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JURASSIC WORLD Sequel Expected To Kick Off Production Early 2017 There's been a ton of rumors floating around regarding Universal's next installment in their long-running and hugely successful Jurassic Park franchise, but outside of knowing the release date, we really don't know all that much about which direction they plan on taking the upcoming Jurassic World sequel.

Simon Kinberg finally announces filming date for Gambit If you ask me what a clusterf@ck of modern movie production would look like, GAMBIT would be the first to come to mind. The movie has experienced more than its fair share of setbacks, one of the biggest losing director Rupert Wyatt as soon as they were to begin filming, eventually being replaced by Doug Liman. The movie was even supposed to come out this fall, but that had to be moved back due to the small fact... Read More...

Fox Eyeing Spring 2017 Start Date For GAMBIT; Josh Boone's NEW MUTANTS Will Be "Very Loyal To The Comics" Back in June, we received word that Doug Liman (Edge Of Tomorrow) had signed on to helm Lionsgate & Summit Entertainment's upcoming film adaptation of the young adult sci-fi thriller novel Chaos Walking and while it wasn't explicitly stated, the announcement seemingly suggested that another delay for 20th Century Fox's Gambit might be on the horizon, especially with Chaos Walking also eyeing a fall start date. Yesterday, That Hashtag Show released their brief interview segment with producer/writer Simon Kinberg from the 42nd Saturn Awards and when asked about th

When Walt Disney Animation decided to bring the Marvel comic Big Hero 6 to theaters, many wondered whether or not there would be ties to the Marvel cinematic universe or if this could be the beginning of a separated animated universe for Marvel superheroes.

James Wan’s Malignant Man Movie Lands San Andreas Director James Wan, creator and director of the hugely successful Saw franchise, released Malignant Man – a four-issue comic book series – in 2011. The science-fiction thriller revolves around Alan Gates, a cancer patient with a terminal diagnosis, who helplessly resigns to his fate – until he discovers that his tumorous growth is not in fact cancer, but rather a mysterious alien parasite responsible for supplying him supernatural powers.

Channing Tatum's Gambit was delayed in order to get the script right An X-MEN spin-off film centering around Remy LeBeau has been in the works for a number of years, but time and time again, the project has been delayed. GAMBIT was originally to be directed by Rupert Wyatt (RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES), but he later departed the project due to scheduling conflicts and was replaced by Doug Liman (EDGE OF TOMORROW). The film was initially set to kick off... Read More...

Jurassic World's Derek Connolly brought on to help write Pacific Rim 2 For awhile, the future of the proposed PACIFIC RIM franchise seemed to be on very shaky ground with Guillermo Del Toro trying to plow ahead as best as he could, even as concerns about the financial viability of the series continued to surface. However, with Steven DeKnight taking over the director's chair for a sequel and Del Toro sliding into a producing role, progress is being made on... Read More...

Terrence Malick’s ‘Voyage of Time’ Sets for IMAX Release in Fall 2016, After Over 30 Years After releasing just four films in four decades, Terrence Malick suddenly became much more prolific starting with 2011’s Tree of Life. To the Wonder and Knight of Cups followed in quick succession, and Weightless should be coming along in the not-too-distant future. Even as he’s picked up his pace, though, he’s taken his good sweet time with Voyage of Time, a documentary which aims to the entire story of the universe.

Terrence Malick's 30-Years-in-the-Making 'Voyage of Time' Finally Coming in October Terrence Malick works at his own pace. If that means he goes 20 years between feature films, so be it. If that means he shoots footage in 2013 for a film that still shows no signs of eventual release, so be it. Continue reading…

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