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‘Excision’ Director’s Next a ‘Tone Deaf’ Home Invasion Horror Movie

‘Excision’ Director’s Next a ‘Tone Deaf’ Home Invasion Horror Movie
Excision, Trash Fire, and Suburban Gothic‘s Ricky Bates Jr.’s has set the home-invasion horror movie Tone Deaf as his next, reports Variety. Amanda Crew (HBO’s “Silicon Valley”) and Robert Patrick (Terminator 2, The Faculty, “The X-Files”) are starring in the film, which is already in production from Circle of Confusion (producers of “The Walking Dead”), Lightning Entertainment […]
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Casting Update for New Terminator Movie

There's going to be hell to pay in the new Terminator movie, as a Ghost Rider actor is one of two new cast additions to the reboot.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Gabriel Luna (who plays Ghost Rider on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) and Natalia Reyes (Pickpockets) have been added to the cast of the sixth Terminator film. Luna will play a Terminator robot (whether he's one with murderous intentions has yet to be revealed), while Reyes (see her IMDb page here) will play the lead role of Dani, "a young woman from a working class neighborhood in Mexico City who finds herself in the battle between humans and machines."

Luna and Reyes join a cast that includes Mackenzie Davis as a "soldier-assassin from the future," Diego Boneto as Dani's brother, with Linda Hamilton reprising her role as Sarah Connor and Arnold Schwarzenegger coming back as
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Gabriel Luna, Diego Boneta, Natalia Reyes Tapped for Sixth ‘Terminator’

Gabriel Luna, Diego Boneta, Natalia Reyes Tapped for Sixth ‘Terminator’
Gabriel Luna, Diego Boneta and Natalia Reyes will join Skydance Media’s upcoming Terminator movie opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton.

Deadpool” director Tim Miller is attached with James Cameron and David Ellison producing. Specific details on the characters are being kept under wraps but the movie will be a direct sequel to Cameron’s 1991 film “Terminator 2: Judgment Day,” with Schwarzenegger and Hamilton anchoring the story.
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Ghost Rider Actor Gabriel Luna is The New Terminator in Tim Miller and James Cameron's Terminator Film

Producer James Cameron and director Tim Miller have cast Gabriel Luna in the role of the new Terminator that will be introduced in the upcoming Terminator sequel. Luna is best known for his role as Robbie Reyes a.k.a. Ghost Rider in Marvel's Agents of Shield.

According to Deadline, Natalia Reyes (Lady, La Vendedora de Rosas) and Diego Boneto (Scream Queens) have also joined the film. These new actors will join previously cast Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton, and Mackenzie Davis, who will be the new face of the franchise.

I liked Luna in the role of Ghost Rider! There are no details on how this new Terminator will be handled in the film, but I'm looking forward to seeing what Cameron and Miller are planning. I'm sure that we'll end up seeing him fight Schwarzenegger!

The upcoming film is said to be the first in a trilogy
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“Scream Queens” Star Diego Boneta Joins ‘Deadpool’ Director’s ‘Terminator’ Movie

“Scream Queens” Star Diego Boneta Joins ‘Deadpool’ Director’s ‘Terminator’ Movie
Mackenzie Davis recently landed the role of a brand new franchise heroine in Deadpool director Tim Miller‘s untitled Terminator film, which will serve as a sequel to James Cameron’s Terminator 2 rather than a continuation of the franchise’s current storylines. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton will also star, and THR reports today that “Scream Queens” actor Diego Boneta is the latest to join the cast. “Boneta’s role […]
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James Cameron and Tim Miller's Terminator Movie Release Date Pushed Back

As you know, James Cameron and Deadpool director Tim Miller are developing a new Terminator sequel that will star Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, and Mackenzie Davis, who will be the new face of the franchise. We'll just have to wait a little longer to see it. According to Variety, Paramount Pictures has decided to push the release date of the film back four months.

The movie was originally set to be released on July 26, 2019. Now it will be released on November 22, 2019. Paramount said that the date change was in the works prior to Schwarzenegger undergoing the emergency heart surgery.

