‘THE FLASH’ PRODUCTION SHOULD START THIS SPRING

Swedish filmsite MovieZine reports that production for DCEU’s standalone ‘The Flash’- movie should start this spring.

The project has been announced 2014 and it seems like it’s finally greenlit.

According to the source, Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton will be a part of the feature. They’ve both played Batman in past projects and the explanation, [according to Ezra Miller, who plays The Flash] is parallel universes.

We’ve seen different stories and this allows the DCEU to weave togheter the threads and set up for a new and exciting multiverse. Director Andy Muschietti has mentioned that besides featuring many DC-characters, time travel will be involved, allowing him [The Flash] to change events of his life.

Keep your fingers crossed for the announced November 2022 release. Until then, select territories will get The Snyder Cut on HBO Max.

‘COMING 2 AMERICA’ OFFICIAL TRAILER RELEASED

The sequel to the 1988 comedy ‘Coming to America’ arrives on Amazon Prime Video on March 5th, 2021.

King Akeem Eddie Murphy) and his trusted confidante Semmi(Arsenio Hall) embark on an all-new hilarious adventure that has them traversing the globe from their great African nation to the borough of Queens, New York – where it all began.

Text source: YouTube video description

ZACK SNYDER’S ‘JUSTICE LEAGUE’ GETS A NEW TRAILER

The story behind ‘The Snyder Cut’ of ‘Justice League’ is known by now to all superhero- and DC- fans.

It’s not too long until it arrives on HBO Max (2021) and we all cannot wait to see the director’s original vision on-screen. The following trailer contains scenes unseen before.

Four one-hour long episodes to be releases in a format similar to that of mini-series. It looks dope.

[MOVIE TRAILERS] ‘THE BATMAN’, ‘MONSTER HUNTER’ ‘WONDER WOMAN 84’ AND MORE

Here are some film trailers worth posting, even though there was no time for posting them here. You may have seen them or not, but still worth checking.

The Batman (2022)
Wonder Woman 1984 (2020)
Monster Hunter (2020)
Justice League: The Snyder Cut (2021)
James Bond: No Time to Die (2021)

‘BORAT 2’ TRAILER

The wole world remebers ‘BORAT’, a character created by Sacha Baron Cohen and made famous to the whole wide world in 2006’s film ‘Borat:(Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan)’, where the made-up Kazakh TV personality travels around the US and is basically pi**ing people off.

It was huge at that time, with a budget of aprox $18 million and grossed over $260 million worldwide ($128 million is US alone).

Reports about an upcoming sequel surfaced on the Internet a couple of weeks ago and were soon proven to be true. Amazon bought it and will be be streaming on October 23.

Even this time the complet title is trippy: ‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan and is another mockumentary comedy film.

‘FREE GUY’ GETS A SECOND TRAILER

‘Free Guy’ is a take on what may possibly happen if an NPC (non-playable character) would become aware of the fact that this world he’s living in is a videogame.

As you’ll see in the trailer below: ones own (repeatedly) death, looting and violent behavior is normal and happens on daily basis. But happens when one of the exposed starts defying it?

Because of the global pandemic the initial planned release in July has been postphoned to December. I hope there’ll be no further delay, I mean – you’ve got a great concept, Ryan Reynolds (amazing actor) as the lead and some romance going on. Will he be able to save his world?

TRAILER PREMIERE: DENIS VILLENUEVE’S ‘DUNE’

The next epic sci-fi adventure is ‘Dune’.
Based on the classic work with the same name, written by Frank Herbert, it follows a brilliant and gifted young man – Paul Atreides (played by Timothée Chalamet) – destined for greatness.

It has a STELLAR CAST with Jason Momoa (‘Game of Thrones’) , Josh Brolin (‘Avengers’), Dave Bautista (‘Guardians of the Galaxy’), Oscar Isaac (the ‘Star Wars’- sequels), Stellan Skarsgård (‘Chernobyl’), Rebecca Ferguson (‘Mission Impossible: Fallout’) and Zendaya (the new ‘Spider-Man’- trilogy).

Beside that the trailer is elegantly perfect, the project is split in two parts
https://nerdist.com/article/dune-split-into-two-movies-denis-villeneuve/



In US theaters December 18.

TWO NEW ‘AVATAR 2’ CONCEPT PICS

The sequel to ‘Avatar’ has been in production for like forever, seems like, but there have however been circumstances leading where we are today.

First of all, there are currently FOUR(!) sequels in works AND, duh…, Corona.

‘Avatar 2’ is now expected to arrive late 2022 and will explore Jake Sully’s new family, new cultures and the great seas of Pandora.

We get a first look at ‘the crabsuit’, one of the vehicles that we will see in the sequels.

In need for more? Here’s more concept, released earlier this year.

[BREAKING] NEW ‘TENET’ FOOTAGE

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‘Tenet’ is expected to be THE BLOCKBUSTER to attract people back to theaters during these troubled times.

It’s another mindbending project from Christopher Nolan the mastermind behind ‘The Prestige’, ‘The Dark Knight’-trilogy, ‘Inception’ and ‘Interstellar’ and that alone hypes people up.

Beside that, the release has been pushed back a couple of times BUT: it’s set to premiere in UK, across Europe and Asia on August 26th; US will get in on September 3rd.

We have seen film footage in form of two trailers but there’s more just released a couple of days ago. Enjoy!

‘TENET’, ‘WONDER WOMAN 1984’, ‘MULAN’, ‘BLACK WIDOW’ AND MORE GET NEW RELEASE DATES

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‘Tenet’ is one of the latest major projects to get pushed back. It will however arrive just two weeks later than planned.

Other big projects pushed back were ‘Wonder Woman 1984’, ‘Black Widow’, ‘Mulan’ and ‘New Mutants’. (The following concern US theatrical releases)

NEW PHOTOS OF ‘THE BATMAN”S BATMOBILE

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While we’ve already seen photos of the new designed Batmobile , we finally have a closer and more detailed look.

The project is being directed by Matt Reeves, whose credits includes directing ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ (2014) and my first impression is that we’ll see something simillar to Christopher Nolan’s ‘The Dark Knight’- trilogy; in other words, a closer-to-reality Batman.

That is supported by the fact that Reeves’ is said to have “re-worked the story to focus on a younger Batman, hoping to emphasize the detective aspect of the character to a greater extent than previous films“.
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Batman_(film)

The role as the caped crusader at night and billionaire Bruce Wayne in the day will be portrayed by Robert Pattinson, known for his role as vampyre Edward in the ‘Twilight’- saga.

Because of the Co-vid19 pandemic, the project has been postponed since March and the release pushed. It was initially planned for June, 25th 2021, and moved to October 1st, 2021.

The Guardian has reported that high-end movies- and TV- projects are now greenlit to resume production and that includes ‘The Batman’, ‘Fantastic Beasts 3’ and the second season of Netflix’s ‘The Witcher’.

Here are the new photos.

NETFLIX’S ‘THE WITCHER’, ‘THE BATMAN’ AND ‘FANTASTIC BEASTS 3’ GIVEN GREEN LIGHT TO RESUME FILMING

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While the whole world has stopped because of the Co-vid19, so have a lot of expensive projects.

The Guardian reports that some among the biggest such “have been given the go-ahead to restart filming after the UK government and health bodies signed off on new coronavirus safety rules“.

UK’s film and high-end television industry is worth £3.6bn and could rise now that Hollywood monsters as Matt Reeves-directed ‘The Batman’ – starring Robert Pattinson, the third ‘Fantastic Beasts’- film, set in the Harry Potter- universe, and Netflix’s second season of epic-fantasy series ‘The Witcher’ with Henry Cavill’s in the main role – “is understood to be keen to resume production as soon as is safely possible“.

Two of the most popular shows on British television are ‘Line of Duty’ and ‘Peaky Blinders’. Back in mid-March those were the first UK productions to suspend filming.

There’s even a very likely time-frame till the production may resume as the article states that: “This is a green light that signals that the UK is open for business again for film and high-end TV production,” said an industry source. “Many productions have to get up and running again in the next two months or they won’t get made this year as they rely on summer weather and conditions.

I’m sure we’ll see some release dates pushed back but it’s good to see things are beginning to recover and soon to return to normal.