Warner Premiere already did a direct-to-video, animated feature film that played with this story a bit, but it was truncated for the DC Universe 70-minute format. Really exploring and fleshing out the story, including possibly incorporating the Brother Eye satellite into it as a way of keeping that possibility open for a sequel, would be a fascinating way of working around the fact that this movie will have to do so many things. For all intents and purposes, it would not only show why Batman is so formidable in a crowd of people with powers and abilities far beyond those of mortal men—but it would all but eliminate the need for any “real” villain in the film, leaving more screen time for the League members who have to be introduced in this film since Warner Brothers doesn’t appear as though they’re using the Marvel method of building to the film with other, smaller films first. … [Read more...] about Justice League Movies: What Stories From the Comics Could Work?
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This all comes days after one of the giant stunts got caught on film. The Internet went wild reacting to some of that classic stunt work happening out in the open. Two stunt performers took a leap off a skyscraper with the requisite harnesses. So, some of the effects on the upcoming film are happening for real. Warner Bros. is very excited for the return to the Matrix franchise. … [Read more...] about The Matrix 4 Filming Causes Explosive Damage in San Francisco
Toby Stephens has made waves in televsion over the last couple of years with his starring role on Black Sails. His portrayal of Captain Flint has impressed many producers, and critics, in the industry, and has turned the actor into a very marketable talent. He was also recently featured in the Michael Bay film, 13 Hours. … [Read more...] about Lost In Space Remake Adds Toby Stephens And Maxwell Jenkins To Cast
It would be easy to think that The Invisible Man opening to similar, or slightly lower, box office than The Mummy would be another sign for panic, but when you look at the numbers it'll actually be a huge success. The Mummy was produced on a reported budget of $195 million, and even though it did well in the international box office it ended up losing the studio about $95 million according to Deadline. … [Read more...] about The Invisible Man Tracking for Opening Weekend to Rival The Mummy
Branden Cook, Lincoln Younes, and Ruby Cruz have been tapped to lead the new pilot for The Lost Boys from The CW. Heather Mitchell (Scandal, Still Star-Crossed) and Rob Thomas (Veronica Mars, iZombie) will produce the series, which is based on the popular 1987 movie of the same name. Around the time Thomas was wrapping production on iZombie and heading to Hulu to do a new season of Veronica Mars, the buzzy Lost Boys had lost steam, and the pilot never got off the ground. This is its second iteration, because while the original pitch might not have been exactly what The CW was looking for, the network liked the talent involved and the idea of capitalizing on the popular property. … [Read more...] about The CW’s New The Lost Boys Pilot Finds Its Leads