Godzilla King of the Monsters Millie Bobby Brown

Did you feel that giant rumble? Something big is coming to San Diego Comic-Con International very soon, but before a trailer (almost certainly) drops later this week, actress Millie Bobby Brown has just revealed the first Godzilla King of the Monsters footage online. Check it out below.
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Dune cast

Timothée Chalamet is in talks to join Denis Villenueve‘s Dune, an adaptation of the epic Frank Herbert sci-fi novel. The Call Me By Your Name star will play Paul Atreides, a character played by Kyle MacLachlan in David Lynch’s weirdo adaptation of the same novel.

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danai gurira next role

Hot off the heels of her scene-stealing turn in Black PantherDanai Gurira is preparing for franchise domination. The career of the the Walking Dead star is looking as alive as ever, with Gurira entering early talks to star in the upcoming Godzilla vs. Kong, and circling a potential role in the Star Trek sequel.

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Godzilla 2 Vera Farmiga

Vera Farmiga has offered some strange insight into her character in Godzilla 2, aka Godzilla: King of the Monsters. According to Farmiga, her character can both communicate with and possibly control the big, city-leveling monsters in the film. A movie where Vera Farmiga talks to big monsters? This is now a must-see.

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Gundam movie

After a brief appearance on the big screen earlier this year in Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One, audiences are about to get an entire live-action Gundam movie based on the popular property. Legendary Entertainment is co-producing a live-action adaptation with Sunrise, the Japanese animation studio, and production company that created the Mecha anime Mobile Suit Gundam and all of its spinoffs and sequels since 1979. Read more about the first ever live-action Gundam movie below.  Read More »

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Tomb Raider and Pacific Rim Uprising Honest Trailer

The folks at Honest Trailers have no problem singling out movies and making fun of them mercilessly. However, in the case of two releases from the spring of 2018, neither of them is apparently worth enough of their time to get their own Honest Trailer.

That’s right. Both Pacific Rim Uprising and Tomb Raider are so down the middle of the line that they’re being put into a single Honest Trailer double feature. They both just to happen to be movies that exist because Warner Bros. Pictures need to do something with the video game intellectual property they inherited, and Pacific Rim Uprising just so happened to rake in box office bucks in China. Read More »

godzilla vs. kong cast

Julian Dennison, who was recently seen in Deadpool 2 but who will always be Ricky Baker to me, has joined the Godzilla vs. Kong cast. Adam Wingard is directing the entry in the so-called MonsterVerse.

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godzilla shared universe

Toho is creating their own Godzilla shared universe. Not to be confused with Legendary Entertainment’s MonsterVerse, Toho’s shared universe will launch after Toho’s deal with Warner Bros. and Legendary comes to a close after 2021.

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Godzilla 2 cast

Rampage has a full cast of marquee actors like Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, but there’s one performer whose name you’d never notice unless you paid close attention to the credits: Jason Liles. He’s the man who did the performance capture work for George, the movie’s huge albino gorilla. Now Liles will be going from playing one huge beast to another, because he’s joined the Godzilla 2 cast in the role of King Ghidorah, one of Godzilla’s long-time cinematic adversaries.
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Pacific Rim Uprising Charlie Day

It’s fair to say that Charlie Day has carved out a niche for himself as an actor. He tends to play the same kinds of characters over and over again: goofy, nervous, guys who aren’t always super confident about the decisions they’re making. In 2013’s Pacific Rim, he switched things up a little by playing Newton Geiszler, a fast-talking scientist with an academic appreciation of the monstrous kaiju emerging from another dimension.

Day is back to reprise that role in Pacific Rim Uprising, and at the movie’s press junket, I spoke with writer/director Steven S. DeKnight about working with Day and the evolution of Geiszler’s character in the sequel. Read More »