Leonardo DiCaprio looks a little lost in the latest stills from Birdman director Iñárritu’s newest project The Revenant.
The Cabin in the Woods screenwriter has plans for a standalone Sinister Six movie that could co-exist with Spiderman‘s Marvel mission.
X-Men Apocalypse director Singer will be taking a break from mutants and setting sail for more treacherous waters.
Sources are saying that the gargantuan grudge match will serve as a crescendo to both franchises.
Ok guys, it looks like it might actually be happening.
Since the mysterious move of Legendary’s Skull Island from Universal to Warner Bros, there was heated talk about plans to align the Godzilla and King Kong franchises. But that’s just silly right? Wrong! Unless it all falls through, then you’re right. Continue reading “King Kong v Godzilla” Will End Monster Trilogy
The Rise of the Planet of the Apes director bids adieu to the upcoming X-Men sideshow citing scheduling issues.
The problem with Star Wars and Marvel? They make multi project universes look simple to maintain. But that’s the only problem, I promise. For most studios, it’s not so straightforward. There’s been a lot of talk recently that Channing Tatum had plans to leave Gambit, the new spin off from Fox’s X-Men Universe. While there’s been no confirmation of Tatum’s move as yet, the project has a slightly different problem: turns out their director is leaving. Continue reading “Gambit” Loses Director Rupert Wyatt
Everyone’s favourite nanny (probably) is set to return and reunite with the Banks family in a new Poppins feature.
It’s been clear for a while that Disney is taking a break from animation to expand its love action catalogue. How are they expanding it? By rebooting their animated classics of course. Cinderella has already made mild but consistent waves, while Tim Burton lumbers up for his take on the story of Dumbo. The Disney Expo also saw a sneak peak of the upcoming Pete’s Dragon remake. So what’s left? How about Mary Poppins?
Legendary moves it’s monster properties to the same studio. Are we about to see the conception of a King Kong v Godzilla remake?
Continue reading Warner Bros. To Make “King Kong v Godzilla”?
Batman v Superman director Snyder weighs in on Spielberg’s criticism of the superhero genre’s future…and not on the side you might think.
The superhero movie has evolved from sporadic stabs in the dark to a staple money making genre in Hollywood. The question is, will it keep evolving? Continue reading Snyder Says Spielberg “Might Not be Wrong” About Superhero Movies
And the awesome festival trailers just keep on coming with James White!
If the name James White sounds familiar, it’s been a huge talking point of Sundance this year. Either that or you have a friend named James White, which is also very reasonable. Continue reading Sundance Stunner “James White” Trailer