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  1. Professor X and the Illuminati. Previz leaks: This was rumoured a while ago by a few insiders, and now a few concept images have leaked (from apparently reputable sources). Stewart allegedly decline the cameo, so it's likely MCavoy. A reliable leaker indicated that the Illuminati will be present in the movie, and that some will die in the battle against Wanda (who is the villain?).
  2. Might as well start it off with this thread ? what have you guys watched while the boards boards have been down? me: Rampage 2.5/5 Logan 5/5 Flower 3.5/5 Set It Up 4/5 (seriously, this was an actual good romcom)
  3. I eww'd at one scene in particular. You know the scene. All in all, I did think this felt more like M. Night. I read an interview where he says that he tried to do other things, and he's now OK with doing what he knows -- movie with a twist, usually horror elements -- and welcomes the expectation of going into an M. Night film for that. And I think embracing that allows him to get into doing what he knows. The movie slowly increases the weird factor, where it's reasonable that the main characters who see the weird things happening can rationally explain them, but around when you have a hard time explaining it, so do they. It actually was "funny" in a way seeing how their grandparents acted, but at some point, you're going to stop laughing about it. At least I think so. There's ONE exception near the end. I recommend watching it. It's a good 90 minutes that doesn't overstay its welcome.
  4. New boss in charge liked the Snyder Cut reception and looks like we might be just days away from an Ayer Cut official announcement for a HBO Max release this year. It can’t be any worse then what WB thought we deserved back then
  5. Looks a lot better than I thought it would. And you want to know the most bat-shit insane thing about this movie? Tom Cruise is actually piloting those planes, it's not CGI. Legally he can't fly in-service F-18s, so it sounds like they used civilian planes and mocked them up to appear like F-18s for the cockpit shots. https://ew.com/movies/2018/11/09/tom-cruise-top-gun-maverick-fly-jet/
  6. Not sure there are any of you who have a subscription to Shudder but we're about an hour into the weekly Last Drive-In w/ Joe Bob Briggs and they're showing C.H.U.D. (Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers) and I am fucking loving it! Pure nostalgia and awesomeness, definitely worth checking out! (This shit is trending all over Twitter ya'll!) *Updates thread whenever there's news*
  7. Even if you don’t recognize the name, you know who he is. The Right Stuff, Tremors, he was in so many good movies.
  8. A sequel to the 1984 classic This Is Spinal Tap is in the works, with director Rob Reiner returning alongside stars Michael McKean, Christopher Guest, and Harry Shearer. According to a report from Variety, the movie package will begin looking for distributors during the 2022 Cannes Film Festival and will target a March 19, 2024 release date in order to tie into the film’s 40th anniversary. The report also notes that the film will be in the style of Martin Scorcese’s The Last Waltz, a concert documentary that followed the farewell tour of the Canadian American rock group The Band. The report also goes on to mention that real-life musicians will be used in the This Is Spinal Tapsequel, although no official names have been mentioned as of yet. The original film — which debuted in March 1984 — was a mockumentary that chronicled the life and American tour of the fictional English heavy metal band Spinal Tap. In the film, Reiner portrayed documentarian Martin “Marty Di Bergi,” with McKean playing David St. Hubbins, the lead singer and rhythm guitarist of the band, Guest playing Nigel Tufnel, the lead guitarist, and Shearer portraying Derek Smalls, the bassist of the band. Filming of This Is Spinal Tap consisted of mostly improvised dialogue, with the team behind the film reportedly having dozens of hours of unreleased content. This Is Spinal Tap launched to nearly universal acclaim but didn’t make too much money at the box office. However, its home video release saw an even larger audience flock to it, and it quickly gained a large cult following, and would eventually be selected for preservation by the National Film Registry in 2002 after being deemed “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant” by the Library of Congress
  9. I know you don't care. https://deadline.com/2022/02/oscar-nominations-list-of-nominees-1234928251/ Full list (spoiler for formatting)
  10. Trailer: Greatest movie ever, casting so far: Paul - Timothee Chalamet Lady Jessica - Rebecca Ferguson Duke Leto - Oscar Isaac (in talks) Chani - Zendaya (in talks) Baron Harkonnen - Stellan Skarsgard Rabban - Dave Bautista Stilgar - Javier Bardem (in talks) Reverend Mother - Charlotte Rampling Gurney Halleck - Josh Brolin Duncan Idaho - Jason Momoa (in talks) Padishah Emperor Shaddam IV - ? Irulan - ? Feyd - ? Yueh - ?
  11. Ridley Scott Won’t Let Age Or Pandemic Slow A Storytelling Appetite That Brought ‘House of Gucci’ & ‘The Last Duel;’ Napoleon & More ‘Gladiator’ Up Next DEADLINE.COM Read an exclusive Q&A with Ridley Scott about 'House of Gucci,' 'The Last Duel,' his Napoleon epic, 'Gladiator' sequel and more. Really, the interview is about the movie he's making right now but there are some fun quotes that are sure to make many froth at the mouth. I couldn't find the original thread where people were cheering or hating Scorcese for making similar comments or I would've just included this there. I'd certainly agree with that for most of the Marvel or DC offerings from the past ten years.
