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Zazie Beetz Hopes Disney Will Keep Deadpool R-Rated

In the wake of the Disney/Fox merger, the future of the Deadpool franchise is in an uncertain place, but it’s the hope of Zazie Beetz that the Mouse House can maintain the spirit of the series.

During the Puerto Rico Comic Con, the Domino actress discussed the future of the franchise in an interview with CineXpress. After acknowledging that Disney has a “different audience base” from Fox, Beetz added that she hopes the company will “continue to honor Fox’s audience base.”

Indeed, Marvel Studios films have generally targeted a younger audience than the R-rated Deadpool movies, raising concerns that the Merc with a Mouth will be made to tone down on the violence and swearing. Nonetheless, there’s reason to believe that Disney has no intention of forcing the character to go PG-13.

For one thing, Disney CEO Bob Iger made it very clear earlier this year
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Deadpool May Get His Own Disney Plus Show Instead Of A Third Film

It’s a fact. Following the Disney/Fox merger, Deadpool‘s on his way into the McU, but how will this be achieved? McU Cosmic’s Jeremy Conrad has reported that a trusted source has informed him that Marvel’s currently considering three different options of folding Ryan Reynolds’ Merc with a Mouth into the franchise. And one of those is giving the antihero his own Disney Plus TV series.

That’s all we know at the moment but, if this plan goes ahead, a Deadpool show would join other series on the slate such as Loki, WandaVision and Falcon and Winter Soldier. These are set to explore alternate timelines, a potential reality-warping of the McU and Sam Wilson as the next Captain America, so the platform will be of the utmost importance to the franchise going forward.

The only thing about this report is that it seemingly conflicts with
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Marvel Studios Not Sure If They Want To Make Deadpool 3

Now that Disney owns Fox, Marvel has the rights back to the X-Men universe and from what we’ve heard, it doesn’t sound like Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige is in much of a hurry to get the mainline team in the McU. He is keen to fold Deadpool into the franchise though and we’ve been assured that Ryan Reynolds will keep his role and not much will change with how the character is presented. Apparently, even his R-rating is safe.

A new report, however, is claiming that Marvel’s unsure of the best way to introduce the Merc with a Mouth into the franchise. The first option they’re considering is the most obvious: make Deadpool 3. Prior to the Disney deal, Fox was planning on holding off on DP3 to do the X-Force movie set up in Deadpool 2. It sounds like there’s little chance of this happening now,
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Terminator: Dark Fate Will Be Rated-r Promises James Cameron

Terminator: Dark Fate Will Be Rated-r Promises James Cameron
We still have a great many questions about Terminator: Dark Fate, but fans can possibly sleep a bit easier knowing that the latest movie in the long-running franchise is going to be R-rated. This welcome bit of information comes directly from James Cameron, who created the franchise and has returned this time around as a creative producer. Cameron not only assures that the new entry will be R-rated, but he makes it clear this will be, in more than one way, much more similar to the first two movies in the series.

Early on in the process, when we first learned that James Cameron was teaming up with Deadpool director Tim Miller to make this project happen, it was revealed that this was going to be a direct sequel to Terminator 2: Judgment Day, which still represents a high-point for the series. Linda Hamilton is also coming back as Sarah Connor
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Deadpool May Make His McU Debut In Spider-Man 3

With the Disney/Fox deal officially closed, Marvel Studios can finally begin to work out how they’ll be bringing the X-Men universe characters into the McU. And though they still haven’t revealed exactly what they have in mind, there’s a good chance that the first Fox hero to get his own Disney standalone project will be Deadpool.

After all, we already know that the Merc with a Mouth will be the only one who won’t be recast and when you consider how much momentum the Deadpool series has at the moment, the Mouse House won’t want to leave us waiting too long to see Wade Wilson again. But how, exactly, will he make his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut?

Well, we’re hearing from McU Cosmic tonight that Kevin Feige and co. are currently mulling over three different options, and they’re as follows:

A new solo film,
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The Flickering Myth Reaction to the Terminator: Dark Fate trailer

The Flickering Myth writing team share their thoughts on the Terminator: Dark Fate trailer…

After failing to reignite the franchise with 2015’s soft reboot Terminator Genisys, Paramount Pictures is going back to the Terminator well once more this year with the sixth entry in the series, Terminator: Dark Fate.

