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[Updated] Star Wars: Ron Howard Steps In To Direct Han Solo Movie

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Update 2: Ron Howard took to Twitter to make a statement regarding his stepping in to finish the Han Solo film.

I'm beyond grateful to add my voice to the Star Wars Universe after being a fan since 5/25/77.

Ron Howard (@RealRonHoward) June 22, 2017

I hope to honor the great work already done & help deliver on the promise of a Han Solo film.

Ron Howard (@RealRonHoward) June 22, 2017

Update 1: Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy has since made the following announcement regarding Howard joining the project, including a reveal of when production will resume:

“At Lucasfilm, we believe the highest goal of each film is to delight, carrying forward the spirit of the saga that George Lucas began forty years ago. With that in mind, we’re thrilled to announce that Ron Howard will step in to direct the untitled Han Solo film. We have a wonderful script, an incredible cast and crew, and the absolute commitment to make a great movie. Filming will resume the 10th of July.”

Original Story:

Earlier this week, fans were hit with the unsettling news that Han Solo spinoff directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller were unceremoniously canned from the picture. While we all hate the term “creative differences,” it seems that, in this case, it was true. Not only did screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan disagree with how they made their films (more improv than by-the-book), there also seemed to be a fundamental disagreement regarding the actual character of Han Solo himself.

Despite this setback, the announcement from Lucasfilm maintained that the film would not be delayed, and would still hit its May 2018 release date. But who would hop on board a film that’s already cast and two-thirds through production, and would Lucasfilm be able to lock them down in time?

Well, it seems like Lucasfilm understood the severity of the situation, and according to THR, Ron Howard (director of such classics as Splash, Apollo 13, and A Beautiful Mind) has now picked up the reins from Lord and Miller, and will see the Han Solo production to its end. The official announcement is set to hit later this morning.

With Howard now at the helm, he will reportedly meet with the actors and a rattled crew, look through the footage so far, and figure out what needs to be changed, reshot, and everything in between. The film was originally scheduled for three-and-a-half more weeks of production — with an added five weeks of reshoots already built into the schedule later down the line. It’s unclear if they’ll need any more time to make this film work.

We're not too surprised by this announcement. His name was rumored to be in the running immediately after the announcement, and in times like this, you need a steady hand to keep things going. Plus, given how long both he and Kathleen Kennedy have been in the industry, they likely have a more amenable relationship.

Are you excited to see Howard take the helm? Let us know your thoughts down below!

The Han Solo film is set to hit theaters on May 25, 2018.

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Source: THR, Lucasfilm (Update)

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Star Wars Rumors: A Closer Look At What Happened To The Han Solo Movie

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Studio politics are a complicated thing. There are as many sides to a story as there are people involved (and oftentimes many more), and we’re sure that’s no different from what happened with the Han Solo film. If for some reason you’re unfamiliar, directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller were recently relieved of their duties for the upcoming Han Solo film, with rumors running around that it had to do with screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan having a problem with the way the pair were treating the character Han Solo. It short, it seemed that they were going for too much of a comedic angle in ways that betray the established personality of the smuggler.

But what else is there regarding this juicy Hollywood story? The folks at Star Wars News Net ran down what they’d heard, and some parts of it may surprise. But before we get going, remember, this is just a rumor, so you can take it only with a grain of salt.

Related: Ron Howard Steps In To Direct Han Solo

Now let's hop into the mill. For starters, Kasdan and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy weren’t the ones to take action first. As mentioned before, Lord and Miller were really pushing the comedic boundaries of this character, so much so that lead actor, Alden Ehrenreich expressed concerns to a producer, who, in turn, expressed them Kennedy. The Swnn source went so far as to say that some of the moments saw Han Solo acting an awful like like Jim Carrey's Ace Ventura — an odd comparison, to say the least. 

But things continued, and everyone seemed to think that they would be able to make this work. However, when the rough cut of the footage so far was assembled, it was something of a muddled mess. Apparently, the scenes -- when played separately from one another -- were great. However, when seen front to back, it seemed more evident that the film’s scenes were at odds with one another. When all said and done, Lucasfilm wanted a film that skewed closer to Kasdan’s script, and had less improv.

Lucasfilm still seemed to think that they could salvage the project through reshoots. They'd done the same thing with Rogue One, and that film turned out great. However, while Gareth Edwards was willing to play ball, Lord and Miller weren’t. The report states that they gave an ultimatum, saying that they had to do it their way, or they were out.

We all know what happened then.

Ron Howard has since been hired to take over to help execute a vision that is reportedly more in line with what we can expect from the Han Solo we know and love.

Credit where credit is due: this piece is a massive distillation of the mammoth piece over at Star Wars News Net, so if you want to read their full take, I recommend checking out their piece.

What do you think of all this? Does it sound like Lucasfilm made the right choice? And do you think there’s another side to this story we’re not hearing? 

Let us know in the comments down below!

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Source: Star Wars News Net

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The Punisher Rumored To Hit Netflix On November 14th

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For some reason, Marvel Television is a bit mum on the release dates of series set to hit as early as this year. We didn’t know for sure when The Defenders would be hitting Netflix until a couple months ago, and we still don’t have a clue when Anything is hitting next year. Unlike the big tentpole films in theaters, we don’t really know years in advance when something is coming. But that doesn’t stop us from talking about it.

Earlier this month, one of the episode directors, Dearbhla Walsh said offhandedly in an interview that The Punisher was going to hit the streaming service this November. It seemed like a credible enough source, but considering how often directors are shuffled around, there was still some margin of error on that one. For all she knew, they had recently decided to push it back to December for whatever reason.

