Blumhouse’s ‘The Hunt’ Gets New Release Date

The Hunt isn’t over. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Universal has set a new release date for Blumhouse’s The Hunt, a satirical look at class warfare wherein a sect of the wealthy elite kidnap and hunt “deplorables” for sport. The film will now release on March 13, six months after the studio pulled the film … Continue reading Blumhouse’s ‘The Hunt’ Gets New Release Date

‘The Invisible Man’ Officially Gets A Release Date

An official release date for Universal's The Invisible Man remake has appeared. Per The Hollywood Reporter, the film will materialize in theaters come March 13, 2020. Principal photography on the film begins this July in Sydney, Australia. Leigh Whannell (Upgrade) is writing and directing the project, which will star Elizabeth Moss alongside A Wrinkle In … Continue reading ‘The Invisible Man’ Officially Gets A Release Date

Disney Takes Full Control Of Hulu, On It’s Way To Owning Your Wallet

Mickey Mouse has an insatiable appetite. After The Walt Disney Company took official control of 20th Century Fox earlier this year, the Mouse House is now gobbling up the remaining percentages of Hulu, which gives them complete operational control. From The Wrap, Comcast is selling off NBC Universal's 33% stake in the streaming service to … Continue reading Disney Takes Full Control Of Hulu, On It’s Way To Owning Your Wallet

‘The Invisible Man’ Remake: ‘A Wrinkle In Time’ Star Joins Cast Plus Plot Details Revealed

We've got some updates regarding Blumhouse and Universal's in-development remake of The Invisible Man. Per Deadline, the Leigh Whannell's (Upgrade) remake has added Storm Reid to its cast. The A Wrinkle In Time star will play the role of Sydney. Elisabeth Moss has also signed on to appear in the film. It also appears that … Continue reading ‘The Invisible Man’ Remake: ‘A Wrinkle In Time’ Star Joins Cast Plus Plot Details Revealed

Kevin Hart Remaking Korean Cop Comedy & Box Office Juggernaut ‘Extreme Job’ For Universal

This one's exciting. According to The Wrap, comedian Kevin Hart is set to produce and star in an English-language remake of the Korean cop comedy Extreme Job (originally called Geukhanjikeob) for Universal Pictures, which has acquired the worldwide rights for the film. The film follows a team of narcotics officers who open a chicken restaurant … Continue reading Kevin Hart Remaking Korean Cop Comedy & Box Office Juggernaut ‘Extreme Job’ For Universal

Amy Pascal Leaves Sony, Pens New Deal With Universal

Amy Pascal is moving on from Sony Pictures, her longtime home. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Pascal has penned a new first-look deal with Universal under her Pascal Pictures banner. *A first-look deal essentially means that if Amy Pascal or anyone at Pascal Pictures has an idea for a film or show, then they must … Continue reading Amy Pascal Leaves Sony, Pens New Deal With Universal

Film Review– ‘Glass’ Is Fractured But Fascinating

M. Night Shyamalan has a divisive filmography to say the least. His efforts range from Academy Award-nominated to the laughing stock of Hollywood. His latest film, Glass, perfectly embodies the extreme duality of what we have come to expect from the filmmaker's work: fascinating ideas burdened by questionable decision-making. Let's backup a moment. Glass is … Continue reading Film Review– ‘Glass’ Is Fractured But Fascinating

‘Shrek’ Reboot Coming From ‘Despicable Me’ Creator

We just can't seem to keep out of his swamp. I'm speaking of course about the beloved green ogre, Shrek. THE STORY Via Variety, both Shrek and Puss in Boots are getting rebooted by Chris Meledandri. You might not know his name, but you definitely know his work. Meledandri is the founder and CEO of … Continue reading ‘Shrek’ Reboot Coming From ‘Despicable Me’ Creator