Disney’s new Mary Poppins movie, starring Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda, and directed by Rob Marshall, is finally official! The sequel will be called Mary Poppins Returns and it’ll be released Christmas Day 2018. So, you’d imagine a third film to be called Mary Poppins Forever followed by Mary and Jack, then Mary…
For the past several years the Walt Disney Company has been madly attempting to remake all the classic animated films into live action. One of the latest to move forward is Mary Poppins, the 1964 masterpiece that blended live action and animation. And now they may have the perfect lead actress: Emily Blunt.
Hasbro’s feature-length animated My Little Pony movie just got a huge dose of star power with its latest cast addition: Emily Blunt. She’ll be playing a new character. Though no other details were given, we’re gonna make a bold prediction and say it’s maybe, probably, gotta be the story’s villain.
The newest trailer for the follow-up to Snow White and the Huntsman is here. It takes place before the 2012 film, but it might be most notable because it’s seems almost exactly like a live-action version of Disney’s Frozen.
The very first character posters from the sequel-turned-prequel to 2012’s Snow White and the Huntsman have arrived. And with Emily Blunt, Jessica Chastain, and Charlize Theron in their most fabulous looks, it will at least look great if nothing else.
Edge of Tomorrow is one of those movies we haven’t stopped thinking about since we saw it. It seems the same is true for Tom Cruise. In a new interview, the film’s star admitted he has an idea for a sequel, which he recently pitched to the film’s writer and director.
Look, I know, I know, that The Huntsman has all the hallmarks of a train wreck. The story of its production is Gordian in its knotness. Rather than slice the thing in half, the movie's gone with a strategy of "hiring all the best women they can." The latest person joining the cast? Jessica Chastain.
The massively troubled follow-up to 2012's Snow White and the Huntsman has been dealt another blow: It's lost Frank Darabont as a director. But at least they've got plans for a new villain that might inject life into this thing once again.
The best part of Edge of Tomorrow isn't the mad action, great fights or wonderful chemistry between Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, it's the humor. And Tom Cruise delivers each ham-boned or cowardly line so well. And if you don't believe us, check out this supercut.
As you likely know from the trailers, the scifi movie Edge of Tomorrow is about Tom Cruise reliving a single day until he can somehow change the course of a battle against alien invaders. To do so, he trains with Emily Blunt, who kills him whenever they need a "reset." Apparently she took her role seriously.
Wanna glimpse until what all the fuss is about on Doug Liman's Edge of Tomorrow? Here are four alien-killing clips that demonstrate the battle-heavy nature of this Groundhog Day-with-guns movie.
Tom Cruise doesn't just live the same combat mission over and over again in Edge of Tomorrow—he also dies a whole lot. Watch a few of the many deaths of Cruise in the latest trailer, including one at the hands of Emily Blunt.
Johnny Depp has been officially cast in Disney's big-screen adaptation of Into the Woods as the Big Bad Wolf. That means he's going to be singing sexually charged songs opposite...a ten-year-old girl.
We've seen the footage from Tom Cruise's new Super Troopers-eque war movie, Edge of Tomorrow. And now we're getting a closer look at the suits Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt wear to kick ass in.
Emily Blunt and Tom Cruise sit with their top-heavy gear in the first official image from All You Need is Kill.
What's it like working with a Gat Man on Emily Blunt's futuristic farm? Why did Garret Dillahunt's character dredge up so much fear? The first-ever deleted scene from Rian Johnson's Looper shows the trigger-happy Gat Man searching for Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis on Blunt's family farm. It's a pretty slick…
Rian Johnson's Looper doesn't just have a clever use of time travel — it also has a complicated gangster society, with its own futuristic terminology. Including the movie's title — Joseph Gordon-Levitt's character is a "looper," which means he's the lowest of the low, when it comes to these future gangsters.
Writer-director Rian Johnson gave San Diego Comic-Con an extended peek at his new film Looper, in which Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays a hit man who has to kill his future self, played by Bruce Willis. But Willis isn't just out to save his neck — he wants to save the future from his past. Minor spoilers ahead.
We can't wait to see Brick director Rian Johnson's new film, in which Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays a hitman who kills people from the future. We've got the full report on the WonderCon trailer, plus see the first images from the film!