Top Movie News for November 24, 2017

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Justice League Concept Art Reveals Unused Batcycle Justice League’s production designer Patrick Tatopoulos has just released a sketch for an unused Batcycle design. Justice League has been something of a troubled production for Warner Bros. The movie was tweaked during filming after the mixed response to Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice, after numerous complaints that the movie was too dark and gloomy.

Chewbacca Abuses a Porg in New ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Teaser (Video) Somebody might want to call the ASPCA: The new teaser for next month’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” reveals some definite Wookiee-on-porg violence. Porgs are wide-eyed seabirds from Ahch-To, the planet where Luke Skywalker has been living in exile. And one of them is swatted down by Chewbacca while freaking out aboard the Millennium Falcon in the new teaser, which also shows Luke himself (Mark Hamill) returning to the jalopy of a spaceship. Also Read: 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' on Track for Cosmic $200 Million-Plus Opening Weekend “So good to have you back,&

‘Captain Marvel’ Casts Jude Law as the Original Captain Marvel Jude Law is joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The actor will star opposite Brie Larson in the upcoming Captain Marvel. Details on Law’s role are slim, but reports say he’ll be playing Mar-Vell, the original Captain Marvel and a mentor to Larson’s Carol Danvers. Here’s everything we know about the Jude Law Captain Marvel casting The Marvel Cinematic Universe has done a very good job casting their movies, frequently hiring exciting, talented actors to take part in their seemingly never-ending quest for superhero movie dominance.

Mark Hamill Celebrates Thanksgiving With Carrie Fisher Tribute Mark Hamill is getting into the holiday spirit by posting Star Wars-themed Thanksgiving tweets.

Mondo Black Friday Sale Includes Thor: Ragnarok And More Mondo is having a Black Friday sale with exclusive posters, art books, figures, and pins. The Sale begins on their site at 12 Central. Let’s take a look at what is being offered: Thor: Ragnarok by Matt Taylor The first one with the green tint is limited to 425 and costs $60. The orange version is limited to 225 and will run you $80. Taylor’s work is stellar, so expect this one to go quick. Ex Machina (mirror variant) by Rory Kurtz This one is screen-printed on metallic paper and limited to only 175.

We Almost Had Cheech and Chong vs Jason in a ‘Friday the 13th’ Sequel Forget about Freddy vs. Jason – how about Cheech and Chong vs. Jason instead? In a new interview, Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives director Tom McLoughlin revealed that he pitched a Friday the 13th sequel that would have seen the stoner comedy duo coming up against everyone’s favorite hockey mask wearing murderer.

Is Pixar’s Coco Ripping Off The Book Of Life? Coco and The Book of Life both take place on Día de los Muertos, but they’re very different movies. There’s a phenomenon in Hollywood where two extremely similar movies are released in the same year, or otherwise relatively close together, by separate studios seeming without knowledge of each other – these are called twin films.

By Kieran Fisher Vengeance has a name. Frank Castle and his crime-fighting alter-ego The Punisher entered the pop culture lexicon in 1974, debuting in “The Amazing Spider-Man #129″ as an opponent for the titular web-slinging superhero.

Joss Whedon Is Still Directing Batgirl, But That Could Change Despite a report to the contrary from earlier today, Joss Whedon still remains attached to direct Batgirl, for now anyway.

X-Men Spinoff Gambit Sets Filming Start & End Dates New X-Men spinoff Gambit is reportedly set on a concrete shooting schedule that will begin early next year. Marvel and Twentieth Century Fox have a big slate of movies related to the X-Men universe (but not necessarily interconnected) due out in the next two years, including the highly anticipated Deadpool 2, as well as X-Men: Dark Phoenix and The New Mutants.

Why ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Failed at the Box Office, According to Director Denis Villeneuve Blade Runner 2049 was a truly audacious blockbuster movie, tackling themes of humanity, free will, and fate — all wrapped in a haunting dystopian noir mystery that both aped and improved upon the iconic visuals of Ridley Scott’s 1982 Blade Runner. But much like the original Blade Runner, the sequel underwhelmed at the box office, opening to a tepid $32 million domestically and going on to rake in $252 million worldwide, barely breaking even on its towering $155 million budget.