  12. James Cameron’s ‘Avatar 2’ Debuts Visually Dazzling Footage at CinemaCon, Gets Official Title VARIETY.COM Cinemacon attended were treated to the first look at James Cameron's long-awaited 'Avatar 2.' Avatar 2 Is Officially Titled Avatar: The Way of Water, Remastered Avatar 1 Hits Theaters in September - IGN WWW.IGN.COM At CinemaCon 2022, Avatar 2's official title was revealed to be Avatar: The Way of Water. Furthermore, it was announced that a remastered version of the original...
  13. Exclusive: WB Considering Replacing Ezra Miller As The Flash With Dylan O'Brien WWW.SCREENGEEK.NET It appears that W is considering their options for replacing actor Ezra Miller as the DCEU's The Flash - and one of them is Dylan O'Brien. Not a surprise if true, considering Miller's issues. But it's Screengeek, so who knows.
  14. I love Samburg and Mulaney but the voices are throwing me off for the characters. Still it is new RR and looks like it has a bit of an adult take, which could be great for the older audience that grew up on this stuff. Love the badmouthing at the end on CGI. Plus we saw the return of Roger Rabbit too
  15. Exclusive: Jason Statham Has Joined Marvel WWW.GIANTFREAKINROBOT.COM Our trusted and proven sources have leaked that action star and actual Cockney-accent-haver Jason Statham is joining Marvel
  16. In the film, “As the human species adapts to a synthetic environment, the body undergoes new transformations and mutations. With his partner Caprice (Léa Seydoux), Saul Tenser (Viggo Mortensen), celebrity performance artist, publicly showcases the metamorphosis of his organs in avant-garde performances. “Timlin (Kristen Stewart), an investigator from the National Organ Registry, obsessively tracks their movements, which is when a mysterious group is revealed… Their mission – to use Saul’s notoriety to shed light on the next phase of human evolution.” This is Cronenberg so come for the body horror
  17. I've been wanting to expand my 4K collection in 2022 & double down on the medium while it's still somewhat viable. We are seeing dwindling floor space for such items in our Best Buys, Targets, Wal-Marts, etc. and have had to peruse the niche market for specialty sellers like Arrow, Kino Lorber, Scream/Shout Factory, etc. That all being said, for those that are interested in discussing new/upcoming releases, sharing wishlists, their personal pick-ups, whatever the case may be, then please come here & do so. It doesn't even have to necessarily be film, but television, music, comics, whatever it is that you can feel in your hands then let's talk about it.
  18. Spider-Man: No Way Home Director Jon Watts Will No Longer Direct MCU's Fantastic Four - IGN WWW.IGN.COM Spider-Man: No Way Home director Jon Watts will no longer direct the MCU's Fantastic Four film, as he "needs a break from the superhero realm." I had no idea he was attached to direct in the first place.
  19. The thread title says it all. After directing films 3, 4, 5, 6, and 9; Justin Lin has now stepped down in the midst of production on Fast 10 over the typical "creative differences": Fast X Director Justin Lin Steps Down - IGN WWW.IGN.COM Fast and Furious director Justin Lin steps down from Fast X as Universal begins looking for a replacement director. Personally, I still watch all the films but they sort of peaked with 5 and 6 for me. I remember 7 (James Wan) and 8 (F. Gary Gray) to a degree, but the series has become too overblown (Hobbs & Shaw (David Leitch) was fun but very stupid and silly), even though that's also part of the appeal. I do think it's time to end the franchise, it's a shame Justin Lin won't see it off. They let him make Fast 9 just fine it seems (I still haven't seen that one yet) so not sure what happened here, production had already begun. Also note that Chris Morgan, the sole screenwriter of the Fast & Furious franchise since Tokyo Drift (he came along with Justin Lin), has solely written 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and Hobbs & Shaw. He's also been kicked off the franchise, as he did not write Fast 9 (Justin Lin and co-writer Daniel Casey wrote that one) and he is also not a part of Fast 10 or Fast 11. So both Chris Morgan and Justin Lin, the duo who revived the franchise with Fast Five and have been doing them together since number 3, Tokyo Drift, are both gone at this point to not be there to close things out. Edit: some outlets are reporting this is meant to be a trilogy ending on Fast 12, but I've personally only kept hearing about a two movie finale, so just putting that out there.
  20. Warner Bros. Discovery Exploring Overhaul of DC Entertainment (EXCLUSIVE) VARIETY.COM Warner Bros. Discovery is eyeing a DC Entertainment overhaul, sources tell Variety.
  21. https://variety.com/2020/film/news/christopher-nolan-tenet-movie-theaters-reopening-july-coronavirus-1234599723/ What an absolute moron. He thinks it will revive theatres. There's already been a few articles about how he has been the one preventing it from being delayed.
  22. I believe this is the same IMAX preview that was exclusive with the Fast 9 IMAX theatrical run. I really liked this preview and hope they keep the same tone/creepiness to the new unknown world.
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