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  1. So I just started watching Apollo 13 on Netflix, a film I've never seen before (or so I thought, it does feel now like I've seen it already but I can't recall anything really). I have a loooot to catch up on. I've never seen the Godfather films, nor the Alien films, or in terms of TV shows for example the Sopranos or X-Files. (This mafia and sci-fi parallel was pure coincidence just now, haha). And there are many, many more. In 2015 I finally watched Breaking Bad, and last year I saw Psycho for the first time, but generally progress is slow. What do you still need to see?
  2. JohnC

    Stan & Ollie

    Apparently there's a movie coming about Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. Starring Steve Coogan and John C Reilly. Coming on 11 January 2019. Official blurb
  3. David Chase has been persuaded to resurrect The Sopranos. But it'll be set in the 60s, around the time of the Newark Riots. It's written by Chase and Lawrence Konner. If they're revisiting it, I do like the idea of a completely different timeframe.
  4. Harsin

    Amazon Prime Video

    http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/tech/news/a552739/lovefilm-instant-to-become-amazon-prime-instant-video.html I used to be with Lovefilm, but left when they stopped renting games. At the time their streaming video service was nice as an added bonus on the subscription, but not something I'd have paid for on its own due to a poor library and apps only available on a very limted number of devices with rubbish update support. Not sure if this will tempt me away from Netflix, their original programming (House of Cards, Orange is the New Black, Arrested Development) blow away Amazon's rather uninspiring efforts in that area and without the introductory offer it's actually more expensive than Netflix (only by about £7 but still). The main argument for that price is the Amazon Prime delivery which i wouldn't particularly want. Still, more competition is good for us customers, not sure I'd want to be subscribed to two streaming services, but if they significantly improve their library I might take a look eventually.
  5. Illyria

    Mary Poppins Returns

    Mary Poppins is getting a sequel, starring Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda. The film will be directed by Rob Marshall. Click here for info on the plot. I'm almost in a state of shock. Can't believe I hadn't heard about this being in development. I will avoid this like hell and only consider watching it if it were to get an insane amount of rave reviews. This just feels wrong to me it's not like Disney ever cared for P. L. Travers and her vision, but man... Would love to be proven wrong of course. Plus, ever since seeing this, the only new Mary Poppins I accept is a Kristen Bell Mary Poppins
  6. http://deadline.com/2016/01/masters-of-the-universe-mcg-sony-pictures-1201688130/ Sony want to do this and apparently have it in "high gear". Which I assume means they are pushing for it to come sooner rather than later. Oh yeah, McG may be directing, after doing a rewrite. Sorry.
  7. James McAvoy has 23 known personalities and kidnaps three girls for some reason. Something weird about being able to manifest physical attributes for different personalities too. Like The Visit, it's also produced with Jason Blum.
  8. JohnC

    The Drone

    From the makers of Zombeavers. A serial killer transfers his consciousness into a drone before he is killed and terrorises a couple of newlyweds. (And maybe Gatwick Airport)
  9. The Coen Brothers are coming to Netflix with The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, in 2018. It's a 6 part western anthology series set in the frontiers of the American West. Each episode tells a different story, tied together by Buster Scruggs, played by Tim Blake Nelson. The Coens are writing and directing. [edit] Now a movie instead of TV series.
  10. Hnnng. From the writers of the upcoming Baywatch movie and producers of the Total Recall reboot, as well as the upcoming I Know What You Did Last Summer and Highlander reboots and the Sonic the Hedgehog movie. This is going to be great. They're supposed to be going back to the book and having nothing to do with the Verhoeven movie.
  11. JohnC

    Aladdin - Live Action

    Continuing their live action remakes of animated features, they've announced some main cast of Aladdin. Mena Massoud as Aladdin, Naomi Scott as Jasmine and Will Smith as the genie. Smith had been rumoured for the role. Guy Ritchie directing.
  12. I'm only hearing about this now, with the news it's getting an R rating. del Toro is keen to point out it is not a horror movie, despite the R rating, after people got the wrong idea about Crimson Peak. It's set in Cold War America, in the 60s. Elisa, a mute woman, works in a high security government lab (apparently as a cleaner), where she discovers a classified experiment involving an aquatic man. They fall in love. Stars Sally Hawkins (Elisa), Doug Jones (the creature, obviously), Octavia Spencer (Elisa's co-worker Zelda), Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins, and Michael Stuhlbarg. Due out 8 December.
  13. JohnC

