‘Pitch Perfect 2′ gets a new trailer!

Pitch Perfect 2

After a brief taste of what we could expect from Pitch Perfect 2 (due out May 15th), here's a second trailer for the movie where we get to see a little more of the plot. Which in this case, involves Rebel Wilson accidentally flashing her upside-down vagina at the President of the US. But really, who hasn't been there? Never have I ever, amirite? *Takes a shot* I have made some terrible life decisions. MORE

Spider-Man: Returning to the Marvel Studios Movie Universe!

Spider-man

After getting royally dicked around in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, somebody over at Marvel Studios must have figured that they needed to save Peter Parker (at least momentarily) before he got stuck with another Spider-Man 3. Well, good news! Marvel has reached an agreement with Sony Pictures which will see Spidey's next movie produced by Marvel. He's saved! At least for now. SlashFilm reports ... “Under the deal, the new Spider-Man will MORE

PLEASE TAKE IT ALL OFF TRAILER: Magic Mike XXL

Magic Mike XXL

Magic Mike was one of those Hollywood novelties: A microbudget movie that sexualized men instead of women that went on to make back almost 24x its budget at the box office–keep in mind that's not even counting DVD sales, digital downloads or streaming! And of course, when a movie (which was actually a decent film, thanks to indie director Steven Soderbergh) is capable of making back TWENTY-FOUR TIMES ITS BUDGET, you best believe that they're MORE

Super Bowl Trailer: ‘Jurassic World’

Jurassic World

True story time! A friend of mine and I had a little discussion about the latest trailer for Jurassic World. His hopes aren't particularly high, while I can see the problems here but still understand the logic behind them. Basically, it came down to one major difference: He thinks the movie is pure wish-fulfillment, what with hunky Chris Pratt and his herd of velociraptors hunting a mutant dinosaur. Now, here's what I think: Yes, it's a bit MORE

Announced: The ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot–with an all-female cast!

Ghostbusters

A little while back, it was announced that a third Ghostbusters movie was being made, and that it was, in fact, going to have an all-female cast. Well, the four leads have been announced–and it's pure comedy perfection: Kristen Wiig. Melissa McCarthy. Kate McKinnon. Leslie Jones. Literally, if you were to sit me down and ask me who I thought could lead a female-centric Ghostbusters movie, this is what I would go with. If they end up MORE

Trailer: ‘Fantastic Four’

Fantastic Four

Back when the Fantastic Four reboot was announced, a lot was made over some of the artistic choices. Well, good news! Here's the first trailer, and not only does it still look like a Fantastic Four movie, but it didn't cause every comic book in existence to spontaneously combust! Actually, while we're on the subject: Really? People getting angry over a black Johnny Storm? This is the hill they're going to die on? They can suspend disbelief that a MORE

The biggest box office flop of 2014 is …

Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return

This was kind of a weird year at the box office. The highest-grossing film of the year involved Burt Macklin saving the universe alongside a talking tree and an angry raccoon while a sequel to a gritty box office smash ended up tanking and tanking hard. Well, IGN has compiled a list of the biggest flops of the year, and with a little math, I've put them together in order of which ones lost the most money. So without further ado, let's see the MORE

Box Office: Interviewing the unbroken hobbit in the woods!

Into The Woods

The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies took the final box office of the year with a $41.4 Million weekend according to BoxOfficeMojo, which isn't half bad for a Tolkien movie in holiday months. I mean, it's no Return of the King, but at least they didn't go full Jar Jar Binks with this one. That being said, I'll be the first to admit that the CGI wasn't terribly great for the past three movies. A few prosthetics here and there would have done MORE

Box Office: ‘The Hobbit’ takes one final journey

The Hobbit

All right, my partner and I pretty split on The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies. He, claiming The Silmarillion as his favorite book of all time, thinks that The Hobbit movies are overly bloated to the point of watering down the content of the actual book. I, having never read any of the books, can recognize the faults in the movie (the CGI is serving Final Fantasy Cut Scene realness) but am otherwise entertained enough to give it a pass. I MORE

Sony Pictures caves in by shelving ‘The Interview’

The Interview

After having most of their new movies and personal emails leaked by North Korean hackers, and being threatened with violence, Sony Pictures decided last night to cancel the upcoming release of The Interview. I know you've probably already heard all of that, but I figured I'd do a quick recap before we jump into the meat of this post. The complete story, as reported by Variety ... “Sony Pictures has no further release plans for the film,” a MORE

Take look inside the world of Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’

Inside Out

You know what's weird? We're less than two week away from Christmas (less in fact, so now would be an excellent time to start panicking) and there absolutely zero feel-good Xmas movies out right now. The closest we have is Kirk Cameron's latest failure Saving Christmas, and that's about as feel-good as accidentally stabbing your tongue on a sharpened candy cane. So with that in mind, let's fill the void with the latest trailer for Pixar's Inside MORE

Trailer: ‘The Little Prince’

The Little Prince

Growing up in Montreal, you are required (by law) to be schooled in a French-immersion program. This of course means that at some point, you are required to read Le Petit Prince in its original French, first published in 1943. This of course lead me to the major realization that French kids are so utterly, ridiculously precious. I don't mean Quebec kids, because they're the worst. I mean real, actual French kids from France. Those kids are so MORE

Trailer: He’s Back … ‘Terminator Genisys’

Terminator Genisys

After a perfectly fine if somewhat forgettable reboot, Terminator is getting a fifth installment with Terminator Genisys due out in July 2015. Like the new Star Wars movie, it seems like the reboot (starring Arnold Schwarzenegger) is actually going back to the feel and aesthetic of the original movies, which feels like a step in the direction, but who cares? There are naked muscular men being sent back in time. You gotta good TENOUTTATEN. MORE

So, about the new ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ teaser …

star-wars

For some reason, Disney decided to release the trailer for Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens (in theaters December 18, 2015) over the Thanksgiving weekend, when most (if not all) of the web was away. Actually, fun fact: I ended up working Thanksgiving,as well as most of the weekend in retail. I'm in friggin' Canada, and I can't tell you how many people still use American Thanksgiving as an excuse to go insane with sales. Anyway, now that MORE