‘Saw 10’ Gets A Halloween Release Date, Finds Its Director

Though the days of "If it's Halloween, it must be Saw" are long gone, the billion-dollar slasher series continues to make money. Just last year, the Chris Rock lead reboot Spiral: From the Book of Saw grossed $40 million at the worldwide box office, inevitably paving the way for more entries. Cut to Monday, and … Continue reading ‘Saw 10’ Gets A Halloween Release Date, Finds Its Director

Universal Eyeing ‘The Invisible Man’ Director Leigh Whannell For ‘Green Hornet and Kato’ Reboot

Leigh Whannell | Michael Buckner/Deadline Universal is looking to get back into the kung-fu superhero business. The studio has for weeks now been meeting with potential directors for their upcoming The Green Hornet and Kato movie. However, sources are telling Deadline that since Leigh Whannell threw his hat into the ring, Universal has been itching … Continue reading Universal Eyeing ‘The Invisible Man’ Director Leigh Whannell For ‘Green Hornet and Kato’ Reboot

‘Arachnophobia’ Remake In The Works From ‘Happy Death Day’ Filmmaker Christopher Landon

Christopher Landon | MICHAEL TRAN/FILMMAGIC Eek! According to The Hollywood Reporter, Amblin Partners has tapped Christopher Landon to write and direct their upcoming Arachnophobia remake. Landon is best known for helming both Happy Death Day movies as well as Freaky. James Wan and his Atomic Monster cohort Michael Clear are producing the feature project along … Continue reading ‘Arachnophobia’ Remake In The Works From ‘Happy Death Day’ Filmmaker Christopher Landon

‘Sleepy Hollow’ Remake Coming From ‘Pet Sematary’ Prequel Filmmaker Lindsey Beer

Lindsey Beer | Mega Agency The Headless Horseman will ride again! After signing an overall deal with the studio, Lindsey Beer and Paramount are looking to resurrect the classic gothic slasher. Sources tell Deadline that Beer is set to write, direct, and produce a Sleepy Hollow remake. The tale about the headless horseman who terrorizes … Continue reading ‘Sleepy Hollow’ Remake Coming From ‘Pet Sematary’ Prequel Filmmaker Lindsey Beer

Coming Soon: The New Movies Releasing April 2022

April is the gateway to the summer blockbuster season. Kicking things off is the much delayed, much-anticipated Morbius movie starring Jared Leto. The rest of the month will see a complimentary mixture of big budget action and small independent darlings. Here's what will be hitting movie screens this month! MORBIUS | APR. 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZ6iiRrz1SY Synopsis: … Continue reading Coming Soon: The New Movies Releasing April 2022

SAG Awards 2022 Winners

The 28th Screen Actors Guild Awards aired last night, honoring the very best of the year’s performances in both film and television. Highlights include such shocking wins as Coda and Squid Games taking home top honors in the film and television categories, respectively. Troy Kotsur also became the first deaf actor to take home an … Continue reading SAG Awards 2022 Winners

Coming Soon: The New Movies Releasing March 2022

A new month means a fresh slate of - you guessed it - new movies! Just as February had more to offer moviegoers than the previous month, this March has more up its sleeve than even February. Looking at the month's release calendar, it's probably safe to call March the beginning of the 2022 blockbuster … Continue reading Coming Soon: The New Movies Releasing March 2022

Oscar Nominations 2022: The Full List

After months of hype and speculation, the official list of this year's Academy Award nominees has been announced. The Power of the Dog leads the nominees for the 94th annual Academy Awards. The film landed a total of 12 noms, including best picture, best director for Jane Campion, and acting noms for star Benedict Cumberbatch and supporting players Kirsten … Continue reading Oscar Nominations 2022: The Full List

Sequel Spotlight: From ‘Mortal Kombat’ To ‘Girls Trip’, Film Follow-up’s You Might Not Know Are On The Way

Sequels. They have the power to give us more of something we love. They also have the power to destroy our childhoods. But love 'em or hate 'em, they're here to stay. Sequels more times than not represent a safe bet for a studio. There's already a brand recognition attached to them; a built-in audience, … Continue reading Sequel Spotlight: From ‘Mortal Kombat’ To ‘Girls Trip’, Film Follow-up’s You Might Not Know Are On The Way

American Cinema Editors 2022 ‘Eddie Awards’ Nominees Revealed

The American Cinema Editors Guild announced the nominees for the 72st ACE Eddie Awards, which are scheduled to be presented during a March 5 ceremony. In four of the last 10 years, the winner of the Eddie for best edited dramatic feature went on to win the Oscar in film editing. A year ago, The Trial of the … Continue reading American Cinema Editors 2022 ‘Eddie Awards’ Nominees Revealed