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The James Bond sweepstakes has taken an unexpected turn. While Warner Bros. remains in the lead to land film distribution rights to the megafranchise — whose deal with Sony expired after 2015’s Spectre — a couple of unlikely suitors have emerged that also are in hot pursuit: Apple and Amazon.
The tech giants are willing to spend in the same ballpark as Warners, if not much more, for the rights, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter. MGM has been looking for a deal for more than two years, and Sony, Universal and Fox also had been pursuing the property, with Warners and Sony the most aggressive.
One of my favorite parts of Justice League was the awesome Batman opening action scene. In my Twitter review, I wrote that it was a scene that only Zack Snyder could deliver, because it felt very Zack Snyder… but I was wrong! Holt McCallany, who played the thug that Batman took out in that scene, […]
Over the weekend, some of Zack Snyder’s deleted scenes leaked online, leaving fans wondering how much different his version of the movie was than the one that hit theaters. The Hollywood Reporter caught up with Justice League cinematographer Fabian Wagner, who endorsed Snyder’s version of the movie and spoke a bit about it.
Captain Marvel is just a few months away from principal photography, which means the casting news will be flowing steadily from here on out. Ben Mendelsohn recently joined the cast as the film’s villain and now Variety reports that Jude Law is in negotiations to play Dr. Walter Lawson, a.k.a. Mar-Vell, a.k.a. the original Captain Marvel (or Captain […]
Superhero News examines the disappointing start at the box office for Justice League, the movie’s bleak financial prospects going forward, and what it means for the future of the DC Films universe. Be sure to subscribe to Superhero News on YouTube for the latest videos. Subscribe iTunes Google Play SoundCloud Stitcher RSS ABOUT THE AUTHORSean […]
Aquaman director James Wan saw the Hollywood Reporter piece and replied on Twitter saying, “Fret not, no ‘air bubbles for dialogue’ in my underwater world.” It sounds like the director has figured out a better way to have the characters talk while underwater. What that solution looks like remains to be seen, but hopefully we’ll […]
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