Michael B Jordan Knocked Out

Michael B. Jordan has already revived one flagging franchise with Creed, and now MGM’s turning to him to bring another old property back to life. He’s set to lead a remake of the classic heist thriller The Thomas Crown Affair, which was originally released in 1968 and remade in 1999. And yes, this means Jordan is this generation’s Steve McQueen, or at least its Pierce Brosnan.  Read More »

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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes photo

Star Wars Episode VII has dominated the news over the past day or so, but it’s certainly not the only sequel in town. After the jump:

  • Matt Reeves talks Planet of the Apes sequels
  • Ryan Coogler offers details on the Rocky spinoff Creed
  • John McTiernan wrote Thomas Crown 2 while in prison
  • Christopher McQuarrie shares a pic from M:I5 prep
  • Get an eyeful of Optimus Prime in a new Transformers still

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bad-lieutenantIn this week’s /Filmcast, David Chen, Devindra Hardawar, and Adam Quigley assess whether or not Joss Whedon would make a good Avengers director, try to figure out what Summit Entertainment is trying to do with the final Twilight films, and discuss why the Green Lantern’s CG-only suit…actually makes a lot of sense.

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