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Saturday, February 25, 2017
Friday, February 24, 2017
Monster movie craze commences on March 10 with the worldwide 2D, select 3D and IMAX theatrical release of Kong: Skull Island from Warner Bros., Legendary and Tencent. In the meantime, WaterTower Music is pampering you music aficionados with listening and pre-order access to the film's official soundtrack starting March 3.
Actor, and someone I think we can safely name as action star, Gerard Butler, has been fun to talk about in recent weeks. He has a spate of new action thrillers coming down the pipeline and on Friday he has added another to the list with the new film, A Darker Shade of Magic. He'll be pairing up with producer Neal Moritz for an adaptation of author Victoria Schwab's 2015 Tor Books YA publication for Sony who are in negotiations for the rights after beating three other studios in a bidding war in recent weeks.
Thursday saw a swarm of terrific news regarding The Batman and DC spin-off, Nightwing, though the former still stood unanswered for but briefly with regard to its star, Ben Affleck. Thus, quelling the weeks and days of on-going rumors of his departure, the actor took to Twitter to confirm the gospel.
The biggest initial highlight of the new international promo for F. Gary Gray's The Fate Of The Furious may very well be a feat for fans of Pitbull, Camila Cabello and J Balvin for their new song, "Hey Ma". In the meantime, we all know what the current center of the brewing intrigue and danger is here for those heavily and emotionally invested in the now withering relationship between characters Letty and Dom, played by Michelle Rodriguez and Vin Diesel.
Matt Ross is gleaning from his most recent Oscar nod for Captain Fantastic and its star Viggo Mortensen. It's a good time for the writer and director and TriStar is taking notice, officially bringing Ross on board for his third stint in the chair with an adaptation of futuristic crime novel, Tomorrow and Tomorrow.
Thursday, February 23, 2017
THR confirming his attachment to a Nightwing feature film inspired by the DC Comics property in its shared legacy with the Dark Knight himself, Batman.
The funny thing about the new announcement from Warner Bros. Pictures regarding The Batman is that it makes no mention of actor Ben Affleck. This probably means that rumors of the actor's departure from the role probably won't go away though fans may still expect him in the forthcoming Justice League films from director Zack Snyder.