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Second Trailer For Annabelle: Creations Haunts The Web

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Last April LRMOnline was present at the exclusive first look at some footage, and trailer, for New Line Cinema's Annabelle: Creation. This film is the prequel to the 2014 film Annabelle and it is the fourth film in The Conjuring franchise. It is written by Gary Dauberman, directed by David Sandberg, produced by Peter Safran and James Wan and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. This film will focus on the story about the origin of the possessed Annabelle doll.

In real life, the Annabelle doll is actually a Raggedy Ann doll that is currently on display at The Warrens' Occult Museum in Monroe, Connecticut. According to demonologiost Ed and Lorraine Warren, this doll is haunted. The story goes that in the 70's the owner of the doll noticed that the doll was being very strange, and through a psychic she found out that apparently is was inhabited by the spirit of a dead girl named Annabelle Higgins. After a while the behavior of the doll became bad enough that the Warrens were contacted to remove the doll and take it to their museum. Of course this is all speculation, no one can really prove if it was real or not.

As for the film itself here is the synopsis for the film:

Several years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into their home, soon becoming the target of the dollmaker's possessed creation, Annabelle.

The film stars Stephanie Sigman, Talitha Bateman, Lulu Wilson, Philippa Anne Coulthard, Grace Fulton, Lou Lou Safran and Samara Lee.

Although this is not my type of film, I will say that I am very interested in the origin story. From the extra footage that I got to see at Wondercon it seems like it will be quite suspenseful and filled with moments that will make you jump. This may be one worth checking out. Is Annabelle: Creation on your radar? Chime in below!

Related: Trailer For Annabelle: Creations Debuts At Wondercon

Annabelle: Creation comes alive in theaters August 11, 2017.

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Sony's Plans For Multiple Spider-Man Spin-Offs Is A Missed Opportunity

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Sony's recent partnership with Marvel Studios, which brought Spider-Man into the McU, is the smartest play they've made in decades. This alliance opens up countless narrative possibilities for everyone involved. Spidey's appearance in Captain America: Civil War significantly changed the tone and energy of that film, in the same way that Iron Man will dynamically alter the storytelling in Spider-Man: Homecoming. One of the great things about Marvel comics is that Spider-Man regularly pops up all over the place -- the character easily fits into any team, cosmic, and street-level situation, or storyline. Marvel's long-running "Team-Up" comic book series regularly featured Spider-Man (since its inception in 1972).

Marvel Studios clearly gets the power of the team-up. Combining characters from opposite ends of the spectrum creates new opportunities for conflict, humor, and character growth, while also keeping audiences on their toes. The upcoming Thor: Ragnarok is essentially a live-action "Team-Up" comic, co-starring: The Incredible Hulk. According to THR, Sony's original Spider-Man licensing deal -- from 1999 -- gave them access to 900 characters from his long comic book history, but it's becoming clear that Sony still has no idea how to handle these characters.

Related - Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 To Use Marvel Character That Isn’t Iron Man

Sony's recent announcements of stand-alone films for Venom/Carnage, starring Tom Hardy, and Black Cat/Silver Sable, currently titled "Silver & Black", were met with a collective shrug from the fan community. Who's screaming for these films? Now we're learning that Sony is also planning films based on villains Kraven the Hunter and Mysterio -- possibly to build toward an ensemble Sinister Six movie, Sony's answer to DC's Suicide Squad. More shrugs?

Look, somebody at Marvel needs to put their arm around the key decision-makers at Sony and tell them to stop it. We don't need Black Cat, Venom, or Kraven stand-alone films any more than we need Loki, Hawkeye, or Thanos spin-offs. These are all cool characters, but let's be honest: some characters can't (or shouldn't) hold their own films -- Marvel learned this lesson the hard way with The Incredible Hulk (2008).

The March 1972 debut of Marvel's Team-Up comic book series.

We're living in a world where a new superhero movie hits theaters every other month (sometimes multiple times in the same month). In 2018 we get Black Panther, Deadpool 2, Avengers: Infinity War, X-Men: Dark Phoenix, Aquaman, Ant-Man and the Wasp, The New Mutants, and Venom. I love, love, love these characters, but there's no way I'm seeing all of these films in theaters in 2018. Are you?

According to Variety, the average movie fan only goes to the theater three times per year -- given the aforementioned 2018 line-up, does anyone plan to put Venom in their top three next year? These Venom and Silver & Black movies are likely to be epic flops, which is insane when such failures could be easily avoided. The answer is staring them right in the face!

Even if Spider-Man appears in each of these new spin-offs, as has been reported, and if they're somehow connected to the McU it probably won't save them at the box office. Sony is missing the point, they're squandering the obvious opportunity. Spider-Man should either be the lead, or co-lead, in each of these films; embrace the "team-up" concept, and give us Spider-Man/Venom, Spider-Man/Hulk, or (gasp!) Spider-Man/Daredevil. Any of these films would suddenly jump into my top three films of next (or any) year.

Sony should adopt a strategy of a stand-alone Spider-Man movie one year, and a Spider-Man Team-Up movie the following year -- alternating years of stand-alone and team-up for decades, and who would complain?  

Are you feeling stand-alone, spin-off movies starring Venom, Black Cat, Kraven, or Mysterio or do you think Sony should dive head-first into Spider-Man team-ups? Let us know in the comments down below!

Spider-Man: Homecoming hits theaters on July 7, 2017.

