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Kevin Smith Explains Why Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker Movie Is a Smart Move for Warner Bros. Following Dceu Issues

Kevin Smith Explains Why Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker Movie Is a Smart Move for Warner Bros. Following Dceu Issues
Todd Phillips’ standalone Joker movie starring Joaquin Phoenix is officially happening. For every person excited by the idea of Phoenix tackling the iconic Batman villain, there seems to be ten more people skeptical about the Warner Bros.-backed project. Phillips’ movie is not a part of the studio’s DC Extended Universe, but given how hard Warner Bros. has struck out with critics on “Batman v Superman,” “Suicide Squad,” and “Justice League,” fan skepticism is certainly justified.

Kevin Smith, an outspoken comic book fanatic and a Batman super-fan, understands why some people might worry about Warner Bros. taking on a standalone Joker film, but the filmmaker is choosing to remain optimistic about the property. During a recent episode of the “Hollywood Babble-On” podcast, Smith explained why Warner Bros. was making a smart move with banking on Phillips and Phoenix (via CinemaBlend).

“I think what they’re doing is smart,” Smith said.
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Kevin Smith Defends Todd Phillips and Joaquin Phoenix's Joker Origin Movie

I'm actually excited about this Joker original film that DC Entertainment is developing with director Todd Phillips and Joaquin Phoenix. I've said before that I like that Warner Bros. and DC are actually trying something new and different and taking risks with their properties, whereas before, it seems like they were really trying to play it safe.

While on the Hollywood Babble-On podcast with co-host Ralph Garmen, Kevin Smith came in to defend the upcoming Joker movie saying.

"Think about it, there was a time in our lives where there were no Joker films, and no prospect of a Joker film. I’ll take ‘em. Here’s the thing, at the end of the day, I’ll see a trailer — I know me. Even if the trailer is terrible, even if the trailer is a minute of footage of them killing my mother in front of me, I’m sure I’ll be like,
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Harrison Ford Lines Up ‘Call Of The Wild’ Adaptation

Harrison Ford has reportedly lined up a new movie project. Following the announcement that the fifth Indiana Jones movie has been delayed for more than a year, Ford has opted to lead the cast of Call Of The Wild, a new version of Jack London’s 1903 novel of the same name.

The film will be directed by Chris Sanders from a screenplay by Oscar nominee Michael Green.

Here’s the plot synopsis for the original work.

‘Deep in the forest, a call was sounding, and . . . he felt compelled to turn his back upon the fire, and to plunge into the forest.’

Half St. Bernard, half sheepdog, Buck is stolen away from his comfortable life as a pet in California and sold to dog traders. He soon finds himself aboard a ship, on its way to Northern Canada. Surrounded by cruelty, Buck’s natural instincts and behaviour begin to emerge as
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Harrison Ford in Talks to Star in ‘Call of the Wild’ for Fox

Harrison Ford in Talks to Star in ‘Call of the Wild’ for Fox
Harrison Ford is in negotiations to star in the latest adaptation of the Canadian adventure story “Call of the Wild.”

The “Indiana Jones” and “Star Wars” actor is in talks to play the films lead John Thornton, a prospector braving the Yukon on the hunt for gold.

The big-budget film from 20th Century Fox is being adapted from the 1903 classic written by Jack London. Thornton has been portrayed on the big screen in previous adaptations by Clark Gable in 1935 and Charlton Heston in 1972.

Also Read: 'Indiana Jones 5' Bumped Back a Year to Summer 2021 Release

The Croods” director Chris Sanders is directing the film from a script penned by “Logan” writer Michael Green.

Erwin Stoff is producing with Diana Pokorny serving as executive producer and Ryan Stafford working as co-producer. Steve Asbell will oversee the production for Fox.

Production for “Call of the Wild” will start in early September.

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Harrison Ford Eyes ‘Call of the Wild’ (Exclusive)

Harrison Ford Eyes ‘Call of the Wild’ (Exclusive)
Harrison Ford is in negotiations to star in “Call of the Wild,” Variety has learned.

If a deal is reached, the “Star Wars” actor will play John Thornton, a prospector braving the Yukon on the hunt for gold. The big-budget film is being adapted by 20th Century Fox from the classic 1903 Jack London novel about the Klondike gold rush of the 1890s. It has impressive cinematic as well as literary pedigree. Thornton was previously played by Clark Gable in a 1935 film version and by Charlton Heston in a 1972 version. Over the decades, “Call of the Wild” has inspired everything from a silent movie to a Snoopy TV special.

