Production is currently underway on the next big action movie from John Wick and Atomic Blonde filmmaker David Leitch. The movie is called Bullet Train, and it features the simple yet promising premise of a group of deadly assassins who all end up on the same train. Since Murder on the Orient Express was already taken, we get the punny title referencing both a high speed train and the ammunition that will undoubtedly be splattering blood on that very train. In fact, you can see some of that blood being spilled in one of several Bullet Train first look photos revealed by David Leitch himself. Read More »
It’s kind of strange to think that we haven’t seen any official images from Mission: Impossible 7. Sure, there have been plenty of behind-the-scenes shots of Tom Cruise doing various life-threatening stunts, but no official still from the highly anticipated action sequel. But now we have our first Mission: Impossible 7 image, courtesy of returning director Christopher McQuarrie, and it features Cruise doing the thing he’s best known for: running.
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Ready for Zack Snyder‘s big new movie for 2021?! No, I don’t mean the Snyder Cut of Justice League – I’m talking about Army of the Dead, Snyder’s return to the world of zombies. The action-horror pic follows a group of mercenaries who attempt to pull off a big heist in the middle of zombie-infested Las Vegas. The Army of the Dead trailer is arriving tomorrow, and ahead of that, we have a behind-the-scenes pic that features Snyder, star Dave Bautista, and a whole lot of corpses (to be clear, they’re fake movie corpses, so don’t get too stressed).
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There are just two more episodes left in WandaVision, the first Disney+ series with major ties to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The series is bound to have a huge impact on future Marvel Studios movies, but we likely won’t know the ramifications of the show for a little while. Thankfully, Marvel will keep us occupied with The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which arrives on Disney+ in March. A batch of photos offers us a new glimpse at the series and you can check them out below. Read More »
While everyone keeps talking about Zack Snyder’s Justice League, it’s worth remembering that Zack Snyder has a completely separate movie due out this year: Army of the Dead, a heist flick set during a zombie apocalypse. A new Army of the Dead image has just arrived featuring star Dave Bautista, and in an article accompanying the image, Bautista says that Snyder’s zombie movie has “something special” that sets it apart from all the other zombie-based entertainment out there. Bautista also reveals that he tried to land a role on The Walking Dead once – but was turned down due to his bulky size.
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It’s been five years since Walt Disney Animation last released an animated short to be paired with one of its feature films (that excruciatingly long Frozen short that wouldn’t end was from Pixar, not WDA). And it’s been even longer since Disney earned acclaim for one of its original shorts, like the exquisite Oscar-winning 2012 short Paperman, which screened in front of Wreck-It-Ralph.
And while not many people will likely be heading to theaters to catch Raya and the Last Dragon on the big screen due to the ongoing pandemic, Disney is bringing back the experience of seeing a lovingly animated short in front of a film with Us Again, an ode to dance and aging, which will screen in front of Raya and the Last Dragon in theaters this March and come to Disney+ a few months after that. See the Us Again first look below.
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After literally years of fan campaigning and social media outcry, Zack Snyder‘s updated (and some might say “pure”) vision of Justice League will soon land on HBO Max – and one significant change from the theatrical version involves the inclusion of Jared Leto as Batman’s nemesis, the Joker.
Snyder has shared a couple of new images of Leto in character, and his version of the Clown Prince of Crime looks drastically different than he did when he debuted in 2016’s Suicide Squad. Plus, Snyder shares some details about exactly how the Joker factors into his vision for Justice League and what scene he appears in.
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The Joker has a new look.
We know that Jared Leto‘s “damaged” take on Gotham City’s Clown Prince of Crime will be appearing in Zack Snyder‘s revamped version of Justice League when that long-discussed project finally debuts on HBO Max next month. And now Snyder himself has shared a new Jared Leto Joker photo, teasing a very different vibe for this previously high-strung iteration of the character. Read More »
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Netflix finds itself in an interesting position as this year’s odd Oscar season gets underway. Mank, director David Fincher‘s luxurious Old Hollywood period piece, was once considered a frontrunner in several categories, but as we get further and further from its release, it seems Netflix may be worried that voters might forget about the film in favor of whatever hot new thing they’ve seen more recently. So what is there to do?
Well, here’s one way to keep the film in peoples’ minds. The streaming service’s film-centric Twitter account has shared several behind the scenes Mank color photos, providing a stark juxtaposition with the classic black-and-white cinematography of the film itself. And hey, it worked: we’re talking about Mank again. Check out the photos below, which showcase stars Gary Oldman and Amanda Seyfried on the set “for the first time in glorious color.” Read More »
Meet your next Princess Diana. Kristen Stewart dons the iconic blonde locks and sad, doe-eyed expression of the beloved Princess of Wales, whose untimely death left a huge mark on history. And as we near the 25th anniversary of her death, we’ll receive a new biopic about the Lady Di, helmed by Jackie director Pablo Larraín. See the Spencer first look below.
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