Archive for July 17, 2017

Disney’s Live-Action Aladdin is Getting a Rewrite


It looks as though Disney’s upcoming live-action Aladdin production is getting a script rewrite. The film – a remake of the Oscar-winning 1992 animated hit that starred Robin Williams as the voice of the Genie – is being directed by long-time gangster movie enthusiast Guy Ritchie. Vanessa Taylor, writer of several Game of Thrones episodes, will tackle the rewrite of frequent Tim Burton collaborator, John August’s (Dark Shadows, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), script.

Ritchie is still busy getting things nailed down before the film heads into production, which may take place late this year or early 2018. There had previously been much speculation over who would take on the iconic Genie role, but ...

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Original RoboCop Returns to Theaters This Fall

The 1987 sci-fi classic RoboCop is getting a one-night only re-release to celebrate its 30th Anniversary.

Warner Bros. Schedules Two DCEU Films For 2020


Warner Bros. is preparing for more DC Extended Universe films and have slotted two mystery films for 2020 releases. The DCEU is still riding high thanks to Wonder Woman. This summer’s female-driven superhero film continues to perform well at the box office, and has made an official announcement of Wonder Woman 2 something many fans are looking forward to. The hope is that after a rocky start, Wonder Woman is the turning point in the DCEU and its successors will follow suit.

At the moment, there is plenty of mystery surrounding what these two 2020 films will be. Justice League is up next this November, but fans will then wait over a year for Aquaman to ...

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Green Lantern Corps. Hesitant to Pull Trigger on Tyrese

Tyrese Gibson once again confirms that he's had talks with DC Films about Green Lantern Corps., but they may go a different direction.

Watch Family Guy’s Funny Tribute to Adam West

Adam West in Family Guy

Family Guy has released a funny compilation video tribute to its late voice cast member Adam West. The entertainment world was saddened by the loss last month of West, who passed on June 9 at the age of 88. Of course, West’s most famous role was that of Bruce Wayne/Batman on the iconic 1960s television series Batman, which ran from 1966-1968, but lived on through syndication. And while West made a name for himself in the live-action realm playing the Caped Crusader, animated fans came to love him as the voice of Mayor Adam West in creator Seth MacFarlane’s hilarious TV comedy Family Guy beginning in season 2 in 2000 in the episode Fifteen Minutes of Shame.

West, of course, became a mainstay on the show over the years, appearing in 111 episodes in all before his passing. As a tribute, Family Guy on Monday released a compilation online of ...

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