1-20 of 146 items from 2015 « Prev | Next »
They're going to be here earlier than expected. The evil spirits in the Bowen home apparently cannot wait to be unleashed on a new generation of moviegoers, as 20th Century Fox has changed the release date of their Poltergeist remake from July 24th to May 22nd.
"Legendary filmmaker Sam Raimi (“Spiderman,” “Evil Dead”, “The Grudge”) and director Gil Kenan (“Monster House”) contemporize the classic tale about a family whose suburban home is haunted by evil forces. When the terrifying apparitions escalate their attacks and hold the youngest daughter captive, the family must come together to rescue her before she disappears forever."
The new release date is according to Box Office Mojo. Directed by Gil Kenan off a screenplay by David Lindsay-Abaire, and produced by Sam Raimi, Robert Tapert, and Roy Lee, the Poltergeist remake stars Sam Rockwell, Rosemarie DeWitt, Jared Harris, Jane Adams, Saxon Sharbino, Kennedi Clements, and Kyle Catlett. »
- Derek Anderson
Avalanche Studios' Mad Max game has a release date, but there's bad news for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 owners.
The new Mad Max game by Avalanche Studios has been given a release date. It'll arrive on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on September 1, according to Game Informer's exclusive reveal.
“What about Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3?” You may ask. Well, sadly this is no longer going to happen, as the last gen version of the game has been binned, making it a current gen-only release.
This cancellation has given Avalanche Studios more time to focus on the current gen release, adding more spit and polish. This will be a good thing for current gen owners, but if you're yet to buy a new console, you'll be understandably miffed.
The game will also have the regulation pre-order bonus, which here will be an exclusive car body called The Ripper. This comes with a V8 engine, »
Warner Bros. announced today that their Mad Max game developed by Avalanche Studios will be released on September 1st in the U.S and September 4th in the UK for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
In addition to this news (according to Game Informer) the originally planned PS3 and Xbox 360 versions have been cancelled so the team can put more effort into the title on next-gen.
Mad Max was originally planned to release last year in 2014 but was delayed until 2015 for unannounced reasons. Coincidentally the new film Mad Max: Fury Road starring Tom Hardy will be released this year on May 15th.
- Alan Heath
Liam Neeson's new thriller "Run All Night" is intense. It's a nonstop, pulse-pounding rollercoaster pretty much from the get-go, and it doesn't let up until the credits roll, as we watch Neeson (as a former mafia enforcer nicknamed The Gravedigger by local authorities) try to evade crooked cops, hired killers, and mobsters, over the course of one crazy night. And a big part of gives the movie its white-knuckle excitement, adding to its propulsive, unrelenting drive, is the score by Tom Holkenborg aka Junkie Xl.
Holkenberg is a Dutch DJ and musician who has worked closely with Hans Zimmer on a number of scores, including "The Dark Knight Rises," "Inception," "Man of Steel," and "Amazing Spider-Man 2." On his own he's scored things like "300: Rise of an Empire" and "Divergent" (he'll also provide the score for this summer's hotly anticipated "Mad Max: Fury Road"), plus a whole host of video games. »
- Drew Taylor
"In the not too distant future... there will be no civilization... there will be no heroes... there will only be madmen... and the main force patrol"... and the ultimate home media release of George Miller's classic dystopian action-thriller, Mad Max. Like Fifi, Scream Factory is looking to bring back our heroes with their Mad Max Collector’s Edition Blu-ray that hits shelves on May 5th (ten days before Mad Max: Fury Road roars into theaters). The final bonus features for the anticipated release have been revealed and they include a batch of new interviews, including one with Max himself, Mel Gibson.
