I was making the headline how Alden Ehrenreich was confirmed as Han Solo for Solo film… and realized how odd that sounded. It’s been believed for months that Ehrenreich had the role for the stand-alone Han Solo film (that sounds better), but it was confirmed today at the Star Wars Celebration. The announcement was made […]
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story may have a difficult road ahead as Page Six claims the project will “go into expensive reshoots over the summer” to align the film with Disney‘s vision for it. The film, staring Felicity Jones, Forrest Whittaker and Mads Mikkelsen is the first in Disney’s ambitious plan to create a yearly […]
According to Variety, a shortlist of actors to play the young Han Solo has surfaced featuring names like Whiplash‘s Miles Teller, Ansel Elgort and Dave Franco. The search began last year for the right mixture of swagger and goofball charm to bring a young Han Solo to the screen for 2018’s untitled Star Wars story focused […]
According to the Exhibitor Relations Twitter account (via Comic Book Movie), the untitled animated Spider-Man film will come to theaters December 21st, 2018. Originally planned for release in summer of that year, the film will be helmed by The Lego Movie‘s Phil Lord and Christopher Miller. As noted by CBM, the pair have a busy […]
According to Deadline, Fox has committed to a pilot for the upcoming Greatest American Hero remake. The project, in the works for some time, is shepherded by Dope writer/director Rick Famuyiwa and directing duo Phil Lord & Chris Miller, already familiar with the work of Hero creator Stephen J. Cannell from their two films based on […]
THR is reporting that the LEGO Movie and 21 Jump Street directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord have signed on to direct/write a Star Wars stand-alone film focusing on a young Han Solo. Miller and Lord were expected to develop a Flash film for Warner Bros as well as direct the next LEGO Movie and […]
So is it really a LEGO movie if its animated? Well, the makers of The LEGO Movie says it is because each item, whether it is the buildings, the characters or even the water, is made from LEGO bricks… and this featurette including directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller shows you just how its done. [youtube]http://youtu.be/po0dmHhgsxU[/youtube]
I’m not at all surprised by this but, for the sake of crossing Ts and dotting Is, here’s the word. Coming Soon asked Phil Lord and Chris Miller if we could expect Marvel superheroes in the next Lego movie. There’s certainly enough of them in the Lego toy line. They said… probably not. But maybe. […]
It seems that the dream is over.
People have been clamoring for 21 Jump Street and The Lego Movie directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller to replace Ivan Reitman, and now it may actually happen.
Warner Bros. have marked out a May 16th 2017 release date. It's a long time for me to cross my fingers, but I'll do it.
Obviously understanding the time it's going to take to do this right, Warner Bros. have announced that their sequel to The Lego Movie won't be in US cinemas for over three years.
Well played, Warner Bros.
This year, there are two films from Phil Lord and Chris Miller. There's the R-rated, live-action 22 Jump Street and the PG, animated (mainly) Lego Movie. That kind of release pattern is called "the Spielberg."
We've seen Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman (and Abraham Lincoln, a Mutant Turtle, etc) but I think this is our first look at The Flash.
Masters of the Universe was not one of my beloved childhood cartoons, but this is a pretty awesome list.
I said Built! And it's about Lego! Built! Lego! BUILT! (Man, when you really look at it, "built" is such a strange word)
Not only does it look unique, it looks wonderful.
I love it. I love the warmth, the scale of the first few shots, the stop motion feel (even if it is only a feel) and the alround, tidy Lego-ness of it all.
That ice cream looks delicious.