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The Beguiled Review: A Taut, Intriguing, And Haunting Tale

17 hours ago

How much does it take to push a good person to the edge? What constitutes a “good” person? Are our sexual instincts something that will always ultimately prove to be our undoing? The answer is never as cut and dry as we tend to think, and the sad fact of life is that even the most decent of human beings can be twisted into something unrecognizable. Sofia Coppola’s latest film, The Beguiled, is a film that explores these ideas, and does so in a calm, tasteful, and meditative way that really sticks with the viewer.

The story takes place a few years into the American Civil War at a Southern all-girls’ boarding school. One of the girls stumbles upon a wounded Union soldier — Colin Farrell’s John McBurney — and takes him back to the school, headed by Nicole Kidman’s Martha Farnsworth. She  begrudgingly agrees to take him in, believing it the “Christian” thing to do. Against their better judgment, they shield his presence from the patrols of Rebel soldiers that make their way through every so often. Over time, as John grows healthier, a dangerous sexual tension begins to arise in the household, and an undercurrent of rivalries between some of the older women (Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, and Elle Fanning) begins to take hold.

It’s worth noting that The Beguiled is based on the novel of the same name by Thomas P. Cullinan. The novel was once adapted back in 1971. It was helmed by Invasion of the Body Snatchers director Don Siegel, and starred Clint Eastwood as John McBurney. I should say up front that I’ve never seen this adaptation, so I can’t speak to how Coppola’s version measures up to it.

Now let’s talk about the film itself. How did it hold up? 

I have to say, I pretty much adored this movie. The cinematography was gorgeous, and the cast that includes a good number of young unknowns holds up well in several prolonged scenes. More than anything, I appreciate the nuance that Coppola brought in its direction. Make no mistake, every person in this movie is a good person. Despite what the trailers may make you think, this isn’t a torture porn-esque story where the women take out their frustrations on a helpless man. This is a story about how circumstance and human instinct can lead to an irreversibly devastating situation. It’s a situation that’s no one’s fault, and you can’t help but feel sorry for all parties involved.

As mentioned above, it’s very well acted by Farrell, Kidman, Dunst, Fanning, and a handful of younger actors, and this was no easy feat. The personalities of characters like Kidman’s Martha and Dunst’s Edwina is a difficult one to capture. Raised in the South in the 1800s, there was a certain amount of self-restraint that one would expect. And yet under the surface of that facade, the actresses made it clear that there was a lot brewing underneath the surface. Farrell himself also brought his A-game, playing the wounded and polite Union soldier who slowly crumbles under the physical pressures. Again, the performances are nuanced, as there’s a lot of unspoken depth that is brought forth by their respective actors, and we can’t help but also give Coppola kudos for pulling off what could have been a boring and shallow take.

One aspect I need to caution viewers about is its pacing. Like many slower thrillers, this is a film that movies at a very deliberate pace. I wouldn’t call it needlessly slow — every scene serves a purpose, and when all said and done, it only clocks in at 90 minutes or so — but in today’s era of filmmaking, it’s a definite slowdown from what we’re used to. In many ways, though the genre is much different, I’d compare the pacing to something like last year’s The Witch, which featured very slow, meditative scenes that seemed to take forever, but ultimately contributed to the tension and atmosphere of the piece as a whole.

The Beguiled is not a film for everybody, but between the rising tension, gorgeous visuals, great acting, and lean story, it’s one that plenty of film lovers will relish for years to come.

Grade: A-

The Beguiled hits select theaters on June 23, and goes wide on June 30.

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Red Carpet Interviews At Los Angeles Premiere Of The Bad Batch With Suki Waterhouse And Keanu Reeves

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In a post-apocalyptic world, there will always be cannibals. After all, what else are people going to eat?

Suki Waterhouse stars in the Ana Lily Amirpour-directed film The Bad Batch.

The film also stars Jason Momoa (Justice League), Giovani Ribisi (Ted), and Keanu Reeves (John Wick).

Here’s the synopsis:

The Bad Batch follows Arlen (Waterhouse) after she’s left in a Texas wasteland fenced off from civilization. While trying to navigate the unforgiving landscape, Arlen is captured by a savage band of cannibals led by the mysterious Miami Man (Momoa). With her life on the line, she makes her way to The Dream (Reeves). As she adjusts to life in ‘the bad batch’ Arlen discovers that being good or bad mostly depends on who’s standing next to you.

Lrm was present at the Los Angeles premiere red carpet in Downtown Los Angeles earlier this week. We caught up with Suki Waterhouse and Keanu Reeves on the the red carpet of The Bad Batch.

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Is Batman Facing Retirement (Or Something Worse)?

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Batman needs no introduction. Created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger in 1939, the Caped Crusader is one of the three members of the Holy Trinity of Comic Book Characters (along with Spider-Man and Superman). His origin is as well-known as he is, having been portrayed many, many times in comic books, television and movies. He is even perhaps more relevant today than ever: he is the central character in Warner Brothers' Dceu movie universe, his comic book is regularly DC's best selling, and a younger version of him is a central character on a Fox television show. We live, so to speak, in a world of Batman, but is that coming to an end? Recent events in the Batman comics have caused many to wonder if Batman is finally looking to retire, hanging up the cape and cowl once and for all.

