Movies & Television These Days. Ep: 14 'TLN Movie'
Congratulations, Marvel and Disney: you now have a fully-fledged superhero competitor. Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tuijihara announced the studio’s plans for its DC Entertainment properties this morning, naming ten DC movies between 2016 and 2020, in addition to three Harry Potter spin-offs and three Lego movies.
In August, Warners announced dates for nine untitled DC releases for those years at the same time as it moved Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice from May 2016 to March that year in order to avoid a showdown with Marvel’s Captain America 3. Some of the projects had been rumored and quasi-announced (Dwayne Johnson confirmed the existence of a Shazam project when he announced that he would be playing Black Adam last month, for example), but today’s announcement is the first time all 10 movies have been named.
Those 10 DC movies named are:
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice ...
With most of the news coming out concerning 'Batman vs. Superman' film is circling around either Batman or Superman, it’s kind of comforting that we get to know at least a little something about Wonder Woman.
I mean, if any forgot that Wonder Woman was in the film it would be really understandable. With that said, I think what was just released about Wonder Woman will somewhat curve the anger or should cure Wonder Woman fans anger a little.
The news pertaining to Wonder Woman is here back story and the back story is one hell of an eye grabber. According to producer Charles Roven, who we heard from today concerning Ben Affleck’s casting, Wonder Woman is “a demigod…her father was Zeus.”
I knew Wonder Woman’s back story was a confusing one, but that doesn’t really clear it up all that much. Although this does ...read more
'TMNT' has been a major hit in the box office lately. However, it still may have seemed a little premature to announce a sequel to TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES after one weekend, but the flick went on to gross over $350 million worldwide. Not exactly Marvel numbers, but enough to fast track a sequel our way in less than two years.
Jonathan Liebesman returning as director is not quite a done deal at this point, but he has expressed interesting into taking the turtles into Dimension X, which would undoubtedly pave the way for the villain Krang. Bebop and Rocksteady have also been in discussions about what villains may show up in the future and what we have here is some concept art that may or may not feature heavily in the sequel.
While I suppose it can be pretty hard to muck up Bebop and Rocksteady, these concept art ...read more
Before, I start this review; I want to say that Universal has fixed its mistake with trying to revamp their monster series with 'I Frankenstein' with 'Dracula Untold.'
'Dracula Untold' started off very subtle and cool with a story on how Dracula came to be called the Vlad the Impaler, which as it is told in this film, Vlad had fought with the Turkish Empire as a boy after his father gave him to prove his loyalty. However, for his service to in battle and ability to instill fear within the ones he impaled, the Turkish allowed Vlad to return to Transylvania with truce that the Vlad may call when the Turkish needs him.
From that point on, the story jumped right into action with the story of vampires, lore and pending war between Transylvania and the Turkish Empire. The beginning of the story also revealed the reason behind Vlad ...read more
Thanks to two highly successful films and commercial success of both films, fans and the studios have been anticipating what first-time director Robert Orci has in store for the upcoming 'Star Trek 3' film.
The film may have been somewhat divisive due to their embracing of 'Star Wars'-esque sci-fi action elements and reliance on classic franchise imagery, but there's no denying that they brought the brand back to the spotlight for a new audience.
Even though J.J. Abrams won’t be calling the shots this time around (he is producing, though), the production team is still utilizing his infamous “mystery box” filmmaking style, as so far there’s very little concrete information about the project. Orci himself has teased that he’s opting for something a little more original this time around, with the Enterprise‘s iconic five-year mission being used as the launching point, but that ...read more
Many updates pertaining to James Bond 24th outing has been revealed. The official shooting time for Bond 24 was recently revealed to be set for December. It was also revealed that '12 Years A Slave' actor Chiwetel Ejifor was in talks to play the main villain of the film.
Now, its revealed that a former Wrestler and now turned actor might psychically opposing henchman.
In August we learned the exciting news that the 24th James Bond film will feature a physically unique and intimidating villainous henchman for star Daniel Craig to battle onscreen. Comparisons were made to classic Bond characters Oddjob and Jaws and so the other week we began putting together a list of actors who fit the bill. As it turns out, one of those names may have already gotten the job.
The casting call description, as revealed by MI6 HQ, sought large, physically fit actors. Specifically, they ...read more
Marvel and Netflix have brought the cast of the new 'Daredevil' series to the NY Comic Con. Along with the debut of some Comic-Con only footage, they decided to serve up the first official look of Charlie Cox as the "Man without Fear", Daredevil.
The picture above shows Cox in Mardock mode, while the other shows the very first or the first generation Daredevil costume. While we can't show the footage just yet there's a lot of tidbits to be revealed still.
One tidbit is the identity of the character played by Rosario Dawon, as well as the casting choices for a whole host of additional Daredevil players. Get the first look at Daredevil below, along with a lot more info.
Here’s the “in-costume” shot, which represents a very early incarnation of the hero. We’ll see him in a more developed red suit later in the ...read more
James Earl Jones is a name known throughout the entertainment industry for many things. The very distinguished actor is the man who also gave George Lucas' character Darth Vader a memorable voice.
Now, it seems like Jones just might be returning to voice the Darth Lord yet again. It is said that James Earl Jones is coming back to lend his unmistakable voice to one of fiction’s greatest villains, Darth Vader. But there’s one thing you should know before you drop everything to go camp out for Star Wars: Episode VII tickets already.
That one thing is that Jones won’t be voicing Vader in Episode VII or, presumably, any of the new Star Wars trilogy. Darth Vader will be appearing in the ABC rebroadcast of Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion, a TV movie that will air on October 26.
Aww… sad face. But not too sad ...read more
Already TV networks like FOX have ordered a second season of their new Batman derived series 'Gotham' and The CW already has a hit series like 'Arrow.'
However, a new character from the DC Universe has made an appearance on The CW and that new character is none other than The Flash. The series premiere came out high Tuesday (October 7) with a 4.7+ million views.
Now, It seems that with the success of 'The Flash' and 'Arrow', The CW wants to bring another DC character to the TV screen.
Mark Pedowitz recently explained that discussions were ongoing, but that nothing has been solidified, yet. Or, at least, he’s staying mum about who the superhero character can be. Here’s the official quote.
“There are discussions going on, but I can’t tell you what they are.”
The quote was buried into an Arrow article over at Buzzfeed ...read more
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