I get the broad strokes of Birdman. Washed-up superhero actor attempting a comeback. Aside from that, not really sure. And I don’t fucking care. It looks beautiful.
When things heat up, they fucking heat up! Hot off the heels of Tarantino’s confirmation that The Hateful Eight will be a thing comes a poster for the flick! Here’s a fucking plot synopsis, too!
Okay, okay, okay. Let’s all move on from whining about Edgar Wright’s departure. Let’s all say the Serenity Prayer, burn our pre-made Ant-Man t-shirts, and look towards the future. ‘Cause that is what Edgar Wright is seemingly doing. And it’s what he’d want from us. (On top of burning our Ant-Man t-shirts.)
I really enjoyed Pacific Rim. I never thought the movie would receive a genuine sequel, instead having a new installment banished to Endless Wind Cycle of Speculation. Well – I’m wrong again
Looks like Shane Black has found his next landing spot after helming Iron Man 3 last year. The son of a bitch appears set to tackle a Predator reboot. And while I’d generally roll my eyes at the premise, it’s hard to deny Black’s talent.
That Trekkin’ Stars‘ third flick has a release date, with Paramount announcing a cavalcade of 2016 releases. Cool! And stuff! However as much as I am excited (?) to see Roberto Orci’s directorial debut, I’m more staggered at the fact that there’s a Hansel and Gretel 2 in the works. I never saw the film, but I just sort of assumed it was a turd-splash in the vomit-pot.
Sonic The Hedgehog is getting itself into the movie game, courtesy of Sony Pictures People. My knee jerk reaction is to shit down the back of this news’ shirt, but the Lego Movie happened and now I hesitate to talk shit. About any property being optioned. (But this is going to suck, right?) Still though. Furry. Brimping. C’mon.
Sigourney Weaver has been spittin’ the word that she’s returning to the Avatar Universe in the sequels for a while now. Most wondered how the fuck she would, since she died in the original flick. Like didn’t flowers eat her up and shit? Man — Avatar. That fucking movie was real, and people actually paid for it. Goodness gracious. Anyways, Jimmy Cameron found a way around her death in the original movie. Just give her a new character to portray.
Looks like momentum is picking up on the Hail Caesar! front. The Coen Brothers’ have cast two faces familiar to their enterprises to hold it down in the upcoming flick. And frankly the amount of bonerfiying sexiness between the two of them may break me.
Nicolas Winding Refn has made clear what his next movie is going to be. Shirtless Ryan Gosling: Brood and Smolder 2 – The Boogie Down Connection. At least that’s how I imagine it going. Instead it’s going to be some horror flick. Which I guess is almost as cool.