Arnold Schwarzenegger is opening up to fans about the upcoming Terminator 6 film, and we're learning some new tidbits about it. While visiting fans at a hotel in Birmingham, England for a fan event called: An Experience With Arnold Schwarzenegger he told TheTerminatorFans.com that "Linda Hamilton is currently training."
That confirms what we learned already this week, that Hamilton will appear in the new Terminator film, it also means that she has already started training for the production. Arnold also revealed that "Terminator 6 will not be called Terminator 6, it will have another name."
I think that is obvious, and kind of a relief. What a lame title anyway. But it will be a sequel to Terminator 2: Judgement Day and that it "It’s going to ignore Genisys."
He also said that "Robert Patrick will not be involved." This makes sense because the T-1000 was killed off in T2 and although it would be cool to see him again, I think a new villain is a much better idea at this point.
Schwarzenegger went on to tell the fans that the movie will definitely start filming in March and in "around 14 days" the script will be finished. He says the story has been crafted by Cameron himself.
Schwarzenegger ended his session telling fans that Triplets should be his next movie after Terminator 6.
These are all kind of fun nuggets of information, let's just hope all the pieces fall in the right place and we get a Terminator movie that we have all been waiting for.
You know that feeling when you were a kid, the night before Christmas, when you could see all the presents sitting under the tree waiting for you to tear into them? THAT is how most Star Wars fans are about to feel now, because writer/director Rian Johnson just tweeted that Star Wars: The Last Jedi is finished! Now that we know the movie is done, and is just sitting there, waiting for millions of eyeballs to watch it, the anticipation is just multiplying. The only difference between this and Christmas Eve is that we have to wait MONTHS and not hours before we get to open our gift.
Johnson was asked by twitter user @IndianaJedi (I know, could be a better username) is he was "all done, or just [had] VFX/sound?" To which Johnson simply replied:
A lot of people are interested in MoviePass now that the service dropped its price to $9.95 per month. The service claims that its customers can see a movie everyday of the month as long as they pay the monthly fee. So how does it work? what's the catch? Is this a scam? I finally got my card and put the service to the test. Here is the MoviePass service explained:
It seems like each week new photos from Star Wars: The Last Jedi trickle out onto the internet, giving new looks at our favorite characters from a galaxy far, far away! Earlier today several new photos popped up on Business Insider. Captain Phasma, Luke, Rey and General Hux lookin' sharp and ready for action.
It’s always a nice surprise to see new images and high-resolution images pop up from out of nowhere. Star Wars: The Last Jedi arrives in theaters in less than 3 months!
Kingsman: The Golden Circle explodes into theaters this weekend and so far most reviews have not been too kind, but not horrible. The good news is, if you want more Kingsman in your life, you’re in luck because director Matthew Vaughn wants to make a third installment of Kingsman and then some spinoffs to boot.
Vaughn and 20th Century Fox are drawing up plans to make one more sequel before branching off into standalone character spin-offs. Vaughn recently told CinemaBlend that he has more Kingsman stories to tell:
"I think there’s a story in my head which will be finished by the end of the next one. And then after that then, of course, there could be Statesman movies, there could be spinoff character films. The universe could continue with new agents. Or, you know, Colin (Firth) could become Arthur (…) or new characters could come in. Or new kids get trained. There’s so many options, but I also think it’s better not to be too greedy."
Vaughn hasn't revealed yet which characters could get their own spinoffs, and there is also a possibility that they could make a movie/movies that take place before the Kingsman trilogy.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle opens in theaters on September 22. WOuld you want to see some more Kingsman movies!?
We've already known that HBO was developing a few possible Game of Thrones spinoff series, but now EW is reporting that a fifth prequel series in the works and Game of Thrones co-executive producer Bryan Cogman is writing a drama series follow-up to the cable TV blockbuster. Cogman worked closely with George R.R. Martin when developing the project.
Since GoT showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss are not involved with the prequels, Cogman is arguably the next-best possible option for the show.
Cogman has been with Game of Thrones since season 1 when he started on the production as an assistant to Benioff and Weiss. Cogman has written plenty of great episodes along the way and ranks as the show’s third-most prolific writer.
“‘If [Dan and David] have been the kings of Westeros for these past seven seasons, Bryan Cogman has surely been the Prince of Dragonstone … Bryan’s series will be an adaptation, and one that will thrill most fans of the books, I think, set during a very exciting period of Westerosi history. And I’ll be working with him every step of the way … we could possibly see two or even three make it to the pilot stage, with one series emerging on air in 2019 or 2020.”
In a 2011 interview with Westeros.org, Cogman explained how he joined the series and described the first time he read A Song of Ice and Fire.
“I immediately fell in love with the book from page one, as most people do. It’s probably the most fun I’ve ever had reading anything. It’s inspired storytelling, that’s all there is to it, and the characters are so rich, the themes are so varied. I love it.”
