Alan Taylor to direct Sopranos prequel ‘The Many Saints of Newark’

It seems that David Chase has been trying to do something with the Sopranos that feels authentic and not forced. He finally found a way to do it and news broke last year about a prequel film titled The Many Saints of Newark. Now the project has finally found a director and its one that’s quiet familiar with the property. Continue reading “Alan Taylor to direct Sopranos prequel ‘The Many Saints of Newark’”


‘Bumblebee’ Trailer: The Relationship Between You and Your First Car

We live in a day and age of cinematic universes and spinoff films. Paramount Pictures is in a weird place where they don’t really have a film that fit that criterion. With the Transformers the main films have made a ton of money but they have been steadily declining in terms of quality. With Transformers: The Last Knight the film made much less than its predecessors. Continue reading “‘Bumblebee’ Trailer: The Relationship Between You and Your First Car”

Hot Project ‘355’ for sale at Cannes

Jessica Chastain has brought on a very hot property to property to Cannes that could be one bring one of the biggest distribution deals in a festival ever. It seems that Chastain has her eyes set on developing female-centric films with this 355 set to be the starting point. Continue reading “Hot Project ‘355’ for sale at Cannes”

Annette Bening will be joining ‘Captain Marvel’

After seeing Avengers: Infinity War it’s becoming more clear that both Ant-Man and the Wasp and Captain Marvel will be vital to where the MCU will be during Avengers 4. One of those films is currently being shot and will contain one of the most powerful heroes in the universe. Now one of the most powerful actors in actresses in Hollywood will join the film.  Continue reading “Annette Bening will be joining ‘Captain Marvel’”

‘Master of the Universe’ has found their directors in the Nees Brothers

The remake of the He-Man film Masters of the Universe is one of those films that have been in development for a very long time. Ever since the days of when the project was set up Silver Pictures and Warner Brothers, there has been news about the film coming out in the trades. Continue reading “‘Master of the Universe’ has found their directors in the Nees Brothers”

Adam Sandler to Star in the next Safdie Brother’s film

Ever since the first film of the Adam Sandler Netflix deal came out, Ridiculous Six. It was thought that Sandler was just going to focus on his comedies and it was understandable. He was able to just make movies with his friends and just have fun doing so. But then last year to my surprise he had a supporting role in The Meyerowitz Stories and it made me happy. He was still acting in movies that showcase he more than just the dude from Billy Madison. Now comes more news that will surprise the film community.  Continue reading “Adam Sandler to Star in the next Safdie Brother’s film”

Films set for Purchase at the Berlin Film Festival

With the Berlin Film Festival underway as of today, it is set to be a hub for film distributors to acquire some hot properties. But with Sundance recently wrapping up it serves as a bit of a warning sign that people are weary this year of spending the big bucks. Streaming services, in particular, were very quiet and didn’t spend the money on them. Continue reading “Films set for Purchase at the Berlin Film Festival”