Lawrence Kasdan, the write behind Raiders of the Lost Ark and Empire Strikes Back has signed on to adapt and direct the book November Road.
Paramount has released the first trailer for the upcoming Stephen King remake, Pet Sematary. Check it out below as well as more details on the upcoming horror flick.
You may have seen the trailer for the independent film Sorry To Bother You earlier this year. It stars Lakeith Stanfield who has been growing in popularity thanks to a small role in last year’s Get Out and the TV show Atlanta. The supporting cast features Tessa Thompson (Thor: Ragnarok), Arnie Hammer (Call Me By Your Name), Terry Crews (Brooklyn 99), Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead), Omari Hardwick (Power), Jermaine Fowler (Superior Donuts), and Danny Glover (Lethal Weapon), as well as the voice talents of David Cross (Arrested Development), Patton Oswalt (The Goldbergs), and Lily James (Baby Driver). That cast alone is incredibly inviting. The trailers sold the film as a story about a black man, Cassius Green, who takes a job at a telemarketing service. He uses his “white voice” to become a “power caller,” rising within the ranks of the company and discovering more than what he anticipated. But this film is so much more than that.
Yesterday the Internet went ablaze with word that Henry Cavill would no longer be playing Superman. THR reported that talks between Cavill and Warner Brothers over a Shazam cameo fell apart, leading to the actor leaving the role of Superman altogether. After that Deadline reported that WB is looking to take the Superman role in a new direction, with the hopes of casting Michael B. Jordan (Black Panther) as the Man of Steel. Then things got even more confusing…
The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that James Mangold, the director of the Logan, will be directing a new feature film focusing on the bounty hunter Boba Fett. The film will be co-written by Mangold and Star Wars: Rebels writer/producer Simon Kinberg.
Solo: A Star Wars Story is officially in theaters. After a long and difficult road to the big screen, many have wondered how the film would turn out. We’re going to dive into our thoughts on the film, and if the gamble by Lucasfilm paid off.
This weekend brings the release of the second “Star Wars Story” film, Solo. Part of Lucasfilm’s anthology films set within the Star Wars Universe, the film gives us a sort of origin story for Han Solo. Explaining how Han met Chewbacca and Lando, and how he started his path to become the greatest smuggler in the entire galaxy. But the path to make the film has been rather uneasy. Today we’re going to take a look at what all led to the film being released, the good, the bad, and the ugly.