The upcoming film is said to be the first in a trilogy and a direct sequel to Terminator 2. It will ignore all of the other films that have been made since, and Cameron previously said:

"We still fold time. We will have characters from the future and the present. There will be mostly new characters,
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New Terminator Movie Now Slated for November 22nd, 2019 Release

Last fall, Paramount Pictures revealed that the Terminator franchise would be back in 2019, and while the newest movie in the franchise was initially slated for a July 26th release, it has now been pushed back a few months into November.

According to Variety, the sixth Terminator film (expected to follow the events of Terminator 2: Judgment Day) is now scheduled to be released by Paramount Pictures on November 22nd, 2019, which would bring Skynet back to theaters the weekend before Thanksgiving in the United States.

It was reported in March that Mackenzie Davis (Blade Runner 2049, Halt and Catch Fire) is in discussions to join the cast of the new Terminator movie, which is also set to star Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor and Arnold Schwarzenegger, likely as a killer T-800 (or other model) robot. Schwarzenegger recently had open-heart surgery, but the release date change was reportedly already going to happen
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U.K. Now Casting: Energetic Male Dancer Wanted to Understudy in ‘Tidy Up’ + 3 More Gigs

Wrap up your week by grabbing one of the great gigs in today’s roundup! Understudy as a male dancer in Peut-Être Theatre’s upcoming “Tidy Up.” Plus, a comedy-drama set in early 1990s Wales is seeking its young leads, a major dance project is holding a workshop, and a feature film is casting background. “Tidy Up”Peut-Être Theatre is currently casting its upcoming “Tidy Up.” An energetic male dancer, aged 18 or older, is wanted to be an understudy in the production. Talent should be versatile dancers with strong contemporary dance technique and strong theatrical and comedic skills. Contracts run May 26–June 3 in London, England. Pay is £483 per week. Apply here! “Rainbow Valley: The Quest For A TV”Casting is underway for “Rainbow Valley: The Quest for a TV,” a British comedy-drama set in 1991 Wales, which follows a young boy who sets out to find a TV and set it
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The Terminator Genisys Sequel Would Have Focused on John Connor's Journey To Becoming a Cyborg

Had Terminator Genisys actually been a success, we would have seen a sequel. But, it wasn't and now that James Cameron has the rights back, he's teamed up with Deadpool director Tim Miller to develop a direct sequel to Terminator 2.

But, if Paramount Pictures had moved forward on a sequel to Terminator Genisys, there was a story in place and it's actually kind of interesting. The story would have focused on John Connor and what happened to him after he was taken by Skynet. During an interview with Collider, actor Jason Clarke was asked about the sequel and this is what he revealed:

"They had an idea. What I remember was that second one was going to be about John’s journey after he was taken by Skynet…like going down to what he became; half machine, half man. That’s where the second one was going to start,
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‘Stranger Things’ and ‘Deadpool 2’ Colorist Skip Kimball Joins Efilm

‘Stranger Things’ and ‘Deadpool 2’ Colorist Skip Kimball Joins Efilm
Colorist Skip Kimball, whose 30-year career has encompassed such high-profile projects as “Avatar,” has joined post-production shop Efilm following six years as senior colorist at Technicolor.

Kimball recently completed work on seasons 1 and 2 of the Duffer Brothers’ “Stranger Things” (pictured) on Netflix for executive producer Shawn Levy and is currently on “Deadpool 2” for Twentieth Century Fox and director David Leitch.

Other recent feature credits include “Downsizing” and “Nebraska” for Alexander Payne, “Logan” for James Mangold, and the “Terminator 2” re-master for James Cameron.

“We are incredibly proud to have Skip on the team,” said William Sherak, president of Deluxe Post Production. “He is an immensely talented artist that top directors, DPs and producers have come to rely on for his expertise.”

