Ready Player One Sequel Novel Is Happening

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Ready Player One Sequel Novel Is Happening If you’re a fan of good sci-fi, we’ve got some excellent news for you. Author Ernest Cline confirms that he is indeed working on a Ready Player Onesequel novel. His original 2011 book has taken on a life of its own and is set to be released as a movie next year. But now the author is writing a sequel to the original source material, which is exciting. Can it possibly live up to the original? That’s going to be tough, but here’s what Cline…

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X-Men: Dark Phoenix Is Tribute to X-Women, Female Strength

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X-Men: Dark Phoenix Is Tribute to X-Women, Female Strength Last week was quite a big one for fans of the upcoming X-Men: Dark Phoenix, since fans got their first look at the Dark Phoenix that consumes Sophie Turner’s Jean Grey character. We also learned about a huge twist that apparently comes halfway through the movie, along with more details about Jessica Chastain’s mystery character, who is an alien shapeshifter and not Lilandra, as previously believed. Writer-director Simon Kinberg, who makes his directorial debut with Dark Phoenix, revealed in a new interview that he wanted…

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Spider Man Homecoming 2 Gwen Stacy Audition Tape Leaks with a Twist?

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Spider Man Homecoming 2 Gwen Stacy Audition Tape Leaks with a Twist? Spider Man : It looks like another classic character from the world of Marvel Comics will join Tom Holland’s Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Homecoming 2. Some new information that has made its way online suggests that Sony, Marvel Studios and director Jon Watts are looking to cast a young actress to play Gwen Stacyin the Spider-Man sequel. However, it looks like they are going to bring this new version of the character to life with a pretty big twist. Warning: possible spoilers…

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Nightwing Movie Casting Announcement Coming in February?

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Nightwing Movie Casting Announcement Coming in February? The last we heard about the highly-anticipated Nightwing* movie was last month, with director Chris McKay revealing on social media that there will be an open Nightwing* casting call, although no specifics have been given about the casting process. Director Chris McKay has taken to Twitter once again, revealing that he expects the casting process for his Nightwing* movie to be completed by February. Here’s what the director had to say, when asked by a fan when they can expect casting information. “I would expect to be able to tell…

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Disney and Fox Deal Expected to Be Announced This Thursday

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Disney and Fox Deal Expected to Be Announced This Thursday Disney : It has been reported that the Disney and Fox merger is all set to be finalized this Thursday since Comcast has dropped out of the bidding war. This is big news and it will have ramifications beyond bringing the X-Men to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Some believe Fantastic Four isn’t even part of the deal. A lot of people are not excited about the merger and worry about how it could negatively impact the movie industry, but there’s not much anyone can do to…

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Highlander Remake Brings in Ant-Man 2 Writers

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Highlander Remake Brings in Ant-Man 2 Writers There can only be one. Or, in this case, two, when it comes to who is writing the screenplay for the upcoming Highlander reboot. It looks like Andrew Barrer and Gabriel Ferrari, the screenwriting duo behind Marvel’s Ant-Man and the Wasp, have been brought on board to write the script for the reboot. This project has been talked about for quite some time, but with some fresh writers on board, we may actually see it happen in the not-too-distant future. According to a new report, Andrew…

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Final Bright Trailer Drops Will Smith in a World Filled with Monsters

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Final Bright Trailer Drops Will Smith in a World Filled with Monst Final Bright : With just 10 days left until the new Netflix movie Bright debuts, a final trailer has been released with new footage. This climactic final trailer for Brightfeatures a hot new single from Billboard’s “Breakthrough Artist” Camila Cabello and musical duo, Grey called “Crown.” This new song will also be included on Bright: The Album available on December 15th. Bright: The Album is produced by Atlantic Records and David Ayer, who were also behind the sensational soundtrack, Suicide Squad: The Album.…

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Insidious The Last Key Trailer #2 Is Big on Scares

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Insidious The Last Key Trailer #2 Is Big on Scares A new trailer for Insidious*: The Last Key has arrived online ahead of the sequel’s release in theaters next month. This latest trailer gives us a much better idea of what to expect from the latest chapter of the very successful Insidious franchise. We’re still not sure if this movie is going to be a return-to-form, in terms of quality, but this trailer promises a ton of jump scares and a super creepy haunted house exploration in the movie. The trailer features some…

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10 Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Facts You Never Knew

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10 Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Facts You Never Knew It’s the darkest chapter in the original trilogy of the most famous sci-fi franchise and it has one of the biggest surprising reveals in movie history. The Empire Strikes Back, long celebrated as the best chapter in the massive Star Warssaga, has many secrets swirling around that have yet been discovered by sone of the franchise’s biggest fans. Here we take a look at 10 facts you never knew about what some claim is the greatest Star Wars adventure of them all. In…

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Die Hard Goonies, Titanic & Superman Join National Film Registry

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Die Hard Goonies, Titanic & Superman Join National Film Registry The Library of Congress has announced the 25 movies being added to the National Film Registry for 2017. The list this year is all over the place, which includes movies dating back to the early 1900s and modern classics. Movies like Die Hard, The Goonies, Titanic and Superman have all been selected this year and are considered worthy of preserving under the National Film Preservation Act. Yes, John McClane taking out terrorists at Nakatomi Plaza is worthy of being preserved by the government now. Under the National…

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