Posted on Thursday, September 20th, 2018 by Ben Pearson
Chris Hemsworth has taken to Twitter to reveal the first behind-the-scenes photo from the newest Men in Black movie, which reunites the Thor actor with his Ragnarok co-star Tessa Thompson.
Meanwhile, Ryan Reynolds‘ Twitter account is a treasure trove of jokes, sarcasm, and sexual innuendo. (He truly was the perfect choice to play Deadpool.) But yesterday, Reynolds, who’s currently starring in a new Netflix movie called 6 Underground, swapped the innuendo for action when he tweeted a set video in which he jokes around while a Michael Bay-directed car crash unfolds just a few feet behind him. Check out the video below. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, September 5th, 2018 by Ben Pearson
Update: Writer Rhett Reese has shot down this rumor on Twitter. Our original article continues with an update at the bottom of the post.
Director Michael Bay has spent more than a decade working on Transformers movies with only a few scattered non-Transformers projects in between. But now a new rumor says Bay is working on a live-action adaptation of a different 1980s cartoon.
IGN claims Bay is at the helm of a secret Thundercats movie for Netflix with Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds in a lead role – and the film is in production right now. Read more about today’s wackiest film-related rumor below.
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After spending $90 million on David Ayer’s gritty fantasy film Bright, Netflix is upping the ante with Six Underground. Earlier this week, we wrote about how director Michael Bay and star Ryan Reynolds were teaming up with the streaming service for a new action thriller, and now a report says the film’s budget will make it Netflix’s most expensive movie yet.
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“I think I’ve had a good run, and I’ve got a lot of other movies I want to do.” That was director Michael Bay‘s response when asked if he would be returning to the Transformers franchise after directing last year’s Transformers: The Last Knight. Now we’re finding out what some of those other projects are: the bombastic director has signed on for two new big budget projects – including taking the reins on Robopocalypse, a film adaptation which was originally going to be directed by Steven Spielberg. Read More »