Gareth Edwards Breaks Silence on Directing Jurassic World 4: ‘This Opportunity Is Like a Dream to Me’

Rogue One and Godzilla director Gareth Edwards has now broken his silence over helming the next installment in the Jurassic World franchise. The announcement that Edwards will take the reins of the dinosaur action series was only made recently, with Edwards discussing his appointment while attending a Collider FYC event for his recent movie, The…

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Edge of Tomorrow 2 Talks Are Happening, Tom Cruise Could Join Quentin Tarantino’s Final Movie

The long-awaited sequel to the 2014’s sci-fi action sequel, Edge of Tomorrow, moves closer towards actually, really, finally happening, as mysterious “sources” have claimed that discussions are taking place. According to a report by Variety, Warner Bros. is hoping to get Tom Cruise to once again take the lead in Edge of Tomorrow 2, which…

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Jenna Ortega Confirms Who She Is Playing in Beetlejuice 2

Jenna Ortega has confirmed her role in the upcoming horror comedy sequel, Beetlejuice Beetlejuice, revealing that she will indeed play the daughter of Winona Ryder’s Lydia Deetz. Speaking with Vanity Fair, Ortega kept a lot of the details close to her chest, but was able to divulge that her character, Astrid, will be “weird, but…

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Superman: Legacy Logo Revealed During First Table Read for DCU Reboot

We may have gotten our first look at the Superman symbol that will be adorned by David Corenswet in the upcoming DCU reboot, Superman: Legacy. Glimpsed via the Instagram story of star Isabela Merced, who will portray DC superhero Hawkgirl in the movie, the logo was displayed on the actress’ name tag during the recent…

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Charlie Sheen and Zach Braff Could Be in Extended Family Season 2

Some call it fan service, but one of the most fun parts of being a pop culture fanatic is when a surprise guest turns up in an episode of television or a film. It’s even better when the guest appearance or supporting character has some real-life connection and meaning behind the scenes to the project…

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The Crow Remake Replaces John Wick Spin-Off Ballerina in Lionsgate Summer Release Shake-Up

The eagerly awaited John Wick spinoff, Ballerina, starring Ana de Armas, has seen its release date shift from a very busy summer 2024 to June 6, 2025, with Lionsgate’s remake of The Crow flying into the vacated slot to release on June 7, 2024.

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Oppenheimer Star Begged to be in The Fantastic Four: "I’ll Do Anything Marvel Tells Me"

David Krumholtz, known for his roles in Oppenheimer and The Santa Clause, recently revealed that he begged to have a role in Marvel Studios The Fantastic Four movie, and hasn’t given up on nabbing a role in the MCU in the future. Speaking in an interview with Entertainment Weekly about his deep-seated love for comic…

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Hilary Swank Denies Cobra Kai Cameo in Final Season Despite Creator’s Hints

Cobra Kai never dies, but those hopes for Julie Pierce’s return sure have. Oscar-winning actress Hilary Swank (who co-stars with Reacher‘s Alan Ritchson in the new film, Ordinary Angels) was rumored to be reprising her role as Mr. Miyagi’s (Pat Morita) other star student in the sixth and final season of Cobra Kai. The streaming…

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The Mandalorian & Grogu Reportedly Has Only a Fraction of Rise of Skywalker’s Budget

The Star Wars franchise is looking to continue expanding the era of The Mandalorian with the imaginatively titled The Mandalorian & Grogu. However, unlike many other movies in the Star Wars saga, and indeed the world of big franchise movies in general, the film will reportedly not be getting the $300 million plus budget given…

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Zendaya & Mike Faist Dish on the Steamy Sex Scenes in Challengers

Zendaya is stepping into a more mature arena than her role as the MCU’s MJ in Tom Holland’s Spider-Man movies with her new film, Challengers, which is finally heading towards its release after several delays. Now, a new trailer, which can be seen above, has delivered another look at the steamy sports drama.

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