DC's Batman comic is perhaps its flagship title. During the recent, and abysmal, New 52 series relaunch, Batman -- written by Scott Snyder -- was the only DC comic to consistently wow its audience, adding to the canon along the way. Following the demise of the New 52, Batman was handed over to one of the hottest rising stars in comics, Tom King, and the book has still amazed. During both runs, Snyder and King haven't hesitated to change the status quo. In the last several years for instance, Batman has started a 'bat family' of affiliated superheroes, a new faction of villains known as the Court of Owls reconfigured the Gotham landscape, and Joker cut his own face off. Batman seemingly died, but quickly returned with amnesia, while Commissioner Gordon took over as a mech-driving version of the Dark Knight, albeit temporarily. If this all sounds incredibly silly, it is, but in a way that let readers see Batman in a whole new light and which has transformed the World's Greatest Detective in often subtle, but impactful ways.

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This recent four-issue miniseries starred our favorite hero alongside the Flash as they investigated the appearance of a happy face button. If you don't know your comics, it is a reference to perhaps the greatest single book of all time, Watchmen. Without getting into the weeds here, it's the kind of big deal which led Batman and Flash through a multi-dimension-spanning adventure -- and that's where things get interesting. 

In one of these dimensions, Batman meets his father. Only in this dimension (stay with me), Thomas Wayne became Batman after *Bruce Wayne* died. Like our own Batman, Thomas Wayne finds it difficult to be happy and, as our Batman leaves, he implores his son-from-another-dimension to give up being Batman. Only a scant few issues later, Bruce Wayne -- our Batman -- does indeed heavily contemplate these words.

It doesn't end there. We catch back up with our hero in Batman #24, and things get even more interesting. In it, Batman admits to his latest protege, a heroine known as Gotham Girl, that he isn't happy being Batman, he just is Batman. He then follows this up with a twist. Batman locates Catwoman, soars across the city skyline for a bit, and then proposes to her. 

Taken together, Batman's refusal to answer the bat signal, his unhappiness, and his proposal to Catwoman, it definitely seems like Bruce Wayne is looking for a change in his life. I understand that marriage and a moment of self-reflection don't automatically equate to retirement, but Snyder and King seem to be pushing the idea. Remember earlier when I said that Batman temporarily had amnesia? It took more than just his memory returning to spur him back into the costume. He had to be convinced that Gotham needed him, or face imminent destruction. When Batman meets Gotham Girl, we quickly learn that she has foreseen an end to our favorite hero. In an interview with Newsarama, writer Tom King stated:

"Yeah, this comes from Scott Snyder, who's probably going to kill me for sharing this. But he's one of my best friends, and he gave me this great advice. And he got the advice from Grant Morrison, who said, when you're writing Batman, you know, you're going to have a run on Batman and you have to give him a birth, and you have to give him a death...That's your responsibility as a writer."

Is this a literal death, or the end of the character as we know it? (Heck, with comics, it can be both.) Whatever it is, we know that Batman is not long for this world. Buckle up and enjoy the ride!

What do you think? Is Batman set for retirement? Death? Let us know in the comments down below!

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Exclusive Clip: Deconstructing Dani Garcia Doc Looks Into His Hopes And Dreams of Cooking

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One of the best chefs in Spain will have his ups and downs in his career.

Documentary Deconstructing Dani Garci follows a Two-Micheline-star Spanish Chef Dani Garcia, who suddenly had his restaurant close in January 2014. He became a chef without a restaurant, in which he finds his career at a critical juncture and his credibility at stake.

The doc is directed by Inigo Ruiz and Alfonso Cortes-Cavanillas.

The film will be available on VOD and iTunes on June 27.

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Venom Movie To Feature Carnage

19 hours ago

Fans have been hungry for a standalone Venom movie for some time. Ever since it was first announced that the character would be showing up in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3, many wondered if this would be a lead-up to the character getting his own film. Sadly, Topher Grace was cast as the character, and by the end, he was completely dissolved in an explosion. We guess that’s one way for the studio to kill those dreams.

However, we’ve since learned that comic book characters have countless opportunities to correct the mistakes of the past. The Dark Knight Trilogy made up for the abysmal Batman and Robin, and Deadpool and Logan made up for the injustice that was X-Men Origins: Wolverine. As fans, all we really needed to do was wait for the right opportunity. Piggy-backing off of the great-looking Spider-Man: Homecoming, Sony made their plans known to create their own pocket universe, and to kick that off, they’d be making a standalone Venom movie with Tom Hardy at the lead.

Related: Venom Is A Part Of The McU After All

But who will Venom being going up against? Who better for him to take on than the fan favorite Carnage? According to THR, that may very well be who Venom goes up against. In the comics, Carnage is a man who — just like Eddie Brock — merges with the Venom symbiote. The main difference, however, is that the man, Cletus Kasady, is batsh*t crazy, and doesn’t have the same anti-hero title as Venom. Whereas Venom is kind of a dark gray, Carnage is pitch black as it gets, and given the R rating of the film, we think Sony has an opportunity to go all out with him.

In a world where there is no Spider-Man (though Amy Pascal recently said there’s always a chance), Carnage is a natural opponent to Venom, and we can’t wait to see what they bring with the character.

Are you excited to see Carnage join Venom? Let us know your thoughts down below!

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Game Of Thrones Season 7 Full Trailer: Winter Is Here!

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There’s nothing like a solid build-up. For six straight seasons, Game of Thrones has been an exercise in building up tension. Sure, there have been plenty of big events that have helped release some of the strain between the main players — we had the Battle of Blackwater, The Red Wedding, the Purple Wedding, Battle of the Bastards, and countless other events. However, it’s all been building towards these last two seasons, which will see a clash between all the powers in the Seven Kingdoms — and the inevitable clash between the Seven Kingdoms and the enemy to the North.

