Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen’s lovely Image series Descender was picked up by Sony for adaptation into a feature film last year before the first issue even hit the stands. It was even the subject of a big bidding war between studios, with the “House of Spidey” winning out. Just a little over 12 months later (by […]
Over the next eight weeks, you can expect a cavalcade of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice promos and interviews and articles and whatever else the internet is able to throw at you. I’ll surely ignore most of it after this point, as I think often movie marketing hits the point of negative returns after […]
In casting news at THR that will likely lead to actor Benedict Wong having the easiest on-set direction days of any performer in one of these Marvel productions; The Martian star has been cast as Stephen Strange’s faithful sidekick Wong. Wong, the actor, not the character, has also been seen in films like Sunshine, where he […]
Geek.com has an exclusive rumor: Sources close to both Geek.com and production on the film have told us that a fan favorite from the comic books will be making an appearance in the upcoming film: Ego, the Living Planet, is set to appear in Guardians of the Galaxy 2. I’m not surprised. Why? Because I […]
Yesterday it was announced that the next, as yet unnamed Star Wars movie, Episode VIII, will be pushed back from Summer 2017 to Christmas 2017. This set off a rescheduling frenzy among studios with Spider-Man, Terminator, Pirates of the Caribbean and Jumanji all getting moved around. I wasn’t a bit surprised at the move: 18 […]
Ahead of tonight’s Dawn of the Justice league special, WB/DC has released a promo piece with the WHOLE Justice League together (minus Green Lantern). They also released Wonder Woman’s logo. Wow that movie comes out NEXT YEAR! The hoopla is to celebrate tonight’s paid political announcement special. Fire up the DVR. “DC FILMS PRESENTS: DAWN […]
Mad Max, Star Wars, The Revenant – 2015 was the year filmmakers, even working with the largest of budgets, harnessed the use of on-location shoots and practical effects to convey big stories. To kick off 2016, the stop motion animated Anomalisa moves to even humbler ground, painstakingly capturing the movements of miniature, life-like puppets to tell a story much smaller and more personal in scale.