Everyone that goes to a Marvel movie knows, when those credits come on, don’t move….they’ve adopted a ‘One More Thing’ like Steve Jobs used to do at an Apple event! Well that scene for their upcoming “Deadpool” movie(in theaters this Friday) has hit the net, so maybe you won’t have to wait this time!!
It seems now that the skipping a year for the third installment of ‘The Purge’ movie has been worth the wait. The trailer for the third movie has just been released and it’s appears this time around the film will be making a solid political statement. Titled, The Purge: Election Year, the film will be seemingly appropriate as this year is an election year.
The new film takes place two years after the second film, with Frank Grillo returning to the scene as anti-purge hero Leo Barnes. He’s back as head of security for a senator Charlene Roan (Elizabeth Mitchell), who is planned to be killed during the Purge by higher ups who see her as a threat. Barnes is on a mission to protect her throughout the annual murder affair which leaves puts them on the streets of D.C., fighting for their lives.
The Purge: Election Year is slated to hit theaters July 1st. Hit the jump for the full trailer.
So now the rumors have been confirmed! Bad Boys 3 is really happening. That is pretty exciting news! I mean who can ever get enough of Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett. The dynamic duo made all the Bad Boys movies enjoyable. Will Smith has confirmed that the Bad Boys are definielty coming to a screen near you soon.
With the lack of diversity in the Oscars (look at the above photo from their nominees brunch), the Golden Globes and more, BET Networks and the American Black Film Festival have decided to take matters into their own hands. Together, the entities have announced the ABFF Awards: A Celebration of Hollywood.
“It’s clear that there’s a need for this show,” BET’s President, Stephen Hill, said. “2015 was ripe with tremendous and inspiring performances by African Americans and we are beyond thrilled to be the ones to recognize them with class and admiration.”
Although being snubbed now infamously by the Academy Awards, ‘Straight Outta Compton’ pulls through and grabs the award for “Best Film” at the 47th annual NAACP Image Awards. Hit the jump for the story and also the full list of winners from the awards!
A stripper by the name of Zola shot to Twitter infamy when her tale of tricking and stripping went viral back in the fall. Months later, she’s still capitalizing off of the fame, and the story will now be turned into a movie – directed by none other than James Franco!
The film will be based on David Kushner’s story for Rolling Stone, published in November and titled “Zola Tells All: The Real Story Behind the Greatest Stripper Saga Ever Tweeted.”
The script will be written by Neel and Mike Roberts, while Franco and Vince Jolivette are producing through their Rabbit Bandini Productions with Killer Films’ Christine Vachon and David Hinojosa, and Gigi Films’ Gia Walsh and Kara Baker.
Will you be checking for this?!
Following the success of the 2001 Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson film Zoolander, the guys are back some 15 years later for part two.
Zoolander 2 will drop next Friday, February 12, making for the perfect date night for Valentine’s Day weekend! Cameos include A$AP Rocky, Skrillex, Justin Bieber, Kanye West, Usher, Miley Cyrus, Lenny Kravitz and many more (according to Bustle,) a few of which you can see in the latest trailer below.
Hit the jump to check it out!
As previously reported, Nas is the executive producer of and curating the soundtrack for The Land, an upcoming film about Cleveland that stars Machine Gun Kelly, Erykah Badu and more. After the film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last weekend, the legendary Queens rapper sat down with Revolt TV to share some more details on what to expect.
“Lots of good talent in the film,” Nas said. “It’s based in Cleveland, in the hoods of Cleveland. … The timing worked out impeccably. So it’s just like living the life right now.”
The Land will focus on four skateboarders from the 216, and their trials and tribulations as they moonlight as drug dealers. Will you be checking for this when it drops?
It looks like none other than a white guy has been casted to play Michael Jackson, a black man, in a new UK TV movie. Yes, a white guy.
Joseph Fiennes, the brother of Ralph Fiennes, will be playing the role of the legendary entertainer. The cast also includes Stockard Channing who will be playing Elizabeth Taylor and Brian Cox as Marlon Brando.