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13 items from 2014


The big blockbusters of summer 2015

28 March 2014 4:17 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Feature Simon Brew 31 Mar 2014 - 05:42

Blockbuster season is almost upon us, but what will next summer's big hitters be? Here's a roundup

Once upon a time, summer blockbuster season 2015 was set to be packed with the biggest collision of big franchises we'd ever seen together. However, one by one, lots of these films moved away to other dates. As such, you won't be seeing Star Wars: Episode VII, Pirates Of The Caribbean 5, Independence Day 2, Batman Vs Superman or Finding Dory in a cinema next summer.

But even with those films gone, there's still no shortage of huge movies battling for your cash in a year's time. And as is traditional for us at the start of summer blockbuster season, we've taken a look at what's coming up in 12 months' time.

We kick off at the start of April (although note that March has Kenneth Branagh’s live action Cinderella movie, »

- sarahd

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Maria Bartiromo To Anchor ‘Sunday Morning Futures’ On Fox News Channel

24 March 2014 10:14 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Fox Business Network‘s Maria Bartiromo will anchor a Fox News Channel program, Sunday Morning Futures With Maria Bartiromo, launching Sunday, March 30 at 10 Am Et. The new show will focus on the intersection of commerce and news events, offering viewers in-depth analysis on recent developments in the economy. Bartiromo will interview business leaders and industry newsmakers on topics such as job creation and investment opportunities, providing viewers with an inside look at how to prepare financially for the future. Bartiromo will continue as Fox Business Network’s global markets editor and anchor of Opening Bell With Maria Bartiromo. Last November, Bartiromo, whose contract with CNBC expired that month, announced she was jumping to Fbn, reuniting her with Roger Ailes, who was running CNBC when she joined; she’d been on-air with CNBC since 1993, anchoring Closing Bell and hosted On The Money With Maria Bartiromo. Before that, she did a stint as a producer, »

- THE DEADLINE TEAM

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First Look: Dwayne Johnson is a Bad Ass Chopper Pilot in 'San Andreas'

17 March 2014 12:05 PM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

Production on Fast & Furious 7 will be getting back in swing in April, so it sounds like Dwayne Johnson might be pretty busy over the next few months, because in four weeks he's also slated to start shooting the disaster action thriller San Andreas. Sin City and Sucker Punch star Carla Gugino just joined the film about a special ops firefighter (Johnson) and his ex-wife (Gugino) as they attempt to leave Los Angeles and head to San Francisco in order to rescue their daughter (Alexandra Daddario) after a massive earthquake strikes California. Now we have a first look at Johnson looking like a bad ass with his chopper. Look below! San Andreas first look from Dwayne Johnson's Instagram in a wider version from ComingSoon: San Andreas is directed by Brad Peyton (Journey 2: The Mysterious Island) and written by Allan Loeb (Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps), Carlton Cuse (executive producer »

- Ethan Anderton

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Radical Idea: World-Saving Epics Don’t Need Sequels

10 February 2014 8:46 AM, PST | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Will Smith isn’t going to star in the promised/threatened Independence Day sequel. If we’re all being honest, that’s not really a big deal except to Hollywood accountants still using actuarial tables from 2008 — he was hardly the only lifeline in the 1996 alien invasion flick, and a cigar-chomping cameo might be more exciting than seeing him monopolize the plot. The bigger question is why we need a sequel to it in the first place, but not in the typical insta-response way that decades-later sequels (and remakes) typically provoke. After all, you could look at Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps and think, “Fine, there’s something new to say about greed in a post-Goldman Sachs era.” For ID Forever Part One (Part one!), it’s an exhausting prospect that we’ve got to fight the aliens again and save the planet again and escape that flaming traffic tunnel with the Labrador again. I »

- Scott Beggs

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Win Tickets To The Advance Screening of The Labor Day Movie In St Louis

22 January 2014 6:58 PM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Academy Award® winner Kate Winslet and Academy Award® nominee Josh Brolin join Academy Award® nominated director Jason Reitman for the gripping drama Labor Day, based on Joyce Maynard’s best selling novel of the same name.