The showrunners have been teasing for some time that these next two seasons will be a lot different from the others. While they’ve mostly been world-building, and now we’re at the point where the payoffs need to start rolling in. This brand new trailer for Season 7 looks like it has that very mindset going in, and we can’t be more thrilled based on what it’s shown.

Related: Jon Snow's True Name Revealed!

If you’re one of those folks who loves the mythology behind Game of Thrones, but felt that the action itself was lacking, this may be the season for you. Gone is the slow pacing of previous seasons, and what we’re left with seems to be a series of climaxes fitting of an epic tale like this. But while the payoffs seem to be rolling in, don’t feel like the emotional resonance will be lacking. This season also looks to be packing an emotional punch based on its thematic power alone.

“For centuries our families fought together against their common enemy,” Jon Snow says in the trailer. “Despite their differences, together. We need to do the same if we’re going to survive because the enemy is real. It’s always been real.”

This is it, folks. The end is fast approaching.

Winter is here.

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Spider-Man: Homecoming - Kevin Feige Confirms That Marvel Studios Basically Made The Film

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Back in February of 2015, Sony and Marvel made history when they made a deal to bring Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Back in the 1990s, when Marvel was in danger of fading into obscurity, they were forced to sell the movie rights in order to stay afloat. One of those characters was the ever-popular Spider-Man. With Spidey taking up residence over at Sony, when Marvel Studios was formed, it became impossible to bring him into the fold. This deal in 2015 between the two Hollywood behemoths finally made such a crossover possible.

But what were the specifics of the deal? At the time, all we knew was that the deal would allow Spider-Man to cross into their films, and other McU characters to pop into the Spider-Man films. We also knew that Sony would fully fund, market, and benefit financially from the standalone Spidey films, while Marvel Studios would do the same with their own films — even in the films that featured Spider-Man (though it also sounds like, given certain box office milestones, both studios could ultimately benefit from each other's work). But who would have creative control? From the vague language we saw in the initial breakdown, it sounded like the standalone film would be a joint effort, with Sony having final say.

However, based on some recent comments from Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige, it sounds more like that was lip service to Sony than reality. Here’s what Feige said to THR in a recent interview in regards to the deal.

"It really came down to me telling Amy in her office that I think the best thing for this character is: Sony has the rights, that's not changing. Have Sony pay for the movie, distribute the movie, market the movie. Just let us make the movie and incorporate him into our universe."

So based on that comment, it sounds like the job of actually making the movie fell to Marvel Studios — a fact that a lot of fans expected. Now that’s not to say that Sony was completely hands-off — at the end of the day, as the studio paying for the film, they had final say — but it sounds like they entrusted themselves in Marvel Studios’ capable hands. 

With those details laid out, it’s no wonder they seem itching to go out and make their own spinoff films like Venom and Silver & Black. When all said and done, it certainly sounds like they gave up a lot of their power to Marvel Studios. While this will ultimately lead to a lot of free money to them, we wouldn’t be surprised if it felt like a little bruise to their ego.

What do you think of Feige’s statements? Do you read it the same way we do? Let us know your thoughts down below!

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DC: Jon Berg Explains The Issues With Batman V Superman & Suicide Squad

21 hours ago

For Comic book fans, the DC Extended Universe has been similar to having one of your favorite bands release a few mediocre albums in a row. The substance and ability to please is there, yet, the execution has left something to be desired. Launching in 2013 with Man of Steel the Dceu has been unstable at best, while I personally loved Man of Steel, and could see the intent of Batman v Superman (it wasn’t that bad), I do feel like Suicide Squad was the worst of the three films. Don’t get me wrong, it was still a fun two hours, but I think it could have been so much more.

Speaking recently with Variety, producer Jon Berg gave us their insight on the issues and reception of the movies in the Dceu thus far.

“There are lessons from every movie. You would be silly not to analyze how a movie was received — what went right and what went wrong on the making of a movie. On Suicide Squad, the movie did incredibly well commercially. It didn’t work narratively. You had some great casting and some great characterizations, but where the story fell down was on narrative, on plot. We could do better. Batman v Superman was tonally dark. People didn’t respond to that.”Related: Justice League Reportedly Entering ‘Extensive’ Additional Photography

Doing well commercially and being critically acclaimed are two very different things. Even with a budget reportedly over $400 million (including promotions), Batman v Superman still raked in double that. However, the film was not universally loved by fans. Suicide Squad pulled in over $700 million worldwide, on a budget of $175 million, while more or less being received in similar fashion to Batman v Superman by fans.

It does appear as if Wonder Woman has stabilized the Dceu, at the very least it proves DC has the ability to produce on both fronts, both financially and critically. Fans can only hope that DC takes a look at why Wonder Woman was successful and applies aspects of that to future films, and judging by Berg's comments, it seems likely they will do so.

What are your thoughts on the Dceu? Has Wonder Woman restored your faith, or at least given you hope? Let us know in the comments down below!

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Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 To Use Marvel Character That Isn’t Iron Man

22 hours ago

“Just how is this new Spider-Man film going to be different from the past 5?”

