David Fincher and ‘Deadpool’ director are teaming-up for animated anthology on Netflix. Gimme a Fuck Yeah!
Straight and to the rad-as-fuck point: David Fincher and Tim Miller are teaming-up for an adult-oriented animated anthology on Netflix.
‘Deadpool’ director Tim Miller is officially helming ‘Terminator 6’, a franchise which simply cannot die
Tim Miller is a pretty cool director. Terminator used to be a pretty cool franchise. Can the former resurrect the latter? I’m fucking skeptical, but I’m also fucking hopeful.
Neuromancer is happening, again, folks. As you may or may not know, I’ve sworn off being worried about adaptations, and telling myself if they’re good, awesome. Bonus. If they suck, no harm no foul. So I’ll say this about the Neuromancer adaptation. The biggest hurdle it faces is not looking derivative, because it’s so goddamn influential that so many properties that have ripped it off (or paid homage if you’re on the positive tip) have dropped first. That said, I like Tim Miller. A lot.
The Terminator is apparently coming back, again. Don’t know how many stalled returns for the Terminator we can all get excited for, but who the fuck knows. If it’s a good movie, will I be excited? Sure. Does James Cameron returning, in tandem with Tim Miller give it a good chance at being good? Sure.
Ah! Now I understand why Tim Miller left the Deadpool sequel. To develop and produce a Sonic The Hedgehog movie. Wait…what?
Woah. Tim Miller, the director of the original Deadpool, has left the sequel due to creative differences with Ryan Reynolds. Sort of a blow to the tits, given the two’s synergy in the original film.
SHOCKING+++ The entire crew from the highest grossing R-Rated movie of all time are returning, for a sequel which is now officially confirmed but c’mon this isn’t news.
Deadpool promotion continues on, and today on Christmas the movie received two new trailers. One green! One red band! And while I don’t really enjoy either of them, I hope you find them to be a hoot! It’s Christmas! Let’s be positive!
Well then. I was already pretty excited for Deadpool, and that was before the movie added fanboy (hi!) favorite Morena Baccarin to the mix.