In his comments, Luke Hemsworth mentions being an Australian, just like OG Wolverine actor Hugh Jackman. While his talents as an actor and experience with action in Westworld would qualify him for a superhero role, his heritage is the icing on the cake. Especially since Batman isn’t up for grabs thanks to Robert Pattinson.
After Home Alone, Macaulay Culkin appeared in various movie and TV projects throughout the 90s, like My Girl, The Good Son, and The Pagemaster, but as he grew older, he took longer breaks in-between projects. Despite the long stretches, he still maintained his celebrity status as the kid who terrorized the burglars played by Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern that invaded his home.
Well, this is exciting. The development stage for The Batman was a long one, but it looks like that time with the material might have helped Matt Reeves’ vision for the blockbuster. He’s clearly thought out every facet of his Gotham City, and the movie’s firs trailer teases that unique take on the material. Unfortunately, the wait for The Batman is going to take longer than expected.
After its release, The Batman will get a prequel series on HBO Max. You can use this link to sign up for the streaming service.
Leave it to Adam Sandler to give his characters over-the-top quirks that make an actor’s job just a little bit harder. In Hubie Halloween, Kevin James’ likes to wear sunglasses, including at night. As you can imagine, that would make things hard to see. So when CinemaBlend’s own Jeff McCobb asked Kevin James if that little detail was scripted or not, Kevin James confirmed it was all Adam Sandler, but also admitted it made filming tough:
Each Spider-Man movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far has seen Tom Holland’s Peter Parker working alongside some Marvel heavy hitters. Iron Man popped in and out during Spider-Man: Homecoming, and Nick Fury and Maria Hill recruited the Web-Slinger during Spider-Man: Far From Home. Well, the yet-to-be-officially-titled Spider-Man 3 will keep this trend going, as word’s come in that Doctor Strange will take part in the threequel.
Due to ongoing health concerns, voting for the upcoming election is more varied, and there are some voters whose plan includes voting by mail. But there are ways you can make an error in this process, depending on your state’s particular rules. As such, a group of celebs have gotten in into their birthday suits in order to help educate. Check it out below.
Finn Wolfhard voiced the role of Pugsley Addams in the first movie, but today it was announced that Javon “Wanna” Walton, of Euphoria and Utopia, would be taking on the role in the sequel. In addition, Bill Hader will be joining the film voicing a brand new character. The only thing revealed about the character was the name Cyrus. While Finn Wolfhard won’t be reprising his role of Pugsley, the rest of the voice cast, which includes Oscar Isaac, Charlize Theron, Bette Midler, and more are all confirmed to be returning.
The general set up of The High Republic is that it will be set a few hundred years before the events of the prequels, where, as the title suggests, the Galactic Republic, and by association, the Jedi Order, is at the height of its strength. As the story begins, there are no major threats facing the Republic, of course, it wouldn’t be a very exciting story if that remained the same, and so the text crawl, which one assumes will appear in some of the first High Republic books, teases readers that something new is on the way. Check it out.
Ryan Reynolds comments come from a recent press event for his new movie Free Guy, which was attended CinemaBlend’s own Sean O’Connell. Eventually the conversation turned to his brief tenure as a DC character, and the actor’s penchant for joking publicly about Green Lantern. Deadpool 2 famously saw Wade Wilson going back in time to kill Ryan Reynolds with the movie’s script in his hands. It’s a shocking button on the already outrageous credits sequence, and proved how willing the actor was to make of himself.
It remains one of the greatest films ever produced. Orson Welles’ Citizen Kane, a movie about media mogul William Randolph Hurst that introduced the film industry to a revolutionary new storyteller and redefined how movies were shot for decades. You wouldn’t trust the story behind Citizen Kane to just any old director, which is why it brings me immense pleasure to report that genius David Fincher and Gary Freaking Oldman are teaming up for Mank, a movie about screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz and his battles against Welles over Citizen Kane credits. Studio intrigue from Hollywood’s Golden Age? Sign us up!