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Will The Rock's Rampage Ravage A Quiet Place at the Box Office? Dwayne Johnson's Rampage is aiming to take down last weekend's box office champ A Quiet Place.

James Franco goes Mad Max in bonkers Future World trailer Last year James Franco directed one of the best films of the year with THE DISASTER ARTIST, a sweet and hilarious tale about the making of the worst movie ever. What does he follow such a tremendous effort with? An insightful biopic or captivating espionage flick? How about an insane, post-apocalyptic, MAD MAX-meets-punk-rock-music-video-with-cyborgs action flick with himself, Lucy Liu, Milla Jovovich and... Read More...

How The Black Panther Movie Pitch Meeting Went The newest Pitch Meeting episode from Screen Rant tackles Marvel Studios’ Black Panther. The 18th installment of the famed MCU, the film boasts a star-studded cast mainly of black actors led by Chadwick Boseman, who plays T’Challa – the new king and protector of the technologically advanced nation of Wakanda.

‘Wonder Woman 2’ Will Feature Select Scenes Shot With IMAX Cameras We’ll take any info about Wonder Woman 2 we can get at this point. Like how it’s being shot, for instance! Patty Jenkins will be shooting a portion of her super-sequel in IMAX, so expect big action when Wonder Woman 2 hits in 2019. Superhero movies have been embracing the larger-than-life IMAX format for a while now. Christopher Nolan shot large chunks of The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises in IMAX, and the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War is the first movie to be shot entirely with IMAX cameras. Now Wonder Woman 2 is getting in on the action.

Chadwick Boseman hosted last night’s episode of Saturday Night Live, which opened up the opportunity for the Black Panther to appear on the recurring skit, Black Jeopardy. It was a great way for the show to return from a break with the star of the hottest move of the year. “This may be the blackest Black Jeopardy yet,” declared host Darnell Hayes, played by Kenan Thompson, after noting that T’Challa had come all the way from Wakanda.

‘Black Panther’ Will Be The Film That Breaks Saudi Arabia’s 35-Year Cinema Ban Marvel/Disney Never doubt the might of T’Challa. Marvel’s mighty Wakandian blockbuster Black Panther has been tapped as the film set to break Saudi Arabia’s 35-year long cinema ban. Last December, it was announced that cinemas would return to the kingdom (a symbol of Saudi Arabia embracing less conservative practices with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman visible in reforms) and AMC are planning to open dozens of theaters in the near future.

Black Panther to Break Saudi Arabia’s 35-Year Movie Ban Marvel’s Black Panther will help usher in a new era for Saudi Arabia, breaking the nation’s 35-year cinema ban. Though a Marvel movie doing well in the theaters is hardly a surprise, few could have predicted that Black Panther would be such a runaway success. The movie scored a massive opening and quickly climbed past not just the rest of the MCU, but every other superhero film at the domestic box office.

According to the latest report, Woody Harrelson will play Carnage in Venom. Sony’s own venture in building a new cinematic universe starts later this year with the Ruben Fleischer-directed flick. Featuring Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock aka. Venom, the project also stars Michelle Williams as Anne Weying, Riz Ahmed as Dr. Carlton Drake, Scott Haze as Roland Treece, and Jenny Slate as Dora Skirth.

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