Monthly Archives: November 2016

‘Pokemon’ Live-Action Movie ‘Detective Pikachu’ Find’s A Director

‘Pokemon’ Live-Action Movie ‘Detective Pikachu’ Find’s A Director

Today, Deadline revealed that Goosebumps and Monsters vs. Aliens director Rob Letterman has boarded Lionsgate upcoming Pokemon live-action movie. As previously reported this movie will not be based on either of the manga, cartoon or video games during the titles almost 20 year existence.The script is currently being penned by Captain Marvel writer Nicole Perlman

Tom Cruise’s ‘The Mummy’ Synopsis Gets A Reveal

With lots of buzz for Tom Cruises The Mummy to start off the new Universal Monster cinematic universe. It gives me anticipation for a fourth coming trailer with this synopsis release of cast and crew. give it a read below. THE MUMMY Genre: Epic action-adventure Cast: Tom Cruise, Sofia Boutella, Annabelle Wallis, Jake Johnson, Courtney

‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Casting-Call Confirms January 2017 Production Start

It was assumed that production on Avengers: Infinty War would begin this November in Atlanta, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. We haven’t had official casting announcements for returning or new actors, which is completely bizarre for a project of this size. A new casting-call from Central Casting (via Project Casting) is looking for

‘Doctor Strange’ Breaks $600M Mark; Highest Grossing 1st Solo Installment

Marvel Studios is more than likely going to make it official soon that they’re moving forward with Doctor Strange 2, as the first film has now grossed $616 million worldwide.   DOCTOR STRANGE docket: Domestic ($205.1M) Int’l ($410.9M) Worldwide ($616M) — Exhibitor Relations (@ERCboxoffice) November 27, 2016 Doctor Strange is now the highest grossing first

Could Neill Blomkamp’s ‘Alien 5’ Take Cues From William Gibson’s Unused ‘Alien 3’ Script?

The history of the Alien sequels post-Aliens is a maze of failed concepts and combative producers having zero clue what they wanted creatively from their filmmakers, ultimately having very little vision for what the films should be. Nothing could be a better of example of this during the notoriously horrid pre-production and production process for what