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Transformers 6 Pulled from Paramount's 2019 Release Schedule

Transformers 6 Pulled from Paramount's 2019 Release Schedule
It appears as though the future of the Transformers franchise is in doubt. Paramount Pictures has officially removed Transformers 6 from its release calendar. The sequel was scheduled for release on June 28, 2019. Paramount didn't simply move the movie to another date as the studio has pulled it from its calendar entirely. That, coupled with comments made earlier this year, suggest that we very well may be heading toward a Transformers reboot.

A new report states that Paramount put Transformers 6, which will be the seventh movie in the franchise overall following this year's Bumblebee, which arrives in theaters on December 21, put the movie on the release calendar years ago as a placeholder. Since Michael Bay has moved on from the franchise and since the first footage from Bumblebee that debuted at Cinemacon was well-received, it's being reported that Paramount will reboot the franchise in the same vein of the upcoming spin-off. Bumblebee
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Today in Movie Culture: 'A Quiet Place' as a Musical, 'Black Panther' Wakanda Tourism Ad and More

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Musical Parodies of the Day: James Corden is joined by Dan Stevens and Audra McDonald for unlikely musical versions of Taxi DriverThe Shape of Water and A Quiet Place in this bit for The Late Late Show:   Actor in the Spotlight: For Fandor, Jacob T. Swinney showcases the career of Solo: A Star Wars Story co-star Woody Harrelson:   Supercut of the Day: Also in honor of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Birth.Movies.Death shares a supercut of the most notable rogues in cinema:   Cosplay of the Day: These kids dressed up as Optimus Prime, Bumblebee and Starscream are the most adorable Transformers cosplayers of...
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Paramount Officially Pulls the Next ‘Transformers’ Sequel from Their Release Date Schedule

It’s official, Paramount is pulling the plug on Transformers 7. The studio has dropped the so-called Transformers 7 from their release date schedule. The film was previously slated to arrive in theaters on June 28, 2019. Bumblebee, the spinoff film helmed by Laika boss and Kubo and the Two Strings director Travis Knight, is still scheduled for December 21, 2018. Back in February, we reported that the Transformers franchise might be headed toward a reboot following Bumblebee, after Hasbro’s investor preview for the 2018 New York Toy Fair didn’t include …
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‘Transformers 7’ Pulled From Paramount Schedule

Paramount has pulled the seventh “Transformers” movie from its 2019 schedule.

The film was set for release on June 28, 2019. The studio will still open the spinoff “Bumblebee” on Dec. 21. Michael Bay directed the first five “Transformers” movies and Travis Knight helmed “Bumblebee.”

The studio will instead release Tiffany Haddish’s comedy “Limited Partners” on that date. Paramount set up the project last fall with writers Sam Pitman and Adam Cole-Kelly. Peter Principato, Itay Reiss, and Joel Zadak are producing through Artists First, the re-named Principato Young.

Haddish broke out in last year’s “Girls Trip” and will star in two comedies this fall: Universal’s “Night School” with Kevin Hart on Sept. 28 and Paramount’s untitled Tyler Perry comedy, opening Nov. 2. She’s also joining Hart in the voice cast of Universal’s “Secret Life of Pets 2,” out on June 7, 2019.

Paramount also announced on Wednesday that it’s dated the Elton John
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‘Transformers’ Sequel Cut From Paramount’s 2019 Release Slate

‘Transformers’ Sequel Cut From Paramount’s 2019 Release Slate
Paramount announced Wednesday that it has removed next year’s planned “Transformers” installment from its release slate.

The sequel to “Transformers: The Last Knight” had been scheduled for release on June 28, 2019. The sole “Transformers” film now left on Paramount’s slate is the spinoff “Bumblebee,” which will hit theaters this Christmas.

