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Han Solo is continuing to shoot in the U.K., with director Ron Howard sharing more teases from behind the scenes. Over the weekend, he shared a photo of actor Paul Bettany as the actor wrapped his role. Today, we have a photo that could teases an iconic location. Ron Howard sent out this photo from the set, which doesn't feature any obvious spoilers. But it does features an entrance to a cave, with most speculating that this is our first ever look at the often heard about Spice Mines of Kessel. Ron Howard didn't come right out and say this is one of the caves of Kessel, but his cryptic tweet was enough to raise eyebrows.
Ron Howard stepped in to complete production on the Untitled Han Solo Star Wars Anthology Film after the exit of Phil Lord and Christopher Miller back in June, and it seems as though he's been having a ball finally getting to play around in the Star Wars sandbox. Howard has also been keeping fans in the loop with frequent teases from the set, including glimpses at the Millennium Falcon,... Read More »
- Kevin Fraser
While there may be plenty of reasons to scoff, here’s a friendly reminder that whenever you’re ready to dismiss the next movie announcement based on a brand likea “Pez,” “Monopoly” or “Candyland,” there can be exceptions to the rule. An outstanding little animated picture called “The Lego Movie” was a tooner you sneered at initially too.
Continue reading ‘Lego Ninjago’: Daddy Issues, Divorce & Kung Fu Fighting [Review] at The Playlist. »
- Rodrigo Perez
We have some pretty big news for the still untitled Han Solo movie. It may be exciting to some and groan-worthy for others, but it is still undoubtedly huge. We now have a report that confirms the presence of Darth Vader in the Han Solo movie. It is completely unclear at this point how large of a role the famed Sith Lord will have, but it appears that he is going to be on screen, which brings up a great many questions.
The news comes courtesy of That Hashtag Show, who site "a source close to the production" that has revealed someone was on the set of the Han Solo movie in Darth Vader's armor as recently as two weeks ago. They couldn't confirm who it was in the armor or how much the actor filmed, but he was there. So it appears that once Ron Howard stepped in to »
Harry Dean Stanton passed away yesterday at the age of 91 and Hollywood has taken to social media to pay tribute to the screen legend who starred in Alien, Twin Peaks and everything in between. According to TMZ, the actor passed away peacefully at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles. Stanton's career spanned more than 6 decades in numerous television and movie projects and he was also a Navy veteran of World War II.
Harry Dean Stanton was born in Irvine, Kentucky and raised with a musical background while attending Lafayette High School and the University of Kentucky in Lexington. Stanton sings, plays guitar, and plays the harmonica. After performing theater in college, Stanton said that he had to choose between being an actor and a musician while also mentioning that he could have been a writer as well after studying journalism. He was convinced to get into acting and the rest is history. »
It's been heavily rumored that the Han Solo spin-off will give us our first look at two planets that have been talked about, but never seen on the big screen. Star Wars will continue its tradition of adding new locations with the Han Solo movie, finally bringing the additions of Corellia and Kessel. Fans have wondered about these 2 planets and whether they will show up in the movie as soon as it was officially announced that we were going to get a young Han Solo spin-off. Now it appears that we might finally get to see them on the big screen.
The new Making Star Wars Podcast reports that Corellia and Kessel will both be locations featured in the Han Solo movie, as well as news on what the Millennium Falcon looks like during this period. Corellia is Han Solo's home planet and Kessel is obviously famous for the Kessel »
On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (Friday September 15th, 2017) Kristian Harloff, Mark Reilly, Dennis Tzeng, Clarke Wolfe, Sinead DeVries and Wendy Lee discuss the following: Nightwing movie to be bad ass action movie, according to Director Chris McKay Phil Lord and Chris Miller are re-writing The Lego Movie Sequel Red band trailer released for The Shape of Water First trailer released for Ridley Scott’s All the Money in the World starring Michelle Williams, Mark Wahlberg and Kevin Spacey First trailer released for Red Sparrow starring Jennifer Lawrence Mail Bag Live Twitter [caption id="attachment_661796" align="aligncenter" … »
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The Lego Movie 2: The sequel to The Lego Movie will pick up the story "several years" later and deal with gender issues, contrasting the way that boys and girls play, according to producers Dan Lin and Chris McKay. Phil Lord and Christopher Miller have returned to revise the script, which will be told through the perspective of two children: Finn and his little sister. Mike Mitchell (Trolls) will direct; the movie is scheduled to open in theaters on February 8, 2019. [Collider] John Wick: Chapter 3: Keanu Reeves will star in John Wick: Chapter 3, the next installment in the series that revolves around an expert assassin. The action-thriller has now received an official green light for production and has been set for theatrical release on May 17, 2019. Back...
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- Peter Martin
The Lego Movie 2: The sequel to The Lego Movie will pick up the story "several years" later and deal with gender issues, contrasting the way that boys and girls play, according to producers Dan Lin and Chris McKay. Phil Lord and Christopher Miller have returned to revise the script, which will be told through the perspective of two children: Finn and his little sister. Mike Mitchell (Trolls) will direct; the movie is scheduled to open in theaters on February 8, 2019. [Collider]...
