Want to see the new Superman movie Man of Steel early? Head to Walmart. In a first of its kind partnership, the retailer will sell exclusive tickets to early screenings of the summer blockbuster starting on May 18. Customers who take advantage of the deal will be able to see an advanced screening on June 13 that will take place in theaters around the country. It should be noted, Man of Steel looks like it could be amazing … Discuss
When asked about his willingness to do a third X-Files film during an interview with Jay Leno, actor David Duchovny insisted that he would “play Fox Mulder forever”. But, considering the last X-Files film, I Want to Believe, was a box-office disappointment, it’s going to take a little extra effort to get Mulder and Scully back on the big screen. Duchovny encouraged fans to start a letter-campaign to the film studio, telling them they actually want a third installment of the series … Discuss
You are looking at the promotional poster for one of the most anticipated movies of a generation: The reboot of Left Behind starring Nicolas Cage. Until now, all we’ve had were the Internet rumors, IMDB pages and, well, let’s be honest, hope—hope that Nicolas Cage would take the torch from Kirk Cameron and join the likes of Chad Michael Murray and Ashley Tisdale to make the movie we’ve all so desperately longed for. But now our apocalyptic dreams seem one step closer to coming true. The poster—which is a work of art in itself—depicts our hero standing in front of the wreckage of an airplane while exploding cities burn in the background. And, of course, Nicolas Cage is staring directly at us, the viewer, because as we’ve long known, cool guys never look at explosions … Discuss
Disney chief executive Robert Iger has announced that in addition to the three Star Wars sequels it has already committed to making, the company is developing even more films, possibly stand-alone ones based around individual Star Wars characters, like Yoda and Chewbacca.
After Disney secured the rights to the franchise for more than $4 billion, Star Trek director J.J. Abrams signed on to direct the first installment of the new Star Wars series (effectively making him king of all geeks), which is slated for a summer 2015 release. Disney declined to elaborate on which characters the other films would be based on. In other words, starting in 2015, Disney will basically be just printing money … Discuss
We asked five successful visionaries what they wished they’d known about chasing their dreams.
Think you’ve got a great idea? Tough news: So does everyone else. What makes an idea actually great is what you do with it. So we rounded up five successful visionaries and asked them to share the things they wish they’d known when they were just starting out. Want to get your dream job going? Learn from their mistakes. Read More