We were all kind of asking ourselves that very question when we heard that they’d be having yet another standalone Spider-Man film. How would Peter Parker himself be different, and how would they manage to make the film  more than just a retread of the Sam Raimi trilogy? Tom Holland blew away the haters with his unique and wide-eyed take on the character in Captain America: Civil War, and with his next standalone film, Spider-Man: Homecoming, they’d take advantage of one big aspect they couldn’t have had before: the Marvel Cinematic Universe itself.

For Spider-Man: Homecoming, that would manifest itself in the form of Iron Man himself, Tony Stark — played by Robert Downey Jr. In this particular movie, he’d serve as a mentor for Peter Parker in his transition from your average ordinary rogue vigilante to a fully-fledged superhero. This would help to differentiate it from the other films, and would also (and more importantly) help put butts in seats that would otherwise be more skeptical.

But what about for Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 (or whatever they end up calling it)? Would Tony Stark always be around to interact with Peter and show him guidance? It doesn’t sound like it. But don’t think that means the ties to the McU will be any less prevalent in the next film. According to a new report from THR, Sony will be getting a “to-be-determined” marvel character for their next entry, and that Iron Man won’t be that character.

Personally, this sounds like a great approach. Keep this franchise fresh by highlighting the ties the McU, and give him a chance to interact with more members of the Avengers than just Tony. Like Ant-Man for instance. It’s probably the least interesting choice, but I can imagine the interactions between Spider-Man and Ant-Man to be all kinds of hilarious. Heck, maybe even throw Cap in there — though that may be a bit of a retread of Tony with the whole father figure thing.

Regardless of which way they go, the possibilities are endless, and we can’t wait to see which way they go!

Spider-Man: Homecoming hits theaters on July 7, 2017.

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Jack Black On How Robin Williams' Character Will Impact The Jumanji Sequel

23 hours ago

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle starring Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black and Karen Gillan is set to be released this December. The film is going to be a sequel to the original Jumanji film that starred the late Robin Williams, Kristen Dunst, and Bradley Pierce in 1995. It's about two kids that find a magical board game and as they play it they release a man who had been trapped there for decades, but in doing so also release other dangers that can only be returned by finishing the game. The film is an adaptation of the self-titled children's book published in 1981 by Chris Van Allsburg. How will this sequel connect with the original film which is 22 years old? As a courtesy I am going to put a Spoiler Alert as the topic at hand deals with some of the scenes in the film.

Thanks to an interview with The Hollywood Reporter with Jack Black on the sidelines of CineEurope in Barcelona we have some idea of what to expect. This is what he had to say about the differences between the two films:

“[In the original] you never got to see the inside world, but this one takes place primarily inside the jungle of Jumanji. That’s the coolest part of the film — we’re able to transport the audience to that secret and wondrous land, with the danger and the beauty."

So the film actually takes place inside game where Alan Parrish, Robin William's character, was trapped in for so many years. Speaking of Robin Williams, Black also commented on how his character from the 1995 film plays a role in the film,

“We’re exploring this jungle and trying to conquer the game; it’s life or death,” he said. “But while we’re there, we find clues left behind by [Williams’ character Alan Parrish]. He built up a full-blown jungle house, similar to a Swiss Family Robinson situation. It’s like he’s there helping us without actually being there.”

It will be great to see what Alan Parrish went through in that mysterious jungle land that is found inside the game. Although I am very happy to see this film get a sequel, I fear that the gap between films is too far and a lot of the younger generation won't be able to connect the two. Also my biggest issue is the casting of both Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart, I think that they are in too many films and we are getting to a point where although they have had some good films, we need to see some different faces on the big screen. But because of the nostalgia and also curiosity about the jungle world, I will definitely be watching this. Does Jumanji interest you? Does the casting make you want to watch the film more or less? Chime in below!

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle hit theaters December 20th, 2017.

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Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk Will Be Under Two Hours Long

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When you think of Christopher Nolan, chances are you don’t really think of brevity. His films are very entertaining, no doubt there, but they tend to be quite dense pieces of cinema that clock in around or above two-and-a-half hours or so. Given the increasingly abstract subject matter he likes to deal with, the runtimes are often quite fitting, but they are long nonetheless.

With Nolan’s upcoming World War II film, Dunkirk, one would also expect it to clock in at around the same runtime. War films tend to be pretty epic in scale, and given that Nolan has discussed ad nauseam about how the film will be told from different perspectives, we wouldn’t have been surprised if it clocked in at closer to three hours. 

Related: Nolan Discusses Dunkirk's Plot & Structure

Well, don’t go in expect another huge epic, as it sounds like Dunkirk may actually be a bit more bladder-friendly than we’re used to. According to THR, the runtime for Dunkirk will be one hour and 47 minutes — the typical runtime for your average non-blockbuster fare. What’s more, it’s a full 62 minutes shorter than his latest outing, Interstellar, and 41 minutes shorter than Inception.

We’re very interested to see what this means for the movie in terms of its pacing. Perhaps Nolan is making pains to try and be a bit more concise with his movies, or maybe it’s all to do with the more primal subject matter. He did discuss in the past that this movie plays out more like a thriller than a typical war film, so that likely has a lot to do with it. Regardless, it sounds like you’ll be able to drink that large Coke, after all, with little fear of having to get up in the middle of the movie.

Dunkirk hits theaters on July 21, 2017.

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Rumoured Fantastic Four Reboot Planned at Fox!

