As sure as the sun will set and teenagers will make bad decisions when being pursued by a maniac, another famous horror franchise is undergoing a reboot. Last week, it was revealed that New Line Cinema wants to start over with the Nightmare on Elm Street series.
As fans roared and a host of cast members crowded the carpet at Monday’s Insurgent premiere in New York, the movie’s romantic leads, Theo James and Shailene Woodley, stuck close together while promising that this second movie in the series is even “bigger and bolder” than Divergent.
When the lights go down at the Nokia Theatre on Sunday for the 2014 American Music Awards, stars from all Hollywood entertainment genres will take the stage to honor the music industry’s best and brightest.
“What have you seen?” It’s the first question you get asked everywhere in Toronto – from the screening lines to the coffee bars, which I’m now hitting about eight times a day – and with the film festival hitting the halfway point, it’s time to check in on the movie buzz.
Here’s a taste of what I’ve seen – and what the movie world will be talking about for months to come.