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  1. J.J. Abrams producing a sci-fi thriller with Paramount, to be directed by Nigerian director Julius Onah. David Oyelowo, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, John Krasinski and Elizabeth Debicki already signed on and Daniel Bruhl in final negotiations. It's about a bunch of people on a space station who conduct an experiment and they accidentally cause Earth to disappear. How embarrassing. But then a space shuttle appears and, depending on which source you read, they must determine if they are friend or foe or it challenges all they know about the fabric of reality. Maybe both fit in. Sounds like potential for something good, I just hope it lives up to it. It's due to come out in February 2017.
  2. Yep, that above is the official title of the sequel. Eggsy and Merlin head to the US version of Kingsman, Statesman. Headed by a "swaggering, sharpshooting cowboy" called Jack and Halle Berry's Ginger. Lead villain, Poppy, played by Julianne Moore. Vaughn was unsure about directing as he was worried about the villain and these movies rely on the villain a lot, but he woke up one morning with what he thinks is a good villain plot. Some concept art
  3. Maybe nothing will come of it, but QT is working with JJ Abrams and Paramount to develop a Star Trek movie idea of his, which he might direct. http://deadline.com/2017/12/quentin-tarantino-star-trek-movie-jj-abrams-1202220032/
  4. I Can't Believe It's Not An Asylum Sy-Fy Special! Directed by Rob Cohen, which they make a point of saying directed The Fast & The Furious and xXx. Some people steal $600m from a mint during a category 5 hurricane. Some other people try to stop them during a category 5 hurricane. It gets a bit windy.
  5. I wasn't aware there was a sequel novel to The Shining, but this is a movie version of it. It follows Danny Torrance, now in his 40s, and suffering anger and alcohol issues. And psychic powers. Akiva Goldsman originally wrote a script, but it's being rewritten and directed by Mike Flanagan, director of Oculus and the recent Netflix Gerald's Game.
  6. It's from a couple of weeks ago, but Ed Neumeier claims MGM has him working on a new sequel. Not a sequel to the remake, but the original. Not even 2 or 3, but the actual original.
  7. Michael Caine must have some bills to pay. He plays a Communist dictator who becomes pen pals with an American high school girl (Odeya Rush). He gets overthrown and goes on the run, to her. Not creepy at all. Also features Katie Holmes, Jason Biggs and Seth Green. Out in the US on 16 March. Presumably a very limited theatrical presence as it's on VoD the same day and on DVD 24 April.
  8. There's been various bits in different X-Men threads, but doesn't seem to have its own thread. Anyway, Channing Tatum has been attached to this since what feels like the dawn of time, as well as directors coming and going. But Deadpool and Logan's successes have put a renewed effort into it. Now Gore Verbinski is in charge and it's even got a release date, 14 February 2019. But it's being written by Josh Zetumer, who wrote the turd Robocop and Patriots Day, which I had no interest in so don't know how it turned out.
  9. This might have potential
  10. Directed by Ava DuVernay, adapted from the 1960's sci-fi book by Madeleine L'Engle. I haven't read the book but it seems it has quite a passionate following. Quite like the look of the trailer. Ava DuVernay's last two films have been fantastic so I'm hoping it's in the same league as those.
  11. Fresh from starring with himself in The Deuce, James Franco will again star with himself in Multiple Man. Some guy who can make clones of himself. He's a Marvel character they get to use from the X-Men rights. It'll be written by Wonder Woman writer Allan Heinberg.
  12. Less walking in the air, more killing in the snow. Michael Fassbender, Rebecca Ferguson, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Toby Jones and J.K. Simmons star in an adaptation of a book by Norwegian writer Jo Nesbø. Fassbender is the dubiously named detective Harry Hole, investigating a serial killer. Directed by Tomas Alfredson (Let the Right One In, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy). Released in UK on 13 October and US on 20 October.
