Predator release date

20th Century Fox has shuffled around some release dates, so break out your calendars.

Shane Black‘s The Predator, previously set for August, is now set for September. Robert Rodriguez‘s Alita: Battle Angel, once expected to arrive in July, has been pushed to December. Kenneth Branagh‘s Murder on the Orient Express follow-up Death on the Nile will now open in November 2019.

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HISHE - How Star Wars The Last Jedi Should Have Ended

There were plenty of fans who were disappointed in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, many of them with a myriad of criticisms and questions that went unanswered. There was a lot of outcry from not learning about Supreme Leader Snoke’s background to the revelation of who Rey’s parents were and of course the character of Luke Skywalker. So the folks at How It Should Have Ended are here to ease the pain a bit.

Watch How Star Wars The Last Jedi Should Have Ended below. Read More »

George Lucas Han Solo Movie

Did we almost have a Han Solo movie before Disney bought Lucasfilm? It certainly seems that way. In a revealing new interview about the inspirations behind Solo: A Star Wars Story, co-writer Lawrence Kasdan reveals he was hired to write a Han Solo film before the big Disney purchase of Lucasfilm. Read More »

Flashpoint directors

Flashpoint, the Flash standalone film that’s part of the DCEU, has had a bumpy behind-the-scenes road. Several directors walked away from the project due to creative differences; release dates have been in question; and scripts have been tossed out. Recently, Game Night and Vacation helmers John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein landed the coveted Flashpoint directing gig. Now, the Flashpoint directors reveal what drew them to the project.

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Incredibles 2 will bring back one of Pixar’s best creations this summer. In anticipation of the sequel, a new Incredibles 2 poster has arrived to make heavy use of negative space. New footage from the film will arrive during the Olympics this Wednesday.

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Animated Mario Movie

Just last month we got confirmation that Nintendo was teaming with Illumination Entertainment to create an animated Super Mario Bros. movie. The studio behind movies like Despicable Me, Minions and The Secret Life of Pets seemed like an odd choice to bring the Nintendo video game character to the big screen again after all these years, but Nintendo’s co-representative director Shigeru Miyamoto recently explained during an investors meeting why they went with the Universal based animation company.

Find out why the animated Mario movie is heading to Illumination Entertainment below. Read More »

justice league deleted scene

Before Justice League hit theaters, rumors abounded that the black super-suit that Superman wore in the comics would make an appearance in the film. No such suit appeared in the theatrical cut, but a new Justice League deleted scene reveals the black suit was indeed featured at one point. See the Justice League deleted scene below.

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Dundee Chris Hemsworth

In this edition of Sequel Bits:

  • Pacific Rim Uprising gets new Jaeger-centric posters and an international trailer
  • Actress Hailee Steinfeld talks about her Transformers spin-off Bumblebee
  • A Phantom Thread actress joins The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo sequel
  • Chris Hemsworth‘s feelings about turning that fake Dundee trailer into a real movie
  • And more!

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Time for more Solo news! As this week chock-full of Solo details comes to a close, it’s time to learn a little about Phoebe Waller-Bridge‘s droid character, L3-37.

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Geroge Lucas Solo Set Visit - Willow

Ron Howard has grown up in show business. He began his acting career at a young age as one of the main characters on The Andy Griffith Show and countless appearances on plenty of other classic TV shows. He was able to ride that wave through his teens, 20s and 30s before beginning a career behind the camera as a feature filmmaker. Now, he finds himself trying to save a major blockbuster in one of the biggest franchises in the world, and it just so happens to be based on characters created by the filmmaker who gave him one of his most well-known roles as a big screen actor.

Back in 1972, Ron Howard starred in American Graffiti for director George Lucas, a promising young filmmaker who had just come off his acclaimed sci-fi project THX-1138. He went by Ronny Howard in those days, and he first heard about Star Wars on the set of American Graffiti when it still just an idea popping around George Lucas’ head. Who would have ever thought that 43 years later the two would find themselves on the set of Solo: A Star Wars Story, working together to bring the origin story of one of George Lucas’ most iconic characters to life? Read More »