Kahl Drogo, a.k.a. Aquaman, a.k.a Jason Momoa sat down with the Hollywood Reporter for in interview to fill our geek hearts with joy on Justice League, Aquaman, and his new (unsurprisingly) bloody TV show ‘Frontier.’
James Gunn is in the midst of a trailer-filled few weeks. On Wednesday, Gunn debuted the first trailer for The Belko Experiment, a horror film he wrote and produced about a group of office employees forced into a deadly social experiment. Up next for Gunn is the first teaser trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy […]
David Leitch better get an appetite for chimichangas. Leitch, one half of the directing and stunt team behind the John Wick movies, has closed a deal to direct Fox’s Deadpool 2. The development occurs just weeks after Fox lost Tim Miller as the director to the X-Men spin-off sequel. Miller, who was an integral part […]
A reboot of the diminishing mutant movie series is in the works as Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine heads for retirement and a studio’s $4 billion franchise sits in flux.
Doctor Strange opened to a far better-than-expected $85 million from 3,882 theaters at the North American box office, adding another franchise to the expanding Marvel Studios and Disney superhero universe and putting the movie’s early global total at a magical $325.4 million.
Just over a week after stepping away from Deadpool, director Tim Miller has set his sights on a new gig: developing an adaptation of Sonic the Hedgehog for Sony Pictures. Miller and his longtime Blur Studio collaborator Jeff Fowler have been tapped to work on the project, on which Fowler would make his feature directorial […]
Paramount and Leonardo DiCaprio’s Appian Way Productions are teaming to recruit Captain Planet to take pollution down to zero. The studio is in talks for the rights to the 1990s cartoon series, and is eyeing Jono Matt and Scream Queens star Glen Powell to write the script.
Bill Hader is ready to get robotic for the Power Rangers reboot. The Saturday Night Live alum will play the role of Alpha 5, the good guy robot who works with the sage-like Zordon and was first introduced on the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers TV show. The official Power Rangers Twitter account announced the news […]
The Hollywood Reporter has the exclusive fist look at Mariah’s character poster, and the dark key art focuses on her political prowess. The strong and empowered woman hopes to use her position inside the law to make the Harlem community better, but will her ties to her brother and his criminal activities drag her down?
Rogue One, the first Star Wars standalone movie, will be whistling a new tune. Michael Giacchino, the composer behind such movies as the Star Trek reboot and Pixar movies ranging from The Incredibles to Inside Out, will score the upcoming movie, stepping in for Alexandre Desplat, who was originally slated to work on the movie. […]
Stan Lee is coming to the movies. Yes, the iconic co-creator of Marvel Comics characters has made countless appearances in movies but this time, it’s a slice of Lee’s life that is getting the cinematic treatment. But not in the way you might expect. Twentieth Century Fox, the studio behind the most Marvel movies after […]
Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber, the writing team behind the hit YA adaptations The Fault in Our Stars and The Spectacular Now, are working on the script for New Mutants, Fox’s X-Men spinoff. The move re-teams the duo with Josh Boone — the Fault in Our Stars filmmaker who is directing Fox’s take on […]
When Marvel Studios needed a writer to whip up some additional last-minute scenes for its latest comic book movie, Doctor Strange, it called on one writer in Hollywood you would least expect: Dan Harmon, co-creator of Community, the beloved but ratings-anemic sitcom about a bunch of community college misfits that was canceled by NBC in […]
Captain Marvel is slowly zeroing in on a director. Niki Caro, Lesli Linka Glatter and Lorene Scafaria are on the shortlist for the highly-coveted job of helming Marvel Studio’s first female-centric superhero movie, several sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.
Doug Liman is no longer directing Gambit. The Mr. and Mrs. Smith director has moved off Twentieth Century Fox’s X-Men spin-off, which still has Channing Tatum attached to star. Insiders tell The Hollywood Reporter the studio is still intent on starting production in January and has Josh Zetumer on writing duties. A source describes split […]
Yet if the villain team-up ultimately works — and it has drawn some harsh early reviews — it will be in spite of the kind of behind-the-scenes drama that is becoming typical for giant franchise movies that now are the main focus of the studio business: a production schedule engineered to meet an ambitious release […]