Beyond excited for Daredevil Season 3! Get your gear now and be ready for it’s arrival on Netflix Friday!!
It’s not like he was amazing, but a change up at this point would just be bad.
“The DC cinematic universe appears to be losing its Man of Steel.
Henry Cavill, who has played Superman in three films, is parting ways with Warner Bros., sources tell The Hollywood Reporter. Though neither side is confirming, the British actor, who first donned the blue suit for 2013’s Man of Steel, and then starred in 2016’s Batman v. Superman and last year’s Justice League, is said to be hanging up the red cape.
Warners had been trying to enlist Cavill, who most recently co-starred in Mission: Impossible — Fallout, for a Superman cameo in Shazam!, which stars Zachary Levi and will bow April 5. But contract talks between Cavill’s WME reps and Warners broke down, and the door is now closing on other potential Superman appearances.
That’s because the studio has shifted its focus to a Supergirl movie, which will be an origin story featuring a teen superheroine. This effectively removes an actor of Cavill’s age from the storyline’s equation given that Superman, aka Kal-El, would be an infant, according to DC lore.
Furthermore, Warners isn’t likely to make a solo Superman film for at least several years, according to another source. “Superman is like James Bond, and after a certain run you have to look at new actors,” says a studio source. As such, Cavill will join Ben Affleck, who isn’t expected to reprise his role for director Matt Reeves’ forthcoming Batman stand-alone film, as a hero on the way out.
A Warners source says the Shazam! deal fell apart because of scheduling conflicts. And that is backed up by the fact that Cavill recently signed on to star in the Netflix series The Witcher. However, another source says that the Witcher commitment came after the Warners impasse, suggesting a change in Warners’ strategy.
“There’s a recognition that some parts of the previous movies didn’t work,” says the studio insider. Another source says Warners is trying to hit a “reset” button with the DC universe, steering its ship slowly into another direction. ”
The Hollywood Reporter has the full scoop.
Hollywood Reporter has the full scoop:
“The production of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is being put on hold for the time being as Marvel and Disney regroup on the project, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.
Sources say that crewmembers, which is, at this stage, a small group that was prepping for preproduction, are being dismissed and are free to look for new work.
The Marvel project was originally to have been directed by James Gunn and was to have begun principal photography in the winter, either in January or February. The project was crewing up and was to have gone into full preproduction mode in the fall.
But Gunn was let go as the director in July when old tweets were resurfaced in response to his vocal political posts. While some held out hope that the director would be given a reprieve by Disney, a mid-August meeting with Disney chairman Alan Horn closed the door on that.
One person characterized the production hold as temporary and more of a “regrouping” as Marvel and Disney look for a filmmaker to take on the third installment of a franchise that has grossed over $1.6 billion and made stars out of Chris Pratt, Dave Bautista and Zoe Saldana.”
People are shocked The Meg took the top spot this weekend, but really I’m more shocked anybody went to see Slender Man after checking out any of the reviews (12% on Rotten Tomatoes).
1. The Meg $44.5 Total: $44.5
2. Mission: Impossible – Fallout $20.0 Total: $161.9
3. Disney’s Christopher Robin $12.4 Total: $50.0
4. Slender Man $11.3 Total: $11.3
5. BlacKkKlansman $10.7 Total: $10.7
6. The Spy Who Dumped Me $6.6 Total: $24.5
7. Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again $5.8 Total: $103.8
8. The Equalizer 2 $5.5 Total: $89.6
9. Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation $5.1 Total: $146.8
10. Ant-Man and the Wasp $4.0 Total: $203.5
Mission: Impossible – Fallout is just a solid all around great movie and totally deserves to be #1 again this week.
1. Mission: Impossible – Fallout $35.0 Total: $124.4
2. Disney’s Christopher Robin $25.0 Total: $25.0
3. The Spy Who Dumped Me $12.3 Total: $12.3
4. Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again $9.0 Total: $91.3
5. The Equalizer 2 $8.8 Total: $79.8
6. Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation $8.2 Total: $136.4
7. Ant-Man and the Wasp $6.1 Total: $195.4
8. The Darkest Minds $5.8 Total: $5.8
9. Incredibles 2 $5.0 Total: $583.1
10. Teen Titans Go! To The Movies $4.8 Total: $20.7
“Embark on an all-new DC/LEGO® adventure by becoming the best villain the universe has seen. Players will create and play as an all-new super-villain throughout the game, unleashing mischievous antics and wreaking havoc in an action-packed story!”