  13. Just for a change, someone's making a Stephen King (and Peter Straub) adaptation. Josh Boone is writing, and maybe directing, for Amblin. He's also doing King's The Stand (though that's on hold right now) and Revival. It's about a boy going to a parallel world to find a talisman to save his mother. It was originally going to be a mini-series, but they're doing a movie instead. I've seen mention that it could be a bit much for a movie and it would have been better off as a mini-series?
  14. Based on a true story about British explorer Percy Fawcett on a trip to find the mythical City of Z in Brazil in 1925. It's Amazon on the Amazon. Stars Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson, Sienna Miller, and Tom Holland and directed by James Gray. 21 April 2017 in US.
  15. http://deadline.com/2017/09/men-in-black-spinoff-may-17-2019-steven-spielberg-walter-parkes-laurie-macdonald-matt-holloway-art-marcum-1202179483/ MiB 23 was supposed to be next, but this new movie will be leapfrogging it. Already given a release date of 17 May, 2019. No Smith and Jones. From the writers of Iron Man and, er..., Transformers: The Last Knight. Supposed to be a more global scale.
  16. http://deadline.com/2017/08/super-troopers-2-trailer-broken-lizard-sequel-jay-chandrasekhar-1202157309/ Apparently someone discovered that markers for the US-Canada border are wrong and certain areas become contested territory. Naturally, the Troopers are patrolling the contested area, imposing US law on Canadians who aren't happy about it. The cast are back (Including Brian Cox and Lynda Carter), adding Rob Lowe and Tyler Labine.
  17. JohnC

    Cars 3

    Trying to get the kids worried?
  18. The Farthest, a documentary on the Voyager space probes, it's been getting very good reviews, recommended whether you're into space or not. I've heard it's definitely worth seeing on a big screen too. I'm not sure how wide a release this is getting in the UK, but it's apparently opening in the UK on 1 September. It's already showing in the US. My local's having a screening this week too, with a directer Q&A, which I intend to go to.
  19. When Tim Miller dropped out of Deadpool 2, they said they'd make sure he got something major for him. Well, this is it. Good luck.
  20. This isn't what I thought it was going to be. I thought it was going to be played straight in the Ninjago theme, totally separate to the other movies, but it seems to have similar humour to the Lego and Batman movies. Also, I learned Ninjago isn't pronounced how I thought is was.
  21. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/stranger-things-director-helm-sci-fi-thriller-malignant-at-fox-1027341 Fox are making a movie of the graphic novel Malignant Man, by James Wan and Michael Alan Nelson. It's to be directed by relative newcomer Rebecca Thomas. The story is about Alex Gates, a man with terminal cancer. But then it's discovered the tumor is actually an alien parasite and has given him powers. Naturally, he goes off to fight some bad dudes.
  22. Taraji P. Henson stars in an action thriller about a hitwoman working for an organised crime family in Boston. But things change when she meets a young boy. Also stars Neal McDonough, Danny Glover, Xander Berkeley and Billy Brown. Coming on 12 January.
  23. Not exactly a superhero movie, but the story of the creation of Wonder Woman. http://deadline.com/2017/07/professor-marston-the-wonder-women-trailer-luke-evans-rebecca-hall-movie-1202130726/ Stars Luke Evans, Rebecca Hall, Bella Heathcote and Connie Britton. Coming on 27 October. Evans plays Dr. William Moulton Marston, Hall plays his wife Elizabeth and Heathcote plays their lover Olive Byrne. I had no idea there was that sort of arrangement inspiring the character. The censors have an interesting take on the character too.
  24. Based on non-fiction book, The Operators, following General Stanley McChrystal in Afghanistan. But it's been turned into more of a satirical film, with Pitt playing General Dan McMahon to avoid issues with McChrystal. It'll also star Tilda Swinton, Will Poulter, Sir Ben Kingsley, Scoot McNairy, Topher Grace, Anthony Michael Hall, Meg Tilly and Alan Ruck. Directed by David Michôd, of Animal Kingdom, which got a very good reception, and The Rover, which also seems to have gone down well. Release on 26 May.
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