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Those Hitman fans unsatiated by the 2007 Timothy Olyphant driven outing are getting another, similar looking opportunity to watch their favorite bald protagonist played this time by the appropriately named Rupert Friend. Hitman: Agent 47, follows the assassin, again accompanied by a woman, in finding her father. But those looking for something a little more, I don't know, stealthy, are bound to be dissapointed. The trailer looks anything but subtle, and looks to follow the reigns established by the 2007 film, which was balls to the walls guns and 'splosions.
Fox is firming up their release date plans for some of their upcoming franchises, giving eager fans a release date for the Channing Tatum Gambit movie, a new date for Assassin's Creed, plus some shuffling around for Planet of the Apes 3 and Fantastic Four 2. Come inside to check out when you'll be seeing all these movies!
Sony is getting serious about their long in development adaptation of Naughty Dog's Uncharted. Director Seth Gordon has already said he hopes to film the movie in 2015, and now Mark Boal has been officially hired to work on the script. Come inside for more information!
If you are excited to see a Deadpool movie, the good news is that the movie is coming! Fox announced a date and production. The bad news, kind of, is that two other movies were delayed. One delay isn't all that big...but the other could mean trouble. Come inside to learn more and learn when you'll see the Merc with a Mouth on the big screen!
We've know that The Last of Us is being turned into a movie, with Sam Raimi guiding the film as a producer, but that's about all we know. Today at SDCC, Sam Raimi took the stage to talk about the upcoming film along with the game and screenwriter for it, Neil Druckmann. One of the more interesting tidbits is that Maisie Williams had been approached for a lead role.
Exciting images reveal the glorious title logo for the eagerly awaited movie adaptation of the popular Warcraft game series, as well as some shots of weaponry!
With Comic-Con essentially here (though it officially starts tomorrow), movie studios are starting to let news bits drop out. The latest is coming from Sony who's set a few release dates for their upcoming projects including The Sinister Six, Uncharted, and even a delay for The Amazing Spider-Man 3. Come inside to check out when you'll be seeing these films on the big screen.
Since The Last of Us released last year to such high critical acclaim, Sony and Naughty Dog have been anxious to adapt the story for the big screen. Now they're getting closer, as Screen Gems has announced they've inked a distribution deal for the film, which will bring in Sam Raimi and his team to help produce the feature. Come inside for the full release!
After three years of working deeply within the Mortal Kombat mythology, creating two seasons of a webseries and prepping work on a film reboot, Kevin Tancharoen has decided to step down from the director's chair, leaving the film still in production but without a director.