Now, it seems, since the two have been vacationing a lot together — like going to Cuba and Ireland — there have been rumors that they might end up moving in together. Reportedly, Ben Affleck bought a “dad pad” back in 2018, complete with a playhouse, swimming pool, and slides for his kids. So if she were to move in, that would likely be the place.
Wow. I have to admit that looks dead on and that Carla Gugino would fit the Catwoman role like a glove. That said, while Zack Snyder has teased the possible appearance of Catwoman in Justice League, there’s been no clear confirmation that Carla Gugino will be playing her. Still, if Zack Snyder wants Catwoman in Justice League, it would make sense for him to pick Carla Gugino. He even previously admitted on a podcast that she would be a great choice.
Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3 – TBD
At some point in the not-so-distant future, we will pick up where we left off with the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s most complicated and unorthodox team when James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 finally drops in theaters. At this time, what the movie is about, when it takes place, or even how Peter Quill’s (Chris Pratt) involvement in the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder will have an impact on the highly-anticipated threequel is unknown, but judging by the previous two movies in the franchise, not to mention the team’s appearances in the two most recent Avengers movies, we’re definitely in for a good time.
During a conversation with Yahoo back in late 2019, Karen Gillan, who had read some of James Gunn’s script (or at least a version of it at the time) made it sound like fans are in for one hell of a ride when Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 eventually finds its way to theaters, stating:
In typical Dwayne Johnson fashion, this post seems like a genuine form of congratulations for the man now wearing the “sexiest crown.” But he’s also performing a subtle flex, reminding fans that he, too, has reached the upper echelons of sexiness. That last bit, where he says he “concedes nothing,” is especially interesting, given that it feels somewhat relative to what’s going on in the world of US politics.
Having visited Walt Disney World during this mask-going period, I can confirm that ahead of the Hall of Presidents show a cast member did straight up tell people to stay socially distanced, only sit in chairs that were clearly marked and keep their masks on. The implication at the time was that the show would be stopped if the rules weren’t followed, so hearing that this happened in real time makes sense. However, it does make it clear that cast members are not messing around when it comes to the new rules, even if it means stopping the magic for a minute or two.
Pro: There’s More Humor To Mine From Napoleon Dynamite’s Middle-America Awkwardness, Particularly As A Fledgling Adult
As noted earlier, now that Napoleon Dynamite will be well into adulthood, there’s more humor to mine from his awkward, humble-minded surroundings in this sequel. The original’s success wasn’t based solely on our geeky lead’s goofy perspective. Rather, it’s the strange Middle America environment he inhabits.
While we’ve gotten a glimpse at the adults who live inside this peculiar cinematic world, we haven’t interacted with them much. Through this sequel, which explores what Dynamite is like as a fledgling adult, we’ll get a look at the other side of the coin and see how the unsophisticated adults act with their peers in their “normal” day-to-day lives.
Personally, I’d be curious to see Napoleon returning to his high school reunion either as a new adult with something to prove or as the same dweeb he was before, while everyone he once knew has changed drastically — for better or worse.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (Movie #2) — $423,315,812 domestic, $1,066,179,725 global
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (Movie #3) — $309,420,425 domestic, $960,996,492
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (Movie #1) — $305,413,918 domestic, $654,264,015 global
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (Movie #4) — $241,071,802 domestic, $1,045,713,802
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Movie #5) — $172,558,876 domestic, $794,861,794 global
That date didn’t work either — and Warner Bros. once again push Wonder Woman 1984 back, though with an undetermined release date. With no definitive end to the pandemic in sight, there’s been a lot of speculation in the weeks since as to what the studio’s strategy would be. Many wondered whether the movie would be pushed back to 2021 or if it would even hit theaters at all.
The Ocean’s Eleven movies are a ton of fun. They may not be the best thing anyone involved has done, but they’re fun movies that keep your attention, probably because everyone involved is so clearly having a great time. Their attitudes are infectious, and as a viewer, you just want to be along for the ride. You can feel all those real life friendships and the care they have for each other. Plus, many of them are incredible actors with great chemistry; so, that helps too.
Additional Upcoming Jake Gyllenhaal Producing Credits:
In addition to his extensive list of upcoming acting credits, Jake Gyllenhaal is also slated to produce a number of forthcoming films. Next, Gyllenhaal is a producer on Joe Bell, starring Mark Wahlberg, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September with its original title, Good Joe Bell. The reviews weren’t especially kind (including my own), so it’s not surprising to learn that the filmmakers are re-editing the heavily-criticized drama prior to its February 19th, 2021 release date. Additionally, Gyllenhaal is also a producer on Breaking News in Yuba County, the newest movie from director Tate Taylor (The Help), which is currently slated to be released on January 22nd, 2021.
Furthermore, Jake Gyllenhaal is also set to produce Gilded Rage, an upcoming crime drama from director Charlie McDowell (The One I Love). Certainly, even when he’s not acting, Gyllenhaal keeps himself plenty busy.