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Drew Goddard has stepped in to help Paul Wernick, Rhett Reese and Ryan Reynolds finish the script for Deadpool 2.
- We Got This Covered: Drew Goddard Will Take Over The Deadpool 2 Script
- JoBlo: Update: Drew Goddard writing Deadpool 2 script; Joe Carnahan penning X-Force
- ScreenRant: Deadpool 2: Drew Goddard Working on Script [Updated]
- Cinema Blend: Deadpool 2 Just Went Through Another Major Behind-The-Scenes Change
- Dark Horizons: Jackman: I’m Not Teaming With Deadpool
- The A.V. Club: Newswire: Hugh Jackman doesn’t want to play Wolverine in a Deadpool movie either
- We Got This Covered: Deadpool 2 Scribes Rhett Reese And Paul Wernick Still The “Heartbeat Of The Operation,” Says Ryan Reynolds
- Comic Book Movie: DAREDEVIL's Drew Goddard Is Working On The DEADPOOL 2 Screenplay With Ryan ReynoldsDAREDEVIL's Drew Goddard Is Working On The DEADPOOL 2 Screenplay With Ryan Reynolds
- Bleeding Cool: Merc With A Mouth, And Keyboard: How Many Fourth Walls Get Broken If Deadpool Writes His Own Movie?
- Bleeding Cool: Ryan Reynolds: Rhett Rees, Paul Wernick “Still Very Much Writing The Screenplay” For Deadpool 2
- ScreenRant: Hugh Jackman Shoots Down Possible Wolverine & Deadpool Team-Up
- Comic Book Movie: Ryan Reynolds Confirms Rhett Rheese And Paul Wernick Are Still Writing DEADPOOL 2Ryan Reynolds Confirms Rhett Rheese And Paul Wernick Are Still Writing DEADPOOL 2
- Latino Review: Deadpool 2: Drew Goddard Working On Rewrite For Superhero Sequel
Despite the crazy success that Deadpool was in the theaters — making over $750 million in its $58 million budget — Deadpool 2 didn’t get off to the most auspicious of starts. You’d expect that, on the heels of such an overwhelmingly positive response, the filmmakers would be holding hands and skipping through the daisies.
- MovieWeb: Deadpool 2 to Begin Shooting This Summer in Vancouver?
- JoBlo: Grab your chimichangas, because Deadpool 2 starts shooting real soon
- ScreenRant: Logan Promo with Deadpool May Be Arriving Soon
- ScreenRant: Jimmy Kimmel Wanted Deadpool to Get An Oscar Nomination
- Comic Book Movie: DEADPOOL 2: Kerry Washington Responds To The Rumor That She's In The Running For The Role Of DominoDEADPOOL 2: Kerry Washington Responds To The Rumor That She's In The Running For The Role Of Domino
- HitFix: Even The Oscars Host Thinks ‘Deadpool’ Should Have Been Nominated For Best Picture
The past few days have seen some very interesting reveals come our way courtesy of the New York Toy Fair, and now we have a detailed look at the Dark Knight's new Batmobile in Zack Snyder's Justice League.
Here we go again. Hope you have your neck braces on here.The Batman is one project that hasn’t caught a break ever since it was announced last year. First Warner Bros were all coy about who they’d planned to have take the helm — even when we all knew it was Ben Affleck. Then at the tail end of last year, Affleck started to show signs of cold feet.
- Coming Soon: Batman Negotiations with Director Matt Reeves Reportedly Break Down
- Variety: ‘The Batman’: Negotiations Break Down Between Studio and Director Matt Reeves
- IGN Movies: The Batman: Director Matt Reeves Exits Negotiations
- Badass Digest: Bullet Dodged: Matt Reeves BATMAN Negotiations Have Ceased
- Hollywood Reporter: 'Batman' Negotiations Break Down With Director Matt Reeves (Exclusive)
- Vulture: Matt Reeves Reportedly Joins Ben Affleck in Not Wanting to Direct The Batman
- Bleeding Cool: Nobody Wants To Direct The Batman As Matt Reeves Drops Out Of Negotiations
- ScreenRant: The Batman: Negotiations With Matt Reeves Break Down
- Moviefone: 'The Batman' Once Again Needs a Director as Matt Reeves Exits Talks
- Dark Horizons: Matt Reeves Talks For “The Batman” Break Down
- We Got This Covered: Matt Reeves Departs The Batman
- The Wrap: ‘The Batman:’ Talks With Director Matt Reeves Break Down
- Screen Crush: Looks Like Matt Reeves Doesn't Want to Direct 'The Batman' Either
- Comic Book Movie: THE BATMAN Director Search Continues As Talks Break Down With Matt Reeves
- HitFix: Matt Reeves Won’t Helm ‘The Batman’ As DC’s Director Issues Continue
- MovieWeb: Director Matt Reeves Says No to The Batman?
