Deadpool writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick said that they’re waiting for Kevin Feige’s approval to start working on the third film.
Robert Pattinson confirmed not only that Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker will not be a part of The Batman, but that he hasn’t seen the film either.
Kevin Feige is planning to bring all the characters featured on Marvel TV shows into the MCU, with some actors remaining and some being recast.
One of the year’s best, Bong Joon Ho’s Parasite is an absurdly masterful dissection of division and greed, and a thunderously assorted filmgoing experience.
After months of speculation, more and more casting news revolving around The Batman is starting to roll in. We already know that Robert Pattinson will be portraying the titular superhero alongside Zoe Kravitz’s Catwoman and Jeffrey Wright’s Commissioner Jim Gordon. It’s also recently been reported that, in the absence of Jonah Hill, Paul Dano will now be taking on the role of the Riddler. As Matt Reeves continues to add big names to his upcoming project, there’s another interesting one that might be playing one of the Dark Knight’s creepiest foes.
The upcoming Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker faces a tough task on multiple fronts when it hits theaters this December. Not only does the movie need to deliver a satisfying conclusion to a nine-film arc started by George Lucas way back in 1977, but it also needs to keep the fans onside after recent entries into the Star Wars canon have come in line for some serious criticism, so much so that Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy has had to publicly address the issue.
There was a time only a few years ago when many people were speculating that the big-screen debut of Aquaman was destined for box office failure, and that the character would suffer the same fate that frequently befell his comic book counterpart and become a laughing stock. Instead, James Wan’s first crack at the DCEU stormed the box office and became the highest-grossing movie based on a DC character, leaving both Batman, Superman and the combined might of the Justice League trailing in its wake.
First we had Dumbo and now, we’re gettin’ Pinocchio. Disney’s been remaking their old animated flicks into full-fledged live-action productions at an alarming rate and this particular adaptation of the wooden puppet’s exploits has been floating around for an absurd amount of time, at one point even having Paul Thomas Anderson attached back in 2015. Now, we’re learning that storied director Robert Zemeckis is in talks to take over the troubled film.
Though Sam Raimi has garnered much acclaim by directing pictures such as those making up the initial Spider-Man trilogy, none of us can forget how the horror genre is where he first made a name for himself. After all, the Evil Dead flicks will forever remain cult favorites, and I know how some of you reading this would give your chainsaw-bearing arm for another entry.
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II has been the talk of Hollywood lately, and for good reason. After his captivating performance as the villain in Aquaman, he went on to star in critically acclaimed projects such as Us, The Handmaid’s Tale and Black Mirror. Recently, it’s been announced that he’ll team up again with Jordan Peele for the spiritual sequel to Candyman and on top of that, he’s set to star in HBO’s upcoming series Watchmen and also The Matrix 4.