Wonder Woman 1984 Photo

Wonder Woman 1984 is in production over in Washington DC right now. We’ve already gotten an official look at Gal Gadot back for the sequel as Diana Prince, and surprisingly Chris Pine as Steve Trevor came along with her. But now we have a new look at Gal Gadot back in her signature armor, except it looks far more vibrant than it ever did in either Justice League or the first Wonder Woman movie. Read More »

infinity war writers on dc universe

How do you fix a problem like the DC universe? Warner Bros.’ slate of comic book movies based off the iconic DC Comics characters, unofficially dubbed the DC Extended Universe, has stumbled ever since it first came out the gate with Man of Steel in 2013. Other than Wonder Woman, none of the DCEU have over a 60% on Rotten Tomatoes, and the highly publicized team-up of the world’s finest heroes in Justice League ended up disappointing at the box office.

Well, Avengers: Infinity War screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely have an idea on how fix it.

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jurassic world fallen kingdom spoiled

Spoiler machine Tom Holland continues his reign of terror by spoiling films he’s not even starring in — to the star of said film himself. That’s right, Chris Pratt somehow had Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom spoiled for him by Holland, which is a feat in and of itself since the young Spider-Man star doesn’t appear in any of the Jurassic Park or Jurassic World films. But life, as they say it…finds a way.

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Creed II Details

Luke Cage showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker spoke with /Film by phone this week about the second season of his show. We’ll bring you the full interview next week, but during the interview, we got to ask him about writing the sequel to Creed, which brings back Ivan Drago (Dolph Lundgren), with a son of his own to fight Adonis Creed (Michael B. Jordan).

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Star Trek Discovery Showrunners Fired

Star Trek: Discovery is making some changes behind the scenes, with showrunning team Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts being removed from the series and replaced with executive producer Alex Kurtzman.

The change in leadership in the second season of Star Trek: Discovery comes after a number of issues kept arising with the showrunner duo. First, the second season premiere went way over budget and needed to be paid for with money intended for episodes later in the season. But the real issue is that Berg and Harberts apparently become “increasingly abusive” with their writing staff. Read More »

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Ant-Man and the Wasp box office

Marvel Studios is still riding high off Avengers: Infinity War, a movie that set a new record for having the highest-grossing opening weekend of all time and just cracked the $2 billion mark at the worldwide box office. Their next film, Ant-Man and the Wasp, won’t come close to that number – but early predictions suggest director Peyton Reed‘s upcoming sequel could open much higher than the first Ant-Man.
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Unfriended Dark Web trailer

The surprisingly effective 2014 computer-driven horror film Unfriended gets the sequel treatment with Unfriended: Dark Web. The film focuses on a teenager who finds hidden files on his new laptop, and soon learns that the previous owner has been spying on him the entire time. Watch the Unfriended: Dark Web trailer below.

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Doctor Sleep cast

Ewan McGregor will play the grown-up Danny Torrance in Mike Flanagan‘s The Shining sequel Doctor Sleep. The film is based on the Stephen King novel of the same name, which finds an adult Danny still suffering from emotional and psychological scars from the events that happened at the Overlook Hotel.

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George Lucas Star Wars Sequel Trilogy

Before George Lucas sold Lucasfilm to The Walt Disney Company for billions of dollars, the creator of Star Wars was slowly developing what would have been a sequel trilogy to follow the events of Return of the Jedi. However, once Lucasfilm came under the Disney banner, they chose not to move forward with any of the ideas he put forth, and instead The Force Awakens began the new story arc for the Star Wars saga, albeit with some elements borrowed from George Lucas’ original plans.

For fans who are still wondering what a George Lucas Star Wars sequel trilogy would have looked like, we now have some insight into what the filmmaker had planned. Speaking with James Cameron as part of a companion book for the AMC series James Cameron’s Story of Science Fiction, George Lucas offered up some details on where he intended to take the Star Wars saga next. However, unless you were a fan of the introduction of midi-chlorians in the Star Wars prequels, you’ll probably be disappointed. Read More »

Brad Bird Incredibles 2 Interview

Last week, I had the opportunity to sit down and talk with director Brad Bird and producers Nicole Paradis Grindle and John Walker about their new film Incredibles 2. We talked about the reason to make an Incredibles sequel, the different variations the story took through development, Bird’s thoughts on The Iron Giant in Ready Player One, the possibility of a Jack-Jack/Edna short film, the influence of Jonny Quest and Outer Limits on this movie, the unique collaboration with artist Eric Tan, and much more.

This interview is spoiler-free, so feel free to read it before or after you see the movie in theaters this weekend!

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