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Since leaving Warner Brothers as President of Worldwide Production, producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventure has launched several franchises. The longest running has been the Transformers movies, but he’s also been responsible for G.I. Joe, Red and the upcoming Die Hard prequel, McClane.

Bumblebee is the sixth film in the Transformers series, but it’s the first not directed by Michael Bay and it’s a spinoff that takes place in 1987. When Bumblebee first comes to Earth after the Cybertron wars, he meets 18-year-old Charlie (Hailee Steinfeld) and becomes her first car. Kubo and the Two Strings director Travis Knight is behind the camera this time..

Di Bonaventura spoke with /Film about Bumblebee, the state of the Transformers franchise, and his upcoming projects. Bumblebee is in theaters this Friday.

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tim burton goosebumps movie

In the 1990s, Tim Burton almost told audiences to say cheese and die with a Goosebumps movie. While a film based on the popular horror series for young readers would eventually splatter monster blood on filmgoers in 2015, writer R.L. Stine recently revealed that a Tim Burton Goosebumps movie was a real possibility in the mid-90s, but never came to pass.

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the terror season 2 cast

The Terror season 2 has rounded out its cast, and added a very recognizable name: George Takei. The Star Trek actor will both appear and serve as a consultant on the second season of AMC’s horror anthology series. Season 2 will be set in a Japanese-American internment camp during World War II, something Takei has actual experience with, having been forced to live in a camp as a young boy with his family.

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resident evil reboot

Update: In an interview with Bloody Disgusting, James Wan reveals that he is no longer producing this film. “I’m not doing that anymore. That has been dropped,” Wan confirmed. “I hate it when my projects get announced. It makes it seem like I’m attached to a lot of things when in fact I’m not necessarily doing so many things.” Our original article follows.

Last year, we wrote about how James Wan (Aquaman, The Conjuring) would be producing a Resident Evil reboot, revamping the popular video game franchise on the big screen after Paul W.S. Anderson’s long-running series of films finally came to an end. Now it seems the reboot has found its director: Johannes Roberts, the man who helmed 47 Meters Down.
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penny marshall dead

Penny Marshall, the star of the iconic 1970s and 1980s sitcom Laverne and Shirley and the director of beloved classic films like Big and A League of Their Own, has died at the age of 75. She leaves behind her a long and lasting legacy as one of the faces of ’70s television and as one of the most successful female directors in Hollywood history.

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Rashomon TV show

A Rashomon TV show is in the works at Amblin Entertainment, proving once again that no property, not even an acclaimed classic, is safe. Read more about the new adaptation of director Akira Kurosawa‘s 1950 masterpiece below, which is being described as a “dramatic mystery thriller series.” Read More »

stranger things season 3 story details

Stranger Things season 3 story details are still locked up safe in the Upside Down, but a slip-up on IMDb might have just given away part of the game. While the following details are very vague, and just speculation at best, if you want to remain as spoiler-free as humanly possible, you might want to turn back now. The possible spoilers await you below.

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 6 Video

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is coming to NBC in January for a sixth season after being canceled by FOX last year. That means there are a bunch of new viewers who might be tuning in to check out the comedy series focusing on the antics of the 99th precinct in Brooklyn, New York. So NBC has put together a Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 6 sneak peek video with a tease of what’s to come in the new episodes. But it also catches up viewers who might be too lazy to watch all five of the previous seasons.

Check out the Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 6 sneak peek video. Read More »

the secret life of pets 2 trailer

Illumination continues releasing a slew of character trailers highlighting the various beloved pets of The Secret Life of Pets 2. The latest The Secret Life of Pets 2 trailer gives the spotlight to Snowball, the reformed former gang leader of “The Flushed Pets” who now enjoys a cozy life with a young owner.

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james wan interview

After the release of Aquaman (out December 21, 2018), director James Wan will no longer be just “that horror guy.” The Warner Bros. superhero film has a humorous and light-hearted tone that more often than not transforms into full-blown kitsch, anchored around an effortlessly charismatic performance from Jason Momoa. And with Wan at the helm, the film’s stunning visual ambition and grandeur turns Aquaman into one of the most unique DC films to date.

But this isn’t the first brush with funny for the Malaysian born-Australian film director, screenwriter and producer behind the massively successful Saw and Conjuring franchises. Wan tested the waters for humor with his work in the Fast and Furious franchise, swooping in to direct the critically acclaimed Furious 7. In fact, Wan credits his one-movie stint in the gonzo Fast and Furious series with helping him to shape Aquaman and perhaps inspire him to move beyond horror. Wan talks about all that and more in our interview below.

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