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The affable executive has spent his entire career working for the studio’s distribution division, beginning 40 years ago as a mail clerk. read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office
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While some might refer to the recent new batch of “The Get Down” episodes on Netflix as the show’s second season, that’s actually not the case: Netflix decided to get a jump on its production schedule by splitting the first season in half, causing fans to wonder if a third season was indeed in the works. “The Get Down” has always been a show that walked a fine line between style and substance — our own review of the second batch of episodes described it as “blustery razzle-dazzle” in search of a more authentic Harlem — but whatever the second season has in store, it probably will mean a diminished capacity for showrunner Baz Luhrmann. Continue reading Baz Luhrmann Looks To Step Down From Season 2 Of Netflix’s ‘The Get Down’ at The Playlist.
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Sony‘s Spider-Man gameplan keeps getting odder by the day. First, there’s the decision to launch a superhero universe with classic villain “Venom,” except it won’t be tied to the forthcoming “Spider-Man: Homecoming.” Indeed, the summer blockbuster is the rare union of three studios — Sony, Disney, and Marvel — who’ve decided to share a very valuable property between them. Continue reading Spider-Man Might Leave The Marvel Cinematic Universe After ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Sequel at The Playlist.
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Among the many things that comic book fans have been requesting from the executive gatekeepers at Marvel, has been a Spider-Man movie led by the Black Hispanic Miles Morales instead of Peter Parker. And after we’ve seen the webslinger played by Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and Tom Holland, a more diverse option for the superhero is finally arriving. Sony confirmed today their upcoming 3D animated Spider-Man will tell the story of Miles Morales. Continue reading Miles Morales Confirmed For Sony’s Animated ‘Spider-Man’ Movie From Phil Lord & Chris Miller at The Playlist.
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The long-gestating Freddie Mercury biopic has seen plenty of talent come and go over the years. Sacha Baron Cohen spent a good amount of time developing a hard-R, warts-and-all biopic that ultimately led to creative disagreements between him and Queen guitarist Brian May, who even rejected the idea of David Fincher directing the biopic. Now, it […] The post Bryan Singer in Talks to Direct Rami Malek in the Freddie Mercury Biopic appeared first on /Film.
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“What becomes of Bad Boys when they’re not boys anymore?” is a question writer-director Joe Carnahan (The Grey) wants to ask with Bad Boys for Life. Carnahan’s sequel was originally scheduled to open in theaters next summer, but Sony pushed the release date back, giving the director more time to polish the script. Carnahan is still hard at […] The post ‘Bad Boys for Life’ Will Have Multiple Villains appeared first on /Film.
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At one time, there was a concept for a third Ghostbusters movie that would have taken the paranormal exterminators to an alternate version of Manhattan called Mahelltan, a dark twisted version of the New York borough. However, the Ghostbusters almost had another hellish encounter in the original movie from 1984. There was once an idea […] The post Unused Concept Art Sends the Original ‘Ghostbusters’ to the Gates of Hell appeared first on /Film.
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It’s hard to believe that the final twenty minutes of Sausage Party actually exist. Up until that point, Conrad Vernon and Greg Tiernan‘s R-rated talking food comedy is ambitious and weird and uneven, often hitting scenes of genuine brilliance and occasionally getting bogged down in material that doesn’t quite work. But then the ending happens and your jaw […] The post This ‘Sausage Party’ Alternate Ending Was Just a Little Too Weird to Exist appeared first on /Film.
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