If a rumor from McU Exchange is to believed, that November release is still to be believed. But the outlet has narrowed it down, and one of their sources says that the series is set to hit Netflix on November 14. However, for the time being, I’d still classify this one heavily as a rumor.

November 14, while a great-sounding day, is actually a Tuesday, and Netflix originals almost always have a tendency to drop in the latter half of the week, so as to promote weekend binging. In fact, each of the Marvel Netflix shows have been released on Fridays, further adding to the potential that this date is a dud. Now, that’s not to say, that The Punisher can’t launch on the 14th — you never know — but it seems to be a weird issue of pattern breaking.

What do you think? Do you think the series will hit on November 14 or one of the weekends surrounding it, or do you think this is all a bunch of Bs to get us talking (it worked)? Let us know down below!

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Source: McU Exchange

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Black Panther: Nightshade Confirmed To Be In The Marvel Flick

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Marvel's Black Panther is certainly creating a lot of buzz since their trailer launched a few weeks ago. At the helm of the film is Ryan Coogler, who also directed great films such as Fruitvale Station and Creed. Starring in the film as T'Challa aka Black Panther is Chadwick Boseman he is joined by Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o and Andy Serkis. Without a doubt Black Panther has a fantastic cast list.

One of the actresses in the film, who is making her first feature film debut is singer Nabiyah Be. She took to Twitter to announce who she is portraying in Black Panther, a character by the name of Tilda Johnson. Black Panther and Luke Cage fans will recognize this as the name of the villain named Nightshade. An interesting point that was made on CinemaBlend was that Nabiyah Be had posted this image of her character (see below) when the trailer dropped but since there was nothing recognizable about Nightshade, it went unnoticed. One thing that the image does tell us now is that she will be working with or for Erik Killmonger, played by Michael B. Jordan.

Never kept something for myself for so long! Check out Tilda Johnson's first appearance in @Marvel @theblackpanther #blackpanther #Wakanda pic.twitter.com/9vFjx0dfEq

— Nabiyah Be (@nabiyahbe) June 10, 2017

While Tilda Johnson's character has gone by several different names like, Dr. Nightshade, Deadly Nightshade and Nightshade, she made her first appearance in comics in Marvel's Captain America #164 in August of 1973. She was a scientist who would turn people into werewolves to fight Captain America. Then she became a villain for Black Panther as well as Luke Cage.

It is unknown for the moment how extensive her role is going to be in the film. She may or may not even have a prominent role in Black Panther. Whatever the role, we now have three villains confirmed for the film, Killmonger, Nightshade and Man-Ape. With a great cast and director this has all the making of a great film. We are about half a year away from its release of next February. What are your thoughts on Black Panther so far? Chime in Below!

Black Panther hits theaters February 16th 2018

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Source: CinemaBlend, Nabiyah Be (via Twitter)

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Wonder Woman Is About To Cross Another Huge Milestone

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Wonder Woman is a film that started off by hitting some huge milestones, and it looks like there’s no stopping it. THR is reporting that the Patty Jenkins-directed DC flick is set to break $609.8 million worldwide either this Thursday or Friday. You might be thinking that to be an incredibly random number. Why $609.8 million?

Well, that’s how much Phyllida Lloyd’s Mamma Mia! grossed back in 2008, going down in history to become the highest grossing live-action film from a female director of all time. Either today or tomorrow, that number will be surpassed by Wonder Woman.

Notice the caveat we have by saying “live-action.” That’s because Wonder Woman will have one more obstacle in the form of Kung Fu Panda 2, which was directed by Jennifer Yuh Nelson. That film made $665.7 million worldwide, and will likely get overtaken by Wonder Woman in the weeks to come. If this is to happen (we’re pretty sure it will), the film will go down in history as the highest grossing film of all time from a female director.

Related: Wonder Woman - The One Scene Patty Jenkins Reshot

Some of you may be yelling at the screen right now because we left out Frozen (which made a whopping $1.28 billion worldwide). Yes, it’s true that Frozen had a female director in Jennifer Lee, but she was a co-director along with Chris Buck, and as such, isn’t quite in the same category as Wonder Woman (though the feat is no less impressive).

Are you excited to see Wonder Woman cross this big milestone? Let us know your thoughts down below!

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Source: THR

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Trailer Hits For Boston Marathon Bombing Movie Stronger

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Last year, audiences saw the release of Patriots Day, a film that chronicled the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing. However, where that film covered the manhunt that followed the actual bombing, this new film, Stronger, will follow a different kind of manhunt.

Stronger follows the journey of Jeff Bauman. If you’ll recall, following the actual bombing, there were a few iconic pictures that circulated. One of these pictures was that of a man getting wheeled away in a wheelchair with his legs torn up. That photo was Bauman, who went on to write his memoirs, also titled Stronger, and become a real symbol for the slogan “Boston Strong.”

As one would expect, life after the bombing wasn’t easy, and it looks like the new film, Stronger — directed by David Gordon Green (Pineapple Express — will be chronicling that journey. Based on this trailer, it looks like they’ll definitely be laying the sentimentality on pretty thick, but given the subject matter, it makes sense, they’d ultimately go that route.

