Nearly four decades after first blood was drawn, Stallone returns to reprise his role as one of the most iconic action heroes of all-time, ex-Green Beret and Vietnam War veteran John Rambo. In Rambo: Last Blood, he will be joined by a supporting cast that includes a mix of seasoned veterans and rising newcomers.
Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. Here are a few cinema art movies to keep an eye on this week as they debut in select Regal theatres nationwide.
Here's everything currently revealed about The Matrix 4. Originally released in 1999, the first Matrix movie stunned audiences with breathtaking visuals and a vividly detailed science fiction world dripping in fascinating subtext and philosophical musings.
Stormtroopers have been a mainstay of the Star Wars franchise from the very beginning, but how were they recruited? First appearing in A New Hope, the white armored soldiers served the Empire and the commands of Darth Vader and The Emperor. They've developed a reputation for their terrible aim, despite rigorous training with their E-11 blaster rifles.
Seeing as though his birthday is today, and with the release of his two latest roles in Midway and Jumanji: The Next Level coming at the end of this year, we thought we would help him celebrate by lighting a candle to the successes of his acting career that some of you may not have had the chance to appreciate yet!
Here's what happened to Spock after Star Trek: The Original Series and the Star Trek movies that starred the classic crew. For 47 years, the late Leonard Nimoy donned the half-Vulcan's signature pointed ears and portrayed Mr. Spock throughout The Original Series, Star Trek: The Animated Series, the first six Star Trek movies, as well as a guest appearance on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Nimoy reprised the role in J.J. Abrams' first two Star Trek reboot movies, with his final appearance as the Vulcan in Star Trek Into Darkness in 2013.
Deleted scenes for Godzilla: King of the Monsters have been revealed. The cut scenes add a few minutes of content to the movie. The fact that the movie already had a run time of two hours and 12 minutes could explain why the scenes didn't make it into the theatrical release.
If you’re looking for a new-age trip down memory lane, look no further than to Regal for a double dose of nostalgia. We are happy to announce that tickets for the upcoming animated version of The Addams Family and Elizabeth Banks’ take on the classic Charlie’s Angels are now on sale! Let’s take a look at what’s in store for this fall season at Regal!
The opening scene to any great movie throws us into the setting, introduces us to its main characters, and establishes its tone and pace. Some of these opening scenes are so iconic that they have become (in some cases) more well-known than the entire movie itself. Take a look at our list of the top ten most memorable opening scenes from movies!
The core cast from the original movie—Emma Stone, Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson and Abigail Breslin—are all reprising their roles as Wichita, Columbus, Tallahassee, and Little Rock, respectively, as is director Ruben Fleischer. The question is, will this long-awaited sequel be the end of the franchise? Or is a third Zombieland on the table? It very well could be, but that all depends on how audiences respond, says Fleischer.
Miles Teller will play Goose's son, Bradley Bradshaw, in Top Gun: Maverick. Although official details on the returning character's role in the long-awaited Top Gun sequel are scarce, reports and the Maverick trailer have provided hints at how he factors in.
James Bond 25's title has been officially revealed as No Time To Die, which offers up some clues and reveals about the film's story. Bond 25, which was previously going under the title Shatterhand, is scheduled for release next year, and will see Daniel Craig reprising his role as James Bond for the final time.
Black Mask will be the villain in Birds of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), but he doesn’t look like his comic book version – at least for now.
The Matrix concept artists Geofrey Darrow and Steve Skroce are returning for Matrix 4, with John Toll serving as cinematographer.
Why isn't Aaron Eckhart in Angel Has Fallen? Gerard Butler is back in action as Mike Banning for Angel Has Fallen, and for the third installment of the Has Fallen franchise, he finds himself on the run after being framed for an attempted assassination on the US President.
Every adventure in the Infinity Saga managed to build towards a major moment of heroism by the lead characters. Not all of them may have the same universe-altering stakes that came with Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, but each put the heroes in harm's way for the betterment of others. Through these moments, some of the MCU's biggest moments have happened.
With the anticipation building around the release of The Angry Birds Movie 2, we dove into some of the latest video game movie adaptations to hit the big screen and took a peek at some of the notable, upcoming titles to look out for!
At one time or another, we’ve all heard one (if not all) of these famous movie lines and maybe even uttered them ourselves. But, more often than not, we have misremembered these iconic one-liners and, as a result, have suffered from a societal case of the Mandela Effect— remembering something in a particular way, when it is in fact incorrect. So whether it’s the moment that Darth Vader reveals his true identity to Luke Skywalker or the moment just before Clint Eastwood blows away some criminal, we’ve taken a look at the top 10 most famously misquoted movie lines!
Our adventure began on the red carpet as the cast, filmmakers, and fans celebrated Dora and the Lost City of Gold as it premiered in Los Angeles at the Regal LA Live theatre. With the release set for August 9th, Nickelodeon welcomes back the highly celebrated, originally animated characters in a new and exciting way.