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Kari Skogland To Direct 6-Part ‘The Falcon And The Winter Soldier’ Miniseries With Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, Daniel Bruhl & Emily Van Camp

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Kari Skogland To Direct 6-Part ‘The Falcon And The Winter Soldier’ Miniseries With Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, Daniel Bruhl & Emily Van Camp
Exclusive: Kari Skogland has been set to direct the six-part Disney+ miniseries The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, with Avengers: Endgame‘s Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan starring. Sources said Captain America: Civil War‘s Daniel Bruhl and Emily Van Camp are also in talks to join. The miniseries will air in August 2020.

I’d heard that Mackie’s accepting the shield from Captain America at the end of Avengers: Endgame will figure into the miniseries, but the studio had no comment on where it goes.

Bruhl played Zemo in Captain America: Civil War, the mastermind who drove a wedge between Captain America and Iron Man that factored into the Avengers films, and the murderer of Black Panther’s father. Malcolm Spellman (Empire) has been writing.

Skogland is the Emmy-nominated, BAFTA-winning director, showrunner and CEO of Mad Rabbit, a Red Arrow Studios company, which launched in 2016. She has directed episodes of The Handmaid’s Tale,
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The Top 25 Best Costume Design Winners To Date

We’re back at it! Continuing on with this weekly series of mine that I’m doing here at the site, we’re talking the top 25 Oscar winners in just about every single one of the Academy Award categories out there. Aside from the shorts and something like Best Sound Editing or Best Sound Mixing like I mentioned previously, I’ll be hitting them all over the coming weeks and months, including of course the big eight categories. I’m also potentially going to do one that doesn’t exist (a fictitious Best Ensemble category), but that’s just an idea I currently am toying with. We’ll see about that one. I’m also deciding what to do with Best Animated Feature, but perhaps we’ll cross that bridge next week and deal with it then. Today I’ll be knocking off another one of the technical categories, with
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Black Panther 2 Rumored To Be Hitting Theaters In February 2021

The future looked bleak for Wakanda after Avengers: Infinity War, as the advanced African nation lost its king T’Challa to the Decimation. However, Chadwick Boseman’s Black Panther was restored to life in Avengers: Endgame, ready to protect his country again in the promised sequel to his smash hit 2018 solo film. And, if this new “leak” is to be believed, he’ll be clawing his way back into theaters in just a couple of years’ time.

A blurred image of a document listing upcoming McU movie release dates with a Marvel Studios header at the top has been posted on 4Chan, with it being claimed that it’s a snap of the official plans for Phase Four. Among many other surprises including a supposed confirmation of the New Avengers film and the news that there’s going to be an Ant-Man 3, the photo apparently reveals that Black Panther 2 is coming on February 12th,
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Doctor Strange 2 Rumored To Be With Us In November 2021

For a studio that used to announce years’ worth of upcoming movies at their own Apple-like event, Marvel’s been keeping pretty tight-lipped on their future phase of films. Sure, we know a little bit about what’s to come, like The Eternals and Shang-Chi are both set to make their big screen debuts, and a Black Widow standalone pic is in development, too, but we’ve barely heard a word about follow-ups to their past solo successes like Black Panther and Doctor Strange. Now that Endgame has had its time in the sun though, we expect that to change very quickly.

In fact, if new rumors are to be believed, Doctor Strange 2, which is deep into development at Marvel with director Scott Derrickson and screenwriter C. Robert Cargill attached, may be with us on November 5th, 2021. This comes from an unverified leak – the same one which shared
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Ant-Man 3 Rumored To Crawl Into Theaters In July 2022

Amidst all the news, speculation and debate about the future of the McU, it’s not often we hear the Ant-Man series get a whole lot of mentions, which is actually a bit surprising when you consider the unusual place that the property currently holds in the Marvel franchise.

True, Scott Lang isn’t one of the Phase 1 heroes like Iron Man or Captain America, but he also isn’t among the more recent additions like Black Panther, Spider-Man and Doctor Strange, whose first sequels are still to come. And while the character’s solo outings usually don’t generate as much excitement as some of the McU’s other entries, most fans would still be upset if Lang’s journey came to a close with Avengers: Endgame.

Thankfully, that doesn’t seem to be the case, as a new rumor’s emerged this week which says Ant-Man 3 will crawl into theaters on July 29th,
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Did Kevin Feige Accidentally Reveal The McU’s Next Big Villain?

