Photo: The CTV Hometown Tour will be stopping at the Lyceum Theatre at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, and to celebrate we will have free popcorn for everyone who stops by! Come on by and show the great community spirit of Gull Lake!

The CTV Hometown Tour will be stopping at the Lyceum Theatre at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, and to celebrate we will have free popcorn for everyone who stops by! Come on by and show the great community spirit of Gull Lake!

It’s the ultimate buddy cop movie except for one thing: they’re not cops. When two struggling pals dress as police officers for a costume party, they become neighborhood sen-sations. But when these newly-minted “heroes” get tangled in a real life web of mobsters and dirty detectives, they must put their fake badges on the line.
Damon Wayons Jr, Jake M Johnson, Rob Riggle, Nina Dobrev, Andy Garcia
Action/Adventure, Comedy  1 hour 49 mins


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Doctor Strange
Marvel’s march to (movie) world domination continues. A new report claims that the comic book company is preparing to make a “Doctor Strange” movie.

According to ScreenDaily, Marvel is negotiating for space at England’s famed Pinewood Studios, with production to start this fall and filming to begin next May. And if the pieces are all in place in time, they hope to hit a July 2016 release date.

The project has a director (Scott Derrickson, “Sinister”) and a writer (Jon Spaihts, “Prometheus”), but no lead actor yet. Joaquin Phoenix was rumored for the role, though other names – Benedict Cumberbatch, Jared Leto – have been tossed about the rumor mill, as well.

Doctor Strange is a neurosurgeon who becomes the Supreme Sorcerer – we’ve got a more detailed rundown on the character here.

Marvel is clearly not messing around with its production line. “Avengers: Age of Ultron” and “Ant-Man” arrive next year (as does “Fantastic Four,” but that’s a Fox joint, not Disney); “Captain America 3″ and “Doctor Strange” follow in 2016 (along with “X-Men: Apocalypse); and “Guardians of the Galaxy 2″ and two others in 2017.

This is Marvel’s world; we’re just going to movies in it.

from The Moviefone Blog

GHOSTBUSTERSWatch out, Marvel. Take heed, Lucasfilm. Be afraid, DC Comics. There may be a major new franchise player in town – “Ghostbusters.”

Sure, it’s been three decades since the original film came out, but star Dan Aykroyd believes the franchise has what it takes to compete with the likes of “Star Wars” and the Marvel-verse. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Aykroyd said the “Ghostbusters” creative team has a 10-year vision, starting with “Ghostbusters 3″ which begins filming next spring.

“It’s beyond just another sequel, a prequel, another TV show,” he said. “I’m thinking what does the whole brand mean to Sony? What does Pixar and ‘Star Wars’ mean to Disney? What does Marvel mean to Fox?”

(The answer: A LOT.)

And though he’s keen on the idea of an all-female “Ghostbusters” movie, Aykroyd thinks they don’t have to stop there. They could explore “the whole mythology from the beginning of their lives, the end of their lives. Ghostbusters at nine years old, Ghostbusters in high school.”

Prepare for The Slime-ening.

from The Moviefone Blog

bond villainsWhy does “Goldfinger” remain so thoroughly entertaining, 50 years after its release (on September 18, 1964)? The third James Bond film, and the breakthrough in the franchise’s worldwide popularity, “Goldfinger” has plenty going for it — that slinky Shirley Bassey theme song, the great gadgetry (including the most iconic Bondmobile, the Aston-Martin DB5), the Bond girls (three of them this time, not just the usual two, including the can’t-believe-they-got-away-with-this-name Pussy Galore), and the alternately brutal and jocular performance by Sean Connery, still the definitive Agent 007. But most of all, there’s the colorful villain of the title, played with grand peevishness by Gert Frobe.

Indeed, you can argue that Bond movies are only as good as their villains. The world’s greatest spy needs an adversary worthy of his talents and effort and frequent-flyer miles. For the most part, in two dozen films over the past half-century, Bond has fought some world-class foes, supervillains who have not just cool secret lairs, sadistic henchmen, and schemes for world domination, but also a certain panache, a style to match their volatility, a gleam in the eye that suggests that, not only will upending civilization for personal gain be a perfectly appropriate thing to do, but it will also be fun.

Some Bond villains, of course, are more fun than others, and some are scarier than others, and some represent more credible and realistic threats than others. We’ve taken all that into account in the gallery below, which ranks the 007 movie villains from worst to best, from the blandly forgettable to the memorably indispensible. Read on (see slideshow below), as if the fate of the free world depended on it.

from The Moviefone Blog

Jason Bourne
Bourne is back!

In a surprise twist, Matt Damon is set to reunite with director Paul Greengrass for another Jason Bourne movie, according to Deadline. The fifth in the “Bourne” series would hit theaters July 16, 2016 – taking the place of a planned sequel to “The Bourne Legacy,” which starred Jeremy Renner.

The news is a bit of a shock, as both Damon and Greengrass have previously declared another Jason Bourne movie as very unlikely. “Because he is a guy who walked away from everything, so we just have to solve that,” Damon told the Huffington Post. “And Paul and I haven’t been able to do it “

Still, the actor has wanted to try to find a way to make it happen.

“I’ve always been open to it if Paul Greengrass is the director,” Damon told CNBC earlier this year. “We’ve just never been able to come up with a story. So, if any of your viewers have a story, please call Universal and submit it.”

Guess someone put in that call!

from The Moviefone Blog

Katniss, The Hunger Games, Mockingjay
The latest trailer for “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1″ is jam-packed with action and anguish, as Katniss Everdeen begins to understand that she is the titular symbol of the rebellion in Panem, whether she likes it or not.

“I never wanted any of this,” Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) tells President Snow (Donald Sutherland) at the beginning of the clip, explaining that she simply wished to protect Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) and her sister, Prim (Willow Shields).

“It’s the things we love the most that destroy us,” Snow replies with a sinister smile, and indeed, it seems that Katniss and co. are in for plenty of destruction as the rebellion heats up and she becomes more directly invested in the fighting. We see her descend into the underground depths of District 13, where residents are stockpiling missiles and training for combat; we see her blow up a Capitol aircraft and another Capitol attack destroy a district hospital.

It’s chaos, and Katniss is caught in the middle of it. Can she maintain the strength it takes to assume her role as Mockingjay — while also maintaining her sanity? Will she be able to save Peeta, captured by the Capitol at the end of “Catching Fire”?

Audiences will have to wait another two months to find out.

“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1″ hits theaters on November 21.

Photo credit: YouTube

from The Moviefone Blog