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The character possesses powers similar to those of the original 'Spider-Man', which were derived from the bite of a spider genetically »
- Michael Stevens
More Delays Far, Far Away
With the Star Wars: Episode IX getting a new script and a pushed back release date, it should come as no surprise that the movie’s production has been pushed back too. Variety are reporting that Lucasfilm has now delayed the start of principal photography on Episode IX. Originally slated to begin in this coming January, cameras will now start rolling in June 2018. Read more here.
Return Of Han?
Despite his conclusion in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, GQ Magazine thought to ask Harrison Ford about a possible return to the galaxy far, far away. “Um, I mean, I’m finished with Star Wars if Star Wars is finished with me,” said Ford. And when asked if Star Wars was finished with him, Ford responded: “I can’t imagine it. But it is science fiction.” Read more here.
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- Luke Owen
Simon Brew Sep 15, 2017
The pair - who were always involved with the feature - are back on screenplay duties for the movie, that’s this time being directed by Mike Mitchell. The news was confirmed by producer Dan Lin, who’s currently on the promotional trail for the upcoming The Lego Ninjago Movie.
Talking to Collider, he said that “the team is all back together, so it’s Lord and Miller, myself and Chris McKay [McKay most recently directed The Lego Batman Movie]”.
We got a pleasant surprise back in 2014 when The Lego Movie turned out not to be a cash grab by a massive corporation hoping to sell more merchandise but… Well, Ok, it kind of still was that, but at least it had enough respect for the audience to serve up a genuinely funny, smart film along the way. And for that we have directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller to thank. It’s good news, then, that the pair are returning to spruce up the script to the sequel.
Thanks to comments from producers Dan Lin and Chris McKay, we now know exactly which route the duo will head down here. Specifically, the sequel will follow on directly from the ending of The Lego Movie. If you recall, the film closed with Will Ferrell’s previously uptight dad letting his son play with the Lego city he had built. There was one condition, »
- Christian Bone
Lucasfilm‘s Hr department has been pretty busy this summer. Between Phil Lord and Chris Miller exiting the Han Solo spinoff earlier this year over creative differences, while the movie was in the production no less, and Colin Trevorrow removing himself from “Star Wars: Episode IX” for reportedly similar reasons, the keepers of the franchise haven’t come off looking so good. In fairness, there’s no doubt that Kathleen Kennedy’s primary job is to protect the value of the brand at all costs, but it does make you wonder why you’d hire young filmmakers with bold new cinematic voices in the first place, only to mute that talent.
- Kevin Jagernauth
While it certainly is a shame that The Lego Movie directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller won't be returning to helm the follow-up film, fans of the build-a-brick toy can rest easy knowing that the pair have remained on the project to continue their efforts in writing and producing The Lego Movie Sequel. Recently, during a press event for The Lego Ninjago Movie, Christina Radish of Collider chatted... Read More »
- Steve Seigh
The Lego Movie was one that shouldn't have really worked, but wound up being a very big deal. It may have taken a few years, but Lego Movie 2 is finally getting underway. Original directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller aren't returning to helm the movie, but they are now back on board to rewrite the script after being let go from the untitled Han Solo movie recently. Plus, we have some of the first story details for the highly-anticipated sequel.
Collider caught up with producers Dan Lin and Chris McKay during a press day for the upcoming spin-off The Lego Ninjago Movie. During the conversation, Lin made the reveal that Phil Lord and Chris Miller are currently rewriting the script for The Lego Movie Sequel, which is slated for release on February 8, 2019. Here's what he had to say about it.
"We are going to The Lego Movie 2. The team is all back together, »
Talking with Collider at the press event for The Lego Ninjago Movie, producers Dan Lin and Chris McKay have revealed some new details about the sequel to the surprise hit of 2014, centred on the famous plastic bricks.
Asked about the future of The Lego Movie franchise, Lin and McKay had this to say: “We are going to do The Lego Movie 2. The team is all back together, so it’s Phil Lord and Chris Miller, myself and Chris McKay. Mike Mitchell is the new voice who’s coming in to direct the movie. Chris and Phil are rewriting the script right now, but we’re in production. We’re picking up where the first movie left us, where the Duplo have now come and they’re attacking Bricksburg. It’s several years later, and you’re going to see the result of that.”
When asked to expand upon the narrative that the sequel will feature, »
- George Chrysostomou
At the end of “The Lego Movie,” Emmet Brickowski and his friends got an unexpected visit from Planet Duplo, and in the upcoming sequel, that gag will be turned into an exploration of how toys are marketed differently to boys and girls. In an interview with Collider, producers Dan Lin and Chris McKay discussed the story of “The Lego Movie Sequel,” which is getting a script rewrite from the first movie’s directors, Phil Lord and Chris Miller. They said that the film will pick up right where the last left off, with real world protagonist Finn now having to share. »
- Jeremy Fuster
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