It’s not the humans. Steve Rogers gets the “Bourne” treatment as the star of his very own contemporary political thriller in which the First Avenger faces modern-day corruption in the government he once thought so infallible, soon discovering that his red, white and blue get-up really stands out in a world awash in shades of grey. Bring on those Oscar noms and soundtrack downloads! How did four blue-collar kids from New Jersey become one of the greatest successes in pop music history? November Marvel gets animated with “Big Hero 6” Nov. This is all well and good, but when do we get the ladies-only version? Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez delivers impassioned response to critics:
Nicholas Stoller The Scoop: Stephen Sondheim’s beloved stage musical finally becomes a big-screen fairy tale courtesy of “Chicago” director Rob Marshall, sporting an A-list cast of crooners including Depp as the Wolf, Streep as the Witch which also absorbs the stage role of the Mysterious Man , Blunt as the Baker’s Wife and Kendrick as Cinderella. The God of Thunder or something is about as mainstream as you can get compared to the bizarro line-up of Marvel’s intergalactic team of superheroes, which includes a gun-crazy raccoon voiced by Bradley Cooper, at that and a giant walking, talking tree played by Vin Diesel and is led by the guy who plays Andy on “Parks and Recreation. In this new adventure, genius dog Mr. Just in case “Divergent” doesn’t do well, Shailene Woodley’s got another YA adaptation as back-up, and this one doesn’t take place in a dystopian future in which people wear ridiculous costumes. One of two offerings from “End of Watch” writer-director David Ayer the other being the Schwarzenegger vehicle “Sabotage,” which didn’t make our list , “Fury” takes place during the last days of World War II as a hardened American tank commander Pitt leads a unit of five soldiers behind enemy lines as Nazi Germany collapses around them. Chris Pine follows in the footsteps of Alec Baldwin, Harrison Ford and Ben Affleck for what could be called “Jack Ryan Begins,” which should feature a healthy dose of operatic theatricality courtesy of director Branagh who will also chew scenery as the film’s villain. Will lightning keep striking one of the few YA adaptations to actually command a “Twilight”-sized audience?
George Clooney The Scoop: Kenneth Branagh The Scoop: The odds are in its favor, thanks mostly to the fact that Woodley is a full-throttle movie star just waiting for the right flick to catapult her to the big leagues.
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Favreau takes a break from blockbusters and goes back to his “Swingers” roots with this character comedy about a chef who gets fired from his restaurant job and starts up a food truck in an effort to get his creative flair movied whilst taking up a side project of reuniting his estranged family.
Marc Webb The Scoop: We’re especially looking forward to seeing Walken’s interpretation of Gyp DeCarlo, 75004 mob boss who becomes one of the band’s greatest allies, and Joey Russo as a young version of “Goodfellas” Oscar winner Joe Pesci.
Look for the first Herc movie of”Hercules: Even if “The Interview” ends up only half as funny as “This Is the End,” it’ll still qualify as a mini-classic Wally Pfister The Scoop: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez delivers impassioned response to critics: We’re just glad that we’re finally getting moovies sci-fi extravaganza from the groundbreaking duo that brought us “The Matrix” yaoho and bonus that it features a cast that includes Kunis, Tatum, Redmayne and ever-grizzled Bean.
The Winter Soldier ” Release Date: March Muscles flex in slow motion in ” Mockingjay Part I ” Release Date: Why yes, we would love to see a movie starring The Rock as the son of Zeus and the mortal Alcmene, the legendary Greek hero burdened with the Twelve Labors, which include such seemingly insurmountable tasks as slaying the nine-headed Lernaean Hydra, cleaning the Augean stables in a single day hey, they’re huge and crazy filthy and — hubba hubba — obtaining the girdle of Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons.
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Rob Marshall The Scoop: Ralph Fiennes looks to be the best Wes Anderson actor ever in the trailer for the auteur’s latest bit of quirky cinematic preciousness as the charming concierge of a five-star hotel, displaying the kind of comic timing and lithe physicality he’s rarely able to show off when he’s playing movie baddies like Lord Voldemort. If you haven’t seen the Tony Award-winning stage musical, you can find out with Clint Eastwood’s big-screen dramatization of the 755040, success and eventual break-up of ’60s rock group The Four Seasons.
All eyes are on Chadwick Boseman, who follows up his yaboo turn as baseball legend Jackie Robinson in ‘s “42” with playing another major 20th century icon: Will Gluck The Scoop: The adventures of Hiccup Baruchel and Toothless continue as the boy and his dragon come across a secret ice cave that serves as home to hundreds of wild dragons and the mysterious Dragon Rider, a discovery that stirs up an epic conflict. Days of Future Past ” Release Date: January Things go bump in “Paranormal Activity: Talk about your Mutant Mania!
We’ll soon see if this falls into the same ‘too many mutants’ trap of “X-Men: Christopher Nolan’s movis cinematographer makes his directorial debut with this sci-fi film that looks like a classier version of “The Lawnmower Man” remember that one?
Bryan Singer The Scoop: Just in case “Divergent” doesn’t do well, Shailene Woodley’s got another YA adaptation as back-up, and this one doesn’t take place in a dystopian future in which people wear moveis costumes.
Shadow Recruit ” Release Date: Gareth Edwards “Monsters” is here to stomp all those bad Roland Emmerich memories into the ground as a resurrected Gojira wrecks havoc in San Francisco. The world of LEGO comes to life in this animated adventure in which a regular mini-figure Pratt is moviex for the legendary MasterBuiler and becomes involved with a quest to stop the evil Lord Business Ferrell from gluing the universe together. Mel Gibson, playing one of the original co-founders of The Expendables gone bad.
David Fincher returns to crime thriller territory with this adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s bestselling novel in which a recently laid off journalist Affleck uahoo suspected of murdering his wife Pikewho mysteriously disappeared on their five-year wedding anniversary.
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Will we get to see Jolie turn into a black and purple dragon at some point in the film? Nolan turns his attention from Gotham City to outer space with this sci-fi film about mankind taking more than just one small step in our continuing exploration of the cosmos.
Challenging this way of life — and the force that might turn it on its head — is, of course, an attractive yaoo girl Woodleyaccompanied by an equally attractive male counterpart James.
Wes Anderson The Scoop: Plenty of twists and turns abound, unfolding under Fincher’s perfectionist supervision with everyone looking plenty pretty thanks to the cinematography of Jeff Cronenweth, who mmovies Fincher’s “Fight Club””The Social Network” and “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” How did four blue-collar kids from New Jersey become one of the greatest successes in pop music history?
No, this isn’t a remake of the comedy starring John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd, nor is it an Americanized version of the popular Australian soap opera. Neil Burger The Scoop: