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Article inside The official "Explain That Ending" thread (a.k.a. Endings For Dummies)

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Jeepers Creepers 3 releases Sept. 26, 2017

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If you want to watch Jeepers Creepers 3, we now have the film’s official release date which is set to hit the board later this fall.

The 2001 horror flick Jeepers Creepers has a bit of a cult following in the horror community. It garnered enough fan praise at the time to warrant a sequel, which would come in 2003. While not as well-received as its predecessor, JC fans have been hopeful for years to see a third installment.

Now in 2017, Jeepers Creepers 3 has not only completed filming, but it has an official release date on the board! Thanks to Joshua Millican at Horror Freak News, we can report that the movie will be premiering on September 26, 2017. It had previously been theorized by the website that JC3 would be arriving on that date, but the film’s listing on the AMC website now confirms the date.

AMC’s listing also reveals the official running time and rating for Jeepers Creepers 3. The film is rated R and will clock in at 1 hour, 40 minutes. We also know that Gina Philips will reprise her role as Trish from the first film, and Jonathen Breck will be playing the Creeper once again. It’s also said that the film leaves the door open for more sequels.

Official synopsis:

Taking place on the last day of the Creeper’s twenty-three-day feeding frenzy, as the skeptical Sargent Tubbs teams up with a task force hellbent on destroying the Creeper for good. The Creeper fights back in gory glory as its enemies grow closer than ever before to learning the secret of its dark origins.

Jeepers Creepers 3 will be in theaters on September 26, 2017, as referenced above. As Millican says in the HFN article, no trailer or poster is as of yet available, but we expect them to drop any day now.

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Article inside The Jetsons Live-Action Sitcom From Robert Zemeckis Lands at ABC

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The Alphabet network has given a put-pilot order to a live-action sitcom reboot of The Jetsons, TVLine has learned. The remake, first reported here back in June, will update the classic 1960s Hanna-Barbera cartoon about a futuristic family, this time as a traditional multi-camera sitcom. Oscar-winning director Robert Zemeckis (Forrest Gump, Back to the Future) will serve as an executive producer, with Family Guy writer Gary Janetti penning the pilot.

Janetti’s presence may be a hint about the tone of these new-look Jetsons, which “looks at America’s favorite future family through a modern filter,” per the official network description. (This time, when George yells “Jane, stop this crazy thing,” will he throw in a few curse words while he’s at it?)

This is a homecoming of sorts: The original Jetsons cartoon aired on ABC from 1962 to 1963, centering on dad George, mom Jane, daughter Judy and son Elroy as they lived in a automated world ruled by nifty futuristic conveniences like their robot maid Rosie.

Here’s the full logline of the Jetsons reboot, from ABC: “Based on the classic cartoon, this multi-camera sitcom set 100 years in the future looks at America’s favorite future family through a modern filter.”

 
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Dragon Ball Super Gokus new transformation!

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Article inside REVIEW: The Defenders: Marvels Netflix Game Hasnt Improved

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What is it about Marvel TV shows and their inability to tell halfway redeemable superhero stories that pale in comparison to even the most mediocre big screen counterparts? Marvel’s ABC series are abominable (the upcoming “Inhumans” looks like it’s about to be savaged by critics), the FX shows aren’t great (sorry, I don’t love “Legion,” though it’s definitely the best of the bunch so far) and the comic book studio’s Netflix shows are largely hit-and-miss, at best. Even when they’re adequate (the glowering “Daredevil,” the snippy “Jessica Jones”), there are qualities within — soap opera-ish melodrama, tons of plotblocking — that are so hard to tolerate.

Maybe the question should be: what’s up with superhero narratives on TV and their atrocious attention to quality control? And it’s not a question of budgets and VFX that can’t compare; they can’t, but strong characters and story should always trounce these issues.

