Jon Landau is the producer helming the production of the ‘Avatar’- sequels. He has been working under James Cameron’s (writer and director) supervision in the past with: ‘Titanic’, ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ and the first ‘Avatar’ film.
The production for the upcoming films of the franchise (there will be FOUR more!) has been put on hold because of the virus around the world, but the same Jon has published an Instagram post that reveals it will resume next week.
Here’s the announcement:
‘Avatar 2’ was firstly announced for a 2018- release, got pushed back, aimed for a 2020- premiere and now we do hope we’ll get it next December (2021), as planned at the moment.
Who wish to return to Pandora soon?
Christopher Nolan is the mastermind behind ‘The Dark Knight’- trilogy, ‘Inception’ and ‘Interstellar’.
He is accredited to be both writer and the director of ‘Tenet’- a project that seems to contain elements of espionage mixed with sci-fi; such as bending time.
I am a fan of his works and I’m pretty confident to state that I’ve NEVER read a single post criticizing his works.
‘Tenet’ will arrive soon in theaters (do we dare to hope on July,17th?) and the plot summary on IMDb describes it as:
“Armed with only one word — Tenet — and fighting for the survival of the entire world, the Protagonist journeys through a twilight world of international espionage on a mission that will unfold in something beyond real time.”
John David Washington (picture at the top of the article) will play the main role. Glad to see Robert Pattinson (‘Twilight’, and the upcoming solo ‘Batman’- film) and Michael Caine (previously worked with Nolan in ‘The Dark Knight’- trilogy) on the cast list.
‘Demolition Man’ (1993) was a face off between the characters portrayed by Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes – a cop against a crook. You may now think that’s just a regular action flick, right? Nah, it’s more than that. Follow me:
John Spartan (Sylvester Stallone) ends up being tricked by the crime lord Simon Phoenix (Wesley Snipes) into blowing up a building set-up to make it seem as if there still were survivors – their bodies being found afterwards.
Because of this, Spartan is charged with involuntary manslaughter and sentenced to a 70 year long cryogenically freeze in a new prison. Phoenix is also frozen. Thirty-six years later, he is being unfrozen for a parole hearing.
To make it short: the crime lord goes on a rampage in the city, and that’s a big problem because the society has evolved and there are no longer such crimes taking place with the police unknowingly how to act and use violence.
So they need Spartan back because he was the one to catch Phoenix. He is also unfrozen and assigned the task to stop the crime spree.
A young Sandra Bullock plays one of the supporting roles.
It was two weeks ago when Vin Diesel published a short video on Instagram with the caption stating that:
“Happy Furyan Friday… The latest Chronicles of Riddick script comes in next week. GRRR!”
Chances are that you’re pretty familiar with the movies and the character Riddick – played by Diesel. Well, Furyan is the race, HIS race, that once habitated planet Furya – their homeworld.
Three films have been released: ‘Pitch Black’ (2000), ‘Chronicles of Riddick’ (2004) and ‘Riddick’ (2013).
This one’s for you:
What do you think? Will it be a prequel to the original triology? A sequel? Or perhaps the start of a new trilogy? Well, I love Riddick so I’m all in it for, no matter what.
Do you remember the original Space Jam? The star was Michael Jordan, whom’s character saved the Lonney Tunes (Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck etc.) from a bunch of aliens by winning a crucial game of basket? It was fun.
The sequel is named ‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ and the lead is LeBron James. The film is set to release next July and the logo above was revealed by the basketballer himself on Instagram (kingjames) less than a day ago.
Here’s the official trailer to the original:
The new ‘Dune’ adaptation/reboot is being directed by Denis Villeneuve (Blade Runner 2049).
The image above shows Timothy Chalamet in the lead role as Paul Atreides and is released by Vanity Fair. It is said to be taken from the start of the movie and shows him on a beach on his home planet.
The cast list is impressive, with names as Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgård, Dave Bautista, Zendaya, Jason Momoa and Javier Bardem.
US theatrical release is set for December 18.
‘Black Widow’ is the next Marvel movie to release and it will do so on May 1st.
The movie takes place after ‘Captain America: Civil War’ and before ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ and will follow Natasha Romanoff — the Black Widow — for one last mission.
More of her relationship with her sister Yelena Belova is revealed in this footage. This is the first project from Marvel’s Phase Four of its cinematic universe.
For more footage, check out the first teaser/trailer and the second trailer aswell.