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'Top Gun 2' Gets a New Writer

6:50 PM 9/8/2014 by Binh Ngo
Top Gun
Top Gun 2 is back on at Paramount. Justin Marks, the one responsible for Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li and Disney's forthcoming adaptation of The Jungle Book, is in talks to rewrite Peter Craig's script, according to THR. No director is attached, but Tom Cruise will return to play the hot shot fighter pilot Maverick.

Paramount Wants Sean Harris to Play the Bad Guy in 'Mission: Impossible 5' Mission: Impossible 5 has already begun filming, but strangely the main villain role is still vacant. That's about to change though as Paramount and Skydance Productions are in talks with British actor Sean Harris to play the part, according to Deadline. Harris, should he accept the mission, will join a cast that includes Tom Cruise, Rebecca Ferguson, Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg, Alec Baldwin, and Ving Rhames. read more

Paramount Wants Sean Harris to Play the Bad Guy in 'Mission: Impossible 5'

9:29 AM 9/6/2014 by Binh Ngo
Sean Harris
Mission: Impossible 5 has already begun filming, but strangely the main villain role is still vacant. That's about to change though as Paramount and Skydance Productions are in talks with British actor Sean Harris to play the part, according to Deadline. Harris, should he accept the mission, will join a cast that includes Tom Cruise, Rebecca Ferguson, Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg, Alec Baldwin, and Ving Rhames.

'Terminator: Genisys' Sequels Already Scheduled

6:16 PM 9/5/2014 by Jeff Giles
Terminator
It's taken a long time to get going, but now that the Terminator franchise is on the verge of clawing its way out of development deep freeze, it appears as though it'll be with us on a regular basis for the foreseeable future. Paramount is feeling so optimistic, in fact, that sequels to the upcoming reboot Terminator:

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Paramount Courts Sean Harris For ‘Mission: Impossible 5′ Villainy

deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions have offered the villain role in the Christopher McQuarrie-directed Mission: Impossible 5 to Sean Harris. They are negotiating, though I'm being told don't dress for it just yet. The Troika-repped British actor is best known for his work in The Borgias, and for such films as Ridley Scott's Prometheus, 24 Hour Party People and Red Riding Trilogy. 7 weeks 1 day ago via brucelee

The Captain America: The Winter Soldier DVD and Blu-ray was pretty light on special features, with only three or four minues of deleted scenes at most. It led to many fans wondering whether or not there were plans for a Director's Cut or if they were holding them back for a future "Marvel Phase 2" box set. Well, talking to Collider recently, Anthony Russo had this to say about why there just wasn't that much footage left on the cutting room floor.

'Captain America 2': Hawkeye Cut Sequence Explained Last Week, it was revealed that Hawkeye may have a supporting role in Captain America 3. Jeremy Renner revealed that he might return with more to do after being cut from the original Captain America: The Winter Soldier screenplay.

• Bay On Action—In-depth interview with Michael Bay about his vision and approach to the film’s mind-blowing action sequences. Evolution Within Extinction: • Generation 2—A look at where the fourth film picks up as we meet new faces—both man and machine—and a Transformers world after the Battle of Chicago. • Drive Like Hell—Two entirely re-envisioned models of OPTIMUS PRIME and BUMBLEBEE appear in the film, along with an intimidating new nemesis, LOCKDOWN, as a Lamborghini Aventador plus other incredibly cool cars incl

Most people didn't love the way the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles looked in their recent movie, what with the lips and noses and eyes. Little did those people know that it could've been worse. Much, much worse. Case in point: these new 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' concept art sketches that are far more terrifying than anything in Michael Bay's reboot. Continue reading…

Check out the new extended TV spot for Christopher Nolan's Interstellar Another summer movie season is wrapping up and while we feel it could have gone a little better, there's still some huge films set to be released before the year's end. The Hunger Games finale is right around the corner (the first part, anyway), Ridley Scott's EXODUS looks to deliver the epic, and Peter Jackson will finally be closing his overlong Hobbit trilogy as well. Not to get lost... Read More...

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