Chris Sanders (“The Croods”) is directing the film, which will have a script by Michael Green (“Logan”). Erwin Stoff is producing with Diana Pokorny serving as executive producer and Ryan Stafford working as co-producer. Steve Asbell will oversee the production for Fox.
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Fans Take To Twitter To Celebrate The 18th Anniversary Of X-Men

The first 18 years of the X-Men film franchise has certainly had its rocky periods, but somehow this mutant-based property of ever-mutating continuity has managed to persist, leaving us with quite a few good memories along the way.

With the original 2000 film now old enough to buy its own cigarettes, fans took to Twitter this week to show their appreciation for the movie that not only kicked off the X-Men series and brought us such lasting characters as Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine and Patrick Stewart’s Professor Xavier, but also helped steer the course for 21st century superhero flicks in general.

Below you’ll find but a sampling of the Tweets that have surfaced in recent days, with many taking to the social media platform to show their love for the franchise.

My favourite comic book characters. To me the X-men weren't just a tv show or characters on A page.
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‘Lucha Underground’ Review (July 11th 2018)

Welcome to this week’s Lucha Underground review on Nerdly. This week, we have some excellent action with Joey Ryan and Mil Muertes, to name but a few. I’m Nathan Favel and we should get right to the action!

Match #1: Matanza Cueto beat Cortez Castro

My Take: This was a quick squash that Matanza won. You could piss farther than this match went.

Match #2: Ivelisse beat Joey Ryan for a Gift of the Gods Medallion

My Take: This was a good match and an infinitely better inter-gender match than either of the Asuka/James Ellsworth matches from WWE Smackdown. It’s remarkable what happens when you take a match seriously. Ryan is no stranger to working with women, as he had a great run in Pwg with Candice Larae as a tag team. I would wager that Lucha Underground is set to be the most innovative wrestling league of the year,
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Diane Lane Cast in FX's Series Adaptation of Y: The Last Man Along with Barry Keoghan and Imogen Poots

After rumors of Jodie Foster being in talks for FX's series adaptation of the comic book Y: The Last Man, Diane Lane was the actress who was ultimately cast in the series and she's a great choice.

The news comes from Variety, who reveals that Barry Keoghan, Imogen Poots, Lashana Lynch, Juliana Canfield and Marin Ireland have also been cast in the series. It's also being reported that the series will simply be called Y.

Keoghan will play Yorick Brown, "the main character from the graphic novels on which the show is based. He is described as a young man quick to use humor to deflect from his problems who may be the lone male survivor of a worldwide plague."

Poots will play Hero Brown, Yorick’s sister. "She is a tough and confident Emt who nurses a deep emotional trauma that often leads her to cross personal and professional lines.
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The Young & The Restless Alum Sean Carrigan Races to an Exciting New Movie Role!

It’s been quite a while since Sean Carrigan has appeared on The Young & The Restless as Dr. Ben “Stitch” Rayburn, but he still has plenty of fans and they will soon be able to see the handsome and talented actor on the big screen in an exciting new movie, Ford V. Ferrari! Friend and former Y&R castmate Christian LeBlanc (Michael) shared the big news along with a selfie Carrigan snapped on the plane heading to film on location in France. “This is the face Sean Carrigan makes when he is in first class jetting off to Paris to play race car driver Walt Hansgen in a film about LeMans with Christian Bale and Matt Damon!” This...is the face @therealseancarrigan makes when he is in first class jetting off to Paris to play race car driver #WaltHansgen in a film about Le Mans with @christianbale__ and #MattDamon !!! No Worries.
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2019 Oscars: Best Adapted Screenplay Predictions

2019 Oscars: Best Adapted Screenplay Predictions
Returning veterans take the lead: Brad Bird could land his fifth Oscar nomination for Disney/Pixar smash sequel “Incredibles 2.” His scripts for “Incredibles” and “Ratatouille” both scored Original Screenplay nominations and the films took home Oscars for Best Animated Feature. And “In the Loop” and “Veep” creator Armando Iannucci could earn a second nomination for turning satiric comic book “The Death of Stalin” (IFC Films) into a BAFTA-nominated indie hit.

Spike Lee is another possibility. “Do the Right Thing” scored an Original Screenplay Oscar nomination, and in 2016 he won an honorary Oscar, and now has strong reviews as well as the Cannes Grand Jury Prize for “BlacKkKlansman”. Produced by Jordan Peele and Jason Blum, the outrageous and provocative true tale starring John David Washington and Adam Driver as Colorado undercover cops who join the Kkk could score some Oscar nods.