21 June 2017 9:00 AM, PDT

Fantastic Four has not fared well so far in the movie world, Marvel's original first family and Stan Lee's favourite creation has been developed twice by Fox who have the rights to the series and its characters. It would be fair to say that neither of these efforts has struck a chord with fans, in fact the latest offering in 2015 is frankly an awful film and has seemingly wrecked the career of director Josh Trank, losing him the Star Wars Boba Fett directing gig in the process (though to be fair, his behavior was also a big part of that loss).

But for Fox to hold onto the rights for these characters they must make movies, no matter how bad they are it seems. Fan's have long wished for them to allow the rights to revert back to Marvel/Disney in order for the characters and villains to be used within the McU. One universal truth is that Dr. Doom is one of Marvel greatest villains, and yet Fox have so far shown a complete misunderstanding of the character they have the rights to.

Related: Mads Mikkelson Walked Out Of His Fantastic Four Audition  

It now seems like Fox are planning to dip their toes in the well again. Bleeding Cool has heard from sources that Fox are getting ready for another shot, but with a completely different approach this time.

The outlet says that Seth Grahame-Smith has been hired to write the screenplay. Smith already has some history with this franchise, as he scripted a pass at the most recent Fantastic Four movie before Josh Trank decided to write his own screenplay instead. The outlet also says they have been told the focus for this reboot will be more kid friendly in the vein of The Incredibles, which is interesting. Many people have commented that The Incredibles is actually the best Fantastic Four movie to be released as it captures the spirit of the comic books so well. Apparently this new take will focus on telling the story through the eyes of the children of Reed and Sue Richards, Franklin and Valeria Richards, but Human Torch and Thing will be present as well. We can only assume this also means a full recast, the cast of the latest effort are far too young for this scenario and the tonal change would be too stark to buy for audiences. I also don't think Fox would want any new movie to be associated with that disastrous effort.

If true it's an interesting approach to take, as long as it doesn't get too campy like the Chris Evans starring original attempts at cracking this franchise. Most importantly, can they finally deliver a Dr. Doom that lives up to the iconic status he earned in the comics? And if it does not work out, Fox are free to give me a call as I have a really good outline for a Fantastic Four movie (I won't hold my breath), and if they mess up this third attempt, then frankly "It's clobberin' time."

So what do you guys think? Happy for them to take another shot, or do you just wish they'd give up and let Marvel have the characters back? Let us know in the comments down below.

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The Flash: Could The Former Han Solo Directors Hop On The Dceu Project?

21 June 2017 8:06 AM, PDT

Yesterday, we were hit with the bombshell news that Han Solo directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller would be stepping down as directors of the Star Wars spinoff. The cited reason was creative differences, and based on the reports that followed, it sounds like that is most definitely the case. As even Lord and Miller acknowledged, it’s a tired, clichéd line, but that doesn’t stop it from being true in this case.

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However, this does bring up one big question: what’s next for Lord and Miller? Admittedly, I’m not too worried about them. They’re talented filmmakers, and they’ll go on to direct amazing things in the future. That being said, we can’t help but wonder what’s next on the docket. A new report from TheWrap points to an interesting DC project.

According to the outlet, Lord and Miller met with DC Films during the production hiatus of the Han Solo spinoff film about the possibility of taking on The Flash. Sadly, that’s all the information we have about it, but it could potentially lead to them helming the long in-development project.

The Flash has had a bit of an arduous history. A couple years back, Lord and Miller wrote a story treatment for the film. They were offered to direct it, but declined due to their busy schedule. Seth Grahame-Smith signed on to write the screenplay and direct the script, but dropped out in April of 2016. Not long after, Dope director Rick Famuyiwa hopped on board to helm the project — he even went so far as to cast Kiersey Clemons as Iris West. However, creative differences got the better of his relationship with DC Films, and he dropped out that same October.

Earlier this year, it was revealed that The Flash would have a page one rewrite, and rumors started to fly about who could possibly take the helm of the project. Now, with Lord and Miller free from the Han Solo film — and with the previously-mentioned meeting having been rumored by TheWrap — is it possible that they’ll hop from Disney to Warner Bros. to take on the Scarlet Speedster? It almost feels like a poetic inevitability. They did, after all, write the original treatment, so it'd be nice to see things come full circle.

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Heroes Con Celebrated Its 35th Anniversary Bigger And Better!

21 June 2017 7:35 AM, PDT

This past weekend in Charlotte, North Carolina was one of the oldest comic book conventions in the South.  Heroes Con was founded in 1982, by Shelton Drum, who is the owner of the Heroes Aren’t Hard To Find.  Over the years this convention has built a reputation of being one of the few big conventions left that have a comic-first attitude.  Over the past 15 years most conventions have shifted their primary focus from comic books to celebrity autographs and more adult themes.  At Heroes Con fans can interact with their favorite professional and amateur artist. Babs Tarr, Neal Adams, Justin Latour, and Steve Seranko are just a few of the artist that were at the convention this past weekend that you could’ve talked to.  Heroes Con has become a Must attend for all comic book fans especially those located in the South.  

From the first Heroes Con to this past weekends 35th anniversary the primary focus every year has been comic books, family safe atmosphere, and great artwork.  

Vendors

Heroes Con offered more from a collectors standpoint than most other conventions in the United States. There was over one hundred different varying from high end classic comics to cheap fidget spinners. As a comic collector, there is a very small chance you may not find a certain issue, or grade. If you are willing to spend the time going to all the vendors and asking you will more than likely find whatever book you may be looking for.  On top of millions of comic books there is also a plethora of different collectible from bust, statues, clothing, collectible figures, saberes, accessories, jewelry, and the new fad of fidget spinners. There is literally something for everyone who attended Heroes Con, the problem becomes for most attendees is making the decision of what to leave behind. For the dedicated collectors that plan on attending next year is to make sure to have a priority list of what you want, and need.  

