- "Bright" Monster Sequel In The Works
- "Crooked House"
- Bruce Willis: "Death Wish"
- "The Flash: Framed"
- "Star Wars: The Last Jedi"
- "Green Lantern Corps" Movie Updates
- "Batman" - Mirror Version
Posted: 03 Jan 2018 06:23 PM PST
Sneak Peek footage from the Netflix cop alien 'buddy' movie "Bright", recently greenlit for a sequel, directed by David Ayer ("Suicide Squad") and written by Max Landis ("An American Werewolf in London"), starring Will Smith, Joel Edgerton, Noomi Rapace, Lucy Fry, Édgar Ramírez and Ike Barinholtz:
"...in an alternate present, where humans live in uneasy peace with 'orcs', 'elves' and other races after fighting each other for thousands of years, Los Angeles, veteran 'LAPD' police officer 'Daryl Ward' is involuntarily partnered with 'Nick Jakoby', the nation's first 'orkish' police officer.
"Jakoby is ostracized by humans and orcs alike—by humans for his race, and by orcs for being a cop. In addition to the pushback from other officers, Ward is also personally ambivalent towards him...
"...following an incident where Ward was shot and Jakoby apparently let the assailant get away.
"During a trip back to the station, an arrested man tells Jakoby both officers are involved in a prophecy and that Ward is blessed. While Jakoby is booking the prisoner, Ward is approached by 'Internal Affairs' who say they believe Jakoby put his 'ethnic loyalties' before his partner.
"Ward, faced with significant personal financial burdens, is pressured to getting his partner to confess on tape so they will have publicly acceptable grounds to fire Jakoby.
"It later turns out during an interrogation conducted by 'Kandomere', an 'elf' working for the federal 'Department of Magic's Magic Task Force', that the man arrested by Ward and Jakoby is part of a fringe militant group named 'Shield of Light' that is preparing against the return of the 'Dark Lord'..."
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Posted: 03 Jan 2018 11:55 AM PST
Sneak Peek footage, plus images from the mystery thriller "Crooked House", directed by Gilles Paquet-Brenner, based on author Agatha Christie's novel, starring Max Irons, Terence Stamp, Glenn Close, Gillian Anderson and Christina Hendricks:
"....suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of a wealthy patriarch is investigated by spy-turned-private-detective 'Charles Hayward '(Irons), who is lured by his former lover to catch her grandfather's murderer before 'Scotland Yard' exposes dark family secrets.
"On the sprawling estate, amidst a poisonous atmosphere of bitterness, resentment and jealousy in a truly crooked house, Hayward encounters three generations of a dynasty, including a theater actress (Anderson), the old man's widow 50 years his junior (Hendricks), and the family matriarch 'Lady Edith de Haviland' (Glenn Close)..."
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Posted: 03 Jan 2018 08:34 AM PST
Sneak Peek footage, plus images from director Eli Roth's reboot of the 1974 feature "Death Wish", based on the 1972 novel by author Brian Garfield, starring Bruce Willis, as 'Paul Kersey', who fed up with vicious criminals and a weak justice system, finally loses his cool and strikes back, March 2, 2018:
"...'Dr. Paul Kersey' an even tempered physician, practicing in Chicago...
"...becomes a hardened vigilante when his wife is murdered and daughter is brutally attacked by thugs..."
Cast also includes Vincent D'Onofrio ("The Player") as 'Frank Kersey', Dean Norris ("Total Recall") as 'Detective Rains'...
...Kimberly Elise as 'Detective Jackson', Mike Epps as 'Dr. Chris Salgado', Elisabeth Shue ("Hollow Man") as 'Lucy Kersey', Camila Morrone as 'Jordan Kersey', Ronnie Gene Blevins as 'Joe' and Beau Knapp as 'Knox'.
"Death Wish" (1974) is also noted as the first role for actor Jeff Goldblum, who plays greasy, scumbag "Freak #1.
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Posted: 03 Jan 2018 08:14 AM PST
Sneak Peek footage, plus images from "The Flash" 2018 season premiere episode, airing January 17, 2018 on The CW:
"...'Barry Allen' is going on trial when 'The Flash' returns, with his friends and family going to do everything they can to expose the real villain and prove Barry was framed...
