Movie News

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There is no old thread for this apparently.

Of all Jeff Lemire’s works, I never thought that Underwater Welder would be the one to get movie treatment. Not only that, but the names attached to the project…

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#2

Zack Snyder has stepped down from Justice League following a family tragedy. (My condolences.)

Who’s taking over for Snyder? Joss Whedon.

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Fox’s upcoming X-Men film New Mutants will be a horror movie.

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Strange, way to go about it, and here I was hoping they would do the Demon Bear Saga :-p Still Fox has been doing better with it’s properties when it tries to do different things with them. So I’m cautiously hopeful.

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#5

Terry Gilliam’s long-shelved movie is finally coming out soon. The Man Who Killed Don Quixote has finished shooting.

Read up on the movie’s development hell.

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#6

Fuck yeah! Me want!

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#7

I didn’t realize the 4:3 release was open matte. That’s making me want to see if that version is worth a watch.

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#10

Michael Bay and his cronies are no longer involved in the Transformers movies.

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#14

Good. This ECU shit has got to stop. Only Marvel can do it right.

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#15

A live-action Akira film has been in talks for years, and some interesting news came to light via its director (who has also recently done Thor: Ragnarok). He wants to avoid the “whitewashing” problem and cast Japanese actors, and he wants to stick closer to the manga.

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#17

Michael Bay is about to make the greatest film in his career.

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#18

Justice League is getting absolutely murdered by the reviewers. Not really surprising considering by all accounts they made a bad movie and then proceeded to cut it to the bones to boot and requiring tons of reshoots. Supposedly the CGI is also kind of crap.

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Also, Rotten Tomatoes deliberately withheld the Tomatometer rating of the movie before release. It was quickly revealed later to be at 48%.

Considering Warner Bros. is a co-owner of RT, that brings up some serious questions regarding conflicts of interest.

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