Indiana jones universe

During the Lucasfilm: The Art of Storytelling presentation at Star Wars Celebration Europe 2016, it was quickly and quietly mentioned that the Lucasfilm Story Group is not only working on the future of Star Wars movies, but also the future of the Indiana Jones series. What does this mean for the future of Indiana Jones stories? Could we get a multi-platform Indiana Jones universe?

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Blade Runner 2

Director Denis Villeneuve (Sicario) begins principal photography on Blade Runner 2 this month. The sequel takes place decades after Sir Ridley Scott‘s 1982 film (around 2047 or 2050, says Scott), but we know little about the plot or even whom the project’s star, Ryan Gosling, is playing. Villeneuve hasn’t spilled any significant new details lately, but he has shared some artwork. Below, check out the Blade Runner 2 concept art.

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Barkhad Abdi Joins ‘Blade Runner 2’

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Next month, director Denis Villeneuve begins production on Blade Runner 2. The sequel, which stars Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling, has already attracted an exciting cast. The newest member of the Blade Runner 2 ensemble is Academy Award-nominated actor Barkhad Abdi, the co-star of Captain Phillips and this year’s Eye in the Sky.

Below, learn more about the Barkhard Abdi Blade Runner 2 casting announcement.

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When Steven Spielberg sits down for a full and proper interview, it is our duty as movie fans to pay attention. The greatest filmmaker in modern Hollywood history can often feel a little enigmatic (he doesn’t bother with things like DVD commentaries) and getting any kind of window into his process and life feels invaluable. So the arrival of two new profiles on Spielberg, his work, and his various companies is a cause for celebration – both stories are filled with wonderful anecdotes, insights and even a tease or two.

Oh, and Spielberg promises that he won’t be killing off Indiana Jones in the upcoming fifth movie.

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Blade Runner 2 Ana de Armas

Earlier this week, Blade Runner 2 had its release date moved up from January 12th, 2018 to October 6th 2017, but that’s not the only good news today for anyone looking forward to director Denis Villeneuve‘s (Sicario) sequel. Ana de Armas, a very promising actress you might recognize from Knock Knock, has just joined the Blade Runner 2 cast.

Learn more about the sequel and de Armas below.

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Star Wars Land - The Star Wars Experience

We’ve been reporting on Disney’s Star Wars Land for years now, from the rumored development to the official announcement at D23 Expo 2015. But we still don’t know the official name for this “gateway planet located on the outer rim,” which is currently under construction in both Disneyland in Anaheim California and Hollywood Studios in Orlando Florida. Now, however, a good source claims to know what Star Wars Land will be called. Find out, after the jump.

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Robin Wright Joins ‘Blade Runner’ Sequel

Robin Wright Blade Runner 2 casting

Robin Wright is in final negotiations to join Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford in Alcon Entertainment’s sequel to Ridley Scott’s 1982 film Blade Runner. The news was announced today via a press release, which you can read in its entirety after the jump along with my thoughts on the Robin Wright Blade Runner 2 casting.

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The Force Awakens deleted scenes

Over 20 minutes worth of scenes were removed from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. An early cut of the sequel was two hours and forty minutes, but considering the film moves like a bullet, as director J.J. Abrams‘ movies tend to, they were probably all wise cuts.

Below, Abrams explains why these scenes didn’t make the final cut, and reveals some first look photos at some of the deleted scenes we’ll see on the home video release. (Spoilers ahead, obviously.)

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Han Solo Returning

While Harrison Ford has been hopping around to various talk shows and radio programs lately to help promote the forthcoming home video arrival of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, he doesn’t seem to be quite as annoyed as he used to be with talking about his most iconic characters, Han Solo and Indiana Jones. The latter was just confirmed to return in 2019 with Steven Spielberg back behind the camera, but what about the future of Han Solo? Will we see Harrison Ford back as the smuggler sometime in the future? The actor certainly isn’t ruling it out.

Find out what Harrison Ford said about Han Solo returning to Star Wars after the jump, but beware of spoilers. Read More »