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There Are Big Costume Changes Coming To Spider-Man in Marvel's Sequel

Some new information has surfaced regarding the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming and it involves Spider-Man's costume. Apparently there are some big changes coming to it and it hints at what we might expect to see from the film.

Even though Spider-Man bit the dust in Avengers: Infinity War, we all know that he's coming back. There was talk of the film taking place prior to the events of Infinity War, but that is becoming less and less likely. 

The following information comes from Spider-Man: Homecoming and Ant-Man and The Wasp costume designer Louise Frogley. He tells IndiaWest:

"I am not actually working on that film, but the costumes will have very big changes because, in the film, Spider-Man becomes more like a man and not a teenager."

The fact that she says Spider-Man will be more like a man, tells us that some years will have passed following the events of the Avengers films.
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Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 Gives Spidey a New Suit

Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 is going to be giving Marvel's resident webslinger a new suit. Little is known about what Marvel Studios has planned beyond next year's Avengers 4 for Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. One of the few guarantees is the next Spider-Man standalone movie, which begins filming in the near future. While we still have a lot of questions in regards to what the movie is going to look like and how exactly it's going to work given some recent events in the McU, namely Avengers: Infinity War, it looks like Spidey is going to be getting a new costume.

This comes to us courtesy of costume designer Louise Frogley. She worked on the upcoming Ant-Man and the Wasp, as well as Iron Man 3 and Spider-Man: Homecoming. Even though she admits she isn't working on the sequel, Frogley says that Peter Parker is going to be transitioning into
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The Magnificent Carey Mulligan: A Career Timeline of Stage and Screen

Cannes' Critic Week saw the premiere ofthis year's newest Carey Mulligan movie,Wildlifea shattering, 1960s-set drama in which she co-starsalongside Jake Gyllenhaal. In it, sheplays a woman who cheats on her husband.'It's the kind of warts-and-all role that are usually reserved for men,' Mulligan said, according to Variety. However, prior to the film's fall release, Mulligan is getting back onstage and starring inGirls amp Boys, a one-woman show that recently opened at the Minetta Lane Theatre after a sold-out run in London.
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MTV Movie and TV Awards: 10 Standout Moments

MTV award shows are known for contributing some of the most shocking water cooler moments in television history, and the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards were no exception.

Tiffany Haddish set the tone for the show as the night’s host, opening with a parody of Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow,” during which she swapped the rapper’s lyrics for lines like, “If I’m flying on the zip line, then you know I gotta pee,” in reference to her infamous “Girls Trip” scene, and “got six movies just this year what bitch works as hard as me?”

She took a
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MTV Movie and TV Awards: The 10 Standout Moments

MTV award shows are known for contributing some of the most shocking water cooler moments in television history, and the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards were no exception.

Tiffany Haddish set the tone for the show as the night’s host, opening with a parody of Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow,” during which she swapped the rapper’s lyrics for lines like, “If I’m flying on the zip line, then you know I gotta pee,” in reference to her infamous “Girls Trip” scene, and “got six movies just this year what bitch works as hard as me?”

She took a break from singing to address the night’s attendees, calling best villain winner Michael B. Jordan “so sexy you could probably get a girl pregnant right there on eyesight” and comparing the Kardashians to the “Star Wars” franchise

But Haddish’s opener was just the beginning of a night full of comical interludes,
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Love, Simon's Keiynan Lonsdale Says 'Every Kid' Can 'Wear Dresses' at MTV Movie & TV Awards

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Love, Simon's Keiynan Lonsdale Says 'Every Kid' Can 'Wear Dresses' at MTV Movie & TV Awards
Congratulations are in order for Love, Simon — Nick Robinson and Keiynan Lonsdale won Best Kiss at the 2018 MTV Movie and TV Awards.

Lonsdale, 26, took the stage wearing a white skirt along with a long gold-patterned jacket — and also rocked some third eye artwork on his forehead — to accept the award for the acclaimed film, which tells the coming-of-age story about a gay teenager.

“I just want to say to every kid, you can live your dreams and wear dresses,” he said. “You can live your dreams and kiss the one that you love, no matter what gender they are. You
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Avengers: Infinity War Writers Want Someone To Make A Really Good Moon Knight Movie

The Marvel Cinematic Universe just keeps on expanding, which means that Phase Four of the franchise should introduce lots more fresh faces and lesser-known properties that deserve their due. If you ask fans, one hero that should be right at the top of Marvel Studios’ list is Moon Knight, a character who might not be familiar to general audiences but has an ardent cult following amongst comic book readers.

It turns out that fans aren’t the only ones who want to see a movie featuring the hero, though. Avengers: Infinity War writers Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus spoke about their interest in seeing the nocturnal vigilante appear in the future of the McU while talking with Kevin Smith on the Fat Man on Batman podcast. In particular, Markus said he wants a “really good” film based on the character, but admitted he’s a “complicated” one to adapt.

