The Alamo Drafthouse is a fun, chill venue full of burgers and boozy milkshakes that provides one of the most unique moviegoing experiences out there, but they’re very strict about two things: That talking and texting during the movie nonsense? Don’t do it. Just take it from Georgie, the ridiculously cherubic child from this fall’s horror sensation It.
Johann Johannsson and Denis Villeneuve are one of those rare director-composer powerhouses that, until a few months ago, seemed inseparable. Johannsson scored Prisoners, Sicario, and Arrival, and also signed on to provide a soundtrack to Blade Runner 2049. About a month ago, it was announced that Hans Zimmer and his cohort Benjamin Wallfisch would be joining the soundtrack crew, with Johannsson perhaps taking a backseat. As it turns out, Johannsson has exited the vehicle completely.
Have you seen It yet? How many times? It’s great, right? Adaptations of Stephen King’s work have always been iffy prospects, with about a 50/50 chance of actually being good. It looks like the year of King is soon to become the decade of King, as hot on the heels of It’s success, another director has turned his eye onto a similar project: King’s extremely creepy short story “Suffer the Little Children.”
The new Hellboy movie hit a big of a snag a couple weeks ago when it cast Deadpool villain Ed Skrein as canonically Japanese-American character major Ben Daimio. Skrein has since stepped down from the role after he realized the implications of him playing a character of color, and the movie went back to square one to find a replacement. Good news: they have. Extremely good news: it’s Lost star Daniel Dae Kim.
Woody Allen isn’t going to let the fact that his most recent movie has yet to premiere stop him from lining up a cast for his next one. Wonder Wheel is set to close this year’s New York Film Festival, and he’s already got his eye on his next movie, which is still untitled and without an official plot. A squad of young folks — Selena Gomez, Timothee Chalamet, and Elle Fanning — have already joined up, and today it was announced that Jude Law, Diego Luna, and Liev Schreiber will also star.
For a lot of young folks, Michael Keaton is their first introduction to a cinematic Batman, his version of the Caped Crusader in Tim Burton’s 1989 movie still considered one of the most lauded and fun interpretations of Bruce Wayne to this day. But even the best actors need to know when to call it quits, and Keaton recently explained what drove him to say no to Batman 3.
After stepping down from Justice League after a family tragedy, Zack Snyder has had some time on his hands. What he did with that time, we’re about to find out, as his new short film, which he made entirely with his friends and family, is coming out very soon. He’s keeping the plot of Snow Steam Iron a mystery, but from the new teaser we can tell it involves a girl, a gun, and at least one murder. Sounds great already.
When Lucasfilm announced that Colin Trevorrow was out as the director of Star Wars: Episode IX last week, we all scrambled to come up with suggestions of who should take over. One obvious choice was Rian Johnson, currently the director of The Last Jedi: he both wrote and directed this year’s movie, so obviously he’s got some experience managing a certain galaxy far, far away. But Johnson himself doesn’t think Episode IX is on the table for him — at least not right now.
With the truly incredible popularity of Marvel comics, characters, and movies hitting a high never before seen in pop culture, it seems like it’s only a matter of time before we get a bona fide Stan Lee biopic. While attending a panel at Wizard World Nashville, Lee himself, along with manager Max Anderson, revealed that there is one actor who would totally be down for the job is he was ever asked: Leonardo DiCaprio.
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