World War Z was a knock out hit or the first film of the zombie-fied, Brad Pitt starring action horror series.
The first movie was such as hit that a sequel was announced just shortly after the film was released in theaters back in 2013. The series was even confirmed that same year when Paramount announced that the movie had grossed well over $500M worldwide, which was apparently enough for the studios to openly confirm that the sequel was coming.
I'm even glad to admit that the film was exceptionally great and shined a lot of light back on the zombie movie universe that was sort of fading even though television shows like AMC's The Walking Dead were doing sort of well.
We'll things were going great for the sequel to the hit film all up until it was delayed due to script issues. This pushed the ...read more
Han Solo is back in the new official solo trailer for his upcoming side film titled 'Solo: A Star Wars Story.' Before many fans were complaining just a little about what they seen in the very first trailer for the film. We'll I think fans complaints may be little to none after witnessing the new tv spot.
In the new TV spot, we see a little more young Han but we also get a little hint on what exactly Han Solo is doing in this film and why they are even making a back story about his exploits as a younger man. The trailer shows solo and his first interaction with the exceptional, suave and great Lando Calrissian who is played by Donald Glover. We also see what looks like to be the pre-version or the first version of the legendary Millennium Falcon. The film shows the great Woody ...read more
The Black Panther film that stars the great Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyongo, Chadwick Boseman and more is steadily breaking many records. The film became the highest grossing Marvel film in the universe.
It also became the most tweeted film in history and even became the only film to stay number one for more than 6 weeks at the box office dethroning 'Avatar.' Now, Black Panther is still breaking barriers and making history.
It was just revealed that the film that features a 98% Black cast has caused Saudi Arabia to break their 35 year old ban on cinema. Disney and its Middle East distributor partner, Italia Film, will be releasing the Marvel superhero blockbuster April 18 in a new AMC-branded movie theater in Riyadh with a gala premiere, an Italia Film spokesman said.
The “Black Panther” bow will mark the first screening of a film release in the kingdom ...read more
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