The official synopsis for Stronger is below:

Stronger is the inspiring true story of Jeff Bauman, an ordinary man who captured the hearts of his city and the world to become the symbol of hope following the infamous 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. Jake Gyllenhaal stars as Jeff, a 27-year-old, working-class Boston man who was at the marathon to try and win back his ex-girlfriend Erin (Tatiana Maslany). Waiting for her at the finish line when the blast occurs, he loses both his legs in the attack. After regaining consciousness in the hospital, Jeff is able to help law enforcement identify one of the bombers, but his own battle has just begun. He tackles months of physical and emotional rehabilitation with the unwavering support of Erin and his family. It is Jeff’s deeply personal account of the heroic journey that tests a family’s bond, defines a community’s pride and inspires his inner courage to overcome devastating adversity. Filled with raw emotion, humanity and humor, Stronger is the inspirational real-life story of the man who became the living embodiment of ‘Boston Strong.’ The film also stars Academy Award® nominee Miranda Richardson and is directed by David Gordon Green.”

What do you think of this first trailer? Let us know your thoughts down below!

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Source: Roadside Flix

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Transformers: The Last Knight Has Record-Low Opening Day For Franchise

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We’re not really sure how, but over the past decade, Transformers has managed to become both one of the highest grossing franchises of all time and one of the most hated franchises of all time for film fans. With its convoluted storylines, exhausting action and visuals, and bloated runtimes, it’s become a series that’s been increasingly hard to stomach — and fans and critics haven’t been all too quiet about that fact.

With the writers’ room Paramount set up to help shepherd the next batch of films, our hopes were high that Transformers: The Last Knight could be the one to turn things around narratively. Nope. Critics were none too impressed with this latest entry, and neither were we. Yet despite the continued critical bashing, these films have remained incredibly successful at the box office. Will Transformers: The Last Knight finally be the film that proves that this franchise can’t remain critic-proof forever?

Variety is reporting that the latest film has taken in $15.7 million in its first day at the North American box office (it opened on Wednesday). This will presumably lead to a Wednesday-Sunday haul of around $65 million. To compare it to the last film, Age of Extinction, that movie took in around $100 million in a standard weekend (not Wednesday-Sunday). This is quite a drop from that movie, which went on to take in $1.1 billion worldwide. The performance is even lower than the modest studio projection of $70 million — not good. Given the budget of the film ($217 million), one would assume that this is a sure sign that the franchise is finally getting its due, right?

Not necessarily. We can’t pretend to think that this film planned on making a whole lot domestically. As has been the trend for some time, this film will be heavily dependent on the foreign box office, which has always been the driving force behind these movies. The last film, for instance, saw 77 percent of its box office haul from the foreign market, and given how low this one is starting out, we wouldn’t be surprised if this latest entry had something closer to 85 percent. But the big question is, “will the foreign market go for it?” That remains to be seen.

Do you think the foreign market will help keep this film afloat? Let us know in the comments below!

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Source: Variety

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The Eighth Film In The Saw Franchise Gets A Name And Logo

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It's been about 13 years since the first installment of the Saw films hit the big screen. The film was based on a story by James Wan and Leigh Whannell and it was also directed by Wan. It starred Cary Elwes, Danny Glover, Monica Potter and Tobin Bell. Overall it grossed over $100 million dollars worldwide and because of it's low budget it was very profitable. One remarkable note about the film was that it was shot in 18 days. The overall success of the the film with audiences allowed the studios to go ahead with a sequel. To this day they have continued to make the films the latest one being Saw 3D which was directed by Kevin Greutert.

Now the eight film in the franchise from Lionsgate has an official title: Jigsaw. The announcement came via Twitter on the official Saw page. You can see the image of the logo above. The title for the film was previously rumored to be Saw: Legacy but we see that they have decided to go with the title of the mastermind behind all of the horror, the series main villain who is played by Tobin Bell. Besides Bell the film will also star Laura Vandervoort and Hannah Anderson.

As far as the production team for the film it will be directed by Peter and Michael Sprierig. The script was done by Josh Stolberg and Pete Goldfinger. As of now the film is in post production and has a release date of October 27 of this year.

I was a big fan of the first film by Wan and enjoyed the series up to the third or fourth film and then lost interest. At the time it was something I hadn't seen in a horror film that got my attention. Like every sequel this film promises to take things to "another level". I look forward to seeing a trailer and getting more information about the plot line of the film. Are you a fan of the Saw franchise? If so what is your favorite or least favorite?

Jigsaw will hit theaters October 27, 2017.

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Go Go Power Rangers Blu-Ray DVD Giveaway!

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The action-packed, coming of age feature film Saban’s Power Rangers will morph onto Digital HD June 13 and on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack (plus Blu-ray and Digital HD), Blu-ray Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital HD), DVD and On Demand June 27 from Lionsgate.

Lrm is giving away a Blu-ray copy of Saban's Power Rangers to one lucky reader on our site.

To enter this giveaway contest please fill out the form below, for our mobile users please send an e-mail to contest@lrmonline.com with Saban's Power Rangers Giveway in the subject line. Please give your name, address and phone number. Only one winner will be selected and must be a U.S. resident for this contest. Winner will be notified via e-mail. The deadline for entry is Monday, June 26, by 11:59 p.m. Pst. So good luck!  

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The Saban’s Power Rangers DVD will include exclusive audio commentary with director Dean Israelite and writer John Gatins, and deleted/alternate/extended scenes and outtakes. Saban’s Power Rangers will be available on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack, and DVD for the suggested retail price of $42.99, $39.99, and $29.95, respectively.

Story by Matt Sazama & Burk Sharpless and Michele Mulroney & Kieran Mulroney. Screenplay by John Gatins. Directed by Dean Israelite.