Uma Thurman Invokes The Bride For Harvey Weinstein: ‘You Don’t Deserve A Bullet’ Uma Thurman recently reminded us what a badass she truly is when she was asked about Harvey Weinstein and the rampant sexual assault allegations in the entertainment industry and beyond over the last few months. Thurman responded with a chillingly, devastatingly measured anger that conceivably could have melted the skin off Weinstein’s body if he’d been standing near her in that moment. “I’ve been waiting to feel less angry,” she said at the time.

James Franco Remade 25 Minutes of The Room James Franco has revealed he remade up to 25 minutes of The Room for his upcoming movie The Disaster Artist. The film is a look at the making of The Room, which is considered one of the most entertainingly bad films ever made. Franco himself plays Tommy Wiseau, the endearingly strange writer/director/star of The Room, and Franco underwent extensive make-up to transform into The Room’s mysterious auteur.

In the not-too-distant past, Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return came back with new mads, a new host, and the same great comedy stylings laid over some of the worst movies ever made. It was wonderful, as if the show had never left. And it’ll be like the show has never left for a while yet, since Netflix has renewed it for a second season. For those who might be unfamiliar, the premise is simple: A kind man, in this case Jonah (Jonah Ray) is trapped aboard the Satellite of Love courtesy of Kinga Forrester (Felicia Day) and her henchman Max (Patton Oswalt).

First Footage For Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom “IT’S A TINY BABY RAPTOR!” is probably going to be the reaction of most people when they see this first footage from Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. From our Jurassic family to yours. @FilmBayona @PrattPrattPratt @BryceDHoward @LeDoctor #FALLENKINGDOM — Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) November 22, 2017 We don’t know that much about this Jurassic World sequel yet. The plot has been kept a secret, and we won’t get much about it until a trailer comes along.

Jeffrey Tambor Accused of Sexual Harassment by Third Woman A third woman has come forward to accuse Jeffrey Tambor of sexual harassment. Tamara Delbridge, a celebrity makeup artist with no connection to his show, “Transparent,” told Refinery29 that Tambor forcibly kissed her on the set of the 2001 film “Never Again.” “It was really weird because I did not interact with him at all during filming,” Delbridge said. “It wasn’t like he and I had bantered back and forth or flirted. I’m very professional on set and [‘Never Again’] was a really big deal for me.

Smallfoot Trailer Turns the Bigfoot Legend Upside Down Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for Smallfoot, which features Channing Tatum as a friendly Yeti who doesn't quite live up to the legend.

A Conversation With ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Screenwriter James Ivory By John Bleasdale James Ivory on his long career, gay cinema, and being merely the screenwriter. At the age of 89, James Ivory is discovering a new experience. We’re on set of a new film he’s exec-producing – an adaptation of Henry James’ The Aspern Papers – in Venice, Italy. It’s Summer and the Palazzo is broiling. The poster for Luca Guadagnino’s new film Call Me by Your Name has just dropped online.  Ivory asks if I can pull up the image on my phone. He peers for a moment and then expands the poster to show his screenwriting credit.

Watching Ben Affleck Play with Batman Toys Will Make You Cringe Ben Affleck looks very uncomfortable as he shows off his Justice League action figures alongside his much more excited co-stars.

Second Trailer for Special Forces in Afghanistan Action Film '12 Strong' "Chances are we are not going to make it out of this one…" Warner Bros has debuted the second trailer for 12 Strong, formerly known as Horse Soldiers, about a Special Forces group sent into Afghanistan at the beginning of the war after 9/11. They end up working with a local Afghani warlord in order to take down the Taliban, riding horses into battle, which is why this was previously called Horse Soldiers, but of course. Chris Hemsworth stars, along with an ensemble cast including Taylor Sheridan, Michael Shannon, Austin Stowell, Michael Peña, Geoff Stults, and Elsa Pataky.

Justice League is looking like it’s not going have a good weekend, and it feels like the future of the DCEU might be up in the air — but director of the upcoming Nightwing film Chris McKay has been vocal on Twitter, talking up the new project. First, he says casting will be open, but those who are interested should make sure that they have an agent. Re Nightwing Casting. Have an agent or manager submit your work. To the studio. An agent or manager protects you and also is an endorsement of your character.