Debra Granik played both Sundance and Cannes with Directors
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James Mangold Issues Warning About Toxic Fandom: Great Directors Will Stop Making Blockbusters If Fans Keep Attacking

James Mangold Issues Warning About Toxic Fandom: Great Directors Will Stop Making Blockbusters If Fans Keep Attacking
James Mangold is the latest director to speak out about toxic fandom. The director is well accustomed to dealing with impassioned fan groups as the director of “Logan,” but he’s warning movie lovers that visionary filmmakers will stop accepting the gig to make Hollywood tentpoles if angry fans continue to attack and harass.

Mangold took to his Twitter page (via io9) to address the industry: “At the point when writing and directing big franchises has become the emotionally loaded equivalent of writing a new chapter of The Bible (with the probable danger of being stoned and called a blasphemer), then a lot of bolder minds are gonna leave these films to hacks and corporate boards.”

Extreme fan culture has been a major talking point ever since “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” star Kelly Marie Tran deleted her Instagram posts in June after facing months of online harassment with fans who hated her character,
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New Photos From The Predator and Details on Reshoots Reveal References To Other Predator Films

Some new photos have surfaced for Shane Black's The Predator. They feature most of the human characters in the film along with the enhanced super alien hunter that will be hunting them down. We also have some new details regarding the reshoots that the film has undergone, thanks to AvPGalaxy.

A lot of the changes that they've made in the reshoots involve a lot of stuff that we've seen in the trailer and previously released photos. According to the report, "the so-called 'friendly' Predators" that we’ve seen in set photos have been completely cut from the film, "as is the entire Apc sequence and the various hybrid creatures. Only the Predator Dog mentioned in the recent set visits remains."

They go on to say that all of the "death sequences involving the more prominent characters have also been completely changed now and the final battle with the Upgrade
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New images from Shane Black’s The Predator arrive online

Empire Online has revealed two new images from Shane Black’s upcoming Predator reboot which give us a look at the alien hunter’s new armor; check them out here…

See Also: My Issue with Shane Black’s The Predator

From the outer reaches of space to the small-town streets of suburbia, the hunt comes home in Shane Black’s explosive reinvention of the Predator series. Now, the universe’s most lethal hunters are stronger, smarter and deadlier than ever before, having genetically upgraded themselves with DNA from other species. When a young boy accidentally triggers their return to Earth, only a ragtag crew of ex-soldiers and a disgruntled science teacher can prevent the end of the human race.

The Predator features a cast that includes Boyd Holbrook (Logan), Trevante Rhodes (Moonlight), Thomas Jane (The Punisher), Augusto Aguilera (The Fifth Man), Jacob Tremblay (Room) Sterling K. Brown, Keegan-Michael Key (Key
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Comic-Con 2018 Preview Night and Thursday Schedule Announced

With a little over a week left until Sdcc kicks off, Comic-Con International has unveiled the first part of their full Comic-Con 2018 schedule, featuring the events for Preview Night and the full Thursday schedule. We have gone through the entire schedule and pulled out the prevalent movie, TV, home video and streaming events below. It all kicks off with Preview Night on Wednesday, July 18, where fans can get an early look at the world premiere of Manifest along with New Line's spooky Scarediego event. Take a look at the preview night and Thursday schedule for Comic-Con below.

Wednesday, July 18 - Preview Night

Manifest World Premiere and Special Sneak Peek Screenings: Comic-Con and Warner Bros. Television proudly continue their annual Preview Night tradition with the exclusive world premiere screening of new series Manifest as well as sneak peeks at fan favorites The 100 and Gotham. Plus, brand-new episodes of Freedom Fighters: The Ray.
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Comic-Con 2018 Program for July 19 Features ‘The Predator’, ‘Dragon Ball Super’, ‘Breaking Bad’ & More!

As San Diego Comic-Con 2018 quickly approaches, we’re starting to learn more about the schedule for this year’s nerd mecca. Now that we’re only a few weeks away, the official blog for San Diego Comic-Con 2018 has begun to reveal the daily schedule for the show, including panels for ‘The Predator‘, ‘Doctor Who’, ‘Dragon Ball Super‘ ‘Better Call Saul’, ‘Breaking Bad’, Marvel’s ‘Iron Fist’, ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’. Here are some of the highlights for day 1 of San Diego Comic-Con 2018:

Comic-Con 2018 Schedule–Thursday, July 19

6th Annual Musical Anatomy of a Superhero

Thursday July 19, 2018 10:00am – 10:50am; Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

“From the ominous horns of Jaws or A Quiet Place signaling fear, to the heroic Star Wars theme, music has always been an important supporting character in movies. In the world of superheroes, music sets an emotional tone more than virtually any other genre. This panel
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All 52 Marvel Movies Ranked, Including ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’

With over 30 years of theatrically released Marvel movies, it’s always a good a time to rank ‘em all, from “Howard the Duck” to this summer’s “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Deadpool 2

52. “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer”

It’s just a nightmare. A total nightmare. There have been a bunch of bad superhero movies, but this one transcends bad.

