If you haven’t seen M. Night Shyamalan’s Split by now, you probably ought to skip this until you have. But you’ve also probably already heard most of the discourse around that movie and its upcoming sequel, which means you probably already know that Split is actually something of a sequel to Shyamalan’s 2000 movie Unbreakable, and Glass is something of a sequel to both. Which is why it should come as no surprise that two more Unbreakable characters are being added to the mix in Glass.
There’s a lot of weird stuff going on with the upcoming solo outing for The Flash. It’s been through approximately 70,000 directors at this point, and we’re not exactly sure what it will be about. Or are we? During this summer’s Comic Con, Warner Bros. might have tipped their hand in a DCEU sizzle reel: the title for the Flash movie, until now just referred to as The Flash, shows up as “Flashpoint,” a reference to a game-changing comic crossover from 2011 that introduced a sinister alternate universe where the Justice League ends up battling each other.
From a Certain Point of View is a new Star Wars anthology book comprised of a number of short stories told from perspectives all over the galaxy far, far away, from Stormtroopers to X-wing pilots to one helmeted bounty hunter. If you’re one of those people who prefers to listen to your books, good news: the voice cast for the audiobook version of this anthology is pretty stellar.
Thor: Ragnarok changes the game for the entire Asgard family. Hela, goddess of death, attacks the entire realm (and might succeed in destroying it), Thor gets booted off into the multiverse and lands on a hellish gladiator planet, and he and the Hulk, his former teammate, are pitted against each other in an arena. Thor also loses his hair, his flowy cape, and — gasp — his hammer!
The Hellboy movie has had an intriguing start, with the disappointing news that Guillermo del Toro wasn’t finishing his trilogy, to a bunch of exciting casting announcements, to one not-so-exciting cast addition, to that actor backing out, to a better choice being in talks (which were confirmed today). More good news: we finally know what David Harbour’s Son of the Fallen One looks like. And he’s pretty scary.
We don’t know when Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is coming out, but we know that it’s happening, and happening soon. And director James Gunn seems to have hinted at a possible 2020 release date, which would put it right in line with the other evenly-spaced Guardians movies, the first of which came out in 2014, and the second arrived this year.
The Han Solo movie continues its production with a brand new face today, as Ron Howard has just added Paul Bettany to the film. The director made the announcement on Twitter, where he tweeted a photo of himself a Bettany on the set.
James Wan’s Aquaman hasn’t been plagued with any weird rumors or high-profile exits so far, and actually seems to be going, well, swimmingly. Wan has described the shoot as “super complicated,” even out of the water, but Aquaman seems to be in a league of its own. Which may be because it’s in practically a different world from the rest of the DCEU — or, as Wan apparently described it on set, “Star Wars underwater.”
It looks like the Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel is about to get the whole band back together. Tom Holland, obviously, will be reprising his role as the web-slinger, and director Jon Watts is already in talks for the next one. Today it was announced that screenwriters Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers will be returning to write the sequel, which is a very smart move from Marvel considering how well this summer’s movie was received.
With Force Friday comes the “Journey to The Last Jedi” expansion of the Star Wars universe: a whole slew of novels and comics that will provide the backstories and fleshings-out of many of our favorite new trilogy characters. One of those, Captain Phasma, will be getting her own novel titled Phasma, which will explain a little more of just how exactly Brienne of Tarth came to join the First Order.
Almost two decades after making the first Jay and Silent Bob solo flick, Kevin Smith is returning to the View Askewniverse with Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, which he announced was happening about six months ago. Now, it looks like his Supergirl schedule is giving him the break he needs to start shooting his new movie, which officially begins production this fall.
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