From Scream Factory: "**Final List of Extras revealed for Mad Max (Collector’S Edition) Blu-ray release!**
- Derek Anderson
I couldn’t possibly be more excited about Mad Max: Fury Road, which blasts its way into theaters on May 15th. Perfectly timed with the release, Scream Factory is putting the original classic onto Blu-ray, and we’ve got all the details… Continue Reading →
The post Full Details on Scream Factory’s Ass-Kicking Mad Max Collector’s Edition Blu-ray appeared first on Dread Central. »
- John Squires
Fans of visionary director George Miller (The Road Warrior, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome and Mad Max: Fury Road) and Oscar®-winning director/producer/actor Mel Gibson (Braveheart, Lethal Weapon) know well the dystopian action adventures of Max Rockatansky from the highly popular Mad Max movies. Relive the high-octane action, experience the visceral thrills, and see the beginning of this legendary road warrior before the brand new major motion picture hits theaters. On May 5, 2015, Scream Factory™ is proud to present Mad Max Collector’s Edition Blu-ray™, packed with insightful bonus content, including all-new interviews with Mel Gibson, Joanne Samuel, director of photography David Eggby, special audio commentary, retrospective featurettes and much more! This definitive collector’s »
- Pietro Filipponi
Starz has cast actress Riley Keough (Magic Mike, Mad Max: Fury Road) in “The Girlfriend Experience,” a 13-part anthology series produced by Transactional Pictures. The series, which is inspired by the 2009 Magnolia Pictures film of the same title and executive produced by Steven Soderbergh and Philip Fleishman, explores the relationships between the exclusive courtesans and their clients, for whom they provide far more than just sex.Keough will star as Christine Reade, a law student at the University of Chicago and an intern at a prestigious law firm, who is intrigued when a friend introduces her to the world of […] »
- April Neale
Directed by Jaume Collett-Sera, the film follows Brooklyn hit man Jimmy Conlon (Neeson), who finds himself haunted by the sins of his past when his estranged son becomes a target of his longtime best friend, mob boss Shawn Maguire (Harris).
The film opens in theaters nationwide March 13th, 2015. The Run All Night original motion picture soundtrack will be available on Water Tower Music on March 10th, 2015.
- Michelle McCue
Riley Keough gives fans a behind the scenes look at Mad Max: Fury Road and reveals it was one of the ''coolest experiences'' on the film set where she met her future husband. The 25-year-old actress recently married stuntman Ben Smith-Peterson after meeting him whilst they worked on 'Mad Max: Fury Road' and will always treasure her stint making the film. She said: ''It was truly one of the coolest experiences. It was a different experience to most films - we were all together day and night, we all lived next door to each other, we'd work together all day then come home and eat dinner and watch movies together. ''I made a lot of friends and it was really hard work, mentally and physically - there was a lot of alcohol and tears. ''We also had the best time with each other. You really get to »
Turns out Runaways actress Riley Keough's wedding earlier this month was the place to be for every cool girl in Hollywood.
The 25-year-old granddaughter of Elvis Presley married stuntman Ben Smith-Petersen on Feb. 4 in Napa Valley, Calif., and had quite the star-studded guestlist. Just some of the A-listers who came to celebrate the nuptials included her Runaways co-star Kristen Stewart, model Cara Delevigne and her Mad Max: Fury Road co-star Zoe Kravitz. Fifty Shades of Grey star Dakota Johnson also served as a bridesmaid.
Hellomagazine.com just released shots of the beautiful bride -- who looked stunning next to her mom Lisa Marie Presley, and her grandmother Priscilla Presley -- in a Delphine Manivet long-sleeved French lace gown featuring vintage-style buttons and an open back.
The intimate wedding at the luxury resort Calistoga Ranch was attended by only 80 of the couple's close friends and family »
Bad weather hurting theme park attendance and a weak lineup of films that hurt its distribution business meant weaker financial results for Australian multinational Village Roadshow Limited.
For the six months to end of December – the first half of its 2015 financial year – the film and entertainment group reported revenues down 2% at Us$417 million (A$470 million) and net profits down 27% to Us$12.2 million (A$13.8 million) compared with the same period last year.
The bad weather affecting the East Coast of Australia particularly damaged its business in Sydney and the Gold Coast.
The company says the second half will be significantly better than the first, but still represent a drop on the 2014 financial year. “The second half of FY2015 is expected to be significantly stronger than the first half, however due to the results to 31 December 2014, it is estimated that Vrl’s attributable net profit, before material items and discontinued operations for »
- Patrick Frater
Welcome back to Best Movie Trailers of the Week, a column where we handpick the best new movie trailers that have arrived online over the past week. Welcome to Me I’ll watch anything starring Kristen Wiig, but this new trailer for Welcome to Me sells Wiig’s character as a particularly unique woman who winds up in an especially curious, amusing and mildly relevant situation. It doesn’t seem like that big of a stretch for a lottery winner to buy her own show and thanks to Wiig’s natural charm, the piece leaves you hoping Alice Klieg defies the odds, doesn’t waste a good chunk of her winnings on nothing and actually manages to become an unlikely but successful talk show host. Mad Max: Fury Road Mad Max does it again! Even though...
