If you were a fan of the first Wonder Woman then you’ll unfortunately have to wait a little longer before you can see the sequel to the hit 2017 super hero film.
Wonder Woman 1984 will now open June 5th of 2020, putting the film in the same general area that the first movie opened in to great success. The movie was first set to open next year, November 1st 2019. However, Wonder Woman herself, Gal Gadot, tweeted the news on Monday of the change.
Warner Bro.’s president of domestic distribution, Jeff Goldstein, said in a statement moments after the tweet went out:
“We had tremendous success releasing the first Wonder Woman film during the summer, so when we saw an opportunity to take advantage of the changing competitive landscape, we did. This move lands the film exactly where it belongs.”
Wonder Woman 1984 reunites Gadot with previous Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins, and co-star Chris Pine, with Pedro Pascal and Kristen Wiig joining the franchise. The 2017 film broke many records grossing more than $412 million in North America and $821.8 million globally.
Lately, there has been pretty much nothing but setbacks in regards to the DC superhero universe. And while a movie moving back its release date is normally a sign of trouble, this seems genuine. The film did so well in the same spot in 2017 that it only makes sense to release the sequel in the same area. Don’t fix what isn’t broken.
What do you think of this move? Is it a sign of weakness, or a sign of confidence? Leave a comment below and let’s make a discussion out of it.
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This week marks the launch of the new Halloween movie that is produced by the powerhouse production company, Blumhouse Productions. For the Blumhouse production owner, Jason Blum, this should be a week of celebration, however, it turned out to be a week of foot-in-mouth and back peddling.
During an interview with Polygon that was published early this week where Blum was supposed to be promoting the release of the new film a question was posed asking why the production company has yet to hire any female directors for their staple horror films. This is what Jason Blum ha to say:
There are not a lot of female directos period, and even less who are inclined to do horror. I’m a massive admirer of [The Bobadook director] Jennifer Kent. I’ve offered her every movie we’ve had available. She’s turned me down every time.
Soon after the publication of this article the entire industry came down on the producer, offering up many female directos that are more than willing to direct one of his horror movies.
However, Jason Blum took to his twitter account to follow up on his “…dumb comments in that interview,” admitting that he made “a stupid mistake.” Continue reading “Jason Blum Doesn’t Think There Are Any Female Horror Directors”
Amidst the news of release date changeups of various Fox properties a huge curveball was thrown, and it has Deadpool’s face on it.
Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds took to his twitter on Friday and tweeted out the image below of Deadpool wearing a santa hat reading a story to The Princess Bride actor Fred Savage.
Shortly after the tweet was release Deadline reported that Fox is claiming that this unnamed Deadpool movie will be releasing this year on December 21st – the same date that Alita: Battle Angel used to hold.
It is unknown at this time what this Deadpool movie is going to be. Some are speculating that it will be a re-cut version of Deadpool 2 that released earlier this year, or a whole new Deadpool movie. According to a report by Collider, no matter what type of movie we get, the film will be rated PG-13. Something that will be a change for the character who has dominated with an R rating in the past.
What do you think of this new Deadpool movie? Is it being rated PG-13 going to change the entire character? Leave a comment below and lets make a discussion out of it.
The advertising campaign is in full swing for Paramount’s sixth installment in the Mission: Impossible franchise, and Tom Cruise is leading the charge.
In the last two days the leading actor has been using his social media accounts to announce to the world that a new Mission: Impossible movie is indeed upon us this year. With these posts to his Instagram and Twitter we now know that the title of the movie is Mission: Impossible – Fallout, that Cruise can actually jump tall buildings in a single bound, and that hanging on to the side of a flying helicopter is not a problem for the 55-year-old actor.
Check out the posts below!
“We’ve upped the ante for the sixth #MissionImpossible,” he captioned in his Instagram post. “I can’t wait for you guys to see more.”
And this morning in his tweet he says, “Get ready for the most thrilling mission yet…”.
And just like that, I, and everyone else, is looking forward to this movie coming out this summer. With this much content coming out at the moment, be on the lookout for a trailer very soon.
What do you think of these new photos? What do you think of the new movie title? Will you be seeing this movie in the theater? Leave a comment below. We can make a discussion out of it.
Something that has been driving people on the internet crazy for nearly a year now is not knowing when the release date is for Deadpool 2. We don’t even have a confirmed filming start date for the project, but that hasn’t stopped news and rumors from trickling in; quenching the thirst of anxious Deadpool fans awaiting any kind of update on the project.
Well now we have something! Zazie Beetz, known for her performance in the hit 2016 show Atlanta, has been announced to be playing Domino, a Mutant with the curious ability to manipulate her luck in any situation so that it works out in her favor. Her abilities paired with Ryan Rynolds’ Deadpool is sure to make for some great laughs.
This announcement was not given in the usual press conference or interview that most casting news seems to come from – but is it really a shock that a Deadpool project would be handled unconventionally? Continue reading “Finally, Some Casting News For ‘Deadpool 2’!”
Its here people – we are one year away from the release of the next film in the Transformers franchise, Transformers: The Last Knight, and Paramount Pictures is not about to let it slip our minds.
Will the new film be good? Who knows. Will it make a billion dollars? Most likely. Will Paramount give us an awesome advertising campaign that will make us forget about all the previous films? Well if the release of the first poster is any indication, the answer to that question is absolutely.
Paramount Pictures took to their Twitter feed yesterday to show us their very first banner for the new Transformers film, and it looks awesome!
Continue reading “‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ gets first banner poster”
According to the Hollywood Reporter, The Flash director Seth Grahame-Smith is leaving the scarlet-speedster project due to “creative differences.” Grahame-Smith, who was the screenwriter of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, was suppose to make his directorial debut with this movie. However, with his departure he will only be receiving a screenwriter credit, having already penned a draft of the movie.
The Flash has a release date of March 16, 2018 and will be staring Ezra Miller as “the fastest man alive.” So while it never sounds good to have a director leave a project they still have a lot of time to find a new director. Also, looking at the resume of Grahame-Smith I am not too broken up about his departure. I do not doubt that he can make good movies, but after the critical failure of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Warner Bros. can not afford another flop, so getting a more seasoned director for such a beloved property would be the better idea. However, this story seemed to have started up the rumor mill in other places.
Continue reading “‘The Flash’ & ‘Aquaman’ Directors Scramble!!”
“Worst. Heroes. Ever.” At least that what director, David Ayer, said when he took to his Twitter page today to give us a look at some new Suicide Squad posters as well as to announce the date of a new Trailer!
David Ayer’s post includes a picture of the new poster with skulls representing each member of the Suicide Squad. Along with Ayer’s announcement, actors Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn), Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (Killer Croc), Cara Delevingne (Enchantress), Adam Beach (Slipknot), and Karen Fukuhara (Katana) all tweeted out with the same written content as Ayer, “Worst. Heroes. Ever. #SuicideSquad trailer drops Tuesday night in the DC Films Special! 9:30/8:30c on The CW!” – only difference is that they had posters with their individual characters on them.
Continue reading “11 New Suicide Squad Posters AND Trailer Announcement”