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Paramount Pulls "Blue Story" and "The Lovebirds" Due to Coronavirus

Paramount Pulls "Blue Story" and "The Lovebirds" Due to Coronavirus

More bad news for the movie industry. We've had some high profile delays due to coronavirus like No Time To Die and F9 the smaller movies are going to be hit in different ways. Those movies with massive budgets looking to make back six figures are going to find new release dates right away. That's why we […]

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"A Quiet Place Part II": Director John Krasinski Delays Release Due to Coronavirus

One of the most anticipated sequels of 2020 in A Quiet Place Part II is being pushed back. The coronavirus pandemic affected another release as director John Krasinski announced the postponement over social media. #AQuietPlacePart2…Take2 pic.twitter.com/YrCXLLpxjh — John Krasinski (@johnkrasinski) March 12, 2020 "A Quiet Place" History Krasinski directed the first two films co-starring with […]

“Star Trek”: William Shatner Says He’s Retired from Captain Kirk

"Star Trek": William Shatner Says He's Retired from Captain Kirk

Since the resurgence of Star Trek in 2009 from the J. J. Abrams Kelvin Universe reboot, fans wondered if William Shatner will make one more appearance as Captain James T. Kirk. The Canadian actor, who turns 89 this month, teased fans for years but decided to officially call it quits after a recent fan inquiry. […]

Simon Pegg at the UK premiere for "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood" in Leicester Square, London. Editorial credit: Featureflash Photo Agency / Shutterstock.com

"Star Trek": Simon Pegg Explains Lack of Progress on Fourth Film

Ever since 2016's Star Trek: Beyond, the Kelvin Universe Trek films from Paramount remains stagnant. Beyond was the third film from J.J. Abrams rebooted franchise. The film underperformed at the box office. Since then, there has been little to no news on the untitled fourth film. While promoting his latest film Lost Transmissions, Simon Pegg, […]

Left to right: Director of Photography Rob Hardy, Director Christopher McQuarrie, Henry Cavill and Tom Cruise on the set of MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT, from Paramount Pictures and Skydance.

"Mission: Impossible 7" Production in Italy Has Been Delayed Due to Coronavirus

It looks like production for Mission: Impossible 7 is going to be a little delayed. The Coronavirus has been causing all sorts of issues from people refusing to travel to well-known destinations in the East to companies like Blizzard Entertainment canceling E-sports events. Now a major movie production has been delayed due to the virus. Paramount […]

"Rocketman" Director Dexter Fletcher to Helm"Sherlock Holmes 3"

"The Saint": Dexter Fletcher Set to Direct Reboot

Drawing praises for his last two biopics from Rocketman (2019) and uncredited work on Bohemian Rhapsody (2018), director Dexter Fletcher look to make another relic new again with The Saint. Based on the Leslie Charteris novels, The Saint follows the adventures as Simon Templar (aka The Saint), a Robin Hood-type criminal and thief for hire. […]

“Indiana Jones 5”: Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy – “Only Harrison Ford Can Play Role”

"Indiana Jones 5": Harrison Ford Says Production Begins Summer 2020

Harrison Ford is ready to don the bullwhip and Fedora at least one more time for the next installment of the Indiana Jones franchise. While the 77-year old came on The Ellen DeGeneres Show to promote his latest film, The Call of the Wild, he provided details on his next upcoming project. "It's going to […]

Second "Sonic" Trailer Displays New Designs and More Content

"Sonic the Hedgehog": Ben Schwarz Shamelessly Sells Film With Live Animals

With the imminent release of Paramount's live-action Sonic the Hedgehog film, star Ben Schwartz commemorated Groundhog Day (February 2nd) with its prickly cousin, the hedgehog. Handling the live animal in the Tweeted video, the voice of Sonic teased fans with cuddly offerings for those who buy tickets to see the film. Promoting "Sonic" Obviously, for […]


Paramount Releases a New TV Spot for "Top Gun: Maverick"

Paramount Releases a New TV Spot for "Top Gun: Maverick"

Paramount Pictures is bringing back one of the action classics with Top Gun: Maverick later this year. The first trailer was unveiled during San Diego Comic-Con and now they have released a new TV spot to go along with the big game today. It shows off some new footage including some of that infamous plane footage […]

