Over at The Splash Report, a source familiar with the undead sequel has unveiled what amounts to a lengthy plot synopsis, one which teases super-zombies and a possible time jump.
All of our core survivors will return to the fray, too, including Woody Harrelson’s Tallahassee, Jesse Eisenberg’s Columbus, Emma Stone’s Wichita, and Abigail Breslin’s Little Rock, and it would seem their next adventure largely involves searching for the latter character, after she ran away with an unknown individual.
All of this (and more!) is outlined within the below extract, which alleges Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick’s screenplay for Zombieland 2 Zombieland, Too carves out new ground in the admittedly oversaturated zombie genre by asking the question: what if we ran out of zombies?
Solo is now only days away, with fans soon able to see the much speculated about film and Glover’s performance as a young Lando Calrissian. Regarding what comes after Solo, there have also been rumours lately that Lucasfilm is planning a solo Lando film – the studio, however, has since thrown water on this.
But what does Glover think of the idea? Would he be interested in starring in his own movie about the adventures of Lando? He was asked about the possibility when sitting down with EW:
“It would always be fun to be Lando again. I would love to do it again. It’s really fun. The movie, I feel like, is wide open. This part of the universe without the… I feel like with the Skywalkers, it’s hard,
Zombieland Too opens with a question. What would happen if we ran out of zombies? An interesting concept, one that hasn’t been explored in any film of the genre thus far. The way the film approaches answering the
The actor and musician, 34, takes on the iconic role of Lando Calrissian, the galaxy’s suave smuggler in the Star Wars prequel.
As he reveals to People in the special issue Star Wars: The Secrets of Solo (on newsstands now), Glover met with the actor who originated the role, Billy Dee Williams, shortly after signing onto the film.
“He’s like, ‘Just be charming,'” recalls Glover. “I took what he said… and amped it up.”
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The Old Republic has been a time period that fans have wanted to see explored on film for years but so far have yet to have their wish fulfilled. With all the new Star Wars movies on the way, the hope is that one of these will focus on this fascinating time in Star Wars history.
Alden Ehrenreich, who stars as Han in the upcoming Solo: A Star Wars Story, is also someone who wants to see the Old Republic come to the big screen, telling CinemaBlend that he’s got a personal interest in seeing a film based on the Republic Scout Service:
“When I was learning about this, there’s something called scouts, which is early days of the Republic, there were
Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick recently did a Reddit Ama in order to promote the release of Deadpool 2. During the course of the Ama, someone asked about Zombieland 2. While they couldn't say too much about it at the present time, they did reveal that the sequel won't be picking up directly after the first movie ended. As they explain, that's more of a practicality,
One of the most discussed moments in the original Star Wars trilogy is the scene where Han kills Greedo in A New Hope. In the theatrical version, Han shoots the bounty hunter first but George Lucas has since changed events to show that Greedo actually fires on Han, causing Solo to fire back.
This has been a huge point of contention as it directly speaks to Han’s character and the writers of Solo have revealed that they are on the ‘Han shot first’ team, having written a scene for the film that touches on this moment.
Speaking to Uproxx, the writers reveal that they made a deliberate attempt to return Han to his initial portrayal:“Yeah. It was very important to me, like top of the list” Lawrence Kasdan admitted,
Indeed, it seems that Disney has found the right way to market the film with all of these promotional materials by focusing on the character interactions and amping up the “Fun” factor that the film seems to have. By all accounts, star Alden Ehrenreich does a serviceable job of inhabiting everyone’s favorite intergalactic smuggler, but the real highlight of the film seems to be Donald Glover as Lando.
“He texted me,” said Glover. “He said ‘You did a good job.’ That was all I wanted, all I needed. It definitely made me feel like I didn’t let him down. He was such an iconic figure in the first one, in The Empire Strikes Back, that I definitely didn’t want to let him down.”
Although the Lando torch has been passed, fans will be hoping that we get to see Billy Dee Williams making his own return to the galaxy far, far away in Star Wars: Episode IX, having sat out both The Force Awakens and
In this edition of Trailer Binge, we take a look at trailers for the new John Cho sundance hit ‘Searching‘, a teaser trailer for Gaspar Noé‘s latest film ‘Climax’, and a trailer for the latest Rob Reiner film ‘Shock and Awe‘. Plus, we have trailers for the new Kevin MacDonald documentary ‘Whitney‘ and a trailer for the crazy-looking ‘Axl‘. Let the binge begin!
‘Searching‘ was written and directed by Aneesh Chaganty. The film Stars John Cho and hits theaters on August 3, 2018.
Watch the video below to see what they had to say:
Given we had Howard all to ourself for a brief moment, we couldn’t help but query about forthcoming endeavours Zelda and Pinocchio, as the venerable filmmaker gave us an update on both projects:
If you wish to watch an extended clip of the interviews, we also
Based on the novel “My Abandonment” by Peter Rock, the film is directed by Debra Granik and stars Ben Foster, Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie, Dale Dickey and Jeff Kober.
Also in trailers – Woody Harrelson and James Marsden cut through the fake news in trailer for Shock and Awe
The film is out in cinemas June 29.
Leave No Trace Official Synopsis
A teenage girl (breakout newcomer Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie) and her father (Ben Foster) have lived undetected for years in Forest Park, a vast woods on the edge of Portland, Oregon. A chance encounter leads to their discovery and removal from the park and into the charge of a social service agency. They try to adapt to
Directed by Rob Reiner and from a screenplay by Joey Hartstone, the film stars Woody Harrelson, Tommy Lee Jones, James Marsden, Milla Jovovich, and Jessica Biel.
Also in trailers – Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder are reunited in trailer for comedy Destination Wedding
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Shock and Awe Official Synopsis
The film is based on the true events of Knight Ridder journalists who were the only ones who “got it right” in the lead-up to the 2003 Iraq War when they questioned the true nature of the Bush White House’s justification for the conflict.
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As it turned out, Kennedy had been misquoted, with a Lucasfilm rep clarifying that such a project is not in the works, but “we would love to tell a story about Lando Calrissian one day.” Well, should that happen, Solo co-writer Jonathan Kasdan has thrown his hat into the ring to be involved, telling Screen Rant that a Lando movie is one of his dream projects.
“First of all I’m dying to see a Lando film,” said Kasdan. “I would help in anyway I was asked to. I think that’s a great movie. I mean, I think you know
May 21 Update: Deadpool 2 opened powerfully with a confirmed $125.5m at the North American box office this weekend, easily ending the three-week reign of rival superhero blockbuster Avengers: Infinity War.
With Ryan Reynolds returning as the snarky title character, Deadpool 2 arrived in 4,349 cinemas through Fox and fell just short of the $132.4m opening gross achieved by the original Deadpool (which went on to take $363.1m domestically) in February 2016. The opening worldwide tally was $300.4m.
The sequel – with David Leitch taking over as director and Josh Brolin joining the cast – scored the second
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