Indiana Jones is returning to a multiplex near you!
Steven Spielberg will direct the as-yet-untitled film which has been set for a July 19, 2019. Harrison ford will reprise his iconic role and franchise veterans Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall will produce. For more follow the jump.
If you’re a certain type of 12 year old and/or the D23 programmers, you save the best for last, and that means the Lucasfilm slate of projects, which newsflash: means STAR WARS stuff. And there was a bunch of stuff to chew on regarding Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens, Star Wars: Rogue One and Star Wars: Episode IX.
The Age of Adaline is an old-fashioned romance – in every sense of the word. There’s a love story, of course, but also adventure and the two weave together in unexpectedly delightful ways.
Adaline Bowman was 1906’s New Year’s baby. When she was twenty-nine, a confluence of events made her immortal. She married, had a daughter and was widowed by the end of World War II and narrowly avoided becoming a lab specimen. For decades, she moved and changed her identity every ten years. Then, she met Ellis.
There’s something awfully familiar about this teaser – something that tickles the back of my mind; something that feels just so correct.
Between moments of nostalgic wistfulness and current action – and the appearance of a couple of old friends – the new teaser for Star Wars The Force Awakens is a perfect balance of everything we loved about the original trilogy. Check it out after the jump.
After a mission goes wrong, Barney Ross decides to retire his team and recruit a bunch of (relative) youngsters. The result is a movie that runs for a bit over two hours and serves none of the characters well.
The geezers with the guns are back and they’ve added a few new faces – Harrison Ford, Kellan Lutz, Antonio Banderas, Mel Gibson, Kelsey Grammer and Ronda Roussey are along for the sure to be explosive ride. Check out the new teaser after the jump.
Ender’s Game looks great, has some very good performances and absolutely spectacular CG visuals. As a blockbuster, it has heart, emotion and action. What it doesn’t have is any anything more than a cursory examination of the themes that made the novel so powerful.