This week we've seen what appears to be photos of the Stormtroopers, as well as some concept art for Trooper designs from 'Star Wars: Episode 7,' but today brings some much, much bigger news: it seems that we might know who the villains (more than one!) are in the newest installment of the classic franchise.
In case you forgot, there were not one, but two 'Journey to the Center of the Earth' movies, and one of them starred Dwayne Johnson. And since everyone likes having their own franchise, Johnson will star in two more of these sequels, which have now hired the writers of 'The Conjuring.' We are now filled with the hope that perhaps these movies will take a dark turn and find Johnson and his young companions battling clapping ghosts.
Fans of last year's 'Texas Chainsaw' reboot/sequel will be happy to know that there is another installment on the way, but this time it's a prequel. And since it will focus on the origins of the most famous face in the franchise, it's been given the creative title of 'Leatherface.'
Well, we don't know about you guys, but we've resigned ourselves to our new nostalgia machine overlords. Their latest decree: the film reboot of the long-running 'Power Rangers' TV series will officially hit theaters in 2016. That gives you plenty of time to figure out an excuse for where you need to be that day -- whether that's an excuse so you can go see the movie or an excuse to avoid it is up to you. The power is yours. Wait. That was 'Captain Planet.'
While filming for season 4 of 'Girls' is already underway in New York, the show isn't quite done adding some new talent to the roster. Joining an already stellar line-up of guest stars is Jake Lacy, who played Jenny Slate's love interest in the indie rom-com 'Obvious Child.'
A remake of 'Ben-Hur' has been in development for a little while now, with a planned release date in early 2016. And now the new film from director Timur Bekmambetov is eyeing the fiercely awesome Tom Hiddleston to take the reigns of the chariot in the leading role.
Lauren Bacall, the legendary actress who gave us memorable performances in classic films like 'Key Largo' and 'How to Marry a Millionaire,' has sadly passed away at the age of 89. A talented woman who appeared in many films in the Golden Age of Hollywood, Bacall was a true silver screen icon.
We've known for a little while that Aquaman will be a part of the new DC and Warner Bros. superhero movie universe. We've also known for a while that 'Game of Thrones' star Jason Momoa is filling the hero's slippery shoes. And with WB recently claiming several release dates, it was just a matter of time before a new solo-superhero movie was announced -- one that's not Superman or Batman. Yes, that's right, Aquaman is getting his very own movie.
In a completely tragic and unfathomable turn of events, beloved actor and comedian Robin Williams has died at the age of 63. Williams was found in his home in California earlier today, as confirmed by the Marin County Sheriff's department.
The first U.S. trailer for British horror flick 'The Canal' is now online, and it looks like a damn good scary time. It's easy to see how this new film has been impressing audiences on the festival circuit this year, and lucky for you, it's coming to theaters and VOD this October -- 'tis the season for some seriously spooky business.