The X-Men: Apocalypse billboard has sparked quite the controversy amongst fans and celebrities which prompted 20th Century Fox to issue an apology. The billboard shows Apocalypse, played by Oscar Issac choking Mystique, who is played by Jennifer Lawrence.
Rose McGowan was one of the celebrities who have spoken out against the marketing material Fox used for the movie. She had issued a statement via Facebook to the Hollywood Reporter which stated the following:
“There is a major problem when the men and women at 20th Century Fox think casual violence against women is the way to market a film. There is no context in the ad, just a woman getting strangled. [...]
Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the hilarious minds behind such movies as The LEGO Movie, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, 21 Jump Street, and 22 Jump Street, brings us the upcoming TV comedy, Son of Zorn. Part animated, part live-action, this new FOX show is slated for the Sunday night lineup this fall.
The show is about an animated He-Man-esque character, Zorn who is voiced by Saturday Night Live (SNL) alumni, Jason Sudeikis. After defending his home land of Zephyria, Zorn is returning to Orange County where his ex-wife (Cheryl Hines) and son (Johnny Pemberton) currently reside. Zorn takes a job selling industrial soap dispensers while trying to reconnect with his [...]
FOX has released its first trailer for the brand new show The Exorcist, which is a take on the 1973 film and 1971 book. The show’s plot is briefly described as “Two very different priests tackle one family’s case of terrifying demonic possession.”
Geena Davis stars as Angela Rance, a Catholic woman who hears voices and senses changes in her house, and in her daughter since her she has returned home from college. She confronts her priest, Father Thomas played by Alfonso Herrera, and asks him to help remove a demon that is trying to take her daughter.
Father Thomas has a dream involving another priest, Father Marcus who is played by Ben Daniels, [...]
Fox just released the first trailer for the their rendition of the cult classic film The Rocky Horror Picture Show. The movie was originally aired in 1975 starting Tim Curry (It, Legend) as a parody to sci-fi films as well as b list horror films and quickly ignited into one of the most loved films of all time.
Come October of this year, Fox is celebrating the 40 year anniversary of the film in this modern-age remake staring Orange Is The New Black‘s star Laverne Cox as none other than Dr. Frank-N-Futer, as well as Victoria Justice and others. Check out the video below!
Although there have been serious doubts and aggravations with another remake of classic [...]