Whedon is nearing a deal to write, direct, and produce an untitled Batgirl pic for Warner Bros. as part of its DC Extended Universe.
The Batgirl project will be the second movie from DC Films to star a female lead after Gal Gadot’s “Wonder Woman,” which opens June 2.
Whedon would be making a big move from the Marvel Cinematic Universe to its DC counterpart, having written and directed “The Avengers” and “Avengers: Age of Ultron” for Disney-Marvel. He also created the television series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Angel,” “Firefly,” “Dollhouse,” and “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”
I was watching "Alien: Covenant" the other day and could not help but notice the scene where David fixes his face with a stapler. So I'm still wondering if it's just a common thing in Sci-Fi movies and TV-shows that when androids need their faces fixed they use staplers or that's an Easter egg referencing TSCC s02e01? I do not think the movie creators independently invented this scene because the events in the movie take place in 22nd century and you can see a lot of advanced medical devices around. There is absolutely no need to use stapler in that movie. What do you think?
Cameron: My brother says if you want to be good at anything, you have to practice every day.
The first trailer has arrived for Marvel Studios' "Black Panther" film, which opens early next year.
"Black Panther" follows T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman) who, after the events of 'Captain America: Civil War, returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda to take his place as King.
The film's director Coogler and Joe Robert Cole co-wrote the screenplay and the movie opens February next year.
Awesome teaser! Can't wait for this flick! That's gonna be a smash it looks solid.
STX Entertainment have premiered the first trailer and poster for "The Mask of Zorro" and "Casino Royale" director Martin Campbell's new action thriller "The Foreigner" which opens October 13th.
David Marconi adapted the screenplay from Stephen Leather's novel "The Chinaman". Jackie Chan plays a restaurant owner in London's Chinatown who sets out to track down the rogue IRA radicals responsible for his beloved daughter's death.
He soon finds himself forced to push his moral and physical boundaries beyond limits to over come the mysterious foreign power (Pierce Brosnan standing between him and the truth. The tone of this revenge tail is said to be darker than we're use to seeing either of these actors in.
The project also marks a r-teaming of Brosnan and Campbell who previously worked together on Brosnan's iconic debut as James Bond in 1995 "Goldeneye".
Alice Braga ("Predators," "Elysium," "Queen of the South") has joined the cast of Josh Boone's "X-Men" horror thriller spinoff "New Mutants".
The story follows five diverse teens (Anya Taylor-Joy, Maisie Williams, Charlie Heaton, Henry Zaga and Blu Hunt) learning to cope with their superpowers who must escape a secret facility where they are being held against their will.
Braga will play Dr. Cecilia Reyes, a medical doctor who has the ability to generate a protective bio-field around herself but also has more going on than she lets on
Braga will take over the role initially inhabited by Rosario Dawson who has excited the project, the reason for her departure is unclear. Filming begins next month in Boston ahead of an April 13th 2018 release.
Early industry tracking figures have slated Christopher Nolan's WW2 evacuation film "Dunkirk" to open to around the $30-40 million mark at the U.S. domestic box-office.
Slated for a July 21st release opposite "Girls Trip" and "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets," the film is opening two weekends after "Spider-Man: Homecoming" which is expected to open to up to $100 million, and one weekend after "War for the Planet of the Apes" which is expected to debut at around $65 million.
A $40 million opening would be Nolan's lowest opening in wide release since "The Prestige" opened to $14.8 million in 2006. Nolan's other non-Batman original films since that time have included "Inception" which opened to $62.8 million, and "Interstellar" which opened to $47.5 million.
No reviews or post-screening social media reaction to "Dunkirk" have so far hit. The film will appear in 125 separate 70MM theaters, making it the widest release in the format in 25 years.
I think to have both movies on the same day, will probably no doubt have an effect on the box office results for one or possibly both of the films.