- Latino Review: RUMOR: Is Matt Reeves Signing On For Multi-Picture Deal In The DC Universe?
- Dark Horizons: Batman Fights In “Justice League” Edit Bay Pic
- Cinema Blend: What DC Should Do If Ben Affleck Walks Away From Batman
- Variety: Box Office: ‘Lego Batman’ to Tear Down ‘The Great Wall,’ Beat ‘Fist Fight’
- Cinema Blend: The Batman Movie's Director Search Just Hit A Big Setback
- The A.V. Club: Newswire: Another dastardly director slips through The Batman’s fingers
- Variety: Box Office: ‘Lego Batman’ Blocks Trio of Newcomers to Win Friday
- Comic Book Movie: Zack Snyder Shares A New Behind-The-Scenes JUSTICE LEAGUE Image Of Batman Laying Waste To His Enemies
- ScreenRant: Justice League: Batman Fight Scene Teased by Zack Snyder
- MovieWeb: Batman Attacks in Justice League Behind-the-Scenes Photo
- ScreenRant: Arnold Schwarzenegger Trolls Nickelback; Gets Batman & Robin Diss Back
- Film School Rejects: ‘The Batman’ Loses a Second Director
- SlashFilm: Superhero Bits: Justice League Sneak Peek, Final Wonder Woman Trailer, Ben Affleck’s Favorite Batman & More
- JoBlo: Awesome Art We've Found Around The Net: Batman, Cool Hand Luke, Star Wars
- The Wrap: ‘Lego Batman’ Snags $7.5 Million at Friday Box Office, Trounces ‘Great Wall,’ ‘Cure for Wellness’
Oscar-nominated actor James Cromwell has joined the ensemble cast of Universal's Jurassic World 2, as production gets under way.
- Dark Horizons: James Cromwell Joins “Jurassic World 2”
- SlashFilm: James Cromwell Joins ‘Jurassic World 2,’ Here’s Our Guess At His Role
- Comic Book Movie: Universal's JURASSIC WORLD Sequel Adds Former SPIDER-MAN 3 Actor James Cromwell
- Screen Crush: James Cromwell Boards the 'Jurassic World' Sequel
- ScreenRant: Jurassic World 2 Cast Adds James Cromwell
- JoBlo: That'll do; James Cromwell joins the cast of Jurassic World 2
Justice League is now in post-production, and as we await that highly anticipated trailer, director Zack Snyder has teased us yet again with another image from the editing suite. This one provides a glimpse of a fight scene involving Batman (Ben Affleck) and some well-armed baddies that look like they could be some kind of Parademons - though they do appear significantly different to the ones that were introduced during the nightmare sequence in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. The pic is captioned "Down at CO3 with Stefan," so Snyder is obviously overseeing the color-grading at
- Coming Soon: Toy Fair: Justice League Statues and Figures Revealed
- Comic Book Movie: New Screen-Accurate JUSTICE LEAGUE Collectible Statues Offer New Looks At SUPERMAN & The Full Team
- We Got This Covered: Flashpoint Batman And Reverse-Flash Are Back On This New DC Rebirth Cover
- IGN Movies: New Batman: The Animates Series Batcave Collectible from DC
- We Got This Covered: Matt Reeves Rumored To Be Heavily Involved In The Batman’s Casting; DC Contract May Span Multiple Movies
- Cinema Blend: The Batman Deal For Matt Reeves May Be Much Bigger Than We Thought
- Comic Book Movie: COMICS: Reverse-Flash And Flashpoint Batman Return On This Cover For BATMAN #22
- ScreenRant: Rumor: Matt Reeves’ Batman Offer is For Multiple DCEU Movies
Bioshock was a massive shot in the arm for first person shooter games back in 2007. At a time when the genre was focused largely on realistic, military themes, along came the world of Rapture with one of the most innovative FPS experiences in recent memory featuring arguably the most richly designed world in video game history.