Now that Avengers: Endgame is slowly vanishing beyond the horizon, Marvel fans are desperate to know what the future has in store. After the deaths of a few key players (not to mention one power-hungry villain), things are going to look very different moving forward. The latest trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home teased the introduction of the Multiverse – as well as a couple of new baddies – and for some time, fans have already been aware that new Black Panther, Doctor Strange and Guardians of the Galaxy films are in the works, among others.

A few weeks back, Disney CEO Bob Iger teased that Marvel Studios was working on their own announcement on the future of the McU. And while the House of Mouse has yet to provide any more concrete information, a recent Reddit Q&A session with Kevin Feige hinted at the return of a long-forgotten villain who
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How Howard The Duck Ended Up In Avengers: Endgame’s Final Battle

The grand final battle of Avengers: Endgame, in which every single hero from across the Marvel Cinematic Universe assembles to fight Thanos and his forces, is easily one of the most thrilling, fan-pleasing sequences in the franchise so far. Everyone’s there; the Avengers, the Guardians, Doctor Strange, Black Panther, Howard the Duck…Wait, what?

Yes, as some eagle-eyed fans have noticed, Howard is revealed to be taking part in the conflict during a few shots, making him one of the most unlikely easter eggs in the whole movie. So, how did one of Marvel’s most infamous characters, who’s previously turned up for a couple of cameos in the Guardians of the Galaxy films, find his way into Endgame?

Well, ComicBook.com got the answer from Matt Aitken, visual effects supervisor at Weta Digital, who explained that the call to add the hero from Duckworld into the scene
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Box Office: ‘John Wick: Chapter 3’ Shoots Down $5.9 Million on Thursday Night

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Box Office: ‘John Wick: Chapter 3’ Shoots Down $5.9 Million on Thursday Night
John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum” shot down $5.9 million at about 3,000 North American locations on Thursday night.

The original “John Wick” earned $950,000 during Thursday night previews, while “John Wick 2” made $2.2 million.

Previews for “A Dog’s Journey” grossed $275,000 from 2,450 theaters.

Liosngate’s third installment of the Keanu Reeves action franchise has been forecast to open between $30 million and $35 million at 3,850 domestic sites. That may be enough to top the fourth weekend of Disney-Marvel’s megahit “Avengers: Endgame.” The first “John Wick” debuted with $14.4 million and 2017’s “John Wick: Chapter Two” launched with $30.4 million.

“John Wick 3” sees Reeves return as an ex-hitman on the run from assassins. Stuntman-turned-director Chad Stahelski helmed the movie, written by series creator Derek Kolstad. Halle Berry, Laurence Fishburne, Mark Dacascos and Asia Kate Dillon also star.

In addition to opening wide in North America, the movie will also debut in 65 international markets day-and-date, including Australia, Brazil,
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Rosa Salazar To Star In Sex-Ed Dramedy ‘The Bang Bang Girls’; Paradigm Selling At Cannes

Rosa Salazar To Star In Sex-Ed Dramedy ‘The Bang Bang Girls’; Paradigm Selling At Cannes
Exclusive: Alita: Battle Angel star Rosa Salazar has been set to star in and executive produce The Bang Bang Girls, a dramedy written and to be directed by Lauren Schacher in her feature helming debut. The pic is being produced by Bronwyn Cornelius and Stefan Nowicki, and Paradigm is repping world rights at the Cannes film market.

The plot follows a high school valedictorian and her two best friends who recruit their new chemistry teacher (Salazar) to form a secret after-school sex-ed club. A fall production start is in the works.

Salazar most recently starred in Alita, the sweeping sci-fi pic from Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron that has grossed $404.8 million worldwide since its February bow. She’s also voicing the lead in Amazon Studios’ upcoming Undone, the streaming service’s first adult animation series which hails from BoJack Horseman‘s Raphael Bob-Waksberg and Kate Purdy. Her previous film credits
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10 McU Rematches We'll Never Get To See After Endgame

Avengers: Infinity War promised to be the culmination of every McU movie that preceded it, and in many ways, it was. It brought all the characters together in the same movie at last – the Avengers, the Guardians of the Galaxy, Doctor Strange, Black Panther etc. – but we wouldn’t get the true culmination until a year later in Avengers: Endgame.

Related: Avengers: Endgame - 10 Scenes That Were Almost In The Movie, According To The Writers

That was the movie that truly ended the story and led to some (probably) permanent character deaths: one celebrated death, one controversial death, and one really, really sad death. This means we may never get to see rematches of some of these climactic McU showdowns.
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Film News Roundup: Chadwick Boseman’s ’17 Bridges’ Pushed Back Two Months

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Film News Roundup: Chadwick Boseman’s ’17 Bridges’ Pushed Back Two Months
In today’s film news roundup, Chadwick Boseman’s “17 Bridges” is moved to September, “Under My Skin” completes production and “Eternal Code” is bought.

