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“Kingsman 3” Already In the Works with Director Matthew Vaughn
Indeed, soon after Logan‘s theatrical release in March, which signaled Jackman’s final appearance as the titular X-Men member, the Aussie actor acknowledged that it’s only a matter of time before 20th Century Fox begins toying with the idea of a Wolverine reboot. That was before they were purchased by Disney, though, and ever since that happened – actually, even before it officially happened – fans have been calling for Jackman to return and give us one last performance as the clawed mutant.
Unfortunately, the actor’s just not into the idea, telling us earlier this week that, “I think unfortunately, the ship has sailed for me, but for someone else I would like to see Wolverine in there.” So, he’s clearly into the idea of the character appearing in the McU then,
Visual Effects Supervisor Angus Bickerton recently did an interview to promote the release of Kingsman: The Golden Circle on Blu-ray. During the conversation, he was asked about the possibility of Kingsman 3, which hasn't officially been announced by Fox yet, but sounds increasingly likely. Here's what he had to say about it.
"We've had the briefest of conversations with Matthew [Vaughn] about it...he's got plans."
That's pretty simple. Matthew Vaughn has plans for Kingsman 3 and the movies have made money.
Word comes by way of Cbr, revealing that Vaughn has “got plans” for a potential trilogy-capper, which isn’t all that surprising when you consider that the director has always envisioned Kingsman as a three-film arc.
There is one potential headache, though: since The Golden Circle‘s release, Matthew Vaughn has opened talks to helm Man of Steel 2 for Warner Bros., but with news of an internal shake-up coming out of Justice League, we imagine it’ll be some time yet before Clark Kent’s next solo adventure takes flight.
Couple this with the fact that Vaughn and his team were able to engineer two Kingsman movies in the space of three years, give or take, and the director may find time on his
This means that 20th Century Fox have a brand that works on a global scale, so this report from Comic Book Movie should come as no surprise. While speaking at a Blu-ray launch of the Matthew Vaughn directed sequel, special effects supervisor Andrew Bickerton said “We’ve had the briefest of conversations with Matthew [Vaughn] about it…he’s got plans.”
How immediate these plans are remains to be seen, as Vaughn has recently signed on to the sci-fi actioner Courage, but as Cbm points out, Vaughn spoke at length about the plans he has for the franchise, stating “I think there’s a story in my
It’s that time again. That’s right, it’s time for arbitrary lists that subjectively rank the best/worst things of the year! This one is about 2017’s decent catalogue of cinematic action scenes, which means there’s likely a lot of omissions to piss you off.
With that in mind, remember to post your baffling vitriol and inexplicable anger in the comments.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle – Taxi Chase
Irrespective of its less-than-stellar narrative and apparent script problems, this polarising spy flick did at least confirm that Matthew Vaughn is in a league of his own when it comes to spectacle. No matter what material he’s working with, the British director can always be depended upon to pull off a killer set-piece or two. From Stardust’s inspired voodoo sword fight, to Kick-Ass’ unbelievable strobe-light rescue (and of course
One film that’s been touted is Man of Steel 2, the long-awaited sequel to Henry Cavill’s debut as Superman back in 2013. Earlier this year, we heard various bits and pieces about the movie, including that Kingsman‘s Matthew Vaughn was in talks to direct and that it could see Supes go up against Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam. However, lately the trail has gone cold, leaving the future of the project in question.
Now, however, a new report might just shed some light on what WB’s planning for the Big Blue Boy Scout. Mario-Francisco Robles of
“Games of Thrones” star Pedro Pascal has joined the cast of Barry Jenkins’ drama “If Beale Street Could Talk,” opposite Stephan James, Colman Domingo, Brian Tyree Henry, and Regina King.
“If Beale Street Could Talk” is adapted from the 1974 James Baldwin novel of the same name about a pregnant Harlem woman whose lover is falsely accused of rape. Production companies are Jenkins’ Pastel company, Brad Pitt’s Plan B, and Megan Ellison’s Annapurna Pictures, which is also financing the film.
“Beale Street” is the first movie for Jenkins since “Moonlight” won the best picture Academy Award. The film marks the first feature under the production pact between Pastel and Annapurna and is also part of Plan B’s production
Titled Courage, the only details revealed were that “it’s an epic premise, a drama in the vein of Inception and Edge of Tomorrow.”
Vaughn will produce the movie under his Marv Films banner, alongside former HBO exec Michael Ellenberg, who’s responsible for the likes of Westworld, Big Little Lies, The Leftovers, True Detective, and The Young Pope. Courage will be released by 20th Century Fox, who purchased the script earlier in this year.
Do you agree that it’s time for Vaughn to tackle something detached from his usual heightened fare, or would you be happy to see his Flash Gordon reboot get off the ground?
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The trade blog says that Courage has “an epic premise, a drama in the vein of Inception and Edge of Tomorrow.” Other than that, no other information is known at this time.
The project is set-up at 20th Century Fox who released the Kingsman movies. We’ll bring you more as we get it.
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"I'm fortunate enough that I don't have to accept every movie that comes along," said Schiffer.
"I love movies, I've always been interested in them, but I wanted to wait for the right time to start acting.
"Quentin Tarantino asked me to work with him, but there is no way I am going to do that while (husband) Matthew Vaughn ("Kick-Ass") is working in film.
"I don't think you should give away your name and face to something you don't believe 100-percent in..."
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In an interview with The New York Times, Dceu producer Charles Roven admitted that Man of Steel 2 is not something Warner Bros. is focusing on right now, meaning fans shouldn’t expect it to arrive in the near future… if it ever arrives at all.
“The Superman sequel “Man of Steel 2″ also isn’t coming anytime soon, if at all,” said the outlet. “Roven says there’s no script but “various story ideas” are being kicked around.”
The last update we had about the sequel was that Kingman
Kingsman: The Golden Circle is heading for a home release in January. Here are the details...
Ahoy! We bring you news that Matthew Vaughn's sequel to his ludicrous 2014 Bond-esque spy caper Kingsman: The Secret Service is now available to pre-order on 4k Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD, ahead of its release here in the UK on the 29th of January, 2018.
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Re-teaming the likes of Mark Strong, Colin Firth and Taron Egerton with new players Channing Tatum, Jeff Bridges and Julianne Moore, we didn't take as much of a shine to The Golden Circle as we did the first film. If you found yourself a little more keen on it than us, however, you may be curious to know what special bits and bobs
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