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    Dragonlordxxxxx Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Jon Bernthal Joins Damien Chazelle's Neil Armstrong Biopic FIRST MAN

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    Jon Bernthal has joined the growing cast of Universal's First Man, the Neil Armstrong biopic from Oscar-winning director Damien Chazelle, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

    The movie, which reteams La La Land helmer Chazelle and star Ryan Gosling, also includes Kyle Chandler, Corey Stoll and Jason Clarke in an expanding cast ahead of a shoot set to begin in November in Atlanta.

    Bernthal, best known for his star turns in The Walking Dead, The Wolf of Wall Street and The Ghost Writer, will play a NASA astronaut and test pilot that walks on the moon. The actor's other film credits include Shot Caller, Sicario, Baby Driver, Wind River and Pilgrimage.

    Bernthal will next be seen toplining the upcoming Netflix series The Punisher and Jamie M. Dagg’s Sweet Virginia. He also stars with Shia LaBeouf, John Hawkes, Thomas Haden Church and music artist Yelawolf in the upcoming adventure drama The Peanut Butter Falcon, which shot this summer.

    Written by Josh Singer (Spotlight), First Man is described by Universal as a visceral first-person account of NASA’s mission to land a man on the moon, focusing on the years 1961-1969 and Armstrong, the astronaut who became that first man.

    Based on the book by James R. Hansen, the movie will explore the sacrifices and the cost — on Armstrong and on the nation — of one of the most dangerous missions in history. Gosling will play Armstrong, Chandler will portray test pilot Deke Slayton and Stoll will play astronaut Buzz Aldrin.

    DreamWorks Pictures is co-financing First Man. The drama is being produced by Wyck Godfrey and Marty Bowen through their Temple Hill Entertainment banner, alongside Chazelle and Gosling. First Man is set to land in theaters Oct. 12, 2018.

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    "Based on the book by James R. Hansen, the movie will explore the sacrifices and the cost "

    Just ordered the book
     
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    LOL, I want to make an antiwar movie where i make a film about an Iraqi sniper killing American soldiers!!!

    Of all the dumbassery I have I heard.
     
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    An intriguing anime that quickly turned to catshit. Looks like they ramped up the comedy value a bit which may or may not help. This is an anime that did not see a second season, so it could either be a failed anime or a failed manga. I'm not sure, but i hope for the best.

    I can see him being a really good likeness.

    The more exposure he gets the better. Bernthal is absolute mustard.
     
  5. Spoken

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    Who is being killed is arbitrary. Antiwar films often have the best social commentary. But any politically charged film reacting to anything that glorifies Kyle is okay with me; Kyle was a wicked person, and American Sniper is BS propaganda
     
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    Leonardo DiCaprio Eyed for JOKER Movie; Jared Leto Unhappy with Multiple Jokers Idea

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    When news broke last week that Warner Bros. is developing a movie detailing the origin story of Batman nemesis The Joker , many were surprised to see the name Martin Scorsese listed among the producers.

    After all, why would the 74-year old auteur filmmaker behind everything from Taxi Driver to Silence be interested in making the kind of studio franchise fare he has avoided throughout his career? And why would Warners executives, as brand managers of the extended DC Comics cinematic universe, want a legendarily controlling and free-spending talent involved in its marquee property?

    The answer involves a plan worthy of The Joker himself. Sources say Warners will make an ambitious attempt to use Scorsese to bring Leonardo DiCaprio into the world of comic-book movies. Certainly, Scorsese’s involvement inThe Joker film, which The Hangover filmmaker Todd Phillips would direct, could elevate and diversify the studio's contributions to the genre, creating the potential to make awards-worthy films such as Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight trilogy.

    There's no offer for DiCaprio, and sources say Scorsese's deal to produce isn't even done yet. The chances of landing DiCaprio could be slim to none. But the attempt in itself sends a signal to talent that Warners wants to hire serious filmmakers to make serious films.

    This plan was not met with applause in all quarters: Insiders say Jared Leto, the actor who portrayed the Clown Prince of Crime in last summer's Suicide Squad and is slated to reprise the character not just for a sequel but for another spinoff movie (with DC villainess Harley Quinn), was caught off-guard by the plans. Leto is said to have made his displeasure with the notion of multiple Jokers known to his CAA agents, and rival agency WME has been using the concern to court him.

    Warner Bros. launched its DC Extended Universe to compete with Marvel Studios with 2013’s Man of Steel. The movies have included the poorly reviewed Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad as well as this summer’s well-received Wonder Woman, which was seen as finally correcting a wobbly series. The movies have a through-line not just of stories but also actors, making them part of a superhero universe.

    Now, however, Warners wants to branch off with stand-alone movies that are unconnected to that version of the DC world. The new movies will have non-traditional takes on the heroes and villains of DC, and hopefully, attract actors and filmmakers who don’t typically toil in the comic-book movie world. War for the Planet of the Apes director Matt Reeves is developing a Batman stand alone that, according to sources, will not star Ben Affleck, who plays the caped crusader in the DC Universe movies (Warners and Affleck have denied he is being replaced). The plan is to launch a separate label for these projects to distinguish them from the rest of the DC films. (Warners executives are acutely aware of the risks of audience confusion.)

    ForJoker, which could be the initial entry for the label, sources say the studio and Phillips would want DiCaprio or another A-lister to play the character as a gritty crime boss in a Scorsese-esque Gotham underworld.

    DiCaprio, 42, has become the most in-demand actor in Hollywood despite refusing to star in traditional franchise pictures. Instead, he has limited his collaborators to A-list directors of (generally) original screenplays, including James Cameron (Titanic), Christopher Nolan (Inception) and Alejandro G. Inarritu (The Revenant, for which he won his Oscar).

