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David Goyer to Direct Hacker Movie Remake ‘Who Am I’

22 June 2016 12:46 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

David Goyer has been signed to direct “Who Am I,” a remake of the 2014 German thriller of the same name.

Goyer, best known for his work on the “Dark Knight” trilogy, is producing through his Phantom Four company along with Kevin Turen and Langley Park’s Kevin McCormick.

The original “Who Am I,” directed by Baran bo Odar, centered on a computer hacker group in Berlin that gears towards global fame. It was shot in Berlin and Rostock, starred  Tom Schilling and Elyas M’Barek and screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.

The remake is being written by Dan Wiedenhaupt, a former Atlas Entertainment exec who wrote “The Solutrean” for Studio 8.

Goyer wrote “Man of Steel” and co-wrote “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” with Chris Terrio. He produced “The Forest” and Open Road’s robot adventure “Miles.”

Goyer has also directed “Zig Zag, »

- Dave McNary

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Wesley Snipes: ball is in Marvel's court over Blade

24 May 2016 10:31 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Wesley Snipes wants to return to Blade - but the ball remains in Marvel's court...

One of the many properties that Marvel didn't once have the rights to make films of but now does again is Blade. Following Blade: Trinity just over a decade ago, there's been no new film in the series, and little sign of there one coming.

That said, Wesley Snipes is keen to return to the role. It's just a case of Marvel wanting to do something with the character. There have been rumours of Blade heading to Netflix, for instance, but nothing concrete has happened.

Wesley Snipes, though, is continuing to do his bit, and on his Twitter feed, unprompted, he's again reaffirmed his desire for more Blade...

When it comes to another Blade, there's always a possibility. %uD83D%uDE01#SharpeningMyTeeth

Wesley Snipes (@wesleysnipes) May 24, 2016

Balls in Marvels court...

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Blade 4 Is in Marvel's Court Says Wesley Snipes

24 May 2016 4:33 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

The Marvel Cinematic Universe officially kicked off in 2008 with Iron Man and honestly, the rest is history. However, that was far from the first comic book film to ever race the big screen in the modern Hollywood landscape. Even before X-Men or Spider-Man, there was the vampire hunter Blade, and there is still hope for another movie in that series according to star Wesley Snipes.

Wesley Snipes recently took to Twitter to answer some fan questions and as it often does, the subject of him returning to the Blade franchise came up. Snipes has talked about the prospect of a return to the character for Blade 4 before, especially in recent years as Marvel has been expanding their brand quite a bit. His most recent comments echo things that he has stated previously, but apparently the decision is in the hands of Marvel Studios at this point.

"When it comes to another Blade, »

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Update: Silver Lining In The WB Dceu Shake-Ups? The Rise of Affleck!

18 May 2016 3:34 PM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Update:

Folks, it has begun.

As stated in the original report, Geoff Johns is stepping in as co-runner of DC Films, and that deserves your attention. Read the original report to find out why I think he deserves your forgiveness for past transgressions, and your patience. For now, Vulture has offered two new nuggets.

Johns was asked about the reports that say that he and Jon Berg are the new leaders of DC Films and will help shape the future of the Dceu after Warner Bros. seemingly lost faith in Zack Snyder following the response to Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice. While he didn't want to directly address the reports, he did say, "You can connect the dots," which all but confirms that they're true.

But where things get really promising is when he was asked about where he thinks DC needs to go from here. While Vulture didn't publish the entire quote, »

- Mario-Francisco Robles

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Exclusive Video: Top 10 Performances by Actors who were Allegedly High

20 April 2016 8:50 AM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Since today is 4/20 a.k.a. National Marijuana Day (or just another Wednesday, if you're Woody Harrelson), we've decided to rank the Top 10 performances by actors who were allegedly high on weed or other drugs. Some of these are well-known, like Wesley Snipes being blazed out of his mind while filming for Blade: Trinity, but I think there are few on here that might surprise. So sit back, relax, light one... Read More »

- Jesse Giroux

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'Batman v Superman' is a truly unprecedented box office phenomenon and here's why

