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ABC clarifies previous comments on a live-action Star Wars TV show

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Back in August ABC sent Star Wars fans into a bit of a frenzy when network executive Channing Dungey appeared to confirm that talks were underway with Lucasfilm about bringing the galaxy far, far away to the small screen.

As it turned out, it seemed that Dunning has spoken a little too soon as ABC Television President Ben Sherwood played down the report, stating that Lucasfilm has “a lot of movies to make” before we can start thinking about a TV show, and now Dungey has reiterated those comments in an interview with EW.

“That was sort of a conversation at TCA that got blown way out of proportion. We have had some conversations in general about wanting to find a way to bring something from the Lucas Star Wars Universe to ABC, but that’s far into the future. The focus at the moment for Lucas is on the »

- Gary Collinson

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Flickering Myth Podcast #52 – Logan trailer reaction, will DC’s Green Lantern movie be any good?

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Scooperhero News – David S. Goyer is in control of DC’s Green Lantern Corps. movie, which, by the sound of everyone else (Rock ‘The Dwayne’ Johnson, Ben Affleck and screenwriter Will Beall), is going to be part of the new Optimistic and Fun tone of the Dceu. Not as much luck for Wonder Woman, though. There’s a rumour it’s “discombobulated.” Meanwhile, 20th Century Fox have three new X-Verse movies in prodcution, and – somehow – still reckon a Channing Tatum Gambit movie is happening.

Star Wars – Woody Harrelson officially joins the Han Solo Solo Movie, LucasFilm assure fans they won’t use CGI to recreate General Organa for Star Wars: Episode IX and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is still »

- Oli Davis

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Sony Animation Goes Diverse with Miles Morales as Spider-Man and Lin-Manuel Miranda Musical ‘Vivo’

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Sony Pictures Animation, which has fallen on hard times in recent years, highlighted diversity and female empowerment as part of its comeback at Wednesday’s slate preview in Culver City. The biggest news was confirmation that Miles Morales, the mixed race web-slinging teen (African-American and Hispanic), will star in the untitled “Spider-Man” feature coming December 21, 2018.

Morales, created by Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli to succeed the late Peter Parker in the comics, has already become a TV animation staple on Disney Xd’s “Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors” (initially voiced by Donald Glover).

The animated “Spider-Man” marks a return to Spa for Phil Lord and Chris Miller (“Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs”), who directed “The Lego Movie” and are currently making the “Han Solo” standalone “Star Wars” feature.

In a pre-recorded video message from London, Lord said, “What inspired us the most is that anyone can wear the mask. »

- Bill Desowitz

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Alamo Drafthouse & Mondo to Kick Off Year-Long Celebration of Stanley Kubrick with A Clockwork Orange Apparel & Screenings

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Open your eyes wide and get ready to celebrate one of the most renowned filmmakers of our time, because Alamo Drafthouse and Mondo have teamed up for a year-long celebration of Stanley Kubrick that will feature special screenings and new apparel based on his films, beginning with A Clockwork Orange on February 21st.

In addition to A Clockwork Orange, Alamo Drafthouse and Mondo will pay tribute to 2001: A Space Odyssey, Full Metal Jacket, and The Shining—one film for each quarter of the year.

Below, you can check out the special video announcement, get a look at the new A Clockwork Orange shirt, and read the press release with full details:

Press Release: Austin, TX – January 19, 2017 – Viddy well, droogs, astronauts, marines and hotel managers, viddy well! Alamo Drafthouse and Mondo are proud to announce an epic homage to filmmaker Stanley Kubrick with a series of screenings and officially licensed »

- Derek Anderson

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Tom Cruise and Other Celebs Impersonate Celebs in This Must-See Video

3 hours ago | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Over the years, stars such as Tom CruiseBenedict CumberbatchBradley Cooper and Amy Adams have appeared on talk shows and impersonated some favorite fellow celebs and character—as well as some not-so-favorites. The BBC's Graham Norton Show is a well-known source for such impressions, as its format, in which all guests chat together with the host, allows for a more candid and even more relaxed talk show atmosphere. A supercut of stars impersonating other celebs on the program was recently posted on the series' YouTube page.  The video shows: Benedict Cumberbatch's impression of Star Wars' Jar Jar Binks Tom »

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‘City of Tiny Lights’ Trailer: Riz Ahmed Searches For Missing Girl in Pete Travis’ Modern Noir

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Riz Ahmed first made waves in Michael Winterbottom’s “The Road to Guantanamo,” but his Hollywood claim to fame was in last year’s HBO crime drama “The Night Of,” which earned him a Golden Globe and SAG nomination.