51. “X-Men Origins: Wolverine

A totally chaotic stir fry of nonsense that tells the story of how Wolverine got his claws. Features a version of Deadpool that has his mouth stapled shut, which should tell you all you need to know about it.

50. “Elektra

That five minutes where they tried to turn Jennifer Garner into an action star really didn’t work out well, huh.

49. “X-Men: The Last Stand

Just a total mess, incoherent from the word “go.” Might have killed off the superhero genre were “Spider-Man” not blowing up the box office.
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Comic-Con 2018 Panel and Event Schedule For Wed. and Thurs. July 18th and 19th

Comic-Con International has released the full schedule for Wednesday, July 18th and Thursday, July 19th. If you're going to the epic geek event this year, now you can start planning out your days. As always there's going to be plenty of cool stuff to see and do! Some of the big things include panels for The Predator, 2001: A Space Odyssey 50th anniversary, Better Call Saul, the Breaking Bad 10 year anniversary, and Mr. Mercedes Season 2.

You can check out the full schedule here and below I've provided the panels and events that we’ll be looking forward to checking out.

Schedule For Wednesday, July 18th:

Manifest World Premiere and Special Sneak Peek Screenings

Comic-Con and Warner Bros. Television proudly continue their annual Preview Night tradition with the exclusive world premiere screening of new series Manifest as well as sneak peeks at fan favorites The 100 and Gotham. Plus, brand-new episodes of Freedom Fighters: The Ray.
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Andrew Lincoln Reveals How He Wants To Exit The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead season 9 will see perhaps the biggest death the show has ever had in the form of Rick Grimes, the protagonist of the zombie drama since its very first episode. Though we know Andrew Lincoln’s on his way out of the series, AMC’s obviously keeping details on how Rick’ll be written out under lock and key. However, some resurfaced comments from the star could give us a clue as to how things may go down.

Back in 2014, Lincoln and a smattering of other Walking Dead stars spoke to EW about how they’d like to die on the show. Though his opinions might’ve changed over time, Lincoln was very adamant about how Rick should go, suggesting a way that it could happen as well as even naming a song he wants played over the credits.

“I’ve always said, I don’t care how it goes,
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Gorgeous Dark Phoenix Fan-Made Posters Unite The X-Men

If the original release date had held, we would’ve had X-Men: Dark Phoenix on theater screens this November, likely meaning that the marketing for the movie would’ve been cranking up right about now. As it is, though, Fox pushed the release back to next February, so we shouldn’t expect to see so much as an official poster for a while.

Thanks to fan artist Fabio Rodrigues, however, we now have these awesome mock one-sheets for the film to whet our appetite with. As you can see in the gallery below, he’s created two posters for Dark Phoenix which assemble the entire cast together. Both put Sophie Turner’s Jean Grey at the center, depicted in her fiery Phoenix form, while the other major figure in the posters is Jessica Chastain, who’ll play the mysterious villain in the film.

The reason for the two posters is
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‘Godless’ interviews: Jeff Daniels, Merritt Wever, Scott Frank and more exclusive chats [Watch]

Can Netflix snag Best Limited Series at the Emmys for “Godless”? Written and directed by Scott Frank, this seven-and-a-half hour western opus centers on a man (Jack O’Connell) hiding out from a violent outlaw (Jeff Daniels) in a town populated almost entirely by women after a deadly mining accident wipes out most of the men. Gold Derby recently spoke with Frank, stars Daniels and Merritt Wever, cinematographer Steven Meizler, costume designer Betsy Heimann, composer Carlos Rafael Rivera, and makeup department head Tarra Day about their work on the series. Scroll down and click on their names below to be taken to their full interviews.

“It’s a golden time” for television, says Daniels, who’s also in the Emmy race this year for his leading role in “The Looming Tower.” “The writing has gone to Hulu and Netflix and HBO and Showtime … and actors chase good writing.” Playing the
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