Film Forum: Discuss All Things ‘The Walking Dead’

The Walking Dead has become one of the biggest shows on television (it even had better ratings than Sunday Night Football a few weeks last year, which is just insane).  Season 1 of Fear The Walking Dead concluded last night with the promise to go some interesting places with season 2 (zombies on a boat, the continual decay of society), season 6 of The Walking Dead begins next Sunday and has already teased the largest number of walkers in a single episode (somebody has to die in the season premier, right?), and the companion web series Fear The Walking Dead: Flight 462 will accompany The Walking Dead and be available online starting next week (read about that here). Continue reading Film Forum: Discuss All Things ‘The Walking Dead’

Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462 First Clip

Season 6 of The Walking Dead begins next Sunday following the season finale of the first season of its companion series, Fear The Walking Dead.  Despite all this Walking Dead zombie action, those at AMC are expanding their world even further.  Beginning next week AMC will begin a web series called Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462 that will take place during the course of an airplane flight where one of the passengers becomes infected.  Here’s the synopsis below (via Coming Soon): Continue reading Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462 First Clip

Keanu Reeves Discusses John Wick Sequel

Despite only pulling in $43 million domestically and roughly $79 million worldwide, John Wick was highly regarded critically (85% on Rotten Tomatoes).  Oftentimes, however, it’s the commercial success or failure that determines whether or not a sequel gets the greenlight no matter how good it was.  Fortunately this was not the case with John Wick as a sequel has already been announced.  Keanu Reeves spoke with Collider during his press tour for Knock Knock and shared what we can expect from the second installment into the John Wick series. Continue reading Keanu Reeves Discusses John Wick Sequel

George Miller Confirms Two More Mad Max Films

In a summer movie season full of blockbuster hits like Jurassic World and Avengers: Age of Ultron, huge family fare like Inside Out and Minions and many other box office successes that have catapulted 2015 to the top box office grosses year-to-date of all time, one of the big surprises was Mad Max: Fury Road.  Taking place 30 years after the third installment that starred Mel Gibson, Fury Road took in $370 million worldwide.  That total might not turn heads when compared to what Jurassic World, Age of Ultron and Furious 7 brought in, but it was the critical response that drew attention to the franchise and demanded future entries from director George Miller.  The film currently sits at a 97% freshness rating on Rotten Tomatoes and has even brought some Oscar Buzz for the film and star Charlize Theron.  Fans should be excited to hear that director George Miller spoke with Top Gear and stated that two more scripts may have already been written. Continue reading George Miller Confirms Two More Mad Max Films