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Daylight’s End, 2016.
Directed by William Kaufman.
Years after a mysterious plague has devastated the planet and turned most of humanity into blood-hungry creatures, a rogue drifter on a vengeful hunt stumbles across a band of survivors in an abandoned police station and reluctantly agrees to try to help them defend themselves and escape to the sanctuary they so desperately need.
Johnny Strong (Fast and the Furious, Black Hawk Down) plays Thomas Rourke, a loner on the move in a post apocalyptic world filled with zombies after an outbreak. I was a little worried when the opening credits showed snippets of news reports detailing how the zombie apocalypse had escalated, much like another famous zombie movie, World War Z, but my worries were for nought. This movie turned out to be a high action, quick moving film that could »
- Tai Freligh
“You’ve always been crazy, this is just the first chance you’ve had to express yourself.”
Twenty-five years ago, in one of the greatest road movies of all time, Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon rode to everlasting fame as two women who embark on a crime spree across the American southwest in Thelma & Louise – and on Aug. 21 and 24, they’re journeying back to more than 500 movie theaters across the country.
For two days only at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. local time, audiences can take the wild ride with Thelma (Geena Davis) and Louise (Susan Sarandon) all over again in a special Thelma & Louise 25th Anniversary celebration, presented by Fathom Events, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Park Circus. This special two-day-only event also includes an exclusive all-new introduction from movie critic Ben Lyons.
Tickets for the Thelma & Louise 25th Anniversary can be purchased online beginning Friday (July 22) by visiting www. »
- Tom Stockman
For the past few weeks, there has been a new piece of Transformers: The Last Knight character artwork unveiled through various social media channels every day. Yesterday, Megatron's new robot form was unveiled, and today we have our first glimpse at the iconic Autobot Bumblebee, and what he will look like after transforming. We have already seen the 2016 Chevy Camaro that will be used when Bee is in vehicle mode, but this image gives us our first look at Bumblebee's new robot mode design.
We already know that Bumblebee will be getting his own spinoff, with Paramount setting a June 6, 2018 release date back in February. While very little is known about the plot, this project is said to give Bumblebee his own origin story. It remains to be seen whether or not this design will also be used for this spinoff as well. As for the design elements, Bee looks largely similar to previous incarnations, »
Last night, as the greatest athletes from around the globe competed for the highest distinction in the sporting world, something actually important happened: a new trailer for the upcoming Star Wars spinoff Rogue One premiered! It's already racked up 2.8 million views on YouTube and counting, and in two minutes and 15 seconds, a lot of material to sort through gets thrown at you — new characters, new locations, and new hints to fuel brand-spankin'-new conspiracy theories. (So Forest Whitaker, what, just grew hair between the first teaser and this clip?)
We've taken »
Over the past few days, new photos of the Autobots in Transformers: The Last Knight have been released through the sequel's official Twitter. We've shown you a closer look at the new Vespa scooter Autobot Sqweeks, along with Crosshairs, Drift, Hot Rod and, of course, Optimus Prime. Today we have one more Autobot to unveil, Hound, along with the Decepticon leader Megatron and the evil cop car Decepticon Barricade. If that wasn't enough, we also have a new video featuring returning star Josh Duhamel.
Like the previous photos released on Twitter, we get some key stats for Hound and his Decepticon enemies Megatron and Barricade. For instance, Megatron is the tallest of this trio, standing 30 feet tall, while Hound is just 24 feet tall and Barricade is 16 feet tall. Hound is described as a "boisterous Autobot commando" who "always has his finger on a trigger." Barricade is a "duplicitous Decepticon sentry, »
We last saw Hound in Transformers: Age of Extinction, and he was among the Autobots assigned to protect the Yeager family by Optimus Prime in that movie's closing minutes. He doesn't look drastically different here, but the character has definitely received some upgrades which will make the boisterous warrior an even more formidable threat as the heroes head into battle against the Decepticons. Set to be released on June 23rd next year, the movie will feature the return of Mark Wahlberg as Cade Yeager as well as new roles for Isabela Moner and Jerrod Carmichael. Production on Transformers: The Last Knight is set to begin on June 6th, and will then move to currently unrevealed locations around the world as a new adventure begins. With Bay back in the director’s chair, the screenplay for the movie was written by Iron Man's Art Marcum and Matt Holloway along with Ken Nolan »
As production continues on Paramount's Transformers: The Last Knight, director Michael Bay has taken it upon himself to introduce all of these old and new robots in disguise. Over the weekend, we got a new look at Autobots Drift and Sqweeks, and today we have another Autobot warrior, Crosshairs. We first met Crosshairs in 2014's Transformers: Age of Extinction, and he appears to be quite identical in appearance from the previous blockbuster.