From the outer reaches of space to the small-town streets of suburbia, the hunt comes home in Shane Black’s explosive reinvention of the Predator series. Now, the universe’s most lethal hunters are stronger, smarter and deadlier than ever before, having genetically upgraded themselves with DNA from other species. When a young boy accidentally triggers their return to Earth, only a ragtag crew of ex-soldiers and a disgruntled science teacher can prevent the end of the human race.
Don’t click at work, it’s a Red Band trailer.
The Predator will arrive in theaters on September 14.
After Years of Waiting…
The Incredibles 2 is Almost Here!
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Hollywood Reporter has the scoop!
“The hunt is on.
James Mangold is writing and will direct a Star Wars stand-alone movie centered on Boba Fett, the feared bounty hunter and fan-favorite character, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.
The reveal comes as Disney and Disney-owned Lucasfilm prepare for the release of the latest Star Wars stand-alone film, Solo: A Star Wars Story. Solo, which opens Friday, is the second movie to be spun from the main Star Wars line — Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was the first — but it is the first to focus on a particular character.
Lucasfilm is developing movies on a slew of characters including Obi-Wan Kenobi, which has Stephen Daldry in negotiations to direct, although no writers are working on a script.
It was rumored that Simon Kinberg, the writer-producer behind the X-Men franchise and films such as The Martian, was working on a Boba Fett movie. While Lucasfilm and Disney won’t make any official confirmation, sources say that Mangold will co-write the script with Kinberg, who will also produce the Boba Fett project. Kinberg and Mangold are close, having worked on Logan, the X-Men spinoff that earned high praise last year. “
A Quiet Place wasn’t so quite as it roared to the top spot with a $50 million opening weekend. This puts it as this year’s second-best weekend after Black Panther.
1. A Quiet Place $50.0 Total: $50.0
2. Ready Player One $25.0 Total: $96.9
3. Blockers $21.4 Total: $21.4
4. Black Panther $8.4 Total: $665.3
5. I Can Only Imagine $8.3 Total: $69.0
6. Tyler Perry’s Acrimony $8.0 Total: $31.3
7. Chappaquiddick $6.2 Total: $6.2
8. Sherlock Gnomes $5.6 Total: $33.8
9. Pacific Rim Uprising $4.9 Total: $54.9
10. Isle Of Dogs $4.6 Total: $12.0
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle beat out all the new movies this weekend to take the top spot in the North American box office for the third straight weekend.
- Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle $20.0 Total: $316.9
- 12 Strong $16.5 Total: $16.5
- Den of Thieves $15.3 Total: $15.3
- The Post $12.1 Total: $45.1
- The Greatest Showman $11.0 Total: $113.4
- Paddington 2 $8.2 Total: $25.0
- The Commuter $6.6 Total: $25.7
- Star Wars: The Last Jedi $6.5 Total: $604.2
- Insidious: The Last Key $5.9 Total: $58.7
- Forever My Girl $4.7 Total: $4.7
1. Star Wars: The Last Jedi $220.0 Total: $220.0
2. Ferdinand $13.3 Total: $13.3
3. Coco $10.0 Total: $150.8
4. Wonder $5.4 Total: $109.2
5. Justice League $4.1 Total: $219.4
6. Daddy’s Home 2 $3.8 Total: $96.5
7. Thor: Ragnarok $2.9 Total: $306.3
8. The Disaster Artist $2.6 Total: $12.9
9. Murder on the Orient Express $2.4 Total: $97.2
10. Lady Bird $2.1 Total: $25.9
Something for everybody this past weekend! Coco was the fourth best Thanksgiving weekend ever, and it completely deserved it. Movie is a blast and cranked in an estimated $71.2 million over the five-day holiday weekend.
1. Coco $49.0 Total: $71.1
2. Justice League $40.7 Total: $171.5
3. Wonder $22.3 Total: $69.4
4. Thor: Ragnarok $16.7 Total: $277.4
5. Daddy’s Home 2 $13.2 Total: $72.6
6. Murder on the Orient Express $13.0 Total: $74.2
7. The Star $6.8 Total: $22.0
8. A Bad Moms Christmas $5.0 Total: $59.7
9. Roman J. Israel, Esq. $4.5 Total: $6.2
10. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri $4.4 Total: $7.6
Star Wars has always been known for putting the epic in space epic, and Star Wars: The Last Jedi will surely be no different. When coupled with the rumoured runtime, however, you’re looking at being just over two months away from feasting your eyes on the longest Star Wars movie ever. Perfection.
