Jason Voorhees Tribute and Murderer from B.I.G. Sergio

Thor: The Dark World Extended TV Trailer

James Spader is Ultron in Avengers 2!

James Spader has been officially cast as the villain Ultron in Marvel’s "Avengers: Age of Ultron".

The Emmy Award-winning actor will play the voice of the robot character in the highly anticipated sequel which hits screens May 1st 2015.

Wonder if they will change the name to Avengers: Less Than Zero 2! After all, Robert Downey Jr. is in it too.

Shiver Official Trailer! Danielle Harris, Casper Van Dien, John Jarratt #horror

Danielle Harris (Hatchet II & III) stars with Casper van Dien (Starship Troopers) and John Jarratt (Wolf Creek) in this savagely entertaining horror-thriller. The Gryphon is a serial killer with a flair for the dramatic -- and a grisly trophy case of victims. But when he sets out to add shy, young secretary Wendy Alden (Harris) to his macabre collection, he gets more than he bargained for. Unfortunately, Wendy's escape from his first assault only deepens the killer's twisted obsession -- and affection -- for her. Always one step ahead of pursuing Detective Delgado (van Dien), the brilliant psychopath penetrates police lines at will, circling ever closer to the target of his deranged fantasies. Until, finally, the only thing standing between Wendy and the Gryphon's unthinkable desires is her own desperate, indomitable will to survive.

Legendary Pictures getting in on "Dracula" #dracula

Reports are coming out that Legendary Pictures may be getting involved with Dracula (Formerly Dracula Year One). This is the same company that was involved with Man of Steel and Pacific Rim. So they are possibly looking to take this film to a different level.

It would most likely mean a bump in budget as well. The film currently stars Luke Evans and is directed by Gary Shore.

Credit: Variety

Lego Marvel Super Heroes Video Game Official Trailer

Cranston as Lex Luthor? And a Fantastic Man Of Steel 2 Fan Trailer! #batmanvssuperman

News has broke all across the web that Bryan Cranston of Breaking Bad fame will reportedly play Lex Luthor in the upcoming Man of Steel 2 (Batman vs Superman) flick.

Guess this means Mark Strong will not be playing Lex after all. Either would have been a fantastic choice. Bryan should be great bringing a little Walter White to the mix.

I am usually not a big fan of fan made trailers. But, this one for Man of Steel 2 is pretty great.

We Are What We Are Trailer! #parkerfamilytradition #horror

American Horror Story: Coven Teaser! #americanhorrorstory

Arrow Banner and Poster For Season 2!

Here's the official Arrow Season 2 Poster and Banner. Premieres October 9th at 8pm ET.

Affleck is already training for Batman!!

Although, I do not know how I feel yet as Ben Affleck has been chosen to play far and away my favorite super hero. At least he is embracing the role. US Magazine is reporting Ben has already started a 2 hour training program to take on the role of The Bat. Filming starts for the sequel to Man of Steel in early 2014. Below is a little video of training that was done for Henry Cavill for Man of Steel.

Check These Thor and Loki Images!!

Empire Magazine has dropped some awesome covers with Thor and Loki. They are part of Empire's brother in Arms features for Thor: The Dark World.

Joy Ride 3 Rusty Nail was a Jason Voorhees? #joyride3

Ken Kirzinger is going to play Rusty Nail, the maniacal truck driver of the first two films. Ken, portrayed Jason Voorhees in Freddy vs. Jason.

Joy Ride 3 will begin shooting this fall for a DVD/Blu-ray release next summer.

Interstellar Behind the Scenes Video! #interstellar

Marvel Releases "Agent Carter" New Clip!! #agentcarter #marvelcomics

Worldwide Box Office! Lone Ranger Turns a Profit??? Rim Massive Worldwide

So, now my favorite box office update to do. Because the true measure of success is films and how they fare overseas. It determines whether we get sequels. It also makes perceived bombs into hits.

