Paramount’s ‘Mission Impossible 5’ Moves Up to July 31, 2015!

Tom Cruise’s Mission Impossible 5 is now set to be released in the Summer of 2015

In what looked like a futile move, having Tom Cruise’s Mission Impossible 5 come out a week after Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Paramount reconsidered and moved up the movie.


The announcement came today from Paramount Pictures. And now, Monster Trucks will take over the December 25th spot.


Tom Cruise and Jeremy Renner will headline the movie, as the movie is now set to bow during the summer.


Expect to hear about a teaser or trailer soon. Stay tuned…


(Off hand: After a few months of leave of absence, I have returned to continue writing Hollywood Star Reviews. I’m very pleased to announce the return of updating the blog, and look forward to getting back into it. –thebluepilot)

New Trailer For Dwayne Johnson’s San Andreas!

After many months of waiting to hear from Warner Bros. Pictures, it looks many Dwayne Johnson fans finally got their wish!

The official trailer for Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema’s San Andreas hit today:

Pretty sweet, huh? Dont forget to sound off in the comments!

Coming Tonight on The CW: Flash vs Arrow crossover continues!

The Flash vs Arrow continues tonight on The CW!


One day after the epic crossover with The Flash and Arrow, the story continues now on Arrow tonight on The CW.


Last night’s episode scored big in ratings; getting a 1.5/5 with over 4.22 million viewers. Whether Arrow will match that number tonight Is unknown, but the crossover should give it a push.


Arrow and The Flash are both produced by Warner Bros. Television and DC Comics, which pushes forward in expanding their superhero material ever since Marvel began their journey.


Arrow airs tonight at 8/7c on The CW.

Box Office Results: ‘Mockingjay’ Prevails with Record Setting $120 Million Weekend!

After many weeks of anticipation, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 opened up to a amazing $120 million, which is higher than Transformers $100 million weekend earlier in the year.


In a very distant first place, Mockingjay opened up to a record setting $121.8 million. While it’s lower than the first two installments, it should continue to climb up and probably finish it’s run with over $345 million.


In a very behind second; Big Hero 6 added another $20.1 million, while only down 41.9%. To date, the film has grossed $135.7 million in the US.


In third, Interstellar added another $15.3 million to it’s $120.9 million total.


In fourth, Dumb and Dumber To fell off a massive 61% with only $14 million added to their total.


Rounding out the top 5, Gone Girl continues to build with it’s strong word of mouth grossing another $2.8 million.


Opening next weekend that prepares to battle Mockingjay are two titles that plan to fly high, those being Horrible Bosses 2 and Penguins of Madagascar. While I’m not sure if they’ll make their way to the top, they just might put a dent into Mockingjay’s numbers.


Happy Thanksgiving!


(Due to Thanksgiving Holiday, I will not be reporting Wednesday through Sunday. I will be back on Monday!)

Movie Review: Big Hero 6

Last week, a new animated film opened up that surprised many with the lovable balloon man, that being Big Hero 6.


Produced by Walt Disney Pictures, it tells a story about a genius 14 year old  who loses his brother, and joins a team of nerds as they up rise to take down the man with the microbots.


There was many things that was going for this film, and I will tell you that it was loads of fun. The con of this was that the production team didn’t give Marvel the credit it deserved (Like it’s logo on its own property).


The voice cast was very impressive, and the characters were pretty awesome. My only problem was that most of the Big Hero 6 were underdeveloped the whole movie. The movie at times also felt rushed, but it is understandable seeing how it is a children’s movie. My only regret was that they didn’t explore the cooler characters like GoGo and Hiro.


The story is interesting, and somehow finds a bridge between what Disney does and what Marvel does.


The rating I would give this movie is about 4 out of 5 stars. It’s story was good, it’s cast was great, it’s visuals and other cool stuff was spot on, and Baymax is adorable.

Warner Bros. Pictures sets ‘The Conjuring 2’ Release Date

Just weeks after Warner Bros. Pictures pushed the sequel to The Conjuring off its intended release date; it looks like the film is back on track and now has a release date of June 10, 2016.


The film is now set to go up against the Now You See Me sequel, which got greenlit many weeks ago. The reasons for the delay of the horror film are unknown at this time. What is known is that James Wan will be back to direct, and that production is slated to begin sometime next year.


Meanwhile, the horror flick’s prequel Annabelle is now playing in theaters worldwide.


The Conjuring 2 will hit theaters June 10, 2016.

Coming Soon: Dumb and Dumber To

Dumb and Dumber To prepares to ignite on November 14, 2014

Opening this week is a movie that people have been waiting for almost 20 years, that being Dumb and Dumber To.


Produced by Universal Pictures and New Line Cinema, it follows the story of Harry and Lloyd 20 years later, and their search for Harry’s daughter.


This is one film I think many have been waiting decades for, and too see it finally coming to light is so unreal. I saw the original film last year, and it was funny to say the least. I don’t know if I’ll see this one, but I will keep up with its progress in the coming weeks. From what I’m hearing come from the internet, it looks like it will have strong word of mouth in coming weeks.


Dumb and Dumber To; Starring Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels, and directed by The Farrelly brothers, is set to be released November 14, 2014.