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Mark Wahlberg, James McAvoy And Oscar Isaac On Wishlist For Bloodshot Movie Word from The Wrap is that Sony is ready to find it’s lead actor for the upcoming Bloodshot movie. Based on the Valiant Comic, Bloodshot is a nano-tech enhanced soldier created by a shadowy corporation and turned into a killing machine. He was created in 1992 by Kevin Van Hook, Don Perlin and Bob Layton. The film will be directed by Dave Wilson and written by Eric Heisserer.

Chance The Rapper Explained To Jordan Peele Exactly Why He Loved ‘Get Out’ So Much Getty Image Chance the Rapper’s meteoric rise has been on his terms. The Chicago rapper has made no qualms about his beliefs, whether it be as a Christian, or working independently without a label. In turn, it has made him one of the more sought after artists in the world, with three Grammy wins to his name and plenty of success. To counter that, Jordan Peele has his own hold on 2017, shifting the narrative from his work as a comedian who starred in the noted sketch comedy show Key & Peele, to a director who created one of the year’s best films with the horror film Get Out.

ABC Releases Trailers For Four New TV Shows ABC has renewed, green lit, and canceled a lot of shows this year. The 2016/207 shows are in the process of ending so it’s time to get some trailers for the new shows that will be coming to ABC for the 2017/2018 year. Collider has posted four trailers, basic crew and cast, and summaries for four of the five shows that have been confirmed thus far. The Gospel of Kevin Kevin Finn (Jason Ritter, “Parenthood”), a cluelessly self-serving person, is on a dangerous path to despair.

ABC Releases Trailers For Four New TV Shows ABC has renewed, green lit, and canceled a lot of shows this year. The 2016/207 shows are in the process of ending so it’s time to get some trailers for the new shows that will be coming to ABC for the 2017/2018 year. Collider has posted four trailers, basic crew and cast, and summaries for four of the five shows that have been confirmed thus far. The Gospel of Kevin Kevin Finn (Jason Ritter, “Parenthood”), a cluelessly self-serving person, is on a dangerous path to despair.

Gears Of War Adaptation Locks Down Avatar Writer There’s been talk of a Gears of War film almost since the time the first game hit the original Xbox back in the mid-2000s. And it makes sense. The game has a very cinematic style, and its hard-action, testosterone-fueled leads very much lends itself to the medium. Of course, like almost every other video game franchise under the sun, there have been some…delays in the development process. For whatever reason, an actual Gears of War film has had a hard time getting off the ground.

‘American Assassin’ Trailer: Michael Keaton Trains Dylan O’Brien to Take Out Terrorists If you watched American Sniper and thought they weren’t patriotic enough in their depiction of Americans taking down terrorism, there’s another overtly American movie on the way, and we know that, because the word American is in the title. America. American Assassin is based on Vince Flynn’s novel of the same name, introducing the recurring character of Mitch Rapp.

Dune Reboot Locks Down Forrest Gump Writer Eric Roth While some film lovers may lament the fact that we live in an age where existing properties reign supreme at the box office, it can’t be overlooked that, now more than ever, we’re seeing ridiculously faithful and high quality adaptations of beloved books. In addition to seeing longer being adapted into film franchises, we’re also seeing a shift towards television, allowing audiences to spend a similar amount of time with the characters as they would in a book.

Akira Movie Targets Get Out Director Jordan Peele Following the massive success of Jordan Peele's directorial debut Get Out, Warner Bros. is courting him for the long-awaited Akira live-action movie.

Whether you choose to overlook the accusations of whitewashing levied against Paramount’s upcoming Ghost in the Shell movie is entirely up to you, but there are certainly some who are rooting for the film to open doors for other anime projects. Studios aren’t exactly hot-spots for innovative thinking; if Ghost in the Shell bombs next weekend, there will no-doubt be executives at Paramount who claim the only real lesson is that American audiences don’t like Anime.

Akira: Lights Out & Life Helmers Eyed to Direct For years now, Hollywood has been attempting to tap into one of the last great sources of media to adapt: anime and manga. Recent years have seen the trend finally kick in, as Ghost in the Shell and Death Note movies are on their way. Of course, both of these films have come with plenty of controversy attached, as white stars are often substituted for the traditionally Japanese characters.

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