Universal Studios Orlando May Have A New Plan For Super Nintendo Land Following Epic Universe Delay

It also seems likely, though this is pure speculation, that the agreement between Universal and Nintendo requires Universal to actually produce attractions by a certain date to avoid losing the licensing rights, and so it’s probably in the resort’s best interests to do something sooner rather than later. The Nintendo land at Universal’s park in Japan is ready to open, and a smaller version of the land is currently under construction in California, but assuming Epic Universe gets built at all, it could be a decade at this point before it’s done, and that’s a long time to wait for the east coast.

Dune Director Explains How Pandemic Has ‘Crushed’ His Schedule

While most of the filming of Dune may have been completed, producing something of the scope and size of a movie at this level basically can’t be done without reshoots, and Denis Villeneuve recently confirmed to Indiewire that he was planning to go back out and do some additional filming, that then needed to be put on hold due to the pandemic. The reshoots are actually on the schedule now, so they will be able to happen, but then needing to integrate them into the movie, and complete any post-production work is going to likely mean working right up to the last minute to finish Dune. According to Villeneuve…

Looks Like Mark Hamill Approves Of Star Wars’ Titles Being Swapped

Mark Hamill’s post comes from his personal Twitter page, which the iconic actor regularly uses to directly communicate with the fans. So it should come as no surprise that once the viral video about Star Wars titles started making its way around the internet, it would eventually catch the attention of Luke Skywalker himself. After all, he’s the galaxy’s biggest cheerleader, on top of playing the franchise hero.

The entire Skywalker Saga is currently streaming on Disney+. You can use this link to sign up for the streaming service.

Looks Like Mark Hamill Approves Of Star Wars’ Titles Being Swapped

Mark Hamill’s post comes from his personal Twitter page, which the iconic actor regularly uses to directly communicate with the fans. So it should come as no surprise that once the viral video about Star Wars titles started making its way around the internet, it would eventually catch the attention of Luke Skywalker himself. After all, he’s the galaxy’s biggest cheerleader, on top of playing the franchise hero.

The entire Skywalker Saga is currently streaming on Disney+. You can use this link to sign up for the streaming service.

Jurassic World: Dominion’s Sam Neill Reunites With An ‘Old Friend’ In Sweet Post

Jurassic World: Dominion is set to be a pretty big movie if you’re any sort of fan of this franchise. It will be the finale of the Jurassic World trilogy, but beyond that, it will also be bringing back the three stars of the original Jurassic Park for the first time since that influential film debuted in 1993. Sam Neill, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum will all be back, and so will one thing that Sam Neill has apparently been missing, his hat.

James Gunn Shoots Down The Suicide Squad Rumor About Poison Ivy

Poison Ivy is a massively popular DC villain, and fans are definitely eager to see the character join the DC Extended Universe. But it’s currently unclear exactly when this might happen. While James Gunn has seemingly ruled out her possible appearance in The Suicide Squad, there are a few alternate choices to bring the femme fatale back to the big screen. We’ll just have to see if The Batman gets a sequel, and if the Gotham City Sirens movie ever comes to fruition.

Watch A Disney World Employee Tell Riders They Should Stay In Splash Mountain Log Flume As It’s Sinking

Skyelar Ingersoll and her friends have been vocal in their displeasure with the initial cast member who asked them to stay in the boat, however, in an interview with OrlandoHols.com, Skyelar was much more complimentary of the other Walt Disney World cast members they spoke with after the incident. It’s unclear what, if anything, the resort is doing for the group as an apology for the incident, but Walt Disney World frequently will throw some sort of accommodation at anybody who has been unreasonably inconvenienced.

Every Kevin Smith Movie, Ranked

2. Dogma (1999)

Despite its overlong runtime, sharp tonal shifts, and poor pacing, Dogma remains one of Kevin Smith’s smartest, boldest, most inspired films, particularly following its Catholic church controversy. With its all-star ensemble, including Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Chris Rock, Alan Rickman, and Selma Hayek, and its ultimately more-devout-than-not look at religion (despite its constant irreverence otherwise), Dogma blends Smith’s lowbrow comedy with his clever, unsuspecting intellectualism to produce an entertaining, involving portrait of faith in a corrupt world.

If you weren’t already on board with the View Askewniverse, this isn’t the place to start. But it’s one of Smith’s most impressive, commendable works, finding ways to balance heady conversations about one’s place in the universe with an extended fight sequence involving a poop monster. Plus, Alanis Morissette plays God herself. What more could anyone want?