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Black Widow director

Marvel is narrowing down their search for a Black Widow director. Reports indicate several female filmmakers are on the shortlist to helm the film, but Australian director Cate Shortland might be the finalist.

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star wars spin-offs

Here’s some interesting news from a galaxy far, far away: a new report claims that the Star Wars Story spin-off movies are being put on hold at Lucasfilm. Rian Johnson’s planned trilogy and the Game of Thrones creators’ series of movies are still in the works, but the long-awaited Obi-Wan Kenobi standalone movie and the planned Boba Fett film are reportedly on ice…for now. Read More »

Terminator 6 set photos

She’s back.

Linda Hamilton first portrayed Sarah Connor in James Cameron’s 1984 classic The Terminator, and then underwent one of the most dramatic physical transformations in film history for 1991’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day, transitioning from a frightened waitress to a hardened, no-nonsense badass. The upcoming Terminator 6 marks her triumphant full return to the character almost 30 years after Terminator 2 was in theaters.

Now some Terminator 6 set photos have surfaced online, and they show Hamilton and co-star Mackenzie Davis (Blade Runner 2049) in costume and ready for action.
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Creed 2 trailer breakdown

Step back into the ring with Adonis Creed in the fantastic Creed II trailer. The follow-up to 2015’s Creed has the son of Apollo Creed still grappling with the legacy of his deceased father. The stakes are higher, the tension has increased, and things look mighty dramatic for Adonis Creed.

Our Creed 2 trailer breakdown gloves up and examines this upcoming film.

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Fallen Kingdom Box Office

The Jurassic franchise will continue to roar at the box office when Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom opens in the U.S. this weekend. The blockbuster sequel is tracking for a strong opening weekend…although not quite as strong as monster-hit Jurassic World.

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Luke Cage Showrunner Interview

When Luke Cage (Mike Colter) made his first appearance in Marvel’s Jessica Jones, he was the long awaited personification of one of Marvel’s seminal black superheroes. His own show was up next. Now that season 2 is here, Luke Cage is joined by Black Panther in theaters and Black Lightning on network TV – black superheroes are finally coming into their own on the big and small screens.

Season 2 of Luke Cage picks up with Luke trying to keep a low profile in Harlem but it’s even harder now that people have seen his heroics. They even came out with an app to track Luke’s movements. Bad guys try to find a way to hurt him, but even the Judas Bullets don’t pack the punch they used to. That is, until John McIver, AKA Bushmaster, comes to town.

Luke Cage showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker spoke with /Film by phone about season 2, which he hopes “breaks Netflix.” We’ll find out when season two drops Friday, June 22.

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It Chapter 2 Production Begins

Ever since IT ended last fall with the official title card of IT: Chapter One, fans have been anxious for the sequel to get off the ground. Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema fast-tracked the sequel, and it will hit theaters in September of 2019. Now, fans have even more to be excited about because production has officially begun on the movie.

James McAvoy, who is playing the adult version of Bill Denbrough (played by Jaeden Lieberher in the first chapter), has arrived on the set of IT: Chapter 2 and revealed production has begun on the sequel with a little Derry, Maine pun that will make fans grin sheepishly. Read More »

Welcome to Marwen Trailer

Last year Steve Carell put forth a fantastic performance in the Amazon Studios movie Last Flag Flying. Unfortunately, not enough people saw it to start any real awards buzz, but it’s an outstanding drama that’s worth your time. Apparently looking for some awards buzz yet again, Steve Carell is back with a much stranger dramatic turn, one that comes with an odd blend of comedy, tragedy and animation from director Robert Zemeckis.

Welcome to Marwen follows Steve Carell as Mark Hogancamp, a man who is attacked by a group of Nazi assholes (a prospect that is sadly all too real nowadays), leaving him with severe memory loss and some serious post-traumatic stress. In order to cope with the aftermath of this attack. Mark builds a miniature model of a town called Marwen where he lives out wild fantasies that give him the strength to face his struggles in the real world. It’s all rather surreal and odd, and you can watch the Welcome to Marwen trailer below to see what we’re talking about. Read More »

the witches remake

Robert Zemeckis will a helm a remake of The Witches, adapted from the book by Roald Dahl. Dahl’s book was previously turned into a film filled with creepy puppets, scary make-up effects, and goo, courtesy of director Nicolas Roeg. Guillermo del Toro and Alfonso Cuaron will produce this new take on the story.  Read More »

Invincible animated series

Universal Pictures is already developing a movie version of Invincible, the comic created by The Walking Dead‘s Robert Kirkman and artist Cory Walker, but that’s not the only adaptation coming our way. Amazon Studios has announced that they’re working on an Invincible animated series, which Kirkman promises will be “ground-breaking”. Read more about the newly-announced TV series below. Read More »