29 March 2016 4:29 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

When I asked a number of box office experts last week how those scathing reviews would affect Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice's opening weekend gross, all of them agreed that the effect on the film's commercial prospects would likely be negligible (at least in the early going). And guess what? They were right! Despite a dismal 28% "Rotten" score on Rotten Tomatoes, the superhero film felled a number of box office records in its debut.  Still, 28% is a truly awful score, and so I got curious: what previous superhero films have an even lower percentage on Rotten Tomatoes than the Zack Snyder-directed mashup? After a quick scan, here's the abysmal list I came up with: Fantastic Four (2005) 27% Punisher: War Zone (2008) 27% Ghost Rider (2007) 26% Green Lantern (2011) 26% Blade: Trinity (2004) 25% Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) 21% Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III (1993) 21% Spawn (1997) 19% Judge Dredd (1995) 18% Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (2012) 17% Superman III (1983) 17% Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie »

- Chris Eggertsen

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Marvel’s Iron Fist Will Take Fighting Lessons From Marco Polo’s Stunt Coordinator

29 February 2016 1:06 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Brett Chan has been added as a stunt coordinator on Marvel’s Iron Fist, where he’ll help shape and guide the mystical martial arts of the titular superhero for the Netflix series.

If that names sounds familiar, it’s because Chan previously helped out another Netflix show, Marco Polo, with its dependably awe-inspiring fight sequences. Besides that series, Chan has a history of working on films like X2: X-Men United, Blade: Trinity, and even in the small-screen DC universe with Arrow.

The news comes from Twitter, where a fan asked Philip J. Silvera (a stunt coordinator for Marvel’s Daredevil) who would have the honor of helping Iron Fist beat up bad guys in his new show.

For those who aren’t sure who Iron Fist is or what his powers are, here’s a quick snapshot of Netflix’s upcoming superhero show. Suffice it to say, it sounds »

- Mitchel Broussard

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Deadly Pleasures: Blade: Trinity

17 February 2016 11:31 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

The truth is, it started with Blade, and it ended with him. The rest of us were just along for the ride.

I won’t try and pretend that Blade: Trinity is anywhere as good as its predecessors—it simply isn’t. What I will say, though, is that it is still a decent sequel that squanders a lot of potential but ultimately has a few cool tricks up its sleeve, which has made me a longtime defender of this often-maligned third installment in the Blade franchise.

In Blade: Trinity, our titular hero has more to contend with than just bloodsuckers, as he’s quickly become a vigilante in the eyes of humankind. City officials and other governmental agencies have refused to publicly acknowledge the existence of vampires and have targeted everyone’s favorite monster hunter. During the film’s opening chase sequence, Blade has the misfortune of mistakenly killing »

- Heather Wixson

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What The F#%k Did Deadpool Just Do?

15 February 2016 8:46 AM, PST | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

The success of 20th Century Fox's Deadpool this weekend is sure to send shockwaves throughout the industry, as the film shattered certain preconceived notions. I think we need to take a few moments to really digest exactly what's gone down here, as it's fairly remarkable. 

Let's stack up where Deadpool stands compared to the first films of Hollywood's other modern day favorite superheroes, in terms of opening weekends. 

[Bar Graph That Annoyingly Doesn't Show On The Mobile Version of The Site That Demonstrates The Things I'm Going To Mention Below. Long Story Short: Deadpool did better than everyone you can think of in their modern era debut films.]

Yes. You're seeing that correctly. Deadpool did better business in its opening weekend than pop culture icons like Batman, Superman, and Spider-Man- all considered to be among the most recognizable fictional characters on the planet earth. And in terms of the vaunted faces of the  Marvel Cinematic Universe, you'd have to add up two of their Phase One solo films (three if you exclude Iron Man) to top Deadpool

But that's not all...

The figures for Fox's flick are even more stunning »

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"Deadpool" Aiming For $150M Opening

14 February 2016 8:41 AM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

It seems the comic adaptation "Deadpool" treated the box-office this weekend the way its title character was treated by his girlfriend on International Womens Day in the film itself.

20th Century Fox's release, budgeted at an economical $58 million, absolutely smashed the President's Day Weekend box office and continues to surpass all expectations. Yesterday, after the opening day figures came in, the film was on track to make around $117 million over the three-day and $130 million over the four-day holiday weekend.

