The final chapter of The Hunger Games is in cinemas this weekend in Australia! However, if you’re not in a rush to see it in cinemas, you can always camp at home because Marvel’s Jessica Jones has premiered on Netflix. It probably helps that this series stars Krysten Ritter and it’s also getting rave reviews!
After the jump, Peter Jackson reveals why The Hobbit failed, a big reason to go see the Baywatch reboot, a minor character spoiler for Game of Thrones season 6, Zoolander is back, and let’s contemplate on whether not watching Star Wars is a relationship dealbreaker.
If you’re ever wondering why The Hobbit never quite got to the highs of the Lord of the Rings series, this featurette will give you an idea why. There was something missing in The Hobbit and that was on top of its overstretched storylines. Looks like production behind the scenes wasn’t all that great after all. (The Guardian)
Alexandra Daddario scored the lead for the Baywatch reboot. Now you definitely got a reason to see it! (Deadline)
A look into a potentially scary plan from Universal to reboot all its classic monsters. I also mean scary not in a good way. (Slashfilm)
Ian McShane offers a very big tease as to what character he’ll be playing in the upcoming season of Game of Thrones. (Pop Goes the News)
Well the official synopsis is out for Alien: Covenant. It’s pretty much about a doomed ship of new people in a doomed world and a strange encounter with a very familiar robot. (Den of Geek)
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is already raking it in as pre-sales have hit $50 million! (Collider)
The red-band trailer for Dirty Grandpa is showing the film’s true colours. Best part is actually the film’s poster as it pays homage to The Graduate. Perhaps this team-up between Robert De Niro and Zac Efron is worth checking out after all. (Cinema Blend)
He’s bringing back the ‘blue steel’. Catch the return of our famous brainless model Zoolander in 2oolander… Yeah I think that’s right.
Never thought you would see this right? Daniel Radcliffe is bad at magic! Or is it all an act? Have a look at the teaser for Now You See Me 2.
Speaking of sequels, it’s smart that they decided to follow Chris Hemsworth’s character rather than Kristen Stewart’s Snow White in The Huntsman: Winter’s War. At least it seems like he can bring more to the franchise than the bland princess from the first movie.
Oh, the forced marketing integration is strong with this one. Well if Star Wars can throw their name into Cover Girl products, then it can be attached to everything else… including eggs!
Here’s the first of four Wong Fu shorts that are related to Star Wars. This one tackles the question of whether not seeing Star Wars would be a relationship deal breaker.
Honest trailer for Star Wars! And no they’re not calling it A New Hope.