Kingsman director, Matthew Vaughn, has been tapped to direct upcoming adaptation of Argylle, a yet to be launched book by author Ellie Conway. The cast is set to be a packed star studded extravaganza with Henry Cavill, Sam Rockwell, Bryce Dallas Howard, Bryan Cranston, Dua Lipa, Samuel L. Jackson, John Cena, and Catherine O’ Hara. It is reported that this will be the first film in a trilogy ...[Read More]
The legendary actor announced that he is joining the sequel to the Kingsman follow-up by Matthew Vaughn this morning via social media. I’m excited to see what role the Dude will take in the film. Jeff Bridges posted the follow poster to announce it. #Kingsman pic.twitter.com/MrwRI6ZMrm — Jeff Bridges (@TheJeffBridges) May 28, 2016
This is what the first X-Men should have been. That lone thought kept popping into my head as I sat through X-Men: First Class. The continuity has been jumbled with enough over the years that I could get over my qualms we wouldn’t get the original class that kicked things off from the books. The last two abominations of X-Men pictures did more than enough to hurt hopes that the series would ever b...[Read More]
There has been quite a few pics release over the passed few days and some not so good news regarding the status of X-Men: First Class. I won’t rehash with the other sites are saying, instead, I will send your their way, but I’m now a little leery regarding the status of this film which I had such high hopes for. The image above was initially posted via MSN, but was removed after direct...[Read More]
The school mates for X-Men First Class continue to fill up desks. The film is the product of Kick-Ass team of writer-director Matthew Vaughn (“Layer Cake“) and screenwriter Jane Goldman. Cast so far: Charles Xavier (Professor X): James McAvoy (“Wanted”) Eric Lensherr (Magneto): Michael Fassbender (“Inglourious Basterds”) Emma Frost: Alice Eve (“She’s Out Of My League”) Hank McCoy (Bea...[Read More]
Maple Pictures (Lionsgate) have announced the home entertainment release of the comic-to-film adaptation known as KICK-ASS . This news is kick ass as I loved the film in theatre and have been wanting to see it a few more times.
Lots of news out of Hollywood right now. If the current crop of release dates, casting announcements and such are any indication, you’re going to spend a lot of the next year at the cinema. Here are a few highlights.
Normally we avoid the cussing here on Eye Crave Network, but when the title has what some would consider a cuss how to do you avoid it? This time you don’t because the Kick-Ass, well, kicks ass.