Who doesn’t love a great action film?* There are so many movies these days to choose from. There are also some great action movies with female heroes. So this list is the top 10 action films with a female lead role! We put together this is list of women who kick ass, take names, and perhaps even chew bubblegum at the same time! So sit back, relax and say, “Ow, ya that was great film!” See if you agreed with us on the list or if you disagree with anything let us know in the comments after the article! We hope you like the list as much as we liked putting it together for you! Continue reading →
Out of all of the single digits, the number “6” gets the least love. (Yes, even if you include the zero “0.”) Not only that, the number six gets the least amount of respect. It is associated with “The Devil” and is the number of “The Beast” because… reasons?? It is the least distinguishable amongst the single digits. As a composite number, it loses the appeal that the “prime” numbers 2,3,5, and 7 have. It is not a square number like 4 and 9. Even the number eight has a more aesthetic appeal, with its double loop, vis-a-vis six’s single loop with a cowlick. And I shouldn’t have to explain the appeal of being #1. The only thing the number six can take pride is that it is the first counting number to incorporate the use of a second hand (unless you are one of those people who decides to use the first index finger twice. Come on – get some dexterity, dammit!) Continue reading →
You just saw The Force Awakens and want more next-gen Star Wars. Well, you’re going to get more. A lot more. Regularly and steadily, for many years to come. But when, specifically, will each new title be released? Below is Disney’s not-quite-top-secret plan. Obviously, these dates are subject to change. Thankfully, no Bothans died to bring us this information … Continue reading →
Sony has officially announced a sequel to the Denzel Washington thriller “The Equalizer.”
Rumors of an “Equalizer” follow-up began months before the R-rated auctioneer opened in September, but it was the film’s strong box office results and home entertainment sales that ultimately pulled the trigger on the second installment.
Washington is expected to reprise his role as vigilante Robert McCall in “Equalizer 2.” Continue reading →
Back in 2014, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige announced the third phase of Marvel Studios’ master plan. A few months later, Spider-Man was added to the roster. Sony Pictures and Marvel were in talks during this time trying to figure out how they would make it all work. Well, thankfully it did work out and Spider-Man will be making his first appearance in the MCU in Captain America: Civil War.
The long hoped for movie adaptation of the best-selling ESPN tome “Those Guys Have All The Fun” took a major step forward this week. In an interview on The Dan Patrick Show, author Jim Miller confirmed that he would be writing the screenplay for Focus Features in hopes of bringing the story of ESPN to the silver screen. Continue reading →
A Hollywood version of Robotech has been announced, delayed and changed hands more than once over the last few years, but Deadline Hollywood is reporting the project is “back online.” Continue reading →
Stuntmen-turned-directors Chad Stehelski and David Leitch made a big splash last year with their directorial debut, John Wick. The Keanu Reeves action film was a lean exercise in efficient storytelling, intriguing world-building, and balls-to-the-wall actions (how many headshots are in that film? I’m guessing a supercut is going to tell us very soon), and the directors made such a big impression that they’re now lined up to make Cowboy Ninja Viking with Chris Pratt. But in a new interview with Movies.com, the duo also says what John Wick fans have been wanting to hear since the second the credits began to roll on the original: they’re developing a sequel.
Deadpool is finally being developed as a feature film. Fans have been waiting for this for a very long time, and thanks to the awesome test footage that leaked online, Fox finally has the balls to move forward with it and has admitted to themselves that they might have a successful franchise on their hands. Continue reading →