- Perri Nemiroff
Mad Max: Fury Road started shooting all of the way back in July of 2012 – so by my reckoning, it will have been three years by the time it finally makes it to cinemas this summer. Actually, we’ve been waiting 30 years for a new sequel to the George Miller franchise that began with Mel Gibson all of the way back in 1979. In ‘Fury Road’ Tom Hardy assumes the role of Max, with the action pretty much revolving around an apparent continuous road chase; ‘a western on wheels, with very little dialogue’ (a quote from Miller at the San Diego Comic-Con).
An apocalyptic story set in the furthest reaches of our planet, in a stark desert landscape where humanity is broken, »
- Paul Heath
When last we saw Max Rockatansky, he had saved a plane full of children, played a smashing game of chicken with the fierce Ironbar Bassey, and was left wandering the desert for parts unknown. He also looked a lot like Mel Gibson. But a lot has changed in the 30 years (!!) since Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome came out in 1985. Will audiences still care for this "raggedy man" hero with a taste for motor mayhem? We are about to find out, as Warner Bros. gets back into the Mad Max business this summer. Mad Max: Fury Road continues the story of Max Rockatansky with several new faces and one very important old one: George Miller, who directs the sequel to his hard-hitting trilogy of hits after decades of rocky pre-production. Whet your whistle for the upcoming Mad Max movie with this explosive trailer: And then sink your teeth into our comprehensive guide »
Mad Max: Fury Road has released a new international trailer.
Mel Gibson starred in the original films, the last of which - Beyond Thunderdome - was released in 1985.
Vertigo comics will be releasing Mad Max tie-in comics to coincide with the film's release.
Mad Max: Fury Road will be released on May 15. »
It may not have the profile of Star Wars or The Avengers, but we're eagerly, eagerly awaiting the release of George Miller's long in gestation new Mad Max movie. Mad Max: Fury Road shows signs of being far closer to Mad Max and The Road Warrior than Beyond Thunderdome, so that's a good start. That, and you'll be hard-pressed to find a blockbuster that relies so heavily on practical stunt work this year.
A new trailer for the film has landed, with this one debuting in Japan. Hence, you get some subtitles here. But it also gives a real flavour as to what we're getting.
We've been not-so-quietly freaking out about Mad Max: Fury Road for the past few months thanks to an increasingly amazing trailer campaign for the movie, with each new round of jaw-dropping footage somehow topping the last. It just looks so risky and weird and inventive, which are three words that don't often describe action movies these days, yet alone studio ones with big budgets. A new Japanese trailer has hit online and it once again has our tongues wagging. There's not a massive heaping of new footage in this one -- it's actually shorter than all of the other trailers -- but there's a frenetic energy to it that once again reminds us that even in a summer with Avengers and Ant-Man, Mad Max: Fury Road is possibly our most anticipated movie. Oh, and if you...
- Peter Hall
Mad Max Fury Road Japanese Trailer. George Miller‘s Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) international movie trailer stars Megan Gale, Courtney Eaton, Riley Keough, Abbey Lee Kershaw, and Adelaide Clemens. Mad Max: Fury Roads‘ plot synopsis: “Mad Max: Fury Road is the fourth film of George Miller‘s Road [...]
Continue reading: Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) International Movie Trailer is Intense »
- Rollo Tomasi
Because you can never have too much Mad Max: Fury Road, the Japanese trailer for the upcoming movie only features quick snippets of new images but really, who cares? It's just a great excuse to basically repost the fantastic trailer for George Miller's new movie.
Less than three months before this gloriousness appears. Bring on the IMAX! I want to be completely enveloped in this batshit crazy world. Thumbs up for the production team!
Mad Max: Fury Road opens May 15.
[Continued ...] »
1-20 of 146 items from 2015 « Prev | Next »
IMDb.com, Inc. takes no responsibility for the content or accuracy of the above news articles, Tweets, or blog posts. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only. The news articles, Tweets, and blog posts do not represent IMDb's opinions nor can we guarantee that the reporting therein is completely factual. Please visit the source responsible for the item in question to report any concerns you may have regarding content or accuracy.See our NewsDesk partners