Charlie’s Angles Reboot
Blog TV/Film News
Aaron Tansey
September 16, 2015
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Hi Viewers we have some good news for all you Charlie’s Angels fans out there sony is planing a reboot of the movie series. Sources have told E! News that Elizabeth Banks is in negotiations to direct the reboot with her husband and producing partner Max Handelman. The Studio and producers will begin a search for a writer to tackle the reboot, According to The Hollywood Reporter, who broke the story first.

Elizabeth Banks who you will know from playing Eiffie Trinket in The Hunger Games series has also directed before Pitch Perfect 2 and a segment of Movie 43 as well as some short movies. It will be interesting to see what way they will bring the movie this time as the original TV series had some dramatic moments as the movies chose to take a more light hatred approach, so could we see something like what Christopher Nolan did whit the Batman series. We will have to wait and see.

Charlie’s Angels started off as a Tv show in the 70’s and stared Kate Jackson, Farrah Fawcett and Jaclyn Smith. It them made its way to the big screen in 2000 and stared the dream team of Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Lui. it did well and got a sequel in 2003, Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle.

Cast will be a big thing in this movie the 3 I would love to see in the roles of Charlie’s Angles would be Ronda Rousey, Cara Delevingne, and Jennifer Lawrence that would be some line up. Who would you like to see playing Charlie’s Angles, let me know who by leaving a comment below

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Mary Poppins on the way Back to the Big Screen
Blog Children/Family TV/Film News
Aaron Tansey
September 15, 2015
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Disney has being diving into its movie faults of late and remaking any film they can it seems with the like of Malecifents  Cinderella all read rebooted in live action movies and Dumbo was announced to get the same treatment a few months ago, Disney are at it again this time going after  Marry Poppins, but not as a reboot but as a sequel set 2o years after the first movie, Variety are reporting. Rob Marshal who did Into The Woods for Disney a few years back looks set to take the helm for Mary Poppins as well, and Marshal is bringing his 2 producers from into the woods as well John Deluca and Marc Platt.

Sources have confirmed to Variety that the new film will take place in london 20 years after the first film and will take story lines from the P.L. Traver’s Children books focusing on the magical nanny’s continued adventures with the Banks Family. The Original film starred Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke in the story of a nanny who cam to work for a banker’s unhappy family in pre-world War 1 England. The films was a huge hit , grossing $100 million at the box office, and earned five Oscars including one for Andrews as Best Actress.

You can read the full story here

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Training Day For TV
Blog TV/Film News Uncategorized
Aaron Tansey
August 17, 2015
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With over 400 scripted show on TV these day it is understandable that networks are looking out for new ways to launch into this competitive and very clustered market. So it would be easier to launch something that has a big fan base all ready. That is why networks are relaunching a lot of shows like Prison Brake, Heroes Reborn, and rumor has it that Fresh Prince of Bel Air are all get a chance to come back, and so is this early 2000’s classic Training Day.

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It’s been announced that a show based on the movie could be on its way to the small screen. US network CBS have ordered a pilot based on the 2001 film staring Denzel Washington and Ethan Hawke. The series will be set in the present day and Antoin Fuqua, who directed the original film, is taking charge of the project, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The pilot was apparently written by former LAPD detective Will Beall, who will also act as executive producer alongside Antoine, Jerry Bruckheimer and Jonathan Littman. It is not know weather Denzel or Ethan, who recently announced that they will reunite for ne movie The Magnificent Seven, will make an appearance in the follow up.

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Terminator:Genisys Review
Action Blog Box Office
Aaron Tansey
July 4, 2015
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I went to see Terminator: Genisys this weekend. I had read a lot of bad reviews about it so i was not expecting much form it, and thats why I think I left the cinema so happy because I hadn’t built up how grate it was going to be in my head. Straight off the bat I think bringing Schwarzenegger was a grate movie as he brings so much levity to the film by just cracking a stupid smile.

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Before I get into the things I loved about the film I will get the things I didn’t like a bout the film out of the way first. This movie was meant to be a reboot but at the same time act as sequel, and to do this they kept trying to explain time travel which left characters felling like me, not knowing what was happing but going with it anyways.

Now for the good bits, I liked how they seemed to take bitts from the first three movies and put them all together to make this one. Like the scene when Reese comes back to the past the scene fells very much like the scene from the first movie and the car case on the bridge fells like it was taken from the third movie. These are just a few examples.

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Over all I really liked this movie and was happy to see Arnold Schwarzenegger back in the franchise. Emilia Clarke was very good as a strong Sarah Connor. While Jai Courtney was good as Kyle Reese. I give this film 4.5 out of 5 Let me know what you taught of the film leave a comment below.


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Jurassic world Could Have a $100 Million Opening
Action Blog SciFi/Fantasy TV/Film News
Aaron Tansey
May 27, 2015
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The Guardian is reporting that Jurassic world is set to have a opening weekend of over $100 million . Experts predict Colin Trevorrow’s film is on course to mimic the barnstorming financial success of the early Steven Spielberg-directed Jurassic Park movies.

Dinosaur disaster movie Jurassic World looks set to be one of the year’s biggest films at the box office after experts predicted a opening of more than $100 million next month.

Screen Shot 2015-05-27 at 19.00.40The latest installment in Steven Spielberg’s blockbuster Sci-Fi saga about rampaging reptiles on a remote island theme park is due for release on 11 June in the Uk and a Day later in US cinemas. It stars Guardians of the Galaxy’s Chris Pratt opposite Bryce Dallas Howard, Vincent D’Onofrio and a brand-new CGI-generated “genetically Modified” dinosaur know as Indominus Rex.