As Labor Day weekend approaches, thirteen-year-old Henry Wheeler and his mother Adele venture to the store to buy Henry clothes for the upcoming school year. Life has not been easy for Adele, a divorced, single mother, who rarely ventures further than her house these days.

Wandering the aisles, Henry encounters an injured man named Frank, who solicits Henry and Adele’s help. He is charismatic and intimidatingly persuasive. Reluctantly, Adele agrees to take this stranger home. In so doing, she sets in motion a series of events over this fateful holiday weekend that will make them confront their past and define their future, forever changing their lives.

(c) Mmxiv Paramount Pictures Corporation and Frank’s Pie Company LLC. »

- Movie Geeks

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Disgraced banker Jordan Belfort: Wolf of Wall Street is a 'cautionary tale'

22 January 2014 8:26 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Jailed stockbroker who inspired Martin Scorsese's film told Piers Morgan many have misinterpreted the movie as a glamorisation of financial excess

• Reel history – why Wolf of Wall Street's accuracy muzzles its bite

The real-life crooked stockbroker whose life inspired Martin Scorsese's Oscar-tipped The Wolf of Wall Street has said that the black comedy is a "cautionary tale".

Appearing on the CNN show Piers Morgan Live, in the Us, Jordan Belfort repeated suggestions made by the film's star, Leonardo DiCaprio, that it shouldn't be considered a glamorisation of the drug-fuelled, gilded lifestyle Belfort lived after founding the discredited Long Island brokerage house Stratton Oakmont in the 1990s. Critics say Scorsese and DiCaprio's epic tale of Belfort's rise and fall – the broker served 22 months in jail for securities fraud strikes the wrong tone in its depiction of events that left many of his victims in financial ruin.

"For me, it's »

- Ben Child

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Win a Weekend Getaway for Two From Labor Day Film

21 January 2014 1:24 PM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

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Win a Weekend Getaway for Two courtesy of the upcoming film Labor Day.

Upload a picture to Pinterest using #LaborDayMovie #Love with a vision of what love looks like to you, inspired by the film Labor Day.

One lucky winner will win a special romantic weekend getaway for two to New England, including roundtrip airfare, a three night hotel stay, and four day rental car.

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Official Rules: http://www.labordaymovie.com/OfficialRules.html Ends on Friday, February 7, 2014 at 12:01 Pm Pt .

Labor Day centers on 13-year-old Henry Wheeler, who struggles to be the man of his house and care for his reclusive mother Adele while confronting all the pangs of adolescence.

On a back-to-school shopping trip, Henry and his mother encounter Frank Chambers, a »

- Melissa Thompson

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Carey Mulligan

18 January 2014 1:30 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

She likes dark, difficult characters. She doesn't like questions about her faith, her pop star husband, pet pigs, politics…

• The Coen brothers talk about the film

• Free audio download from the film

• Review: Inside Llewyn Davis

Something strange is going on. Carey Mulligan has requested me as her interviewer of choice. I'm not sure why, but this kind of thing doesn't happen often. If ever. One of Britain's brightest stars has insisted on unburdening herself to yours truly. We've never met. I'm baffled, but excited. Maybe she's got something she wants to get off her chest and sees me as the father confessor of celebrity journalism. I'll take that.

Mulligan, 28, doesn't give many interviews. Nor, for that matter, does she make many films. While in-demand actors churn out movies by the dozen, she is ever so picky about her parts. After being Oscar-nominated for her breakthrough film, An Education, in »

- Simon Hattenstone

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The dark side of Carey Mulligan

18 January 2014 1:30 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

She likes dark, difficult characters. She doesn't like questions about her faith, her pop star husband, pet pigs, politics…

• The Coen brothers talk about the film

• Free audio download from the film

• Review: Inside Llewyn Davis

Something strange is going on. Carey Mulligan has requested me as her interviewer of choice. I'm not sure why, but this kind of thing doesn't happen often. If ever. One of Britain's brightest stars has insisted on unburdening herself to yours truly. We've never met. I'm baffled, but excited. Maybe she's got something she wants to get off her chest and sees me as the father confessor of celebrity journalism. I'll take that.

