Jeremy Renner will return to the big screen again as Aaron Cross, in the Bourne Legacy sequel.
Universal has confirmed the 2015 release date and will open in the US on 14 August 2015. It seems that Universal are going to be putting another epic film into 2015, which already has a massive collection of blockbuster movies to blow our minds. It’s going to be the most action packed, competitive blockbuster summer ever!
The sequel will be directed by Justin Lin, along with the script being written by Anthony Peckham, who is currently working hard to get it finished.
There hasn’t been a mention of a plot-line for the movie yet, but we are assuming it will continue from where it left off.
Will Matt Damon return as Jason Bourne in this sequel though? Were not sure, only time can tell.
With the Bourne franchise a good number of films in, Universal has set Justin Lin to direct ‘The Bourne Legacy’ sequel.
Jeremy Renner will continue playing Aaron Cross, picking up where he left off.
With the script already penned by Anthony Peckham, only time can tell whether we will see this second outing for Cross take off in a new direction or just carry on following the Bourne storyline.
With the Summer of 2015 already bulging with blockbusting movies, it is no surprise to see that there is a rumour that Universal has landed this movie with a Summer 2015 release date too. Officially though, no release date has been announced yet.
A film, All The Wrong Reasons, starring the late Cory Monteith (Glee) has won a Discovery Award at the Toronto International Film Festival.
It beat 27 other films in the festival. The movie is an exploration of post-traumatic stress disorder.
Taking five years to make, the movie was filmed during the summer of 2012 in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Monteith plays a shop manager whose wife (Karine Vanasse) suffers from the disorder.
As well as Monteith and Vanasse, the movie also stars Emily Hampshire and Kevin Zegers (Gossip Girl).
First-time director Gia Milani, said that the story was inspired by a close friend who is a member of the Canadian armed forces and suffered from mental problems after returning from a tough tour overseas.
Due to the end of the summer movie season, This Is The End is being re-released.
In case you missed it or want to see it again, it will be re-released in cinemas on September 6th.
If you don’t want to go and see the movie in the cinema again, then it will be coming out on Blu-Ray and DVD on October 1st.
Here is the TV spot for the re-release and it shows a lot of the good points in the reviews!
James Franco, Jonah Hill, Seth Rogen,Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, Michael Cera, Emma Watson. The film is directed by Evan Goldberg, Seth Rogen.
This poster is a little more mysterious than the last and shows what at first would look like rubble from a natural disaster, but at closer looks is actually a hidden image of the monster himself.
It has been said that at the San Diego Comic Con, they will be revealing some footage, so if you are anywhere near Comic Con, or if you are going, make sure you don’t miss it!
The movie poster for Gareth Edwards’ Gozilla has been made public. Talk about a massive creature…one made from a bomb so atomic that it devastated Hiroshima.
This is only the tail of the beast, so how big would the entire monster be? Check it out for yourself below!