Recent Star Wars movies have seen plenty of fan favorites bite the dust as several beloved characters from the original films have been killed off in heartbreaking ways. While many may consider the shocking murder of Han Solo or the unexpected death of Luke Skywalker to be the most tragic in the series, Tim Rose sounds like he disagrees.
It has been a decade since a Friday the 13th film has graced the silver screen with its particular brand of slasher nuance. That 2009 reboot of the franchise, while not awful, didn’t exactly do gangbusters at the box office. There was an attempt in 2018 to make the 13th effort in Jason’s filmography, but that try was ultimately derailed by the ongoing lawsuit between Sean S. Cunningham, director of the first movie, and Victor Miller, writer of the original entry. Last fall, courts granted ownership rights to Miller. Now, Cunningham is filing an appeal to that ruling.
Even though a few weeks have passed since “#DontSpoilTheEndgame” was a thing, I’m guessing it’ll be a while before any of us forget how adamant most folks had been about Avengers: Endgame not being spoiled for them on social media. Actually, the embargo extended beyond the borders of cyberspace, but not everyone wished to adhere to it.
Iron Man 3 star Ty Simpkins opens up about his unexpected reprisal of Harley Keener at Tony’s funeral in Avengers: Endgame.
Slowly but surely, details about Matt Reeves’ upcoming project The Batman are beginning to emerge. Twilight alum Robert Pattinson has now officially been confirmed in the eponymous role and the story won’t have any ties to previous films in the DCEU. While little is currently known about the actual plot, it has been confirmed that the movie will explore Bruce Wayne’s formative years as a crimefighter.
Matthew Vaugh, producer of X-Men: First Class and the Fantastic Four reboot, thinks it’s the perfect time for Marvel to bring the F4 back.
According to Deadline, Matt Reeves’ The Batman will have absolutely no ties to the DCEU films Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League.
News broke last month that Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag, Killing Eve) had been hired to spruce up the script for Bond 25, upon an invitation from Daniel Craig himself. Since then, we’ve heard that the writer has been asked to strengthen the dialogue and the characters. In a new interview with Deadline, though, the writer/producer/actress opens up about how she’s contributing to Craig’s final outing as 007 herself.
As negotiations between Warner Bros. and Robert Pattinson close on the Batman, there may be an option that includes two additional films.
Earlier this month, the internet was sent into a frenzy from the news that Robert Pattinson was in talks for the title role of Matt Reeves’ The Batman. But for all the noise this revelation has created, neither the studio nor Pattinson himself have been willing to make any kind of official announcement. Nonetheless, a new report from Deadline now confirms that the Twilight star is indeed our next Dark Knight.