Now, after starring in “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” Ahmed is returning to theaters in “City of Tiny Lights,” directed by “Dredd” helmer Pete Travis. Set in West London, the story is co-written by Patrick Neate and is based on his novel of the same name. Described as a “unique portrait of contemporary London as a teeming multicultural metropolis where nothing is as it seems,” it follows the actor as Tommy Akhtar, a London detective who goes searching for a missing girl after a high-class prostitute seeks his help.

The modern noir also co-stars “Penny Dreadful” actress Billie Piper as Shelley, Tommy’s long-lost love, as well as Cush Jumbo and Roshan Seth. »

- Liz Calvario

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Epic Star Wars Saga Trailer Will Get You Hyped for Episode 8

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After a 10-year drought of Star Wars movies, fans were finally transported back to that same galaxy far, far away last year with Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which was followed by the spin-off Rogue One: A Star Wars Story just last month. Both movies were huge hits at the box office, ushering in a new era of Star Wars fandom that will keep growing and growing. There will be plenty of fans who keep revisiting the original trilogy and the prequels, but instead of a marathon movie session, one enterprising YouTube user has broken down the story told through all eight movies, in one two-minute video.

YouTube user Dylan Trost took it upon himself to cut together footage from the first seven movies, plus a few bits from Rogue One, to succinctly break down these epic movies in two minutes and 17 seconds. While the footage isn't necessarily in chronological order, »

- MovieWeb

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‘Curse Words #1′ Review

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Written by Charles Soule | Art by Jordan Boyd, Ryan Browne | Variant Cover by Skottie Young | Published by Image Comics

Wow! Where do I begin with Curse Words. Another new number one from Image Comics and once again I was sat feeling pretty damn happy and excited (one might think I only review the books I like). Right… think about Jk Rowling sitting in a cafe absolutely off her face whilst writing Harry Potter and you are slightly close to Curse Words.

This book is big, bold and bloody beautiful. On paper Curse Words didn’t sound like my cup of tea, you know being wizards and whatnot. However upon flicking through and seeing Ryan Browne’s (God Hates Astronauts) art and how vibrantly striking it was… I had to read this. Sprinkle in some very strong Charles Soule (Daredevil, Death of Wolverine, Star Wars) dialogue and a cracking story of »

- Kevin Haldon

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2017 Could Be the Year of the Rescued Movie Franchise

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In other words: sequels are back, baby!

Last year saw the Death of the Sequel. So many follow-ups to hit movies and new installments of popular franchises bombed hard. Many of them surprisingly. Outside of some extreme exclusions, such as Finding Dory and Captain America: Civil War, it was a bad year for familiar characters. Enough that I listed 15 properties I believe expired (in current form) in 2016.

Well, it’s a new year and a bright new day for film series. Looking ahead at the next 12 months (present included), there are more sequels, prequel-sequels, spinoffs, and other types of franchise continuations, and a lot of them look really good. Sure, last year we were excited for the Jack Reacher, Bourne, and even Independence Day sequels, but this time it’ll be different.

Inspired by a comment made by Joanna Robinson on last week’s A Storm of Spoilers podcast about this potentially being Marvel’s best year »

- Christopher Campbell

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10 Actors Who Were Recreated With Special Effects In Movies

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Following the tragic untimely death of Carrie Fisher, Lucasfilm now has a difficult time on their hands in terms of filling the gap she leaves in their plans for Star Wars: Episode IX. Given the fact that computer trickery was used to create a young Princess Leia in Rogue One, many thought that a similar method would be used in future movies. Surprisingly, however, Lucasfilm has confirmed that they will definitely not be completing Fisher’s scenes with CGI.

