Hollywood’s Biblical movie trend continues. According to a report in Deadline, actor Hugh Jackman has signed on to star in a new epic called Apostle Paul. The Wolverine star isn’t the only Hollywood A-lister involved with the New Testament project: Matt Damon and Ben Affleck are among the team producing the film. Though in a 2009 interview with Parade magazine Jackman said that he finds “evangelical church too, well, restrictive” and is a follower of the School of Practical Philosophy not traditional Christianity, he is familiar with the church. Jackman told the magazine that his father is a devout Christian who would take him to Billy Graham crusades frequently growing up. Not many details about Apostle Paul’s plot have been made available yet, but considering Paul’s story of radical conversion and the major role he played in the early church, filmmakers will have a lot to work with ... Discuss

Who needs new movie scripts when remaking old ones is so profitable? Following the success of new adaptations of classic children’s movies like Alice in Wonderland and Cinderella, Disney has announced that a live action remake of their late-‘90s hit Mulan is now in the works. The film joins big-budget, live action adaptations of The Jungle Book and Beauty and the Beast in the new-ish line-up of old Disney movies being remade for a fresh generation of parents to spend money taking their kids to see ... Discuss

Here’s the latest TV commercial for the upcoming action blockbuster Jurassic World. As good as the reboot starring Chris Pratt looks, we’d still rather spend two hours watching the Andy Dwyer version, Jurassic Parks and Recreation ... Discuss

This weekend, the first teaser trailer for the upcoming James Bond movie Spectre dropped, and things are taking a creepy turn for the super spy. The follow-up to 2012’s acclaimed Skyfall sees Daniel Craig’s 007 squaring off with Ian Fleming’s most notorious criminal creation, SPECTRE, and hunting his own dark secrets. The latest in the James Bond franchise hits theaters in November ... Discuss

Jake Gyllenhall—probably the actor with the second hardest name to spell after Matthew McConaughsomeletters—got ripped beyond all sensible measure for his role as a down-and-out boxer in the upcoming Southpaw. The washed-up fighter with one last shot at greatness is kind of a tired hat at this point, but some intriguing family drama looks to set this one apart (and it's directed by the great Antoine Fuqua). Keep your hands up and keep moving. Discuss

Hillsong has released a new trailer for their upcoming documentary Let Hope Rise, which releases this spring. From filmmaker, Michael John Warren—the director of Jay Z’s Fade to Black concert movie—Let Hope Rise looks at the rise of Hillsong Church (which pulls in more than 100,000 weekly attendees in services around the globe), and the United Band’s huge global influence ... Discuss