Spider-Woman and Miles Morales Films in the Works, Says ‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ Producers

Producers behind the "Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse" trilogy have revealed exciting plans for the future of the franchise. During the film's premiere in Los Angeles, Amy Pascal, one of the producers, announced that a Spider-Woman movie and a live-action Miles Morales film are currently in development. Pascal assured fans that these projects are happening, and... Continue Reading →

Elizabeth Olsen Confirms Daniel Craig’s Intended Role as Balder the Brave in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

In a recent interview on the Happy, Sad, Confused podcast with Josh Horowitz, Elizabeth Olsen confirmed the long-standing rumors that Daniel Craig was originally slated to appear alongside her as Balder the Brave in last year's Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Despite Craig's noncommittal stance on the matter, Olsen became the first on-screen... Continue Reading →

Fast and Furious Franchise’s Global Success Continues, but Domestic Reception Falters

The Fast and Furious franchise has established itself as a global phenomenon, captivating audiences with its high-octane action and thrilling storylines. However, the latest installment, Fast X, experienced a lukewarm reception at the domestic box office, while international audiences flocked to theaters in record numbers. This article explores the franchise's international success, and its historical... Continue Reading →

Headlines: House of the Dragon Filming, Secret Invasion Posters, and Gaming Showcases

https://youtube.com/shorts/hfRKvXcybas?feature=share Spoiler Alert: HotD Filming Leaks Reveal Two Major Moments from the Book House of the Dragon Season 2 leak is teasing the aftermath of two pivotal moments from George R.R. Martin's Fire & Blood novel. Shared by Redanian Intelligence, behind-the-scenes footage unveils a funeral procession in King's Landing, hinting at the consequences of Prince... Continue Reading →

SAG-AFTRA Members to Vote on Strike Authorization Ahead of Contract Negotiations

SAG-AFTRA's national board unanimously recommended that its members authorize a strike as they prepare for negotiations on a new film and TV contract. The union, representing over 160,000 entertainment and media professionals, made the announcement on its website in anticipation of the upcoming TV/Theatrical Contract negotiations with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers... Continue Reading →

Major TV Studios Suspend Overall Deals in Response to Writers’ Strike

The ongoing writers' strike is already affecting overall deals as major TV studios, including Warner Bros. Television, Universal Studio Group, CBS Studios, and Disney Television Studios’ 20th Television and ABC Signature, have started sending out letters to writer/producers under overall agreements, informing them that their deals are being suspended. While some studios have specified areas... Continue Reading →

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 Opens to $114M

Disney/Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 has exceeded expectations, holding strong with a weekend total of $38.8m, down only 20% from its opening on Friday and previews at $48.2m. This opening weekend figure will bring the James Gunn-directed Marvel Cinematic Universe swan song to $114m, higher than the projected $110m predicted earlier in the week. While some have expressed concerns about superhero fatigue,... Continue Reading →

New Oppenheimer Trailer

The new trailer for Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer features Cillian Murphy as J. Robert Oppenheimer, the American physicist known as the father of the atomic bomb, in more footage. The film follows Oppenheimer's work on the Manhattan Project, America's secret nuclear weapon program during World War 2. The trailer shows tense moments leading up to the... Continue Reading →

Hollywood Writers Go on Strike

Thousands of unionized writers in Hollywood went on strike early Tuesday, effectively halting television production. High-stakes talks between the Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) failed to avert the first walkout in over 15 years. The writers' union claims that in the streaming era, they are... Continue Reading →

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