Just over the weekend, we got word from Sam Neill that he recently spent a couple days on the set of Thor: Ragnarok, shooting some kind of small role in the Marvel sequel. And with Jeff Goldblum already having a role in the film as The Grandmaster, that means Marvel is hosting a mini Jurassic Park reunion.
- Coming Soon: Sam Neill Says Alan Grant Not Returning for Jurassic World 2
- We Got This Covered: Sam Neill Confirms No Alan Grant In Jurassic World 2
- ScreenRant: Sam Neill Explains Why Alan Grant Won’t Be in Jurassic World 2
- Latino Review: JURASSIC WORLD 2: Sam Neill Doesn't Think Alan Grant Will Be Returning Anytime Soon...Or Ever
- Bleeding Cool: Sam Neill Offers Some Interesting Theories As To Where Alan Grant Is In Jurassic World
- MovieWeb: Sam Neill Knows Why Alan Grant Isn't in Jurassic World 2
- Fandango Movie Blog: Sam Neill May Be in 'Thor: Ragnarok' for a 'Jurassic Park' Cast Reunion, Says Alan Grant Is Retired or Dead
- JoBlo: Sam Neill confirmed for Thor 3; explains why he won't be in Jurassic World 2
- ScreenRant: Jurassic Park’s Sam Neill Confirms He Has a Role in Thor: Ragnarok
- MovieWeb: Thor 3 Reunites Jurassic Park Stars Sam Neill & Jeff Goldblum
- SlashFilm: ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Gets a ‘Jurassic Park’ Reunion As Sam Neill Joins The Cast
- The A.V. Club: Newswire: Sam Neill has a top-secret role in Thor: Ragnarok
- Comic Book Movie: Sam Neill Confirms THOR: RAGNAROK Role
- Latino Review: Sam Neill Says He's In MARVEL'S THOR: RAGNAROK
- Bleeding Cool: Sam Neill Is In Thor: Ragnarok But He Can’t Say What As Yet
- Screen Crush: Sam Neill Confirms He Will Appear in 'Thor: Ragnarok'
- HitFix: ‘Jurassic Park’s’ Dr. Grant & Dr. Malcom reunite for ‘Thor: Ragnarok’
According to SciFied [via /Film] Jurassic World 2 director J.A. Bayona revealed to a Spanish magazine that the sequel to the 2015 blockbuster will have a budget of $260 million. According to most estimates, the first film only had a $150 million production budget. Universal is clearly confident that a $1.6 billion performance at the worldwide box office can be repeated if they're increasing the budget by $110 million.
- We Got This Covered: No, The Jurassic World 2 Budget Is Not $260 Million
- ScreenRant: Jurassic World 2 Budget Reportedly Revealed [Updated]
- Dark Horizons: “Jurassic World 2” $260M Budget Rumored
- Cinema Blend: Jurassic World 2 Is Apparently Going To Have An Absolutely Insane Budget
- SlashFilm: UPDATED: ‘Jurassic World 2’ Budget Hasn’t Been Determined
- Dread Central: Warm Bodies Novel Sequel The Burning World Coming Next Year!
- Dark Horizons: Xavier Dolan Explains “World” Not Doing Cannes
- We Got This Covered: Resident Evil: Vendetta Returns Fans To The World Of Survival Horror With Debut Trailer
George Miller’s ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ may have been about Tom Hardy’s titular road warrior, but there’s no denying Charlize Theron’s one-armed Furiosa was the real star. According to a rumor, that one-armed heroine might be getting her own movie sooner than expected. Continue reading…
- ScreenRant: Mad Max: Fury Road Prequel Rumored To Be In Development
- We Got This Covered: Mad Max: Fury Road Prequel Movie Reportedly Circling Pre-Production, George Miller To Direct
- MovieWeb: Mad Max: Fury Road Prequel Starts Pre-Production in Australia?
- SlashFilm: Is There A ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Prequel Aiming To Shoot Later This Year?
- Fandango Movie Blog: Rumor Patrol: Paul Walker's Return to 'Fast and Furious'; 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Prequel
- JoBlo: Awesome Art We've Found Around The Net: Ghostbusters, It, Mad Max, Scream
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced it will re-release Mad Max: Fury Road in its mythic black & white edition as part of a new release of the Mad Max series. Coming Soon reports the new set will be called The Mad Max High Octane Collection and contain all four films plus five hours of bonus features. It will also include the black & white edition of Fury Road director George Miller has talked about in the past.”Something about it seemed more authentic and elemental,” he said when the film was first released on home video.
- SlashFilm: Mad Max High Octane Collection Announced, ‘Fury Road’ Black & Chrome Edition Included
- IndieWire: ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Black-And-White Chrome Edition Coming To Blu-ray This December
- JoBlo: The Black & Chrome cut of Mad Max: Fury Road is finally coming to Blu-ray
- Latino Review: MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Getting Stylish 'Black & Chrome' Cut For Home Release!
