Iger is Back as Disney’s Boss

Bob Chapek - Former Disney CEO Bob Iger is back as CEO of Disney after just two years. He is replacing Bob Chapek who drew some heat recently when he announced major cuts and layoffs throughout the company. Chapek's two-year run focused on recovery after a pandemic, a series of published issues, and a slip... Continue Reading →

New The Matrix Resurrections Character Posters

Hype continues to build for December's The Matrix Resurrections. The studio released new character posters for Matrix's cast. We see both vets Neo and Trinity, but also a slew of new characters to the franchise. Jonathan Groff Eréndira Ibarra Priyanka Chopra Jonas Neil Patrick Harris Jessica Henwick Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Carrie-Anne Moss Keanu Reeves The... Continue Reading →

Kojima Production Launches New TV/Film Studio

Kojima Productions launches a new music, TV, and film studio. The studio will bring some of Kojima's legendary games to other media. Some games already in the conversation are Death Stranding, Metal Gear, and Silent Hills. The new studio will be led by 28-year Sony vet, Riley Russel. "The team has as its charter, the... Continue Reading →

WB Reveals New Brawl Game, MultiVersus

The rumored WB Brawling game is revealed! WB's MultiVersus pits Warner Bros. IPs against each other. They are also tweaking the brawling genre to create unique gameplay. Players are encouraged to work in pairs, sharing utility abilities with their teammates. They are also removing the "pain points," used in Smash Bros to increase the dominant... Continue Reading →

‘The Batman’ Synopsis Revealed

Warner Bros released the official synopsis for 'The Batman' revealing the film's tone. "THE BATMAN is an edgy, action-packed thriller that depicts Batman in his early years, struggling to balance rage with righteousness as he investigates a disturbing mystery that has terrorized Gotham. Robert Pattinson delivers a raw, intense portrayal of Batman as a disillusioned,... Continue Reading →

Sandman and Lizard Return for Next Spider-Man

The Spider-Man: No Way Home roster continues to grow. Haden Church's Sandman and Rhys Ifans' Lizard are confirmed for the new film according to Empire Magazine. They join Electro, Vulture, Doc Ock, Green Goblin, and more. Sandman was last seen in 2007's Spider-Man 3, which served as the character's origin story. Lizard/Dr. Curt Connors popped... Continue Reading →

Dune Part 2 is a GO!

Dune: Part 2 is greenlit at Legendary and Warner Bros! After both the positive reviews and box-office numbers, the next step is Paul's journey is underway. https://twitter.com/Legendary/status/1453058884516466691?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1453058884516466691%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fdeadline.com%2F2021%2F10%2Fdune-sequel-greenlit-by-legendary-warner-bros-theatrical-release-1234862383%2F “I just received news from Legendary that we are officially moving forward with Dune: Part Two. It was a dream of mine to adapt Frank Herbert’s Dune, and I have the... Continue Reading →

Marvel Delays Many Future Movies

New dates for delayed Marvel movies: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness – Delayed from March 25, 2022, to May 6, 2022Thor: Love and Thunder - Delayed from May 6, 2022, to July 8, 2022Black Panther: Wakanda Forever - Delayed from July 8, 2022, to November 11, 2022Indiana Jones 5 - Delayed from July... Continue Reading →

IATSE Vote ‘Yes’ on Strike Authorization

IATSE voted 'Yes' today, authorizing a strike. The authorization gives the power to President Matthew Loeb the ability to call a strike for 60,000 members. 90% of members came out to vote, and the strike won with 98%. Some of the issues being negotiated are "streaming compensation, benefits, and work hours." The call for change... Continue Reading →

Shang-Chi’s Strong Opening Weekend

Shang-Chi Shang-Chi's opening numbers offer some light at the end of the tunnel for the theater industry. The film raked in $71 million in domestic box office sales last weekend. That does not include Labor Day earnings of $19 million. The totals are not outstanding but, when put in context, are impressive. Shang-Chi and the... Continue Reading →

DC Fandome Returns this October

DC Comics announced today the return of DC Fandome, a two-day event revealing what is next for the company, is returning October 16th. Last year Fandome had trailers, comic book announcements, casting news, and much more. We can expect the same from Fandome 2021. DC has already released a few teasers of what to expect. ... Continue Reading →

Top 5 Steven Spielberg Movies

*This is part of our "Geek Freaks: Happy Campers" series. We will be posting news again starting August 16th once the team is back in the office. When I see Spielberg is attached to a film, I'll give it a shot. Looking at his filmography, it's a safe bet. This list, like many others, will... Continue Reading →

Top 5 DC Movies

*This is part of our "Geek Freaks: Happy Campers" series. We will be posting news again starting August 16th once the team is back in the office. Today we are looking at Top 5 DC movies. In recent years, the brand has suffered from poor showings. But full-length DC films have been around since 1951,... Continue Reading →

Lucasfilm Hires YouTube Deepfaker

*The Mandalorian Season 2 Spoilers Lucasfilm hires YouTuber, Shamook, best known for fixing Mandalorian's Season 2 finale. At the end of The Mandalorian season 2, Luke Skywalker flies in to save the day. After demolishing robotic Dark Troopers, Skywalkers takes Grogu (Baby Yoda) for Jedi training. An epic moment was forgotten by the lackluster CGI... Continue Reading →

New Star Trek Finds Its Director

According to Deadline, a new Star Trek film enters warp speed at Paramount after finding its director and writers. Matt Shakman of WandaVision is set to direct the new Star Trek film. He'll work with JJ Abrams' Bad Robot production company. Shakeman has been a rising star following the success of WandaVision. Hopefully, he can... Continue Reading →

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