• The Golden Globe nominations are here, and bizarre as ever. (AE)
  • Idris Elba is the frontrunner for The Dark Tower. (Deadline) 
  • Jane Got a Gun has an official trailer in spite of constant set backs and set troubles. (Lionsgate)
  • President and Lord Commander of all things Lucasfilm, Kathleen Kennedy, has plans in place for the future of Star Wars and Indiana Jones. (THR)
  • The standalone Star Wars movies will separate from the main trilogy. (/Film)
  • J.J. Abrams wants Ava DuVernay to do a Star Wars movie. (Yahoo)
  • Rebecca Ferguson will continue missioning the impossible alongside Tom Cruise in M:I 6. (Showbiz411)
  • Zootopia gets some adorable, parody posters. (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictur
  • Will Smith is in talks to join the Batman movie with Ben Affleck as his Suicide Squad character. (Latino-Review)
  • Cate Blanchett is in talks to join Thor: Ragnarok. (Variety)
  • Marvel’s Doctor Strange will be a “mind-trip, action film.” (Marvel Studios)
  • There’s like a ninety-nine percent chance Spider-Man will have multiple costumes in Captain America: Civil War. (Super Interessante)
  • James Franco reveals the first image from the set of The Disaster Artist. (James Franco)
  • Zac Efron, Josh Hutcherson, and Kate Upton join the cast of The Disaster Artist. (Variety)
  • The Hunger Games has prequels in the works, thanks to Lionsgate, who doesn’t understand you can have too much of a good thing. (Variety)
  • Sofia Boutella may star as a mummy in The Mummy. (THR)
  • Benedict Cumberbatch will star in The War Magician. (Variety)
  • George Clooney is directing Suburbicon, a movie he hopes will star Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, and Josh Brolin. (Deadline)
  • Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will star in another action-comedy, because the world needs more Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. (Deadline)
  • Ip Man 3 releases some rad new posters. (AE)
  • The Legend of Tarzan has a teaser trailer. (Warner Bros. Pictures)
  • The Brothers Grimsby, Sacha Baron Cohen’s new film with Mark Strong, has a new trailer. (Columbia Pictures)
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens has another trailer that has, you guessed it, more footage. (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)


A specific eccentricity, with a sense of adventure and mysticism, is found in the trailer for The BFG. What is The BFG? In the video game series DOOM, BFG stands for Big-F***ing-Gun. You use it to kill demons escaping from hell on the planet Mars. I doubt this will have the same meaning in Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of the book by Roald Dahl, but only time will tell.


  Featured Image: Carol, The Weinstein Company/StudioCanal