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Star Ryan Reynolds, who is EW’s Entertainer of the Year, is about to return to the red leather suit as mercenary Wade Wilson for the highly anticipated sequel. “We’re just in the development stage but we’re about to move into production,” he says. Reynolds confirms that they’re currently casting for Cable and “we’re looking at” telekinetic female merc Domino as another character for the sequel.
But all has not been smooth sailing: the first film’s director, Tim Miller, recently departed the project due to reported “creative differences.” Of Miller, Reynolds tells EW, “There is not a human being on earth that worked harder on Deadpool than Tim. He’s an incredibly, incredibly talented director.”
Mattel says their new Batmobile toy is an exact replica of what fans can expect to see in Justice League, so it looks like Batman’s added a lot more fire power to his car. The toy will be available this summer for $250 and is pretty high tech! It has a real exhaust where smoke […]
TheWrap is reporting that David F. Sandberg is in talks to direct Shazam for New Line, the sister studio to Warner Bros.
The 12-inch premium figures give us our best look yet at Ben Affleck’s Batman, Henry Cavill’s Superman, Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa’s Aquaman, Ezra Miller’s Flash, and Ray Fisher’s Cyborg. Check them out in the gallery below.
See how the Oscar®-nominated visual effects team creating the incredible Mirror Dimension for Marvel’s Doctor Strange in this behind-the-scenes reel from Industrial Light & Magic. Creating new realities is no small task, which is why Doctor Strange has picked up a slew of nominations and awards for its visual effects. We will have to see if Stephane Ceretti […]
Director Jon Favreau is filling out his cast for The Lion King with an inspired choice for Simba and the only choice for Mufasa. Donald Glover has been cast as the young lion Simba and James Earl Jones will return as Simba’s father, Mufasa. Jones originally voiced Mufasa in Disney’s animated classic and that voice was […]
The Hollywood Reporter says that Reeves has exited talks with Warner Bros., though does note that negotiations could start up again once things cool down on both sides. No word on what the two sides are disagreeing over at this time.