Little is known about the story on any of the new GoT projects except that all of them are set before the events in Game of Thrones and do not involve any members of the current cast.
Game of Thrones is expected to return to HBO for its final season in either late 2018 or 2019.
Since taking the reigns on the Untitled Han Solo movie, Ron Howard has been giving us plenty of behind the scenes looks without revealing any major story points. But Howard's most recent tweet might just be teasing that the film might include the smuggler's famous 12-parsec Kessel Run.
In the photo he tweeted, you can clearly tell its some sort of underground facility, or mine. Along with the caption "spicey" it instantly cues memories of the spice mines of Kessel from the Star Wars films.
In Star Wars: A New Hope, Han Solo brags to Obi-Wan Kenobi about how his ship made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs. And since the spinoff film takes place before the events of the original film, it is very possible that we'll see the famous journey unfold over the course of the film.
Until the movie comes out the best we can do is make presumptions about these breadcrumbs that Howard has been dropping since the day he took over.
The Han Solo spinoff film will hit theaters on May 25, 2018.
Now that we've seen the trailer for Tomb Raider, Warner Bros. are giving us a behind-the-scenes sneak peek at how Academy Award Winner Alicia Vikander transformed herself into the iconic video game adventurer Lara Croft. In the three-minute clip, we see how Vikander trained her body and mind to prepare for the role. We also see that she did a lot of stunt work.
As a fan of the newest wave of Tomb Raider games, I can't help but notice the filmmakers attention to detail. And from this clip, you can tell they put a lot of work into the movie.
The Han Solo spinoff has had its fair share of difficulties over the past few months. Along with those changes came a tsunami of rumors and speculation as to why directors Lord and Miller were let go. But now a new rumor about the troubled Lucasfilm movie suggests that someone much more menacing may be appearing in the spinoff.
This is your final warning, move beyond this point and you will be reading possible spoilers.
A few months ago, there was speculation that a certain villain might be making an appearance in the Han Solo Star Wars spinoff, when the actor who played Darth Vader in Rogue One dropped out of a convention appearance, reportedly because he was filming a role in “the newest film in the Star Wars universe.” Lucasfilm never actually confirmed Wilding’s involvement in any Star Wars movie that was in production, and Wilding even said reports of his involvement were false. But now TheHashtagShow.com is reporting that everyone’s favorite dark lord of the Sith will be appearing in Ron Howard’s upcoming feature. They report:
"A source close to the production has revealed to us that someone—presumably not Wilding, given his pretty definitive statement that he isn’t involved—was on the set of Howard’s Han Solo reshoots in Darth Vader’s armor as recently as two weeks ago. Unfortunately, that’s pretty much all we can confirm. We don’t know how big of a role Vader will play in Han Solo; it could be nothing more than a brief cameo in a single shot; it could be a full scene with dialogue; it could be multiple scenes. We don’t know. The only thing we can say with confidence is that Darth Vader is making some kind of appearance in the film.
If this report is true, I think it is safe to assume that Vader will not be appearing too much in the movie. Although he is one of the most beloved and iconic Star Wars characters, I think Lucasfilm will use Vader about as much as they did in Rogue One, if not less.
What do you think? How would you like to see Darth Vader used in this movie, if not at all? How big of a role do you think he'll play?
Concept Artist Andy Park has got Ant Man fans buzzing after he shared some new artwork from the movie on his Instagram account. Park is known for designing costumes on films like Captain America: Civil War and Guardians of the Galaxy, and his new work of Scott Lang is no tiny accomplishment.
His first post shows Scott wearing a few different helmets.
“These are 1st pass concept design takes on Ant-Man on the 1st film. They were looking for a retro non-Stark look. This was Hank Pym's design sensibilities,” Park captioned.
“As usual we start with the source material & look at his comic book look. And then we take the needs of our movie & make sense of the two. I always enjoy doing these faster concept designs rather than more rendered illustrations especially in 1st passes. But a lot of times we need to do the more rendered version to help sell it.”
Clearly, these helmets are much different from the one Scott ended up wearing. Park and his team even experimented with leaving part of Scott’s face exposed in the mask, a choice which would have made the costume similar to Ant-Man’s comic book look:
“closeup of of an Ant-Man concept design I did for his 1st film. The helmet was the approved helmet minus it showing Scott's mouth. I know it's more like the comic to have his mouth showing but the cinematic conceit of the suit is that it's a containment suit,” Park explained.
“The Pym particles need to be contained inside the suit in order for him to shrink & to maintain his reduced size. I guess the same applies to growth as well. I loved designing all of Ant-Man's suits in all his film appearances.”
What do you guys think of all these different looks? Is there one you like better than the design they went with?
Scott Lang can be seen again in the upcoming Ant-Man and theWaspmovie whenopens in theaters on July 6, 2018.