Home was actually being made and boom, here's a trailer, and it doesn't look half-bad as The Other Guys stars, Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg, reunite for another comedy. This time the story centers on two men battling for the love and attention of their children, one the ex-husband (Wahlberg) the other (Ferrell) the uptight step father. Linda Cardellini plays the wife caught in the middle of their stupidity. Thomas Haden Church and Hannibal Buress are among the film's supporting cast. Paramount has set a Christmas Day release date for the film, which is directed by Sean Anders (Horrible Bosses 2) and John Morris (currently attached to direct the Baywatch movie). Watch the trailer below, personally a looks a little too obvious, »
- Brad Brevet
Paramount released the first trailer for the Mark Wahlberg/Will Ferrell comedy “Daddy’s Home” on Friday. Ferrell plays a straight-laced suburban dad with an excellent credit score who is at a loss when his stepkids’ biological father (Wahlberg) re-enters their lives and challenges him for control of the family. Wahlberg is not above bribing the kids with money and puppies, while Ferrell does his best to score points by bringing home a pony for Christmas. Also Read: Mark Wahlberg-Will Ferrell Comedy 'Daddy's Home' Gets Holiday Release In addition to Ferrell and Wahlberg, the film also stars Linda Cardellini, »
- Joe Otterson
Directed by Sean Anders and John Morris, and written by Brian Burns, Daddy's Home is the second comedy collaboration between Wahlberg and Ferrell following their hit 2010 action-comedy The Other Guys. A mild-mannered radio executive struggles to become a good stepfather to his wife's two children, but complications arise when their father arrives, forcing him to compete for the affection of the kids. Starring Mark Wahlberg, Will Ferrell, Linda Cardellini, Thomas Haden Church, and Alessandra Ambrosio, Daddy's Home is scheduled for theatrical release December 25th, 2015. »
- Pietro Filipponi
While Michael Bay was signed for the first three "Transformers" films, from that point on his involvement is on a 'per film basis'. With the fourth it seemed liked he wouldn't be returning, until a deal was closed that saw him do "Pain & Gain" before going onto "Transformers: Age of Extinction".
Though many are assuming that Bay will return for a fifth entry in the series, that is far from set in stone yet and Bay has several other projects in the works that he could jump to instead. One person who is coming back though is actor Mark Wahlberg and, out doing promotion for "Ted 2," he tells Collider that he thinks Bay will direct it.
Asked if he knows what the status of the film is, he says: "I don’t. Just that Akiva [Goldsman] and those guys are starting to write and break stories, and stuff like that. »
- Garth Franklin
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