Those estimates have again been revised considerably upward. The three-day estimate now stands at $135 million with the four-day total now looking to hit as high as $150 million. That not only easily surpasses the previous record for this holiday, but it's also the biggest ever opening for an R-rated film - shattering the long held $91.8 million three-day record that "The Matrix Reloaded" did in 2003.

The success also is a much welcome relief »

- Garth Franklin

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Movie Review: Deadpool

11 February 2016 9:56 PM, PST | CinemaNerdz | See recent CinemaNerdz news »

The New Year is just now starting to feel for real. Folks are remembering to write 2016 on the check they sign and, who knows, maybe even starting to pay attention to the upcoming election season. Well, maybe. But before we get too serious about life let us savor some silliness. Deadpool is a film about a seriously messed up dude named Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds). He was a soldier. Then he was a mercenary. Eventually he becomes the superhero called Deadpool – beloved by geekdom the world over. This film is his origin story.

Deadpool was written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, best known for Zombieland (2009), so they know the funny. It is based on the popular comic character work created by Rob Liefeld and Fabian Nicleza.  Tim Miller makes his feature film directorial debut here.

A story about a superhero that not only hates other superheroes but is also »

- Steven Gahm

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Interview: Ryan Reynolds for ‘Deadpool’

11 February 2016 8:30 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Ryan Reynolds knows a thing or two about comic book movies. His first flirtation with the medium was Blade: Trinity in 2004, by which point the Canadian actor had established himself as movie star thanks to a breakthrough turn in National Lampoon’s Van Wilder.

It was his role in 2009’s X-Men Origins: Wolverine that first put Deadpool on his docket. The Marvel Comics character, created in 1991 by Fabian Nicieza and Rob Liefeld, made an appearance at that film’s finale that was supposed to set up a standalone movie, but given his comic book alter ego was dubbed “The Merc with a Mouth,” it was a surprise to fans that his mouth was sewn shut for his climactic battle with Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine.

Reynolds’ love for Deadpool never abated, though. Indeed, doing the character right meant having a chance to atone for mistakes of the past: Deadpool is unique »

- The Hollywood News

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Deadpool, and the box office of R-rated comic book films

11 February 2016 4:00 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Deadpool's opening weekend proves that people will turn out R-rated comic book movies. But they have been doing since the 1970s...

Deadpool – an X-Men spin-off for Ryan Reynolds’ ‘Merc With The Mouth’ - is in cinemas now, and in spite of its R-rated tag, it's shattered the box office ceiling for February releases with a stunning $260m global opening weekend. Maybe this is the point where Hollywood realises that if it makes the right R-rated movie - Deadpool, rather than Jonah Hex - people will turn up.

That R stands for Restricted, meaning that under-17s in America will havehad  to be accompanied by an adult if they wanted to see Deadpool in cinemas this weekend. It’s a 15-certificate film to me and other denizens of the British Isles, meaning that no under-15s this side of the pond will be permitted to see it in cinemas. »

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Ryan Reynolds: From Sitcom Star to Leading Man to Deadpool (Again)

10 February 2016 3:00 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Deadpool hits theaters Friday, Feb. 12, Ryan Reynolds stars in it, and fans are hotly anticipating the funny, raunchy superhero movie. All these things easily couldn't have happened - and that's worth talking about. Here's the thing about Deadpool, as a comic book character: He's not exactly what most people would imagine when they think about the main character in a superhero movie. At best, Deadpool, a.k.a. Wade Wilson, is an anti-hero; he's a wise-cracking Bugs Bunny of a guy, even when he's running around killing people. He's a little unhinged, he's a little sexually fluid, and perhaps strangest of all, »

- Drew Mackie, @drewgmackie

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Ryan Reynolds: From Sitcom Star to Leading Man to Deadpool (Again)

10 February 2016 2:25 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

By most accounts, Deadpool shouldn't be a movie that's about to hit theaters (Friday, Feb. 12), and it's a surprise to some that Ryan Reynolds is starring in it. But he is, and it's hotly anticipated, and that's worth talking about. Here's the thing about Deadpool, as a comic book character: He's not exactly what most people would imagine when they think about the main character in a superhero movie. At best, Deadpool, a.k.a. Wade Wilson, is an anti-hero; he's a wise-cracking Bugs Bunny of a guy, even when he's running around killing people. He's a little unhinged, he's a little sexually fluid, »

