Bringing Jon Favreau on board as director was enough for Disney to green light a live action update of The Lion King. But Favreau needed a writer as well, so Disney hired Jeff Nathanson for the job, according to Deadline.
Submitted by Amanda Joyce - Movie Room Reviews on 2016-10-14 08:52
After a one week break, SHIELD is back in action. While Simmons (Elizabeth Henstridge) works to save May’s (Ming-Na Wen) life, Coulson (Clark Gregg) takes a team to stop an anti-Inhuman group from causing more damage. Daisy (Chloe Bennet) also begins a tentative alliance with Robbie (Gabriel Luna).
Warner Bros. is ready to declassify some of the files on its biggest DC comic book characters, just in time for the release of Suicide Squad on DVD. The studio has launched a new website for the fictional government agency ARGUS that houses files ...
Submitted by Robert Dougherty - Movie Room Reviews on 2016-10-14 08:43
10+ years ago at the nadir of Ben Affleck's career, the premise of him playing a neurotypical, possibly autistic accountant who has near super heroic action skills would have seemed like his most laughable career move yet. Even now, when Affleck is an Oscar winner and also Batman, the setup of The Accountantseems utterly crazy and potential campy.
Five is the new three.
Continuing the trend of busting the old trilogy format for tent-pole movie franchises, J.K. Rowling revealed on Thursday that Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them will serve as the first of five films.