While you’re huddled up with your family for a few days for Thanksgiving, there are plenty of movies and TV shows available on Netflix that you might want to go out of your way to watch before they disappear from the streaming service. Below, we’ve rounded up a list of the best TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in December 2017, so you better figure out which ones you can round up the family to watch this weekend. Young Frankenstein Quality spoofs nowadays are few and far between. In fact, they’re almost non-existent.

NBC The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has settled on a host for the 75th Annual Golden Globes and they’re sticking in the realm of late night for their MC. Yes, award show season is nearly upon us and there’s nothing we can do about it. Late Night‘s Seth Meyers has been tapped to host the ” Diamond Jubilee edition” of the Golden Globes, taking the reins from 2017’s host Jimmy Fallon who had more teeth to his appearance than you remember.

In honor of the 25th anniversary of their first local television coverage of the New Year’s Day tradition, Amazon Prime Video and Funny or Die are teaming up to give veteran morning talk show hosts Cord Hosenbeck and Tish Cattigan the opportunity to announce the 2018 Rose Parade on the national stage! Wait — what’s that?

Netflix Won’t Partner With The Weinstein Company on Upcoming Awards Parties In case you were wondering, Netflix won’t be partying with The Weinstein Company at the Golden Globes next year — or any upcoming awards gatherings. The streaming service, which has co-hosted a bash for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s big night with TWC for the last three years, said Wednesday that it will be going solo on all future celebratory occasions. “We have no plans to partner with other studios for upcoming events,” a Netflix spokesperson told TheWrap on Wednesday. Also Read: Weinstein Co.

Production has been delayed for the 2018 Halloween remake/reboot/sequel until the upcoming January. The film, which is by David Gordon Green and co-written by comedic actor Danny McBride, was supposed to start shooting this past October (fittingly).

“The Death of Stalin,” the satirical feature by “Veep” creator Armando Iannucci, picked up three British Independent Film Awards on Thursday. The film earned prizes for casting, production design and makeup and hair design. William Oldroyd’s “Lady Macbeth” and Irish director Martin McDonagh’s “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” collected two prizes each. Also Read: Netflix Won't Partner With The Weinstein Company on Upcoming Awards Parties The 20-year-old organization introduced the craft categories just this year and wil

The CW has released yet another new promo for the upcoming four-part "Crisis On Earth-X" crossover event, featuring even more new footage and some backstory on the Nazi villains. Come take a look!

Leave it to Netflix to drop a trailer for a movie I’ve never heard of that’s coming out in just over two weeks. While Thanksgiving is upon us now, the streaming service is pushing ahead and getting into the holiday spirit by releasing a trailer for a film called El Camino Christmas. It’s a small-scale hostage comedy that looks like the type of rough-hewn romp that could provide a bit of levity right now – which sounds like a gift we all can be thankful for. The movie hails from director David E.

Kids on bikes. A small town with a dark secret. An underbelly of supernatural forces threatening the town at large. A government building conducting experiments that will lead to further problems.

(We’re going to kickstart our weekly discussion of USA’s Mr. Robot season 3 by answering one simple question: who had the biggest mental breakdown in this week’s episode?) Sobering reminders of reality go hand-in-hand with Mr. Robot, and “Frederick and Tanya” is no exception. The episode has the thankless job of dealing with the aftermath of the Dark Army’s shocking attack against 71 E Corp buildings, as well as tying up loose plot threads that have been forgotten since season 2.

Andy Serkis Says We See a Lot More of Snoke and His Past in 'The Last Jedi' Snoke is not the monk-like Sith Emperor of the original Star Wars trilogy. Andy Serkis says he’s much more volatile, and a lot more destructive in the new film. Continue reading…

Rashida Jones clarifies her reason for stepping away from Toy Story 4 PARKS AND RECREATION alum Rashida Jones has recently come forward to clarify the reason for her exit from Pixar's TOY STORY 4 in the wake of John Lasseter, the animation studio’s chief creative officer, taking a formal leave of absence due to unspecified “missteps.” The update from Jones comes after her writing partner, Will McCormack,... Read More...

Neill Blomkamp teases his next project, which may be Lionsgate's remake of the 80s sci-fi classic Flight of the Navigator.

There are two fairly common complaints you hear about the movies Hollywood is making these days. The first is that studios are focusing all their resources on huge summer blockbusters that are based on existing intellectual properties, or remakes of old hits, or sequels to remakes and films based on existing intellectual property, with the end result being an ever-narrowing selection of choices for people looking for cool original movies.