4K/Blu-Ray/ Digital HD Special Features

·       Audio Commentary with Director Dean Israelite and Writer John Gatins

·       “The Power of the Present” Documentary

o   “Rangers Then to Now”

o   “Building the Team”

o   “Beyond the Rangers”

o   “Suiting Up”

o   “Rangers, Welcome to Training”

o   “Rangers in the Wild”

o   “It’s Morphin Time”

o   “Power Ballad: Music and Sound”

o   “This is Your Destiny”

·       Deleted/Alternate/Extended Scenes

·       Outtakes

·       Theatrical Trailer with Audio Commentary by Director Dean Israelite

DVD Special Features

·       Audio Commentary with Director Dean Israelite and Writer John Gatins

·       Deleted/Alternate/Extended Scenes

·       Outtakes

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Fargo Season 3, Episode 10 Review: Somebody to Love

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I gotta be honest, I wasn't looking forward to the Fargo Season 3 finale. There were a lot of balls up in the air and no clear way to tie off all the dangling plot threads. Last season's finale, with the crazy motel shootout and the sudden spaceship appearance, kind of left a bad taste in my mouth -- don't give me space aliens in my neo-noir, crime drama and then fail to explain it. Unfortunately, as events in this finale play out, prepare to be somewhat disappointed... but in a good way, I guess.

Gloria (Carrie Coon) writes a resignation letter in the cold opening, she's cleaned out her desk and headed for the door when the phone rings. IRS guy, Larue Dollard (Hamish Linklater), has built an epic case of fraud, money laundering, and tax evasion -- some of it actually illegal. Nikki (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) sent the care package to Dollard to take down Emmit. He's papered his conference room walls with the documents, it looks like a big deal but it's really not -- we later learn this is all just a false show of bravado, another red herring in a season of red herrings, and it makes the case (again) that we can't trust our eyes.

Related - Fargo Season 3, Episode 9 Review: Aporia

However, with that single phone call everything changes. Gloria's back... in an IRS team-up! What? Not the sexy, dramatic moment you were hoping for? Ok, then how about Nikki and Mr. Wrench (Russell Harvard) sawing-off shotguns and prepping for a heavy assault inside a dimly lit motel room. That's more like it, amirite?

Varga (David Thewlis) has sequestered Emmit (Ewan McGregor) in his house, playing out this minor subplot's endgame. He's surrounded himself with a platoon of patrolling gunmen, fearful of the Swango and Wrench alliance -- rightly so. Emmit is tired, he just wants it all to be over, and though he makes a desperate play to kill Varga, he predictably fizzles. Emmit's story (and by extension, Ray's story too) is the least interesting of the season; things just happen to Emmit and he does little to stop them. It's not that Emmit is an unsympathetic character, rather it's that he's barely present at all, an ultimately inconsequential plot device. Fargo Season 3 has been all about Varga, Nikki, and Gloria.

Nikki lures Varga and his fireteam to an abandoned storage facility. They head for a third floor rendezvous, which is shot like a horror movie. A grim corridor of death awaits as they exit the elevator -- It's a trap (sorry, my inner Star Wars nerd got loose for a moment)!!! Shockingly, we don't witness the bloody ambush -- creator Noah Hawley is showing restraint? Naturally, Varga makes a hasty exit, sacrificing his own men to save himself. Nikki and Wrench subsequently settle their accounts, and Wrench reluctantly walks away with a pile of cash -- he's proven to be the most loyal and honest broker in this warped season, next to Gloria of course.

And then there's Ruby Goldfarb (Mary McDonnell). I kept wondering what an actress of her stature was doing in such a tiny cameo role? It didn't add up. And now we know why: she was the big boss all along; the least among us rises again. Goldfarb takes over Stussy Enterprises and shows Emmit the door in an epic power play!

Feels like we all need a warm hug in a nice Minnesota quilt, eh?

Alas, Nikki's story ends in tragedy and disgrace. She tracks down Emmit on a lonely stretch of Minnesota highway and levels a shotgun on him... until a state trooper rolls up and things go South. I can't say it makes much sense, Nikki is a smart character, a survivor -- it betrays her intelligence to go out in such a stupid fashion. But she's happier now, I guess, reunited with Ray (if you believe in that kind of thing).

But wait, there's more! Another time jump, and it's five years later. Emmit has reconciled with his family; Sy is... alive; Varga's still in the wind; and the big IRS case resulted in a limp misdemeanor and probation (Emmit's illicit earnings allegedly stashed overseas), until Mr. Wrench proves his loyalty one last time and finally settles Nikki's score with Emmit.

On a more positive note, Gloria has moved on, she's a special agent in the Department of Homeland Security. Varga turns up in a Dhs holding cell, and so we finally get our Gloria vs. Varga faceoff (referring to himself now as Daniel Rand, a software salesman out of Brussels -- Hawley is a Marvel fan too, apparently). We've come full-circle, the ending scene is reminiscent of the season's cold opening in East Germany. The dialog here is sharp and there's a fun back-and-forth tension to the scene, but it doesn't tell us very much. Varga tries to convince Gloria that he is about to go free and she contends that he's headed for federal lockup... we wait for the door behind Gloria to open. Will Varga, Rand, the Devil, or whoever he truly is walk away free or in handcuffs? The clocks ticks down and the lights go dark, roll credits. Hunh?

It's a convoluted, kind of unsatisfying ending... but I gotta give Hawley credit, he avoided the formula. I'm glad the season ended on character rather than spectacle. Season 3 really didn't connect with Seasons 1 and 2, and that's Ok. There's no good way to end any complicated story, particularly one this quirky and oddball. What's actually so surprising about this finale is that it's all about the ladies. Noah Hawley is a progressive! It's not the slam bang ending we were expecting, but dammit, it's the ending we deserved! We wish you well in your future endeavors agent Burgle, it's well-earned.