Last year, “The Last Knight” scored the lowest box office returns of any “Transformers” installment with $605 million worldwide against a $217 million production budget, including a franchise-low $130 million domestic cume. The birth and rise of Michael Bay’s series based on the classic Hasbro toy line was one of the signature achievements of Paramount’s late former CEO Brad Grey, who passed away last year.

Also Read: 'Transformers: The Last Knight' and 'Fifty Shades Darker' Lead 2018 Razzie Award Nominations

But the decline of the once critic-proof series over the course of this decade has run parallel
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Paramount Removes 'Transformers 7' From Calendar, Dates 'Rocketman'

Paramount has removed Transformers 7, previously set to bow June 28, 2019, from its release calendar.

The studio also dated the Elton John biopic Rocketman for May 17 of next year, when it will open opposite the third John Wick movie.

Also scheduled was the Tiffany Haddish comedy Limited Partners for June 28, 2019, and Pet Sematary, moving up from its previous April 19, 2019, release to April 5.

The Transformers 7 release date news was expected, with the franchise gearing up for a makeover (the first Transformers spinoff movie, Bumblebee, is set to hit theaters Dec. 21) and the talent's packed schedules....
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DC's Birds of Prey Begins Production in 2019 with an All-Female Crew?

DC's Birds of Prey Begins Production in 2019 with an All-Female Crew?
Just days after star and producer Margot Robbie described her highly-anticipated Birds of Prey as an "R-rated girl gang" film, a new report claims production will be happening sometime in 2019. While unconfirmed at this time, this report reveals that filming is eyed to begin in January, with director Cathy Yan and the producers looking to put together an all-female crew. The studio hasn't set a release date for Birds of Prey yet, but if filming does start at the top of next year, it could be ready for a late 2019 release or a debut within the first quarter of 2020.

Shortly after Cathy Yan was announced as the Birds of Prey director, a report surfaced that Warner Bros.' Dceu sequel Suicide Squad 2 has been pushed to an unspecified 2019 shoot, and claimed that the studio wants to move forward with Birds of Prey before Suicide Squad 2. While a specific
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Sequel Bits: ‘Bumblebee’, ‘Jurassic World’, ‘John Wick 3’, ‘Mission: Impossible’, ‘Trolls 2’

Sequel Bits: ‘Bumblebee’, ‘Jurassic World’, ‘John Wick 3’, ‘Mission: Impossible’, ‘Trolls 2’
In this edition of sequel bits: Some updates on Bumblebee A new on-set Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom video Learn the working title for John Wick 3 Check out the title card for Mission: ImpossibleFallout Sam Rockwell and Chance The Rapper join the cast of Trolls 2 Travis Knight, director of the Transformers spin-off Bumblebee, has offered up some new […]

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Transformers: Beast Wars’ Cheetor comes to Transformers: Forged to Fight

Transformers: Beast Wars’ youngest Maximal Cheetor has become the latest addition to the roster of Transformers: Forged to Fight with the game’s latest update. Cheetor is now available to add to your Ultimate Squad, and you can check out a bio and a gameplay video of the Maximal battling Galvatron here…

As the youngest and quickest of the Maximals, Cheetor is one part soldier and one part daredevil. With the addition of rocket boosters and the power of flight, his Transmetal upgrade makes him even more unpredictable.

You can find Cheetor’s bot intel report featuring his stats, abilities and special moves here.

Calling all Autobots, Decepticons, Predacons and Maximals! Join Optimus Prime, Megatron, Bumblebee, Waspinator, Rhinox, Grimlock, Soundwave and many more of your favorite bots in the battle for supremacy where Transformers universes collide. This exciting action-fighting RPG brings the heroic storytelling and spectacular action from over 30 years
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'G.I. Joe' Spin-off to Focus on Snake Eyes; Here's Everything We Know

