Other than the casting of Maisie Williams as Wolfsbane and Anya Taylor-Joy as Magik, not much is known about X-Men: The New Mutants, Fox's upcoming X-Men spinoff featuring a younger team of students. It had been rumored that James McAvoy would bridge the films in the role of Professor Charles Xavier, but — according to Borys Kit of the Hollywood Reporter — that rumor is false. Kit posted a tweet revealing this tidbit:
There's always been a shortage of female filmmakers — not just in horror, but in all genres, which is a shame. According to San Diego State University's Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film Celluloid Ceiling Report:
Every day, I work tirelessly on my writing, whether that means jotting down ideas that sprung upon me during class, talking to myself loudly and animatedly about characters and major plot points in public and in private, staring into empty space as my mind plays over scenes to be created, or actually sitting down in front of my laptop and “writing like I’m running out of time,” to quote a beautiful piece of theater.
There are many movie fan theories circling the web, the most famous being the Pixar theory. One theory recently surfaced on Reddit by user bigboxman8 that suggest the Beast from Beauty and the Beast is actually a time lord from the world of Doctor Who. Is it possible? He gives some evidence that seems to strongly support his theory. So, let's see if the Beast by any chance owns a blue police box in his castle! Geronimo!
I have been an avid South Korean Drama (K-Drama) fan since 2003 when a local Philippine TV Station aired a Filipino-dubbed of the drama Autumn in My Heart. I remember being glued to the TV every day, watching the story unfold and even sharing a tear or two along with the characters. From then on, I have preferred watching K-Drama more than anything else (well Game of Thrones and Stranger Things are an exception.)
Whenever I first started creating for Moviepilot, I never in a million years thought that it would lead to a opportunity of a lifetime like this. I had heard stories of Creators going to movie premiers and things of that nature, but I thought for sure that it was a major long shot that I would ever get that chance.
We are in dark times when #TheSimpsons once again accurately predicts the future. We should all turn to the yellow psychics and ask them what is next for the human race. With counters already set for when #DonaldTrump will be out of office, love it or hate it, there are four more years of the 44th President of the United States "Trumping" around the White House.
Considering that there is officially 1 day left in 2015 (at least where I am), the year is basically a wrap, and thanks to my friend Samuel we have a year-end wrap-up for 2015. Here are the quick-fire questions:
Bringing to life the likes of Batman, Spider-Man, and Edward Scissorhands, #DannyElfman's haunting melodies have helped craft our cinematic childhoods over the past 40 years. Alongside the news that he will be taking over from superhero superstar #HansZimmer to provide the score for #ZackSnyder's #JusticeLeague, the whole film just got a push in the right direction. Fans of the #DCEU are worried that JL could be another flop in the wrong direction for the studio, and while music may seem like a trivial thing, it can certainly add a lot to a film.
Hagrid had better get saving, because everyone will be wanting one of these cheeky chappies under their tree this Christmas: Nifflers — the bank robbing, scene stealing, furballs, who are sweet merch waiting to happen. While most of the creatures from #JKRowling's #FantasticBeasts may be confined to the pages of a book or stuck in the world of imagination (shame, I really wanted a thunderbird), nifflers do exist!
Today's premiere of Doctor Strange has brought all sorts of new developments for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, from the Dark Dimension to Dormammu — and it also partially answers one of the biggest questions that Marvel fans have: where are the remaining Infinity Stones? But in doing so, it also seemingly confirms a longtime fan theory that may point to the final stone's location.
Disney is rolling hard and fast towards developing a plethora of live-action films around some of their more beloved stories. With their recent success in introducing live-action adaptations of Beauty and the Beast, The Jungle Book, Maleficent and Cinderella, Disney is now hiring talent for the highly anticipated Winnie the Pooh movie, Christopher Robin.