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Video inside Honest Trailers - Ghost In The Shell

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Video inside ‘The Vault’ Trailer: James Franco Turns A Heist Into Horror

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Geez, in the time it takes for you to get up and get your morning cup of coffee, James Franco has probably finished a role in yet another movie. The actor and filmmaker, who clearly doesn’t rest, has turned up in “The Vault,” a movie we barely knew existed. Even more, it’s on its way to theaters.

Directed by Dan Bush (“The Signal“), and also starring Taryn Manning, Francesca Eastwood, Clifton Collins Jr., and Scott Haze, we will admit the movie comes with a pretty nifty premise. When a bank is robbed, the manager unleashes an unholy terror from the a secret vault in the basement. But from there, this seems to play out like pretty much every other contained horror/thriller, except this time with Franco and his moustache, presumably from during the time he was shooting his upcoming series “The Deuce.”

“The Vault” gets unlocked in select theaters and On Demand on September 1st.


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Article inside Universal Hits $4 Billion in 2017 Worldwide Box Office, Led by ‘Fate of the Furious’

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Universal Pictures has crossed the $4 billion milestone in worldwide box office for the second time in the studio’s 105-year history, led by “Despicable Me 3” and “The Fate of the Furious.”

Universal noted Monday that itÂ’s the first studio to hit this milestone in 2017. ItÂ’s taken in $1.265 billion domestically and $2.791 billion internationally so far this year.

“The Fate of the Furious” set the mark in April for the biggest global opening of all time ($542 million) and the biggest international opening ever ($443.2 million). The film has gone on to gross more than $1.239 billion worldwide and is only the sixth film in history to cross $1 billion at the international box office. At $392 million, “Fate of the Furious” is the highest grossing foreign film of all time in China.

Illumination’s “Despicable Me 3” has grossed more than $732.5 million globally. The film had the biggest opening day and weekend of all time for an animated film in China, where it has grossed $114 million.

Universal’s 2017 total includes five other films that have topped $250 million in worldwide box office this year — “The Mummy” ($392.5 million worldwide), Illumination’s “Sing” ($632.3 million worldwide), “Fifty Shades Darker” ($380.2 million worldwide), “Get Out” ($252.6 million worldwide), and “Split” ($277.8 million worldwide).

Universal has been No. 1 at the domestic box office for eight weekends this year and at the international box office for eight weekends.

Universal had its best year in 2015 with $6.89 billion, including $1.67 billion of that from “Jurassic World.”

Universal’s upcoming 2017 titles include Tom Cruise’s “American Made” on Sept. 29 and “Pitch Perfect 3” on Dec. 22

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Article inside Avengers 3 Director Says Captain Marvel is Not in Infinity War

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One of the Avengers: Infinity War directors says that Brie LarsonÂ’s Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel will not be making an appearance in the film next year. The news comes following the San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend, where Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios revealed some of the first creative details about the 2019 Captain Marvel solo film. Not only was Samuel L. JacksonÂ’s Nick Fury confirmed to be appearing in the movie, but much to the excitement of Marvel fans everywhere, Feige also revealed that Captain Marvel will be set in the 1990s and will finally introduce the legendary Skrulls into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

While she was never officially confirmed to be a part of the filmÂ’s ensemble, Carol Danvers has been closely associated with the Infinity War film, since she was often rumored to be making her first appearance in the 2018 film. Now, it looks as though fans may actually have to wait until the 2019 solo outing before they finally get to see LarsonÂ’s Captain Marvel make her long-awaited debut on the big screen.

Infinity War co-director Joe Russo confirmed that Larson will not be in the third Avengers film while speaking with Comicbook.com this past weekend, saying “She’s not in Avengers 3.” The director, however, did not further elaborate on Marvel’s big screen plans for the character, or what her involvement may be in the currently untitled Avengers 4, which the Russos are also directing, and will be hitting theaters in 2019, just one year after Infinity War does.

Now, itÂ’s entirely possible that Russo is just trying to throw fans from predicting Captain MarvelÂ’s introduction in the film. But whether he is or not, itÂ’s not hard to see why thereÂ’s so much curiosity and anticipation surrounding Captain MarvelÂ’s inevitable introduction into the MCU. Carol Danvers is, after all, a character that fans have been asking for Marvel to bring to life on the big screen for years now. And while progress on the film was slow for quite some time, after the Captain Marvel film found its own directors a couple months ago, and Brie Larson was cast in the role last year, anticipation has only been growing more and more as of late.

