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  1. Another live remake of an animated Disney Classic. Currently set for 27 March 2020. Directed by Niki Caro, known for Whale Rider and The Zookeeper's Wife. Shot in New Zealand and China.
  2. Legendary are going to make a movie based on Enola Holmes novels. Enola is Sherlock's and Mycroft's young sister. Millie Bobby Brown will play Enola and Helena Bonham Carter her mother. Henry Cavill will be Sherlock.
  3. Charlize Theron and friends stab and shoot people all over in a movie based on a graphic novel. She and her group have been around for centuries thanks to immortality. But in the present day, their ability is discovered and they must stop those who seek to replicate their power. It's on Netflix on 10 July. Rated R.
  4. A third sequel rather than a reboot. Josh Gad plays Wayne Szalinski's son. He follows in his father's footsteps by becoming a scientist. And accidentally shrinking his kids. Joe Johnston, director of the original (but neither other sequel), is in talks to return. They were originally considering doing this for Disney+, but the suits reckon it's worthy of a theatrical run.
  5. A new superhero-ish movie out on Netflix today. A new drug gives people a superpower for 5 minutes. Or a chance that it kills them. Joseph Gordon-Levitt is a local cop. Dominique Fishback is a teenage dealer and aspiring rapper (apparently rap is part of the storytelling). Jamie Foxx is a former soldier whose daughter was taken. They team up to try to bring down the pills creators, while risking taking it to achieve that. It's written by the co-writer of Reeve's The Batman.
  6. But why? This time it'll star Will Smith and Kevin Hart.
  7. It seems like every couple of years there's another one of these This time James Wan wants to make a movie. A screenplay is being adapted by TJ Fixman (great name), who has apparently been a videogame writer. A bunch of Ratchet & Clank's and Resistance 2. He's recently done some other movie scripts, which are in various stages of development but none released yet.
  8. https://deadline.com/2020/04/transformers-animated-movie-paramount-hasbro-toy-story-4-director-josh-cooley-1202921100/ Paramount are doing an animated Transformers movie revolving around the relationship between Optimus Prime and Megatron on Cybertron. It's not directly related to the live action franchise. It'll be directed by Toy Story 4's Josh Cooley and written by Ant-Man and The Wasp writers Andrew Barrer & Gabriel Ferrari.
  9. 7500, the code for a plane hijacking, sees Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the pilot of a plane doing a routine trip from Berlin to Paris, which gets hijacked. Apparently the whole movie is from the point of view of the cockpit, only seeing outside briefly when the door is opened or on a monitor showing just outside the door. JGL end up alone in the cockpit as he watches hijackers kill one hostage and threaten to kill more on the monitor unless he lets them in. Comes to Amazon on Friday.
  10. Edwards is out! But it's said to be amicable. He doesn't want a third blockbuster in a row and wants to do something smaller instead. Date has also been set for 22 March 2019. With Godzilla Vs Kong following 20 May 2020. They've also got the rights to Rodan, Mothra and King Ghidorah.
  11. A big bombastic America-Fuck-Yeah WWII film, by the looks of it. Buy a Midway and get a Pearl Harbour included. Supposedly a budget of $100m. Patrick Wilson, Woody Harrelson, Ed Skrein, Aaron Eckhart, Luke Evans, Mandy Moore, Dennis Quaid, Nick Jonas, Luke Kleintank, Keean Johnson, Etsushi Toyokawa, Tadanobu Asano and Jun Kunimura.
  12. Apollo 10 ½: A Space Age Adventure, a new Rickard Linklater animated movie. Hand drawn and CG animation. There was also a live-action shoot, but it's not entirely clear from the article if that's just for rotoscoping purposes. It's inspired by his own childhood in Houston. Stars Jack Black, Zachary Levi, Glen Powell, Josh Wiggins, Milo Coy, Lee Eddy, Bill Wise, Natalie L’Amoreaux, Jessica Brynn Cohen, Sam Chipman, and Danielle Guilbot.
  13. It's a WWII battleship drama written by and starring Tom Hanks. It's based on The Good Shepherd by C. S. Forester. Shortly after the US enters the war, Hanks is a Commander on his first wartime assignment, in charge of an escort fleet protecting a merchant convoy. They're being stalked by U-Boats. And he is also battling his own self-doubts and personal demons. Originally due to hit cinema on 21 June, it's just been nabbed by Apple for their TV+, because the virus has made a balls of cinema plans. No firm date yet, but apparently "soon".