Artist/Panels

The amount of comic artists who come to Heroes Con is unlike anything you will ever see. With over two hundred artist in attendance every fan in attendance could find some piece of art they could appreciate.  Every artist in attendance was appreciative of the fans that came for autographs or commissions.  From artist like heavy weights Neal Adams and Steve Seranko to the newly popular Babs Tarr and Jason Latour, the amount of artwork at this convention is unbelievable.  If you are able to make it to the convention on Friday you should be able to get one of a kind commissions from your favorite artist. If your budget can’t afford original artwork then you can pick up prints made available from the artist to be autograph. Most comic book artist will sign comic books they were attached too for free.  

Heroes Con differentiates itself again from the panels it host over the weekend focused mainly focused on the comic book industry. With panels going on nonstop from Friday early afternoon to Sunday late afternoon the topics ranged from independent artist trying to get into the business to how to self-publish your own comic book. These panels are great for young artist who want to get into the business with plenty of insightful information, or kids with dreams of becoming an artist.  

2017 Heroes Con Gallery

Cosplay

Over the past ten years the Cosplay scene has grown at Heroes Con where they now have multiple group photos taken on Saturday, and in its 5th year a Cosplay contest on Sunday that had four different categories with plenty of contestants.  The difference in Cosplay at this convention to some of the more popular Cosplay Conventions is the focus on family atmosphere.  There are a few rules while attending Heroes Con mainly for the vendors, but while talking to a lot of the Cosplayers I found out some of the unwritten rules.  Although Cosplayers can attend as any character they would like, it is encouraged for both men and women that their outfits be appropriate enough for young kids to see.  Having these unwritten rules in place has seen a growth in Cosplayers attend especially in the younger audience.

Overall

Heroes Con has grown over the past 35 years to become one of the great Comic Conventions around.  While other convention may have changed to please their audience Heroes has stayed true to its core audience. With a priority on comic books and artwork it has found and grown an audience that is loyal to this convention. Most people you talk to at this convention will tell you that they have been coming for years, or that it is a family tradition to come to this convention. For collectors, fans of comic book art, and for families on a budget that want to enjoy a great atmosphere, this convention is a must.  Heroes Con may not have all the glitz and glamour as some of the other conventions, but because of its foundation it ranks in the top ten comic book conventions to attend in the U.S.

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Star Wars: Why Han Solo Directors Phil Lord & Chris Miller Were Fired

20 June 2017 8:09 PM, PDT

In case you haven’t heard, directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller have stepped down as directors the Han Solo film. Sure, we’ve seen directors depart projects all the time, but it’s usually some time before the actual production of the film starts, not when they still have weeks of shooting left. 

So what was the reason for their departure? Creative differences, for sure, but THR goes much deeper into the why. But before we get into the why, it’s important to note that, according to the outlet, Lord and Miller didn’t just depart from the film. They were fired.

Here’s what the outlet had to say:

“Sources say that the style and vision of Lord and Miller clashed with Lawrence Kasdan, the legendary screenwriter behind the classics Empire Strikes Back and Raiders of the Lost Ark and who also wrote, with his son, Jon Kasdan, the script for the Han Solo standalone set (for now) to be released in 2018.”

So what was the main cause of friction? Well, as directors with a comedy background, they tend to have a lot of improv, which is in stark contrast with what Kasdan likes — a strict adherence to the words he wrote on the page. This wasn’t just a sticking point that slowly rose during shooting, either. Apparently, it was a near day one problem. 

Related: Phil LordChris Miller Step Down As Directors Of Han Solo

There was also a difference in understanding the actual character of Han Solo. From the sound of the report, it sounds like Lord and Miller were aiming for a more wise-cracking, funny Han Solo, whereas Kasdan was likely in favor of a more sarcastic and selfish one.

Despite these differences, Lord and Miller had hoped that they’d be able to work through it.

Sadly, that was not the case. Kennedy backed Kasdan, and had to let the duo go. There are conflicting reports of whether or not Lord and Miller saw this coming. One source says they were blindsided, while another disputes the claim.

So what’s to become of the film that is currently in production? Well, it’s going on hiatus until they’re able to find a replacement director. Once they find a replacement, they’ll need to go through what Lord and Miller have shot, re-edit, and then figure out the best direction to go from there.

Possible candidates include Ron Howard (Apollo 13), Joe Johnston (Captain America: The First Avenger), and strangely enough, Lawrence Kasdan himself (The Big Chill). The latter name is an interesting one because he certainly seems to be the reason behind the firing. If this report is to be believed, then I’d personally like to see what Kasdan has to offer. After all, it wouldn’t be his first rodeo.

On the whole, I have to say I’m surprised it took this long for Lucasfilm to realize their creative differences with Lord and Miller. Given their track record, it seems like they should have known the type of movie they were in for.

What do you think of all this? Was Lucasfilm right to fire Lord and Miller? Was it understandable that this came so late in the game? Let us know your thoughts down below!