With Linda Hamilton and James Cameron back alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger for the first time since Terminator 2: Judgment Day in what is a direct sequel to the 1991 classic (not to mention the inclusion of Deadpool helmer Tim Miller) there’s been optimism that Dark Fate may finally deliver a follow-up worthy of the first two movies.

Well, we got our first look at Dark Fate this week, so is the optimism still there after the release of the first trailer? Or could we be heading for another Rise of the Machines / Salvation / Genisys? Here’s what our writers made of the trailer,
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"Terminator: Dark Fate" - New Footage

Sneak Peek new footage, plus a 'featurette' supporting "Deadpool" director Tim Miller's "Terminator: Dark Fate", the first in a trilogy of films, starring Linda Hamilton reprising her role as 'Sarah Connor', Arnold Schwarzenegger as the scientist who created the 'T-800' machine in his own image, Mackenzie Davis ("Halt and Catch Fire") as a cyborg-human soldier from the future and Gabriel Luna as 'Terminator Rev 9', in the official sequel to James Cameron's "Terminator 2: Judgment Day", targeting a November 15, 2019 release:

"...27 years after the events of 'Terminator 2: Judgment Day', a new, modified liquid metal 'Terminator' is sent from the future by 'Skynet' in order to terminate 'Dani Ramos', a hybrid cyborg human, and her friends. 'Sarah Connor' comes to their aid, as well as the original Terminator for a fight for the future..."

""The trilogy will have predator drones and actual discussions,
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Sonic the Hedgehog Gets Delayed Until 2020 Following Fan Backlash

Sonic the Hedgehog Gets Delayed Until 2020 Following Fan Backlash
The Sonic the Hedgehog movie has officially been pushed to 2020, as confirmed by director Jeff Fowler. This comes not long after it was revealed that the creative team was heading back to the drawing board with the movie's titular hero, following fan outcry over the iconic video game character's design. Since it's going to take a lot of work to redesign the movie's main character, the studio has wisely decided to push the release date back by three months.

Originally, Sonic the Hedgehog was scheduled to release on November 8 of this year. But that only gave the visual effects team a handful of months to completely rework the movie, since Sonic is presumably going to be in a great deal of it. Taking to Twitter, Jeff Fowler revealed a new release date, via a graphic, which features Sonic holding up the new release date of February 14, 2020. Yes, indeed, this is
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Sonic The Hedgehog Movie Hit With Delay After Fan Backlash

Gotta go fast? More like, gotta slow the heck down! Amirite? All jokes aside, it looks like Jeff Fowler’s film adaptation of Sonic the Hedgehog, already mired in controversy, just took another backwards step.

Due to the massive outpouring of criticism and the fact that, in reality, it does take an extremely long time to completely change the model of your main computer-generated character, Paramount has made the decision to push the movie’s release date back three months, from November 8th to February 14th.

The director sent a very simple tweet out. The hand-drawn announcement, which is Sonic’s be-gloved hand holding a sign with the new release date, was coupled with Fowler saying that they’re “taking a little more time to get Sonic just right,” like he’s a bowl of blue porridge or something.

The filmmaker’s tongue-in-cheek hashtag, meanwhile, “#NoVFXartistsWereHarmedInTheMakingOfThisMovie,” is quite the obvious
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Ridley Scott Wants Disney To Continue The Alien Franchise

The House of Mouse got a whole lot more than the X-Men and Deadpool when they bought out Fox a couple of months ago. But nobody really seems to be talking about the vast collection of classic cinema Disney now has their hands on.

One of those properties is the Alien horror franchise, and so far, no one knows what the studio’s plans are for it, or if they’re even interested in bringing the terrifying Xenomorph back to the big screen.

But sitting down with The Hollywood Reporter, legendary director Ridley Scott, who set off the series 40 years ago, confirmed that he’s at least given the idea some thought:

“You get to the point when you say, ‘Okay, it’s dead in the water.’ I think Alien vs. Predator was a daft idea. And I’m not sure it did very well or not, I don’t know.
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‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ Movie Pushed Back to 2020 Due to Character Design Changes

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Paramount Pictures is pushing its “Sonic the Hedgehog” movie back three months, from Nov. 8 to Valentine’s Day.

