Posted on Friday, August 19th, 2016 by Angie Han
In typical Marvel fashion, Spider-Man: Homecoming has been shrouded in layers of intense secrecy. But details still have a way of slipping out, and yesterday we got some really juicy intel about the true identity of Zendaya‘s character. And today, still more information has dribbled out about some of the other key roles in the movie. A leaked call sheet reveals the names of several characters, including ones played by Bokeem Woodbine, Angourie Rice, Kenneth Choi, and more.
You can get all the latest intel on the Spider-Man: Homecoming roles below, but proceed at your own risk — there may or may not be spoilers ahead. Read More »
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Posted on Thursday, August 18th, 2016 by Angie Han
It’s probably just a matter of time before someone tries to mount a remake of John Landis‘ An American Werewolf in London, and now there’s a rumor floating around that the story is keeping in the family. John Landis‘ son Max Landis, writer of Chronicle, American Ultra, and Victor Frankenstein, recently shared some cryptic tweets that led fans to wonder if he might be working on an American Werewolf in London remake.
… Except now he’s already gone back on the record to categorically deny everything. So what’s going on with the American Werewolf in London remake? Let’s walk through the recent developments below.
UPDATE: Landis had responded to our story, and you can read his comment below. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, August 16th, 2016 by Angie Han
Pretty much the moment Toby Kebbell was cast in Kong: Skull Island, speculation began about whether he’d be playing King Kong. After all, Kebbell’s resume includes several high-profile mo-cap roles, including the ape Koba in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and the orc Durotan in Warcraft; he seemed like a natural fit to play Kong via the magic of motion capture. But earlier this year, Kebbell clarified that while he’d helped out with the role, Terry Notary was the one ultimately playing King Kong.
And that was that, or so we thought until now. In a more recent interview, Kebbell dropped some cryptic comments that suggest he may have been more involved with the King Kong role than previously believed. Read More »
Posted on Monday, August 15th, 2016 by Angie Han
Last week brought the excellent news that the Flash / Supergirl musical crossover episode that fans have been hoping for would actually, finally become a reality in the upcoming TV season. Naturally, the next question on everyone’s minds was who would be responsible for bringing this spectacularly weird, endearingly geeky event to life. Well, according to a new rumor, the CW DC shows have booked none other than Joss Whedon to direct. Read More »
Posted on Friday, August 12th, 2016 by Angie Han
A pattern is emerging from Warner Bros.’ DC universe movies, and it’s not an encouraging one. First Man of Steel got the franchise off to a shaky start, drawing mixed reviews and polarizing fans. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was supposed to get the series back on track, but instead just seemed to derail it further. So pressure fell on Suicide Squad to turn things around… only for Suicide Squad to prove just as divisive as its predecessors.
Which means all eyes are now on next year’s Wonder Woman to save the day. After all, the character was one of the highlights of Batman v Superman, and the first Wonder Woman trailer absolutely killed at Comic-Con. If anyone can make things right, it might be Gal Gadot‘s Diana Prince. Or so we thought. But according to an anonymous insider, Wonder Woman is “a mess” as well. Naturally, director Patty Jenkins disagrees. Read More »
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Posted on Wednesday, July 27th, 2016 by Angie Han
When Lucasfilm announced earlier this month that Alden Ehrenreich would lead the Han Solo anthology film, they were just confirming what fans already knew — the trades had revealed the casting months ago. But not every report and rumor pans out so nicely. For example, there’s been a lot of speculation that Ehrenreich’s Han Solo could cameo in this winter’s Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. However, director Gareth Edwards has gone on the record to shut down the rumors.
Meanwhile, over at Warner Bros., Suicide Squad director David Ayer is battling a pesky and persistent fan theory of his own. Many have wondered if Jared Leto‘s Joker could be Jason Todd, whose defaced costume was seen in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but Ayer insists that’s not the case. Read More »
At Star Wars Celebration Europe 2016, Disney finally confirmed what everyone in the galaxy already knew: Alden Ehrenreich would be playing a young Han Solo in the yet-to-be-titled A Star Wars Story standalone film from Lego Movie geniuses Phil Lord and Chris Miller. But what we didn’t know at the time is just how many films Alden Ehrenreich is signed on for. A new report claims that the Hail, Caesar! star is signed to a three-picture deal, which would bring a Han Solo movie trilogy to life. While I believe he is signed on for three films, I don’t think we’ll be getting a Han Solo trilogy. Let me explain why.
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Posted on Wednesday, July 20th, 2016 by Angie Han
We’ve known since even before Batman v Superman opened that Ben Affleck‘s Batman was gearing up for his own solo movie, but as of now details about what exactly that movie will be remain sparse. And naturally, the rumor mill is more than happy to fill that void. The latest totally unconfirmed, take-it-with-a-grain-of-salt report claims Batman’s solo outing will take place in Arkham Asylum. Who knows whether this rumor will turn out to be any truer than all of the other ones, but sure, it’s fun to think about. Read More »
Could a Harry Potter and The Cursed Child movie be in the works at Warner Bros.? J.K. Rowling‘s two-part West End stage play is currently in preview performances at the Palace Theatre in London, England. The grand opening happens at the end of the month, which coincides with the release of the script book. Touted as the eighth official installment in the Harry Potter series, the story is set 19 years after the events of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and follows an older Harry Potter, now a Ministry of Magic employee, and his younger son Albus Severus Potter.
Last week, Warner Bros. filed for a trademark for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in the UK, which includes motion pictures and a bevy of potential merchandise options.
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