And a break down of the times
Star Wars: A New Hope – 121 mins
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back – 124 mins
Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi – 131 mins
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace – 133 mins
Star Wars: Attack of the Clones – 142 mins
Star Wars: The Revenge of the Sith – 140 mins
Star Wars: The Force Awakens – 135 minutes
Star Wars: Rogue One – 133 mins
Star Wars: The Last Jedi – 150 mins (unconfirmed)
So, not only would The Last Jedi be the longest Star Wars movie by a whole 8 minutes (though the interminable Attack of the Clones felt like 12 hours long, to be fair), it eclipses the original Star Wars movie by half an hour. At this rate, Star Wars 9 will be closing in on 3 hours.
Games Radar has the full story.
Spy comedy Kingsman: The Golden Circle (50% Rottentomatoes) beat It (85% Rottentomatoes) as the No. 1 film in North America.
1. Kingsman: The Golden Circle $39.0 Total: $39.0
2. It $30.0 Total: $266.3
3. The LEGO Ninjago Movie $21.2 Total: $21.2
4. American Assassin $6.2 Total: $26.1
5. Home Again $3.3 Total: $22.3
6. mother! $3.2 Total: $13.4
7. Friend Request $2.4 Total: $2.4
8. The Hitman’s Bodyguard $1.8 Total: $73.5
9. Stronger $1.7 Total: $1.7
10. Wind River $1.2 Total: $31.6
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It continues to rack up record ticket sales with an estimated $60 million in its second week! mother however… save your money and skip this one.
1. It $60.0 Total: $218.7
2. American Assassin $14.8 Total: $14.8
3. mother! $7.5 Total: $7.5
4. Home Again $5.3 Total: $17.1
5. The Hitman’s Bodyguard $3.5 Total: $70.3
6. Annabelle: Creation $2.6 Total: $99.9
7. Wind River $2.5 Total: $29.1
8. Leap! $2.1 Total: $18.6
9. Spider-Man: Homecoming $1.8 Total: $330.2
10. Dunkirk $1.3 Total: $185.1
ABC News has the full story.
John Boyega, who says his character Finn has a lot of scenes with Fisher’s General (formerly Princess) Leia, explains that the sendoff for the “Star Wars” icon will be “amazing.”
“We really enjoyed each other’s company,” Boyega told Travers of working with Fisher. “I was in Nigeria when we found out [about her death]. It was a strange, strange feeling. I felt like everyone in the cast went silent for a bit after that … [But] this movie, it sends her off in an amazing, amazing way.”
Fisher, 60, died last December after suffering cardiac arrest on a flight from London to Los Angeles.
So many good trailers coming out of SDCC, but the new Thor: Ragnarok SDCC is my favorite!
No surprises here, Cars 3 opens to the number one spot this past weekend. While not beating out Cars 1 & 2, $53 million is nothing to joke about this time of the year.
1. Cars 3 $53.5 Total: $53.5
2. Wonder Woman $40.7 Total: $274.6
3. All Eyez on Me $27.0 Total: $27.0
4. The Mummy $13.9 Total: $56.5
5. 47 Meters Down $11.5 Total: $11.5
6. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales $8.4 Total: $150.0
7. Rough Night $8.0 Total: $8.0
8. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie $7.3 Total: $57.9
9. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 $4.9 Total: $374.8
10. It Comes At Night $2.6 Total: $11.1
When you heard about the release of the new Power Rangers movie, you probably thought, “I don’t care if it is good or not. I am going to see this!” Maybe you go all the way back to the original television show and the original cast. Power Rangers is sure to be one of the most nostalgic films to hit the big screen in 2017. When it premieres in theaters, will you be ready? Continue reading It’s Morphin’ Time: Essential Gear for New Power Rangers Movie
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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 destroyed everything with an estimated $145 million!
1. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 $145.0 Total: $145.0
2. The Fate of the Furious $8.5 Total: $207.1
3. The Boss Baby $6.1 Total: $156.7
4. How to be a Latin Lover $5.2 Total: $20.6
5. Beauty and the Beast $4.9 Total: $487.5
6. The Circle $4.0 Total: $15.7
7. Baahubali 2: The Conclusion $3.2 Total: $16.1
8. Gifted $2.0 Total: $19.2
9. Going in Style $1.9 Total: $40.6
10. Smurfs: The Lost Village $1.8 Total: $40.5
Thirty years after the events of the first film, a new blade runner, LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling), unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what’s left of society into chaos. K’s discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former LAPD blade runner who has been missing for 30 years.
From executive producer Ridley Scott and director Denis Villeneuve, stars Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Ana De Armas, MacKenzie Davis, Sylvia Hoeks, Lennie James, Carla Juri, Robin Wright, Dave Bautista and Jared Leto.
“Thor must face the Hulk in a gladiator match and save his people from the ruthless Hela.”