The delay follows fan criticism over the appearance and design of the titular blue hedgehog — particularly his teeth and lean legs.

Director Jeff Fowler tweeted that it was “taking a little more time to make Sonic just right.”

Taking a little more time to make Sonic just right.#novfxartistswereharmedinthemakingofthismovie pic.twitter.com/gxhu9lhU76

— Jeff Fowler (@fowltown) May 24, 2019

Earlier this month, Fowler took to Twitter to address the backlash following the trailer release. “The message is loud and clear… you aren’t happy with the design & you want changes,” he tweeted. “It’s going to happen. Everyone at Paramount & Sega are fully committed to making this character the Best he can be… #sonicmovie #gottafixfast.”

Thank you for the support. And the criticism. The message is loud and clear… you aren't happy with the design & you want changes.
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Could Danny DeVito Be Wolverine? Thousands of People Who Signed This Petition Think So

Could Danny DeVito Be Wolverine? Thousands of People Who Signed This Petition Think So
Hugh Jackman might be done playing Wolverine, but some X-Men fans think they know who should take up the claws: the Danny DeVito. In the Change.org petition "Have Danny DeVito play the rebooted Wolverine in the McU," user Ring Arius insists that the 74-year-old actor is the only qualified star to assume the role from Jackman.

"Danny DeVito's height is a lot closer to the comic books portrayal of Wolverine. With Danny being 4'10" and Wolverine 5'3," Ring Arius said. The user also cited DeVito's portrayal of the comedic fighter Trashman from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia as a reason, adding, "Secondly, we all saw Danny's portrayal of the Trashman. So, we know he is fully capable of fighting, and that he is not afraid when things get dirty!" As of early Friday, the petition has nearly 30,000 signatures.

Of course this is a satirical gag, perhaps stemming from DeVito
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Could Danny DeVito Be Wolverine? Thousands of People Who Signed This Petition Think So

Hugh Jackman might be done playing Wolverine, but some X-Men fans think they know who should take up the claws: the Danny DeVito. In the Change.org petition "Have Danny DeVito play the rebooted Wolverine in the McU," user Ring Arius insists that the 74-year-old actor is the only qualified star to assume the role from Jackman.

"Danny DeVito's height is a lot closer to the comic books portrayal of Wolverine. With Danny being 4'10" and Wolverine 5'3," Ring Arius said. The user also cited DeVito's portrayal of the comedic fighter Trashman from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia as a reason, adding, "Secondly, we all saw Danny's portrayal of the Trashman. So, we know he is fully capable of fighting, and that he is not afraid when things get dirty!" As of early Friday, the petition has nearly 30,000 signatures.

Of course this is a satirical gag, perhaps stemming from DeVito
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James Cameron is back with a new film

Here's what director Tim Miller says about the film??I remember watching T2 in Westwood when I had just moved to La --it was an amazing experience. I was particularly stoked because Jim had done Aliens a few years before and it is --hands down -- my favorite action movie of all time. It blew my mind, as it was unlike any sci-film I had ever seen - it felt like a grounded, realistic and gritty future.? And of course, T2 was just as amazing and continuing that franchise is more of an honor than I could ever imagine.?

?Seeing Arnold and Linda on set, in a scene together for the first time was fantastic. Watching the monitors, in as much awe as any nerd would be in my shoes, it was hard to believe it was happening.? I'd get lost watching the take and then every thirty seconds it would hit me again,
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Trailer Released For ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’

We have just received our first look at “Terminator: Dark Fate” which is set for release on November 1, 2019, with the first official trailer. View below:

Linda Hamilton (“Sarah Connor”) and Arnold Schwarzenegger (“T-800”) return in their iconic roles in Terminator: Dark Fate, directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool) and produced by visionary filmmaker James Cameron and David Ellison. Following the events of Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Terminator: Dark Fate also stars Mackenzie Davis, Natalia Reyes, Gabriel Luna, and Diego Boneta.

