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“Watchmen”: 2003 David Hayter Adapt Test Footage Spotlights Iain Glen’s Nite Owl, Ray Stevenson’s Rorschach [VIDEO]

Now that HBO‘s wonderfully authorized pseudo-sequel to [REDACTED] and Dave Gibbons‘ celebrated comic book series Watchmen has been unveiled to the world – it seems the world’s liking what they’re seeing so far from Damon Lindelof‘s “remix”. Even die-hard Watchmen purists appear to be slowly coming around – and they should. Bleeding Cool didn’t exactly […]

Our Favorite Moments From the Cloverfield Franchise (So Far)

Our Favorite Moments From the Cloverfield Franchise (So Far)

When Cloverfield debuted in 2008 as a found footage creature feature, many didn’t know what to expect yet found themselves intrigued by the mystery surrounding the premise. With a very detailed ARG campaign and made by an insanely talented creative team (J.J. Abrams and Matt Reeves) moviegoers were drawn to the unique concept and couldn’t […]

Noah Hawley to Write and Direct "Star Trek 4"

Noah Hawley to Write and Direct “Star Trek 4”

The Star Trek movie franchise has been in limbo for quite some time. Star Trek Beyond was the best-reviewed of the new movies but didn’t exactly kill at the box office. It made over $340 million at the worldwide box office so Paramount Pictures didn’t seem to be in a huge rush to get the next […]

“Mission: Impossible”: Pom Klementieff Cast in 7th and 8th Films

Director Christopher McQuarrie recruited Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 star Pom Klementieff for the seventh and eighth Mission: Impossible films. McQuarrie made the announcement via social media on Instagram with the inquiry, “How do you say femme fatale in French? #MI78”.   View this post on Instagram @pom.klementieff, how do you say femme fatale […]

Second "Sonic" Trailer Displays New Designs and More Content

“Sonic” Redesigned Cost Far Less Than Rumored $35 Million

Following the summer trailer release of the live-action Sonic the Hedgehog, online backlash forced a character redesign. Paramount released their latest trailer with the changes. An initial report on Twitter suggested an estimated redesign cost of $35 million. A source close to the production told Indiewire the cost was far lower to $5 million. Back […]

“Beverly Hills Cop 4”: Netflix Reaches Deal with Paramount to License Film

“Beverly Hills Cop 4”: Netflix Reaches Deal with Paramount to License Film

Eddie Murphy’s nostalgia wave is complete with his return to Saturday Night Live, Coming to America sequel and now, the fourth film of the Beverly Hills Cop franchise. Netflix and Paramount, who owns the IP, reached a one-time license deal with an option for a sequel for Murphy and producer Jerry Bruckheimer, according to Deadline […]

Second "Sonic" Trailer Displays New Designs and More Content

The Man Who Redesigned Sonic Was “Honored” To Be Brought In

When the first trailer for Sonic the Hedgehog came out back in April the response was…not great. Actually, the response was one of the loudest initial backlashes we’ve seen in a long time. There is no pleasing fans but this time it seemed like Paramount Pictures had managed to piss off everyone regarding this movie. Usually, […]

Second "Sonic" Trailer Displays New Designs and More Content

Second “Sonic” Trailer Displays New Designs and More Content

If you’ve heard of the upcoming film Sonic the Hedgehog (and let’s face it, it’s unlikely you haven’t heard about it) then you know it wasn’t exactly a film fans were eager for. After a tainted first impression about the blue hedgehog being brought to life, the film was said to undergo changes in design […]

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“Terminator” Ranking the Franchise to “Dark Fate” [OPINION]

With Terminator: Dark Fate’s underwhelming performance in the box office, it leaves the state of the franchise with an uncertain future. It’s hard to believe the franchise is 35 years old. Here is Bleeding Cool ‘s ranking of the Terminator films. Terminator Genisys (2015) Directed by Alan Taylor and written by Laeta Kalogridis and Patrick […]

“Bohemian Rhapsody” Writer on Board for Untitled Bee Gees Movie

An article by the Hollywood Reporter reveals that Anthony McCarten, writer of The Darkest Hour, The Theory of Everything, and last year’s Academy-Award winning Bohemian Rhapsody has been tapped to write the script for the upcoming Paramount movie about the Bee Gees. The movie, being produced by Graham King, who worked with McCarten on Rhapsody, Stacey Snider, and Steven Spielberg’s Amblin […]

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Don’t Blame ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’s’ Box-Office On This Cast

Terminator: Dark Fate will go down as one of the biggest flops of 2019 and will likely cost the studio over 100 million dollars in losses. Now it would be easy to point out and shout from the rooftops that this somehow tied to there being three female leads in the cast, but that would be […]

“Paranormal Activity 7” Receives Official 2021 Release Date

Another Paranormal Activity film is in the works and now after wondering when we can expect the film to hit theaters, Paramount has finally given us an official release date. On March 19, 2021, 14 years after the initial release of the first in the franchise, Paranormal Activity will return to theaters to continue expanding […]

Termionator: Is This The End Of The Road?

“Terminator: Dark Fate” Plot Holes Mess Up The Whole Franchise

Terminator: Dark Fate is the latest sequel to Terminator to attempt to rekindle the franchise. We don’t need to talk about how it’s not taking, how it’s bombing at the box office and the franchise might be mothballed. No, I’m more interested in talking about the long list of plot holes that yet another sequel […]

Potts Shots: Terminator

Potts Shots: Gen Z Vs. “The Terminator (1984)”

Madeline Potts is a certified member of Generation Z and in “Potts Shots” she’ll be watching older movies she hasn’t seen before. This week? The Terminator (1984) I’m going to preface this Potts Shots by saying that The Terminator is exactly 0% a movie I would typically gravitate to. But after paying $3.99 on Amazon […]

Termionator: Is This The End Of The Road?

The “Terminator” Franchise: Is This the End of the Road?

All good things come to an end and the Terminator franchise appears to be coming to the end of the line after an under-performing opening weekend. It used to be that we could dissect these kind of things after a few weeks but that’s no longer the case. Many studio decisions these days come as […]

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Why is “Terminator: Dark Fate” Bombing So Hard? [Opinion]

Terminator: Dark Fate may have opened at No. 1 at the US Box Office this past weekend, but it still under-earned. Film industry pundits are unanimous in their agreement: it’s a bomb. A huge bomb. Its losses are estimated at between $70 million and $100 million. The tone of the editorials are positively funereal: did […]


Bee Gees Biopic in Works from Paramount

The Bee Gees are getting their own biopic courtesy of Paramount Pictures. Teaming up with producer-financer Sister and Graham King (Bohemian Rhapsody, the three will explore the life of the trio that originally started with Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb, according to Deadline Hollywood. The Bee Gees started performing in 1958 and in their 45 years, […]

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Paramount Cancels “Terminator: Dark Fate” Premiere Due to Getty Fire

The premiere of the latest film in the Terminator series, Terminator: Dark Fate has been canceled due to the ongoing Getty Wildfire, according to Variety. The fire, which broke out this morning around 1:30 a.m. along the 405 Freeway near the Getty Center, has burned more than 500 acres and caused evacuations in the area including […]

Potts Shots: Visiting The Addams Family.

Potts Shots: Gen Z Vs. “The Addams Family (1991)”

Madeline Potts is a certified member of Generation Z and in “Potts Shots” she’ll be watching older movies she hasn’t seen before. This week? The Addams Family (1991) We all know the iconic snapping, Wednesday’s braids, and the crazy, kooky, family that lives down the street. But… I, being a Halloweentown stan for life had […]