Grade: B

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Marvel’s Defenders Gets A Series Of Motion Posters & One Standard Poster

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We have just under two months until Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist unite to defend New York City in the upcoming limited series The Defenders. This has been a long time coming for the Marvel and Netflix franchise. Just as The Avengers was the culmination of everything on the big screen, The Defenders will serve as a culmination of everything that’s come from the four show and five seasons of television since 2015.

Thus far, we’ve seen a couple of teasers (the first of which was just a shot in the elevator), and from what we can tell, they’re really selling this group as a ragtag group. Unlike The Avengers, they don’t quite have the same polish you’d expect of most big superheroes, and they’re looking to capitalize on that for the new motion posters and poster.

Check them out below!

I don't need sight to know you're staring. #Defend pic.twitter.com/ImHiFFvcCU

— Daredevil (@Daredevil) June 22, 2017

This is my face. Now get out of it. #Defend pic.twitter.com/UI6yYFGPNj

Jessica Jones (@JessicaJones) June 22, 2017

Straight outta Harlem. #Defend pic.twitter.com/P859gY7wAm

Luke Cage (@LukeCage) June 22, 2017

They didn't teach this kind of focus in K'un-Lun. #Defend pic.twitter.com/0H2Qphr8EG

— Iron Fist (@MarvelIronFist) June 22, 2017

There's no 'us' in team. #Defend pic.twitter.com/jOFJUyYilq

— The Defenders (@TheDefenders) June 22, 2017

Admittedly, I’m not the biggest fan of the aesthetics here. I enjoy the music playing the background (which we already saw in the trailer), as well as that somewhat campy “we don’t give a s**t” attitude they have going on there, but from a visual standpoint, it all looks a bit cheap. The poster itself seems to be the biggest offender. Perhaps it's the way they're posed, or the faces they're giving, but something feels a bit off. As someone who’s a fan of the shows, I kind of get what they’re going for, but I’m not sure it’ll do much to convince anyone who’s uninitiated that it’s worth watching.

But of course, that’s just my opinion. What’s yours? Do you like what Marvel and Netflix have done with these posters? Let us know in the comments down below!

The Defenders hits Netflix on August 18, 2017.

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Jurassic World 2 Gets An Official Title & Poster

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A couple years back, Jurassic World hit theaters and set the world on fire. Whether your liked the film or not, there’s no denying that it reinvigorated the long-dormant franchise. No, it may not have had the film gravitas of the original Jurassic Park, but when all said and done, it brought the popcorn movie thrills, and generally pleased the mainstream audiences. The film has since gone down as the fourth highest grossing flick of all time.

Since then, we knew that not only a sequel, but an entire franchise resurgence was inevitable. It wasn’t long before it was confirmed that a June 2018 release was confirmed, but in true studio style, the name of the film was kept under wraps. For the life of me, I still don’t understand the reason behind keeping the names secret. Perhaps it has to do with spreading out the hype for the film over a longer period, or maybe they just take a long time to come up with the names.

Related: Has Jurassic World 2's Ending Been Rewritten?

Regardless, Universal Pictures has released the official title and poster for Jurassic World 2. Check it out below:

So Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the title they settled on for this movie. Perhaps even more of note is the familiar tagline on the poster that reads “life finds a way.” We look forward to seeing what this fallen kingdom is, but more than anything, I’m looking forward to seeing just how they plan on working Jeff Goldblum’s Ian Malcolm into the story.

We have one year to find out.

Here's a description of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom:

"With all of the wonder, adventure and thrills synonymous with one of the most popular and successful franchises in cinema history, this all-new motion-picture event sees the return of favorite characters and dinosaurs—along with new breeds more awe-inspiring and terrifying than ever before.  Welcome to Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.  "Stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard return alongside executive producers Steven Spielberg and Colin Trevorrow for Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.  Pratt and Howard are joined by co-stars James Cromwell, Ted Levine, Justice Smith, Geraldine Chaplin, Daniella Pineda, "Toby Jones, Rafe Spall, while Bd Wong and Jeff Goldblum reprise their roles."Directed by J.A. Bayona (The Impossible), the epic action-adventure is written by Jurassic World’s director, Trevorrow, and its co-writer, Derek Connolly.  Producers Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley once again partner with Spielberg and Trevorrow in leading the team of filmmakers for this stunning installment.  Belén Atienza joins the team as a producer."

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Second Trailer For Annabelle: Creations Haunts The Web

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Last April LRMOnline was present at the exclusive first look at some footage, and trailer, for New Line Cinema's Annabelle: Creation. This film is the prequel to the 2014 film Annabelle and it is the fourth film in The Conjuring franchise. It is written by Gary Dauberman, directed by David Sandberg, produced by Peter Safran and James Wan and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. This film will focus on the story about the origin of the possessed Annabelle doll.

In real life, the Annabelle doll is actually a Raggedy Ann doll that is currently on display at The Warrens' Occult Museum in Monroe, Connecticut. According to demonologiost Ed and Lorraine Warren, this doll is haunted. The story goes that in the 70's the owner of the doll noticed that the doll was being very strange, and through a psychic she found out that apparently is was inhabited by the spirit of a dead girl named Annabelle Higgins. After a while the behavior of the doll became bad enough that the Warrens were contacted to remove the doll and take it to their museum. Of course this is all speculation, no one can really prove if it was real or not.

