No, I’m not being paid by Warner Bros. or DC to write this.
Honestly, for the longest time I rejected this notion. Marvel Studios had a really good track record here at this site. Aside from “Thor: The Dark World,” most entries in the Marvel Cinematic Universe received a 3 out of 5 or higher from yours truly.
For those who may not know, that’s enough to get a “fresh” score on Rotten Tomatoes. That was true right up through the summer of 2019.
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Director James Gunn stated recently that both comic book movies he’s working on are still set to go, despite the coronavirus pandemic.
According to Variety, Gunn said on Twitter that a new “Suicide Squad” picture and a third “Guardians of the Galaxy” are moving ahead.
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New Line Cinema is negotiating with Margot Robbie for a new comedy titled “Fools Day.”
According to Variety, New Line acquired a short film also named “Fools Day” with the intention of adapting it to a full length picture. For Robbie, if the negotiation works out, she would be an executive producer and also join the cast in a supporting role.
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The film-making duo Phil Lord and Chris Miller are teaming up with Universal Pictures through a first-look deal.
According to Variety, Lord and Miller have penned their first feature deal with Universal, where they will develop pictures in the comedy and drama genres. Variety reports the duo will work on features based on original content and existing properties.
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San Diego Comic-Con might seem light this year with no “Avengers” or “Star Wars.” However, there are plenty of movie-related panels and presentations to keep fans in California, and across the world, invested.
Continue reading “Monday Movie Report: Comic-Con 2018 Preview”