Author Archives: Christopher Marc

Kevin Feige Comments On Ronda Rousey’s ‘Captain Marvel’ Campaign

Kevin Feige Comments On Ronda Rousey’s ‘Captain Marvel’ Campaign

It’s starting to sound like nobody is really locked-in for the Captain Marvel role, as Kevin Feige recently stated an announcement won’t be coming until next year. New comments via IGN, seemingly give the impression they won’t even pursue actresses until they have a script in their hands to figure-out the type of actor they

J.C. Chander To Direct Former Kathryn Bigelow Project ‘Triple Frontier’; Will Smith Interested

Variety reports that Paramount has hired J.C. Chander (A Most Violent Year) to direct their international crime thriller Triple Frontier, a former project Kathryn Bigelow was eyeing as her next movie. The film is set in the notorious border zone between Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil where the Iguazu and Parana rivers converge — making “la

Marvel Might Have Contingency Story Plans For Characters Like ‘X-Men’

Just yesterday I was listing the pros and possibilities of Marvel trying to convince Fox to allow them to use a character like Wolverine in the Marvel cinematic universe, which would be to the benefit of both studios. A new quote from Marvel’s Kevin Feige via Slash Film, during a press conference for the home release of

‘Sicario’ Director Denis Villeneuve Would “Love” To Tackle James Bond

Skyfall and Spectre director Sam Mendes recently gave the impression he might be finished with the Bond franchise, so when directors talk about interest in 007 our ears perk-up slightly. During an interview with Coming Soon (via The Playlist), Sicario director Denis Villeneuve revealed he’d love to direct a Bond movie one day. A promising idea

Matthew Vaughn Directing Spy Thriller ‘I Am Pilgrim’ Next Year; Could Brad Pitt Star?

The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Kingsman‘s Matthew Vaughn will direct MGM’s adaptation of the Terry Hayes (Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, Payback) novel I Am Pilgrim, with production scheduled to begin in 2016. The story follows “Pilgrim,” code name for a man who doesn’t exist. The adopted son of a wealthy American family,