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it’s said that Teller, Mara and Jordan have been amongst Trank’s picks all the while, Bell is reportedly a newer consideration.
I remember kids playing this when I was younger, but I did not realize it was still a thing people are into and want to see more of, but clearly I’m wrong here.
I know this came up and then belly flopped just recently, but I thought you’d want to know….
Bryan Singer Working With X2 Writers On X-Men Apocalypse (And A New, “Mutants In Time” Marvel Comic)
Bryan Singer is into the X-world right up to his neck.
If Star Wars succeeds in this next, Disney-powered generation, Kinberg will be due some of the credit. Of course, there’s a flip side to that equation too…
It’s about a retired superhero who goes back into space for one final adventure.
Scott, Gordon and Kinberg have a lot to live up to, to say the least.
I’ve been doing some digging, and asking around to see what I could find out about Fox’s X-plans. Certain things started to come into focus, but nothing became really clear until yesterday.
Fox have called on yet another writer to redraft their upcoming Fantastic Four movie. Josh Trank remains attached to direct, but don’t be surprised to see the March 2015 release date pushed back.
There aren’t any specific plot or character details here. We’re talking about something a bit more nebulous, easier to promise and perhaps harder to deliver – but nonetheless, ultimately more important.
Quotes from all and sundry. And all’s dog and sundry’s mother.
There’s more to new Star Wars than the main saga, and Lucasfilm are planning for it already.
Do we have another downbeat middle chapter coming our way?
Singer tweets about Jack the Giant Slayer and Days of Future Past.
Jane Goldman is typically candid about a couple of upcoming projects.
The Osterman Weekend is one of the Sam Peckinpah pictures it’s okay to remake (well, I think it’s okay to remake them all, but I know some people are sentimental about these things). One reason this would get the nod, …
Out on February 10th is The Woman in Black, an adaptation of Susan Hill’s phenomenally successful ghost story by screenwriter Jane Goldman and director James Watkins. Before then (as soon as the embargo lapses) I’ll be bringing you a great …
Fox are said to have just closed the deal for Matthew Vaughn to direct a sequel to X-Men: First Class. Deadline‘s report has it that Bryan Singer will return to produce, and Simon Kinberg is writing the screenplay, as previously …