Nutcracker and the Four Realms Reshoots

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, a real movie that is actually coming out this year, underwent reshoots in late 2017. While the film was initially helmed by What’s Eating Gilbert Grape filmmaker Lasse HallstromRocketeer and Captain America: The First Avenger director Joe Johnston was brought in to handle the aforementioned reshoots. Now word comes that Hallstrom and Johnston will share director credit, which indicates Johnston’s reshoots were rather extensive.

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Solo Deleted Scenes

Through multiple screenplay drafts and a troubled production, Solo: A Star Wars story changed significantly from conception to realization. With the help of the newly released art book tracking the film’s development and production, we try to get to the heart of the Solo movie that almost was, but never will be.

Spoilers follow.

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Solo Behind The Scenes

We’re getting close to the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story. The film looks great and marketing is going smoothly, but still, the specter of the film’s troubled production lingers. People want to know: just how much of the film did Ron Howard shoot compared to what fired directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller filmed? We’ve heard different reports, but now we might have an answer.

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The Predator reshoots

We’ve been waiting for years to see writer/director Shane Black‘s sci-fi sequel The Predator, and this fall, we’ll finally get to see his take on the iconic alien race of big game hunters. Now one of the movie’s actors has revealed that recent reshoots have significantly changed a majority of the film’s final act. Find out what we know about The Predator reshoots below.
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Dark Phoenix and New Mutants Delays

Update: The Hollywood Reporter has more details on the Dark Phoenix reshoots. It seems that the third act of the movie needs some work and the reshoots are expected to cost under $10 million.

Earlier today, news dropped that Fox was moving X-Men: Dark Phoenix and The New Mutants all the way to 2019. We now have a clearer picture about why this happened, and what the future holds for these films. More on the Dark Phoenix and New Mutants delays below.

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solo reshoots

Solo: A Star Wars Story shook up the Star Wars universe when original directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller were fired from the project due to creative differences. The directors were quickly replaced with old school pro Ron Howard. Now, after months of behind-the-scenes rumors and concerns, Solo is just about ready to hit theaters. Ahead of the film’s release, a source inside the production has revealed several new pieces of info about the troubled film.

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deadpool 2 reshoots

Reshoots and additional photography are a totally normal part of the moviemaking process. But the Deadpool 2 reshoots had some fans wondering there’s cause for concern.

Reports of late reshoots surfaced this week, just two months before Deadpool 2‘s release date. But while the reshoots follow muddled reports about poorly received initial test screenings, it seems that the Deadpool 2 reshoots are simply adding scenes with two new fan-favorite characters.

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Solo firing

Solo: A Star Wars Story has had a bumpy rode to the big screen. The film was close to completion under directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller. Then, Lucasfilm fired the duo and brought in Ron Howard to both finish and reshoot a large portion of the film. A new piece details the process behind the Solo firing of Lord and Miller and the hiring of Howard.

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all the money in the world reshoots

UPDATE: The controversy behind this pay discrepancy has come to an end with Mark Wahlberg doing the right thing. Read the full update at the end of our story.

As the pay gap debate continues to gain steam in the wake of news that Michelle Williams was paid less than 1% of Mark Wahlberg‘s paycheck for the All the Money in the World reshoots, more details emerge about Wahlberg’s deal over his fee.

Wahlberg reportedly withheld approval of Christopher Plummer as the replacement for Kevin Spacey to get his $1.5 million fee, refusing to sign off on the casting unless he received additional payment. It looks like the only thing it would take to get Marky Mark to take time out of his busy pants-dropping schedule is some good old-fashioned co-star leveraging.

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all the money in the world reshoots

Ridley Scott recently made headlines when he decided to reshoot Kevin Spacey’s scenes in All The Money In The World with Christopher Plummer – a decision that required co-stars Mark Wahlberg and Michelle Williams to come back for said reshoots. Reports now indicate that while Wahlberg received a hefty sum of money to film his reshoots, Williams was paid millions of dollars less.

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