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Will Ferrell Reveals The Original Plot To Anchorman, A Survival Epic With Murderous Orangutans

20 June 2017 7:50 PM, PDT

Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy may be stupid, but it's about as hilarious as hilarious can be, which makes it brilliant, I guess? Quite possibly the most quotable film from my high school years, 2004's Anchorman cemented Will Ferrell as a comedy god, but created a movie he could never again fully live up to -- just take a look at Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. The film also catapulted Paul Rudd and Steve Carell to new heights, though it wasn't as generous to their fourth partner in news, David Koechner, who gets plenty of work, but not the same name recognition as the film's other stars. 

If you thought Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy was wacky and irreverent, just read what Ferrell had to say about the original version of the script to The Ringer:

“The first version of Anchorman is basically the movie Alive, where the year is 1976, and we are flying to Philadelphia, and all the newsmen from around the country are flying in to have some big convention. Ron convinces the pilot that he knows how to fly the charter jet, and he immediately crash-lands it in the mountains. And it’s just the story of them surviving and trying to get off the mountainside. They clipped a cargo plane, and the cargo plane crashed as well, close to them, and it was carrying only boxes of orangutans and Chinese throwing stars. So throughout the movie we’re being stalked by orangutans who are killing, one by one, the team off with throwing stars. And Veronica Corningstone keeps saying things like, ‘Guys, I know if we just head down we’ll hit civilization.’ And we keep telling her, ‘Wrong.’ She doesn’t know what we’re talking about. So that was the first version of the movie.”  

Though I love the original Anchorman, this version also sounds fantastic! The plot itself was toned down to be a little less...out there...the characters don't seem to have changed much from the original version, as the decision to ignore Veronica is just what these idiotic, sexist men would do. They should have made this script into Anchorman 2!

What do you think of the original version of Anchorman? Do you think it would have been too much, or does it sound like a good time? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below!

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Michael Bay On Transformers 5 Setting Up Future Films And Potential R-Rated Entries

20 June 2017 7:13 PM, PDT

Love them or hate them, there are going to be Transformers movies for years to come. Though tonight's release of Transformers: The Last Knight marks the final Transformers that Michael Bay will direct (or so he says...), it will not be the last in the franchise, with a Bumblebee spinoff coming next, and countless other projects dreamed up by the twelve writers Bay rounded up for his "writers' room." The Last Knight is already the fifth in the franchise, with the first debuting a decade ago in 2007. Bay has directed all five films in the franchise, so far...  

Fandango had an extensive conversation with Bay, who revealed that The Last Knight teases what comes next:

"If you watch it closely, there are a lot of ways that this movie can go from here. So it's basically like a launching board for wherever the series will continue." 

I guess you could say that about nearly any franchise film, especially in the age of the "Movie Universe," but I haven't seen the film, so I can't say how direct it will be in setting up future films, or what plot-points it may leave open for future filmmakers. Like Bay said, "Watch it closely," when/if you go see Transformers: The Last Knight.

Related: Transformers: The Bumblebee Spinoff Compared To The Iron Giant

Bay also addressed whether or not we would ever see an R-rated movie in the franchise:

"I would love that. I've always said that I think that would be a great idea. I don't know if Hasbro would ever have it work, but I think it would be a great idea." 

Another vague, non-committal answer from Michael Bay, everyone! It sounds like he's learned a thing or two from Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige about secrecy and leaving questions he can't answer open-ended. It also sounds like Hasbro is putting the same pressure on as Disney to not to allow their universes to dip into R-rated territory, for now. 

Are you seeing Transformers: The Last Knight this week? If so, are you down for more? How would you feel about an R-rated entry? Let us know in the comment section below!

Transformers: The Last Knight is now in theaters.

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Damon Lindelof Developing Watchmen Series For HBO

20 June 2017 6:19 PM, PDT

Watchmen, written by Alan Moore with art by Dave Gibbons, is considered one of the greatest graphic novels of all time. Watchmen appeared on Time's 2005 list of "All-Time 100 Greatest Novels" as well as the publication's 2009 "Top 10 Graphic Novels." The legacy of Watchmen has been felt in other forms of media as well, with DC launching Before Watchman prequel series not too many years ago, a motion comic adaptation released in 2009, an R-rated animated film that Warner Bros. announced this April, and, of course, the live-action feature film directed by Zack Snyder of 300 and Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice fame. Now, it appears another Watchmen adaptation is in the works, and it just may be the best venue for the project yet, aside from the masterful original comics.

Variety reports that Damon Lindelof, creator of Lost and HBO's The Leftovers, is in talks to develop Watchmen as an HBO series. HBO attempted to adapt Watchmen back in 2014, but Lindelof's version is said to be brand new and will start from scratch, not using anything already developed by HBO. Aside from that, not much is known about the project.

I may be in the minority, but I really liked Snyder's film version of the 1985 graphic novel, though it can't compare to Moore's original writing. It's my favorite Snyder project; my main gripe with the film being the fact that too much was condensed to fit a film's typical run-time (though it is a looong film). Watchmen always seemed more like a TV project to me, especially now in the era where prestige TV can be as good as the best movie. Doing each issue as an episode would allow the story to breathe, and with HBO behind this new version of Watchmen, we know budget and graphic content will not be an issue. As long as we're not adding story-lines, or using Before Watchmen to support multiple seasons, I'm totally on board!

Does this mean Warner Bros.' animated project is on hold? Are the two related? Is the studio just going full Dr. Manhattan on us and producing both?

What do you think of another Watchmen adaptation, this time on HBO? Should they wait longer to distance themselves from Snyder's film? Or should they not do it at all? Let us know in the comment section below!

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