Director Michael Bay revealed the photo on Twitter last night, teasing that the only thing green about Crosshairs is his color, inferring that he is quite experienced in battle. In Transformers: Age of Extinction, Crosshairs' vehicular form was a lime green 2014 C7 Corvette Stingray. Since this Autobot is practically identical in appearance from the previous movie, it's believed that he will still transform into a newer model of the Corvette Stingray, but we don't know for sure. It »
Voiced by John Dimaggio in Transformers: Age of Extinction, Crosshairs was among the Autobots ordered to stay on Earth to protects the Yeager family at the end of that movie. We now know that he'll be back for The Last Knight, and while he hasn't undergone too radical a makeover, there are definitely some pretty cool changes which ensure that Paramount will be able to sell plenty of toys next summer! Set to be released on June 23rd next year, the movie will feature the return of Mark Wahlberg as Cade Yeager as well as new roles for Isabela Moner and Jerrod Carmichael. Production on Transformers: The Last Knight is set to begin on June 6th, and will then move to currently unrevealed locations around the world as a new adventure begins. With Bay back in the director’s chair, the screenplay for the movie was written by Iron Man's »
Back in June, just a few weeks after production started on Transformers: The Last Knight, director Michael Bay unveiled the first look at a new robot in disguise, dubbed Sqweeks, who was seen in a photo alongside the director and actress Isabela Moner. Today we have a new glimpse at Sqweeks, which confirms that this robot is an Autobot, and its name is spelled "Sqweeks" instead of "Squeeks" as originally believed. This robot is also described as "a human's best friend".
This photo debuted on the official Twitter for the Transformers franchise, which recently posted a new photo of Drift before this Sqweeks image. We have previously seen some of our favorite Autobots and Decepticons such as Megatron, Bumblebee and Barricade. Production started in June, but we don't know how long filming is set to last for.
The Last Knight centers on Optimus Prime, who has been searching through the cosmos for the Quintessons, »
The past few weeks have not been short on new reveals from Transformers: The Last Knight, the fifth installment in this ever expanding franchise, and the final chapter to be directed by Michael Bay, who has helmed every live-action movie so far. Today, we get yet another reveal of a character we already know is coming back. Earlier in July, we got to see Drift's new car mode. Today, we get to see the samurai's upgraded robot mode.
Drift will be a black and red Mercedes-amg Gt R in Transformers 5. And it represents a completely new look for this fan-favorite Autobot. The character was first introduced on the big screen in 2014's Transformers: Age of Extinction. He is voiced by Ken Watanabe. The actor returns to reprise the role a second time.
Seen as blue in his first screen incarnation, Drift is now very red, and very colorful. Perhaps »
Mark Harrison Aug 5, 2016
Hello to Jason Isaacs! Through roles in an impressive array of movies, from indies to massive blockbusters on both sides of the pond, he's become one of our favourite character actors. We've found that no matter how the film turns out, you can guarantee that if he's in it, his performance is going to be one of the highlights.
Off-screen, Isaacs has a whole other profile of popularity. Out of several prominent celebrity fans of Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo's film review show on BBC Radio 5 Live, he's the patron saint of their “church of Wittertainment”, and “hello to Jason Isaacs” is the show's first, most popular catchphrase.
Some might argue »
According to Deadline, Stults – best known for roles across Enlisted and, more recently The Odd Couples – has inked a deal to charge into the fiery mouth of madness as one of Lionsgate’s Hotshots, a group of seasoned firefighters who tragically lost their live three years ago during the Yarnell Hill wildfire.
Adapted for the big screen by Penned by Black Hawk Down scribe Ken Nolan and Eric Warren Singer, Granite Mountain has already enlisted the likes of Jennifer Connelly, Josh Brolin, Bleed for This star Miles Teller, Jeff Bridges, Taylor Kitsch, Ben Hardy and James Badge Dale. But arguably the most notable talent can be found behind the lens – Joseph Kosinski.
Having made his break in Hollywood through cutting-edge science fiction (see Tron: Legacy and the Tom Cruise-fronted Oblivion), Kosinski is embarking on a marked creative shift with Granite Mountain and we couldn’t be more excited. »
- Michael Briers
Over the past few months, we've seen a number of videos and photos from the set of Transformers: The Last Knight, as director Michael Bay continues production. Our last photo gave us our first glimpse at the new Decepticon Onslaught, but today we have a new poster which teases Optimus Prime getting ready to do battle with what appear to be a few robot dragons. This is the first we're hearing about or seeing these dragons, so hopefully we'll have more details soon.
Imp Awards revealed the poster, which fans in New York City have already seen. This banner image debuted in Times Square last month, but now it has officially arrived online. This poster's arrival is still quite surprising, since we have several months before this summer adventure hits theaters, and filming is still under way. Perhaps this means we could get the first trailer earlier than expected, but we don't know for sure. »
This fifth film in the series, the first crafted from a new writing initiative with the future of the franchise mapped out, sees the return of Mark Wahlberg as Cade Yeager, Josh Duhamel as Lieutenant Colonel Lennox, and Tyrese Gibson as Robert Epps along with first timers to the franchise - Isabela Moner, Jerrod Carmichael, Laura Haddock, Santiago Cabrera and Sir Anthony Hopkins.
