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Super director James Gunn tells Latino Review that he has had meetings with Marvel Entertainment: “Yeah, I mean there’s a lot of things that I would like to do and I’ve even talked to people about it. I’ve had discussions with Marvel, even from the beginning of the career. I remember being offered to write ‘Fantastic Four’ ten years ago or some that I didn’t do. If something inspired me I would.”

New photos from Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.

Skyline directors Colin Strause and Greg Strause talked to MovieWeb about their new project, War of the Ages, which Skyline co-writer Liam O’Donnell is writing: “War of the Ages is going to be the next news item. Basically, an ancient artifact is uncovered, time is shattered and the seven greatest war leaders in history have to battle each other out. It’s sort of like The Lord of the Rings meets Gladiator. You have Napoleon vs. Julius Caesar vs. Attila the Hun vs. Genghis Khan vs. Alexander vs. Hannibal. So, there you go. It’s going to be in 3D and it’s a big sword-and-sandal epic.”

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ScriptShadow reviews the screenplay for Point A, a romantic dramedy about a “frustrated 35 year old magazine columnist forms a friendship with a 16 year old female blogger while researching her for an article.”:

But I think what really separates Point A from similar scripts is the impressive balancing act it pulls off. There are a lot of things that need to go right for this kind of story to work. Josh can’t look like a predator. Josh’s dismissal of his fiance can’t be too cruel. Josh’s issues must feel real and relatable. The girl has to be pursuing the guy, not the other way around. You have to build up the relationship long enough before anything happens. It’s a thin tightrope you’re walking and I’ve watched many a writer fall off. But Rubeo clearly thought all this stuff through and somehow, someway, keeps it classy. And that’s the cool thing about Point A. While you never forget that it’s a script about a 35 year old man in a relationship with a 16 year old girl, it does reach a point where you’re more focused on the two individuals as opposed to their ages. And, in the end, there’s only one question that matters in a relationship movie. Do you want to see if they end up together or not? And I did. I wanted to see if Josh and Cloe could find a way to make this work.

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