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Prometheus 2 will reportedly start production in January next year.
However, the film has now confirmed a shoot date of January 2016, according to Total Film.
"I've got back into the sci-fi thing, I kind of adore it," director Ridley Scott told the magazine in a new interview.
Scott also gave his view on upcoming sci-fi epic Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens.
"Star Wars is a juggernaut," he says. "Good, bad or indifferent. And with that director [Jj Abrams], it ain't gonna be indifferent, it's gonna be really interesting."
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See Also: New poster for Star Wars: Battlefront
“Fight in epic Star Wars battles on iconic planets and rise through the ranks playing as the heroic Rebellion or the evil galactic Empire. In 2004, the original Star Wars Battlefront came onto the scene and took gamers – and Star Wars fans – by surprise. It was an ambitious action shooter that gave players the opportunity to step into the shoes of their favorite Star Wars characters, pilot quintessential Star Wars vehicles, and relive classic Star Wars battles. Fast forward nearly 10 years and gamers still have many of those same Star Wars gaming fantasies – but now they wish to experience those larger-than-life battles in magnificent high definition, with all of the amazing special effects, vehicle physics and gameplay »
- Gary Collinson
It's been known for a while that director Jj Abrams has shot one sequence - and apparently only one sequence - for the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens using IMAX cameras. And now we know what that scene is. So we figured you might want to know too.
According to Making Star Wars, "the scene is most likely the escape from Jakku". This scene has popped up in the trailers, as it's apparently the one where the Millennium Falcon flees Tie Fighters.
That said, whether you get the full feeling of the IMAX effect may depend on where you see the film. According to the Making Star Wars site, it's the cinemas that have "a 'true' eight story tall IMAX screen" that will present the film using a 70mm film reel, »
Jenna Dewan-Tatum adds her good looks to CBS’ Supergirl, joining the Lane family as Lucy, the sister of Lois Lane, in a recurring roll.
THR reports that Lucy has similar qualities to her big sis, being both brash, beautiful, and armed with a sense of humor. She also has a connection with Jimmy Olsen. Look out for Jenna to debut in the third episode of the first season, which kicks off on CBS on October 26th with the enviable lead-in from the mega-popular (and perhaps audience sharing) Big Bang Theory.
Lucy Lane has roots from the ’50s, debuting in Jimmy Olsen’s comic and having some super adventures of her own.
Jimmy, forget Supergirl, Lucy Lane is what it’s about.
- Jay Tomio
Bran and the Three-Eyed Raven are set to make their triumphant return to season six of Game of Thrones after a season-long absence, but the mysterious figure will look different this time around: Variety reports that Max von Sydow, of Exorcist fame, will find time to play Bran's tutor after wrapping Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens. When Bran briefly encountered the Three-Eyed Raven at the end of season four, he was played by actor Struan Rodger. The character is said to be playing a "major role" in the upcoming season. Still no word on whether Jon Snow will show up. »
- Lauren Leibowitz
Max, an alum of "The Exorcist," "Flash Gordon" and "Minority Report," and a star of the upcoming "Star Wars Episode VII -- The Force Awakens," will play the Three-Eyed Raven, Access Hollywood has confirmed.
Brandon Stark (Isaac Hempstead-Wright), Meera Reed (Ellie Kendrick) and Hodor (Kristian Nairn) met the character at the end of Season 4, the last time the trio was seen. At the time, the character, who appeared in the roots under a tree, was played by Struan Rodger.
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (Access Hollywood)
This December marks the return of Star Wars to the big screen with Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It is Disney's intention to then start releasing one live-action Star Wars movie per year, with standalone Anthology films arriving in the years between chapters in a new trilogy that picks up 30 years after Return of the Jedi. But with one successful Star Wars TV show (Star Wars Rebels) already up and running, what are the chances characters from that show will eventually show up in one of these movies? Well, we may have our answer. The first standalone movie is Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One, and what we know so far is that it will take place right before the first Star Wars, telling the story of how the rebels got their hands on the Death Star plans. Those plans, of course...
