It’s day one of TCA (the Television Critics Association press tour), and first on the docket is Netflix. We’re bringing you a rundown of all the latest news from the event: Continue reading Radar Watch: TCA: Netflix Announces Premiere Dates and More!
Marvel’s latest film Ant-Man is currently the talk of the town with $24.8 million at the box office this week, earning it a spot again at no. 1. But next up for the beloved comic book movie studio will be Captain America: Civil War, followed by the introduction of Doctor Strange and the sequel to last year’s hit Guardians of the Galaxy.
The summer of 2017 will then see the return of Spider-Man in his own movie, though the famous web-slinger is actually set to make his first appearance in Captain America 3. British actor Tom Holland recently landed the coveted role, becoming the first person to play the fan-favorite character within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Director Jon Watts (Clown, Cop Car) was also announced at …
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While many other sci-fi classics like Total Recall and RoboCop continue to regularly be rebooted for new audiences, there’s one other project set in the future that still hasn’t managed to see the light of day. Warner Bros. has been trying unsuccessfully to remake the 1976 movie Logan’s Run (based on the 1967 novel by William F. Nolan) for the past 15 years.
It all started back in 2000, when Skip Woods (Sabotage) entered negotiations to write and direct a new adaptation that would be closer to the book than the original movie. But Woods was never officially hired, and Bryan Singer (X-Men) was then brought in to helm another version for the studio. Screenwriter Dan Harris …
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Marvel’s newest comic book movie Ant-Man had a bit of a rough time getting to the big screen. After years in development, director Edgar Wright suddenly dropped out of the project just as filming was about to get underway, only to be replaced by Peyton Reed. Script revisions later delayed the movie even further, and many critics and fans feared the worst. But now the box office and reviews are finally in and Ant-Man has emerged as a small hit for the studio.
Yet changes on the film during production didn’t stop there. With the announcement of Captain America: Civil War in early 2014, Reed ended up needing to incorporate some foreshadowing in his movie for the next film …
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Ezra Miller seemingly came onto the scene out of nowhere with Stephen Chbosky’s 2012 coming-of-age drama The Perks of Being a Wallflower. The truth is, though, his rise to the top was the result of six years of hard work on various TV shows and indie movies. And Miller’s upward mobility hasn’t stopped since, as late last year the actor landed the highly coveted role of The Flash in DC’s Cinematic Universe. Now he’s up for another big part in a major box office franchise.
Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them has been the talk of the town from the time the movie was first announced a little more …
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Tom Holland Is Marvel and Sony’s New Spider-Man
A brand new Spider-Man will be swinging into theaters on Jul. 28, 2017 — and he’ll be played by British actor Tom Holland (The Impossible). Marvel announced the news today after months of speculation and screen tests that pit most of young hollywood against each other for the coveted role of Peter Parker. Marvel also announced that Jon Watts (Cop Car) will direct the upcoming film. Spider-Man is expected to first appear in next year’s Captain America: Civil War. Continue reading Radar Watch: Tom Holland Is Marvel’s New Spider-Man and More!