1 minute ago John Rambo is returning to the big screen in a major way, with Rambo 5 currently in development and approaching principal photography. On that note, Stallone has begun to tease audiences with the return of his badass Vietnam veteran, posting a new photo to his Instagram hinting at the character's eventual return. Check it out, below! Badass, isn't it? John Rambo was never the type of hero to wear a lot of armor into battle, and that art for Rambo 5 seems to show that John will once again run into combat with little more than the shirt on his back, the bandana around his head, and the knife in his hands. Also worth noting is the word "savage" in that caption of that social media post, which seemingly hints at a brutal movie full of blood and gore. Rambo 5 will take the action away from southeast Asia to place John Rambo south of the border. In this installment, Rambo will take on a Mexican cartel, which seems like a natural jumping off point when we consider the … [Read more...] about It Looks Like Sylvester Stallone Is Teasing The New Rambo Movie
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Every year on January 1, much of the world celebrates Public Domain Day: the day when new works fall out of copyright and enter the public domain. In Canada and New Zealand, January 1, 2018 marked the day when creative work by anyone who died in 1967 (50 years ago) became part of the public domain. In most of Europe and South America, it marked the day when creative works by anyone who died in 1947 (70 years ago) became public domain. In the United States, it marked yet another day when zero creative work automatically entered the public domain. While other countries got access to Dorothy Parker’s writings, Woody Guthrie’s songs, and Rene Magritte’s paintings, the people of the United States had access to the exact same works created before 1923 that they’ve had for the last two decades. 2018 marked the 20th year of the United States’ public domain drought, thanks to the Copyright Term Extension Act of of 1998. Passed after extensive lobbying by the … [Read more...] about Are You Getting Sick of the Reboot Era of Movie Making? Then Let’s Talk About U.S. Copyright Law.
BEGIN SLIDESHOWJon Hamm was going to play Mister Sinister in The New MutantsWarning: Potential spoilers for The New MutantsThe New Mutants movie at 20th Century Fox has been in a bit of trouble for a few months. Originally set to arrive in just a few weeks, the film was delayed by nearly a year earlier this year and has since been delayed again to an August 2, 2019 release date. Reports have circulated about the cause for such delays, with the cast confirming that a new character is already set to be added to the film, but now we might have a better understanding of the situation.The Tracking Board has an extensive report on the behind-the-scenes shuffling around the film. The site notes that while The New Mutants was originally set to be PG-13, the success of Warner Bros.’ Stephen King adaptation IT made them reconsider the amount of scares in the film and allow for director Josh Boone to add more.They also reveal a bit about a would be post-credit scene for the film, which … [Read more...] about Jon Hamm Was Going to Play Mister Sinister in New Mutants
BEGIN SLIDESHOW Jamie Lee Curtis wraps on the new Halloween movie A few weeks ago, Jamie Lee Curtis returned to the role that started her film career, showing off her first day on set of the new Halloween movie. Now, Curtis has taken to Instagram to reveal that she will soon be leaving Charleston, South Carolina, meaning she has wrapped on the film. Fans should keep in mind though that one of the staples of Blumhouse Productions’ ideology is making their movies quick and cheap, which is how they’ve been able to thrive so well as a company. That in mind, Curtis has been on the set for the better part of three weeks, so there should be no worry about the size of her role in the film because of her quick turn around. The actress also shared a photo of her character from the film. … [Read more...] about Jamie Lee Curtis Wraps on the New Halloween Movie
From dreamscapes to adventures turned nightmarish, the Hawaiian island of Kauai has been the setting for an incredible slew of films over the last few decades. Influential feminist director Lois Weber set the first film, White Heat, here in 1933. Since then it’s seen stars like Rita Hayworth, Tony Curtis, Jack Lemon, Elvis Presley (Blue Hawaii was his first of three), Frank Sinatra and Julie Andrews on its shores. Kauai played a starring role in The Descendants, Jurassic Park, Avatar and Hook (celebrating its 25th birthday this year).Feting the island’s A-list lineup is The St. Regis Princeville Resort with its brand-new, exclusive Movie Set tour, led by prolific local film location manager Angela Tillson, who worked on Jurassic Park: The Lost World and The Descendants, among many other blockbusters. The latter was actually filmed partially in the resort’s Presidential Suite, which is an optional add-on to the tour package (for $14,700 plus tax for four nights), which … [Read more...] about Luxury Resort Launches Movie Set Tour of Kauai