The Wizard of Oz will be honored at the Oscars

In 2013, the ceremony of the Oscars was on the anniversary of one of the most popular franchises and obviously vast world of cinema: the films of James Bond, bringing together various clips of different agents 007 that was in the story (and all because not everyone wanted to meet, as was the original plan), […]

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Andres Muschietti could direct a remake of The Mummy

As you may have noticed the remakes are all the rage in Hollywood, especially since the original not only provide their fans, but is always looking to attract new audiences with either a more local manager (think Spike Lee’s Oldboy new) or popular actors (The A-Team is a good example). We now have the remake […]

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Jurassic Park already has a title and date confirmed

One of those projects eternal gestations appears to concrete details. Universal confirmed today that Jurassic World is the official title of the fourth installment of Jurassic Park and the premiere will take place on June 12, 2015, with a view to an imminent filming in Baton Rouge, Kauai and Louisiana. Steven Spielberg will again be […]

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Review: World War Z by Marc Forster

World War Z opens a new genre, the zombie movie suitable for all audiences. Without this be a bad (or good), is notable as the political correctness of some stars of Hollywood (Brad Pitt in this case, brain and absolute protagonist of the project) put in the center of public opinion marginal stories. Because if […]

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Second trailer for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones

With its approaching increasingly release date, is not any surprise that Screen Gems is doing everything possible to generate expectations among fans of the young adult genre and the book of The Mortal Instruments series, to avoid a fate similar to the Beautiful Creatures. That, and also because the fans demand it, as this saga […]

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The Wizard of Oz will arrive in 3D for Blu-Ray and re-release in IMAX

Nobody says that there can be some inspiration among studies, more in terms of properties that are shared by a small link, and that is why it is no surprise that seeing how well it was the 3D show Walt Disney Pictures and Sam Raimi, Oz the Great and Powerful, the people of Warner Bros. […]

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Three directors in race to direct Pirates of the Caribbean 5

Recently we reported that Johnny Depp and Rob Marshall would allying to the next Into The Woods, a musical that would possibly take all the time the director and therefore prevent Marshall take the reins of the fifth edition of the franchise Pirates of the Caribbean. The director was behind the latest edition of the […]

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Walt Disney Pictures is planning a sequel to Oz the Great and Powerful

Even when opened with mediocre reviews (currently has a 59% in RottenTomatoes), seems that Walt Disney Pictures will have a lot of faith in this re-imagining and prequel to The Wizard of Oz: Oz the Great and Powerful, as it is planning to give birth green to a sequel as soon as possible, the only […]

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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey locker breaks world records

For a simple trip to the Middle Earth, almost all Hollywood was sure that the film adaptation of the novel by JRR Tolkien published in 1937 would be a huge success right from the start. Warner Bros. Pictures can celebrate this event as The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey opened this week in international markets with […]

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Skyfall and Rise of the Guardians are surprised at a low box office

To surprise of many, the week prior to the global launch of the Hobbit: an unexpected trip wasn’t long financial boom for the American box-office. As expected there was only one release this past weekend, Playing for Keeps, a film that had a bad reception and did not contribute at all to almost $ 73 […]

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