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  1. JohnC

    Paddington 2

    I didn't realise they were making a sequel, but people did like the first. Coming 10 November. Hugh Grant and Brendan Gleeson have joined the cast.
  2. http://deadline.com/2018/03/robert-downey-jr-the-voyage-of-doctor-dolittle-rami-malek-kumail-nanjiani-craig-robinson-1202354251/ Universal have started shooting this live action and animated movie in London. Seems to have quite a cast. Due out in a little over a year, 12 April 2019. Live action stars include Robert Downey Jr. as Dolittle, plus Antonio Banderas, Michael Sheen, Harry Collett and Jim Broadbent. Then doing voice work are Ralph Fiennes, Emma Thompson, Tom Holland, Selena Gomez, Marion Cotillard, Octavia Spencer, Kumail Nanjiani, Rami Malek, Craig Robinson, John Cena, Carmen Ejogo and Frances De La Tour. I don't think I ever did see the entirety of the Rex Harrison one. And I forgot there were Eddie Murphy ones.
  3. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/netflix-lands-jordan-peele-keegan-michael-key-stop-motion-film-henry-selick-1094475 Netflix are financing Henry Selick's next stop-motion movie. Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key play the title characters, demon brothers facing their arch-enemy to try to earn their way out of hell.
  4. JohnC

    Extreme Universe

    Netflix have done a deal for the Extreme Studios comics. I don't know much, or anything really, about them, but it was apparently later known as Awesome Comics too before closing. They were a studio from Deadpool's Rob Liefield. Alan Moore was involved too for a while. Akiva Goldsman will be setting up a writers room for the series of connected movies. Characters have very 90s names like Bloodstrike, Bloodwulf, Cybrid and Re-Gex, among others.
  5. JohnC

    Past Midnight

    http://deadline.com/2018/03/netflix-scores-vigilante-superhero-feature-from-rick-famuyiwa-tj-fixman-with-keanu-reeves-in-talks-to-star-1202307469/ Another Netflix movie. This time about a new kind of vigilante superhero. Though for now they're not saying what's new about him. Keanu Reeves is in talks to star. Produced by the Russo brothers. It's directed by Dope director Rick Famuyiwa and written by TJ Fixman (AKA Todd Fixman), who has written, er, a bunch of Ratchet & Clank games and its movie, as well as the Resistance 2 game. Though apparently some other movies which haven't been made yet too.
  6. J.J. Abrams producing a sci-fi thriller with Paramount, to be directed by Nigerian director Julius Onah. David Oyelowo, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, John Krasinski and Elizabeth Debicki already signed on and Daniel Bruhl in final negotiations. It's about a bunch of people on a space station who conduct an experiment and they accidentally cause Earth to disappear. How embarrassing. But then a space shuttle appears and, depending on which source you read, they must determine if they are friend or foe or it challenges all they know about the fabric of reality. Maybe both fit in. Sounds like potential for something good, I just hope it lives up to it. It's due to come out in February 2017.
  7. JohnC

    The Kitchen

    Another DC (via Vertigo) comicbook movie, though not a superhero one this time. Part of their post-Wonder Woman female push, starring Melissa McCarthy and Tiffany Haddish. Despite those names, it's supposed to be a gritty crime drama rather than comedy. Written and directed by Andrea Berloff, who wrote Straight Outta Compton, Blood Father and World Trade Centre. Set in 70s Hell's Kitchen, New York, Irish mob bosses have been rounded up by the FBI. While they are away, their wives take over and are more ruthless than they ever were.
  8. Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson are to play the men who killed Bonnie and Clyde, Texas Ranger Frank Hamer and ex-partner Maney Gault. It was originally in development at Universal long enough ago that Paul Newman and Robert Redford were to star. Netflix eventually got it from them and shooting has begun. It'll also feature Kathy Bates, John Carroll Lynch, Kim Dickens, Thomas Mann and William Sadler.
  9. Yep, that above is the official title of the sequel. Eggsy and Merlin head to the US version of Kingsman, Statesman. Headed by a "swaggering, sharpshooting cowboy" called Jack and Halle Berry's Ginger. Lead villain, Poppy, played by Julianne Moore. Vaughn was unsure about directing as he was worried about the villain and these movies rely on the villain a lot, but he woke up one morning with what he thinks is a good villain plot. Some concept art
  10. Maybe nothing will come of it, but QT is working with JJ Abrams and Paramount to develop a Star Trek movie idea of his, which he might direct. http://deadline.com/2017/12/quentin-tarantino-star-trek-movie-jj-abrams-1202220032/
  11. JohnC