- Drew Mackie, @drewgmackie

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Flashback! Ryan Reynolds Was People's Sexiest Man Alive in 2010: Read the Cover Story

10 February 2016 1:30 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Before Ryan Reynolds was named Sexiest Dad Alive in People's new cover story, he was the Sexiest Man Alive in 2010. Check out People's story below.His eight-pack abs have launched 2.4 million Google searches. Yet on a crisp fall day on a rustic farm outside Atlanta, where he's filming the 2011 romantic comedy The Change-Up, Ryan Reynolds - who arrives with an entourage of one: his 2-year-old rescue mutt Baxter-reveals that his secret weapon is his sense of humor. Though he's married to the awesome Scarlett Johansson and his star is poised to rocket into the stratosphere when he appears as the Green Lantern next year, »

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Flashback! Ryan Reynolds Was People's Sexiest Man Alive in 2010: Read the Cover Story

10 February 2016 1:30 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Before Ryan Reynolds was named Sexiest Dad Alive in People's new cover story, he was the Sexiest Man Alive in 2010. Check out People's story below.His eight-pack abs have launched 2.4 million Google searches. Yet on a crisp fall day on a rustic farm outside Atlanta, where he's filming the 2011 romantic comedy The Change-Up, Ryan Reynolds - who arrives with an entourage of one: his 2-year-old rescue mutt Baxter-reveals that his secret weapon is his sense of humor. Though he's married to the awesome Scarlett Johansson and his star is poised to rocket into the stratosphere when he appears as the Green Lantern next year, »

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'Deadpool' Review & Roundup: Ryan Reynolds Finds a Franchise Worthy of His Talents

7 February 2016 12:03 PM, PST | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

With R-rated Marvel comic movie "Deadpool," Ryan Reynolds has finally found the Hollywood role that has thus far eluded him. He was raw and real in the well-reviewed solo drama "Buried." And you can see glimpses of his comic talent opposite Sandra Bullock in the hit romantic comedy "The Proposal," Jeff Daniels in "Paper Man," and Ben Mendelsohn in last year's "Mississippi Grind."  After several attempts at scaling a comic book movie in Marvel's' "Blade: Trinity" and "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" and DC's horrific "Green Lantern," Reynolds has landed a winner at last. With a raucous witty script by Rhett Reese & Paul Wernick ("Zombieland"), Reynolds comes into his own as strange and sarcastic post-military mercenary Wade Wilson, who meets and falls in love with his match ("Homeland" star Morena Baccarin) before joining up with the wrong group of »

- Anne Thompson

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Deadpool Is The Only Superhero Ryan Reynolds Wants To Play From Now On

7 February 2016 9:58 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Ryan Reynolds is certainly no stranger to comic book movies. Having previously starred in such films as Blade: Trinity, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Green Lantern, and Ripd, his latest endeavor is that of Deadpool, which is garnering much praise from both fans and critics who have been lucky enough to attend early screenings (read our review here).

When a notable actor stars in one or more comic book movies, an internet brush fire is often lit as fans begin to fancy themselves as casting directors. Although Reynolds will not be reprising his role as Hal Jordan in any future Green Lantern or Justice League movies, speculation still runs rampant as to whether or not any other characters are on his bucket list.

Here’s what he had to say when IGN recently caught up with him:

“I never want to play another comic book character again; Deadpool, I would like to »

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Deadpool Review

6 February 2016 8:59 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Holy F#*King Sh%T You Guys. F#Ck Every Other Superhero Movie. I’m glad I wore my white pants to Deadpool.

Let’s face it. Today’s Marvel-dominated cinematic superheroes are becoming more familiar by the film, as over-loaded origin stories blur together in an orgy of tights, abs, and conflicted emotions. Netflix is raising the stakes between Daredevil and Jessica Jones, but Marvel’s squeaky-clean treatment of figures like Captain America is growing a tad stale. It’s become a constant parade of seeing how many side-characters a director can jam in their third sequel of whatever property is hot right now, as the focus shifts from serving a single story best, to caring how “X” hero can interact twenty films from now.

Thankfully, that’s not Deadpool.

Earth’s least sympathetic “hero” revels in taking a steamy piss on unfortunate shifts in studio norms. He’s foul-mouthed, »

- Matt Donato

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