John Hillcoat's "Lawless" arrives on a three-disc Blu-ray set consisting of one Blu-ray disc and two DVDs. The package houses the film's HD, SD, and digital copies, as well as a couple of supplements. … More »Blu-ray Review: ‘Lawless’
The 1987 World War II epic "Empire of the Sun" releases on a DigiBook package consisting of a Blu-ray disc and a DVD. This two-disc set serves as the film's 25th Anniversary Edition offering. A powerful … More »Blu-ray Review: ‘Empire of the Sun’ 25th Anniversary Edition
Apparently, there are no hard feelings between Matthew Vaughn and Fox; even though the former departed from "X-Men: Days of Future Past" last year, the studio is still keen to work with him and has attached … More »Matthew Vaughn to Produce 'Fantastic Four' Reboot
For a while, the battle of the wide ages for Best Actress was one of the top stories at this year's Oscars. Just in the last couple of weeks, however, the battle between the octogenarian actress (Emmanuelle … More »The Defunct Juvenile Oscar Award Should Be Revived to Prepare for More like Quvenzhane Wallis
Why is it when we see a book or any text from someone anonymous, it's usually far more entertaining than anything with a real name attached? It's not that anonymous diatribes stay covert forever if you … More »The Anonymous Disgruntled Oscar Voter: Does This Person Really Represent Oscar Voting Philosophy?
At this point, it just feels like the various corners of the newly revitalized "Star Wars" universe are jockeying for our attention. One corner features a heavyweight in the form of "Episode VII" and the … More »Latest Star Wars Rumor: 'Knights of the Old Republic' Could Come to the Big Screen
David Lean's 1962 historical opus "Lawrence of Arabia" comes out on a two-disc Blu-ray edition consisting of the film's 224-minute version, its UV digital copy, and a couple of bonus materials. This biographical … More »Blu-ray Review: ‘Lawrence of Arabia’
The John Williams Generational Gap: What Might Happen If Williams Returns for 'Star Wars: Episode VI …Yahoo! Contributor Network - Thu, Feb 21, 2013 7:06 PM EST
We have to hold respect for the elders of Hollywood, even if they've been secretly dominating the voting at the Oscars for a number of years. And there's never any worse dilemma than debating over hiring … More »The John Williams Generational Gap: What Might Happen If Williams Returns for 'Star Wars: Episode VII'
Like many Hollywood studios, Universal is coming down with a severe case of franchise fever, as it's eyeing a number of sequels and reboots for its various properties. Among them are old standbys such … More »Universal Chairman Discusses the Studio's Upcoming Sequels and Reboots
It's always interesting to see the formation of new movie acting partnerships that can potentially last for decades. And while it's impossible to set up a movie duo with the longevity of Katharine Hepburn … More »Ups and Downs of Movie Team-Ups: Consistency Chances with Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper
With all the rumors surrounding the possible returns of Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and Harrison Ford for "Star Wars: Episode VII," Entertainment Tonight got the bright idea to get a straight answer from … More »Mark Hamill Says He's in Talks to Return for 'Star Wars: Episode VII'
When rumors erupted that Harrison Ford will return as Han Solo in "Star Wars: Episode VII," it was only a matter of time until co-stars Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher made their way into headlines. They've … More »New 'Episode VII' Rumor: Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher Will Return
Over the weekend, news broke that Harrison Ford will likely return as Han Solo in "Star Wars: Episode VII," and he may be joined by another familiar name in composer John Williams, who hopes to be able … More »John Williams Wants to Compose for the 'Star Wars' Sequel Trilogy
Despite older action stars becoming a sudden new cottage industry, there seems to be a certain exception when it comes to a few, such as Harrison Ford. When Ford returned to the role of Indiana Jones in … More »Issues of Actors Belatedly Returning to Iconic Roles: Harrison Ford Faces Indiana Jones Curse
Now that Marvel has signed Chris Pratt to play Star-Lord in "Guardians of the Galaxy," it's working to nail down the part of fellow Guardians member Dax the Destroyer. The studio may have found its man, … More »Jason Momoa Auditions for Drax the Destroyer in 'Guardians of the Galaxy'
Perhaps it would have been helpful to have a scientist give a disclaimer when the most recent film about a falling space rock (1998's "Deep Impact") landed in theaters. The disclaimer should have noted … More »Falling Asteroids in Movies: Will Meteor Disaster Films Recur After an Asteroid Incident in Russia?
Look out, "V/H/S," there's a new old format in town in the form of "Hi-8," an upcoming horror anthology that's being prepped by some noteworthy names in the independent horror scene. More »New Horror Anthology 'Hi-8' in the Works
America has once again thrown down the gauntlet and placed a movie at the top of the box office that many critics despise. Even if the thought is persisting that "A Good Day to Die Hard" isn't anywhere … More »Winning the Older Action Hero Contest: Does Bruce Willis Appeal More Than Stallone or Arnold?
Shortly after Disney announced production on "Star Wars: Episode VII," reports indicated that Harrison Ford would be open to the idea of returning as Han Solo. Now, Latino Review has learned that it's … More »Harrison Ford Will Return as Han Solo in 'Star Wars: Episode VII'
When "The Avengers" became a massive success for Disney and Marvel Studios last summer, most assumed that it would just be a matter of time until Warner Brothers and DC followed suit with a Justice League … More »Batman Could Be Rebooted Before 'Justice League' is Released
When Nora Ephron died last year, I wrote on whether her iconic brand of the romantic comedy would ever be able to continue. It turns out, despite so many imitations of the Ephron style, we aren't seeing … More »State of the Romantic Film: Supernatural Romances and ‘To the Wonder’ May Change Perceptions
Let's give credit to Seth MacFarlane for always being abstractly creative, even if the actual material might instigate divided opinions. Nobody would have thought a movie about a profanity-laced teddy … More »What Happened to the Comedy Western? Seth MacFarlane’s Attempts to Revive a Dead Genre
When MGM announced that it was in the reboot/remake business after resurfacing a couple of years ago, it meant it. With updates of "Robocop," "Carrie," and "The Town that Dreaded Sundown" on the way, the … More »MGM to Update 'The Incredible Shrinking Man'
Charles Dickens fans are in store for some good news and bad news today; the good news is that Sony is set to produce a new adaptation of Dickens's second novel, "Oliver Twist." The bad news is that it … More »Sony to Update 'Oliver Twist' with Heist Movie 'Twist and Dodge'
A few movie producers are likely wondering how Netflix's original series "House of Cards" would have done had it been a theatrical movie. Would it have been a huge box office hit, or are people unwilling … More »Will New Feature Films Ever Be a Part of Netflix’s Original Streaming Content?