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First breaking into composing for film by providing the score for 2001’s The Delivery, DJ Junkie Xl (also known as Tom Holkenborg, and best know for his remix of Elvis’ A Little Less Conversation) has gone to make quite a name for himself in the film world, providing music for Domnio, Blade, 300: Rise of an Empire, Divergent, Run All Night, as well as working with Hans Zimmer on Megamind, Inception, Madagascar 3, The Dark Knight Rises, and Man of Steel (they will once again collaborate on next year’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice). He also provided one of the soundtracks of the Summer with his amazing score for Mad Max: Fury Road (seriously, play that in a car, and you’ll swear you're driving an armoured big rig through a post apocalyptic desert), so you better believe there were many fists pumped in the air when he announced »
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French filmmaking duo Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo (Inside) told Allocine that their film will be more connected to Tobe Hooper’s original than 2006 prequel The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning.
The plot focuses on Leatherface’s teenage years, discovering the origins of the character in a unique fashion.
They said: “Basically, we could define our movie as a naturalist, brutal and disillusioned road movie, with a quite new narrative structure in the Texas Chain Saw Massacre universe.”
- Tom Beasley
The Important News Franchise Fever: Ernie Hudson is making a cameo in the Ghostbusters reboot. Sigourney Weaver is also making a cameo in the Ghostbusters reboot. Prometheus 2 is titled Alien: Paradise Lost and there will be a few more linking to Alien. More Sequel Stuff: A sequel to Sicario focused on Benicio Del Toro's character is in development. Wesley Snipes has had talks about doing more Blade sequels. The Wnuf Halloween Special is getting a follow-up. Furious 8 is having trouble finding a director. John Wick 2 starts shooting this fall with only one of the original directors. Men In Black is getting three more sequels. Casting Net: Tracey Morgan will star...
- Christopher Campbell
This fall, Sullivan Stapleton and Philip Winchester both find themselves starring in profoundly stupid new shows for NBC. On the one hand, this seems appropriate. The duo spent the past four years playing brothers in arms on Cinemax's "Strike Back," a slick, fun, but at times fairly silly action series that wraps up in a few weeks. "Strike Back" was many things, but smart was rarely among them. (This final season kicked off with a terrorist act that wouldn't have happened if Stapleton and Winchester's boss had literally just said the phrase "He has a bomb in his bag" on one of about seven or eight different occasions.) Still, "Strike Back" was so good in other areas — particularly the rapport between the two leads, and the staging of the various fight and chase scenes they found themselves in constantly — that it was easy to forgive the goofier moments, or the »
- Alan Sepinwall
Imperium: Our first look at Daniel Radcliffe in Imperium reveals a shaved head and an unhappy look on the face of the actor. He portrays an FBI agent who goes undercover to investigate white supremacist terrorists who want to obtain a dirty bomb. The film starts production in Virginia this week. [EW.com] Blade: Wesley Snipes, who starred in three movies as the superhero Blade, says that he's had good conversations with Marvel about the character: "They see the value in it. … I'm still in shape enough and fit enough to handle the role. We'll see how it goes." Snipes last played the character in 2004's Blade: Trinity (above), with Ryan Reynolds and Jessica Biel co-starring. [The Huffington Post] Shin Gojira: The next...
- Peter Martin
During this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, Wesley Snipes (who is in the process of attempting to rebuild his career) received plenty of mainstream media attention when he claimed that he had been talking to Marvel about returning as Blade in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Whether or not that’s true remains to be seen, but it has
- Josh Wilding
Asked about his return as the iconic vampire hunter, Snipes tells The Huffington Post that he's "still in shape enough and fit enough to handle the role." Whether it could happen though he seems less sure:
"There's always a possibility, you know. It's in Marvel's hands. They're controlling the pace and the flow with that. Conversations have been good. They see the value in it. We see the value in it."
Asked about the possibility of him being added to Marvel's Avengers line-up, he says:
"That would be interesting. I mean, I know it's in the comic book. It would be interesting to see where they would place him and where he really would fit in. He's got to bite somebody. I don't know who he's going to bite. »
- Garth Franklin
Wesley Snipes wants Blade to feature in the 'Avengers' franchise. Although it's been over 10 years since 2004's 'Blade: Trinity' was released, Wesley insists he's still physically fit enough to portray the Marvel comics human-vampire hybrid again on the big screen and he would be interested in joining the 'Avengers' team. He said: ''That would be interesting. I mean, I know it's in the comic book. It would be interesting to see where they would place him and where he really would fit in. He's got to bite somebody. I don't know who he's going to bite.'' However, Wesley would also be happy for another standalone 'Blade' movie, if Marvel agree. He told Huff Post Live: ''There's always a possibility, you know. It's in Marvel's hands. They're controlling the pace and the flow with that. Conversations have been good. They see the value in it. We see the value in it. »
For the past couple of months, Wesley Snipes has been suggesting that he’s in line for a return as Eric Brooks, claiming that he’s had “favorable” discussions with Marvel Studios about headlining another Blade movie. Now, speaking to The Huffington Post, the action star has offered up a few more words on the reported talks, along with the possibility of Blade joining up with The Avengers.
“There’s always a possibility, you know. It’s in Marvel’s hands” says Snipes. “They’re controlling the pace and the flow with that. Conversations have been good. They see the value in it. We see the value in it. I’m still in shape enough and fit enough to handle the role. We’ll see how it goes. I don’t really know what’s going to happen to it yet.”
