James Cameron is back! The Oscar-winning filmmaker has agreed to return to serve as “godfather” to The Terminator, the seminal science fiction action franchise he created. This is surely good news to Terminator fans, most of whom were left scratching their heads in confusion after witnessing the most recent entry into the franchise, 2015’s Terminator: Genisys. Though Arnold Schwarzenegger returned to reprise the role that made him a box office superstar, few would claim they were left satisfied by the time-twisting direction Genisys took the Terminator franchise in. A year ago, an announcement was even made that Genisys‘ poor box office receipts had terminated the plans for more sequels.
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A rough scan hit yesterday, but not Empire has released a high-res version of the new photo for Zack Snyder’s “Justice League” film along with a quote from the director about the topic no-one on the film has discussed yet – Superman.
The death of Henry Cavill’s Superman in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” means we won’t see him in the early parts of “Justice League” – as a result the character has not yet appeared in marketing material for the film beyond the initial publicity still of the entire group.
Snyder says: “Superman does play a big part in this movie. His presence, and lack of presence, are big story points.” Cavill also teased last year that the character’s infamous ‘black suit’ will make an appearance in the film.
“Justice League” will open in theaters on November 10th 2017.
Daisey Ridley’s last few years have been (pardon the phrasing) riddled with success. After landing her first breakout role in the revival of the Star Wars movie franchise, the English actress soon shot into the international spotlight. First appearing in 2015’s The Force Awakens, she plays Rey, a spirited scavenger catapulted into the Resistance after a chance encounter with the droid BB-8.
Her career has picked up speed outside the galaxy far, far away as well. In 2016, Ridley narrated and executive produced the critically-lauded documentary The Eagle Huntress, and has already lined up several roles for the coming years. She’s poised to appear in the Kenneth Branagh-directed mystery Murder On the ...
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Now in its third season, The Flash has offered a brighter and more fantastical corner of the Arrowverse. Though Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow have followed suit, Barry Allen and his friends at S.T.A.R Labs still deal with the most outright comic book plots across all of television. The Flash has traveled to the future and past, hopped to parallel Earths where he’s met doppelgangers of the ...
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One scene in the recent second trailer for the final Wolverine spin-off “Logan” that everyone’s still talking about is a shot where Hugh Jackman’s character holds up an actual X-Men comic book which exist in that world.
As previously revealed, the issue that he’s holding was custom made for the movie and now Marvel Entertainment CCO Joe Quesada has revealed he is the man behind the pages.
In fact, Quesada has posted several process pics of one of the several pages he designed with a 1990s style: “It was a blast working closely with James Mangold on creating these pages (yes, there’s more than one) and thrilled to have been invited on the project. Attached are my final digital pencils that Dan Panosian had to recreate in a more 90s ink and coloring style and boy did he nail the look.”
Check out those shots below along with the latest Empire cover featuring Jackman as Logan. The film opens March 3rd.