This is somewhat shocking as using special effects has always been the go-to method of resurrecting a sadly departed actor in the movies. Though some criticize the process for its dubious ethics and a general feeling of the uncanny valley, it has delivered a lot of success in many instances and for the most part, audiences seem to be alright with it.

And so, with the issue once again becoming »

- Christian Bone

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Listen to The Walking Dead ’Cast Discuss Train To Busan & Latest Walking Dead News

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While we wait for the return of The Walking Dead this February, The Walking Dead ’Cast is helping to make the time go by a little quicker with their intriguing conversations about Train to Busan, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and the latest Walking Dead news.

From The Walking Dead ’Cast: "Join Karen, David, and (in a post-new-baby haze) Jason as we cover the fantastic Korean zombie movie Train to Busan and the surprisingly good first film in the Star Wars anthology series, Rogue One. Plus the latest news about The Walking Dead and other things undead.

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If you’d like to give us a call, you can call us at (650) 485-3323 or email brains@podcastica. »

- Derek Anderson

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'Game of Thrones' Casting Director Shares Her Most Memorable Hollywood Discoveries

9 hours ago | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

Even though she routinely works with A-listers — Brad Pitt, Amy Adams and Tom Hardy among them — Nina Gold prefers to cast projects with unknowns. "It's so exciting watching them develop and have some fresh ideas," she says. And it's how she discovered Daisy Ridley and John Boyega for J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: The Force Awakens as well as pretty much everyone on Game of Thrones (she considers Emilia Clarke her most memorable recent discovery, as Clarke "came pretty fresh from drama school," she says). "I feel like a proud parent to lots of the wonderful actors in Game »

- Anna Lisa Raya

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'Game of Thrones' Casting Director Shares Her Most Memorable Hollywood Discoveries

9 hours ago | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Even though she routinely works with A-listers — Brad Pitt, Amy Adams and Tom Hardy among them — Nina Gold prefers to cast projects with unknowns. "It's so exciting watching them develop and have some fresh ideas," she says. And it's how she discovered Daisy Ridley and John Boyega for J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: The Force Awakens as well as pretty much everyone on Game of Thrones (she considers Emilia Clarke her most memorable recent discovery, as Clarke "came pretty fresh from drama school," she says). "I feel like a proud parent to lots of the wonderful actors in Game »

- Anna Lisa Raya

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EA Play Returns For A Second Year Running, Publisher Skipping E3 Once More

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Whatever its reasons are for doing so, EA has decided to once again skip E3 this year, preferring instead to continue showing off its new games as part of a near-concurrent event dubbed EA Play. Scheduled to take place from June 10-12, this year’s iteration of the exhibition will be held at the Palladium in Hollywood, California rather than the Club Nokia venue used in 2016. As was the case last time, the entirety of EA Play will be streamed live to the public through the usual channels which, the publisher says, promises to provide (via Polygon) “deeper looks into EA’s upcoming games and experiences.”

So, what exactly can we expect to see shown off over the event’s three-day duration? There is, of course, the obvious dedication to EA’s vast library of sports titles that will no doubt take up a chunk of »

- Joe Pring

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‘T2 Trainspotting’ Exclusive: How the Screenplay Convinced Danny Boyle to Resurrect a Cult Classic — Watch

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Few movies leave the viewer as bewildered and blown away as Danny Boyle’s 1996 “Trainspotting.” That’s probably the reason it has evolved over the last decade from a cult classic into a right of passage for all coming-of-age cinephiles. You can’t go grow up loving movies these days and miss the mayhem that heroin addict Mark Renton gets into with his circle of friends (or that ceiling-crawling baby), which makes the prospects of the upcoming sequel all the more exciting and risky. Can a follow-up really capture the magnetic chaos of the original? The cast and crew are here to assure you, “yes.”

