There’s no denying that Nicolas Cage is something of an enigma. He’s arguably one of the best actors in Hollywood (there are arguments to be made for a lot of Cage’s acting choices, but that’s another article), and continuously relegates himself to starring roles in some of the – if not worst – most weirdly misguided projects possible. Many say it’s a result of Cage’s spending habits, which have landed him in deep trouble with the IRS on more than one occasion, but I don’t buy it.
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Warner Bros. Pictures announced in April 2015 that it had acquired the series’ film rights, with Roy Lee, David Katzenberg, and Seth Grahame-Smith scheduled to produce in collaboration with game creator Scott Cawthon. However, in January 2017, Cawthon states that due to “problems within the movie industry as a whole” the film “was met with several delays and roadblocks” and was “back at square one”.
GKids has unveiled an official US trailer for the Japanese anime film Children of the Sea, a tale set by (and in) the ocean which revolves around the mysteries of life while depicting the connections between humanity and nature.
Arriving just in time for 4/20, Severin Films has announced a dedicated Blu-ray box set to iconic genre filmmaker Al Adamson with the Al Adamson: The Masterpiece Collection.
The film recently had a soft-screening under its new title Grizzy II: Revenge and, well, we here at Grizzly Bomb are pretty damn excited to see this warlock.
As distinct as Martin Scorsese’s style is, his filmography reveals a comfort with genre that may surprise the casual fan. Disregarding the gangster pics for which he’s most well-known, Scorsese has traversed comedy, romance, horror, costume drama, documentary, and biopic without skipping a beat. But – and this is surprising considering his list of favorite movies – the one thing we haven’t seen Scorsese do is a western.
Lionsgate has revealed the first trailer for the psychological thriller Run. The Latest from Searching writer-director Aneesh Chaganty. Looking to leap off the computer and smartphone screens, his follow-up film stars Sarah Paulson.
How might Blumhouse and Universal’s new iteration of The Invisible Man fare in the aftermath of the failed Dark Universe?
Searchlight Pictures has unveiled the first official trailer for Wes Anderson’s latest film, titled The French Dispatch. The comedic drama follows a group of journalists at an American newspaper bureau set in a fictional 20th-century French city.
An epic fantasy adventure based on the timeless Arthurian legend of Gawain who embarks on a daring quest to confront the eponymous Green Knight, a gigantic emerald-skinned stranger and tester of men.