Based on Russo’s comments here — and the fact that Captain Marvel will be the last MCU film released before it — it’s likely safe to speculate that the character will play some kind of a role in Avengers 4. That makes even more sense when considering that Russo recently confirmed filming on Avengers 4 begins in two weeks, likely explaining the confusion surrounding the Captain Marvel-related casting call for the Avengers films that was released recently. Whether that’s the case or not, though, the recent Captain Marvel movie news only makes the circumstances surrounding her inevitable interactions with the Avengers and the rest of the MCU heroes that much more interesting to think about, especially if she’ll really only be introduced after things in the universe have already gotten tumultuous in Infinity War next year.

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Article inside The Rock’s Black Adam won’t be in ‘Shazam’, Geoff Johns confirms

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Last week we learned that Shazam will go into production early next year, but there were some conflicting reports as to whether or not Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson would still star as the villain. Yahoo caught up with DC Films president Geoff Johns for an answer.

“We haven’t announced any casting yet,” Johns said. “But Dwayne isn’t going to be in this movie. He’s still doing Black Adam, but he won’t be in Shazam.”

So there you have it. The Rock wonÂ’t be in Shazam, and instead will star in his own Black Adam movie which will probably set up a Shazam vs. Black Adam fight for a future movie.

With Black Adam absent, which villain would you like to see in Shazam? Let me know in the comments below.

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Article inside James Cameron Wants To Make New ‘Terminator’ Trilogy

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James Cameron, who is currently in the process of making four sequels to “Avatar,” certainly knows a thing or two about squeezing a movie property until there’s nothing left to give. The man behind the groundbreaking “The Terminator” and the iconic “Terminator 2: Judgement Day” (which is headed to theaters next month in an unnecessary 3D re-release) has watched over the years as the series he started has run itself into the ground. However, the rights for “The Terminator” franchise come back into the hands of Cameron in 2019, and he’s eager to set the ship right.

In an interview with News Australia, the director revealed he’s currently working on rebooting “The Terminator,” and of course, it’s not just going to be one movie.

“I am in discussions with [producer] David Ellison, who is the current rights holder globally for the ‘Terminator’ franchise and the rights in the US market revert to me under US copyright law in a year and a half so he and I are talking about what we can do. Right now we are leaning toward doing a three-film arc and reinventing it,” Cameron said.

Presumably, overhauling the franchise will include “Deadpool” director Tim Miller, who was announced last year to be the director of a brewing reboot. But it certainly sounds like they’re planning something much more ambitious.

Meanwhile, fans have pointed out time and again how Cameron has at times endorsed the sequels, including the truly execrable “Terminator Genisys,” the director says he was just doing his buddy, Arnold Schwarzenegger, a favor.

“I think it’s fairly widely known that I don’t have a lot of respect for the films that were made later,” Cameron stated. “I was supportive at the time in each case for Arnold’s sake because he is a close friend. He has been a mate of mine since 33 years ago so I was always supportive and never too negative. But they didn’t work for me for various reasons.”

There’s a big difference between not being too negative, and recording video featurettes for ‘Genisys,’ but I guess it all depends on how you look at it. At any rate, it looks like Cameron is going to be spending a good chunk of the years ahead branding and franchising “Avatar” and “The Terminator.” Whether or not Schwarzenegger will return — he insists that he will — remains to be seen. [via Bloody Disgusting]

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Image inside Henry Cavill’s Mustache Hinders ‘Justice League’ Reshoots

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Henry Cavill’s mustache has escalated the budget for Warner Bros.’ “Justice League” and thrown stars’ schedules into conflict, TheWrap has learned — all because rival studio Paramount won’t let him shave it while he also shoots the new “Mission: Impossible” film.

Pre-scheduled reshoots have run longer that planned, multiple individuals with knowledge of the situation said, ratcheting up stress and costs on the superhero orgy as it races to make a November release date.

Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher and Cavill have been bouncing back and forth from soundstages in Los Angeles to locations in London, pulling them from existing commitments and adding to the studioÂ’s travel expenses, one of the insiders said.

The problem is that Superman’s clean-shaven look is as enduring as his red cape — and Cavill has grown facial hair for the sixth installment of Paramount’s “Mission: Impossible” franchise. After learning of the “Justice League” reshoot commitments, distributor Paramount forbade Cavill from shaving a mustache he had grown for the spy film, several people close to the scuffle said.