Elysium the film has scooped up $55 million in USA dollars. The perceived semi-hit has grabbed another $47 million internationally. That makes for $93 million worldwide. On a $115 million budget this thing will be a bonafide worldwide hit before its over.

Kick Ass 2 looked like a semi-bomb. However, after bringing in only $13.6 million in US dollars it added a hair under $7 million overseas. That's $19 million on a worldwide level. It's very important to note it's $28 million budget. This thing will turn a good profit before it's said and done.

The Wolverine continues to dominate in one of those "wait The Wolverine bomb sort of ways"... No, it didn't. The Wolverine is doing huge business. It's made $120 million in USA dollars. Add a massive $214 million internationally and you have $335 million on a $120 million budget. I'd say a $200 million profit is pretty good...

Now, Pacific Rim. This is a movie that is getting rave movie goer reviews (not from me, I thought it was OK). It has nabbed $98 million in the USA. But, worldwide it has grabbed a unreal $286 million dollars. And is stomping it's way to $400 million at $384 million currently.

Red 2 which is a perceived bomb has now reached $102 million in box office dollars on a $84 million budget. Not a massive profit but, it's still got a ways to go also. So as of now the "bomb" has $20 million profit. Doubt there will be a Red 3 though (thank god).

Now for the most interesting figure I've seen in months. The Lone Ranger has turned a profit. Yes, that Lone Ranger. Before any dvd or blu ray money ever comes in. It's turned a theater profit. The Lone Ranger only made $87.8 million here in the USA. But, Internationally it pulled another $130 million. And on a $215 million budget that means the film that looked as if it would take YEARS to pull a profit (they all do even Waterworld) has now made a near $3 million profit. Hardly, worth the trouble and money spent. I just found that interesting.

Box Office is in!! Kick Ass 2 opens soft!

Internationals are NOT in yet these are domestic. Internationals later today

Box Office for this weekend was pretty weak overall. The Butler opened with $25 million. Normally, I would not even mention it on my box office report but, it opened number 1.

Very surprising was the soft opening of Kick Ass 2. I actually expected it to do $25-$30 million. The first one did $19 million however, has become a cult hit mainly due to dvd sales and rentals. The sequel opened with a soft $13.6 million.

Elysium continued to hold pretty strong with another $13.5 million dollars. It held the 4th spot on the charts. It has brought in a respectable $55.7 million overall. International totals will be in later today.

2 Guns grabbed another $5.6 million. The action movie with Washington and Walhberg has grossed $59 and is now just $2 million behind it's budget. No word on any international totals for this movie yet.

And in the bomb of the week. Paranoia made $3.6 million. The thriller which has got pretty bad fan reviews you would have thought would have scored more just off Gary Oldman and Harrison Ford being involved. Ouch.

Japanese "Unforgiven" Trailer! #awesome #watchthis

Vin Diesel joins "Soldiers Of The Sun"

Vin Diesel has signed on for what is being called a Fast And Furious type sci-fi franchise. "Grace of Monaco" scribe Diesel and Arash Amel are teaming for an original sci-fi action movie franchise at Universal Pictures and One Race Films.

The story is set in a post-apocalyptic future and focuses on a squad of soldiers that searches for a fabled city of gold while on a tour of duty in Mexico liberating it from an alien race known as Orcs.

Vampire Academy Trailer! #vampireacademy

Frank Darabont's "Mob City" Get's a Video Clip!

From the former show runner for The Walking Dead. Set in Los Angeles in 1947, the story deals with the fight between a powerful yet corrupt police force and organised crime figures like Ben 'Bugsy' Siegel (Ed Burns) and Mickey Cohen (Jeremy Luke) who are trying to move in on the territory.

Neal McDonough, Jeffrey DeMunn, Jon Bernthal, Gregory Itzin, Robert Knepper, Milo Ventimiglia, Alexa Davalos and Simon Pegg star in the series. Wow that's one hell of a cast.

