American Psycho is headed for remake-ville under the folks at Lions Gate, but the very idea of a remake is not justified.
Ballerina, a film in the world of John Wick starring the unproven Ana de Armas, goes back for reshoots to, some say, save the film.
Lionsgate’s live-action ‘Naruto’ film has officially tapped ‘Shang-Chi’ director Daniel Destin Cretton to both write and direct its story.
Miller’s Girl is yet another example of pseudo-intellectuals trying to gas up their own nonsensical product.
The next movie with Jenna Ortega, Miller’s Girl, openly deals (or panders) in “complex issues” of the ‘MeToo’ sort.
A brilliant action thriller, John Woo’s Silent Night is one of the better films you can watch this holiday season.
Lionsgate reached a deal with SAG-AFTRA to allow the cast of The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes including Rachel Zegler to participate in promotion of the film in the lead up to its theatrical debut on November 17th.
In April, Twihards were excited by the possibility that Lionsgate Television was in the early stages of developing a television adaption of the best selling romantic fantasy series Twilight by Stephanie Meyer. Now the film’s original director, Catherine Hardwicke, discusses the possibility of returning to the franchise.
Lionsgate released the first trailer for their upcoming violent revenge western, Dead Man’s Hand.
The CW is abandoning the Arrowverse and making a commitment to pick up the first three seasons of Angel Studio and Lionsgate’s religious drama The Chosen.