“Somebody
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33 Celebrity Godparents You Had No Idea About

33 Celebrity Godparents You Had No Idea About
When it comes to choosing godparents, people often pick those closest to them to inspire and provide guidance to their child. So it's no surprise that most celebrity kids end up with very big stars influencing their upbringing. Steven Spielberg is godfather to a pair of huge stars, Drew Barrymore and Gwyneth Paltrow, and Nicole Richie's got two superstar goddads of her own. Michelle Williams's little girl, Matilda Ledger, calls Jake Gyllenhaal and Busy Philipps her honorary parents, while Courteney Cox looked to Bff Jennifer Aniston to take the role of godmother to her daughter, Coco Arquette. See more sets of surprising celebrity godparents, including Elton John, Hugh Grant, and Lady Gaga, when you scroll through now.
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Jamie Lee Curtis Says Jake Gyllenhaal Is To Thank For Her Returning To ‘Halloween’

We’re still pressing the replay button on the latest trailer for “Halloween,” the sequel to John Carpenter‘s 1978 horror classic. We’ve watched the trailer about 100 times partly because of the classic score and the return of Michael Myers, but mainly because of returning star Jamie Lee Curtis. Curtis was the breakout star of the original film. It’s the most iconic role of her career and she looks better than ever in the new film.

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Danny McBride Has a Halloween Sequel Planned, Jake Gyllenhaal Helped Get Jamie Lee Curtis Back, and Trauma is a Big Theme

We've got some interesting new information for you regarding the upcoming Halloween film from David Gordon Green and Danny McBride. A lot of fans seemed to like the first teaser trailer that was released for the film. I did! It definitely got me excited!

Turns out when the creative team first started working on the project, Danny McBride also had a sequel idea and he wanted to shoot the two films back to back. In fact, that was the original plan. McBride told EW:

"We were going to shoot two of them back-to-back…Then we were like, Well, let’s not get ahead of ourselves. This could come out, and everyone could hate us, and we’d never work again. So, let’s not have to sit around for a year while we wait for another movie to come out that we know people aren’t going to like.
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Matt Reeves' The Batman is Said To Focus on a Young Caped Crusader

A new piece of information has surfaced for Matt Reeves' The Batman. According to THR, the director has turned in the first act of his screenplay and it apparently focuses on a young version of the caped crusader.

I think a lot of fans figured this would be the case when we learned Ben Affleck wouldn't be back and it was reported that Reeves was looking at casting someone like Jake Gyllenhaal in the role of Bruce Wayne.

As we previously learned, Reeves is looking to make a dark noir-style film that will focus on the detective side of the Dark Knight, and he has an idea for a story arc that would span over the course of a trilogy of films. It's said that he's looking to keep the story grounded, but "will introduce at least some slight fantastical elements which fans of the hero will be familiar with.
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Jake Gyllenhaal Convinced Jamie Lee Curtis To Return For Halloween

There’s a moment in the first trailer for Halloween, not long after we see Michael Myers in Haddonfield’s maximum security mental asylum, when Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) admits that, for 40 years, she’s been praying for the deranged killer to escape.

Why, you ask? Well, so she can kill him and bring an end to the reign of terror that began with John Carpenter’s original classic way back in 1978. But whereas the first Halloween left Michael’s fate on a cliffhanger, David Gordon Green and co-writer Danny McBride have dreamed up a retcon of their own so that The Shape winds up in police custody after killing three innocent teenagers on Halloween night four decades ago. And that’s where Blumhouse’s sequel begins.

But while the new trailer makes it clear that the legendary scream queen is now armed and dangerous, actress Jamie Lee Curtis
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We can thank Jake Gyllenhaal for Jamie Lee Curtis returning in Halloween

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Sure, this isn't the first time that Jamie Lee Curtis has returned to her role of Laurie Strode since John Carpenter's 1978 original, but her appearance in Danny McBride and David Gordon Green's upcoming Halloween feels quite special, and it turns out that we owe our thanks to her "unofficial godson," Jake Gyllenhaal. While speaking with Variety, Jamie Lee Curtis said... Read More...
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Jake Gyllenhaal is Responsible for ‘Halloween’ Casting, Danny McBride Wanted Back-to-Back Sequels and Other New Details Revealed

Jake Gyllenhaal is Responsible for ‘Halloween’ Casting, Danny McBride Wanted Back-to-Back Sequels and Other New Details Revealed
I don’t know about you, but I’m still buzzing about last week’s exciting Halloween reboot trailer. October can’t get here soon enough. If, like me, you’re hungry for even more Halloween treats, some new details about the reboot have been revealed by the cast and crew. Jake Gyllenhaal Helped Bring Jamie Lee Curtis Back to the Franchise […]

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‘Halloween’: Jake Gyllenhaal Helped Convince Jamie Lee Curtis to Bring Laurie Strode Back

‘Halloween’: Jake Gyllenhaal Helped Convince Jamie Lee Curtis to Bring Laurie Strode Back
Jamie Lee Curtis is taking on the role of Laurie Strode for a fifth time on the big screen in David Gordon Green’s upcoming “Halloween” sequel, but she might not have taken the gig had it not been for Jake Gyllenhaal. In an interview with Variety, Curtis revealed Green personally sent Gyllenhaal on a mission to track her down while she was vacationing in the mountains with her husband, Christopher Guest. Gyllenhaal’s mission was to convince Curtis to hear the director’s pitch for a new “Halloween” film. Gyllenhaal is Curtis’ “unofficial godson.”