- HitFix: Gore Verbinski Explained Why His R-Rated ‘BioShock’ Adaptation Fell Apart
- We Got This Covered: Gore Verbinski Reveals Why The BioShock Movie Never Happened
- SlashFilm: Gore Verbinski Explains Why His ‘Bioshock’ Movie Never Happened
- Dark Horizons: Verbinski Explains “Bioshock” Film Collapse
- We Got This Covered: Exclusive Video Interview: Gore Verbinski On A Cure For Wellness
- Latino Review: Mia Goth: Womanhood, Character Challenges and Gore Verbinski’s Vision in A CURE FOR WELLNESS
New fan art shows what Scandal star Kerry Washington may look like if she signs on for Domino in Deadpool 2.
- We Got This Covered: Deadpool 2 Fan Art Imagines Kerry Washington As Domino
- MovieWeb: Deadpool 2 Eyes Scandal Star Kerry Washington as Domino
- Comic Book Movie: DEADPOOL 2 Character Breakdown For Domino Revealed; Kerry Washington Said To Be Testing For The Role
- Comic Book Movie: Cool New DEADPOOL 2 Fan-Art Imagines What Kerry Washington Might Look Like As Domino
- ScreenRant: Deadpool 2: Kerry Washington As Domino Fan Art
- Cinema Blend: Who Deadpool 2 May Be Eyeing To Play Domino
- ScreenRant: Casting Details For Deadpool 2’s Domino Revealed
- Latino Review: DEADPOOL 2: Breakdown of Domino Casting Reveals Rumored Actress
- HitFix: ‘Deadpool 2’ Leaks Character Breakdown And Actor Shortlist For Domino
When a movie like Justice League has six superheroes that need to share screentime, it should come as no surprise that some of the supporting characters who don’t throw on a cape and/or tights end up sitting out of the fun. In addition to our superheroes like Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), The Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Cyborg (Ray Fisher) and the return of Superman (Henry Cavill), other returning cast members will include Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor and Jeremy Irons as Alfred Pennyworth.
- Bleeding Cool: Laurence Fishburne Says Marvel Has Been Kicking DC’s ***, Won’t Appear In Zack Snyder’s Justice League
- Screen Crush: Laurence Fishburne Explains Why He Won't Appear in 'Justice League'
- ScreenRant: No Justice League Role for Laurence Fishburne’s Perry White
- Dark Horizons: Fishburne Talks Missing Out “Justice League”
- Latino Review: Actor Confirms Classic DC Character Is Sitting Out JUSTICE LEAGUE, Talks BvS Criticism, Blurts Out Spoiler?
Summit Entertainment For those sweating over Ryan Gosling possibly taking the stage at the Oscars, you can calm down. The La La Land star will not be forced to sing some of the film’s many songs alongside Emma Stone, putting his live voice to the test against the likes of Justin Timberlake and Sting. John Legend will take on the musical performances, joining Lin-Manuel Miranda and Timberlake who will be representing Moana and Trolls respectively.
- Thompson on Hollywood: Oscars 2017: Justin Timberlake, John Legend, Sting and Lin-Manuel Miranda to Perform Nominated Songs
- Deadline: ADG Awards: ‘La La Land,’ ‘Hidden Figures’ & ‘Passengers’ Take Film Trophies – Complete Winners List
- IndieWire: Art Directors Guild Awards 2017: ‘La La Land’ and ‘Hidden Figures’ Lead Winners
- Hollywood Reporter: Berlin: After 'La La Land,' EFM Turns Up the Volume on Movie Musicals
- The Wrap: ‘Hidden Figures,’ ‘La La Land,’ ‘Passengers’ Win Art Directors Guild Awards