Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD is nearing the end of its seventh and final season, but some fans might be lucky enough to keep the series alive on their collectible shelves thanks to an upcoming auction of props from the comic book series.
Prop Store, one of the leading sellers of official film and TV memorabilia, is teaming up with ABC Studios and Marvel Entertainment to auction off original costumes, props and set decoration from Agents of SHIELD. Items include full screen-worn costumes for Agent Coulson, Daisy “Skye” Johnson’s Quake, Ghost Rider, and Mockingbird, and even some elements from Samuel L. Jackson’s appearance from the beginning of the first season. Find out more below. Read More »
The King’s Man takes place decades before the events of the Kingsman series, and yet director Matthew Vaughn has found ways for the upcoming Ralph Fiennes-led prequel film to set up the events of a potential Kingsman 3.
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Stunt performers’ contributions to movies are often highlighted in memorable moments from those films, but the nature of the position means that their faces and names fade into the background in service of the story. Rarely does a stunt performer ever become a household name – especially if they’re a woman.
But now Michelle Rodriguez (Fast & Furious) is here to narrate a new documentary called Stuntwomen, which takes these powerhouse performers out of the shadows and (finally) puts them into the spotlight, giving them some much-needed praise and hopefully giving us some insight into the dangerous work they do to give some of our favorite movies unforgettable thrills and an extra level of realism. Check out the trailer below.
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Joe Wright, the director behind movies like Atonement, Hanna, and Pan, is making his first musical.
Wright has been hired to direct MGM’s Cyrano musical, based on a stage play by Erica Schmidt which was adapted from Edmond Rostand’s famous Cyrano de Bergerac. The film’s four major roles have already been cast: Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones), Haley Bennett (The Magnificent Seven, Swallow), Brian Tyree Henry (Atlanta, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), and Ben Mendelsohn (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) are all set to star. And as an added bonus, the Grammy-winning rock band The National is handling the music.
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Update: Disney CEO Bob Chapek explained that the company’s distribution approach for Mulan is being viewed as “a one-off” tactic instead of “some new business windowing model.” I’ve added his full statement below our original article, which begins below.
After delaying the release of Mulan several times, the Walt Disney Company has made an unprecedented announcement about the future of its latest live-action remake. The film will be released on Disney+ on September 4, 2020 – but you’ll have to pay $29.99 to rent it. Read More »
Amy Adams and Adam McKay are teaming up again.
The actor and director, who previously collaborated on 2006’s Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby and 2018’s Vice, are reuniting for a new limited Netflix series about the largest class action lawsuit in this country’s history. Get the details below. Read More »
A new movie topped the U.S. pandemic box office for once, with audiences showing up in — well, not droves, but respectable numbers for The Rental, Dave Franco’s feature directorial debut. While catalog titles filled up the rest of the top 10 of this past weekend’s box office, it goes to show that horror is the only thing that’s thriving at the box office amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, perhaps to offset the real-life horrors that are mounting every day.
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Large parts of America have yet to contain the coronavirus, but that’s not stopping movie theaters from plowing forward with plans to reopen this month. August 21 seems to be the date everyone is looking towards at the moment, and Regal has released a video highlighting the safety measures they’ve put in place to bring moviegoers back. It’s an oddly cheerful, upbeat video that’s working really hard to distract us from the never-ending nightmare we’re currently unable to wake up from.
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Back at the end of June, we got some surprising news about the future of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise. The heroes in a half-shell are getting rebooted yet again, but this time as a computer animated movie from Nickelodeon Animation Studios and Paramount Pictures. Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are on board as creators and producers through their Point Grey Pictures production banner, and the former recently opened up about how this iteration of the turtles will be different. Read More »