With a scheduled release date for next summer, the Jordan Peele-produced Candyman movie has set its shooting schedule. Reportedly, the shoot will take place in Chicago, Illinois beginning on August 20 with an expected end date of September 20. Co-written by Peele and his MonkeyPaw producing partner Win Rosenfield, the
DREAD Presents is bringing horror fans a variety of new movies to check out this year, and among them is Assassinaut. From writer and director Drew Bolduc, the interestingly-titled movie is a bit of a sci-fi adventure movie with some slasher elements mixed in. Starring Shannon Hutchinson, Vito Trigo, Jasmina
Idris Elba is reportedly going to play The Bronze Tiger in James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad. The movie is currently in the casting phase and preparing to begin production soon. Gunn is excited to finally get to work on the project, which is inspired by John Ostrander’s Suicide Squad comics.
The Are You Afraid of the Dark? movie has taken an unfortunate step back as writer Gary Dauberman has executed the project. We first heard that Dauberman, the screenwriter behind movies such as IT and several entries in The Conjuring franchise, had been tapped by Paramount Pictures to bring Nickelodeon’s
Denis Villeneuve’s Dune remake will be “honoring the spirit” of Frank Herbert’s source material. Actor David Dastmalchian is reuniting with Villeneuve for the project and he can’t wait for people to see it. Production is currently underway and Herbert fans are starting to get a lot more curious about the
Dwayne Johnson has shared a new picture from the set of Disney’s Jungle Cruise movie. Johnson shared the image in honor of completion of the reshoots, which he jumped into after finishing off principal photography on Jumanji 3. The actor and former professional wrestler doesn’t apparently need sleep to function
Spider-Man: Far from Home Chinese trailer has Peter Parker accepting his fate. The latest trailer arrives after it was announced that Chinese audiences will get to see the movie on June 28th. The highly anticipated sequel does not hit North American theaters until July 2nd, which means Marvel Cinematic Universe