ZergNet

Archive for the ‘MOVIES’ Category

Pirates of the Caribbean 5 Might Be Filmed in Australia

Posted by monique On September - 2 - 2014 0 Comment
Pirates Of The Caribbean 5

“Pirates of the Caribbean” is a film series that has seriously gone downhill. That’s being generous. It’s safe to say that quite a few movie-goers out there have gone through “Pirates” fatigue, especially after the latest film, which involved mermaids and Johnny Depp doing a reheated Capt. Jack Sparrow impression. But, apparently, there’s still life in the franchise, since Disney is ramping up work on the once thought dead sequel, “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.” Variety is reporting that Australia has agreed to some of the financial incentive proposals put forth by Disney. The incentives were originally supposed to be for Disney’s reboot of “20,000 Leagues  [ Read More ]

Categories: MOVIES, NEWS
Aquaman DC

Aquaman has become too cool for school now that Jason Momoa has been rumored to be DC’s underwater superhero. If such a star is going to play Aquaman, it would make tons of sense that DC would put an Aquaman film on the fast track to greenlight status. Flickering Myth is reporting that Warner Bros. has been registering some internet domains for some of their properties. The properties include “Wonder Woman,” “Shazam,” “Justice League” and “Aquaman.” So, despite the fact that DC is remaining weirdly mum over whether Aquaman will come to the big screen in a solo film, their domain-buying records say otherwise. The biggest question I have isn’t  [ Read More ]

Categories: MOVIES, NEWS
Black Panther

The Black Panther–a fan favorite Marvel cartoon character–always seems to come close to having a movie, but never gets one. Apparently, we’re closer to a Black Panther film than we originally thought, which is great, because to the outsider, it seems like Marvel is dragging their feet. If anyone’s going to make Marvel pick up their game, it’s Stan Lee. The Marvel comic book genius recently addressed the chances of Black Panther and Black Widow movies. According to what has been reported by Comic Book Resources, Lee had a lot to say. “The chances are [Black Widow] will have her own movie because eventually all the superheroes are going to  [ Read More ]

Categories: MOVIES, NEWS
Miltos-Yerolemou-Game-of-Thrones

Will “Star Wars: Episode VII” stop sounding so cool? It’s like every new casting announcement just bumps the upcoming film farther up the “amazingly awesome” scale. We’ve currently got John Boyega, Lupita Nyong’o, Gwendoline Christie, Andy Serkis, Adam Driver and many of the original “Star Wars” cast, including Harrison Ford, Kenny Baker, Peter Mayhew, Anthony Daniels and Mark Hammil rounding out the cast. The latest actor to come to the cast will bring some “Game of Thrones” flavor to the proceedings. Miltos Yerolemou has been added to the sci-fi cast, according to the BBC. Yerolemou plays one of the coolest characters on “Game of Thrones,” master swordsman Syrio Forel. However,  [ Read More ]

Categories: MOVIES, NEWS

David Oelhoffen Talks ‘Loin des hommes’ (Far From Men)

Posted by Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi On September - 2 - 2014 0 Comment
David Oelhoffen Talks Loin des Hommes

David Oelhoffen Talks ‘Loin des hommes’ (Far From Men) We are in Algeria in 1954, a time when the rebellion is steaming up. Two men from opposites sides of the fence find themselves in the circumstances of having to flee together across the Atlas mountains. Daru, played polyglotly by Viggo Mortensen, is a teacher who has to escort a villager accused of murder, Mohamed, interpreted by Reda Kateb. The two fellows will confront the unknown together in pursuit of their freedom. French director Daivid Oelhoffen describes the making of his latest film, running for 2014’s Golden Lion: How did ‘Far From Men’ work out as an adaptation of an Albert  [ Read More ]

Categories: INTERVIEWS, MOVIES, NEWS, REVIEWS

Interview: The Cast and Crew Talk About the Musical Drama Frank

Posted by Karen Benardello On September - 1 - 2014 0 Comment
Interview: The Cast and Crew Talk About the Musical Drama Frank

