Twenty-two years have passed since the debacle on Isla Nublar, and now the brainchild of John Hammond has been fully realized. Welcome everybody, to Jurassic World...the park is open. People flock from all over to marvel at the wonders, that the luxury resort and theme park have provided for their entertainment. Two of these guests, just happen to be the young nephews of the park operations manager, Claire Dearing. The main attraction of course
Call him a grave robber or call him a liberator of rare antiquities, but certainly call Indiana Jones one of the most iconic characters in movie history. And in an interview for Vanity Fair, Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy vowed the character will return for a fifth film in the Indiana Jones franchise. Disney's 2012 purchase of Lucasilm gave them rights to more than what existed "a long time ago in
The universe is rapidly expanding...the Ghostbusters universe, that is. It has been roughly a month and a half since the announcement of the four female leads for Paul Feig's franchise reboot. And just yesterday it was reported that another Ghostbusters film, with male leads, is in the works. Channing Tatum was mentioned to be joining the project as a producer, but naturally the studio would love to have him as
The word is already out there that Disney intends to reboot the Indiana Jones series. In fact, last month it came to light that Chris Pratt was being sized up for Indy's leather jacket and fedora, as well as his handy whip and pistol accessories - items that make artifact recovery so much easier. Now when it comes to remakes/reboots of classic movie properties, it's understandable that fans may be
Last year, Chris Pratt's performance in Guardians of the Galaxy elevated him to leading man status and John Wick displayed the incredible potential of the first time directing duo, David Leitch and Chad Stahelski. Now it appears that execs at Universal Studios are in early talks to have the duo direct Pratt in their live action adaptation of the Image Comics' property, Cowboy Ninja Viking. Variety reported that Pratt gave
Back in 2013, Disney made a deal with Paramount Studios gaining control over the rights to another of George Lucas' creations, Indiana Jones. Now that Disney owns these rights, it looks like they are going to give Indy the boot...a reboot, that is. There had been rumors floating around about a possible fifth Indiana Jones movie with Harrison Ford attached to reprise his iconic role. But now it looks like
Antoine Fuqua is set to direct a remake of John Sturges' classic western from 1960, The Magnificent Seven. Sturges' version was itself a remake of Akira Kirosawa's classic film Seven Samurai. To date the cast roster has consisted solely of Denzel Washington, but it appears that Fuqua is courting an actor who is very hot at the moment. Chris Pratt is in early talks to join Washington on the project.