Posts From Glen Ilnicki

Tom Hardy discusses collaborating with Christopher Nolan for future Bond films

Will he or won’t he? That seems to be the ongoing question regarding Daniel Craig returning to the James Bond franchise. At one point, he said he’d rather slit his

Lucasfilm says Carrie Fisher won’t return to Star Wars films in CGI form

One of the most talked-about elements from the recently released Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is the way in which characters from the original Star Wars films were recreated

Michael Jackson to get Lifetime movie treatment

Love him or hate him, there’s no doubt that Michael Jackson was one of the most iconic and influential artists of the last century. Considering this and all the ups

Uncharted movie finally gets a screenplay

It seems like there’s been nothing but bad news for the film version of the Uncharted video game series. Back in the fall, we reported that Sony Pictures had removed

Manchester by the Sea (movie review)

In a way, Manchester by the Sea, the new film written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan, is a minor miracle. Here’s a film whose protagonist has ruined his life through

New Syrian comic book aimed at helping those in need

There’s no denying the tragedies that countless Syrians have faced as of late. War and political unrest have ruined so many lives and forced thousands of innocent human beings to

Ridley Scott explains why he won’t direct a superhero film

Not only has Ridley Scott directed several genre films, but he’s responsible for some of the most iconic genre films in the history of cinema. He made the original Alien

Logan director James Mangold explains how film is unique

Like it or not, we are living in the age of the superhero movie. With advances in special effects and constantly growing audience appreciation, we’re seeing comic book stories adapted

Adam Driver praises Star Wars: Episode VIII

With the premiere of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story in the books and the film excelling at the box office, focus is already slowly shifting to Episode VIII, the

Game of Thrones once again year’s most torrented show

Game of Thrones is arguably the most successful show on television right now. Not only does it win countless awards, but it’s beloved by millions and may be the closest

John Williams admits he’s never seen a Star Wars film

John Williams is one of the most famous composers today, having done work on dozens of high-profile films. Many of his themes are ingrained in the minds of people as

Moonlight (movie review)

So often you hear about the importance of levity to the success of a movie, even the most serious ones. Well, you won’t find much of that in Moonlight, the

Upcoming New Mutants film project envisioned as trilogy

Now that two X-Men trilogies are in the can and Hugh Jackman is about to say his final goodbye to Wolverine, Fox is looking for different ways to continue telling

Mark Wahlberg drops out of Uncharted film project

It’s no surprise that there’s been talk about a potential Uncharted film for years. With its linear narrative and gameplay, superior voice acting, big action set pieces and overall cinematic

Deadpool is the most mistake-ridden movie of 2016

After being in development hell for years, Deadpool finally came out at the start of 2016 and surprised both audiences and critics, grossing $782.6 million against its relatively small budget

Hugh Jackman took pay cut to ensure Logan’s R rating

Making a movie R-rated is often a risky decision. After all, it’s limiting ticket sales to a smaller population while losing profit from those who aren’t able to purchase a

Westworld’s Jimmi Simpson discusses possibility of season 2 return

Well, that finale of Westworld was quite the doozy. If you completely understood everything that occurred, then good for you; you’re a better person than I. The 90-minute episode was

Jeff Bridges explains difficulties he faced while filming Iron Man

The original Iron Man is widely considered one of the best comic book movies ever made. It also paved the way for The Avengers and this little thing in movies

George Lucas praises Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

You have to be pretty nervous if you’re directing a Star Wars film, one that’s part of probably the most beloved and iconic franchises in history. The pressure involved must

Zootopia leads Annie Awards nominations

Before the best animated film of the year is announced at the Oscars, a whole award show is dedicated to the genre. The Annie Awards is an annual ceremony that