    But his most frequent collaborator has been Scorsese. The duo has made five successful films together over two decades: The Aviator, Gangs of New York, The Departed, Shutter Island and The Wolf of Wall Street.

    One conduit between Phillips and Scorsese/DiCaprio is actor Jonah Hill, who starred in Phillips’ War Dogs but worked with DiCaprio in Scorsese’s Wolf of Wall Street.

    The Joker Movie: Warner Bros. Wants Class, Cachet and Maybe Leonardo DiCaprio
     
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    The manga lasted about twenty years and saw itself to fruition. I can't really say how popular it was, but I do consider if the manga of my lifetime. It's probably my favorite comic book work overall, and exemplifies the brash, anachronistic stories I adore.

    Never watched the anime.
     
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    Ron Howard Announces Paul Bettany Has Joined the Han Solo Movie

    Paul Bettany has joined the new Han Solo film. On Friday, director Ron Howard revealed the news, sharing a picture of Bettany on the set of the Star Wars stand-alone.

    "The Outer Rim just got a little bit wilder #PaulBettany #ForceFriday," Howard wrote. Soon after, the director confirmed Bettany is in the film, writing of his Beautiful Mind and The Da Vinci Code actor: "It's my third opportunity to work with Paul. He's a blast & so talented."

    The first post caught fire with fans, and before Howard confirmed the casting, Twitter users quickly began asking Howard if it meant Bettany is in the film.



    Paul Bettany Joins Han Solo 'Star Wars' Spinoff Movie
     
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    And the Iraqi sniper was a Holy warrior fighting for the people of Iraq, GTFOH
     
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    Meh. Kyle was a psychopath perpetuating the west's violent involvement in the Middle East. History doesn't happen in an vacuum, and people belong to history....
     
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    THE CROW Reboot Lands at Sony; Jason Momoa Still Attached to Star

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    The Crow has a new nest. The long-in-the-works remake of the cult supernatural revenge action movie that starred Brandon Lee, titled The Crow Reborn, has landed at Sony Pictures, which has signed to distribute the feature project.

    The project spent almost a decade at Relativity with various directors and actors coming and going. When the company went under, the project went into limbo.

    Jason Momoa and Corin Hardy were last on board as star and director, and while they are not formally signed on to the Sony version, insiders say the plan does includes them coming on in the near term.

    The original movie was directed by Alex Proyas and featured Lee as a man brought back from the dead to avenge his own death, as well as his girlfriend’s. The movie became a cult hit not just due to style and resonating story but partially due to Lee’s accidental death during production.

    Sources say the reboot will be a more faithful adaptation of the indie comic created by James O’Barr that was first published in 1989.

    Edward R. Pressman, who produced the 1994 original and spent years developing it while it was at Relativity, will produce alongside Hadida. Highland Film Group and Electric Shadow are also producing. Dan Farah (Ready Player One) will exec produce.

    Long-in-the-Works 'The Crow' Reboot Has Landed at Sony Pictures After Leaving Relativity
     
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    First Trailer for FRIEND REQUEST Starring Alycia Debnam-Carey



    Alycia. Hnnng.
     
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    As for the movie go gives a f... silly shit. :D
     
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    She needs to wash the terrible stink of The 100 off her.
     
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    Anung Un Rama The Right Hand of Doom

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    The next movie is officially named "Swipe Left".
     
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    First Plot Synopsis for HELLBOY Reboot; Filming Locations Revealed

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    The folks over at Omega Underground spotted production details about Hellboy over at My Entertainment World. The latter site updated its film schedule to include Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen despite the reboot having dropped the subtitle.

    According to My Entertainment World, Hellboy is expected to start filming in mid-September. The movie will shoot in both the United Kingdom as well as Bulgaria. The site lists the film as being a mix between action, adventure, and sci-fi fantasy. And, if you look at the film’s new synopsis, you will see why.

    The production information included a short synopsis for Hellboy, and you can read up on it below:

    “The film is about Hellboy going to England, where he must defeat Nimue, Merlin’s consort and the Blood Queen. But their battle will bring about the end of the world, a fate he desperately tries to turn away.”

    David Harbour has been cast to play Hellboy while Milla Jovovich signed on to bring Nimue to life. Hellboy has also tapped Ian McShane to play Trevor Bruttenholm, the adoptive father of Hellboy. The leads will be joined by Penelope Mitchell as the Hemlock Grove actress was recently brought on to play a witch. The Hellboy reboot is currently slated to hit theaters in 2018.

    'Hellboy' Reboot Synopsis & Filming Locations Revealed
     
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    First Teaser Trailer for Scott Cooper's Gritty Western Drama HOSTILES

     
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    Trailer for THE MAN WHO INVENTED CHRISTMAS Starring Dan Stevens

    Discover the true story of how Charles Dickens wrote “A Christmas Carol” and created a holiday tradition. The Man Who Invented Christmas, starring Dan Stevens, Christopher Plummer and Jonathan Pryce, opens in theaters November 22.

     
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    More Mel Gibson in 2nd Trailer for DADDY'S HOME 2

     
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    First Teaser Trailer for THE WHEELMAN Starring Frank Grillo

    Frank Grillo stars as the wheelman, a getaway driver thrust into a high stakes race-to-survive after a bank robbery goes terribly wrong. With a car full of money and his family on the line, the clock is ticking to figure out who double-crossed him and the only person he can trust… his fourteen-year-old daughter. All reasons to think fast and drive faster. Premieres on Netflix October 20.

     

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