Author: Erik Amaya


Home Video: Jurassic World on October 20th

IGN reports that Jurassic World will arrive on home video disc formats on October 20th with a Digital HD release nineteen days earlier on October 1st. The earlier streaming release will likely become the more common release pattern as time goes on, but while disc media continues to be pressed, let’s look at some special […]

Only Yesterday Coming To US Theaters In 2016

Isao Takahata, co-founder of Studio Ghibli, may be best known stateside for Grave of the Fireflies, one of the most depressing, yet beautiful movies ever made. Not all of his films are as intense, but they are well crafted and worth the time. Kyle Pinion over at the Beat reports GKIDS has acquired Takahata’s 1991 […]

Rumor: Another Marvel Mainstay in Civil War

Okay, slight spoiler warning here. Look away if you don’t want to know who has been spotted on the set of Captain America: Civil War and might be making a MCU debut. Ready? According to Heroic Hollywood, Marisa Tomei, previously announced as playing Aunt May in Marvel’s Spider-Man reboot, was seen shooting a scene before […]

Angelo Badalamenti Returns to Twin Peaks

Continuing today’s theme of returning talent, Twin Peaks composer Angelo Baladamenti will provide new music for the 2016 revival according to TVLine. “I’m told the Grammy winner is already hard at work on new Peaks music,” writes TVLine’s Michael Ausiello, citing “multiple sources.” Baladamenti wrote the themes used in the original series and the 1992 feature […]

Vin Diesel Teases More xXx

Yesterday, actor Vin Diesel posted this curious image and caption to his Instagram account: While I was filming XXX, guys on set called me Air Diesel… The time to return has come. Filming starts December in the Philippines. #ILiveForThisShit A photo posted by Vin Diesel (@vindiesel) on Aug 23, 2015 at 1:36pm PDT A quick […]

Nintendo Considers Feature Film Return

In an article with Fortune, Nintendo creative guru Shigeru Miyamoto revealed a return to film development may be part of the company’s plans to extend their intellectual property beyond video games. “As we look more broadly at what is Nintendo’s role as an entertainment company, we’re starting to think more and more about how movies […]

Peter Cushing Returns In Rogue One?

In one of the stranger stories to surface over the weekend, The Daily Mail reports the late Peter Cushing, star of countless horror flicks and two Doctor Who feature films, will rise from the grave to once again portray Grand Moff Tarkin in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Utilizing what their source calls “one […]

Goonies House Says Off Limits

According to The Daily Astorian, the house that served as the home of Mike and Bran Walsh in The Goonies is now off-limits to fans making pilgrimage to the Astoria, Oregon locations of the 1985 film. Homeowner Sandi Preston enjoyed a friendly relationship with fans over the last 14 years, but following the 30th Anniversary […]

More Suicide Squad Social Media Shenanigans

Since revealing himself as the Joker in Warner Bros’ upcoming Suicide Squad a ways back, Jared Leto has really embedded himself in the character — even if that character turns out to be someone else. Part of his process is offering joke gifts to his co-stars, including this curious package Jay Hernandez received and posted […]

Security Inspections At Regal Cinemas

Several outlets, including the BBC, are reporting a change to Regal Cinemas admittance policy, introducing bag checks at the US’s largest theater chain. As described on their website: To ensure the safety of our guests and employees, backpacks and bags of any kind are subject to inspection prior to admission. We acknowledge that this procedure […]

Mad Max Director For Man of Steel 2?

So here’s a rumor courtesy of Outer Places (via Latino Review). Despite the Man of Steel sequel not appearing on Warner Bros’ slate of upcoming DC Entertainment films, Mad Max Fury Road director George Miller may get to finally make a film featuring Superman. Some background: during the early days of the 21st Century, Miller […]

Empire Reveals Star Wars-Centric Covers

Film magazine Empire revealed the cover images for its October-dated issue earlier today. Both are Star Wars themed and play up the classic hero/villain dichotomy with characters from the forthcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The villainous cover features Adam Driver‘s Kylo Ren, Gwendoline Christie‘s Captain Phasma and Domhnall Gleeson‘s General Hux while the heroes […]

Fashionable Fleet Uniforms In Star Trek Beyond Setpics

Screencrush came into possession of some behind-the-scenes video from the set of Star Trek Beyond which is currently in production. The video is now unavailable, but they’ve been nice enough to create a series of gifs and a photoset revealing what might be the best Starfleet uniforms since the 1982 redesign for Star Trek II: […]

Tobey Kebbell Sails To Skull Island

Since it was announced at Comic-Con two years ago, Kong: Skull Island has been one of those question mark productions for me. It’s stunningly well-cast with the likes of Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson and John C. Reilly already signed on. It’s also an attempt to start a franchise out of King Kong; […]

Adrianne Palicki And Nick Blood Are Marvel’s Most Wanted

While the second season of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. aired, rumors began to circulate about a spinoff centering on Agent Bobbi Morse, played by Adrianne Palicki, and her ex-husband Lance Hunter (Nick Blood). In May, the plan appeared to be scrapped, but according to The Hollywood Reporter, Palicki and Blood will star in a pilot […]