Taking whatever means necessary to achieve your life-long dreams is often an emotional struggle people are willing to take in order to realize their goals and desires. But not everyone truly has the talent they believe they have in order to succeed, which makes the seriousness at which they take themselves much more comical and intriguing. That’s certainly the case with the musical comedy-drama, ‘Frank,’ in which the main characters, who are in a band together, aren’t able to achieve their musical aspirations, as they’re not as talented as they believe. But award-winning Irish director, Lenny Abrahmson, who previously helmed such films as ‘Garage’ and ‘What Richard Did,’ effortlessly engaged  [ Read More ]

Last Days in Vietnam Movie Review

Posted by Harvey Karten On September - 1 - 2014 0 Comment
Last Days in Vietnam Movie

LAST DAYS IN VIETNAM IFC Films Reviewed for Shockya by Harvey Karten. Data-based on Rotten Tomatoes Grade:  A- Director:  Rory Kennedy Screenplay:  Mark Bailey, Keven McAlester, story by Keven McAlester Cast:  Stuart Herrington, Juan Valdez, Kiem Do, Frank Snepp, Henry Kissinger, Dam Pham, Richard Armitage, Rep. Pete McCloskey, Miki Nguyen, Paul Jacobs, Jim Laurie Screened at:  Review 1, NYC, 6/26/14 Opens:  September 5, 2014 A bumper sticker that has made its presence felt on New York City cars features and American flag with the slogan, “These colors don’t run.” Would that this were true.  Let’s forget about Iraq (I guess the slogan was printed some years ago) and look to  [ Read More ]

Categories: MOVIES, REVIEWS

99 Homes Movie Review

Posted by Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi On August - 30 - 2014 0 Comment
99 Homes Movie Review

Title: 99 Homes Director: Ramin Bahrani Starring: Andrew Garfield, Michael Shannon, Laura Dern, Noah Lomax  Ramin Bahrani, defined by the late Roger Ebert as the director of the decade,  competes for the Golden Lion at the 71st Venice Film Festival, with ‘99 Homes,’ a story about a father who struggles to get back the house that his family was evicted from, by working for the greedy real estate broker who’s the source of his frustration. The story is very alluring to begin withm since it evokes ‘Faust’ and how wretchedness and the happiness of our loved ones can lead to selling our soul to the devil. Unfortunately though [SPOILER ALERT]  [ Read More ]

Categories: MOVIES, NEWS, REVIEWS

Interview: Peter Facinelli Talks The Damned

Posted by Karen Benardello On August - 30 - 2014 0 Comment
Interview: Peter Facinelli Talks The Damned

Stepping outside your comfort zone to truly embrace both new experiences and what you love most in life is the enthralling theme that not only pushes the actions of the lead character in the new independent horror film, ‘The Damned,’ but also the actor who portrays him. Versatile actor Peter Facinelli powerfully showcased the harrowing and realistic emotions and motivations of a protective father who’s desperate to take any means necessary to save his teenage daughter in the latest movie from director Victor Garcia. While ‘The Damned’ is the first horror film Facinelli has starred in, the actor creatively embraced shooting the film independently on location in Columbia to highlight  [ Read More ]

As Above, So Below Movie Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On August - 29 - 2014 0 Comment
Movie Review-As Above, So Below

