Posted on Tuesday, October 15th, 2013 by Angie Han
The Internet has been all a-flutter over last night’s news that Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Paul Rudd were the top picks to lead Edgar Wright‘s Ant-Man, but now it seems we can cross one of those names off. In an interview today, Gordon-Levitt dismissed the talk as mere “rumors.”
Meanwhile, Wright maybe, possibly, indirectly referenced the report in a cryptic new tweet that reveals nothing at all. Hit the jump to read his comments.
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Need further proof something official is coming from the world of Star Wars? A second actor has confirmed on the record that, yes, they auditioned for the film. First was Saoirse Ronan and next is Michael B. Jordan, the Friday Night Lights, Wire and Fruitvale Station star. Jordan recently confirmed he auditioned for Star Wars Episode VII but doesn’t know much about it. And no lightsaber for him.
He also addressed rumors he’s up for roles in Fantastic Four, Independence Day 2 and that Rocky spinoff Creed with Ryan Coogler. Read all his quotes below. Read More »
October marks the one-year anniversary of Disney purchasing Lucasfilm and announcing that new Star Wars films are on the way. In that year, there have been some official announcements, but those halted early this summer. We know director J.J. Abrams is hard at work prepping Star Wars Episode VII. Actors are revealing they’ve tried out for the film, and yet fans still wait with baited breath for some acknowledgement of their craving for official news.
Now, several different sources are saying this month, maybe as soon as this week, could bring official news regarding Episode VII. How, when, where and what could it be? Below, we’ll run the rumors down along with info regarding Donald Faison and Topher Grace. Read More »
Disney Imagineers seem to be having a ball figuring out ways to further integrate Star Wars into Disneyland. With seemingly every new edition of insider column, MiceAge, their ideas are reportedly altering and solidifying leading towards what tourists will eventually enjoy when they visit the Anaheim park for decades to come: a full Star Wars themed Tomorrowland.
The latest report details even more ways they’re hoping to give Tomorrowland, current home of Space Mountain and Star Tours: The Adventures Continue, a Star Wars makeover. Most prominently, current attractions Innoventions and Autopia will be removed to make room for a massive, Return of the Jedi Speeder Bike thrill ride. They’re also considering a reproduction of the Millennium Falcon to be parked on the landing pad in the middle of the area people can walk though, right next to a Cantina. There’s more too, read about it below. Read More »
Over eighty years after its debut on the big screen, the original King Kong may get a sequel. In 2004 an illustrated sequel novel, Kong: King of Skull Island, was published. The story is set a quarter-century after King Kong, and which finds Carl Denham and Jack Driscoll on a trip back to Skull Island, where they find out a lot more about both their one-time charge and the environment that gave birth to him.
Now Neil Marshall (The Descent, Game of Thrones) is rumored to be attached to direct a film based on the book. But, as great as that idea is, based on a statement from his writer/director Axelle Carolyn, who also happens to be married to Marshall, you might not want to get your hopes up yet. Read More »
One casting rumor is confirmed while another one pops up. In today’s edition of Star Wars Bits, read about the following:
- Saoirse Ronan confirms she’s read for Star Wars Episode VII.
- 300: Rise of an Empire star Sullivan Stapleton also is rumored to have read.
- The success of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. may have breathed new life into a Star Wars TV series.
- Disney uses Star Wars to launch a new parks campaign.
- Check out a concept drawing from Return of the Jedi.
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Posted on Tuesday, October 1st, 2013 by Angie Han
Katniss aims her bow squarely at the “real enemy” in the latest The Hunger Games: Catching Fire poster. Also after the jump:
- The first Transformers trailer will hit early next year
- Divergent sequel Allegiant accidentally ships early
- Jude Law says Sherlock Holmes 3 is still happening
- Jeff Goldblum is being all coy about Jurassic World
- Jennifer Tilly discusses her Curse of Chucky cameo
- Alex Kurtzman talks Star Trek Into Darkness
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Posted on Monday, September 30th, 2013 by Angie Han
Notorious lens flare addict J.J. Abrams takes the first steps toward recovery, just in time to shoot Episode VII. Also after the jump:
- Yes, Samuel L. Jackson is still interested in Episode VII
- No, Episode VII will not shoot in New Mexico
- Daniel Day-Lewis has an interesting lunch date
- The real story behind LucasArts‘ demise is revealed
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