A new Star Wars movie is confirmed to be arriving in 2022, with an official announcement, as well as news on the director, set to come in January 2020.
Though Black Adam is traditionally Shazam’s nemesis, and a face-off between the villain and Zachary Levi’s hero is on the cards in the DCEU, Dwayne Johnson has often talked about his desire to battle Superman on the big screen instead. That’s no surprise given that The Rock is a lifelong fan of the Man of Steel. Given that, folks are wondering if a Supes cameo could happen in the Black Adam movie, now that it’s finally a go.
You’re a young, talented director with a great indie film under your belt. One day you get what has to be ‘the dream call’. It’s Lucasfilm and they’re interested in what you might bring to Star Wars. Who wouldn’t jump at the chance to work with an enormous budget on one of the most famous franchises in the history of cinema? And yet the reality of actually doing it seems to be somewhat difficult.
Charlie’s Angels director Elizabeth Banks is facing a social media backlash from comments she made about moviegoing audiences’ predilections towards action blockbusters featuring women.
The Harry Potter franchise is in an interesting spot at the moment. There are no new books on the horizon, the movie series is too fresh in the mind to be remade and the current flagbearer for the wizarding world, Fantastic Beasts, is still licking its wounds from the unexpected flop and critical mauling of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. For a while it seemed as if Warner Bros might ditch Fantastic Beasts altogether, but we now know they’re going ahead with a third movie. Still, there are persistent rumors that a big-screen adaptation of the play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is in the offing.
Ahead of its release next month, Lucasfilm has dropped 13 gorgeous new Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker posters, spotlighting all your favorites.
Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy responds to George Lucas’ disappointment with new Star Wars trilogy following the release of Bob Iger’s memoir.
Joe Dante’s 1994 classic Gremlins has always been one of the my favorite Christmas movies. The film is energetic, weird and has a jet black sense of humor, best displayed in Phoebe Cates’ hilarious monologue about why Santa didn’t deliver any presents one Christmas. And now, audiences are going to get to enjoy Gremlins once again on the big screen, and it’ll look better than it ever has before.
With a Joker sequel officially in the works, Warner Bros. are eager to replicate the film’s success with other unique takes on DC characters’ origins.
2019’s Charlie’s Angels is the latest reboot of the feminist action franchise that began in the 1970s, but as part of a trend that’ll have studios quaking, it’s also the latest in a line of movies based off familiar IPs that have bombed this fall (see also: Terminator: Dark Fate and Doctor Sleep). Nevertheless, Elizabeth Banks has fiercely defended her project and in a recent tweet states that she’s still “proud” of the reboot despite it being labelled a “flop.”