As for the film itself here is the synopsis for the film:

Several years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into their home, soon becoming the target of the dollmaker's possessed creation, Annabelle.

The film stars Stephanie Sigman, Talitha Bateman, Lulu Wilson, Philippa Anne Coulthard, Grace Fulton, Lou Lou Safran and Samara Lee.

Although this is not my type of film, I will say that I am very interested in the origin story. From the extra footage that I got to see at Wondercon it seems like it will be quite suspenseful and filled with moments that will make you jump. This may be one worth checking out. Is Annabelle: Creation on your radar? Chime in below!

Related: Trailer For Annabelle: Creations Debuts At Wondercon

Annabelle: Creation comes alive in theaters August 11, 2017.

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Sony's Plans For Multiple Spider-Man Spin-Offs Is A Missed Opportunity

21 June 2017 5:15 PM, PDT

Sony's recent partnership with Marvel Studios, which brought Spider-Man into the McU, is the smartest play they've made in decades. This alliance opens up countless narrative possibilities for everyone involved. Spidey's appearance in Captain America: Civil War significantly changed the tone and energy of that film, in the same way that Iron Man will dynamically alter the storytelling in Spider-Man: Homecoming. One of the great things about Marvel comics is that Spider-Man regularly pops up all over the place -- the character easily fits into any team, cosmic, and street-level situation, or storyline. Marvel's long-running "Team-Up" comic book series regularly featured Spider-Man (since its inception in 1972).

Marvel Studios clearly gets the power of the team-up. Combining characters from opposite ends of the spectrum creates new opportunities for conflict, humor, and character growth, while also keeping audiences on their toes. The upcoming Thor: Ragnarok is essentially a live-action "Team-Up" comic, co-starring: The Incredible Hulk. According to THR, Sony's original Spider-Man licensing deal -- from 1999 -- gave them access to 900 characters from his long comic book history, but it's becoming clear that Sony still has no idea how to handle these characters.

Related - Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 To Use Marvel Character That Isn’t Iron Man

Sony's recent announcements of stand-alone films for Venom/Carnage, starring Tom Hardy, and Black Cat/Silver Sable, currently titled Silver & Black, were met with a collective shrug from the fan community. Who's screaming for these films? Now we're learning that Sony is also planning films based on villains Kraven the Hunter and Mysterio -- possibly to build toward an ensemble Sinister Six movie, Sony's answer to DC's Suicide Squad. More shrugs?

Look, somebody at Marvel needs to put their arm around the key decision-makers at Sony and tell them to stop it. We don't need Black Cat, Venom, or Kraven stand-alone films any more than we need Loki, Hawkeye, or Thanos spin-offs. These are all cool characters, but let's be honest: some characters can't (or shouldn't) hold their own films -- Marvel learned this lesson the hard way with The Incredible Hulk (2008).

The March 1972 debut of Marvel's Team-Up comic book series.

We're living in a world where a new superhero movie hits theaters every other month (sometimes multiple times in the same month). In 2018 we get Black Panther, Deadpool 2, Avengers: Infinity War, X-Men: Dark Phoenix, Aquaman, Ant-Man and the Wasp, The New Mutants, and Venom. I love, love, love these characters, but there's no way I'm seeing all of these films in theaters in 2018. Are you?

According to Variety, the average movie fan only goes to the theater three times per year -- given the aforementioned 2018 line-up, does anyone plan to put Venom in their top three next year? These Venom and Silver & Black movies are likely to be epic flops, which is insane when such failures could be easily avoided. The answer is staring them right in the face!

Even if Spider-Man appears in each of these new spin-offs, as has been reported, and if they're somehow connected to the McU it probably won't save them at the box office. Sony is missing the point, they're squandering the obvious opportunity. Spider-Man should either be the lead, or co-lead, in each of these films; embrace the "team-up" concept, and give us Spider-Man/Venom, Spider-Man/Hulk, or (gasp!) Spider-Man/Daredevil. Any of these films would suddenly jump into my top three films of next (or any) year.

Sony should adopt a strategy of a stand-alone Spider-Man movie one year, and a Spider-Man Team-Up movie the following year -- alternating years of stand-alone and team-up for decades, and who would complain?  

Are you feeling stand-alone, spin-off movies starring Venom, Black Cat, Kraven, or Mysterio or do you think Sony should dive head-first into Spider-Man team-ups? Let us know in the comments down below!

Spider-Man: Homecoming hits theaters on July 7, 2017.

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The Beguiled Review: A Taut, Intriguing, And Haunting Tale

21 June 2017 4:15 PM, PDT

How much does it take to push a good person to the edge? What constitutes a “good” person? Are our sexual instincts something that will always ultimately prove to be our undoing? The answer is never as cut and dry as we tend to think, and the sad fact of life is that even the most decent of human beings can be twisted into something unrecognizable. Sofia Coppola’s latest film, The Beguiled, is a film that explores these ideas, and does so in a calm, tasteful, and meditative way that really sticks with the viewer.

The story takes place a few years into the American Civil War at a Southern all-girls’ boarding school. One of the girls stumbles upon a wounded Union soldier — Colin Farrell’s John McBurney — and takes him back to the school, headed by Nicole Kidman’s Martha Farnsworth. She  begrudgingly agrees to take him in, believing it the “Christian” thing to do. Against their better judgment, they shield his presence from the patrols of Rebel soldiers that make their way through every so often. Over time, as John grows healthier, a dangerous sexual tension begins to arise in the household, and an undercurrent of rivalries between some of the older women (Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, and Elle Fanning) begins to take hold.