Perhaps the Marvel TV problem is the lack of MCU mastermind Kevin Feige and the surplus of Jeph Loeb (and perhaps Ike Perlmutter, who now has no purview over Marvel movies but still has input on their small screen fare). Say what you will about Marvel Studios, but they are very good at what they do and generally nail the absolutely critical tone of their superhero movies. And they’re not unimpeachable. I haven’t liked a Marvel movie since ‘Civil War,’ but tone and consistency of brand is not something they need to worry about.



Marvel shows on Netflix suffer from a litany of issues. Plotting is rote, actors are an issue unless your name is Krysten Ritter (the less said about Mike Colter and Finn Jones the better), the angst-ridden characters are largely one-dimensional (everyone), their problems tend to be a wounded-bird variation on “what’s your damage?” and the tone is…well, fairly consistent, but it’s a superficially dark and moody mien that never convinces. It’s cheesy and hackneyed, to be honest, like watching a bunch of B-list actors who failed their audition to play Christian Bale’s Dark Knight thinking to themselves, “if I can just express a little bit more inner torment and anguish, I’m gonna nail this role.”

Apart from half a season of “Jessica Jones” (until it restarts itself all over again midway through the season with big plotblock 2×4 to the face), elements of “Daredevil” (please don’t insist on those poorly choreographed hallway fights; one long shot doesn’t inherently make that shot good), and the introduction of the Punisher, Marvel’s Netflix shows are largely unremarkable. Like the problem with many superhero narratives in movies and TV, they place a high premium on brooding aesthetics while offering very little in the way of persuasive emotional, psychological or moral depth (the gaslighting moments of “Jessica Jones” being the exception). Even classic good vs. evil archetypes (we’re not asking for a lot) aren’t very compelling.



Which takes us to “The Defenders,” Marvel’s latest show. The confluence of all the superhero shows that have come before plays more like “Luke Cage” and “Iron Fist” (the worst of the bunch) and less “Daredevil” and “Jessica Jones.” “The Defenders,” like all of the other Marvel Netflix shows, is a passive rather than engaging experience. It’s like a lot of TV, which is incredibly easy to digest but extremely difficult to gain nutrition from. It’s classic Television, before the age of engaging Peak TV: you can switch your brain off for a minute because there is virtually nothing to think about other than what’s on screen. No pesky subtext, none of that nuance stuff, no mystery other than where the plot will go, but even blockbuster escapism is far more interesting than what little is given here. Diagnosing the issues of ‘Defenders’ is somewhat difficult because the show has zero to say other than the now-clichéd notion that there’s no I in team if you want to defeat the bad guys (the mother hen of which is Sigourney Weaver). This version says: reluctant, sort-of super heroic people can still be superheroes.



“The Defenders” is more plot follow through than anything else, essentially a continuation of the “Iron Fist” story that was weaved through “Daredevil.” That narrative focused on the evil, mystical ninja force known as The Hand, which is trying to take over and destroy New York City (for reasons unknown, but surely feel weightless). If that sounds lame, that’s because it is.

The petulant and privileged Danny Rand (aka Iron Fist, and played by a perpetually huffy Jones) and Matt Murdock (aka Daredevil, and played by Cox who is no thespian) are trying to defeat The Hand in parallel, but unbeknownst to one another and not in conjunction. Sucked into their efforts is the unenthusiastic Jessica Jones (Ritter) — whose character is really just the annoyingly sarcastic and insufferable Daria of the super hero world—and more accidentally, Luke Cage (the still utterly wooden Mike Colter), the earnest and easily most blandly written character of the bunch. (Special shout out to Scott Glenn‘s particular brand of awful as the character Stick).

These disparate forces of good in New York — not heroes, just regular Manhattanites with special abilities — unite to fight the forces of evil and it doesn’t get much deeper. What’s supposed to differentiate “The Defenders” is the idea that none of these characters are traditional superheroes, and most of them are incredibly averse to working with other people. So while a threat to New York lives below the city, the Defenders vote against their own best interests and try and work solo, rather than recognizing the strength in numbers. Until they don’t and they figure sh*t out. That’s pretty much the show.

