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Safdie Brothers Set First Look Deal with HBO and A24

Josh and Benny Safdie have signed a two-year first look deal with HBO following the success of Uncut Gems.

James Mangold’s Approach to ‘Indiana Jones’ Will Be Rooted in Emotion

Since Disney acquired Lucasfilm in 2012, things have been pretty quiet concerning the Indiana Jones franchise. For better or worse, Star Wars took immediate precedence. But now we’re finally getting more nuggets of information about the upcoming fifth installment.

Scott Derrickson to Direct ‘Labyrinth’ Sequel With Maggie Levin Writing

Deadline are reporting that Scott Derrickson, director of Doctor Strange, has been tapped by TriStar Pictures to direct the sequel to Jim Henson’s Labyrinth, released in 1986. Maggie Levin, writer and director of Into the Dark and My Valentine (both for Hulu), will write the script.

UPDATE: Edgar Wright’s ‘Last Night in Soho’ Gets New Release Date

We reported earlier this month that Edgar Wright’s newest film Last Night in Soho had been pushed back to 2021. It has now been confirmed the new date is April 23, 2021.

Marvel’s Disney+ Show ‘Loki’ May Get A Second Season

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As ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. sets up its final batch of episodes later this week, one of that show’s stars may have just confirmed that the Disney+ series Loki will have multiple seasons.

Josh Trank and Jeremy Slater Open Up On 2015’s Infamous ‘Fantastic Four’ Reboot

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2015’s Fantastic Four, or Fant4stic (pronounced “Fant-Four-Stick”) as it is colloquially referred to by Marvel fans due to a dubious naming convention utilized in the marketing, went down as one of the biggest financial and critical disasters for the superhero movie genre, and seriously hurt the nascent careers of director Josh Trank and writer Jeremy Slater. Nearly five […]

Killing Eve S3/E7 Review: ‘Beautiful Monster’

  Killing Eve can never go back. The music says so. The characters say so. The gravity of these two magnificent lead characters – the assassin and her dogged pursuer – says so. What’s up is down and what’s down is Villanelle’s stock with the shadowy Twelve.  

‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ Reportedly Won’t Have Additional Photography Or Set Up Sequels

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A new report suggests that there won’t be any additional photography for Zack Snyder’s Justice League, even though the director initially requested some for HBO Max. Furthermore, the film will end conclusively rather than set up the remainder of the planned story arc that DC Films has since moved past.

S. J. Clarkson, Marc Guggenheim, Roberto Orci Circling Sony Marvel Universe Projects

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After Venom greatly exceeded box office expectations, Sony have hit the greenlight on a number of other Marvel projects to expand their Spider-Man spin-off universe that’s tangentially connected to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. To move three separate projects forward, Sony have enlisted assistance from director S. J. Clarkson (Jessica Jones, The Defenders) and writers Marc Guggenheim (Green […]

‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Won’t Be the End of the Prehistoric Franchise

As Jurassic World: Dominion waits for the coronavirus situation to de-escalate in order to resume filming, producer Frank Marshall has offered a bit of insight into the future of the franchise.

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