- Erik Davis
Just days after veteran actor Ian McShane joined the cast of Game of Thrones for Season 6, the hit HBO series has added another highly-respected veteran actor. Entertainment Weekly reports that Max von Sydow has signed on to play the Three-Eyed Raven in Game of Thrones this season. Both Ian McShane and Max von Sydow are not expected to have major roles, but each character is described as "crucial." No details were given for Ian McShane's character.
At the end of Season 4, the Three-Eyed Raven finally appeared before Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead-Wright), after he reached the Weirwood Tree. The Raven was played by a different actor in the Season 4 finale, but now we'll see Max von Sydow as this mystical tutor to Bran. Last season, Bran and his travelling companion Hodor (Kristian Nairn) did not appear at all, since their story was already caught up to the George R.R. Martin books. »
Star Wars: The Force Awakens co-star Max von Sydow, a legendary actor with an incredible body of work to his name, is joining the cast of HBO’s Game of Thrones season 6, taking over the role of the Three-Eyed Raven. The 86-year-old Swedish actor has two Oscar-nominations and has appeared in films such as Minority Report, […]
The post ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Actor to Play ‘Game of Thrones’ Three-Eyed Raven appeared first on /Film. »
- Peter Sciretta
Max von Sydow is one of Hollywood's most experienced and talented veteran actors, boasting a fantastic career that includes The Exorcist, Minority Report, Shutter Island and even the highly anticipated Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Now it appears the two-time Academy Award nominated actor has turned his attention to the small screen. EW have revealed that von Sydow has joined the cast of HBO's incredibly popular fantasy series, Game Of Thrones. He will reportedly portray the 'Three-Eyed Raven' - the ancient mentor of Bran Stark. Fans may remember that we've already briefly seen the Three-Eyed Raven - played by Struan Rodger at the end of Season 4. However, it's clear that the show's producers have clearly recast with the view to securing a bigger name for this pivotal role. Von Sydow's involvement is yet another huge scoop for the HBO show, and comes hot on the heels of the arrival of former Deadwood star, »
A familiar Game of Thrones character will swoop in with a new face in Season 6.
Bran’s mystical tutor was last seen in HBO hit’s Season 4 finale portrayed by Struan Rodger.
Just like recent cast addition Ian McShane, von Sydow will play a small but crucial role in the upcoming season.
RelatedGame of Thrones Poised to End »
The Three-Eyed Raven is getting a makeover in season six of “Game of Thrones” — Variety has confirmed that Max von Sydow will take over the role, which was originated by Struan Rodger in the season four finale of the HBO drama.
The enigmatic character is responsible for teaching Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) about his supernatural gifts, including his ability to transfer himself into the body of other creatures through the process of “warging.” Although Bran and his allies were absent throughout season five, they are confirmed to be making a return in the new season, which has commenced filming in Europe.
While von Sydow is not expected to have much screen time in season six, he will reportedly play a major role in the events of the new season. The same has been said of fellow new cast member Ian McShane, who is playing an undisclosed role.
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- Laura Prudom
Actor Max von Sydow has been cast in the upcoming sixth season of HBO’s “Game of Thrones.” Sydow will play the Three-Eyed Raven, the wizard-like character who appeared to Bran Stark in the final episode of Season 4 and was played by actor Struan Rodger. Sydow is best known for roles in “The Seventh Seal,” “The Exorcist” and “Flash Gordon,” and will appear in the upcoming “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Also Read: 'Game of Thrones' Casts 'Deadwood's' Ian McShane for Season 6 Sydow’s addition to the cast comes two days after “Deadwood” star Ian McShane was recruited for a mystery role. »
- Daniel Holloway
Netherlands-born actor Carel (pronounced "Carl") Struycken is known for his roles in a number of different franchises, from Lurch in the "Addams Family" movies to the nearly-mute "Mr. Homm" in "Star Trek: The Next Generation." But to "Twin Peaks" fans he will always be "the Giant," an enigmatic Black Lodge denizen who serves up cryptic, coded messages to Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) during his investigation of Laura Palmer's murder. Though the character appeared only briefly during the run of the show's second season, his presence and influence loomed large (literally and figuratively), and for fans he continues to represent a fascinating piece of David Lynch and Mark Frost's mysterious, offbeat puzzle. With the much-ballyhooed "Twin Peaks" revival series set to premiere on Showtime sometime in 2016 (2017?), we hopped on the phone with Struycken to talk about working on the original series ("It felt very much like a dream"), his working relationship with David Lynch, »
- Chris Eggertsen
New details have emerged surrounding the IMAX roll-out of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and they are especially exciting for those of us nearby a true IMAX screen. Making Star Wars got the inside scoop on the specifications for the screenings of Star Wars: The Force Awakens when it debuts this Christmas on the premium IMAX format. But, the caveat is that only certain types of IMAX screens will show the... Read More »
- Alex Maidy
We already know that director J.J. Abrams shot footage for December’s hugely-anticipated Star Wars: The Force Awakens using an IMAX camera, and now the folks at Making Star Wars have some details about the film’s use of the format.