There’s been some talk of “The Defenders” characters crossing over into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. For one, you can bet that’s never going to happen for political reasons (Feige hates Perlmutter and basically all the TV shows, and for good reason, as they cheapen the Marvel Studios brand) and two, quality control. These shows simply aren’t up to par. So you can cross that pipe dream off your list.



While only four of eight episodes of “The Defenders” were made available to press (the show is truncated compared to the thirteen episodes of the previous shows), nothing about the series sparks or catches fire. Even the fourth episode that finally teams up all characters is underwhelming.

With lackluster characters (and flavorless actors) picking up where their facile story left off, “The Defenders” doesn’t offer much to viewers. Mind you, fans of superhero TV shows will probably leave feeling satisfied. It’s standard, digestible, easy-to-following storytelling that is at least marginally entertaining. And truth be told, “The Defenders” is moderately watchable, but it’s just not any good.

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For the most part, the Doctor Strange movie was a self-contained installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But after the main story had concluded, Stephen Strange branched out into the wider, non-magical MCU when he met with Thor at the Sanctum Sanctorum.The Doctor Strange mid-credits scene showed Strange promising to help the God of Thunder find Odin, and it was later confirmed that the Master of the Mystic Arts would appear in Thor: Ragnarok. Thanks to a Japanese trailer for the third Thor movie, we have our first taste of how Doctor Strange will fit into the narrative, and it involves him delivering cryptic advice to Thor Odinson.

Most of this new Thor: Ragnarok trailer (posted by Cinema Today) plays similarly to the one that was screened at San Diego Comic-Con last month, but the beginning of the preview shows Doctor Strange and Thor back in the Sanctum Sanctorum. This scene appears to take place directly after their conversation in the Doctor Strange mid-credits scene, meaning they're about to go looking for Odin. But before the search begins, Strange tells Thor that he senses a great change in his future, and that destiny has dire plans for him. Thor isn't particularly fazed by these words, responding that he has dire plans for destiny. From there, the trailer delves into the main story Thor: Ragnarok story points, i.e. battling Hela, getting into trouble on Sakaar, etc.

It's hard to tell what Doctor Strange is specifically referring to when talking with Thor in this new trailer. If we're looking purely through the Thor: Ragnarok lens, then the "great change" could refer to Thor losing his trusty hammer, and destiny's "dire plans" is connected to Hela, the Asgardian goddess of death, trying to destroy Asgard with the apocalyptic Ragnarok event. However, with Avengers: Infinity War on the horizon, perhaps Strange is vaguely aware of the events to come (either through his magic or the Time Stone) when Thanos and the Black Order arrive on Earth, and that epic tale will show Thor being dealt an unexpected blow.

Although Doctor Strange is showing up in Thor: Ragnarok, he's not expected to play a major role in the story. One could surmise that after he locates Odin for Thor, Strange will return to the Sanctum Sanctorum to continue his sorcerous duties. It also appear that his involvement may just be limited to the beginning of the movie since most of Thor: Ragnarok's action will take place away from Earth. Fortunately for Thor, even without Doctor Strange accompanying him across the Nine Realms, he won't be lacking for superhero assistance. That's because Thor will reunite with Bruce Banner, a.k.a. The Hulk, on Sakaar, and they'll later join forces with Valkyrie and Loki to stop Hela and her allies from unleashing Ragnarok.


Thor: Ragnarok arrives in theaters on November 3, and both Thor and Doctor Strange will return on May 4, 2018 for Avengers: Infinity War.

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Image inside Shannon Lees official Bruce Lee biopic to shoot in September

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George Nolfi’s Birth of the Dragon, a fable-based movie about Bruce Lee (portrayed by Wild City’s Philip Ng), will finally be making its way to theaters on August 25th – but Bruce Lee better watch out, because Bruce Lee is coming for him… (wait, what?!)