- Cinema Blend: When You'll Be Able To See Mad Max: Fury Road In Black And White
- ScreenRant: Mad Max: Black & Chrome Edition Available in December
- Screen Crush: The Black-and-White 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Is Coming to Blu-Ray
- Dark Horizons: “Fury Road” Black & White Finally Coming
It's been well over a year since the release of MAD MAX: FURY ROAD, but the George Miller film is still every bit as impressive to me as it was that first time in a packed theater. As the flick took in the most wins at our own 15th Annual Golden Schmoes, it's probably safe to say that many of you feel the same. One of the reasons we love it so much is that Miller and his team only turned to CG... Read More...
There is no doubt that Mad Max: Fury Road was not only one of the best blockbusters of last year, but one of the best films of 2015 in general. George Miller crafted a sequel that was simple yet riveting, seamlessly combining digital and practical effects to create some of the best action the big screen has ever seen.
- ScreenRant: Mad Max: Fury Road Video Features Movie Footage Without CGI
- MovieWeb: Mad Max: Fury Road Video Is Still Amazing Without CGI
- SlashFilm: Cool Stuff: Craig Drake Solo Show III Has ‘Ghostbusters’, ‘Mad Max: Fury Road,’ ‘Ex Machina’ & More
- Vulture: Witness This Supercut of What Mad Max’s Crashes Looked Like Without CGI
When a movie hits a certain level of success the question isn't if there will be a sequel, but how many. The same can be said of JURASSIC WORLD, a movie many thought would finish around the $200 million domestic mark before it demolished all expectations, topping off at $1.6 billion globally ($652 million domestic). Not only can we expect a sequel, but there have been hints that WORLD... Read More...
- Screen Crush: 'Jurassic World 2' Director J.A. Bayona Confirms 'Jurassic World' Trilogy
- Dark Horizons: “Jurassic World” Trilogy Plans Revealed
- IGN Movies: Jurassic World Confirmed as Start of New Trilogy
- Badass Digest: Turns Out, JURASSIC WORLD Was The Start Of A Whole New JURASSIC PARK Trilogy
- Latino Review: Exclusive: Jurassic World Confirmed as a Trilogy
- ScreenRant: Jurassic World 2 Director Confirms Trilogy Plans; Production Update
- MovieWeb: Jurassic World 2 Director Confirms New Trilogy Is Coming
Some people look like they were born to kick other people’s asses. One of those people is BIG HERO 6 actor Ryan Potter, who posted onto his YouTube page a choreographed fight sequence designed as an audition tape for Ben Affleck’s upcoming solo BATMAN movie. At the end, the actor has a little message for Affleck: “Like Tim said, ‘Batman needs a... Read More...
- Screen Crush: 'Big Hero 6' Actor Ryan Potter Just Used YouTube to Audition for the Role of Robin in 'Batman'
- SlashFilm: Watch ‘Big Hero 6’ Star Ryan Potter Prove to Ben Affleck He’d Make a Great Robin
- HitFix: ‘Big Hero 6’ actor impresses with choreographed Robin fight for Ben Affleck
- ScreenRant: Big Hero 6 Actor Creates Fight Video Audition to Play DCEU Robin
- Cinema Blend: Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders Will Run In Theaters For A Limited Time
- Badass Digest: BATMAN: RETURN OF THE CAPED CRUSADERS Will Hit Theaters For One Day Only
- MovieWeb: Long-Hidden Batman v Superman Easter Egg Confirmed by Zack Snyder
- MovieWeb: Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders Hits Theaters for 1 Day
- Screen Crush: 'Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders' Will Swing Into Theaters for One Night Only
- SlashFilm: ‘Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders’ Hits Theaters In October For One Night Only
Terrence Malick‘s documentary “Voyage of Time,” which had its North American premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday in two dramatically different versions, is an astounding, gorgeously poetic piece of filmmaking.
- IndieWire: Why Terrence Malick’s ‘Voyage of Time’ Must Be Seen On IMAX — Toronto Analysis
- AintItCool: You a movie geek? This is pure film geek fetish, The Visual Effects of VOYAGE OF TIME!
- IndieWire: Enabling Terrence Malick: What It’s Like To Be His Producers
- Thompson on Hollywood: Enabling Terrence Malick: What It’s Like To Be His Producers
- USA Today: TIFF: Taraji P. Henson says 'Hidden Figures' offers hope at a 'scary' time
One of my greatest regrets in life is that I won’t live long enough to see dinosaurs come back to life through, I wanna say, science. Another is that I’ll never be able to get over my fear of carnies. Though that last one is a lost cause, the first one is slowly being remedied thanks to a special new exhibit. EW heard the word that a unique JURASSIC WORLD-themed exhibit called... Read More...
- ScreenRant: Jurassic World: The Exhibition Will Feature Life-Size Animatronic Dinosaurs
- Cinema Blend: Someone Built A Real Jurassic World Exhibit That You Can Visit, If You Are Brave Enough
- Hollywood Reporter: Soon You Can Visit an (Almost) Real 'Jurassic World'
- Dark Horizons: “Jurassic World” Exhibition Scores Life-Size Dinos