Mulligan, 28, doesn't give many interviews. Nor, for that matter, does she make many films. While in-demand actors churn out movies by the dozen, she is ever so picky about her parts. After being Oscar-nominated for her breakthrough film, An Education, in »

- Simon Hattenstone

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Ant-Man: Michael Douglas Reveals Why He Signed On

14 January 2014 8:52 AM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Yesterday, Marvel made the surprise announcement that Michael Douglas is playing Hank Pym in Ant-Man, while later confirming that Paul Rudd is playing Scott Lang. In the Marvel comics, Hank Pym creates the original Ant-Man technology, which allows him to shrink to the size of an ant while retaining all of his human strength. Scott Lang came along later as the new Ant-Man in the comics, having stolen Pym's life work.

Just hours after the announcement, Michael Douglas told Reuters that he has always wanted to do a Marvel movie.

"I've been dying to do a Marvel picture for so long. The script is really fun, the director is really good. Dylan (the actor's 13-year-old son) will love it. He'll have a picture he can see."

The announcement came less than 24 hours after he won a Golden Globe award for playing Liberace in the HBO TV movie Behind the Candelabra. »

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Disney's 'Bob the Musical' Gets a Boost

8 January 2014 2:00 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

A long-gestating Disney musical received a big boost this week, signing on a "Rock of Ages" writer to pen the script while keeping the songwriters behind recent blockbuster "Frozen" attached to the project.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Allan Loeb will now write "Bob the Musical," which focuses on a man who, after a sudden blow to the head, can hear the inner songs in other people's hearts. Much to his chagrin, his entire life becomes a musical.

Loeb's other writing credits cover an array of genres, including films such as "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps," "Just Go With It," and "21."

"Bob" has been in the works for a decade, and has seen several high-profile filmmakers (including Adam Shankman and "21 Jump Street" directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller) come and go. But "Bob" has no doubt benefited from the recent success of "Frozen," since its songsmiths, Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez »

- Katie Roberts

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Allan Loeb To Write Bob: The Musical

7 January 2014 1:37 AM, PST | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Allan Loeb, the screenwriter behind The Dilemma, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps and the film adaptation of Rock Of Ages, has signed on to write the screenplay for Disney's planned Bob: The Musical.The film's been in development of one sort or another since 2004, with Phil Lord and Chris Miller most recently attached to direct and Adam Shankman aboard prior to that. With songs by the so-hot-right-now Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, the husband-and-wife team behind Winnie The Pooh and more recently the box-office blockbuster Frozen, it seems to have stepped up a gear in the wake of that film's success.The story follows a mild-mannered regular Joe who, after being hit on the head, starts to hear the "inner song of everyone's heart" as his life is turned into a musical - much to his dismay.There's no director currently attached, but Disney will be hoping that Loeb's script »

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San Andreas 3D Writer Allan Loeb Will Pen Bob: The Musical for Disney

6 January 2014 5:44 PM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Disney has hired Allan Loeb (Rock of Ages) to write their long-gestating Bob: The Musical, which has been in development at the studio since 2004.

The story follows an ordinary man named Bob, who suffers a blow to the head that causes him to hear the inner songs of everyone he meets, essentially turning his life into a musical, although he is not pleased with this new gift.

We first reported on the project in July 2004, when Mark Waters was attached to direct from a script by Mike Binder. The project was stalled until December 2010, when Phil Lord and Chris Miller were in talks to direct. Matthew Fogel signed on to rewrite the script in December 2011, but that was the last we heard about the musical, until now.

Chris Bender, J.C. Spink, Jake Weiner, Beau Flynn and Tripp Vinson are producing, with Frozen's Robert Lopez and Kristin Anderson-Lopez writing the music and lyrics. »

- MovieWeb

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