Release Dates

STXfilms has moved Chadwick Boseman’s action-thriller “17 Bridges” out of the crowded summer and into the early fall, swapping its July 12 release date for Sept. 27 in North America.

Black Panther” star Boseman is producing and starring in “17 Bridges.” Brian Kirk, whose credits include “Luther” and “Game of Thrones,” is directing from a script by Adam Mervis.

Boseman will portray a disgraced NYPD detective who, after being thrust into a citywide manhunt for a cop killer, is given a shot at redemption. As the night unfolds, lines become blurred on who he is pursuing, and who is in pursuit of him.

Stx has also dated Dave Bautista’s comedy “My Spy” for Aug. 23. Bautista plays a hardened CIA operative who has been demoted and finds
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Imagine Entertainment to Continue Shooting ‘Hillbilly Elegy’ in Georgia, but Might Boycott for Future Filming

Imagine Entertainment, which is set to start filming the Netflix movie “Hillbilly Elegy” in Georgia next month, says it will continue with production in the state but will shoot future productions elsewhere if Georgia’s recently passed “heartbeat” anti-abortion bill enters into law.

“After much thought and deliberation, we decided to continue with shooting ‘Hillbilly Elegy’ in Georgia next month,” read a statement to The Hollywood Reporter from Imagine founders Ron Howard and Brian Grazer.

Also Read: Georgia Film Event in Los Angeles Postponed as Backlash Over Anti-Abortion Bill Continues

“We felt we could not abandon the hundreds of women, and men, whose means of support depend on this production – including those who directly contribute on the film, and the businesses in the community that sustain the production. We see Governor Kemp’s bill as a direct attack on women’s rights, and we will be making a donation to
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Chadwick Boseman-Russo Bros Actioner ‘21 Bridges’ Moves To Fall As Stx Sets Dave Bautista’s ‘My Spy’ For Summer

Stx made a pair of scheduling moves today, shifting its Russo Brothers/Chadwick Boseman actioner 21 Bridges from July 12 to September 27 and dating the Dave Bautista action comedy My Spy for August 23.

It’s the first release day for My Spy, which stars wrestler-turned-actor Bautista as a hardened CIA operative The pic will open wide against Lionsgate action threequel Angel Has Fallen, Sony drama Overcomer and Fox Searchlight’s horror pic Ready or Not. It’s the only PG-13 comedy opening in the weeks leading up to, and after, the 23rd.

The thriller, 21 Bridges (fka 17 Bridges) features Black Panther star Boseman as a disgraced NYPD detective who, after being thrust into a citywide manhunt for a cop killer, is given a shot at redemption. Co-starring J.K. Simmons, Sienna Miller, Taylor Kitsch and Stephan James,
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Entertainment Education Report: The Best Films Schools for 2019

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Where does the path to diversity begin? What kickstarts fearlessness and the will to win, to create, to innovate? How do aspiring entertainment artists and executives develop the skills to tell tomorrow’s stories and find the tools to build the next generation of platforms to sustain an industry where disruption is the new normal? Without the educators and programs in these pages, the voices of underserved youth will never be heard, and their visions will never change the world.

We look not only at top universities offering cutting-edge instruction in everything from cinematography to costume design, but also at speak to educators and look at educational tools that build knowledge of multi-ethnic music, art, writing and film. Entertainment education has never been more important.

American Film Institute

Los Angeles

The prestigious AFI Conservatory runs six distinct Mfa programs: cinematography, directing, editing, production design, screenwriting and producing. Veteran D.P.
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Terence Blanchard Jazzes Up Bmi Film/TV Awards With Icon Honor

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Terence Blanchard Jazzes Up Bmi Film/TV Awards With Icon Honor
Jazz artist and film composer Terence Blanchard was presented with the Bmi Icon award at Wednesday night’s Film, TV and Visual Media Awards of performing-rights society Broadcast Music Inc. in Beverly Hills.

Blanchard, composer for many of Spike Lee’s films, was honored for his “unique and indelible influence on generations of music makers,” said Bmi president-ceo Mike O’Neill. “His music makes powerful statements about American tragedies that must not be forgotten, while also encouraging all of us to heal.”

Said Blanchard, “We just want to express ourselves in an artistic way. We have a burning desire to say something that’s in us, and sometimes we don’t even know what it is that we’re trying to say. These projects give us room to do that.

