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  1. JohnC


    I thought there was a thread for this already but I can't find any mention of the name. It stars Kumail Nanjiani as Stu, an Uber driver (Stuber, geddit?), who picks up Vic, a cop played by Dave Bautista. Vic drags Stu into all sorts of comedy danger while on the trail of a killer. Also features Iko Uwais, Natalie Morales, Betty Gilpin, Jimmy Tatro, Mira Sorvino and Karen Gillan. Not sure it's going to be great, but maybe amusing. Red band trailer
  2. http://deadline.com/2017/05/simon-pegg-nick-frost-stolen-picture-slaughterhouse-rulez-shaun-of-the-dead-hot-fuzz-1202094604/ Simon Pegg and Nick Frost have set up a new film and TV production company, Stolen Picture. Their first movie is comedy-horror Slaughterhouse Rulez. Set in an elite boarding school, with all the weird rules and stuff that come with it. But a fracking site in the school woodlands creates a sinkhole and an unspeakable horror is unleashed. Kids and staff must fight for their survival. I expect we'll see horrible posh boy get dispatched in a comedically horrible manner.
  3. I think these have been on the cards for a while, but it looks like production is moving forward. While the 2 movie plan for It sounds pretty good, I'm not sure (despite the novel's length) that The Stand can sustain four movies. http://screenrant.com/stephen-king-it-movies-2015-2016-director/
  4. It's a videogame movie so it's bound to be great. F. Gary Gray is developing it and directing. It's being written by the guy writing reboots of Mortal Kombat and Resident Evil too. He's not written anything actually released yet.
  5. This popped up on Amazon Prime over the weekend. Stars Donald Glover, Rihanna, Letitia Wright and Nonso Anozie. Directed by Hiro Murai. Not seen it yet but I've heard its good, certainly has some good names involved, and only 55 minutes. Apparently a musical of some sort.
  6. I'm watching this (again) with my daughter. She adores it. And I do too. We are both watching it and seeing completely different things, in the same way I watched it when I was her age. Her favourite character is Sandy (as was mine when I was little), but mine is now Rizzo. We have the subtitles on so we can sing along to the songs, and we are up and dancing... So, Grease, love it? Hate it? Secretly love it? Wish you were Danny Zuko?
  7. Michael Shannon and Shea Whigham back together again.
  8. Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson are to play the men who killed Bonnie and Clyde, Texas Ranger Frank Hamer and ex-partner Maney Gault. It was originally in development at Universal long enough ago that Paul Newman and Robert Redford were to star. Netflix eventually got it from them and shooting has begun. It'll also feature Kathy Bates, John Carroll Lynch, Kim Dickens, Thomas Mann and William Sadler.
  9. http://deadline.com/2017/03/dwayne-johnson-skyscraper-summer-2018-1202044097/ The Rock plays a former FBI hostage rescue team leader and war veteran (big hero then) who now assesses skyscraper security. Exciting. But while in China, the world's tallest, and supposedly safest, skyscraper catches fire. And poor old Rock is being framed for it. But there's more! His family are trapped in it too! So he's on the run and has to save his family. At the same time. All while looking handsome and buff. Perhaps he will even find the time to bring some justice to the real culprit. It's down for release on 13 July 2018. Directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber, who did Dodgeball and Central Intelligence.
  10. look forward to watching Avengers Endgame in April this year?
  11. We're going there again. Popular manga/anime getting the Hollywood treatment from Legendary Entertainment and Sunrise on the Japanese side. It'll be written by Brian K. Vaughan.
  12. Alec Baldwin is John DeLorean in a new movie. It's a sort of hybrid, part biopic, part archive footage and talking heads.
  13. No, I don't know how it works either, but Mattel and MGM are making a movie based on View-Master. This is like that time Hasbro decided to make a movie based on Battleship, but maybe making even less sense. Maybe people are transported to places they see in a haunted View-Master or something.
  14. Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson, Ryan Reynolds, Hiroyuki Sanada, Olga Dihovichnaya and Ariyon Bakare are a 6-person crew on ISS who capture a probe returning from Mars and discover it contains life. Apparently terrifying and intelligent life. Directed by Daniel Espinosa (Safe House) and released 12/26 May 2017 UK/US.
  15. So I just started watching Apollo 13 on Netflix, a film I've never seen before (or so I thought, it does feel now like I've seen it already but I can't recall anything really). I have a loooot to catch up on. I've never seen the Godfather films, nor the Alien films, or in terms of TV shows for example the Sopranos or X-Files. (This mafia and sci-fi parallel was pure coincidence just now, haha). And there are many, many more. In 2015 I finally watched Breaking Bad, and last year I saw Psycho for the first time, but generally progress is slow. What do you still need to see?
  16. Japanese animated movie Your Name (thread) is getting a remake, directed by Marc Webb. The story is being transplanted to the US, with a Native American woman in the rural setting and a man in Chicago intermittently swapping bodies. Due to a crisis, they attempt to meet each other.
  17. Apparently there's a movie coming about Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. Starring Steve Coogan and John C Reilly. Coming on 11 January 2019. Official blurb
  18. http://deadline.com/2015/09/trainspotting-sequel-danny-boyle-telluride-steve-jobs-1201516590/ While promoting his Steve Jobs movie at Telluride, Danny Boyle confirmed his next movie is planned to be a Trainspotting sequel. John Hodge, who wrote the script for the original, was already working on a script based on the sequel book, Porno, a couple of years ago. Ewan McGregor, Robert Carlyle, Ewen Bremner and Jonny Lee Miller are all on board. They just need to get the schedule right, with two of the stars now on US TV shows. Seems he's using the name Trainspotting 2 for now, rather than Porno.
  19. This comes from the Netflix Millarworld deal. Chris McKay will direct the Netflix adaptation of the Mark Millar comic Reborn. One of the producers is Sandra Bullock, who may also be cast in it.
  20. James McAvoy has 23 known personalities and kidnaps three girls for some reason. Something weird about being able to manifest physical attributes for different personalities too. Like The Visit, it's also produced with Jason Blum.
  21. From the makers of Zombeavers. A serial killer transfers his consciousness into a drone before he is killed and terrorises a couple of newlyweds. (And maybe Gatwick Airport)
  22. The Coen Brothers are coming to Netflix with The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, in 2018. It's a 6 part western anthology series set in the frontiers of the American West. Each episode tells a different story, tied together by Buster Scruggs, played by Tim Blake Nelson. The Coens are writing and directing. [edit] Now a movie instead of TV series.
  23. Hnnng. From the writers of the upcoming Baywatch movie and producers of the Total Recall reboot, as well as the upcoming I Know What You Did Last Summer and Highlander reboots and the Sonic the Hedgehog movie. This is going to be great. They're supposed to be going back to the book and having nothing to do with the Verhoeven movie.
  24. I'm only hearing about this now, with the news it's getting an R rating. del Toro is keen to point out it is not a horror movie, despite the R rating, after people got the wrong idea about Crimson Peak. It's set in Cold War America, in the 60s. Elisa, a mute woman, works in a high security government lab (apparently as a cleaner), where she discovers a classified experiment involving an aquatic man. They fall in love. Stars Sally Hawkins (Elisa), Doug Jones (the creature, obviously), Octavia Spencer (Elisa's co-worker Zelda), Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins, and Michael Stuhlbarg. Due out 8 December.
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