Let it be known that the presumed frontrunner who would be taking over the standalone Han Solo prequel story, Ron Howard, has been officially confirmed to fill the director’s chair. After this past Tuesday’s unprecedented announcement that the film’s original directors (Phil Lord and Chris Miller) had been fired, Opie himself will play ball with Lucasfilm and producer Kathleen Kennedy in order to bring balance back to the force. Continue reading →
It should come as no surprise that The LEGO Movie has earned itself a sequel. Garnering $468 million at the worldwide box office, it is one of the highest grossing movies of the year. And we have now learned that the writer directors of the first film, Chris Miller and Phil Lord, will be returning to write the sequel. After the jump, learn more about The LEGO Movie 2 as well as the LEGO movie spin-offs Warner Bros. plans releasing.
Did you know screenwriter/director’s Chris Miller and Phil Lord have their own LEGO characters? In celebration of The LEGO Movie releasing tomorrow on Blu-Ray and DVD, I thought I could share some awesome tidbits from one of the best animated movies of the year. See what kind of fun facts you (probably) may have not known about The LEGO Movie after the break. Continue reading →
Everything is going to be awesome on June 17 when The LEGO Movie hits stores on Blu-ray and DVD; also available on Digital HD. As one of the most celebrated films of the year, and quite possibly the funniest, The LEGO Movieis hands down one of the most anticipated home video releases of the year. Check out all of the awesome special features after the break. Continue reading →
A final red band trailer for 22 Jump Street has appeared online. On June 13, Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) will be taking the road to higher education, invading spring break college to bust drug dealers. Without the element of surprise, will we have a successful comedic sequel? You will find the NSFW, red band trailer after the break. Continue reading →
Moving away from the Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs franchise, writer-directors Chris Miller and Phill Lord (21 Jump Street) have moved on to build something more ambitious. Part live-action, part animation, The LEGO Movie comes to audiences completely original. Founded in 1932, everyone’s favorite childhood building blocks will be coming to theaters February 7, 2014. Watch the first teaser trailer after the break. Continue reading →