Iron Man 3 Gag Reel!

Expendables 3 gets official cast!



Patrick Hughes' The Expendables 3 shooting begins next week. Producer Boaz Davidson has released the official casting on Facebook.

Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Harrison Ford, Mel Gibson, Dolph Lundgren, Wesley Snipes, Jet Li, Randy Couture, Antonio Banderas, Ronda Rousey, Terry Crews, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Victor Ortiz, Kellan Lutz.

Rumors are still circulating flying about Jackie Chan, Nicholas Cage, and Milla Jovovich.

Rousey, Ortiz, Lutz and the recently cast Glen Powell will play members of "a younger group of tech-savvy action heroes" who initially come into conflict with Stallone's crew and eventually team-up with them.

Box Office Update! Internationals Are In Pacific Rim is a MONSTER!

Box Office has been down for a few weeks now. But, it did bounce back pretty well this time. The Matt Damon and Jodie Foster starrer with District 9 director led Elysium scored a pretty good $30.4 million at the box office for the 3 days.

Too early to tell how it's going to do overseas but, District 9 did well. However, it did grab $10.8 million from limited overseas releases. That's $41 million worldwide. At a $115 million budget we will see how it does overall.

The next 3 new ones are all un-related to sci-fi or horror. We're The Millers had $26 million ($38 million over 5 days), Planes did $22.3 million, and Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters did a not so great $14 million however, it 5 day release so it's made $23 million total and another $9.6 million overseas for a $33 million haul overall. With a $90 million budget that could be a call for concern. The first one did $226 million worldwide.

2 Guns did a fairly well $11 million and now has a $48 million dollar total. No word on any overseas figures for this film.

The Wolverine crossed $100 million in the USA but, more importantly another $194 million overseas. That's $306 million for a movie people said was a bomb. Guess $180 million profit is a bomb these days.

The Conjuring continues to be strong for a horror movie. Another $6.7 million added to it's already large $120 million in the USA. Add in $47 million overseas and it's hit $167 million for a $20 million budget. Wow.

Pacific Rim which is probably off sequel watch (as in it's going to get one) took another $1.5 million. That's $97 million USA and adding in $247 million overseas it's made $344 million. That's a $150 million profit.

Red 2 which was looking like a possible bomb has now cleared a profit. It has made $44 million overseas with $49 million USA. That $94 million and has now officially taken $11 million over budget. I suspect it will take another $20-30 million overseas.

Took a little glance at the Lone Ranger. The movie that looked to be a massive failure has got a MAJOR boost from overseas totals taking in $108 million internationally. It creeping up to $200 million right now. It is still about $20 million shy of it's budget however, considering dvd sales later the movie will actually turn a profit at some point.

Two New Sleepy Hollow Promo Videos From Fox! #horrorontv



Elysium Leads Strong Box Office Comeback! #boxoffice #Elysium

Box Office has been down for a few weeks now. But, it did bounce back pretty well this time. The Matt Damon and Jodie Foster starrer with District 9 director led Elysium scored a pretty good $30.4 million at the box office for the 3 days.

Too early to tell how it's going to do overseas but, District 9 did well. At a $115 million budget we will see how it does overall.

The next 3 new ones are all un-related to sci-fi or horror. We're The Millers had $26 million ($38 million over 5 days), Planes did $22.3 million, and Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters did a not so great $14 million however, it 5 day release so it's made $23 million total. With a $90 million budget that could be a call for concern. The first one did $226 million worldwide.

2 Guns did a fairly well $11 million and now has a $48 million dollar total. No word on any overseas figures for this film.

The Conjuring continues to be strong for a horror movie. Another $6.7 million added to it's already large $120 million in the USA. Add in $30 million overseas and it's hit $150 million for a $20 million budget. Wow.

