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Robert Rodriguez’s Live-Action ‘Fire And Ice’ Movie Acquired By Sony There’s no doubt that Sony Pictures was in dire need of some good news, and thankfully, it may have arrived.

New Images From Marvel’s Daredevil Film Divder tweeted out new images from the upcoming Netflix’s series Marvel’s Daredevil. Here we get to see Charlie Cox as both Matt Murdock and in the early black costume worn by Daredevil in the Daredevil: The Man Without Fear miniseries by Frank Miller and John Romita Jr. The images are from Entertainment Weekly.   The new EW also features a piece on Marvel’s Daredevil show for Netflix. pic.twitter.com/gNc6LcMKCn — Film Divider (@FilmDivider) December 18, 2014 New Images From Marvel’s Daredevil

New Images From Marvel’s Daredevil Film Divder tweeted out new images from the upcoming Netflix’s series Marvel’s Daredevil. Here we get to see Charlie Cox as both Matt Murdock and in the early black costume worn by Daredevil in the Daredevil: The Man Without Fear miniseries by Frank Miller and John Romita Jr. The images are from Entertainment Weekly.   The new EW also features a piece on Marvel’s Daredevil show for Netflix. pic.twitter.com/gNc6LcMKCn — Film Divider (@FilmDivider) December 18, 2014 New Images From Marvel’s Daredevil

'Wonder Woman' Reportedly Hires Six Writers to Deliver Six Different Scripts Following the recent announcement that Warner Bros. has hired the awesomely talented Michelle MacLaren to direct the first ‘Wonder Woman’ solo film, we also learned that the studio was close to hiring ‘Pan’ screenwriter Jason Fuchs to pen the script. But now it seems that Fuchs may not be the only screenwriter on the project (if he’s still involved at all): rumor has it that WB has hired a total of six writers to deliver six different scripts. Stop scratching your head so much, you’ll make a bald spot. Continue reading…

'A Little Chaos' Trailer: Kate Winslet Returns to Period Drama for Director Alan Rickman Kate Winslet is basically the queen of period drama. When you think period drama, you think Kate Winslet in fussy, suffocating clothing. So it’s no surprise that Winslet has once again returned to the genre that first introduced her to mainstream audiences—this time for Alan Rickman (yes, that Alan Rickman), who directed and co-stars with Winslet in ‘A Little Chaos.’ The first trailer for the upcoming film has arrived, in which our reigning queen of period drama gets a lot of side-eye from some upper-class French people at Versailles. Continue reading…

Sony has bought the projectIt’s four years since Robert Rodriguez announced he was looking to mount a live-action remake of ‘80s animated adventure Fire And Ice. He’s been busy on other things since then, but has now signed a deal to direct the film for Sony.Fire And Ice, which will draw from Frank Frazetta’s artwork in a similar – though perhaps not as direct – way to Sin City and Frank Miller, adapts the story from the Ralph Bakshi animation. It’s all launched when evil type Nekron sends glaciers out that destroy most of the surrounding strongholds.

Neil Gaiman Wants Tom Hiddleston For Sandman Cheekbones: Check. English accent: check. After years of wallowing in believed-unfilmable development hell, Neil Gaiman’s Sandman appears to be creeping closer to actually hitting screens in the hands of David S. Goyer, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and The Fades’ Jack Thorne. But just who should play the iconic central figure, Morpheus?

Dear White People's Tessa Thompson joins Ryan Coogler's Rocky spinoff Creed Deadline is reporting DEAR WHITE PEOPLE and Veronica Mars star Tessa Thompson has been cast as the female lead in the planned ROCKY spinoff CREED. The film will focus on Apollo Creed's grandson (played by Michael B. Jordan), with Sylvester Stallone's Rocky Balboa training the young boxer. Ryan Coogler (FRUITVALE STATION) will direct CREED from a script he co-wrote with Aaron Covington, and... Read More...

Though Hugh Jackman indicated earlier this year that the sequel to The Wolverine might be his last outing as the adamantium clad mutant, a month later he pulled back citing X-Men: Days of Future Past as the force pulling him back to the franchise and the character that made him a star. There's been rumblings of him shooting X-Men: Apocalypse and the next solo chapter of Wolverine's story back-to-back, but as of now, Jackman told Josh Horowitz on The Happy Sad Confused Podcast (via Empire) that he's still in talks about his role in the future of X-Men, and nothing is set in stone.

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