So the ‘stache — see it in its rugged glory here — will be digitally removed by Warner Bros. in post-production, at Warner Bros.’ expense. Superman’s clean-cut looks remains intact and convincing on screen, one insider said.

Representatives for Warner Bros. and Paramount Pictures declined to comment on the matter, mustache or otherwise.

 
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Article inside RIP: John Heard, Dad From 'Home Alone', Dies at 72

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The longtime character actor also had roles in Tom Hanks' 'Big' and 'The Pelican Brief.'

Actor John Heard, best known for his role as the father to Macaulay Culkin's character in the '90s Home Alone films, died on Friday, the Santa Clara County coroner's office confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 72.

The cause of Heard's death is still under investigation.

In addition to his role as Peter McCallister in Home Alone, Heard's other acting credits include Big, The Pelican Brief, Miami Vice, Modern Family and many more. Heard earned an Emmy nomination for best guest star in a drama series in 1999 for his role as Det. Vin Makazian on HBO's The Sopranos.

Recently, he appeared on WGN's TV drama Outsiders and CBS' MacGyver.

Heard began his acting career on the stage in the 1970s before making his leap to the screen. His breakthrough role came in 1981, when he starred opposite Jeff Bridges in Cutter's Way.

The star was briefly married to Superman actress Margot Kidder and later had a child with actress Melissa Leo. He had two other children with second wife Sharon Heard.

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Article inside 'Justice League' Reshoots Cost $25 Million, Joss Whedon Reportedly Won't Receive Credit

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When director Zack Snyder stepped away from Warner Bros.Â’ and DC FilmsÂ’ mega-anticipated superhero team-up film Justice League in the wake of a family tragedy, the man who directed The Avengers stepped in to take his place. But will Joss Whedon receive directing credit for his work on the movie? A new report claims he wonÂ’t, and also sheds some light on the filmÂ’s extensive (and expensive) reshoots.

Over the weekend, Warner Bros. unveiled a new trailer for Justice League at Hall H, and released it online immediately afterward. One of the channels they released it through was their official Warner Bros. UK YouTube channel, where ScreenRant noticed an interesting bit of text in the description:

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A film by Zack Snyder and Joss Whedon starring Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Henry Cavill, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller and Ray Fisher.
ThatÂ’s the first time weÂ’d seen WhedonÂ’s name alongside SnyderÂ’s in any sort of official capacity like that, and the studio swiftly removed the credit from the videoÂ’s description. To be clear, it isnÂ’t studio executives who decide if thereÂ’s a Joss Whedon Justice League directing credit. That decision lies with the DirectorÂ’s Guild of America. But itÂ’s an interesting thing to think about, and something IÂ’ve been wondering about ever since Whedon officially boarded the project.

We know that even before he stepped into the director’s chair, Whedon did some work on the film’s script. By the time the movie is released, he’ll have been shepherding it toward the screen in a directing capacity for just under six months. And while Ray Fisher (Cyborg) indicated at SDCC that the movie’s reshoots were “brief, if anything,” we have it on good authority that Whedon has overhauled a significant amount of the movie.

A new report from Variety confirms our intel, revealing that the studio is spending $25 million on reshoots that have lasted roughly two months, which is far longer than the average time thatÂ’s normally built in for films of this size. The report also says that the reshoots are problems for the in-demand cast, and it hilariously uses Henry Cavill as an example: his character in Mission: Impossible 6 has a mustache, and Paramount refuses to let him shave it off when he heads across town to film his Superman scenes, so itÂ’ll have to be digitally removed from the Justice League pick-ups.

VarietyÂ’s report also quotes an inside source as telling them that Whedon wonÂ’t be receiving directing credit on the movie. But unless their source is from the DGA, IÂ’m not sure about the accuracy of that claim.


