aquaman villain

Details on Aquaman have been hidden away in the murky depths for months, but now some new info is bubbling to the surface. A new interview with co-star Patrick Wilson has shed some light on Aquaman villain King Orm – a character who has a lot in common with recent Marvel villains Thanos and Killmonger.

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aquaman trailer

There’s more to Atlantis than meets the eye. A new Aquaman image reveals that the glorious, underwater kingdom is not the shining city on top of a coral reef that mythology would have you believe. Instead, the Atlantis in Aquaman seems to be subject to the same rival rulers and political turmoil that have plagued human history — just with more great white sharks and sea dragons. Which, to be honest, is infinitely cooler than the lame horses that human warriors have been saddled with.

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aquaman trailer

An Aquaman trailer should be swimming online any day now, but in the meantime, a new Entertainment Weekly magazine cover offers our first official look at Nicole Kidman as Queen Atlanna and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as villain Black Manta . Check out the Aquaman images below.

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Arachnophobia remake

Attention, spider-fans: Frank Marshall‘s creepy-crawly horror-comedy Arachnophobia is getting a reboot at Amblin Entertainment, with The Conjuring‘s James Wan producing.

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swamp thing tv show

DC’s digital service now has a name – DC Universe. And DC Universe now has a new addition – a live-action Swamp Thing TV series from executive producer James Wan. Wan is no stranger to DC: he’s also helming the upcoming Aquaman. 

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Tommyknockers movie

UPDATE: After a bidding war erupted, Deadline reports it was Universal Pictures who landed the rights to The Tommyknockers, beating out both Netflix and Sony Pictures for the project. Our original story from March 29, 2018 follows below.

The Tommyknockers is the latest work to jump aboard the Stephen King adaptation train. Following the blockbuster success of It, adaptations of King’s work are in high demand. Now, The Conjuring director James Wan and It producer Roy Lee will team to bring King’s 1987 horror/sci-fi novel The Tommyknockers to the screen. More on The Tommyknockers movie below.

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aquaman cast

James Wan‘s Aquaman is currently undergoing some reshoots, and in the process, the film has added a new cast member: Randall Park. Park will play Dr. Stephen Shin.

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new saw sequel

Do you want to play a game…again? Much like Jigsaw himself, the Saw franchise will apparently never really die. Pete Goldfinger and Josh Stolberg, who wrote the most recent sequel Jigsaw, are apparently hard at work on yet another new Saw sequel. What elaborate, implausible traps await us this time?

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there's someone inside your house movie

Stranger Things producer Shawn Levy and horror movie extraordinaire James Wan are teaming for an exciting new Netflix project. Levy and Wan will combine their talents to create the coming-of-age slasher movie There’s Someone Inside Your House, adapted from the novel by author Stephanie Perkins. More on the There’s Someone Inside Your House movie below.

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Death Sentence movie

(Welcome to The Unpopular Opinion, a series where a writer goes to the defense of a much-maligned film or sets their sights on a movie seemingly beloved by all. In this edition: not only is James Wan’s Death Sentence a good movie, but it’s also the only Death Wish remake we need.)

There’s a new Death Wish movie hitting screens this week, and while I’ll walk into it the same way I approach every film – hoping for greatness – it’s difficult to actually be all that optimistic. Not only has this remake been made redundant by four decades’ worth of movies about white men getting revenge with guns, but its journey towards production has seen a handful of interesting choices sidelined in favor of bland mediocrity. Instead of the once-rumored Benicio Del Toro for the lead, we now have Bruce Willis’ disinterested corpse. Instead of the Israeli filmmakers behind Big Bad Wolves announced for the director’s chair in early 2016, we now get the not-so subtle talents of Eli Roth. Instead of a fresh and interesting revenge tale, we’re getting what appears to be another empty and generic action film. (Seriously, watch the trailer.) It’s all made even more unfortunate by the realization that the only Death Wish remake we needed already came and went with nothing but empty theater seats and a 20% score on Rotten Tomatoes left behind.

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