While this year will see the first Transformers spin-off, Bumblebee, hit theaters, another Hasbro-based movie series is set for its own offshoot. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Paramount is working on a Snake Eyes movie focused on the popular "Real American Hero" character from the military G.I. Joe brand. Previously, the action figure and cartoon property inspired two feature films, 2009's G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra and the 2013 sequel G.I. Joe: Retaliation. Hasbro is still interested in creating its own cinematic universe, and this will presumably be a part of that wider franchise, which will also involve Transformers, Rom, M.A.S.K. and more. Here's everything we know about the spin-off movie so far: Who is Snake Eyes? One of the original...
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Birds of Prey Is an R-Rated Girl Gang Movie Says Margot Robbie

Birds of Prey Is an R-Rated Girl Gang Movie Says Margot Robbie
The Harley Quinn spin-off movie is finally gaining some steam. Margot Robbie has been working on Birds of Prey ever since Suicide Squad dominated at the box office. Recently, the movie locked down a director in the form of Cathy Yan and now, Robbie has dished the first details on the upcoming DC movie.

Margot Robbie is currently promoting her upcoming thriller Terminal. During a recent interview, she was asked about Birds of Prey, which looks to be on the fast track at Warner Bros. and is likely to shoot before Suicide Squad 2. Robbie revealed that, when she pitched the movie, it was an R-rated, all-female action adventure. Here's what she had to say about it.

"I pitched the idea of an R-rated girl gang film including Harley, because I was like, 'Harley needs friends.' Harley loves interacting with people, so don't ever make her do a standalone film.
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Margot Robbie Describes DC's Birds Of Prey Film as an "R-Rated Girl Gang Film"

Margot Robbie will be back in the role of Harley Quinn in DC Entertainment's upcoming film project Birds of Prey. The movie is set to be helmed by up-and-coming director Cathy Yan from a script written by Christina Hodson (Bumblebee).

There haven't been any details released for the film yet, but Batgirl, Black Canary, Huntress, and Lady Blackhawk are all characters that could most likely be involved with it in some capacity. Thanks to a new interview with Collider, Robbie opened up a bit about what fans can expect and revealed that the movie is being planned as an R-rated girl gang film.

"I pitched the idea of an R-rated girl gang film including Harley, because I was like, ‘Harley needs friends.’ Harley loves interacting with people, so don’t ever make her do a standalone film. She’s got to be with other people, it should be a girl gang.
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April Delivers Record Box Office Grosses, Topping $1 Billion for First Time Ever

April Delivers Record Box Office Grosses, Topping $1 Billion for First Time Ever
April joins February 2018 as another record month at the box office with calendar grosses topping $1 billion for the first time ever, improving on 2017's record grosses by nearly $210 million. The result was due, in large part, to the massive opening success of Avengers: Infinity War which made up 27.7% of the month's overall gross despite being in theaters for only four days in April. As a result, Disney dominated the month with $336.6 million from just five films as the studio continues its record pace, generating over $1.2 billion in box office revenue over the first four months of 2018. Led by $282.4 million from Avengers: Infinity War after just four days in release, Disney delivered $336.6 million in April, pushing the studio's yearly total to $1.2 billion in the first four months of the year. On April 27, Disney became the fastest studio to reach $1 billion domestically, doing so in just 117 days, besting their previous record set in 2016 by 11 days.
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CAA Signs 'Bumblebee' Star Jorge Lendeborg Jr. (Exclusive)

CAA has signed rising star Jorge Lendeborg Jr., The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned. He previously was with Momentum Talent and Literary Agency.

The actor will play the young male lead opposite Hailee Steinfeld in Paramount's Transformers spinoff Bumblebee. He also will be seen in Fox's anime adaptation Alita: Battle Angel, which is set to open Dec. 21.