Bruce Lee’s daughter, Shannon Lee, is currently location scouting in Penang, Malaysia for Little Dragon, which will start shooting in September. According to MMO, a major portion of Little Dragon will be shot there. “We are looking for sites to replicate the 1950s period in Hong Kong when my father was growing up,” Shannon stated at a news conference.

The same source adds that 5,000 people around the world have auditioned for the role of a 17 to 18-year-old Bruce Lee – one of the four shortlisted is a Malaysian actor.

Filmmaker Shekhar Kapur, who helmed Elizabeth (1998) and New York, I Love You (2008), will be directing/co-writing Little Dragon, which is being produced/co-written by Bruce Lee Entertainment, the company operated by Shannon, making the film an official, authorized biopic of martial arts legend Bruce Lee.

According to Variety, Little Dragon is a contemporary dramatization of the 1950s Hong Kong social and political forces that shaped Bruce Lee into both the most famous martial arts star of all time and a significant modern day philosopher. Themes include family disappointment, young love, true friendship, betrayal, racism, deep poverty and an inner fire that threatened to unravel his destiny.

“I always thought that a film about how my father’s life was shaped in his early years in Hong Kong would be a worthwhile story to share so we could better understand him as a human being and a warrior,” said Lee. “I’m really excited that Shekhar will breathe life into the first film from Bruce Lee Entertainment.”

Little Dragon will be just one of the many films centering on the life of Bruce Lee. During the 70s, a string of biopics were made that included 1974’s Dragon Story and 1976’s Bruce Lee: The Man, The Myth (both starring Ho Chung Tao); in 1993 came Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (starring Jason Scott Lee); in 2010, Bruce Lee My Brother (starring Aarif Lee) was produced with the full support of Bruce’s brother, Robert Lee (Lady Killer); and most recently, Birth of the Dragon (starring Philip Ng), a soon-to-be-released, fable-based movie that focused on Lee’s disputed bout with Master Wong Jack-Man was completed.

Little Dragon is expected to be released in late 2018.

 
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Justice League will mark Ben Affleck’s second feature film as Batman. Well, technically it’s his third. “Do I get credit for the Suicide Squad gross?” the actor laughs, joking (and underestimating) that he was onscreen for “less than 35 seconds” in last year’s supervillain team-up film. He’ll have a decidedly larger role when DC’s good guys mobilize in the November blockbuster, which unites Affleck’s Dark Knight and Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman alongside Ezra Miller’s Flash, Ray Fisher’s Cyborg, and Jason Momoa’s Aquaman. (And maybe Henry Cavill’s Superman, if he’s not quite dead.)

That means Batman has to learn to work together with his fellow superheroes. “He’s put in this position of having to reach out, find other people, convincing them to do something,” Affleck explains. “Part of the drama of the movie is the question of whether or not the team is going to come together. It’s very different from the tenor of the last movie.”

And the character is very different, too. “BvS departed a little bit from the traditional Batman,” says Affleck. “He started out with all this rage directed at Superman, because of his coworkers who had died in the fight Superman had with Zod.” For Affleck, most of the hero’s ensuing actions were defined by barely-repressed fury – in contrast to the Batman we meet in Justice League. “He was holding on to a lot of anger, in a little bit of an irrational way,” Affleck says. “Whereas this is a much more traditional Batman. He’s heroic. He does things in his own way, but he wants to save people, help people.”

Affleck frames the new attitude as a return to a more classical incarnation of the Caped Crusader. “This is more in keeping with the canon of how Batman’s usually been portrayed, and how he’s portrayed vis a vis the Justice League in the comics,” he explains. “This is more the Batman you would find if you opened up your average Batman comic book.”

“Not that it’s average,” Affleck clarifies. “I think it’s a really cool story. Actually, it’s sort of a story about multilateralism. It’s not a bad theme to have!” Hey, if the universe’s moodiest billionaire can learn the value of collaboration, there’s hope for us all.

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