Posted on Sunday, March 6th, 2016 by Ethan Anderton
The Top 20 Stories of the Week are the stories we think you should check out on /Film from the previous week.
This week brought confirmation of when Star Wars: The Force Awakens hits Blu-Ray, some new details on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, word from Disney about whether Marvel Studios will ever tackled R-rated comic book movies, good news for The Dark Tower fans, a couple features on the animated animal characters of Disney and cinema’s presidents, and of course, the first trailer for Ghostbusters and all that came with it.
Get all of the Top 20 Stories of the Week after the jump.
20. Death Wish Remake Lands a Pair of Promising Directors
Israeli filmmaking duo Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado has been tapped to be at the helm of the Death Wish remake that’s supposed to star Bruce Willis. Find out why this is good news in our full story.
19. Legends of the Hidden Temple Getting Rebooted as a TV Movie
The 90s favorite game show from Nickelodeon is getting rebooted in the form of a TV movie that will incorporate elements of the show into the project. Find out what we know about it so far right here.
18. Angry Birds Trailer: The War Between Fowls and Pigs Finally Begins
The animated comedy arrives on May 20.
17. Power Rangers First Look: The New Heroes, Out of Their Power Suits
Meet the new Power Rangers, but you’ll have to check them out in a first look photo that looks like a JC Penney advertisement since they’re not wearing their power suits just yet. See the photo right here.
16. 23 Jump Street Crossover with Men in Black Still in the Works
That 23 Jump Street sequel that will cross over with Men in Black is still in the works, and it sounds like The Muppets and Alice Through the Looking Glass director James Bobin might be directing it. Get the details right here.
15. The Conjuring 2 Set Visit: Watching a Master of Horror at Work
We visited the set of The Conjuring 2, and Jack Giroux got to see master horror filmmaker James Wan at work. Find out what he saw and what you can expect from the horror sequel right here.
14. J.J. Abrams Says Star Wars Will See Gay Characters on Screen
Whether you like it or not, we’ll start seeing gay characters in the Star Wars universe, according to J.J. Abrams. It’s all part of the much needed diversification of the Star Wars universe. Find out more right here.