Kimball credits Sherak with drawing him to Efilm. The two previously worked together on the re-issue of “Titanic” in 3D, which Stereo D converted for Cameron. “William shared
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Top Ten Movie-Themed Slot Games

Slots are definitely very popular both at brick-and-mortar casino and at virtual ones. This is why players can find an abundance of slot variants online. Sometimes, however, it can be hard to choose which game to play. With leading software companies, providing newer and more innovative games, the choice can get even harder. Since gaming industry is always abreast of pop and TV culture, you can be sure that there are tons of slot editions which are inspired by some of the most popular blockbusters. If you have a favourite movie, you will most likely find a slot inspired by its plot. Having too many options can sometimes be overwhelming. To make your choice easier, I will list ten of the most popular slots in the UK based on a movie plot. You can find in the majority of virtual casinos.

Jurassic Park

The Spielberg’ s classic of 1993 is the
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‘Ready Player One’: How Zak Penn Wrote the Impossible Steven Spielberg Movie

‘Ready Player One’: How Zak Penn Wrote the Impossible Steven Spielberg Movie
When screenwriter Zak Penn read galleys in 2011 for Ernest Cline’s “Ready Player One,” he had a thought: “This will never get made.” The sprawling novel was wall to wall with ’80s references, everything from movies “The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai,” “Batman” and “Back to the Future” to video games Halo, Minecraft, Tomb Raider, and Dungeons and Dragons.

“It was so enormous, the scope was so huge,” Penn said in a phone interview. “It would cost $250 million. This guy sucked every interest I have in my brain and put it into a book. It appealed on a visceral level, but as a job, ‘This isn’t going to happen.'”

Two years later, the writer of McU movies like “X-Men: The Last Stand” and “The Avengers” reconsidered. Penn realized that his nostalgic 2014 documentary “Atari: Game Over” — in which Cline was a subject — was perfect preparation for adapting this cinematic valentine to ’80s pop culture.
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‘Ready Player One’: How Zak Penn Wrote the Impossible Steven Spielberg Movie

‘Ready Player One’: How Zak Penn Wrote the Impossible Steven Spielberg Movie
When screenwriter Zak Penn read galleys in 2011 for Ernest Cline’s “Ready Player One,” he had a thought: “This will never get made.” The sprawling novel was wall to wall with ’80s references, everything from movies “The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai,” “Batman” and “Back to the Future” to video games Halo, Minecraft, Tomb Raider, and Dungeons and Dragons.

“It was so enormous, the scope was so huge,” Penn said in a phone interview. “It would cost $250 million. This guy sucked every interest I have in my brain and put it into a book. It appealed on a visceral level, but as a job, ‘This isn’t going to happen.'”

Two years later, the writer of McU movies like “X-Men: The Last Stand” and “The Avengers” reconsidered. Penn realized that his nostalgic 2014 documentary “Atari: Game Over” — in which Cline was a subject — was perfect preparation for adapting this cinematic valentine to ’80s pop culture.
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Captain Marvel Will Be Influenced By 90’s Nostalgia

With production well underway on the first-ever female-lead Marvel film Captain Marvel, details about the movie have started trickling online. The first bit of news that hit last summer at San Diego Comic Con is that Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury would in fact be co-sarring in the film set in the early 90’s. It is believed that Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel (played by Brie Larson) is the first superhero Fury meets. It’s also rumored that the film will feature a two-eyed Nick Fury before he knew other super powered heroes existed. The possibility for the dynamic relationship between Fury and our new hero Carl Danvers is exciting.

With the highly-anticipated release of Avengers: Infinity War right around the corner, Kevin Feige has been doing some press and revealed Captain Marvel is inspired by Terminator 2 and other action films from the 90’s. Feige said:

“We wanted
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Samuel L. Jackson Shows Off His Captain Marvel Face Cast

Production is underway on Captain Marvel, and Samuel L. Jackson has shared a behind-the-scenes image of himself getting a face cast. It was announced at San Diego Comic Con that Jackson was returning as Nick Fury for the project and concept art revealed that the hero will have both eyes, since the movie takes place in the early 1990s. As for the reasoning behind the face cast, it's not exactly clear why Samuel L. Jackson needs one for Captain Marvel.