A Brief Trip Through DGA History
The guild was created, at least in part, to preserve the creative rights of film directors, but it was in existence for decades before the studios agreed, after contract negotiations in 1978, that there would only be one director credited for a film at any given time. According to the DGAÂ’s website:

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Director Elliot Silverstein, chair of the 1978 Creative Rights Negotiating Committee, recalled that “Our concern was that the use of more than one director (and if two why not three or four, etc.?) would lead to the producer becoming an über director and the director(s) becoming messengers. We did not want the Guild’s members to be involved in a ‘piece goods’ profession, blurring individual vision, authority and credit.”
While not quite going as far as to embrace the auteur theory entirely, the guild recognized the practicality of having one person in charge of a production:
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“A single director is an organizational imperative,” DGA Secretary-Treasurer and Western Directors Council member Gil Cates explained. “A film is a complex form involving the integration of many elements. It’s a composite from many people — the writer, the actor, the director of photography. I’m sure that what is going on in the world at the time is also thrown in as part of the composite. So I’m not saying the vision has to be generated by one person, but, the best way to have that integration be successful is to have it articulated by a single person.”
One of the reasons the DGA has been so strict about only crediting a single director is because of what was happening elsewhere in Hollywood. They saw the complicated arbitration process in the Writers Guild, for example, when multiple writers contributed to a screenplay and credit needed to be determined. They were also looking to avoid the proliferation of producer credits being handed out to anyone with a passing involvement with the film. While actual producers are extraordinarily important to making a movie, sometimes people receive producer credit for questionable reasons. IÂ’ve heard stories of people being awarded producer credits who arenÂ’t even as involved in the creation of the film as craft service personnel.


There Are Exceptions to Every Rule
But the idea of a single director being credited is not a hard-and-fast rule. The reason you’ve seen filmmakers like the Coen brothers or the Russo brothers receive co-credit is because they qualify as a “bona fide team” in the guild’s eyes:

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There were exceptions built into the single-director clause of the 1978 agreement — there could be more than one director for different segments of a multi-storied or multi-lingual film (e.g., New York Stories and Tora! Tora! Tora!), for different segments of a multi-part closed-end television series (e.g., Roots or Band of Brothers), assignment of a second unit director or any especially skilled director (e.g., underwater or aerial work) and for a “bona fide team.”
Robert Rodriguez (Desperado) famously quit the Directors Guild when they wouldnÂ’t allow Rodriguez and first-time filmmaker Frank Miller to both receive credit for directing 2005Â’s Sin City (Quentin Tarantino also directed a section of that film), and George Lucas split from the guild after a disagreement over The Empire Strikes Back.

The guild clearly won’t see Snyder and Whedon as a “bona fide team” since they didn’t make the movie together, and I’m wondering if this decision will provide guidance for a similarly-thorny crediting issue that popped up recently: the Ron Howard/Lord and Miller fiasco over at Lucasfilm. I’ll be keeping a sharp eye on how this turns out, and I’m sure Star Wars fans will be, too.

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Kylie JennerÂ’s Snapchat has been hacked.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians starÂ’s account sent a surprising message on Sunday afternoon Los Angeles time, and fans took screengrabs of the story which featured a yellow SnapCode leading to a user named chikri95.

The caption for the story told followers to ‘add for kylie jenner’s nudes’ while the Twitter account of the alleged culprit posted a tweet which read: ‘I GOT KYLIES NUDES AHAHHA.’



ItÂ’s not the first time the 19-year-old has been hacked as in June 2016, she was the latest celebrity to be targeted by hackers with a series of lewd and racist messages posted to her 16 million followers.

Kylie took to Snapchat at the time to tell fans she wasn’t really that bothered, revealing in one video: ‘Mmm, so my Twitter was hacked. And I don’t really care. I’m just letting them have fun.’



Kylie has not yet publicly addressed the hacking; Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for Kylie for comment.

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Article inside First Reviews For Marvel And Netflix's THE DEFENDERS Are In & They're Decidedly Mixed

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Though the premiere of The Defenders was met with a positive response when it screened at SDCC, the critic reviews for the first four episodes of the show paint a slightly different picture. Take a look...

The first installment of The Defenders screened at SDCC over the weekend to a mostly positive response and the new trailer went down very well, but now the review are in for the first 4 episodes of the show, and they definitely seem to be more mixed.

Though there's almost unanimous praise for the four heroes themselves (yes, even Iron Fist), the main complaints seem to be that the story simply isn't strong enough to suck viewers in, and it's too much of a slow-burn. This is an issue that's plagued the previous Netflix Marvel shows, but most of us assumed The Defenders would benefit from the shorter season and resist spreading the narrative too thinly. Apparently not.

Keep in mind, though, that this is just the first half of the season we're talking about so things may improve significantly in the final 4 eps. Have a read through some excerpts below, and be sure to share your thoughts in the usual place.