It’s worth noting that The Beguiled is based on the novel of the same name by Thomas P. Cullinan. The novel was once adapted back in 1971. It was helmed by Invasion of the Body Snatchers director Don Siegel, and starred Clint Eastwood as John McBurney. I should say up front that I’ve never seen this adaptation, so I can’t speak to how Coppola’s version measures up to it.

Now let’s talk about the film itself. How did it hold up? 

I have to say, I pretty much adored this movie. The cinematography was gorgeous, and the cast that includes a good number of young unknowns holds up well in several prolonged scenes. More than anything, I appreciate the nuance that Coppola brought in its direction. Make no mistake, every person in this movie is a good person. Despite what the trailers may make you think, this isn’t a torture porn-esque story where the women take out their frustrations on a helpless man. This is a story about how circumstance and human instinct can lead to an irreversibly devastating situation. It’s a situation that’s no one’s fault, and you can’t help but feel sorry for all parties involved.

As mentioned above, it’s very well acted by Farrell, Kidman, Dunst, Fanning, and a handful of younger actors, and this was no easy feat. The personalities of characters like Kidman’s Martha and Dunst’s Edwina is a difficult one to capture. Raised in the South in the 1800s, there was a certain amount of self-restraint that one would expect. And yet under the surface of that facade, the actresses made it clear that there was a lot brewing underneath the surface. Farrell himself also brought his A-game, playing the wounded and polite Union soldier who slowly crumbles under the physical pressures. Again, the performances are nuanced, as there’s a lot of unspoken depth that is brought forth by their respective actors, and we can’t help but also give Coppola kudos for pulling off what could have been a boring and shallow take.

One aspect I need to caution viewers about is its pacing. Like many slower thrillers, this is a film that movies at a very deliberate pace. I wouldn’t call it needlessly slow — every scene serves a purpose, and when all said and done, it only clocks in at 90 minutes or so — but in today’s era of filmmaking, it’s a definite slowdown from what we’re used to. In many ways, though the genre is much different, I’d compare the pacing to something like last year’s The Witch, which featured very slow, meditative scenes that seemed to take forever, but ultimately contributed to the tension and atmosphere of the piece as a whole.

The Beguiled is not a film for everybody, but between the rising tension, gorgeous visuals, great acting, and lean story, it’s one that plenty of film lovers will relish for years to come.

Grade: A-

The Beguiled hits select theaters on June 23, and goes wide on June 30.

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Red Carpet Interviews At Los Angeles Premiere Of The Bad Batch With Suki Waterhouse And Keanu Reeves

21 June 2017 3:39 PM, PDT

In a post-apocalyptic world, there will always be cannibals. After all, what else are people going to eat?

Suki Waterhouse stars in the Ana Lily Amirpour-directed film The Bad Batch.

The film also stars Jason Momoa (Justice League), Giovani Ribisi (Ted), and Keanu Reeves (John Wick).

Here’s the synopsis:

The Bad Batch follows Arlen (Waterhouse) after she’s left in a Texas wasteland fenced off from civilization. While trying to navigate the unforgiving landscape, Arlen is captured by a savage band of cannibals led by the mysterious Miami Man (Momoa). With her life on the line, she makes her way to The Dream (Reeves). As she adjusts to life in ‘the bad batch’ Arlen discovers that being good or bad mostly depends on who’s standing next to you.

Lrm was present at the Los Angeles premiere red carpet in Downtown Los Angeles earlier this week. We caught up with Suki Waterhouse and Keanu Reeves on the the red carpet of The Bad Batch.

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Is Batman Facing Retirement (Or Something Worse)?

21 June 2017 3:15 PM, PDT

Batman needs no introduction. Created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger in 1939, the Caped Crusader is one of the three members of the Holy Trinity of Comic Book Characters (along with Spider-Man and Superman). His origin is as well-known as he is, having been portrayed many, many times in comic books, television and movies. He is even perhaps more relevant today than ever: he is the central character in Warner Brothers' Dceu movie universe, his comic book is regularly DC's best selling, and a younger version of him is a central character on a Fox television show. We live, so to speak, in a world of Batman, but is that coming to an end? Recent events in the Batman comics have caused many to wonder if Batman is finally looking to retire, hanging up the cape and cowl once and for all.

DC's Batman comic is perhaps its flagship title. During the recent, and abysmal, New 52 series relaunch, Batman -- written by Scott Snyder -- was the only DC comic to consistently wow its audience, adding to the canon along the way. Following the demise of the New 52, Batman was handed over to one of the hottest rising stars in comics, Tom King, and the book has still amazed. During both runs, Snyder and King haven't hesitated to change the status quo. In the last several years for instance, Batman has started a 'bat family' of affiliated superheroes, a new faction of villains known as the Court of Owls reconfigured the Gotham landscape, and Joker cut his own face off. Batman seemingly died, but quickly returned with amnesia, while Commissioner Gordon took over as a mech-driving version of the Dark Knight, albeit temporarily. If this all sounds incredibly silly, it is, but in a way that let readers see Batman in a whole new light and which has transformed the World's Greatest Detective in often subtle, but impactful ways.

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This recent four-issue miniseries starred our favorite hero alongside the Flash as they investigated the appearance of a happy face button. If you don't know your comics, it is a reference to perhaps the greatest single book of all time, Watchmen. Without getting into the weeds here, it's the kind of big deal which led Batman and Flash through a multi-dimension-spanning adventure -- and that's where things get interesting. 