The high box office tracking figures, via suggest the new Jurassic Park movie could be on course to mimic the barnstorming financial success of the saga’s early installments. Spieberg’s Jurassic Park was the highest grossing film of all time between 1993 and 1997 when James Cameron’s Titanic took the mantle. A US opening in excess of $100 million would put the new film, Colin Trevorrow, on course to serapes its predecessor provided it also performs well in China.

The Lost World: Jurassic Park also scored decently in 1997 taking $618 million world-wide to land the top three films of the year. However, 2001’s Jurassic  Park 3 managed only $368 million four years later after joe Johnston succeeded Spielberg as director. Check out the trailer.


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Mad Max Review
Action Blog
Aaron Tansey
May 16, 2015
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This weekend see the release of Mad Max Fury Road. The opening scene starts with a with about 2 minutes of dialogue and then a chase scene, and Miller started as he meant to continue with this film as the actions scenes get bigger and better and more spectacular as the film progress,  and the fact that he used very little to no CGI at all added to the look of the film with some grate stunts throughout.

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I do have to say and it’s not a bad thing but I felt that the film focused mainly on Charlize Theron’s Furiosa which was not a bad thing as she played the role grate and was a strong lead, but the film was called Mad Max and I just fell that he was there in name only.Some people are saying that Miller wrote Furiosa to be equal with Tom Hardy’s Max but my opinion is that Hardy was just there as a side charter. Now it could have benign written that way to attract more females to the film which might just work.

For me I loved the film it Much like the original film there was not much of a story line, but it looked grate and it was an enjoyable two hours I would defiantly recommend it to anyone that isn’t quite sure what they want to see in the cinema this weekend. I give it a 4 out of 5. Let me know what you taught of it by leaving a comment below. Thanks for reading and until the next time keep on Viewing.


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The Craft to be Remade
Cult TV/Film News
Aaron Tansey
May 14, 2015
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The Hollywood Reporter was reporting that Sony are set to remake 1996 supernatural teen thriller The Craft. Sony has tasked Leigh Janinak, an up and coming horror filmmaker, to write and direct the new version. Janiak will co write the script with Phil Graziadei.

Doug Wick who was The Craft’s original producer, is back in the same capacity, this time producing with Lucy Fisher.

The original starred Robin Tunney, who arrives at a catholic school and befriends a trio of wannabe witches, played by Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell and Rachel True. the Trio turn out to be amateur practioners and welcome Tunney’s character, a natural, into their fold. when they use their magic to fix personal issues, they discover that dark forces aren’t something to trifle with.

The news of a female director coming on board to direct a female centric feature project is welcome news to Hollywood, as it breaks after studios have come under fire for the lack of hiring of women directors at all levels of the film and television industry. Janiak’s Hiring was already weeks in the works; the filmmaker impressed execs with her take on a female empowerment tale

Janiak’s impressed many last year with her debut horror film Honeymoon which premiered at SXSW and was picked up by Magnolia Picture. The move starred Rose Leslie and Harry Treadaway as a young couple whose lakeside getaway goes to hell.

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Saturday Night Stay In Movie
Action Blog Comedy
Aaron Tansey
April 24, 2015
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This weeks Saturday Night Stay In Movie Is 21 Jump Street. 21 Jump was based on an 80’s TV show of the same name where its two main charters had to go undercover as high school students and find and stop the suppliers of new drug.  The film staring Jonah Hill, Chaning Tatum, and Ice Cube was released back in 2012 and was a critical and a commercial success. 21 Jump Street had a world wide taking of over 201 million, which meant that there was defiantly going to be a 22 Jump Street. Critics praised Tatum for his performance. I think that Hill and Tatum make a grate team.


This is one of those movies where you check your brain at the door and you can pick it up on your way out. It is just 2 guys having fun with what they were doing on screen. my recommendation for watching it is crack open a few beers and sit back and relax.

Let me know what you think of it by leaving a comment below. you can also pick next weeks Saturday Night Stay In Movie by leaving the name of the movie in the comment section below. You can also check out last weeks Saturday Night Stay In movie here. Thanks for reading I will see ye all next week until then Keep on Viewing.


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Live Action Mulan Film
Action Anime Children/Family TV/Film News
Aaron Tansey
March 31, 2015

The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that, on the heels of the magical success of Disney’s live action Cinderella, the Studio is eyeing another live action retelling: Mulan
Disney bought a script from Elizabeth Martin and Lauren Hynek that centres on the Chinese legend of Hua Mulan,, the female warrior who was the main character in Disney’ s 1998 animated film. Chris Bender and J.C Spink are producing the new project.
The 1998 film directed by Tony Bancroft and Barry Cook, followed a young woman who disguises herself as a man so she can take her father’s place in the army and go to war. With the help of her trusty dragon sidekick mushu, she becomes a skilled warrior and, eventually, one of the country’s greatest heroines. It earned 304.3 million world-wide, earned Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations and resulted in a 2005 direct to DVD sequel Mulan 2
Disney has been on a roll with its live action versions of its classic animated films. Cinderella straing Lily James, has earned 336.2 million world-wide to date since hitting theaters three weeks ago. In 2010 the reimagined Alice in Wonderland grossed 1.02 billion and Maleficent took 758.4 million in 2014.
Disney are also remaking Beauty and the Beast staring Emma Watson which is out in March 2017 and in 2016 The Jungle Book and the sequel to Alice in Wonderland. Also Dumbo is getting the live action treatment by Tim Burton

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