The first Steve Jobs movie was pretty terrible. Shortly after his death, two movies were said to be in the works. The first, rushed and ham-handed, only set the stage for the second, a big-budget hollywood affair. It seems as though on big star, Leonardo DiCaprio, is no longer interested in playing Steve Jobs.
The concept of having or even wanting to leave Earth for good has long haunted humanity. Are we really destroying our planet, forcing decay acre by acre, or will the terra rebound and take its revenge? Interstellar is Christopher Nolan’s attempt to answer the former without the latter, and the latest trailer for his film looks spectacular.
We've movies based on arcade games and movies based on plastic bricks, so it only makes sense that we'll soon have a movie based on the beloved waster of time known as Tetris. Such is according to The Wall Street Journal, which is reporting that Threshold Entertainment will be making a live-action film based around it.
It was only a matter of time before Netflix moved on from television to movies. According to Deadline, Netflix has penned a deal to release a Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon sequel called The Green Legend. Most notably, the movie will premiere on Netflix alongside release in IMAX theaters.
Can't get enough movie props? Hollywood Collectibles Group has rolled out a limited supply of batarangs from the Michael Keaton-era Batman movies, one of which includes an LED display as seen in Batman Returns. They're sent in a case for display in your collection, but there's no shame in taking one out and letting it fly.
The upcoming movie Automata has a somewhat tired storyline; big, bad company creates robots that turn on humans, and an investigator close to cracking who is behind it all. The difference with this one is that it doesn’t seem to bend to the undertow of “there has to be something good behind all of this”. There is no clean takeaway — the robots aren’t friendly, and humans are being edged out of the picture.
Some games graphics, especially cutscenes, have started to look so real that sometimes it feels as if you're actually watching a live action film. Sometimes it makes you wonder why these aren't turned into movies themselves. Fret not, true believer, as Activision is said to be wondering about that too, and might actually do something about it as well.
Marvel has officially kicked off production for its temporarily ill-fated Ant-Man superhero movie, one of several titles it has in the works. This film, in particular, is slated to release in the United States on July 17 of next year, and does, indeed, star Paul Rudd as previously rumored.