Dean Israelite

The New ‘Power Rangers’ Try Their Hand at Catalogue Modeling in First Cast Photo

by Britt Hayes March 3, 2016 @ 7:45 PM
Lionsgate / Entertainment Weekly
Is this the first cast photo from the upcoming Power Rangers movie, or is this promoting the new juniors line in the latest Macy’s catalogue? The only proof we have of the former (aside from its debut in Entertainment Weekly) is the absence of a caption telling us how to get Trini’s cool grunge look.

‘Power Rangers’ Movie Reportedly Gets an Interesting Title, New Character Details

by Britt Hayes October 28, 2015 @ 7:03 PM
While we previously assumed that the new Power Rangers movie would be a reboot, a new report suggests that’s not quite accurate. In addition to providing a few new details and character names, the latest on the upcoming Power Rangers film reveals a very…interesting…choice of title for the risky big budget project.

‘Power Rangers’ Details Connect the Reboot to the Original Series in Wacky Ways

by Britt Hayes June 30, 2015 @ 6:15 PM
Although we were previously promised a film that would be “mature but playful,” the new details about the Power Rangers reboot make this film sound downright silly. It may be a reboot, but it definitely still features heroes, villains and specifics that you’re familiar with from the series. Basically, that fun Hollywood cliche applies: it’s different, but the same.

‘Power Rangers’ Movie Eyes ‘Project Almanac’ Director

by Britt Hayes April 11, 2015 @ 12:36 PM
Power Rangers feels like such a strange property to reboot for the big screen, but then again, the idea of reviving Transformers as a live-action film franchise also seemed pretty weird at the time (and still kind of does). Last we heard, Roberto Orci is producing the new Power Rangers movie, which has been seeking a director for some time. They may have just found one in Project Almanac director Dean Israelite.

‘Project Almanac’ Review: Found Footage Goes Back to the Future

by Matt Singer January 29, 2015 @ 9:13 AM
Woe be unto humanity if teenagers discover time travel. That’s the main takeaway from the entertaining new found-footage thriller ‘Project Almanac,’ in which a quintet of adolescents find a time machine, and do exactly what a bunch of adolescents would do if they found a time machine: Party, prank, and screw around with no thought to the consequences of their actions. These kids know and cite ‘Looper’ and ‘The Terminator,’ but the movie they should have paid attention to was ‘The Butterfly Effect,’ because they seem caught off-guard when their innocent misadventures in the timestream begin to ripple out in dangerous ways.

'Doctor Strange' is Close to Getting a Director

by Damon Houx February 20, 2014 @ 8:30 PM
With all the success Marvel is having with their recent advertising campaign for 'Guardians of the Galaxy,' it appears that audiences are ready for phase three of Marvel's movies, which means meeting some of the weirder and more obscure characters from their collection. It can't get much odder than 'Doctor Strange,' and he appears to be next on the docket as Marvel has a shortlist of directors for the project.