Samuel L. Jackson took to social media to share a picture of himself getting a face cast done for Captain Marvel, while admitting that he was able to catch a quick nap in the process. The picture was captioned with, "Caught a lil' nap while going thru the process today!" He also hashtagged Captain Marvel and commentary on how getting a face cast is not fun. The movie is set in the early 1990s,
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Kevin Feige talks Captain Marvel’s 1990s setting and paying homage to 90s action movies

During last year’s San Diego Comic-Con, it was announced that the Brie Larson-headlined Captain Marvel will be taking us back to the 1990s as Marvel Studios and directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck explore the pre-Iron Man era of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with their first female-led superhero blockbuster.

Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige has been discussing how the 1990s setting opens up new storytelling possibilities, as well as allowing Marvel the opportunity to pay homage to some classic 90s action movies.

“We wanted to explore a period before Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury had any idea about any of the other heroes and crazy stuff going on in the world,” said Feige. “You know, we first met Nick when he told Tony, ‘You’re part of a big universe. You just don’t know yet.’ Well, we want to go back to
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Captain Marvel Is the First Superhero Nick Fury Meets in the McU

Captain Marvel Is the First Superhero Nick Fury Meets in the McU
While fans are eagerly awaiting the April 27 release of Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel is currently in production on Captain Marvel, which is filming in the studio's new production hub of Atlanta. This movie marks McU firsts on many fronts, with Brie Larson playing the first ever Marvel female title character, while Anna Boden, who directs alongside her longtime partner Ryan Fleck, becomes the first female director for the Disney owned franchise.

There will also be another historic first within the story itself, which is set in the early 1990s, with producer and Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige revealing that Captain Marvel is the first superhero Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) ever meets, before he loses one of his eyes. Here's what Kevin Feige had to say, when asked how the 1990s setting opens up new storytelling avenues.

"We wanted to explore a period before Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury had
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New Details on Nick Fury's Role in Captain Marvel and How The Film Was Inspired By 90s Action Movies

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has offered a few new details regarding Captain Marvel and I think you're going to like what you hear.

Captain Marvel is set to be released after the big ass Avengers: Infinity War film. The movie, which stars Brie Larson in the title role, is set in the 1990s and it will involve a war between the Kree and the Skrull alien races. It will also bring us a version of Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury that we've never seen before.

He will be about 20 years younger, long before he showed up to recruit Tony Stark into the Avengers Initiative. While talking to EW, Kevin Feige offered some new details about Fury's important role in the story and also talks about how Captain Marvel was inspired by the classic action films of the 90s. He says:

"We wanted to explore a period before Samuel L.
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Captain Marvel Primarily Takes Place In Outer Space; Kevin Feige Cites 90s Action Movies As Inspiration

Carol Danvers is bound for outer space, it seems.

That shouldn’t be all that surprising to those familiar with the Captain Marvel comics, but while discussing life after Avengers: Infinity War with Entertainment Weekly, McU figurehead and all-around industry expert Kevin Feige spoke at length about the Brie Larson-fronted spinoff, which will seemingly borrow cues from 90s action movies.

Not only that, but much of the movie takes place in outer space, as Larson’s fresh-faced hero begins to harness her abilities – namely strength, energy projection, and flight – after her DNA is fused with that of an alien following a near-fatal accident. So it’s no wonder Feige considers Captain Marvel to be one of the strongest additions to the McU yet.

But before we get swept up in talk of future crossovers, the Marvel boss explained the thinking behind Captain Marvel and its 90s time period.

We
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Mackenzie Davis to Join the Cast of New Terminator Movie?

Last fall, Paramount Pictures slated the sixth film in the Terminator franchise for a July 26th, 2019 release, and while the news front for the new movie has been relatively quiet over the past several months, a new name is potentially being added to the cast list.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Mackenzie Davis (Blade Runner 2049, Halt and Catch Fire) is in discussions to join the cast of the new Terminator movie, which is also set to star Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor and Arnold Schwarzenegger, likely as a killer T-800 (or other model) robot.

THR reveals that if Davis joins the new Terminator movie, she "will play a soldier-assassin on a mission. It is a human character in a movie that once again sets up the battle between (wo)man and machine." The search for the female lead role in the movie is still reportedly underway, and we'll keep
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