In the age of streaming, prestige television and general apathy to the cinema experience, what was it that lured moviegoers out in their thousands to see the EIGHTH film in a franchise that launched with a $40m opening weekend in Summer 2001?
Bigger is better and Jason Statham is a comedy superstar: the eighth Fast & Furious film ups the stakes, and the fun.
Rian Johnson has debuted the teaser trailer for the ninth live-action Star Wars film at Orlando’s Star Wars Celebration, and it’s a tantalising mix-bag of first look footage from the year’s biggest movie.
On May 25, BuzzHub will celebrate its fifth anniversary, and what a five years it’s been. We’ve witnessed two, almost three, Christopher Nolan movies, a dozen Marvel Cinematic Universe flicks and most of Game of Thrones. We’ve given you film and television news, reviews and the occasional interview; hilarious podcasts and a bunch of magazine covers for a magazine that may or may not actually exist. Thousands of trailers and posters have been plastered across our pages. It’s all been a delight. But times have changed since 2012, and we’re changing with them. BuzzHub has, we’ll admit, never been one of the most successful sites of our kind: few, if any, people come to us for trailers and posters and such. Our role as a deliverer of news belongs in another era. So we’re going to start rolling things back a bit. Don’t worry: BuzzHub in its current form is going nowhere. You’ll always be able to access our five-year archive of almost 5,000 posts. But we’re going to slow down our activity as our editor, …
Paramount Pictures have announced the release date for George Clooney’s upcoming film as director, scripted by the Coen Brothers: Suburbicon will hit theaters on November 3, 2017.
The Fast & Furious franchise turns up a gear, as Charlize Theron and Helen Mirren join the star-studded cast for the darkest, most personal thrill ride yet.
Based on the books by Stephen King, The Dark Tower stars Idris Elba as Roland Deschain and Matthew McConaughey as Walter O’Dim (AKA as Randall Flagg, The Man in Black, in the novels). The film is being directed by Nikolaj Arcel (A Royal Affair).