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It's impossible to think of a bigger cinematic madman than James Cameron. For over 13 long years, the visionary behind some of the most endurable blockbusters ever made ("Terminator 2: Judgment Day") has been working long and hard to bring his four "Avatar" sequels to the screen. Ever since "The Way of Water" was initially slated for release in 2014, it became a joke every time they had to push it back another year.

No one can ever accuse James Cameron of having too few ideas. The writer and director of "Aliens," "Terminator," and numerous other massive blockbusters is a one-man idea factory, especially when it comes to his "Avatar" franchise. In fact, he had an entire script for "Avatar 2" that he ended up tossing out in favor of what eventually become "Avatar: The Way of Water." In a cover feature for the December 2022 issue of Total Film magazine, which hits shelves on Thursday, November 10, Cameron goes into detail about that original "Avatar 2" script.

‘Chronicle 2’ Will Be Set 10 Years After the Original and the Main Characters Will be Women Who remembers Chronicle? It’s been almost a decade since that particular super-powered eagle or beagle landed in movie theaters. Set in a sideways Seattle where teens become telekinetics and the bullied become bullies, the 2012 found-footage film helped put actors like Dane Dehaan and Michael B. Jordan on the map. Drawing inspiration from films outside the genre like the anime Olympics predictor Akira, it’s arguably still one of the best non-Marvel, non-DC superhero flicks out there.

‘Assassin’s Creed’ Live-Action TV Series in the Works at Netflix, Animated Spin-Offs to Follow Every few years, Hollywood will attempt yet again to adapt a video game for the screen, and you don’t even need every finger on one hand to count the number of times it has worked out well. One example of when it did work: Netflix’s The Witcher, the hit Henry Cavill-led fantasy adventure series based on both the popular video game franchise and books by Andrzej Sapkowski.

Jeff Goldblum, Eva Longoria & more join the Boss Baby sequel cast Dreamworks Animation recently added several bundles of joy to the cast of their Boss Baby sequel with Jeff Goldblum, Eva Longoria, Ariana Greenblatt, James Marsden, and Amy Sedaris all signed on to voice characters for the upcoming animated film. The sequel is officially titled THE BOSS BABY: FAMILY BUSINESS, which will see Alec Baldwin reprising his role as Boss Baby Ted, with Jimmy… Read More...

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Review: Trolls World Tour

JoBlo - Fri, 2020-04-10 08:07

Review: Trolls World Tour PLOT: When Poppy and Branch discover that there are different types of Trolls living in the world, they go on a mission to unite them with their love of music. Unfortunately for them, the rocker Trolls don't want to share their music. Instead, they want to take over and make all living Trolls slaves to Heavy Metal! ROCK n TROLL! REVIEW: When the big screen adventures of TROLLS… Read More...

The Effect of the Voyeur Camerawork in ‘The Invisible Man’ Leigh Whannell‘s reimagined Invisible Man is a more terrifying and menacing Universal Monster for modern times. Before his “death,” he was an abusive, controlling husband to a trapped Cecilia Kass, played by Elisabeth Moss. Knowing that he is capable of real evil makes waiting for him to inflict that evil on Cecilia and the people she loves excruciating to watch but in the most thrilling way. Whannell’s monster is not the only thing that keeps the audience on edge throughout The Invisible Man.

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