Also appearing robot form are Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Drift, Megatron, Barricade, Sqweeks and Onslaught. Michael Bay directs from a script written by "Iron Man" scribes Art Marcum & Matt Holloway along with "Black Hawk Down" scribe Ken Nolan. Ian Bryce, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Don Murphy and Tom DeSanto will produce.
"Transformers: The Last Knight" will debut in »
- Garth Franklin
As we’ve done with Netflix, Amazon Video, and HBO Go, let’s take a look at what’s coming and going on Hulu Plus in August 2016! Titles in bold are my personal recommendations to check out after they’re released or before they leave. Coming in August 2016 August 1 You’re The Worst (Complete Season 2) A.R.C.H.I.E. A Good Woman The Accused Beavis and Butt-Head Do America The Best Man Beverly Hills Cop Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure Black Hawk Down Body The Care Bears Movie Chasing Amy Clerks Cloverfield Coffee and Cigarettes Death Do Us Part Disturbing
Find Out What’s Coming and Going on Hulu in August 2016 »
- Jasef Wisener
Between director Michael Bay's personal website and the social media channels for Transformers: The Last Knight, there have been a slew of updates from the set, whether it be photos introducing new characters, or videos featuring new scenes being shot. Ever since filming started last month, Michael Bay has been sending out official photos of the new Autobots and Decepticons that will be featured in this sequel, and today we have another new vehicle reveal. The director gave us our first look at a new Decepticon known as Onslaught.
The photo debuted at MichaelBay.com, although the director wouldn't reveal any further details about this character. Fans of the original animated series may remember Onslaught as the leader of a group known as the Combaticons, who would all turn into the combined massive robot known as Bruticus. We don't know for sure if the Combaticons or Bruticus will be »
We now know that a new Decepticon will be making his presence felt in Transformers: The Last Knight as it has been revealed today that Onslaught is coming to the franchise. The villainous leader of a group of military elite Decepticons known as the Combaticons, it remains to be seen how he'll be portrayed here, but this is a character fans have been waiting a very long time to see in live-action. Set to be released on June 23rd next year, the movie will feature the return of Mark Wahlberg as Cade Yeager as well as new roles for Isabela Moner and Jerrod Carmichael. Production on Transformers: The Last Knight is set to begin on June 6th, and will then move to currently unrevealed locations around the world as a new adventure begins. With Bay back in the director’s chair, the screenplay for the movie was written by Iron »
A callous and unrelenting group of villains are set to battle the apocalypse in the newly released stills, poster and official trailer from the upcoming sci-fi film, ‘The Sector.’ The drama’s photos, poster and trailer were unveiled by its production company, Copper Kid Productions, as the movie was presented at this weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con. ‘The Sector’ marks the feature film writing and directorial debuts of filmmaker Josh Ridgway, who also served as a producer on the drama. The post-apocalyptic thriller stars Richard Tyson (‘The Perfect Weapon,’ ‘Black Hawk Down’), Kayla Carlyle (‘Jurassic City’), John Wesley Shipp (The CW’s ‘The Flash’), Vernon Wells (‘Mad Max,’ ‘Commando’), Eric Roberts (‘The Dark [ Read More ]
- Karen Benardello
"Your innocence will never abandon you..." Focus World has debuted a brand new official Us trailer for Natalie Portman's directorial debut, a drama called A Tale of Love and Darkness, set against the backdrop of the end of the British Mandate for Palestine and the early years of the State of Israel. Natalie Portman plays Fania Oz, the mother of Amos Oz, a person from real life who eventually becomes a writer, journalist, and advocate of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The film focuses mostly on his youth and his relationship with his mother. The cast includes Amir Tessler as the young Amos Oz, as well as Gilad Kahana, Ohad Knoller, Makram Khoury and Rotem Keinan. This looks powerful with some stunning cinematography by Slawomir Idziak (of Black Hawk Down, Gattaca). Have a look below. Here's an official Us trailer for Natalie Portman's A Tale of Love and Darkness, »
- Alex Billington
Natalie Portman will be seen in a second Terrence Malick film soon (fingers crossed), as well as new films from Xavier Dolan, Alex Garland, and Pablo Larraín within the next year, but before that, she’ll finally debut her first directorial effort in U.S. theaters this summer. Following a premiere at Cannes Film Festival last year, we now have the U.S. trailer for A Tale of Love and Darkness.
Based on a bestselling book of the same name by author Amos Oz, it chronicles Oz’s early life during the end of the British Mandate for Palestine and the beginning of the new formed Jewish state. With cinematography from Slawomir Idziak (Black Hawk Down, Gattaca), the reception thus far has been a bit muted, but we’re looking forward to see what Portman can do behind the camera considering the great directors she’s worked with thus far. »
- Jordan Raup
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