Can’t wait to see more of Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation? The five minutes of the new Tom Cruise thriller will run exclusively ahead of the screenings of Terminator: Genisys in its IMAX® screenings – beginning with the Thursday evening screening on June 30th.
Touted as the final film in the Paranormal Activity series, Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension’s first trailer is filled with chilling sequences – like the two girls on a twenty-year old VHS tape connecting with the brothers viewing it in the present; or the massive video camera with a whole bunch of extra functions.
Check it out after the break. Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension will be in theaters on October 23rd.
Here’s an interesting concept: James Cameron has seen Terminator Genesys – and he really liked it! He liked it enough to make a video talking about it.
In the video he addresses the way the film, while ‘being respectful of the first two films,’ goes its own direction. He mentions some of the big time spoilers that have already been given in the trailers and loved them. Check out his video after the jump.
There’s an anti-IMF organization out there called The Syndicate – the rogue nation of the film’s title. The only tool we have for beating The Syndicate is the Impossible Missions Force – or rather, did.
The IMF has just been dissolved and its members are wanted by the CIA.
Check out the new trailer after the jump. Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation premieres on July 31st.
The seventh annual Produced By Conference presented by the Producer’s Guild of America (PGA) occurred May 30-31, 2015, and was hosted by Paramount Pictures in Hollywood. It brought together the best of Hollywood in film, television, and digital. Lee Daniels,Tyler Perry, Kevin Smith, Brian Grazer, Eva Longoria, and Reese Witherspoon are but a few of the names that came to speak to producers from all over the world. See more after the jump.
Paramount Pictures hosted CinemaCon’s annual “State of the Union” presentation where folks from the National Association of Theater Owners and Film Studios gather together to slap each other on the back for doing gang buster business. Apparently the film industry isn’t dead as it grossed over $30 billion worldwide last year and broke previous records. The presentation kicked off with a sizzle reel of all the top money making pictures from 2014. After a series of speeches and awards it was time for Paramount to come to play.
This weekend your fearless leader is making the annual sojourn to Vegas. I’m flying a red eye on Frontier Air – it’s going to be fine, it’s going to be fine. If I say it enough I’ll believe it. It’s going to be fine…. Who am I kidding; Frontier Air sucks monkey balls. Only the annual National Association of Theater Owners (NATO) convention CinemaCon can get me on Frontier again. CinemaCon is where Movie Theater Owners get together and celebrate their love of movies (as well as whine) directly to the studios. Considering everyone talks about the death of the industry, there are more and more fancier theaters coming to my area – not soon enough and most are too far away. There will be studio presentations, partaaaays, and some cool interviews.