Read More: ‘T2 Trainspotting’ Soundtrack Features Songs by Iggy Pop, The Clash, Blondie and More

In an exclusive behind-the-scenes video below, director Danny Boyle and the cast calm your nerves by citing the screenplay as the real source of the sequel’s success and existence. »

- Zack Sharf

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Cool Stuff: Eric Tan’s ‘Star Wars’ Prequel Trilogy Posters Make These Movies Look Good

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Though there is a substantial amount of Star Wars fans who hate the prequel trilogy, there is still a sect of passionate individuals who will to defend all three movies until they’re red in the face. We’ll let you hash it out in the comments if you want to open that can of worms, but […]

The post Cool Stuff: Eric Tan’s ‘Star Wars’ Prequel Trilogy Posters Make These Movies Look Good appeared first on /Film. »

- Ethan Anderton

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Listen to 1977 Star Wars Audience React to Death Star Explosion

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On May 25, 1977, cinema as we know it was changed forever, when 20th Century Fox released a movie called Star Wars. Fans entering theaters that day didn't know this at the time, but they still came out in droves to see Star Wars on the big screen, as they would do in the years to come for The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. A few years back, a fan released an audio recording from inside a theater where Star Wars was playing in 1977, which was later synced up to footage from the film. The end result offers fans rare audio inside one of the first ever Star Wars screenings back in 1977.

On May 25, 2013, a YouTube user named William Forsche uploaded a video that contained five minutes and 23 seconds of audio that he recorded from inside a 1977 screening of the very first Star Wars movie, A New Hope. That »

- MovieWeb

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Sundance: 13 Must-See Films That Have the Indie World Talking

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The Sundance Film Festival has been the launching pad for some of the greatest indie films ever made. The likes of “Reservoir Dogs,” “Little Miss Sunshine,” and last year’s “Manchester by the Sea” all got their starts at the mountainside festival. That track record of finding new talent and fresh stories is what keeps studio executives and fan lovers flocking to Park City. So as Sundance gets ready to kick off on Thursday, hope springs anew.

There are a number of films that are already generating massive buzz, sight unseen. They range from Oscar contenders to crowd pleasing comedies to ripped-from-the-headlines documentaries. If they live up to the hype, all of them should score big paydays. Here’s a look at the films that are most likely to spark all-night bidding frenzies.


Cast: Garrett Hedlund, Carey Mulligan, Jason Mitchell, Mary J. Blige

Director: Dee Rees

Sales agent: Wme »

- Brent Lang

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Great Job, Internet!: This breakneck supercut breaks down the many mysteries of Rogue One

18 January 2017 3:00 PM, PST | | See recent The AV Club news »

Despite still being pretty good, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story upset a good chunk of fans by presenting a final product that didn’t really sync with what was in the trailers. Sure, footage is always getting cut as a film’s opening approaches, but why would it remain in the marketing? This new supercut from the website Looper helps explains not only the whys of that situation but also of several other behind-the-scenes curiosities.

In just six minutes, the video reveals the truth behind the film’s origins (a visual effects supervisor came up with the idea), its lack of an opening crawl (it would be redundant), and just how exactly it matched the dusty visual tone of A New Hope (thank Quentin Tarantino). Watch the whole thing below.

There’s also an extended section on K-2So actor Alan Tudyk’s work on the film, which included »

- Randall Colburn

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White Men Still Can't Jump

18 January 2017 1:07 PM, PST | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

In a world where reboots, remakes, and sequels never stop rising, the creators of Black-Ish are the minds behind the most recent remake coming soon to a theater near you.

Franchise films are tailor made to continue on and on and on. Well after they are wanted or needed. When a story runs dry, scrap it and start form the beginning. That seemed to be Hollywood's motto for quite awhile. Recently it's not just franchises that get that treatment, but any film that had an audience is acceptable to be remade brought to a millennial audience. No classic is safe. Therefore this week we have been given the most recent to join the ranks of reboots, and that is White Men Can't Jump.

That's right, the 1992 sports classic staring our recent inductee Star Wars universe Woody Harrelson, and the one and only Wesley Snipes is coming back to the big screen in a new way. »

- (B.C.)

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