Pacific Rim which is probably off sequel watch (as in it's going to get one) took another $1.5 million. That's $97 million USA and adding in $200 million overseas it's made $297 million. It will have probably hit $300 million before I finish this sentence. That's a $100 million profit.

Star Wars The Comic Official Trailer!!

Thor: The Dark World Official Trailer!!

Featurette For Insidious Chapter 2!!

Ford Talking Indiana Jones 5!

We've heard for a while a possible Indiana Jones 5 was in the works. Now Harrison Ford while promoting Paranoia spoke about the idea with The Telegraph:

"We've seen the character develop and grow over a period of time and it's perfectly appropriate and okay for him to come back again with a great movie around him where he doesn't necessarily have to kick as much ass.

To me, what was interesting about the character was that he prevailed, that he had courage, that he had wit, that he had intelligence, that he was frightened and that he still managed to survive. That I can do."

Cut down on the CGI and count me in... I was one of the 5 people on the planet that didn't hate Crystal Skull.

Remember the last flick grossed $800 million worldwide on a $185 million budget. That always calls for a sequel.

WWE's Kane Returns in "See No Evil 2"

Some interesting coming from WWE Studios and Lionsgate. They are reuniting with Kane to bring us a sequel to See No Evil.

The Soska Twins (Dead Hooker In A Trunk) are directing the sequel. Which to be honest I highly enjoyed the first one. I saw it as a real slasher flashback giving us a new anti hero to root for. And Kane was very good as Jacob Goodnight. He's going to be killing off medical students and the film starts where the first one left off.

Credit: Shocktillyoudrop.Com

2 Guns fights off The Wolverine at the box office!

The number 1 movie in the country goes the action movie 2 Guns with Denzel Washington and Mark Walhberg. The movie came in with $27 million dollars. Not bad but, not a burner either. The movie has a $61 million budget which is pretty low for a action movie with 2 A list stars.

The Wolverine continues to do well (every body acts like this is bombing). The Wolverine was number 2 with a additional $21 million. It has grabbed $95 million in the USA and factor another $91 million overseas. The Wolverine has made $187 million. A solid $62 million more than it's budget. Sorry but, that's a hit. And this movie should come close to seeing at least $300 million.

The Conjuring continues with strong word of mouth. The little horror movie that could pulled a $13.6 million. That's $108 million US and $12 million worldwide. Now making it $120 million total for a movie that has a $20 million budget. Look for more low budget horror summer releases in the future. Good news for horror fans.

The movie I continue to watch is Pacific Rim. As it has made $92 million in the USA. But, add another $140 million worldwide. That's $232 million. A $42 million profit. It opened real well in China however, whether it's enough for a sequel nobody knows.

RIPD continues it's bombing. The scifi horror something movie was supposed to be a hit. It's now along with Lone Ranger the biggest bomb of the summer. A ugly $48 million worldwide vs $130 million budget.



Red 2 now has a total of $75.9 million worldwide vs a $84 million budget. It has performed strongly overseas like the previous one with a healthy $30 million alone. It should cross it's budget next week.

Fright Night 2 Trailer! #frightnight2

Tech N9ne featuring Serg Tankian "Straight Out The Gate" Official Video!! #techn9ne #strange #systemofadown

Red Band "Curse Of Chucky" Trailer #chucky #horror

Credit: Bloody-Disgusting.Com

Pacific Rim 2 likely coming after China Big Box Office

It looks like Pacific Rim may get it's sequel after all. According to box office reports the Robot vs Monster thriller opened in China with $9 million on Wednesday.

It was the largest opening for a film ever in China beating even the Harry Potter movies. Warner Bros. is said to be keeping a close eye on it and may greenlight the sequel based on the China box office.

Very interesting as I watched a show on CNN the other day talking about why are these big budget movies continuing to be made even when they are bombing in the USA. The reason is China box office. China loves these big budget 3D (yes, China loves it) and a lot of the money being made these films are in China.

Thor: The Dark World Poster! #thor2