In one of these dimensions, Batman meets his father. Only in this dimension (stay with me), Thomas Wayne became Batman after *Bruce Wayne* died. Like our own Batman, Thomas Wayne finds it difficult to be happy and, as our Batman leaves, he implores his son-from-another-dimension to give up being Batman. Only a scant few issues later, Bruce Wayne -- our Batman -- does indeed heavily contemplate these words.

It doesn't end there. We catch back up with our hero in Batman #24, and things get even more interesting. In it, Batman admits to his latest protege, a heroine known as Gotham Girl, that he isn't happy being Batman, he just is Batman. He then follows this up with a twist. Batman locates Catwoman, soars across the city skyline for a bit, and then proposes to her. 

Taken together, Batman's refusal to answer the bat signal, his unhappiness, and his proposal to Catwoman, it definitely seems like Bruce Wayne is looking for a change in his life. I understand that marriage and a moment of self-reflection don't automatically equate to retirement, but Snyder and King seem to be pushing the idea. Remember earlier when I said that Batman temporarily had amnesia? It took more than just his memory returning to spur him back into the costume. He had to be convinced that Gotham needed him, or face imminent destruction. When Batman meets Gotham Girl, we quickly learn that she has foreseen an end to our favorite hero. In an interview with Newsarama, writer Tom King stated:

"Yeah, this comes from Scott Snyder, who's probably going to kill me for sharing this. But he's one of my best friends, and he gave me this great advice. And he got the advice from Grant Morrison, who said, when you're writing Batman, you know, you're going to have a run on Batman and you have to give him a birth, and you have to give him a death...That's your responsibility as a writer."

Is this a literal death, or the end of the character as we know it? (Heck, with comics, it can be both.) Whatever it is, we know that Batman is not long for this world. Buckle up and enjoy the ride!

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Exclusive Clip: Deconstructing Dani Garcia Doc Looks Into His Hopes And Dreams Of Cooking

21 June 2017 2:24 PM, PDT

One of the best chefs in Spain will have his ups and downs in his career.

The documentary Deconstructing Dani Garci follows a Two-Micheline-star Spanish Chef Dani Garcia, who suddenly had his restaurant close in January 2014. He became a chef without a restaurant, in which he finds his career at a critical juncture, and his credibility at stake.

The doc is directed by Inigo Ruiz and Alfonso Cortes-Cavanillas.

The film will be available on VOD and iTunes on June 27.

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Venom Movie To Feature Carnage

21 June 2017 2:15 PM, PDT

Fans have been hungry for a standalone Venom movie for some time. Ever since it was first announced that the character would be showing up in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3, many wondered if this would be a lead-up to the character getting his own film. Sadly, Topher Grace was cast as the character, and by the end, he was completely dissolved in an explosion. We guess that’s one way for the studio to kill those dreams.

However, we’ve since learned that comic book characters have countless opportunities to correct the mistakes of the past. The Dark Knight Trilogy made up for the abysmal Batman and Robin, and Deadpool and Logan made up for the injustice that was X-Men Origins: Wolverine. As fans, all we really needed to do was wait for the right opportunity. Piggy-backing off of the great-looking Spider-Man: Homecoming, Sony made their plans known to create their own pocket universe, and to kick that off, they’d be making a standalone Venom movie with Tom Hardy at the lead.

Related: Venom Is A Part Of The McU After All

But who will Venom being going up against? Who better for him to take on than the fan favorite Carnage? According to THR, that may very well be who Venom goes up against. In the comics, Carnage is a man who — just like Eddie Brock — merges with the Venom symbiote. The main difference, however, is that the man, Cletus Kasady, is batsh*t crazy, and doesn’t have the same anti-hero title as Venom. Whereas Venom is kind of a dark gray, Carnage is pitch black as it gets, and given the R rating of the film, we think Sony has an opportunity to go all out with him.

In a world where there is no Spider-Man (though Amy Pascal recently said there’s always a chance), Carnage is a natural opponent to Venom, and we can’t wait to see what they bring with the character.

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Game Of Thrones Season 7 Full Trailer: Winter Is Here!

21 June 2017 1:15 PM, PDT

There’s nothing like a solid build-up. For six straight seasons, Game of Thrones has been an exercise in building up tension. Sure, there have been plenty of big events that have helped release some of the strain between the main players — we had the Battle of Blackwater, The Red Wedding, the Purple Wedding, Battle of the Bastards, and countless other events. However, it’s all been building towards these last two seasons, which will see a clash between all the powers in the Seven Kingdoms — and the inevitable clash between the Seven Kingdoms and the enemy to the North.

The showrunners have been teasing for some time that these next two seasons will be a lot different from the others. While they’ve mostly been world-building, and now we’re at the point where the payoffs need to start rolling in. This brand new trailer for Season 7 looks like it has that very mindset going in, and we can’t be more thrilled based on what it’s shown.

Related: Jon Snow's True Name Revealed!

If you’re one of those folks who loves the mythology behind Game of Thrones, but felt that the action itself was lacking, this may be the season for you. Gone is the slow pacing of previous seasons, and what we’re left with seems to be a series of climaxes fitting of an epic tale like this. But while the payoffs seem to be rolling in, don’t feel like the emotional resonance will be lacking. This season also looks to be packing an emotional punch based on its thematic power alone.

“For centuries our families fought together against their common enemy,” Jon Snow says in the trailer. “Despite their differences, together. We need to do the same if we’re going to survive because the enemy is real. It’s always been real.”

This is it, folks. The end is fast approaching.

Winter is here.

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