  14. The latest from Spike Lee, coming to Netflix on Friday. Getting good reviews. Rated R, 154 minutes. Also features Jean Reno and Giancarlo Esposito. Apparently the flashback sequences will feature the actors without deaging effects or makeup.
  15. https://deadline.com/2020/07/jeremy-rush-to-helm-space-thriller-retrograde-for-nine-days-producers-mandalay-pictures-juniper-productions-1202979510/ Nuclear war has erupted between the US and Russia. 6 astronauts are on the International Space Station when it kicks off. The Russian and US astronauts are instructed to take control of the station from the others by any means necessary. Sounds like something that could easily end badly for all concerned.
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    The next Universal Classic Movie Monsters film is Wolfman. Starring Ryan Gosling. With Blumhouse producing and Leigh Whannell directing. They did The Invisible Man for them and that worked out well for them.
  17. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/disney-harvey-weinstein-teaming-up-594999 Disney and Harvey Weinstein bury the hatchet to make a live-action movie based on the first two of the popular Artemis Fowl books. Screenplay by Michael Goldenberg, who wrote Contact, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and, er, Green Lantern... Seemed like this had been coming forever, but I see it sort of got shelved in the Weinstein split from Disney.
  18. Welcome to the John Wick Cinematic Universe. John Wick producers have acquired a script for Ballerina, which they intend to place in the John Wick universe. As you probably guessed from the name and setting, it's a female led action flick. Said to be in the vein of La Femme Nikita, but more pulpy and stylised, like Tarantino or Vaughn. It's been written by a young newbie, taken on by Tony Stark Robert Downey Jr.'s company as an intern but is quickly rising due to apparent talent. Big fan of Shane Black, apparently. The movie is about a young woman, raised as an assassin, hunting other assassins who killed her family. Not written as a Wick spin-off, but Lionsgate beat off (fnar) WB and Universal to buy it with a view to expanding the Wick franchise.
  19. Yeah, they're going there. It's not clear what the nature of the project is in relation to the original. It's being written by Nicole Perlman, writer of Guardians of the Galaxy, as well as the upcoming Black Widow and Captain Marvel.
  20. Jackpot is the latest announced entry in the SPUMC. There, I said it. SPUMC. Jackpot is a superheroine and mother who gained her powers while doing gene therapy research and was accidentally exposed to Lot 777. Her name and the 777 made me think luck would be an element to her powers, but apparently not. Seems to be just superhuman strength. It also all went down while she was pregnant, but the daughter doesn't seem to have been affected either, so I'm not sure why they decided to make that a point. It's being written by Marc Guggenheim.
  21. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/linda-cardellini-matt-dillon-join-tom-hardy-al-capone-movie-fonzo-1095208 Tom Hardy stars in a Capone biopic, focusing on later years, after 10 years in prison when he suffers from dementia. Linda Cardellini plays his wife, Mae and Matt Dillon his friend Johnny. Kyle MacLachlan is his doctor and Kathrine Narducci is Capone's sister. It's being written and directed by Josh Trank. Fantastic 4 didn't go down well, but he gets a lot of love for Chronicle. Though personally, that did nothing for me either. I don't know what Fonzo refers to and the other details seem to be fictitious too.
  22. Sony are embarking on a 5 film shared universe based on Valiant comics Harbinger and Bloodshot. The first will be Bloodshot, due 2019. Vin Diesel is in talks to play the titular character. They're going for a hard R rating. Supposedly tonally and aesthetically influenced by the likes of Robocop, Terminator and Total Recall. The originals, not remakes and later sequels. Dave Wilson, Tim Miller's partner, is attached to direct. Eric Heisserer writing. Oscar nominated for Arrival, but also wrote The Thing sequel.
  23. There was an old thread about a Tim Burton animated version, but this is not that. It's a CG animation from the directors of Sausage Party. If you're still here, they've lined up Oscar Isaac as Gomez, Charlize Theron as Morticia, Nick Kroll as Uncle Fester, Chloe Grace Moretz as Wednesday, Finn Wolfhard as Pugsley, Bette Midler as Grandmama and Allison Janney as their archnemesis Margaux Needler. Due on 11 October 2019.
  24. Perhaps it'll be rubbish, but I want to post it because Nic Cage doing Lovecraft. It's being directed by Richard Stanley, who hasn't directed a feature film since being fired from the notorious The Island Of Dr Moreau 23 years ago.
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