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‘Dark Phoenix’ Clips Show Jessica Chastain & Sophie Turner Discuss Being Evil & Quicksilver Doing The Only Thing He Does

Believe it or not, we are just over two weeks away from a new “X-Men” film, with “Dark Phoenix” on the horizon. Remember when the Fox superhero films used to be an event? Now, if “Deadpool” doesn’t appear in the title, audiences generally couldn’t care less. But alas, the show must go on, and with “Dark Phoenix,” the long 20-year history of X-films comes to its culmination.

Continue reading ‘Dark Phoenix’ Clips Show Jessica Chastain & Sophie Turner Discuss Being Evil & Quicksilver Doing The Only Thing He Does at The Playlist.
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Review: Pokémon Detective Pikachu (2019)

When it comes to video game-to-movie adaptations, we are not exactly in the best territory of cinema, as often the question isn’t, ‘which are the best?’ but rather ‘which are the least awful?’ Often the issue is that you never get a feeling anyone onboard was a big fan of the material itself or even remotely familiar with it, and after misfires like Street Fighter, Super Mario Bros. and Hitman you find slim pickings, with only Duncan Jones’ vastly underrated Warcraft – The Beginning standing as the sole great offering. Well, that all changes with this giddy take on the 2016 game Detective Pikachu and Satoshi Tajiri’s international sensation on which it is inspired.

The world of Pokémon is one beloved by various age groups and the fanbase remains as invested as they ever have and in Rob Letterman’s Pokémon Detective Pikachu fans finally get the live-action film they have waited years to see.
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Hellboy Reboot Dies at the Box Office with Disastrous $21.9M Run

Remember that big, fancy R-rated Hellboy reboot that came out last month? If not, nobody would blame you for categorizing that as an afterthought, given the tepid response. Case in point, it's already out of theaters and it has officially ended its run at the domestic box office with absolutely disastrous results. Even when factoring in the international haul, the numbers aren't pretty and the movie won't even manage to make back its production budget. Lionsgate is going to take a bath on this one.

Lionsgate has officially pulled the plug on Hellboy after just five weeks at the domestic box office. The R-rated reboot from director Neil Marshall (The Descent) grossed just $21.9 million total, after opening with just $12 million on its opening weekend back in April. Considering that the movie came with a $50 million reported production budget, those are really ugly numbers. Granted, $50 million is a great deal cheaper
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Terminator: Dark Fate gets a first trailer and featurette

Following on from yesterday’s teaser poster, Paramount Pictures has now debuted the first trailer for the sci-fi action Terminator: Dark Fate, the direct sequel to Terminator 2: Judgment Day, along with a featurette which focuses on co-writer/producer James Cameron and features interviews with Cameron, director Tim Miller, and stars Natalia Reyes, Linda Hamilton, and Arnold Schwarzenegger; watch them here…

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Terminator: Dark Fate is being directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool), with James Cameron producing, and sees Arnold Schwarzenegger (T-800) and Linda Hamilton (Sarah Connor) reprising their roles alongside new cast additions Mackenzie Davis (Blade Runner 2049), Natalia Reyes (Lady), Diego Boneta (Pretty Little Liars) and Gabriel Luna (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.).

Terminator: Dark Fate is set for release on October 23rd in the UK and on November 1st in North America.

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Terminator: Dark Fate Featurette Has More Schwarzenegger & New Action Footage

Terminator: Dark Fate Featurette Has More Schwarzenegger & New Action Footage
It's already been a great day for Terminator fans. The first trailer for Terminator: Dark Fate arrived earlier today and now we have a sneak peek behind-the-scenes with a new featurette. James Cameron promises the direct sequel to Terminator 2: Judgement Day is a "white knuckle ride", which is reminiscent of the first two installments. Cameron also says the new installment is "gritty." Grit was something that had been lacking in the franchise in the previous sequels without Cameron's participation.

Gabriel Luna's Terminator is one of the biggest draws in both the Terminator: Dark Fate trailer and the featurette as we see him split into two and then ultimately get temporarily taken out by Linda Hamilton's Sarah Connor, who is back and stronger than ever. We get to see a bit more of the mysterious dark-colored cyborg and what he can do. He looks like a T-1000, but
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