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Cate Shortland Tapped to Direct ‘Black Widow’ for Marvel After nearly a decade of waiting, this Black Widow solo film looks like a reality. After an extremely extensive search to find a female director to helm the first Black Widow solo adventure, Marvel has chosen Cate Shortland out of the three finalists to take the reigns. While Shortland did not make our own original wishlist of possible directors, we should take solace that she is a filmmaker of tremendous ability. She is best known for her 2012 historical drama Lore, in which five German siblings flee their homes after their Nazi parents vanish in the wake of Allied victory.

Cate Shortland Tapped to Direct ‘Black Widow’ for Marvel After nearly a decade of waiting, this Black Widow solo film looks like a reality. After an extremely extensive search to find a female director to helm the first Black Widow solo adventure, Marvel has chosen Cate Shortland out of the three finalists to take the reigns. While Shortland did not make our own original wishlist of possible directors, we should take solace that she is a filmmaker of tremendous ability. She is best known for her 2012 historical drama Lore, in which five German siblings flee their homes after their Nazi parents vanish in the wake of Allied victory.

Cate Shortland Tapped to Direct ‘Black Widow’ for Marvel After nearly a decade of waiting, this Black Widow solo film looks like a reality. After an extremely extensive search to find a female director to helm the first Black Widow solo adventure, Marvel has chosen Cate Shortland out of the three finalists to take the reigns. While Shortland did not make our own original wishlist of possible directors, we should take solace that she is a filmmaker of tremendous ability. She is best known for her 2012 historical drama Lore, in which five German siblings flee their homes after their Nazi parents vanish in the wake of Allied victory.

Keanu Reeves has confirmed the actual title of the next John Wick movie Recently while engaging in an exclusive interview with ComingSoon.net for his role as Lucas Hill in the Matthew Ross-directed romantic thriller SIBERIA, Keanu Reeves confirmed to the outlet that JOHN WICK: PARABELLUM is indeed the official title of the third chapter in the JOHN WICK series of films. Up until recently, many were left to assume that the movie would be called JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 3, though... Read More...

Showtime has ordered a 10-episode series based on the Halo video game title Gas up your Warthog, charge your energy sword and prepare for battle because Showtime is officially bringing the HALO video game franchise to TV! I know that it feels like forever since we last heard about this project, but check this out. After four years of being trapped in development Hell, the  premium cable network has ordered 10 episodes of HALO for a... Read More...

Russell Crowe is headed to TV for a new Showtime limited series focused on Fox News founder Roger Ailes. Ailes forever altered the political landscape with his polarizing news network, and later resigned amid sexual harassment allegations. Needless to say, this project is bound to be controversial. Roger Ailes was a hero to some, and a villain to others. In 1996, Fox owner Rupert Murdoch enlisted Ailes to launch a cable news network.

The adaption of the Valiant comic Bloodshot has gained a new cast member. First reported by The Wrap and confirmed by Variety Toby Kebbell has joined the movie in an unknown role. Vin Diesel, Eiza Gonzalez, Michael Sheen, Sam Heughan, Talulah Riley, and Alex Hernandez have all signed on to star in the Sony Pictures adaptation. Dave Wilson is set to direct and Neal H. Moritz has signed on to produce. “Bloodshot,” first published in 1992, centers on a mortally wounded soldier with powers of regeneration and meta-morphing made possible through nano-machines in his bloodstream.

“Of all the hosts I’ve made, you Maeve, were my favorite.” Last week’s Westworld episode (“Kiksuya”) is one of the series’ best, so it seemed a given that this week’s would be a step back down again.

Star Trek: Discovery loses showrunners again; Alex Kurtzman to take over It would be safe to say that Star Trek: Discovery suffered from some growing pains. In addition to the numerous delays, the Star Trek series lost showrunner Bryan Fuller a year into development due to disagreements with CBS. Fuller was replaced by Gretchen J. Berg and Aaron Harberts, who shepherded Discovery through its first season, but now THR is reporting that Berg and Harberts are out as well... Read More...

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