The first Munsters debuted in 1965. Now, 57 years later, this ghoulishly goofy family will be back in new feature film directed by Rob Zombie. Sure, there have been rumors of a reboot for a long time now, but this time it appears that this movie is going to really happen.
In addition to the top 10 movies of the week and an assortment of movie reviews, Writer of Pop has added a new feature on the Movies page. Coming Soon lists some of the newest movies coming our way in the near future. Each feature lists the film’s director, the main stars of the film, the film studio and the release date. Check it out!
Universal Pictures is giving away free movie tickets for “Fast and Furious” films every Friday for eight weeks in anticipation of the upcoming “F9.”
And the Oscar for most boring Academy Awards ceremony goes to: 2021!
The 93rd Oscars could go down in the history books as one of the strangest presentations or one of the best ever. We just don’t know.
Mix “High School Music” with Christian music and you get “A Week Away” – a new faith-based movie on Netflix.
How is it that the same movie could get nominations for both Oscars and Razzies? 2020 was a weird year indeed. Plus, all of the Oscar and Razzie nominations.
“Brilliant. Bad. A little bit mad.” That’s how Disney is describing the movie Cruella, a live action movie based on the evil character from the “101 Dalmatians” movies. But this movie differs from the previous flicks as the main character doesn’t meet up Roger, Anita and all their little pups. It appears to be a prequel/reimaging of the character portrayed this time by Emma Stone.