Netflix and Nintendo are at work potentially developing a TV series based on The Legend of Zelda. The news broke last week and got video game fans salivating. Sure there was a short lived Zelda TV show many years ago, but a Nintendo property hasn’t been adapted into a big budget, live-action…well…anything since the early Nineties. And The Legend of Zelda has long been at the top of fan’s wish lists for a new show of movie.
But what is the show going to be? All we know at the moment is Nintendo and Netflix want a family friendly show with the aesthetic of Game of Thrones. Okay, but how old will Link be? Zelda? Which will be the main character? Is Ganon the bad guy? What story will they use? At this point, without a script or showrunner, all options are likely on the table.
Since most of The Legend of Zelda games are about younger characters, that how we went with our casting wishlist. We tried to pick actors who, for the most part, aren’t super famous but are age appropriate. Actors both in the box and way outside it. The resulting list features lots of people who you may or may not have heard of, but you wouldn’t be surprised to hear were cast on a Netflix show. That’s not to say we didn’t stretch here or there.
So below, we’ve got our own Legend of Zelda Netflix casting wishlist for Link, Zelda, Ganon and then a writer/showrunner/director type. Check it out. Read More »
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Posted on Wednesday, February 11th, 2015 by Angie Han
As you’ve no doubt heard by now, Spider-Man is coming to the MCU. But the powers that be aren’t simply merging Sony’s existing Spider-Man franchise with the Marvel movies — no, this is going to be a whole new Spider-Man, which means the webslinging role is up for grabs again.
Marvel and Sony have yet to reveal whom they want to put on the Spidey mask, but while they mull it over we’ve got some ideas for them. After the jump, run down our new Spider-Man casting wishlist. Read More »
Which actor is hilariously being rumored as Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man replacement? Want to see Weta’s work on The Amazing Spider-Man 2? How is Marvel replacing the “dead” Wolverine in the comics? Would Hayley Atwell like to continue playing Agent Carter? Who is the latest actress who may be up for Supergirl? What happens when a dog watches Guardians of the Galaxy? Read about all this and more in the first Superhero Bits of 2015! Read More »
This morning, Universal released the first trailer for Colin Trevorrow‘s Jurassic World. You can watch that awesome trailer here, in case you haven’t seen it already. (Or if, like me, you want to watch it over and over again.) And for those of you who really want to take in all of the visuals revealed in the first Jurassic World trailer, we have compiled a batch of high resolution images from the film to let you take in all the awesomeness one image at a time. Hit the jump to see the Jurassic World photos now.
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The park has opened early. Despite a countdown promising the trailer on Thanksgiving, the first Jurassic World trailer is now online. Watch it below, and check out some new photos. Read More »
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We’ve seen some sets from Jurassic World, we’ve heard about the dinosaurs, and now the stars of the film are front and center. That’s thanks to several new photos from the film which opens one year from today, featuring Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Nick Robinson and Ty Simpkins. The film is directed by Colin Trevorrow. Check out the Jurassic World photos below. Read More »
Briefly: While a number of names have been listed over the past few months as potential stars of Colin Trevorrow’s Jurassic World, we haven’t assumed that any will be locked in once the movie really gets going. The production delay and reported script changes threw things for a loop.
But Bryce Dallas Howard was tipped as one possible lead not long ago, and Deadline says she’s still in talks. Additionally, the site says that Jake Johnson (Drinking Buddies, New Girl) is a possible choice for another role. And finally, the young Ty Simpkins, who got his start on the big screen in Steven Spielberg’s War of the Worlds and may be best recognized as the poster child for Insidious (or as the precious kid in Iron Man 3), is now reported to be set for a lead role in the film, too. At this point we don’t have details for any of their roles, but that certainly looks like the sort of family unit (formal, or improvised) that would be right at home in a Jurassic Park movie.
Jurassic World is due out June 12, 2015. Steven Spielberg and Frank Marshall are producing.
Want to see a bunch of spoiler-filled set photos from The Amazing Spider-Man 2, featuring Paul Giamatti as The Rhino? How about two new TV spots from Man of Steel? What kind of secrets are held in the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. preview? How did one theater showing Iron Man 3 attract the wrong kind of attention? Does Mark Ruffalo think the team will all be back for The Avengers 2? Did Marvel possibly cancel a rumored Iron Man 3 post-credits teaser? What did Guillermo Del Toro have to say about Justice League Dark? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
James Wan‘s low-budget smash hit Insidious was not only scary, it was a sure-fire conversation starter. Starring Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne as two parents whose son loses himself in a spiritual other world called The Further, the movie cost only $1.5 million and ended up grossing nearly $100 million, meaning lots of people walked out dying to know what happens next. Answers are now going to be offered up.
Insidious Chapter 2 will once again be written by Leigh Whannell, directed by James Wan, and star Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Lin Shaye and Ty Simpkins. It starts production in January aimed at an August 30, 2013 release date. After the jump, read more about the film and some possibilities of where it could go. Read More »