    Creed 2

    Apparently they're making a sequel to come out next year. Sly's been dropping some unsubtle hints.
  14. Edwards is out! But it's said to be amicable. He doesn't want a third blockbuster in a row and wants to do something smaller instead. Date has also been set for 22 March 2019. With Godzilla Vs Kong following 20 May 2020. They've also got the rights to Rodan, Mothra and King Ghidorah.
  15. This Andy Serkis version was doing the rounds about the same time as Favreau's Disney version and there was doubt it would get made as a result. But WB are pushing ahead. It will supposedly have a darker tone, which the original story apparently has, in comparison to the Disney versions. There's some big names attached too. https://screenrant.com/jungle-book-andy-serkis-mowgli-synopsis/
  16. JohnC

    Marvel's Shang-Chi

    Shang-Chi movie coming. I'm not sure if this is an MCU thing, but apparently he has been an Avenger, so I assume it is. They've got an experienced Chinese-American writer and are looking for a director who is Asian or of Asian descent. The character began in 1973, but obviously is going to be updated to avoid all those old stereotypes.
  17. JohnC

    Artemis Fowl

    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/disney-harvey-weinstein-teaming-up-594999 Disney and Harvey Weinstein bury the hatchet to make a live-action movie based on the first two of the popular Artemis Fowl books. Screenplay by Michael Goldenberg, who wrote Contact, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and, er, Green Lantern... Seemed like this had been coming forever, but I see it sort of got shelved in the Weinstein split from Disney.
  18. Is there a topic for this? Comes from the producers of Drive and Nightcrawler. Love the look of J.K. Simmons, he's criminally underused talent.
  19. http://www.slashfilm.com/dumbo-live-action-remake/ Tim Burton is doing a live-action Dumbo. Well, live-action plus CG. Contain your excitement, there's more. It “will add a unique family story that parallels Dumbo’s journey.” Sounds great. I've saved the best for last. It's written by Ehren Kruger, writer of The Brothers Grimm and Transformers 2, 3 and 4.
  20. JohnC

    Overlord

    There has been a little bit mentioned about this in Cloverfield related threads. But, if JJ is to be believed, he's said at CinemaCon that this is not a Cloverfield movie. What it is, is an R-rated movie with paratroopers dropped behind enemy lines the day before D-Day and encountering the results of all sorts of Nazi experiments with the supernatural, genetic modifications and that sort of stuff. Some footage was shown and it was apparently gruesome. It's Bad Robot's first R-Rated movie. Abrams is producing rather than directing. An Aussie named Julius Avery is directing. 2014's Son of a Gun seems to be his only other feature length movie.
  21. JohnC

    Toff Guys

    Guy Ritchie returns with Toff Guys. Supposed to be in the style of Lock, Stock... and Snatch. It's old money meets the marijuana industry. So far it's got Hugh Grant, Matthew McConaughey, Kate Beckinsale, Henry Golding and Jeremy Strong. Surprisingly, it seems Hugh Grant isn't a toff, but a gossip journalist who digs into people's lives and ruins them. Jeremy Strong is a pot kingpin. Don't know the other roles yet.
  22. JohnC

    Wonder Woman 1984

    Seems to have been confirmed that the Wonder Woman sequel is named Wonder Woman 1984. Obviously, Gal Gadot is back, with Patty Jenkins directing. But Chris Pine is also back, in the 80s. Presumably copying the TV show thing of having the same actor playing the child (or grandchild in this case?) of the previous character.
  23. Del Toro plans stop-motion 'Pinocchio' Del Toro teaming up with Henson Company for a stop-motion movie. Penned by Del Toro and someone called Gris Grimley who did a version of the book in 2002. I don't know him, but maybe some of you do. Oh, and one word which seems to stand out there is necrophilia...
  24. Universal has Ryan Gosling playing Neil Armstrong in a biopic based on the book "First Man: A Life Of Neil A. Armstrong". Gosling was first choice while the script was being written and they got their man. It's being directed by Damien Chazelle, who has directed Gosling in La La Land, which is apparently going down well. Script is by Josh Singer, who won an Oscar for Spotlight. The book it's based on focuses on Armstrong between 1961 and 1969, from Navy pilot to Apollo 11.
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