Sony’s “Men in Black: International” is heading for a disappointing $24 million opening weekend.
Source: ‘Men in Black: International’ Heads for Disappointing $24 Million Launch
The official explanation for the shocking last-minute change was “technical reasons,” but industry insiders say the scheduled festival opener, Huayi Brothers’ $80 million war epic ‘The Eight Hundred,’ received sudden censorship complaints from Beijing.
Source: China Censorship Crackdown Forces Shanghai Film Festival to Cancel Opening Screening
Jaume Collet-Serra will tackle the DC film starring Dwayne Johnson.
Source: ‘Shazam!’ Spinoff ‘Black Adam’ Finds Director with ‘Shallows’ Filmmaker
Solo: A Star Wars Story was not the hit that Disney and Lucasfilm were expecting when it hit theaters last year, and Ron Howard thinks he knows why.
Source: Ron Howard Points Blame at ‘Star Wars’ Trolls for ‘Solo’ Bombing at the Box Office
Warner Bros Approves Robert Pattinson For ‘The Batman’
Source: Warner Bros Approves Robert Pattinson For ‘The Batman’
King recently wrote the award-winning ‘Mister Miracle’ comic book for DC.
Source: Ava DuVernay’s ‘New Gods’ Adds Comic Book Creator Tom King as Co-Writer
Boy George is the latest musician getting the movie treatment.
Source: Boy George Movie in the Works From Director Sacha Gervasi
The worldwide gross for “Covenant” was $240 million, a sharp decline from the $403 million “Prometheus’” made.
Source: Ridley Scott Still Planning Third ‘Alien’ Prequel — Can Franchise Survive ‘Covenant’ Box Office Bomb?
1984 was not a year picked at random by Wonder Woman 1984 director Patty Jenkins and she explains why.
Source: Why ‘Wonder Woman 2’ Had to Be Set in 1984 According to Director
Who could be the new Indiana Jones actor after Harrison Ford retires? Nobody, at least as far as Harrison Ford is concerned.
Source: Harrison Ford Says Indiana Jones Dies With Him (Sorry, Chris Pratt)
Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Kenneth Branagh will appear in Christopher Nolan’s upcoming film, “Tenet.”
Source: Christopher Nolan’s New Film Casts Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Kenneth Branagh
A certain contingent of fans is calling for Marvel to cast Danny DeVito as the new Wolverine, following in Hugh Jackman’s footsteps.
Source: Thousands of Fans Really Want Danny DeVito as Wolverine in Disney’s MCU
The Wild Bunch remake is being made at Warner Bros. with Mel Gibson attached to direct from a script by Brian Bagby and Gibson.
Source: Mel Gibson’s ‘Wild Bunch’ Remake Goes After Fassbender, Foxx & Dinklage
Government investment in local talent starting to pay off on screens.
Source: Singaporean Film Biz Builds Bright Future
Rob Pattinson, Nicholas Hoult Atop Short List For ‘Batman’
Source: Rob Pattinson, Nicholas Hoult Atop Short List For ‘The Batman’
Chris Rock and Lionsgate are collaborating on a “Saw” spinoff.
Source: Chris Rock Rebooting ‘Saw’ Franchise With Lionsgate
Thematically and tonally, Emmerich views Moonfall as a cross between two of his most successful pictures: Independence Day and 2012.
Source: Roland Emmerich On How $150M Mega Project ‘Moonfall’ Is A Mix Of ‘Independence Day’ & ‘2012’ — Cannes
Disney CEO Bob Iger has revealed “Game of Thrones” creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are working on the Star Wars movie due in 2022.
Source: Next ‘Star Wars’ Movie Will Be From ‘Game of Thrones’ Creators
“Game of Thrones” and “Bodyguard” star Richard Madden is in talks to join Marvel’s “The Eternals.”
Source: Richard Madden in Talks to Star in Marvel’s ‘Eternals’
Walt Disney Studios is unveiling a new post-Fox release schedule that includes Star Wars films and Avatar sequel delays.
Source: Disney Announces New ‘Star Wars’ Films, Moves ‘Avatar’ Sequels
“Star Wars” actor Peter Mayhew, who played Chewbacca in the original trilogy, died on Tuesday, his family announced on his Twitter.
Source: Chewbacca Actor Peter Mayhew From ‘Star Wars’ Dies at 74