Making movies by committee rarely works. It’s a lesson Sony failed to realise when they parted ways with Sam Raimi post Spider-Man 3. Hiring a less-ballsy director and cast, and allowing the marketing team to pass notes “Hey Marc, can we get a Sony Vaio laptop in this shot?” was a plan far more shocking […]Read More Holy shit. Spider-Man: Homecoming is actually brilliant.
Soon you will be able to craft an entirely new Marvel movie by editing together bits from the other 20.Read More Black Panther trailer lands, MovieGulp yawns.
Cruise plays Barry Seal, gun and drug-runner extraordinaire.Read More American Made trailer sees a coke-covered Cruise crash and burn
Paul Feig should have heeded the advice of the man who made Coneheads.Read More Dan Aykroyd slams Ghostbusters reboot director
It looks stupid. It looks fun.Read More The Hitman’s Bodyguard red band trailer. It’s… well it looks decent.
Making a crap film is one thing, making a film that sells a million toys is something else entirely.Read More Toy sales may save the Power Rangers franchise
The streaming boss wants theatrical releases, doesn’t think it will affect cinema chains (he says laughing into his sleeve).Read More Netflix CEO wants to take on cinema chains
Rebooting a long-cancelled TV show and Johnny Depp’s diminishing returns aren’t the problem?Read More Hollywood blames Rotten Tomatoes for bad filmmaking