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James Wan Shares Photo From The AQUAMAN Table Read

Aquaman is scheduled to begin shooting in Australia later this spring, and the team was all together today to read over the script. Director James Wan just shared a photo on Twitter of himself with Jason Momoa (Aquaman), Amber Heard (Mera), and Patrick Wilson (Ocean Master). After school detention with the new Breakfast Club. With @PrideofGypsies @patrickwilson73 and Amber. #tableread — James Wan (@creepypuppet) January 25, 2017 It’s pretty cool to see one of DC’s original characters come to life on the big screen. Especially by a Drogo. And for those wondering who Aquaman is.. The son of...

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I ran into JIGSAW at Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando last night. We had so much fun that we’re going back for more before it’s too late! Halloween Horror Nights, the nation’s premier Halloween event, puts you right into some of the most heart-pounding moments in horror history. On select nights now until November 4th, 2017, the streets of Universal Studios Florida theme park come alive with hordes of horrifying mutants, monsters and maniacs. With over 25 years of experience to draw from, nobody creates a more nightmarish Halloween event filled with truly original scares and authentic horror...

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Leaks Say 007 Marries in Next JAMES BOND Film

The ink isn’t completely dry on articles about Daniel Craig finally announcing, to Stephen Colbert, that he’d play bond one more time, and already there are leaks about the potential turns that the new film, dubbed James Bond 25 and scheduled for a 2019 release, could take. Page Six is reporting that, somewhat surprisingly, 007 will be married in the next installment. “Bond quits the secret service, and he’s in love and gets married,” said Page Six’s source. The source added that Bond’s “wife then gets killed,” bringing Bond back into action. At the end of the last film, of...

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Patty Jenkins Responds to James Cameron’s WONDER WOMAN Thoughts

Yesterday we discussed James Cameron’s comments about how he didn’t see what the big deal was with Wonder Woman, given that he had directed strong female characters without sexually objectifying them, from Ripley to Sarah Connor. Now, the comments have escalated into a mini-feud with director Patty Jenkins responding on Twitter: “James Cameron’s inability to understand what Wonder Woman is, or stands for, to women all over the world is unsurprising as, though he is a great filmmaker, he is not a woman. Strong women are great. His praise of my film Monster, and our portrayal of a strong yet damaged woman...

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James Cameron Talks About Women’s Roles After WONDER WOMAN

Much has been said to praise the fact that a female-driven (directed, acted) comic book origin movie has become the highest grossing such film of all time. In the weeks and months since Wonder Woman’s release, many have rejoiced over the arrival of the fairer sex to the mostly male-dominated genre. But for famous director James Cameron, who himself wrote and shot strong female figures at the film of many of his most successful movies, from Terminator 2, to Titanic, to Aliens, Wonder Woman isn’t all that. Speaking to the Guardian, Cameron commented: “All of the self-congratulatory back-patting Hollywood’s...

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