Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse was one of the most visually dazzling films to grace screens in recent memory, with an innovative animation style that managed to bring comic book panels to life. But the sequel will make the 2018 animated film look “quaint,” according to producer Christopher Miller. The producer teased that “groundbreaking” new techniques are being developed for the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2 art that will top the original.
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The reopening of movie theaters next month is still somewhat of an uncertainty, especially with Christopher Nolan’s Tenet recently being pushed back another two weeks and Disney considering yet another delay for their live-action adaptation of Mulan. But that’s not stopping Sony Pictures from bringing Ghostbusters back to the big screen in July, not only for theaters open in areas that have mostly overcome the spread of COVID-19, but for the safer, thriving drive-ins around the United States. Read More »
When the Ghostbusters cast and filmmakers reunited on Josh Gad’s web series Reunited Apart, there was a little confusion about something Ghostbusters: Afterlife director Jason Reitman said during their chat. Many thought the filmmaker was revealing another sequel was already in development, but it was just an out of context quote that got misconstrued. However, Ghostbusters is still a franchise, and obviously Sony Pictures would like to see Afterlife reinvigorate the brand. That’s why we’re not surprised to hear franchise star and co-creator Dan Aykroyd say the new movie “feeds into the possibility” of more sequels. Read More »
David Leitch, director of Deadpool 2, Atomic Blonde, and Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw, is catching a ride on the Bullet Train. Leitch will direct the action pic which focuses on a group of assassins all on the same train. Talk about awkward. Zak Olkewicz, writer of the upcoming R.L. Stine adaptation Fear Street, is tackling the script, with Leitch taking part in revisions.
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Nature is healing – movies are returning to theaters. Okay, nature isn’t actually healing, and there’s still the very real threat of the coronavirus out there. But Hollywood is eager to get back to normal, and they’re putting all their hopes and dreams into the month of July. July will mark the first time we’ve had new big studio movies in non-drive-in theaters since March, and while Tenet is the title everyone keeps mentioning, there are a few other films arriving before the latest Christopher Nolan blockbuster. One of those films is the rom-com The Broken Hearts Gallery, and you can see a trailer for that below.
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We haven’t seen the last of J.K. Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson. Simmons reprised his iconic role as the volatile newspaper editor in a Spider-Man: Far From Home post-credit scene. And according to the actor himself, his next appearance as the character is already filmed, and there are plans for at least one more Jameson appearance.
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The release-date shuffle continues! At one point, Christopher Nolan’s Tenet had July 17 locked-down as a release date, with everyone and their mother trying to tout the film as the big movie theater comeback event of the summer. Then Warner Bros. moved Tenet to July 31, along with shuffling several other titles to later dates. Now that July 17 is free game, other studios are taking their chances: A24 has moved the delayed Saint Maud to that date, and Sony has done the same with their rom-com The Broken Hearts Gallery. The big question is: will anyone go see them with the coronavirus still lurking around?
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Ghostbusters: Afterlife is slated to be the first proper Ghostbusters sequel in over 30 years when it arrives in theaters in March of 2021. Jason Reitman is taking over directing duties on the franchise from his father Ivan Reitman, and after the filmmaker made an appearance on the Ghostbusters reunion episode of Josh Gad’s web series Reunited Apart, a quote from him on the show is being misrepresented around the internet as a tease for yet another sequel to follow Ghostbusters: Afterlife. But that’s not the case. Read More »
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Ghostbusters fans are stuck patiently waiting for the arrival of Ghostbusters: Afterlife since the film was delayed from its original July release date this summer to spring of 2021. Thankfully, Josh Gad has something to hold us over with the latest edition of his nostalgic web series Reunited Apart.
The cast of the original Ghostbusters got back together virtually to take a look back at the making of the original 1984 sci-fi comedy classic. Director Ivan Reitman, co-writer and star Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver, Annie Potts, and even William Atherton all participated in this supernatural trip down memory lane, and Ghostbusters: Afterlife director Jason Reitman came along for the ride too. Watch Ghostbusters Reunited Apart below. Read More »
The PlayStation 5 was officially revealed yesterday, and one of the most exciting parts was the official reveal of the teaser trailer for Spider-Man: Miles Morales, a follow-up to the hit Spider-Man video game released for the PlayStation 4 in 2018. However, in all the excitement, Sony Interactive Entertainment didn’t get around to explaining that this isn’t actually a full-on sequel to the Spider-Man game. At the same time, contrary to recent reports, it’s not just an expansion accompanying an enhanced version of the original game either. Get the details below
UPDATE: We’ve modified our original story to offer better clarification on what Spider-Man: Miles Morales actually is. Read More »