Title: As Above, So Below Director: John Erick Dowdle Starring: Perdita Weeks, Ben Feldman and Edwin Hodge Relying on your thorough experience within a particular subject often leads to capturing the next intriguing story on the topic. Holding that knowledgeable background not only stresses the exploration of one of the most fabled jewels in history by the main character in the new independent found footage horror thriller, ‘As Above, So Below,’ but also helped filmmaker John Erick Dowdle infuse the story with the best physical effects possible. The director, who has previous experience helming films in the genre, including ‘The Poughkeepsie Tapes’ and ‘Quarantine,’ which he also co-wrote with his  [ Read More ]

harrison ford enders game

The Force is back with “Star Wars: Episode VII.” The new sequel to the legendary space opera franchise is back in production now that Harrison Ford has recovered from an on-set injury. The film, which has resumed filming at the U.K.’s Pinewood Studios, had faced a setback when Ford had a serious injury during production. According to sources, states The Hollywood Reporter, Ford broke his leg in an accident involving the Millenium Falcon, the spaceship owned by Ford’s character, Han Solo (and called a “piece of junk” by Luke Skywalker). Ford underwent surgery and, in order to let Ford recover, the production went on a two-week break. Now, though, it’s  [ Read More ]

Categories: MOVIES, NEWS

Racing Film Born to Race: Fast Track Now on iTunes

Posted by monique On August - 29 - 2014 0 Comment
Born to Race: Fast Track

Summer is about to be over, meaning the summer movie season is coming to a close. But you can still get in one last hurrah with the new film “Born to Race: Fast Track.” The film is now available on iTunes; if you want a physical copy, you’ll have to wait until Sept. 9, when the film comes out on DVD, Blu-ray and On Demand from Anchor Bay Entertainment. When the film comes to DVD and Blu-ray, the suggested price will be $26.99 (Blu-ray) and $22.98 (DVD). The film, the second in the “Born to Race” franchise, features MTV “Awkward” stars Brett Davern and Beau Mirchoff as Danny and Jake,  [ Read More ]

Hunger Games-Mockingjay Pt. 1 Gale

We’ve seen the propaganda of President Snow, featuring Peeta Mellark and Johanna Mason, but now it’s time to get a better look at the revolutionaries. Brand new posters featuring six of the rebel warriors in “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1″ have been released and they will certainly make you excited about the battle to come. The posters feature Gale Hawthorne, Boggs, Messalla, Castor, Cressida and Pollux. Of course, these characters are played by Liam Hemsworth, Mahershala Ali, Evan Ross, Wes Chatham, Natalie Dormer and Elden Henson, respectively. Take a look at the posters below. “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1″ stars Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen, Josh  [ Read More ]

Categories: Action, MOVIES, NEWS, POSTERS

New Teaser Trailer for Foxcatcher Released

Posted by monique On August - 28 - 2014 0 Comment
See the Motives of the Foxcatcher in the New Teaser Trailer

The new teaser trailer for one of the most buzzed-about films of the year, “Foxcatcher,” has been released! The film is already being considered a possible Oscar contender, which would give Channing Tatum his biggest career boost yet. The film, based on true events, is about the “unlikely and ultimately tragic relationship between an eccentric multi-millionaire and two champion wrestlers.” “When Olympic Gold Medal winning wrestler Mark Schultz (Channing Tatum) is invited by wealthy heir John du Pont (Steve Carell) to move on to the du Pont estate and help form a team to train for the 1988 Seoul Olympics at his new state-of-the-art training facility, Schultz jumps at the  [ Read More ]

Categories: MOVIES, NEWS, VIDEO

Interview: Sophia Myles Talks The Damned

Posted by Karen Benardello On August - 28 - 2014 0 Comment
Interview Sophia Myles Talks The Damned

Exploring the motivations and secrets of the main characters of a film is often one of the most important aspects that truly allows audiences to relate to, and understand, the protagonists and antagonists of any story. While horror movies often forgo those character studies to instead frighten audiences with physical threats and stunts, the best entries in the genre are often the ones that incorporate the characters’ emotions in with the action. Actress Sophia Myles enthralling embraced the need to infuse her new horror independent film, ‘The Damned,’ which was helmed by genre veteran Victor Garcia, with both powerful emotions and physicality to showcase the true terrors of the story.  [ Read More ]

Got Blog? Want More Traffic?

Join our network on Zergnet.

.


.

.