Catching you up on some of our favorite things to come out of Hollywood this week:


Star Wars: The Force Awakens

It was a huge week for Stars Wars: The Force Awakens as the final trailer debuted during halftime of ESPN’s Monday Night Football signaling that tickets were now available for purchase. No surprise here, pre-sales are already shattering records. (Entertainment Weekly)

Happy Back to the Future Day!  Today, October 21, 2015 at specifically 4:29 p.m. PT, Marty McFly and Doc Brown descended on Hill Valley, California.  Hoverboards and Jaws 19? Here’s a guide on what Back to the Future actually got right in the real 2015.  (USA Today & Digital Spy)

The latest James Bond, Spectre is eyeing an $80 M+ opening weekend when it hits theaters on November 6.  (The Wrap)

Chris Rock will host the 88th Annual Academy Awards on Sunday, February 28, 2016.  (Variety)

“Hollywood saves the best for last,” said Kenneth Turan, film critic for the Los Angeles Times. “They’re like squirrels that are hoarding nuts, and finally, by the end of the year, they let the good ones out.” CBS Sunday Morning takes you through some of the best movies hitting theaters between now and the end of year.

Universal Pictures is ready to bring the popular toy doll franchise Monster High to the big screen with Ari Sande (The Duff) to direct.  (Deadline)

There’s a big, green giant Hulk on his way to Asgard.  Mark Ruffalo is in final negotiations to join Thor (Chris Hemsworth) in the third installment, Thor: Ragnarok.  (New York Daily News)

From Zenlike Productions comes this spoof trailer mashup of Marvel’s favorite misfit intergalactic heroes entering a new futuristic world with a pre-historic mix in Jurassic Galaxy.  (/Film)

Opening this weekend:  Jem and the HologramsThe Last Witch HunterParanormal Activity: The Ghost DimensionRock The Kasbah and Steve Jobs (wide release).


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