Chatting to Bloody Disgusting, The Grudge director Nicolas Pesce revealed that future sequels may explore different time periods.
Chris Terrio has rubbished talk of a possible feud involving Rian Johnson and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker director J.J. Abrams.
Marvel’s X-Men reboot won’t come our way for a while, but the Children of the Atom may be introduced into the MCU much sooner. After all, it’s already known that Deadpool will likely debut in a cameo in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, but there may be another mutant character who’ll feature even earlier than that. Specifically, in the film preceding DS2 – February 2021’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
Via The Hollywood Reporter, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker writer has levelled on Rey’s journey to [SPOILERS].
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker moved at breakneck pace towards its conclusion, dizzying viewers with shocking revelations, tragic losses (usually reversed in the following five minutes) and strange Space MacGuffins. It moved so fast through its tangled plot though that audiences almost immediately started noticing plot holes, and now one of the bigger ones is being thoroughly picked over by fans.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker scribe Chris Terrio explains exactly how Rey brought balance to the Force by the end of Episode IX.
At the climax of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, reformed space pirate Yondu scarified himself to save Peter Quill, unequivocally cementing his paternal feelings towards the arrogant buffoon. It’s been queried whether or not the character will ever return though and it’s now been confirmed by director James Gunn himself that the whistling archer has permanently shuffled off the mortal coil.
More than nineteen months after the release of Deadpool 2, Ryan Reynolds finally confirmed last week that a third movie is in development.
According to sources close to WGTC, another character from Spider-Man: Homecoming may be returning in the upcoming threequel.
Even before we got to see the film, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker already caused a lot of controversy and discussion amongst fans due to the decision to resurrect Emperor Palpatine, something that was clear from the first trailer. Bringing the villain back for the final chapter in the Skywalker saga is either a brilliant way to link Episode IX in with the previous trilogies or a shameless attempt to shoe-horn in some fan service, depending on your view.