One of the holiday classic films on everyone’s list is Home Alone, starring Macaulay Culkin. The Chris Columbus-directed feature from 1990 was a charming and timely family comedy, complete with mousetraps and an incredible John Williams score. It also is still near and dear to star Culkin’s heart, as made apparent by this commercial made for the Google Home […]
Maybe Mrs. Doubtfire isn’t your favorite film of the late great Robin Williams vast filmography, but it’s one of ours. A masterful mix of heart and struggle, with comedy that still holds up today. It’s been 25 years since Daniel Hillard (Williams) and his wife Miranda (Sally Field) separated in the film, a decision that caused a devoted […]
Harry Potter director Chris Columbus is set to trade in horcruxes and dementors for pizza boxes and homicidal animatronic animals, signing on to write, direct and produce Blumhouse’s big-screen adaptation of Scott Cawthon’s popular video game franchise Five Nights at Freddy’s. Blumhouse landed the rights in March 2017 after New Line placed the project into turnarounds, […]
According to Comicbook.com, the new Gremlins is still on the way and it will not be a remake. Their source: actor Zach Galligan, who played protagonist Billy Peltzer in the two previous movies. “It’s not going to be a reboot,” Galligan told the audience at a screening of the first Gremlins at Prince Charles Cinema […]
You ever find yourself oddly drawn to a female character in a video game? In the upcoming film Pixels, Ludlow Lamonsoff (Josh Gad) spent most of his childhood trying to figure out how to bring Lady Lisa (Ashley Benson) to life… now as the city is being invaded by video games of his youth, the love […]
Here’s the new trailer for Sony’s new video game disaster film, Pixels. The movie, directed by Chris Columbus, stars Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Michelle Monaghan, Peter Dinklage and Josh Gad. The trailer certainly seems very Sandler-y and that is a pretty big negative to me. There is some real talent on board here though, who are […]
A sequel has been in the works since 2001 - and for good reason, as the original film raked in nearly $500 million worldwide.
Here's the short that started it all, which is super adorable and fun.
Warner Bros. want to get their dormant monster movie series real wet.
Chris Columbus needs a talented cohort to get his Creepy on.
It’s not quite copyright squatting, but there’s a bait and switch in this story that might just beat any stunt ever pulled by those mockbuster merchants at Asylum. So… if you recall, there was once a story about a young boy called Harry Potter. He was but a a wee lad ripped from his mundane […]
Hannah Shaw Williams writes for Bleeding Cool: Hey kids, do you like controversial topics? Well here’s one back to kick off some healthy debate: American remakes of foreign films, specifically remakes of films that have only just been made. We saw it happen with [Rec], we saw it happen with Let The Right One In, […]
From discovering America to Truth, Justice and the American Way, has Chris Columbus been offered the job of directing the Chris Nolan-produced, David Goyer-directed Superman reboot Man of Steel? What do you mean it’s not that Chris Columbus? The director of Home Alone didn’t sail on the Santa Maria? According to Superman Homepage, an offer […]