power rangers reboot

Sure, let’s try this again! A new Power Rangers reboot is in the works at Paramount, with Jonathan Entwistle, creator of Netflix’s The End of the F***ing World, in talks to direct. The Power Rangers hit the big screen again with a semi-serious 2017 reboot, which featured Elizabeth Banks hamming it up big time. While that film received better-than-expected reviews, it bombed at the box office.

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Home Alone reboot cast - Archie Yates

Archie Yates, who can currently be seen as the title character’s scene-stealing best friend in Jojo Rabbit, has been cast as the young lead of the Home Alone reboot at Disney+. Ellie Kemper (The Office, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) and Rob Delaney (Catastrophe, Deadpool 2) will play his parents. Read what we know about the movie below.

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the grudge trailer

The Grudge is taking its hard “R” rating seriously. Sony has released a gnarly red band trailer for its reboot of The Grudge, which is directed by The Eyes of My Mother filmmaker Nicolas Pesce and stars an impressive cast including Andrea RiseboroughJohn Cho, and Betty Gilpin. But the star of this new red band trailer is none other than horror genre stalwart Lin Shaye, who has become a new-age scream queen in the past decade. Shaye, and of course, Cho’s naked torso, get quite a bit of screen time in the nightmarishly violent new red band trailer. Watch The Grudge trailer below.

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mulan trailer

Disney is finally getting down to business with its Mulan live-action remake, which feels like it has been sitting on the backburner for months now. Only one short teaser has been released thus far for the film, which stars Chinese actress Liu Yifei as the legendary warrior. Now, mere months before Niki Caro‘s live-action remake of the beloved Disney animated classic is set to hit theaters, Mulan is getting its second official trailer.

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Babette's Feast remake

Filmmaker Alexander Payne has hit a bit of a rough patch lately. His most recent movie, 2017’s Downsizing, made just $55 million worldwide on a reported $68 million budget, and though it seemed like he was lining up a new Netflix project earlier this year, that was abruptly cancelled in October due to a rights issue. But it looks like Payne didn’t take much time to bounce back, because he’s already moved on to another movie: a remake of the 1987 Danish Oscar winner Babette’s Feast. If you’re a foodie, you should definitely have this on your radar. Read More »

new planet of the apes movie

Ready for Disney’s Planet of the Apes? Even if you aren’t, it’s still happening. Planet of the Apes is about to be one of the first Fox properties to get a new lease on life under new Disney ownership, with Maze Runner helmer Wes Ball tapped to develop and direct. But here’s what’s unclear: no one is saying whether or not this is a whole new reboot of the franchise, or if it’s going to tie into the recent trilogy starring Andy Serkis as advanced ape revolutionary Caesar.

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the fugitive remake movie

The Fugitive is a perfect movie. That’s not hyperbole, either – it’s an air-tight, compulsively rewatchable thriller with Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones both at the top of their game. It’s one of those rare films that should be considered untouchable. So, of course, Hollywood wants to remake it. Warner Bros. is moving forward with a Fugitive remake, and they’ve tapped Albert Hughes to helm. To make things extra silly, this isn’t even the only Fugitive remake on the horizon: streaming service Quibi is working on one, too.

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invisible woman

Universal is moving full scream ahead with plans to revive their classic monsters. They have Leigh Whannell’s Invisible Man arriving next year and Dexter Fletcher’s Renfield in the works, and now they’re adding another project: Invisible Woman. Elizabeth Banks will direct and star in the film, which apparently won’t be connected to Whannell’s Invisible Man. Universal made an Invisible Woman movie released back in 1940, but the tone was comedic, whereas Banks’ project is said to be a full-on horror movie.

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friday night lights reboot directors

Just in case you forgot, that Friday Night Lights reboot movie is still in the works, and it has a new creative team. John Erick and Drew Dowdle, known collectively as The Dowdle Brothers, have been tasked with making this potentially bad idea happen. Rather than follow-up the original Friday Night Lights movie, or connect to the popular TV series in any way, this new Friday Night Lights will tell a brand new story.

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texas chainsaw massacre reboot

Cannibals and politicians – what could be scarier? Fede Alvarez, director of Don’t Breathe and the Evil Dead remake, has two new horror projects lined-up, and both are bound to garner attention. One is a reboot of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. The other is being described as “The Shining set in the White House.” And really, what more do you need?

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