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‘Deep Blue Sea’ Sequel: Details Revealed About The Canceled Follow-up

3 April 2017 4:00 PM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Someone at Warner Premiere, the now obsolete company behind Lost Boys: The Tribe and Ace Ventura Jr.: Pet Detective, is responsible for depriving audiences of a Deep Blue Sea sequel. Not just any sequel, but an Aliens-esque sequel involving pirates, Navy Seals, and weaponized sharks. The movie, which Jack Perez (Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus) was hired to write […]

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Deep Blue Sea 2 Was Going to Be Insane, Why Didn't It Happen?

31 March 2017 5:04 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Jaws is, and very likely will always be, the best shark movie ever made. But Deep Blue Sea, even though it is on the entirely opposite end of the spectrum, might very well be a close second. One major difference is that Jaws had several sequels and Deep Blue Sea never did. But Deep Blue Sea 2 was very close to happening and as it turns out, it might have been totally awesome. Or totally ridiculous, depending on how you look at it.

Director Jack Perez, who is maybe best known for his work on the low-budget but very infamous movie Mega Shark Vs. Giant Octopus, recently spoke with Birth.Movies.Death about the Deep Blue Sea sequel that he wrote. The movie was in the pre-production phase when Warner Bros. ultimately pulled the plug, but he was hired to write and direct the movie. Here is how he was brought »

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First Look at Julia Roberts' SmurfWillow in Smurfs: The Lost Village

18 January 2017 2:14 PM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Sony Pictures has already released two Smurfs: The Lost Village trailers, but as we get closer to the April 7 release, there is one character who hasn't been seen until now. Sony Pictures Animation debuted a new photo that offers our first look at SmurfWillow, voiced by the iconic Julia Roberts. There haven't been any details about this character released quite yet, but this photo shows SmurfWillow alongside Papa Smurf, voiced by Mandy Patinkin.

This photo from People shows SmurfWillow is wearing the same type of red hat as Papa Smurf, although nothing else has been revealed about any sort of connection between these two characters. People did catch up with Julia Roberts, though, who offered a brief statement about why she wanted to join the voice cast of this animated adventure. Here's what Julia Roberts had to say about her role in Smurfs: The Lost Village.

"Smurfs are such a »

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