    The Hurricane Heist

    I Can't Believe It's Not An Asylum Sy-Fy Special! Directed by Rob Cohen, which they make a point of saying directed The Fast & The Furious and xXx. Some people steal $600m from a mint during a category 5 hurricane. Some other people try to stop them during a category 5 hurricane. It gets a bit windy.
  12. JohnC

    Doctor Sleep

    I wasn't aware there was a sequel novel to The Shining, but this is a movie version of it. It follows Danny Torrance, now in his 40s, and suffering anger and alcohol issues. And psychic powers. Akiva Goldsman originally wrote a script, but it's being rewritten and directed by Mike Flanagan, director of Oculus and the recent Netflix Gerald's Game.
  13. It's from a couple of weeks ago, but Ed Neumeier claims MGM has him working on a new sequel. Not a sequel to the remake, but the original. Not even 2 or 3, but the actual original.
  14. FishyFish

    Stephen King's It - 2017

    I think these have been on the cards for a while, but it looks like production is moving forward. While the 2 movie plan for It sounds pretty good, I'm not sure (despite the novel's length) that The Stand can sustain four movies. http://screenrant.com/stephen-king-it-movies-2015-2016-director/
  15. JohnC

    Dear Dictator

    Michael Caine must have some bills to pay. He plays a Communist dictator who becomes pen pals with an American high school girl (Odeya Rush). He gets overthrown and goes on the run, to her. Not creepy at all. Also features Katie Holmes, Jason Biggs and Seth Green. Out in the US on 16 March. Presumably a very limited theatrical presence as it's on VoD the same day and on DVD 24 April.
  16. There's been various bits in different X-Men threads, but doesn't seem to have its own thread. Anyway, Channing Tatum has been attached to this since what feels like the dawn of time, as well as directors coming and going. But Deadpool and Logan's successes have put a renewed effort into it. Now Gore Verbinski is in charge and it's even got a release date, 14 February 2019. But it's being written by Josh Zetumer, who wrote the turd Robocop and Patriots Day, which I had no interest in so don't know how it turned out.
  17. Sony are embarking on a 5 film shared universe based on Valiant comics Harbinger and Bloodshot. The first will be Bloodshot, due 2019. Vin Diesel is in talks to play the titular character. They're going for a hard R rating. Supposedly tonally and aesthetically influenced by the likes of Robocop, Terminator and Total Recall. The originals, not remakes and later sequels. Dave Wilson, Tim Miller's partner, is attached to direct. Eric Heisserer writing. Oscar nominated for Arrival, but also wrote The Thing sequel.
  18. JohnC

    A Monster Calls

    This might have potential
  19. They're bringing T2 back to cinema next year, but it's in 3D.
  20. DukeOfEarlsfield

    A Wrinkle In Time - March 2018

    Directed by Ava DuVernay, adapted from the 1960's sci-fi book by Madeleine L'Engle. I haven't read the book but it seems it has quite a passionate following. Quite like the look of the trailer. Ava DuVernay's last two films have been fantastic so I'm hoping it's in the same league as those.
  21. JohnC

    Multiple Man

    Fresh from starring with himself in The Deuce, James Franco will again star with himself in Multiple Man. Some guy who can make clones of himself. He's a Marvel character they get to use from the X-Men rights. It'll be written by Wonder Woman writer Allan Heinberg.
  22. Less walking in the air, more killing in the snow. Michael Fassbender, Rebecca Ferguson, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Toby Jones and J.K. Simmons star in an adaptation of a book by Norwegian writer Jo Nesbø. Fassbender is the dubiously named detective Harry Hole, investigating a serial killer. Directed by Tomas Alfredson (Let the Right One In, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy). Released in UK on 13 October and US on 20 October.
  23. JohnC

    The Talisman

    Just for a change, someone's making a Stephen King (and Peter Straub) adaptation. Josh Boone is writing, and maybe directing, for Amblin. He's also doing King's The Stand (though that's on hold right now) and Revival. It's about a boy going to a parallel world to find a talisman to save his mother. It was originally going to be a mini-series, but they're doing a movie instead. I've seen mention that it could be a bit much for a movie and it would have been better off as a mini-series?
  24. FishyFish

    The New Mutants

    Couldn't see a dedicated thread for this. Apologies if there is one.
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