Jamie Lee Curtis is arguably the most iconic scream queen of time, and horror fans were thrilled to see her once again play Laurie Strode in 2018’s Halloween movie. Two more sequels were quickly ordered, and Halloween Kills is in the can. While fans wait, Andi Matichak has offered a reason to stay excited for the sequel, as it’ll mean more of Curtis being her outstanding self. Matichak recently described her work ethic on the previous film, saying:
The wild nature of comic book movie rumors is sometimes outweighed by the way those rumors are sometimes confirmed. Take, for instance, the persistent rumors that Spider-Man: No Way Home will be a multiversal story that sees Tom Holland meeting up with both Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s variants of the famed Marvel Web-Slinger. Previously, it sounded like those rumors were simply wishful thinking; though there’s been a slow drip of happenings, past and present, that seemed to support that the matter wasn’t entirely closed. But now, thanks to the official social media feed of Twitter, that possibility might have just been confirmed.
Depending on the character Ana de Armas is playing, as well as whether or not the most expensive Netflix film production to date does well with audiences, there’s a shot that after No Time To Die, she’ll have an even longer stay in the world of combative spies. So all of the action training from that film, as well as this other project in the works, is going to be of particularly good use for a gig that could become a long-term enterprise. Then again, nothing is certain in the world of entertainment, and it could all be a fun footnote in Ana de Armas’ career overall.
Despite Hollywood being shut down for most of 2020, Ryan Reynolds has been consistently working on one film after another. The Adam Project is just the latest film the actor had been filming. In the film, Reynolds got to share the screen with Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Garner and Zoe Saldana. The actor took to his Instagram to signal the end of filming on the upcoming sci-fi film. In usual Ryan Reynolds fashion, the actor decided to show off his trademark humor by addressing his co-stars as their MCU characters. Check out Reynolds’ sweet and funny post below:
Luckily for Fast & Furious fans, F9 hasn’t been pushed back too far on the theatrical calendar. It was previous slated to race into theaters on May 28, but now it will arrive on June 25, so you’ll only have to wait an extra month to reunite with Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto and the gang… provided there aren’t more delays, of course. Minions: The Rise of Gru, on the other hand, has been significantly delayed. Having once been set to drop on July 3, 2020, the second Minions movie was moved to July 2, 2021 in the wake of the pandemic, and now we’ll have to wait yet another year for it since it’s been re-slotted for July 2, 2022.
I mean, how cool is that? While the footage of Ben Affleck might be limited in this brief clip, it’s accompanied by the voices of various Justice League characters. Add in the appearance of Black Suit Superman, and this clip will definitely get fans excited about the Snyder Cut’s impending release.
The above video comes to us from Zack Snyder’s personal Twitter page. The filmmaker has been consistently hyping up the movie’s impending release, especially now that’s completed and ready for the masses. Snyder didn’t accept a paycheck for his hours of additional footage and editing, that way he could maintain full creative control. And there’s plenty of new concepts being added to Justice League this time around.
Zack Snyder’s Justice League will be available exclusively on HBO Max. You can use this link to sign up for the streaming service.
The clip opens on Ben Affleck’s Batman, doing what the hero does best: brooding. As he slowly becomes more visible, various other characters from the Snyder Cut heard. First up is Ray Fisher aka Cyborg, who admits that he didn’t think Gotham’s Protector was real. After hearing more familiar voices like Alfred and Wonder Woman, things truly get interesting.
The next voice is one we haven’t heard yet, claiming they’ve come for their “great prize.” This could seemingly be Darkseid, who is set to make his live-action debut in Zack Snyder’s Justice League. Alternatively it could be Steppenwolf of Desaad. The villains keep on coming as Jesse Eisenberg’s Lex Luthor is heard offering up Batman to someone.
More to come…
The piece, entitled “Tower of the Koutoubia Mosque,” was actually painted by the late British Prime Minster Winston Churchhill in 1943. As Page Six caught wind of the story of its sale, the piece bought by Brad Pitt for $2.95 million in 2011 has now been offloaded by Angelina Jolie for the record breaking sum of $11.5 million, as of earlier this week. The cause of the sale was not disclosed, but whatever the case may be, Jolie has flipped this rare work of art for a hell of a return. Though we have to wonder, what exactly would replace this piece on the walls of her current dwelling?
Jason Kilar’s comments from a conference last Thursday (via THR) are interesting because they’re so vague. Still, with Fantastic Beasts 3 currently filming and an HBO Max show in development, it almost seems strange to look to the future. That is, unless there’s an exciting new project like a Harry Potter sequel in the works.
As previously mentioned, the upcoming Harry Potter TV show is being developed for HBO Max. You can use this link to sign up for the streaming service.
In the case of Moxie, Amy Poehler was clearly driven by spreading its important and powerful message about the impact of institutionalized sexism in modern teenage life. Based on the novel of the same name by author Jennifer Mathieu, the film stars Hadley Robinson as Vivian, a shy 16-year-old who finds inspiration from her mother (Poehler) and a bold new classmate (Alycia Pascual-Pena) to start a feminist revolution at her high school via a self-published zine. Lauren Tsai co-stars as Vivian’s best friend, Claudia, and the supporting cast includes Ike Barinholtz, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Sabrina Haskett, Sydney Park, Josie Totah, Nico Hiraga, and Marcia Gay Harden.
Coming 2 America is one of 2021’s anticipated films. But the anticipation was somewhat dampened over fans’ reaction to the film’s PG-13 rating. Along with the original cast’s return and new additions, Craig Brewer took over the director’s chair for John Landis, who directed the original Coming to America. Despite reservations over the PG-13 rating, Brewer explained why he’s happy about the sequel’s rating.