The reason Gyllenhaal could vouch for Green is because the actor had just worked with the director on the Boston Marathon bombing drama “Stronger.” Gyllenhaal starred opposite Tatiana Maslany in the movie, which earned Green some of the best reviews of his career and put Gyllenhaal in the Oscar race for best actor. Gyllenhaal missed out on landing a nomination,
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‘Halloween’: Jamie Lee Curtis, Jason Blum Dish on Michael Myers’ Return

‘Halloween’: Jamie Lee Curtis, Jason Blum Dish on Michael Myers’ Return
“Halloween” fans are eagerly anticipating Jamie Lee Curtis’ return to the role of Laurie Strode, cinema’s most iconic avenging babysitter.

It turns out, they have Jake Gyllenhaal to thank for it. The actor is a family friend — Curtis refers to him as her “unofficial godson” — and he tracked her down while she was on vacation in the mountains with her husband, actor Christopher Guest, to put in a plug for David Gordon Green, the reboot’s director. Gyllenhaal urged Curtis to take Green’s call. The two had worked together on 2017’s “Stronger,” which Gyllenhaal told Curtis was the greatest experience of his professional career.

Curtis and Green hit it off immediately. Green, best known for comedies like “Pineapple Express” and dramas such as “Undertow,” reminded Curtis of John Carpenter, the director of the original 1978 “Halloween.”

“They’re both laid back and don’t take themselves too seriously,” Curtis
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The Batman Said To Be “Standalone Franchise” Sans Ben Affleck

The messy and convoluted Batfleck saga has taken an unexpected twist today, and it may well sign the final nail in the coffin.

As part of Deadline’s report (h/t Heroic Hollywood) on Geoff Johns and his next career move, the outlet claims writer-director Matt Reeves intends to reboot The Batman in what will be the beginning of a “standalone franchise.” And he’ll do so without Ben Affleck in the cape and cowl.

This status report comes just seven days after it was claimed that Affleck was happy with his ongoing involvement in the DC Extended Universe, and hoped to remain as Gotham’s Caped Crusader for the foreseeable future. Alas, that Bat-shaped flicker of hope looks to have been quashed – pretty definitively, we might add – as Reeves and his team cast the net in search of their new Batman.

Per Deadline:

There is an opportunity for Toby Emmerich
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Rumored Details on Matt Reeves' The Batman Offers Info on The Penguin, Villains, Robin and More

Some new rumored information has surfaced regarding director Matt Reeves' The Batman. The filmmaker has been working on developing the script for the film for some time now and apparently, he's completed a script and is now in the process of polishing it up.

Before we get into the rumors, which come from Cbm, I'll give a little rundown of what we do know. Reeves is looking to make a dark noir-style film that will focus on the detective side of the Dark Knight, and he has an idea for a story arc that would span over the course of a trilogy of films. It's said that he's looking to keep the story grounded but "will introduce at least some slight fantastical elements which fans of the hero will be familiar with." Directors Christopher Nolan, David Lynch, and Michael Mann are also said to be his inspiration.

This new
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"Spider-Man" - The Menace of 'Mysterio'

Actor Jake Gyllenhaal ("Nightcrawler") has now signed to play Marvel Comics' super-villain 'Mysterio' in the Sony Pictures', Marvel Studios sequel to director Jon Watts' "Spider-Man: Homecoming":

'Quentin Beck' aka 'Mysterio' was created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, debuting in Marvel's "The Amazing Spider-Man" #13 as a SFX wizard and stunt man...

...working for a major Hollywood studio with dreams of making a name for himself in the film industry. 

However, he came to see his career in special effects as a dead-end job. 

He honed his skills as a master hypnotist, magician, amateur chemist and roboticist, with extensive knowledge of hand-to-hand combat techniques learned as a stuntman.

His most striking feature, his helmet, is made of a one way plexiglass material. The helmet also includes an air supply to protect him from his own gasses, a Sonar to navigate within his own 'mist cloak' and a
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20 Secrets Behind Kirsten Dunst And Jake Gyllenhaal's Relationship

What does it take to become a Hollywood It Couple? There's an undefined combination that has to occur: star power, critical acclaim, spectacular good looks, and an unguessable X factor that not all people possess. Whatever the mixture must be, Jake Gyllenhaal and Kirsten Dunst had it from 2002 to 2004. In that brief stretch of time, the two actors were seen in tabloid headlines on what seemed like a daily basis.

The media's insatiable hunger for celebrity news stories fixed firmly on the relationship between Dunst and Gyllenhaal, thanks largely to how attractive the two of them were. It certainly didn't hurt that Dunst was coming off some of the biggest successes in her entire career, starring as Mary Jane Watson in the first <em>Spider-Man </em>film in 2002. Gyllenhaal, meanwhile, was known for his indie success with <em>Donnie Darko. </em>

The couple may have been young, but that didn't stop fans and the
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