"...after 'The Thinker' took on a new 'host' and killed the body he was previously using, leaving the body in Barry's apartment, stabbed in the chest with a knife sent to 'Barry' and 'Iris' as a wedding gift..."
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Posted: 03 Jan 2018 06:54 AM PST
Sneak Peek more new images, plus footage from director Rian Johnson's "Star Wars: The Last Jedi", the sequel to "Star Wars: The Force Awakens", with box office earnings to date of $531,511,829 in North America and $523,300,000 foreign, for a Worldwide gross of $1,054,811,829:
"Star Wars: The Last Jedi" aka "Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi"...
...is the second film in Disney's "Star Wars" sequel trilogy...
...following "Star Wars: The Force Awakens "(2015).
The film is produced by Lucasfilm, that was purchased for $4 billion in 2012...
...and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.
"Star Wars: The Last Jedi" was announced after Disney's acquisition of Lucasfilm, October 2012...
...arranged by Ram Bergman and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy.
John Williams composed the score.
Cast includes Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley...
...John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Lupita Nyong'o, Domhnall Gleeson...
...Anthony Daniels, Gwendoline Christie, Andy Serkis...
...Benicio Del Toro, Laura Dern and Kelly Marie Tran.
"Star Wars: The Last Jedi", opened December 15, 2017.
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Posted: 03 Jan 2018 04:26 AM PST
DC Comics' "Green Lanterns" #38, available January 3, 2018, in support of Warners developing "Green Lantern Corps" feature film, is written by Tim Seeley and illustrated by Carlo Barber, with covers by Mike McKone and Brandon Peterson:
"...in 'Peacekeepers' part 1, 'Jessica Cruz' and 'Simon Baz' find themselves stuck between a rock and a hard case as they're called back to a distant world on the brink of war to investigate the death of an alien official.
"As the mystery deepens, the 'Green Lanterns' discover their own actions may be tied to the crime..."
David S. Goyer ("Man Of Steel") and Justin Rhodes are writing the screenplay for the "Green Lantern Corps" feature, based on the DC Comics' characters, targeting a 2020 release date.
The new feature, focusing on 'Green Lantern' superheroes 'Hal Jordan' and 'John Stewart', will be produced by Goyer, with DC's Geoff Johns and Jon Berg executive producing.
Created in 1959 for DC Comics, by writer John Broome and illustrator Gil Kane...
...the 'Green Lantern Corps' patrol the 'DC Universe' on behalf of the 'Guardians', a race of immortals residing on the planet 'Oa'.
The Corps, in existence for three billion years, survive multiple conflicts both internal and foreign.
Currently operating in pairs, among the 3600 'sectors' of the universe, there are 7202 'Green Lantern' members, two for every sector except sector 2814 which has 4 members.
Each Green Lantern is given a 'power ring' weapon granting the user incredible abilities directed by the wearer's own willpower.
"The "Green Lantern: The Animated Series" episode "The New Guy", debuted September 29, 2012 on the Cartoon Network:
"...'Hal Jordan' finds out that a new 'Green Lantern', 'Guy Gardner', has been named his replacement on Earth.
"Hal and Guy get along like gas and fire, which doesn't help in their battle against an entirely new threat -- the autonomous killing machines known as 'Manhunters'..."
'Green Lantern' first appeared in "All-American Comics" #16 (July 1940), published by All-American Publications, one of three companies that would eventually merge to form DC Comics.
"...'Alan Scott', a railroad engineer, came into possession of a magic lantern, following a railroad crash.
"The lantern spoke to him and said it would bring Scott 'power'.
"From the lantern, Scott crafted a magic ring which gave him a wide variety of powers.
"The limitations of the ring were that it had to be 'charged' every 24 hours by touching it to the lantern...
"...and that it could not directly affect objects made of wood..."
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Posted: 03 Jan 2018 04:11 AM PST
DC Comics' "Batman" #38, available January 3, 2018, is written by Tom King and illustrated by Travis Moore, with covers by Tim Sale and Olivier Coipel:
"...in the 'The Origin of Bruce Wayne', if 'Mattie' could grow up to be anybody...
"...he'd grow up to be millionaire playboy 'Bruce Wayne'. But what would happen if he was forced to relive the worst tragedy of Bruce's life and his parents were killed?
"Now 'Batman' on the hunt for a killer, puts him face to face with a strange mirror version of his own past..."
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