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James Cameron is certain Avatar 2 will beat Avengers: Endgame's box-office James Cameron's AVATAR was a box-office giant, going on to gross $2.78 billion worldwide, a record which would stand for ten years until AVENGERS: ENDGAME took the crown earlier this year with $2.97 billion. That's quite a lot of cash, but James Cameron recently told USA Today that he believes the upcoming AVATAR sequel will be able to top the Marvel epic. I think it’s… Read More...

James Cameron Thinks "It's A Certainty" That AVATAR Will Overtake AVENGERS: ENDGAME's Box Office Record With a sequel due out in 2021, Avatar director James Cameron said that a re-release is "under discussion" with Disney, which could lead to the film reclaiming its box office record from Avengers: Endgame.

Finding a Satisfying End in the ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Extended Cut The theatrical double-dip is a brazen but confident assault on fandom’s wallet. Not all properties could sustain such greed, but for proven billion-dollar earners like Star Wars and The Avengers, the gluttony on behalf of the consumer is just as insatiable as that of the salivating studio. It’s not blood from a stone but blood from an already drained, upturned cow that can still provide the necessary driblets for black pudding. Physical media is as dead as Dillinger, and Director’s Cuts, Reduxes, and Final Cuts can no longer wait for home viewing.

Trailer for 'Frankenstein's Monster's Monster, Frankenstein' Mock Doc "My father had a compulsion to court disaster…" Netflix has debuted an official trailer for a comedy short, mockumentary special titled Frankenstein's Monster's Monster, Frankenstein, starring actor David Harbour from Hellboy and "Stranger Things". In the film, Harbour delves into the enigmatic history of his legendary acting family, as he examines his father's legacy and role in a made-for-TV play called – of course – "Frankenstein's Monster's Monster, Frankenstein".

Fox From a terrible opening weekend at the box office and some last-minute reshoots needed the avoid some Captain Marvel connections, Dark Phoenix isn’t doing so well. Director Simon Kinberg recently took credit for the latest X-Men movie’s failures. “It clearly is a movie that didn’t connect with audiences that didn’t see it, it didn’t connect enough with audiences that did see it,” he said.

X-Men editor John Ottman shares abandoned script centered on Beast Despite the countless number of mutants to call themselves X-Men, the only two who were ever given their own film in the franchise are Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) and Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds). It's not for lack of trying, but every other X-MEN spin-off wound up stuck in development hell (looking at you, Gambit), including a potential film centered around Beast (Nicholas Hoult). John Ottman,… Read More...

Child’s Play Is What Happens When A Killer Robot Takes Over Your Home The newest trailer for the reboot of '80s horror flick Child's Play reimagines Chucky as a smart doll who can connect to the devices in your home, and it's just as unsettling as it sounds.

Kevin Feige Addresses Possible R-Rated Marvel Movies And Being Unable To Use Fox's Characters For So LongKevin Feige Addresses Possible R-Rated Marvel Movies And Being Unable To Use Fox's Characters For So Long Some changes will obviously have to be made to Deadpool when he enters the MCU, but they won't include the rating! Kevin Feige also expresses how difficult it's been not having Fox's Marvel characters...

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