“That would be interesting,” he continues, when asked about »
- Gary Collinson
Rumours continue to persist about a return to the big screen for Blade, a role that Wesley Snipes is reportedly very interested in reprising. Snipes' incarceration, and the disappointing critical and commercial response to Blade: Trinity nixed any plans for Blade 4 at the time. But chatting with The Huffington Post, Wesley Snipes has revealed that a new Blade may yet be on the cards.
"There’s always a possibility, you know. It’s in Marvel’s hands", Snipes said. "They’re controlling the pace and the flow with that. Conversations have been good. They see the value in it. We see the value in it. I’m still in shape enough and fit enough to handle the role. We’ll see how it goes. I don’t really know what »
Imperium: Our first look at Daniel Radcliffe in Imperium reveals the actor with a shaved head and an unhappy expression. He portrays an FBI agent who goes undercover to investigate white-supremacist terrorists who want to obtain a dirty bomb. The film starts production in Virginia this week. [EW.com] Blade: Wesley Snipes, who starred in three movies as the superhero Blade, says that he's had good conversations with Marvel about the character: "They see the value in...
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The legendary daywalker played by Wesley Snipes may stalk the undead once again; the actor revealed to The Huffington Post that his ongoing conversations with Marvel have "been good." Earlier this summer Wesley Snipes first met with Marvel regarding a return to his famous role and it seems as though those talks have continued. While Blade's return is nowhere near set in... Read More »
- Kevin Fraser
Will Iron Man be in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2? Are these the best lines from Arrow Season 3? Does Wesley Snipes think Blade 4 will happen? What’s Vision‘s role in Captain America: Civil War? Who’s writing Marvel’s new Black Panther comic? What’s coming to Batman: Arkham Knight this month? Read about all this […]
- Angie Han
So what of everyone’s favorite Daywalker? Can he overcome the tepid mess that was Blade: Trinity? Is Marvel even interested in bringing back Wesley Snipes as Blade? Apparently so. In an interview with The Huffington Post, Snipes dropped the following… Continue Reading →
- Steve Barton
Over a span of two months back in 2013, Marvel Studios won back the movie and TV rights to four of their iconic comic book characters, Daredevil, Ghost Rider, The Punisher and Blade, which had been developed as movies by other studios prior to the formation of Marvel Studios. Marvel has already put one of these characters to good use, with the Netflix series Marvel's Daredevil. The Punisher (Jon Bernthal) is set to join that series in the upcoming second season. There have been rumors swirling about new TV shows for both Ghost Rider and Blade, but while promoting his new NBC series The Player, Wesley Snipes revealed it's possible that his beloved Day Walker character could cross over with The Avengers. About joining the iconic superhero team on screen, he had this to say.
"That would be interesting. I mean, I know it's in the comic book. It would be »
Wesley Snipes hasn't had a chance to play the vampire-hunting Daywalker known as Blade for more than a decade now, but it seems the guy isn't quite ready to let go of the character. Instead, he's still hoping that something can be worked out with the folks over at Marvel Studios that could one day see Blade team up with the various members of The Avengers. Snipes is currently on the road promoting his new television series The Player, and it was while talking with The Huffington Post that the actor discussed the possibility of returning to one of his most notable roles, and whether or not it's possible that he could one day find himself teaming up with the likes of Captain America, Black Widow, and the rest of the big screen adventures. Discussing the potential in seeing Blade team up with Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Snipes said, That would »
Long before the superhero genre could share a universe, or even achieve widespread mainstream success, there was Blade. Despite being one of the first comic book properties to achieve success on the big screen, the character has remained on ice for over a decade.
According to Wesley Snipes, the half-vampire, half-man anti-hero could have life once again in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and the actor is eager to sink his fangs into the role.
In a recent interview with the Huffington Post, the action star explained that he has had positive meetings with Marvel, and his eventual inclusion in the Marvel Cinematic Universe remains a distinct possibility:
“There’s always a possibility, you know. It’s in Marvel’s hands. They’re controlling the pace and the flow with that. Conversations have been good. They see the value in it. We see the value in it… I »
- Conner Schwerdtfeger
One of the most remembered scenes from the 1998 Marvel adaptation Blade is when the Day Walker finds himself fighting vamps in the midst of a Blood Rave. Crimson goo spritzes the attendees from the overhead sprinkler system, and it's a gory mess. Anyone who has ever dreamed of participating in such a nightmarish scenario will now get their chance, as a true Blood Rave is being planned for New York Comic Con, which kicks off in just a few weeks.
The whole party is being directly inspired by Blade, recreating the iconic opining scene. And at some point, one of the DJs in attendance will spin the Pump Panel remix of New Order's classic 'Confusion', straight off the soundtrack to the movie. Dubbed the Blade Rave, this gruesome disco is happening on Friday, October 9 at New York's Terminal 5. Edm innovators The Crystal Method will headline the show with Pictureplane opening. »
Wesley Snipes continues to tease a reprisal as Blade Back at San Diego Comic-Con, Wesley Snipes made headlines by claiming some conversations had taken place about a potential return to the Daywalker himself, Blade. Following that, another related rumor popped up last month that the latest Blade comic book series was of keen interest to…
- Spencer Perry
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