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April 6, 2018

“That was sooner than I expected.” Universal has revealed the first trailer for spy spoof comedy Johnny English Strikes Again, the third movie in the Johnny English series, returning after a seven year hiatus. Rowan Atkinson (who also plays Mr. Bean) is back again as Johnny English, the “man with few skills” and wacky, loser spy who helps save Britain, again. This time, a cyber-attack (yes, indeed) reveals the identity of all active undercover agents in Britain, and English is the only one who can help them get everything back in order. The cast in this includes Emma Thompson, Olga Kurylenko, Ben Miller, Jake Lacy, Adam James, and Miranda Hennessy. There’s always room in the cinemas for a new spy spoof, right? Or have we seen enough of these kind of comedies recently? Not sure if this will actually be any good, but why not. Here’s the first trailer (+ poster) for David Kerr’s Johnny English Strikes Again, from YouTube: Johnny English …

There’s been something of a horror-sance (a horror renaissance) at work so far in 2018. Never mind the fact that a horror film (The Shape of Water) won Best Picture at the Oscars, and another horror film (Get Out) was a very strong candidate for the trophy. The genre output so far in 2018 has been stellar with filmmakers delivering effective chills and believable characters through quality storytelling. In a nutshell, it’s a good time to be a fan of horror cinema, and the good time continues with A Quiet Place. It has everything fans of the genre would want: likeable and well-written characters; decent pacing throughout; and, most importantly, an absolutely terrifying premise with equally scary moments. A Quiet Place is a monster movie that plays the sub-genre to a T, and shows once again there is still some art to be had in the horror genre. Directed and co-written by John Krasinski, the film stars real-life couple Krasinski and …

Did Black Panther steal some ideas from Tracy Morgan‘s Black Bobcat? Can Ant-Man be spotted on the new Avengers: Infinity War IMAX poster? Is Elizabeth Olsen interested in a solo Scarlet Witch movie? Want to see some new gameplay from LEGO Marvel  Super Heroes 2? What would the honest letter …

On the April 6, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about Rogue One, Karl Urban, Dwayne Johnson, John Krasinski and Emily Blunt, Isao Takahata, and special anniversary celebrations for Jurassic Park and Titanic. You …

We’ll take any info about Wonder Woman 2 we can get at this point. Like how it’s being shot, for instance! Patty Jenkins will be shooting a portion of her super-sequel in IMAX, so expect big action when Wonder Woman 2 hits in 2019. Superhero movies have been embracing the larger-than-life IMAX format …

Paramount Pictures has moved the release date back to November 2019 The post The Terminator Will be Back Four Months Later appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Finally, the Christmas-themed zombie musical you’ve been waiting for has a release date. Anna and the Apocalypse will sing and dance its way into theaters this December. Fans of zombies, Christmas and musicals rejoice – Anna and the Apocalypse is just the film for you, and it’s hitting theaters this year. Deadline reports …

The Terminator will be back…eventually. The next entry in the ever-changing Terminator franchise was set to hit theaters on July 26, 2019, but Paramount has now pushed the film back to fall of 2019. More on the new Terminator sequel release date below. Tim Miller is working on a new Terminator film, with original Terminator mastermind …

Judging by the social media response to the news that Disney was remaking “High Fidelity” as a TV series with a female lead, we’re going to say that the project is definitely going to divide fans. While some welcome a new take on a semi-classic film, o…