According to the site, the IMAX footage will likely feature the escape from Jakku, and the site has posted a few comparison sceenshots of the sequence from the trailer, showing the standard widescreen presentation alongside 70mm IMAX…
The site goes on to report that “theaters that house a “true” eight story tall IMAX screen will present the film in actual 70Mm film reel; presenting the 70Mm shot scenes in its full screen glory. There will be two 70Mm prints running through the IMAX projector to have the film play in IMAX 3D »
- Gary Collinson
After turning heads with his eye-catching performance in J.C. Chandor’s A Most Violent Year, Star Wars: The Force Awakens star Oscar Isaac is returning to the genre of period dramas for David Simon’s anticipated six-part miniseries, Show Me a Hero.
Lifted from the pages of Lisa Belkin’s acclaimed 1999 novel of the same name, Isaac assumes the role of real-life mayor Nick Wasicsko, who has to shoulder the burden of implementing legally mandated low income housing against a fierce backlash from the more affluent members of society. Offering up a rich tapestry of characters, the miniseries will showcase the city’s palpable class disparity from both sides of the equation, giving Isaac ample room to flex his acting muscles as he continues to establish a reputation as one of the industry’s bankable character actors.
- Michael Briers
A few new details have surfaced regarding the plans for the upcoming IMAX release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens coming up this December. By now, it's been pretty much confirmed that there is one main sequence shot with IMAX cameras in The Force Awakens. The movie will be getting a 70mm IMAX 3D release, and film blog Making Star Wars has posted some info on the initial plans for the IMAX 3D version. As one would hope, there will definitely be special IMAX 70mm film showings at the few remaining "real" IMAX theaters, but they will be in 3D with dual projectors, so this will still be pushed as 3D. Rest assured, "it's what IMAX was founded on, showcasing the best and most immersive 3D ever." Let's hope for the best. The blog post also mentions a few other details - mainly that: "theaters that house a 'true' »
- Alex Billington
The Lego Movie really does have a lot to answer for. Hot on the heels of news of an Emoji movie, Deadline are reporting that Pez is the latest thing you’d think would never get a movie to get a movie, with the world famous candy dispensers becoming the focus of an animated feature. The Three Stooges and Brother in Law’s Cameron Fay will be penning the script, so it does have the potential to be a comedy, possibly of the 21 Jump Street meta variety, but really only time will tell. The sheer number of licenses, from Disney (with Marvel and Star wars being put underneath that umbrella) to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to The Simpsons, does suggest it could go down The Lego Movie route, but that is ignoring the main question here: why is it happening in the first place? Lego at least had a solid fanbase, »
- email@example.com (Tom White)
You may have noticed that Simon Pegg is currently kicking some box-office ass with Tom Curise in Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, but anyone could tell you that the man is a die-hard Science-Fiction nerd. He's currently writing and starring in Star Trek Beyond, and also played a bit part in the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Suffice it to say that Pegg is at the epicenter of Sci-Fi awesomeness right... Read More »
- Sean Wist
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