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  1. The new one from Paul Thomas Anderson. Lightening up a bit after There Will Be Blood and The Master. Trailer has shades of the Big Lebowski, or at least suggests it might be another worthy entry in the canon of stoned detective movies. Limited release Dec 2014, wider release Jan 2015.
  2. Having made vast fortunes off Riverdance and Lord of the Dance, Michael Flatley self-financed, wrote, directed and stars in Blackbird. I suppose with that much money, the midlife crisis motorbike doesn't cut it. It's some sort of spy thriller, which also stars Eric Roberts and Patrick Bergin, who are proven to be willing to appear in any old shite, though sometimes are the best things in them. Well, as good an excuse as any to dress up and drive an E-Type around the Caribbean.
  3. https://deadline.com/2018/06/will-ferrell-netflix-eurovision-screen-comedies-in-trouble-adam-sandler-chris-rock-1202412396/ Netflix have signed up Will Ferrell for a comedy movie set around the Eurovision Song Contest. Written by Ferrell and Andrew Steele, writer of Saturday Night Live and Funny or Die stuff, as well as the recent spoof commentary of the Harry/Markle wedding with Ferrell and Kristen Wiig.
  4. This could be a disaster or crazy enough to be glorious. A music themed film with some Hitchhiker's Guide tones about the Metagalactic Grand Prix. Obviously, that's the musical contest which arose from a big galactic war. Those who do well are revered and those who do badly get their entire race wiped out. Sounds like a galactic high-stakes dance-off. Earth stumble across this and for some reason decide to enter in the name of diplomacy.
  5. I thought I'd made a thread on this before, but I can't find anything. Anyway, Todd McFarlane is writing and directing a new Spawn movie. It's being produced by Blumhouse, who are responsible for the low-budget but high-earning Paranormal Activity, The Visit and Get Out movies. It's due next year. He's not impressed with the R-rated nature of Deadpool and Logan and wants to show us what R-rated really is. He wants to go full nasty, creepy and messed up. I hope that's not code for grimdark.
  6. Paramount and MGM are rebooting Death Wish. Supposed to be closer to the novel than the original. The script was originally written by Joe Carnahan with further drafts by Dan Gilroy and Graham Yost. Directed by Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado (Big Bad Wolves). Oh, and Bruce Willis is the new Charles Bronson. Let's hope it isn't Bruce "Can't give a fuck" Willis of his recent career.
  7. https://www.google.ie/amp/variety.com/2017/tv/news/fahrenheit-451-michael-b-jordan-michael-shannon-hbo-1202390676/amp/ HBO Films are remaking Fahrenheit 451 with Michael B Jordan and Michael Shannon. Based on the Ray Bradbury book. Most are probably at least vaguely familiar with the story, set in a world where books are burned by "firemen". Jordan plays Montag, a young fireman, and Shannon plays Beatty, his captain and mentor.
  8. Another Hunchback adaptation, this time from Netflix. With a large helping of Idris Elba, who will produce, direct, make original music and star as Quasimodo. It'll be a modern re-telling.
  9. A remake of the famed 70s blaxploitation movie. Instead of Harlem, it's Atlanta. Instead of Curtis Mayfield, it's Future. Directed by Director X, who has directed a lot of music videos.
  10. Not a lot of detail on this one yet. It's existence seems to have come to light when actress/singer Nina Bergman made a tweet about going to Bulgaria to shoot it. Universal only commented that it's being handled by Universal 1440 Entertainment, who do non-theatrical stuff, ie. direct to DVD or streaming. Don't know if it's a non-theatrical sequel to the previous one like those Death Race ones, or something new inspired by the newer game.
  11. JohnC

    MASK

    Paramount and F. Gary Gray are turning the 80's toys into a movie. They're looking at it being a franchise. Also, "a contemporary subculture movie with a youth empowerment angle." In the meantime, have this
  12. https://www.dccomics.com/blog/2018/04/17/breaking-news-spielberg-enters-the-world-of-dc-with-blackhawk Stevie is doing a comicbook movie for WB, though it may not be part of the Snyderverse. Blackhawk is an ace WWII fighter pilot and leader of the Blackhawk Squadron. Obviously, they fight Axis powers, as well as more comicbook style villains. I imagine WWII fighter pilots may have attracted Spielberg to this over the more usual kind of comic movie.
  13. No, it's not a movie set in that London, but a stop motion animated feature about a boy in search of his dog in Japan. Due 20th April 2018. As usual, he's put together quite a cast.
  14. 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.
  15. 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.
  16. 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.
  17. 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.
  18. 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.
  19. 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
  20. 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/
  21. 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.
  22. 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.
  23. 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.
  24. 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.
  25. 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.
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