It was revealed during the Warner Bros. SDCC 2015 panel that the Green Lantern reboot will be called Green Lantern Corps. Warner Bros. flashed a logo for the film on a jumbo wraparound screen in Hall H.Since then, we haven’t heard much.
But now, JoBlo has a little bit more early information. As you might expect from the title, Green Lantern Corps won’t just focus on one Green Lantern. Continue reading →
There have been a rumor that a third Gremlins film will be happening for years, and according to franchise star Zach Galligan, it’s going to happen! He also reveals that it won’t be a reboot or a remake, this film will be a direct sequel to the first two films. Continue reading →
On November 16, 20th Century Fox officially announced a title, release date and synopsis for the Prometheus sequel and first of the Alien prequels. The film, which is titled Alien: Covenant, is starting pre-production in Australia now for filming to begin at Sydney’s Fox Studios in March of 2016 for 16 weeks. Coming to theaters on October 6, 2017, Alien: Covenant was described by the studio as follows: Continue reading →
By now, you’ve probably already watched the new Captain America: Civil Warteaser trailer a few dozen times.
One thing we don’t get to see in the new Civil War trailer is any sign of the new Spider-Man, who returns to the screen under the Marvel Studios aegis with Peter Parker played by 19-year-old Tom Holland (The Impossible). Continue reading →
Women can finally be Ghostbusters, so why not alien-zappers?
It’s 2015, people! That means women can be Ghostbusters, superheroes, and major Star Wars heroines in movies. The next cinematic franchise to get a healthy shot of feminism, it seems, will be Men in Black as its producer promises to give audiences a “Woman in Black” in the fourth film. Continue reading →
Captain America: Civil War stars Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” and brought with them the Captain America: Civil War trailer that you can view below! Continue reading →
A few years ago, Tom Cruise was attached to produce and star in a Van Helsing reboot from Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci. That project ultimately ended up never happening, and while Kurtzman and Orci have since parted ways, Kurtzman is now one of the minds behind reimagining Universal’s monster movies into a new connected cinematic universe. First up on that slate is a reboot of The Mummy, which Kurtzman is going to direct himself, and now, according to Variety, Tom Cruise is in talks to play the lead role in that film. Continue reading →
Kevin Bacon has mentioned a few times recently that he’d be interested in reprising his role in Tremors in some capacity, and considering the relatively recent trend of turning movies into TV shows, it’s not too surprising to read EW’s report that says Bacon will be doing just that. Continue reading →
When Marvel and Netflix failed to announce, well, just about anything about Iron Fist, the fourth show in its lineup that began with Daredevil and leads up to the superhero team-up mini-series The Defenders, the internet began to wonder about the show’s prospects. Reports started showing up about how the company didn’t know what to do with the character, and then how they were reportedly going to turn Iron Fist into a movie and give Jon Bernthal’s Punisher his own spin-off show to take Iron Fist’s place on the roster. While we still aren’t 100% sure whether those were legitimate conversations happening within Marvel’s TV department, the company is now saying that the reason we haven’t Continue reading →
Matt Singer wrote an article all about the “Legacyquel” phenomenon where “beloved aging stars reprise classic roles and pass the torch to younger successors.” Recent examples include Creed, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and X-Men: Days of Future Past. One film that almost got added to that list is the now-defunct Aliens sequel where director Neill Blomkamp’s proposed follow-up would’ve had Sigourney Weaver returning co-star alongside a now-grown Newt, who would be the franchise’s new action hero. Continue reading →