On May 13th the second Wonder Woman movie starring Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig and Pedro Pascal will return to HBO Max where it debuted the same day as the theatrical release December 25th, 2020. It played there for 31-days before being removed as part of WarnerMedia’s 2021 release strategy.
Chloe Coleman (My Spy) is joining a solid cast in the upcoming untitled Dungeons & Dragons film directed by John Francis Daley. She will be joining Chris Pine, Michell Rodriguez, Justice Smith, Bridgerton break-out star Regé-Jean Page, Hugh Grant and Sophia Lillis. Paramount will distribute in the US while eOne will handle UK and Canadian distribution. Source: Deadline
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If you are going into Wonder Woman 1984 expecting an action packed sequel you may need to temper your expectations. The follow-up to 2017’s Wonder Woman is a more story driven piece. That’s not to say there are not any action set pieces in the film 2hr and 31min run time, but the film’s theme of selfishness is what really shines through. Especially when you consider the movie’s selfishness mimics ...[Read More]
I suspected that Princess Diana of Themyscira would have to face off against a god and I was right. Much like the comic books she and the other Amazonian people are constantly doing battle with Ares, god of war. French magazine Studio Ciné Live‘s recently published set report identified him as the main villain. French website, Les Toiles Héroïques, posted the scoop online. Chris Pine gave a ...[Read More]
Things have been quiet on the new Jack Ryan film since they announced Captain Kirk, Chris Pine, would play the title character. Now, comes word on the story, and a title change. Also, it appears as though SAW VII has also had it’s title renamed.