With all the festivities this past Thanksgiving brought to the entertainment realm, apparently everyone forgot Spike Lee had a movie out. Despite solid reviews on Metacritic, Lee’s remake of 2004’s Oldboy only managed to muster up $850K over the holiday weekend, an average of just $1,458 in the 583 theaters it was shown in.
By now, you all have heard that the next installment of the Man of Steelfranchise will feature the Big Blue Boy Scout facing off against The Batman. Announced at last month’s Comic-Con, director Zack Snyder used Frank Miller‘s The Dark Knight Returns comic as just the inspiration necessary to ignite fans around the possible sequel.
Director and film producer Spike Lee returns to the big screen this fall, tackling a revered Asian thriller that critics across the board called one of the best of all time. Oldboy, originally a South Korean film released in 2003, gets a remake from Mr. Lee and stars Josh Brolin as the protagonist.
The Fresh Prince Will Smith is suiting back up for the third installment of Men In Black. The new version is expected to hit screens May 25, 2012 and will be released in 3D. Tommy Lee Jones is also in talks to reprise his co-starring as well as Agent Smith while Josh Brolin is expected […]