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ThereÂ’s just not enough of it to start, and it takes too long for them to team-up. If you thought Defenders would be a culminating chapter to the other Netflix Marvel series so far, think again. So far it feels like another prelude, and it makes one wonder if weÂ’ll ever get to the main event.
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Alexandra feels like yet another businessperson baddie whose dirty deeds are hidden by sharp suits, while the ongoing, vague chicanery of The Hand (like HYDRA, but ninjas) fails to ignite much excitement. Indeed, the peerless Sigourney Weaver herself seems desperately bored by it all. Even so, there is enough joy in watching the sparks fly as these four alpha characters finally collide to make you feel The Defenders might just have been worth the wait. It’s a long-anticipated crossover series that delivers some engaging character clashes, but which fails — in the first half at least — to up the ante story-wise.
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While the show starts as something of a slow burn, once the heroes come together, it more than lives up to the promise fans have been clamoring to see realized. It may not be the strongest Marvel Netflix series thus far (that would be a toss-up between Daredevil and Jessica Jones), but The Defenders splits the differences between its leads, creating something that even casual fans of these shows shouldnÂ’t miss.
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Although only half of the showÂ’s eight episodes were available for review, the indistinct plot of The Defenders thus far seems like little more than a serviceable excuse to tie all four Marvel Netflix series together, as if the writers opted to revisit previously established plotlines rather than devise a bold new threat. Perhaps this aspect of the show evolves in its latter half into something more memorable, but as it stands, the characters and not the story of The Defenders are what truly make it worth watching.
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Article inside New & What's Leaving Netflix: August 2017

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A Cinderella Story
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Crematorium: Season 1
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Maz Jobrani: Immigrant — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Nola Circus
Opening Night
Practical Magic
Sleepy Hollow
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Surviving Escobar – Alias JJ: Season 1 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
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The Matrix Revolutions
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Icarus — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
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Lynne Koplitz: Hormonal Beast — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
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Feel Rich

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Bring It On: Worldwide #Cheersmack
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10 Things I Hate About You
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Hunter X Hunter : Season 1
Hunter X Hunter : Season 2
Hunter X Hunter : Season 3
Hunter X Hunter : Season 4
Hunter X Hunter : Season 5
Josef Fritzl: Story of a Monster
MalibuÂ’s Most Wanted
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Russell Brand: End the Drugs War
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The Delivery Man: Season 1
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Four Blood Moons
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Drones
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American Dad!: Season 1
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To Kill a Mockingbird
Changing Seas: Season 3
Changing Seas: Season 4
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Changing Seas: Season 6
Close Quarter Battle: Season 1
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The Summer of Sangaile

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Gun Woman

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October Gale
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The League: Season 1
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Article inside ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Might Be The Longest Marvel Movie Yet

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It’s a weird time in movie culture, where running times are suddenly of vital importance (“Transformers: The Last Knight” is too long! “The Dark Tower” is too short!), and somehow an indication of quality. The length of a movie doesn’t matter, because it’s all about the story — as long as it’s captivating and well-formed, how much time it takes to unfold is a bit irrelevant. However, people have busy lives I suppose and want to know just how much time they need to carve out if they’re headed to the cinema. Well, you might want to set aside an evening for “Avengers: Infinity War.”

The highly anticipated Marvel movie doesn’t arrive until next summer, but as might expect, it’s shaping up to be an epic endeavor. Collider caught up with the film’s co-director Joe Russo at San Diego Comic Con, and he revealed the film might Marvel‘s longest yet.

“The current cut is over two and a half [hours]… Most of it’s a movie you could show, but there’s still a lot of work left to be done, I still have a couple of scenes that we haven’t finished from ‘Avengers 3‘ that I’m shooting in the next few months with my brother, and it’s certainly gonna be a film that lives in the two and a half hour, two and a half hour-plus range,” he said.

“Captain America: Civil War” is currently the longest Marvel movie to date, running 2 hours and 27 minutes. But according to Russo, a longer running time is needed for ‘Infinity War,’ simply because there is so much narrative to deal with.

“We have to, I mean it’s a culmination event. We’ve gotta take 10 years of storytelling in this Marvel narrative experiment that’s been going on since ‘Iron Man,’ and we have to take all these disparate tones, disparate themes, motivations, and we have to pull them together in a unified narrative and write the final chapters of the book,” he explained. “There’s no way you could do that with all these characters in under that running length.”