“You are my heroes,” he told the black-tie crowd of film and TV composers. “Everything that I’ve written for the screen,
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Kevin Feige Promises Marvel Phase 4 Details Are Coming Soon

Now that Avengers: Endgame is slowly disappearing from our rearview mirror – though it’s hardly forgotten – Marvel fans are desperate to know what’s coming down the pipeline. After the deaths of a few key characters (not to mention one power-hungry villain), things are going to look a lot different moving forward. Spider-Man: Far From Home has already teased the introduction of the Multiverse (along with a few new baddies), and for some time, fans have already been aware that new Black Panther, Doctor Strange and Guardians of the Galaxy films are in the works, among others.

Earlier this month, Disney CEO Bob Iger teased that Marvel Studios was preparing their own announcement on what the future of the McU holds and also spilled a bit of information on movie release dates. While the House of Mouse has yet to formally announce any films, we know there are (at least) eight in the pipeline,
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Avengers 5 Rumored To Release In July 2022

Much to the surprise of no one, Avengers: Endgame is crushing the global box office right now, with the film closing in quickly on Avatar as it just hit $2.5 billion. Money aside though, fans are absolutely loving it and it’s also received the critics’ stamp of approval, proving that Marvel Studios is Kryptonite to bad reviews. All in all, it’s the perfect sendoff to an era of superhero films that hit all the right notes.

Of course, Avengers: Endgame also provided finality for many of its heroes and you shouldn’t expect to see the original team that was first assembled in Joss Whedon’s The Avengers together again. In fact, even Robert Downey Jr. said on Jimmy Kimmel Live! that “the [Avengers’] future’s very uncertain.”

Of course, this doesn’t mean Marvel won’t be pushing ahead with a new incarnation of the team, as we reported
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Exhibition explores influence of Marvel

Over 300 original artefacts on display at an exhibition here include iconic comics, costumes and props ranging from the earliest Marvel comic books to original theatrical costumes of 'Black Panther' and 'Captain America'.

The Franklin Institute is hosting 'Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes', an exhibit highlighting the history, influence and excitement of the iconic comic book publisher and entertainment company. It can be seen through September 2.

In Marvel's 80th anniversary year, when "Avengers: Endgame" has earned record-breaking box office numbers, the exhibition celebrates decades of the publisher's visual and cultural impact.

"Marvel has always been a reflection of the world outside your window, and one of its most compelling messages has always been, that anyone - regardless of race, religion or gender - can be a superhero," Brian Crosby, Creative Director of Marvel Themed Entertainment, said in a statement.

The exhibition traces how Marvel's stories have responded
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Is This How Marvel Will Bring Killmonger Back For Black Panther 2?

Michael B. Jordan’s Erik Killmonger was one of the best villains the McU has seen to date. As much as I love the franchise, it’s perhaps safe to say that its villains aren’t particularly memorable. There are obvious exceptions like Thanos (and I have a big soft spot for Michael Keaton’s Vulture), but Killmonger had a powerful political dimension that made Black Panther feel like a smarter superhero movie than most. His revolutionary plans to distribute Wakandan technology to people of color around the world was so convincing that many viewers sympathized with his plans – with a meme that “Killmonger was right” doing the rounds on the film’s release.

He also got an extremely heroic death. After a battle with T’Challa, he was stabbed in the belly and was slowly bleeding out. Despite knowing that he could be saved by Wakandan technology, he watched
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Will ‘Avengers: Endgame’ be Marvel’s 3rd winner at the MTV Movie and TV Awards? It still wouldn’t match the ‘Twilight’ saga

Will ‘Avengers: Endgame’ be Marvel’s 3rd winner at the MTV Movie and TV Awards? It still wouldn’t match the ‘Twilight’ saga
The 2019 MTV Movie and TV Award nominations were announced on May 14 with “Avengers: Endgame” leading the way with four bids, tied with TV’s “Game of Thrones” and the documentary “Rbg.” Now you can predict the winners in all 16 categories here in our predictions center. If “Endgame” wins Best Movie it would be the third film from the Marvel Cinematic Universe to take top honors, but even then it wouldn’t be the most awarded franchise in history. That honor would still belong to “Twilight.”

These awards are decided by fans voting for the winners online, so franchises with especially passionate fan bases tend to dominate. “The Lord of the Rings” won Best Movie for all three of its installments: “The Fellowship of the Ring” at the 2002 awards, “The Two Towers” in 2003 and “The Return of the King” in 2004. Then the “Twilight” movies won four times in a row: for
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