Studios have a few avenues to go when it comes to promoting their movies. There’s the standard billboard and TV commercial combo, there’s hyping trailer releases, there’s hyping the teaser to the trailer release that hypes the trailer release, there’s abstract viral marketing, and then there’s creating extremely rare astronomical phenomena. Which is exactly what Kingsman: The Golden Circle is going to do.
Seth Rogen is getting back into the teen comedy business — sorry, tween comedy business this time — with Good Boys, a somehow R-rated movie about a bunch of 12-year-old lads juggling their own coming of age with a journey to replace a drone toy before their parents find out they broke it.
Sony is filling out its release calendar for the next two years, and today they’ve found slots for two of their most exciting projects. Black and Silver, the Spider-Man spinoff featuring characters Black Cat and SIlver Sable, is hitting theaters at the beginning of 2019, and Sicario sequel Soldado, which will see the return of Benicio Del Toro’s scary drug kingpin hunter, has been set for summer of next year.
Chaos Walking, adapted from the young adult sci-fi series by Patrick Ness, is racking up a fascinating cast. Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley will be playing the two leads, Mads Mikkelsen has been cast as the villainous Mayor Prentiss, and today brings the news that none other than Nick Jonas, yes, that Nick Jonas, will be playing the role of the Mayor’s jealous son Davy.
Okay, yes, it’s disappointing that Mike Mignola and co. opted to find someone other than Guillermo del Toro and Ron Perlman to make a Hellboy movie, but Neil Marshall’s reboot continues to sound really, really exciting. We recently learned that the subtitle of the movie, which will star David Harbour as the titular son of the Fallen One, will be “Rise of the Blood Queen,” which, if you’s familiar, recalls one very cool comic arc with one very scary villain. Some more good news: Milla Jovovich has just been cast as the so-called Blood Queen, also known as the all-powerful witch Nimue.
The goal with any society is to get better at stuff, to learn from mistakes and evolve, gradually, over time, to become the best version of itself. But for all the woke baes and social justice awareness out there, it looks like movies still have a long way to go. A new study has found that white men still get the most dialogue in today’s cinema, and women and minorities are still often relegated to stereotypical, nonessential roles.
Frozen is heading to Broadway, which comes as absolutely no surprise whatsoever. The Disney film remains one of the company’s biggest releases ever, every kid knows at least the chorus of “Let It Go” by now, and I was just in Target today and they’re still selling Anna and Elsa sippy cups. The musical is imminent, and as such it just debuted the official poster.
Spider-Man: Homecoming is an unconventional Spider-Man movie in a lot of ways. For one thing, it’s not really an origin story, inasmuch as the spider bite incident has already happened and Peter Parker is well on his way to getting used to his new superpowers. There’s also another iconic Spidey moment cut from the movie: the death of Peter’s Uncle Ben. He’s not in the movie at all — well, almost not at all. Screenwriters Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley say they did put in a subtle Uncle Ben nod.
Something fishy is going on with the two Stephen King movies coming out this year. At least, their runtimes aren’t exactly what you’d expect. It was recently revealed that The Dark Tower clocks in at a lean 95 minutes long, and now we’re hearing that Andres Muschietti’s It is considerably longer than two hours: approximately 135 minutes.
The next of James Cameron’s Avatar sequels are officially off and rolling, with visual effects production in full swing today at the Oscar-winning Weta Digital in New Zealand. Cameron changed the game for movies that heavily feature visual effects and performance capture, paving the way for films like Luc Besson’s Valerian and the new Planet of the Apes trilogy. Funny enough, Weta is getting an assist this time around from motion capture tech used in War for the Planet of the Apes.
It looks like Ant Man and the Wasp will be getting the whole Ant Man family back together again, as pretty much everyone from the original cast is confirmed to return for the sequel. Today brings the good news that the hilarious Judy Greer, who played Ant Man a.k.a. Scott Lang’s ex-wife, will be back for the second go-round.
It’s common knowledge by now that Christopher Nolan is not like other guys. He doesn‘t have an e-mail address or carry a cell phone (he doesn’t let anyone on set bring their phones with them either), which is probably why he often works with the same group of actors — because they’re the only ones who have the homing pigeons that know the way back to Nolan’s fortress. A couple new Nolan quirks recently came to light after the release of Dunkirk, and boy, do they make being on this guy’s set sound like a whole lot of fun.
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