John Lasseter, chief creative officer of Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Animation Studios, has announced that he will be taking a six-month leave of absence after a recent memo to staff.

So, David Lynch and Mark Frost's TWIN PEAKS: THE RETURN has been out for months now, with the series having garnered mixed-to-favorable reviews. I personally had mixed feelings myself. I loved a lot of things (like the nuclear imagery), and hated other aspects (like everything with Dougie), but overall felt pretty positively about it. Oh, except the ending, though, which while philosophically and... Read More...

Tom Cruise is looking dapper in a new shot from Mission: Impossible 6. The Mission: Impossible movie franchise began in 1996, back when it was a relative novelty to see Tom Cruise headlining an action movie. The original mission statement for the series was that each new installment would be helmed by a director with a unique style, and an impressive line-up of directors has since passed through the series over the years, from Brian De Palma to John Woo and Brad Bird.

Some new photos from the set of Avengers 4 have surfaced and they seemingly reveal that we're getting a World War II flashback. However, with Chris Evans involved, could it be he's heading back in time?

Credit: DFree / Writer/director Nicolas Winding Refn (Neon Demon, Drive) took to Instagram to announce actor Billy Baldwin (Backdraft, Dirt Sexy Money) has joined the cast of the upcoming Amazon original crime drama series, Too Old to Die Young.

Driftwood is a bizarre and absolutely stark take on playing house, which would feel like experimental theater if it wasn't so damn cinematic. [Read the whole post on]

If you haven’t seen Get Out by this point, Thanksgiving should be your entrance into Jordan Peele‘s house of horrors. It’ll be very helpful before the film ends up getting attention during awards season. Allison Williams stopped by The Tonight Show and ended up talking about her role in the film quite a bit, revealing that it was one of her previous roles that earned her a spot as the seemingly perfect Rose. No, it wasn’t her time on Girls that sealed the deal in Peele’s eyes.

The Swedish action star recently tweeted a photo of himself training with one of the movie's stuntmen. It looks like Lundgren's character, Nereus, is going to be a tough guy to beat in hand-to-hand combat.

Are you ready to set sail with attractive people Colin Firth and Rachel Weisz? Of course you are! Firth and Weisz come together for The Mercy, based on the true story of Donald Crowhurst, an amateur sailor who set out to single-handedly circumnavigate the globe without stopping in 1968.

The final episode of Dan Harmon‘s brilliant sitcom Community aired on Yahoo Screen – an entertainment service that doesn’t exist anymore – back in 2015.

Mark Ruffalo hints that Avengers: Infinity War is bringing in both Hela and The Ancient One.

Fan art imagines what Laura, aka X-23, (Dafne Keen) from Logan could look like suited up as a live-action version of Marvel’s All-New Wolverine. Ever since 20th Century Fox kicked off their mutant-focused superhero franchise with Bryan Singer’s X-Men in 2000, Wolverine has been played by one actor only: Hugh Jackman.

Wondering what to watch on Thanksgiving? Mystery Science Theater 3000 has got your back. Below is the MST3K Turkey Day Marathon for 2017, set to run for most of the day, and we’re pretty sure will be available to watch after it’s done running live. Just in case you needed to spend today with some old friends to make your day better.  The post Watch The MST3K Turkey Day Marathon 2017 Today appeared first on Bleeding Cool News And Rumors.

Hell Freezes Over As Terry Gilliam Nears Completion of ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ It’s hard to believe, but director Terry Gilliam has been working on The Man Who Killed Don Quixote for almost 20 years. After one setback after another, with bad luck compounding bad luck, it looks as if Gilliam might buck the odds and finally release the film for the world to see. The filmmaker recently revealed that he’s nearly finished cutting the film together.

Box Office

  • 1. Alien: Covenant
    Gross: $36,160,621
    Total: $36,160,621
  • 2. Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2
    Gross: $34,653,754
    Total: $301,391,228
  • 3. Everything, Everything
    Gross: $11,727,390
    Total: $11,727,390
  • 4. Snatched
    Gross: $7,832,517
    Total: $33,015,117
  • 5. King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword
    Gross: $7,152,269
    Total: $27,503,490

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