A new theory from the folks over at ScreenRant explains how Paul Waker’s Brian can return to Fast & Furious franchise in a future film.
The Coronavirus pandemic shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon, with thousands of new cases being confirmed on a daily basis across the world, and it looks like everybody’s way of life is going to have remain very different for a while yet. The crisis has wreaked absolute havoc on the movie business, in particular, with box office takings down to absolute zero, and virtually every film and TV show that was either shooting or just about to start production getting halted indefinitely.
There seems to be a little animosity between Zack Snyder and his former collaborators over at Warner Bros. and DC Films, with the director taking thinly-veiled jabs at his former paymasters in a recent social media livestream. Not to mention his constant posting of unseen images, potential storylines and plot points that were removed from his cut of Justice League, with the theatrical version of the movie reportedly a lot different from what the filmmaker originally had in mind.
A new leak of plot details from the upcoming Black Widow movie reveal what the film’s real twist is, and it’ll definitely surprise you.
Jackie Chan and Arnold Schwarzenegger square off in this new clip from upcoming film The Iron Mask, which looks like a lot of fun.
Star Wars legend Mark Hamill has just offered folks on the internet a perfect solution to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
The DCEU endured something of a rocky start in trying to find a unified creative direction in the early days, although the franchise seems to be finally be finding its footing as a viable alternative to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As the architect of the first several movies, Zack Snyder came under a lot of criticism for the accelerated world-building that saw Man of Steel quickly snowball into Batman v Superman, which was stuffed to bursting point with layers upon layers of mythology and new characters.
Before he debuted as Diana Prince’s love interest Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman, many DC fans felt Chris Pine would be the perfect pick to play Hal Jordan’s Green Lantern in a reboot. Obviously, that’s unlikely to happen now, but it’s possible that Marvel Studios might take the fans up on that offer and cast the Star Trek star as the MCU’s own version of Green Lantern – the Squadron Supreme’s Doctor Spectrum.
Up to this point, the novelization for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker has adequately addressed the movie’s numerous plot holes, but fans have just found a tiny detail that may canonize a Legends character.
After the release of the Avengers: Endgame screenplay, fans have discovered that Smart Hulk has become a celebrity scientist within the MCU.