Lendeborg, who most recently was seen in the Ya coming-of-age tale Love, Simon, made his feature debut in Steven Caple Jr.'s drama The Land, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2016 and was acquired by...
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Pet Sematary Remake Lands John Lithgow

Pet Sematary Remake Lands John Lithgow
Just weeks after Jason Clarke signed on to play Louis Creed in Paramount's Pet Sematary, the cast is starting to fill out even more. John Lithgow has signed on to play Jud Crandall, the neighbor of Louis and his family in this upcoming remake. Production is scheduled to begin this summer, although there is no word on exactly when filming will begin, or exactly where production will take place. While there are still a number of major roles to be filled, the cast is coming together quite nicely.

Like the 1989 movie, this project will be adapted from the 1983 Stephen King novel of the same name, which celebrates its 35th Anniversary later this year. The story follows Louis Creed, his wife Rachel Creed and their kids Gage and Ellie, who move from Chicago to rural Ludlow, Maine, after Louis accepts a position as a doctor at the University of Maine.
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‘Bumblebee’: John Cena and Director Travis Knight on the ‘Transformers’ Spinoff

One of the many films to world premiere footage at CinemaCon last week was director Travis Knight’s Transformers spinoff, Bumblebee. Unlike the Michael Bay Transformers movies which always took place chronologically, Bumblebee is a prequel that takes place in 1987. In addition, unlike the previous films which always had a male protagonist, Bumblebee stars Hailee Steinfeld as the lead human role and is said to be more in line with a coming-of-age/teen movie with Bumblebee featuring as one of the only major Transformers in the film. When we recently spoke to Steinfeld she told us: “It’…
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John Cena lands lead in The Janson Directive for producer Dwayne Johnson

John Cena has lined up a new leading man role – and he’s teaming up with old WWE rival Dwayne Johnson to do it – as he joins action-thriller The Janson Directive.

The Blockers actor will play former Navy Seal Paul Janson, who works as a private security consultant while experiencing troubling flashbacks of the Vietnam War in the novel from Bourne author Robert Ludlum.

Johnson, who was originally set to play the lead in the movie, announced Cena’s casting in a video on his Instagram account where he described the star as his “good buddy” and shared memories from their main event matches at two consecutive WrestleMania shows in 2012 and 2013.

See Also: John Cena is honored to play Duke Nukem, thinks that it is a “very fragile franchise”

He said Cena is “committed” to making the role work but said that, as his producer, he’s prepared to come
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Reactions of Bumblebee, J.J. Abrams Overlord & Mission: Impossible: Fallout

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Paramount Pictures shared lots of cool and interesting looks of their current and upcoming slate at CinemaCon, including our first look at a scene and sizzle reel from Travis Knight's Bumblebee, a trailer for the grindhouse-style horror movie Overlord from producer J.J. Abrams and finally a look at a scene from Tom Cruise's latest jaunt as Ethan Hunt in Mission: Impossible - Fallout. Check out our reaction and description of everything we saw and heard from Paramount Pictures at CinemaCon above! Read More...
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Paramount Reveals the First Footage from ‘Bumblebee’ and Bad Robot’s ‘Overlord’ at CinemaCon

With CinemaCon in full swing in Las Vegas right now, the other day I got to attend the Paramount Pictures presentation. During the event, the studio revealed the first footage from Travis Knight’s Bumblebee movie, Bad Robot’s first R-rated movie Overlord, and some insane looking new footage from Christopher McQuarrie’s Mission: Impossible - Fallout. Trust me, as someone that has seen countless movies and action set pieces, watching Tom Cruise and Henry Cavill jump out of a plane at 30,000 feet and then try and do synchronized action that has to hit very specific marks was …
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Bumblebee, Overlord & Mission Impossible: Fallout Reactions From Paramount’s CinemaCon 2018 Presentation

Bumblebee, Overlord & Mission Impossible: Fallout Reactions From Paramount’s CinemaCon 2018 Presentation
On the April 25, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by special guest Frosty from Collider to talk about Paramount’s presentation at CinemaCon 2018, which included sneak previews of Bumblebee, Overlord, Action Point and Mission Impossible: Fallout. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes, Google Play, Overcast, Spotify and […]

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