Several years ago, three more Fast and Furious film were conformed, that will bring the franchise to the nice round number of 10. With the ninth film in the bag, there’s just one more Fast and Furious film confirmed, although, additional spinoffs are always possible, and if everybody involved is still interested and the fans keep coming back, the possibility for even more in the main series is always there.
When one Star Wars fan asked Gary Witta if there were ever any Return of the Jedi references that never made it in Rogue One, he had a massive one to share. As he states, Admiral Ackbar was going to have a significant role in the climax of the anthology film. He was going to lead the orbital attack! But J.J. Abrams nabbed the character first for The Force Awakens and apparently they couldn’t share.
Last year, Captain Marvel, Carol Danvers’ Marvel Cinematic Universe debut, joined the franchise’s billion dollar club, and at last summer San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige confirmed a sequel was in development. We hadn’t heard much about the project since then, but half a year later, word’s come in that Captain Marvel 2 is indeed moving forward, and it already has some talent attached.
According to Deadline, Matt Damon will play Denny Malone in the upcoming re-team-up with James Mangold. In the book, Denny becomes involved in a major corruption scandal involving Harlem drug gangs, mobsters, dirty cops and federal investigators. The detective is offered a deal to testify against his team in order to save his own skin.
Jungle 2 Jungle
Jungle 2 Jungle is one of those movies that feels like it’s made up. A man travels to Venezuela to divorce his first wife, only to learn she had a son shortly after their separation who has been raised within the native Amazon tribe she’s living with. The boy is encouraged to go to New York City, retrieve fire from the Statue of Liberty and return home as a tribe leader. Tim Allen’s character, who only just met his son, agrees to take him to New York for an adventure that, against all odds, works out for the better. Trying to explain this movie makes it even weirder, though one could watch through without thinking and potentially not be alerted by the weirdness.
While speaking alongside Adam Driver, Shia LaBeouf, Robert De Niro, Tom Hanks and Jamie Foxx in THR’s Actors’ Roundtable, Adam Sandler explained the “lighter” feel on the sets of his comedies that he continues to enjoy. However, he did particularly love the challenge found on a drama set such as Uncut Gems. He talked about the excitement of reading a sharp script and going to different emotional places when Sandler moves over to drama.
It’s also worth noting that that 83 million figure only refers to households, so multiple viewers on the same account still only count as one. As such, when you factor in that and that lots of people may have watched this movie with others all gathered around the television, even more people could have seen the Bayhem on the small screen. Regardless, it is clear that a lot of people streamed 6 Underground.
So per Jeff Groth’s comments to Collider, Bradley Cooper’s assistance was invaluable on Joker, which he produced through the company he runs with director Todd Phillips, Joint Effort. Obviously Phillips was much more intricately involved with the making of Joker, but when it came to picking out small details, Cooper shined brightly, Groth continued:
The Heat (2013)
Between Bridesmaids, Spy, Ghostbusters and A Simple Favor, Paul Feig has certainly championed some impressive films of many genres… and fronted by women this time. Following the massive success of 2011’s Bridesmaids, Feig made a hilarious buddy comedy with Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock. Following the true formula, Bullock is a straight-laced FBI agent and McCarthy is a messy Boston street cop. When they work together on a case, the results are really fun.
From the trailers, you can see how The Gentlemen has an absolutely bonkers tone. The movie deals with high stakes and violence, as different criminal kingpins attempt to negotiate their way into a giant marijuana empire across the pond. Plenty of shady characters pop up, each of which has their own set of hilarious and cruel insults. In order to ensure the best lines ultimately made it into the theatrical cut, Guy Ritchie switched up the dialogue from what was originally on the page.