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Author: J. Don Birnam

SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Director In Talks To Return for Sequel

Jon Watts wasn’t exactly a household name, or even a name among fanboys, before a few weeks ago. Before his movie about a certain arachnid superhero made waves he was best known for directing the indie movie starring Kevin Bacon called Cop Car. But now that his new movie (Spider-Man:Homecoming) –  you may have heard of it- revived a struggling superhero franchise for Sony and Marvel, execs have asked him to return to the director’s chair. THR has learned that Watts is officially scheduled to return as the director for the as of yet untitled Sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming, a movie that has...

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Ron Howard Teases Donald Glover as Lando on Set of HAN SOLO Film

Perhaps painfully aware of the bad PR hit the upcoming Han Solo origin story film took when the abrupt change of directors was announced, Lucasfilm and new director Ron Howard are asking fans to bury the hatchet and get excited about what’s to come. Howard has now posted a picture to his Instagram account in which he finally reveals something of substance about his last-minute involvement with the project, a picture of star Donald Glover, who plays a young Lando Calrissian, inside the Millennium Falcon. The Han Solo film is in an origin movie for more than just the titular character. It’s a...

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Zack Snyder Erases JUSTICE LEAGUE From Twitter Feed, Sparking Online Speculation

The speculation-fueled saga of the upcoming Justice League movie continued today folks, with the next chapter being former director (or current co-director?) Zack Snyder removing references to that DCEU film from both his profile picture and banner on his Twitter account. Let us recap: first we broke the news that Warner Bros. was planning extensive reshoots on the picture, and then we found out that Snyder was out and pal Joss Whedon had taken over both for the reshoots and post-production. Later we learned that Zack Snyder had left the project to deal with the horrific untimely death of his daughter. The question...

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First Trailer for Franco and Rogen’s THE DISASTER ARTIST Is Released

The cult film The Room is considered by many the “worst movie ever made,” and masters of spoof James Franco and Seth Rogen are in set to release a film that focuses on the making of that picture and on its protagonists. Now, in a newly released trailer for The Disaster Artist, we see Franco as the director, writer, and star of the film, Tommy Wiseau, attempting dozens of times unsuccessfully to get some simple lines right, and imagining how it is that the now-iconic line from the film, “Oh, hi Mike,” may have come into existence. Mike, of course, is the character played...

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FILM REVIEW: GIRLS TRIP Is A Laugh-Out-Loud, Good Time of A Voyage

In one sense, the upcoming female comedy flick Girls Trip is but a redo of movies you have seen the world over, a sassy but trite combination of Sex and the City, The Hangover, and even the recently released Rough Night. In another sense, however, the movie is so much better than some of the predecessors that spawned it, be it because of an outrageous and hysterical performance by the mostly unknown Tiffany Haddish or, more likely, because the movie has a subtle sincerity about it, a genuine touch that is always conspicuously absent from this at-times thankless genre....

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