The race to find the next Hunger Games - i.e. an adaptation of a book series aimed at the YA crowd and beloved by swarms of passionate, ticket-buying fans - just found itself a new frontrunner today, with the news that Harrison Ford and Abigail Breslin have signed onto the adaptation of Orson Scott Card's Ender's Game.
In the Age of No New Ideas, the term "sequel" has expanded in spirit, becoming a catchall for anything that isn't original - which is to say, almost everything given a big summer release.
In the furious bidding war that immediately followed the premiere of The Birth of a Nation at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival in January, it is likely that no one thought to investigate the background of the acclaimed film's director and star Nate Parker, sources have told BuzzFeed News.
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg did not know what to expect when they stepped in front of 1,000-plus people at the 2016 SXSW Film Festival in March to introduce their newest movie, Sausage Party.
Clay Enos / Warner Bros. Pictures Adam B. Vary / BuzzFeed News Adam B. Vary / BuzzFeed News Suicide Squad is also easily a record debut for everyone else involved, including writer-director David Ayer, as well as co-stars Margot Robbie, Jared Leto, and Viola Davis. Adam B.
The short film that won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival is the definition of "laughing through your tears." In 12 minutes, Thunder Road, which debuted in July on Vimeo, details every gut-wrenching, cringeworthy, and hilarious moment of the eulogy a police officer named James (Jim Cummings) delivers in honor of his late mother.
Ethan Miller / Getty Images Fuller (pictured above at the 2015 San Diego Comic-Con) did not, however, reveal when in the "Prime" universe Star Trek: Discovery will be set - for now. "There's a lot of new, exciting things that we're doing with this show, and we want not to saturate you," he said at a press conference following the Star Trek anniversary Comic-Con panel.
On the day BuzzFeed News visited the Star Trek Beyond set in July last year, director Justin Lin was shooting a scene in which Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) receives some urgent news from his crewmates Uhura (Zoe Saldana) and Sulu (John Cho). "Captain, this thing that he has..."
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Selecting a term
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