“Sonic” Actor Jim Carrey Examines Cultural Irony Behind “The Truman Show”

"Sonic" Actor Jim Carrey Examines Cultural Irony Behind "The Truman Show"

Sonic the Hedgehog actor Jim Carrey seldom does sequels. When it happens, it's often for his earlier work like his 1994 comedies Ace Ventura or Dumb and Dumber. Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (1995) wasn't as well-received as its predecessor. Critics thrashed Dumb and Dumber To (2014). He learned he won't do sequels just to […]

New Poster for “Sonic the Hedgehog”, Star Ben Schwartz’s Star Wars Contribution

New Poster for "Sonic the Hedgehog", Star Ben Schwartz's Star Wars Contribution

Marketing for Paramount Pictures' Sonic the Hedgehog with Dolby Cinema revealing the film's latest poster on its Twitter account. Gotta. Go. Fast! Meet Tom (AKA Donut Lord) — Sonic's best friend and the best cop in Green Hills 😎 Tag your best friend, then race to get your #DolbyCinema tickets for @SonicMovie (🍩 not included): […]

'Terminator: Dark Fate' Poster Ahead of Tomorrow's Trailer

"Terminator": Linda Hamilton Believes Box Office Killed Franchise, Reluctant to Return

Director Tim Miller and producer James Cameron made Terminator: Dark Fate in the hope to reinvigorate the franchise. Despite positive reception from critics and audiences alike according to Rotten Tomatoes, the film severely underperformed at the box office. The film lost over $100 million for studios Paramount and Skydance. Franchise star Linda Hamilton spoke to […]

“Top Gun: Maverick” – Director Joseph Kosinski Describes Filming Experience, New Images

"Top Gun: Maverick" – Director Joseph Kosinski Describes Filming Experience, New Images

Top Gun: Maverick continues the adventures of Pete "Maverick" Mitchell (Tom Cruise), who's taken an instructor role since the events of the 1986 Tony Scott film. Director Joseph Kosinski talked to Entertainment Weekly about the plot and differences between his film and the original Top Gun. Paramount Pictures provided exclusive images highlighting the new Maverick […]

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"X-Men" Star James Marsden Open to Play Another Character for MCU

James Marsden is open to returning to his comic roots at Marvel. Originally playing Scott Summers/Cyclops, he became the forgotten man in the Fox X-Men universe since X2: X-Men United (2003). Not able to fully commit to filming the third film, X-Men: The Last Stand in 2006, Scott Summers/Cyclops (Mardsen) died within the first few […]

Nicholas Hoult Joins the "Mission: Impossible" Franchise

Nicholas Hoult Joins the "Mission: Impossible" Franchise

The Mission: Impossible franchise has become the premiere action franchise which is a weird thing to say. The first three movies were well-liked and received but once the fourth one hit it was like a new franchise was born. It stopped being another spy/one man against the world series and went on to focus on […]

Power Rangers: Is A Reboot Necessary?

Power Rangers: Is A Reboot Necessary?

It was recently announced that the Power Rangers movies would be rebooted yet again. The Hollywood Reporter reported that Jonathan Entwistle would be taking the project's reins at Paramount. The filmmaker most recently created The End of the F—ing World for Netflix. Here's the background information for what could potentially happen: Now in Paramount's court, Power […]

Where’s My Biopic? Director Dorothy Arzner [OPINION]

Where's My Biopic? Director Dorothy Arzner [OPINION]

When it comes to pioneers of Hollywood, one of the biggest unsung heroes is Dorothy Arzner. She is the first female director in the Hollywood system also having a hand at editing and writing. Despite having only 20 films to her credit, Arzner launched the careers of some of the industry's most talented actors. Natural […]

Second "Sonic" Trailer Displays New Designs and More Content

Studio Behind Live Action Sonic Redesign Shutters Its Doors

Movie Picture Company (MPC), the animation studio behind the live-action Sonic the Hedgehog character redesign, closed its Vancouver location on December 11. In a company email obtained by CBC News, the film animation and visual effects studio cited "Increasing external market pressures" in Vancouver as well as more attractive opportunities in other locations. The Vancouver […]