Frankly, it’s a fair argument, and ‘Civil War’ certainly didn’t feel bloated; the Russos made sure almost everything was necessary in that picture.

“Avengers: Infinity War” opens on May 4, 2018.

 
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Blade Runner 2049 star Harrison Ford says at San Diego Comic-Con that he’s on board with rebooting every franchise he’s started. After years of appearing in small supporting roles in such notable films as American Graffiti and The Conversation, Ford’s breakthrough role, of course, came in 1977 as Han Solo in the original Star Wars . The role instantly cemented Ford’s status as a Hollywood icon and elevated the actor to leading man roles, including turns in such classics as Raiders of the Lost Ark in 1981 and Blade Runner in 1982.

Ford, naturally, reprised Han Solo in The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi and 32 years later, The Force Awakens; and his Raiders character Indiana Jones returned for three more big screen adventures. One film, however, that never got a sequel was director Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner, which appeared to be a lost cause until Scott and new helmer Denis Villeneuve managed to assemble a film set 30 years after the original that is serving as reboot of the sci-fi classic.

Having turned 75 on July 13, Ford has had a long enough career to see more than one of his film series revived, allowing the film legend to revisit old roles from his storied cinematic past. The first came with Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull in 2008, followed by The Force Awakens in 2015. Blade Runner: 2049 will become next major character Ford is reprising when the film is released in theaters Oct. 7.

Curious about Ford’s apparent penchant for reboots, a fan attending the Blade Runner: 2049 panel at SDCC Saturday asked the actor if his “life goal” was to reboot every major franchise he’s starred in, like Blade Runner. Ford, in his trademark gruff demeanor responded, “You bet your ass it is,” drawing huge laughter from the crowd. See a video of the fan’s question and Ford’s answer below:


While Ford was clearly having fun at playing around with the fan’s question, there is some actual truth behind it. Breaking it down, a film like Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull came years after the original films and was meant to continue the story it started while reinvigorating interest in the franchise; although reboots generally start stories over from scratch with new casts and filmmakers.

The Force Awakens and Blade Runner: 2049, on the other hand, seem to be a little bit of both, given that the framework of the original films remain intact with Ford’s involvement, yet the films are done with the intention of handing the reins of the story over to a new cast. Whether that will be the case with Indiana Jones 5 (pegged for a 2020 release) remains to be seen since Shia LaBeouf appears to be all but out of luck in inheriting the mantle.

In the meantime, it’s great that Ford has enough interest in his past characters to reprise them for fans to enjoy. After all, he’s a big part of the reason the films are classics in the first place.

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Image inside Does The THOR: RAGNAROK Trailer Make Reference To These Characters?

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As the trailer for Thor: Ragnarok begins, the tower first glimpsed seems to belong to Jeff Goldblum's Gradmaster and eagle-eyed Reddit users have spotted what appears to be reference to the Gladiator Champions who proceeded Mark Ruffalo's Hulk.

There are a number of faces on the tower but the most readily distinguishable are the visages of Ares, Man-Thing and Beta Ray Bill. Some other Reddit users are convinced that you can also make out Fing Fang Foom and Bi-Beast on the tower as well.

Check out the image below and let us know what you think. Click here to view a larger image. Do you think Marvel is laying groundwork for future characters or is this just a cool nod to comic readers?



 
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Comic-Con 2017: Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige offered new details about first standalone Marvel movie starring female superhero

“Captain Marvel” starring Brie Larson as the studio’s first female superhero to get her own standalone movie will be a prequel set before “Iron Man.”

Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige revealed the news at a packed Hall H gathering on Saturday at San Diego Comic-Con.

Samuel L. Jackson will also return as Nick Fury for the film — this time without the eyepatch because the film will be set in the 1990s (presumably before he lost use of his left eye).

And the film, to be directed by “Mississippi Grind” helmers Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, will also feature the first-ever appearance of iconic Marvel alien antagonists, The Skrulls.

Marvel also showed some concept art designed for the movie, which follows Air Force pilot Carol Danvers, who is blessed with half-alien DNA and has the superpowers of strength, energy projection and flight.

Meg LeFauve (“Inside Out”) is writing the script with Nicole Perlman (“Guardians of the Galaxy”). Victoria Alonso, Louis D’Esposito and Stan Lee are executive producers with Feige producing.

The film is set for release on March 8, 2019.

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