With The Nut Job opening to woeful reviews and a 3rd place box office behind the weeks-old Lone Survivor, those aware of the animated film probably didn't see it setting any records. But, hey, what do you know: turns out its $19 million opening did more than make Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit look like a dumb. It apparently marked "the biggest independent animated film opening of all time," and with the film only costing $42 million to make, the studios behind the sort-of-hit are prepping a sequel. In the hopes of replicating the success, The Nut Job 2 also will be tossed into the January off season; it's scheduled for January 15, 2016. Maybe the next one could be about how squirrels also sometimes steal birdseed.
Warner Bros. has reportedly offered the Pan role of Hook to Garrett Hedlund, just the guy from the Tron sequel you always imagined as the pirate captain. The lighter model Charlie Hunnam will play a young, pre-crocodile-hating version of the character, who at this point in the ... / Continue →
Though it took a $72,000 pay stub to get Jonah Hill's Wolf of Wall Street character into stocks, it turns out getting actual Jonah Hill into a Martin Scorsese film is not even all that pricey. Speaking to Howard Stern, Hill reportedly revealed that the production paid him SAG m... / Continue →
Sacha Baron Cohen may be teaming up with his old Sweeney Todd costar, a pile of hair and pancake makeup, for Through the Looking Glass. Variety reports that the actor has started early talks to join the returning Mia Wasikowska and Johnny Depp on the Alice in Wonderland sequel,... / Continue →