The legendary actor announced that he is joining the sequel to the Kingsman follow-up by Matthew Vaughn this morning via social media. I’m excited to see what role the Dude will take in the film. Jeff Bridges posted the follow poster to announce it. #Kingsman pic.twitter.com/MrwRI6ZMrm — Jeff Bridges (@TheJeffBridges) May 28, 2016
This is what the first X-Men should have been. That lone thought kept popping into my head as I sat through X-Men: First Class. The continuity has been jumbled with enough over the years that I could get over my qualms we wouldn’t get the original class that kicked things off from the books. The last two abominations of X-Men pictures did more than enough to hurt hopes that the series would ever b...[Read More]
There has been quite a few pics release over the passed few days and some not so good news regarding the status of X-Men: First Class. I won’t rehash with the other sites are saying, instead, I will send your their way, but I’m now a little leery regarding the status of this film which I had such high hopes for. The image above was initially posted via MSN, but was removed after direct...[Read More]
The school mates for X-Men First Class continue to fill up desks. The film is the product of Kick-Ass team of writer-director Matthew Vaughn (“Layer Cake“) and screenwriter Jane Goldman. Cast so far: Charles Xavier (Professor X): James McAvoy (“Wanted”) Eric Lensherr (Magneto): Michael Fassbender (“Inglourious Basterds”) Emma Frost: Alice Eve (“She’s Out Of My League”) Hank McCoy (Bea...[Read More]
Maple Pictures (Lionsgate) have announced the home entertainment release of the comic-to-film adaptation known as KICK-ASS . This news is kick ass as I loved the film in theatre and have been wanting to see it a few more times.
Lots of news out of Hollywood right now. If the current crop of release dates, casting announcements and such are any indication, you’re going to spend a lot of the next year at the cinema. Here are a few highlights.