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Marvel's 'Black Panther' Sequel Shoot to Begin in July (Exclusive) 


Tenoch Huerta, star of Netflix's 'Narcos: Mexico,' is joining the cast of the untitled film from Ryan Coogler, sources tell THR.

Marvel Studio’s plans for the sequel to Black Panther are starting to come into focus.

The sequel was sidelined after the sudden and unexpected death of star Chadwick Boseman and a planned March 2021 production start was waylaid as filmmaker Ryan Coogler and Marvel tried to navigate grief and the need to move forward. It was the nadir of a year that saw no Marvel movies released for the first time since 2009.

Marvel's 'Black Panther' Sequel Shoot to Begin in July

Tags: Entertainment, Film, Film Trivia, Future, Hollywood



Monsoon's Henry Golding Asked The Advocate: Is It OK to Play Gay? 


In Monsoon, Henry Golding (Crazy Rich Asians) portrays Kit, a character that strongly resonates with his own experiences. Like Kit, Golding was born in an Asian nation and raised in the United Kingdom. He returned to his motherland as an adult feeling, oddly, like a stranger in "the place that you're meant to feel the closest to," Golding told The Advocate.

"It was putting myself back in those shoes of discovery," Golding recounted of his acting experience. He spent about three months in Vietnam for production wandering the streets of Saigon and Hanoi and, like Kit, learning the complicated history of the Vietnam-American war's legacy on a nation and its people.

However, there are several differences between Golding and Kit. The former was born in Malaysia, the latter in Vietnam, which the character's family fled as refugees after the war. Additionally, the former is straight, and the latter is gay. Kit's sexuality is not the centerpiece of the film by Hong Khaou (Lilting). But there are several sex scenes and, more importantly, a relationship that grows with Lewis (Parker Sawyers, Southside With You), an African-American man whose father fought in the war. He becomes an anchor for Kit in a place where he initially feels unmoored.

Monsoon's Henry Golding Asked The Advocate: Is It OK to Play Gay?

Tags: Actor, Celebrity, Competition, Cultural, Daddy Squish, Employment, Entertainment, Equality, Film, Gay, Interview, LGBTQ, Representation, Respect



See ‘Venom’ Star Tom Hardy Get Wolverine Look To Replace Hugh Jackman 


Venom star Tom Hardy becomes Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine successor in a cool new concept design for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Audiences will next see Tom Hardy in Venom: Let There Be Carnage alongside Woody Harrelson’s Cletus Kasady, but he’s also one of actors often picked by comic book fans as a potential candidate to replace Hugh Jackman as Wolverine in whatever plans Marvel Studios has for the mutant hero. Hardy seems pretty set on playing Eddie Brock and Venom for the foreseeable future, but it’s not too hard to picture the actor picking up a set of Adamantium claws for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

See ‘Venom’ Star Tom Hardy Get Wolverine Look To Replace Hugh Jackman

Tags: Celebrity, Choices, Comics, Daddy Squish, Employment, Film, Film Trivia, Replacement



Director Ron Howard Was Humiliated by Bette Davis on a Movie Set: ‘I Popped a Couple of Tums’ 


One of filmmaker Ron Howard’s earliest directorial projects in his career was a made-for-television movie called Skyward.

As Howard told the Archive of American Television in 2006, making the film was an amazing experience for him.

What was difficult was directing legendary actor Bette Davis, firstly because of how intimidating it was to work with one of the greatest actors in the history of film.

But also, secondly, because Howard had the feeling she didn’t like him.

Director Ron Howard Was Humiliated by Bette Davis on a Movie Set: ‘I Popped a Couple of Tums’

Tags: Celebrity, Film, Film Trivia, Hollywood, Portrait, Women In Charge



Sean Connery, James Bond star, dies at 90: 'One of the true greats of cinema' 


Sean Connery, most famous for his portrayal of James Bond, has died at the age of 90, his family said Saturday. The actor, who played 007 in seven movies starting with 1962's Dr. No, died in his sleep in the Bahamas. The actor had been "unwell for some time," his son Jason told the BBC.

Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Connery had an acting career that spanned decades and included multiple award-winning performances. He won the Oscar for best supporting actor for his work in The Untouchables in 1988 and won three Golden Globes. He also starred opposite Harrison Ford in 1989's Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, in which he played Jones' father.

Sean Connery, James Bond star, dies at 90: 'One of the true greats of cinema'

The bizarre clause Sean Connery reportedly demanded in his contracts

Tags: Actor, Celebrity, Daddy Squish, Death, Entertainment, Feud, Film, Film Trivia, Gossip, History, Hollywood, Legend, Passing, Portrait, RIP



Tom Holland Reportedly Unhappy About Tobey Maguire And Andrew Garfield Returning 


The public may be overjoyed that familiar faces like Jamie Foxx are returning to the Spider-Man universe, but apparently not everyone associated with the series feels the same way. According to sources close to WGTC – the same ones who told us Ben Affleck is returning as Batman in The Flash and Disney is developing a Lion King sequel, both of which were correct – Tom Holland is not happy that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are coming back to reprise their roles as the titular web-head in Spider-Man 3.

The 24-year-old star reportedly wanted a Spidey movie all to himself, after Tony Stark had a strong presence in the first one and Nick Fury held a heavy role in the second. Instead, he’ll now have to share the spotlight with two of the actors who previously anchored the part, thus reigniting the debate over which performer is the best Peter Parker. And apparently, he feels that their inclusion will overshadow his role as the MCU’s main web-slinging protagonist.

Tom Holland Reportedly Unhappy About Tobey Maguire And Andrew Garfield Returning

Tags: Celebrity, Comeback, Competition, Film, Film Trivia



Michael Keaton Reveals the Best Batman Ever 


Michael talks about spending time in Montana during the pandemic, getting people out to vote, his new film The Trial of the Chicago 7, working with Aaron Sorkin and Larry David, rumors about playing Batman in The Flash movie, and he reveals who he thinks is the best Batman ever!


Tags: Celebrity, Comics, Cute, Daddy Squish, Entertainment, Film, Film Trivia, Funny, History, Interview, Movie Trivia, Politics, Respect, Video



Companies Will Pay One Person $1,000 to Binge 24 Hours of Scary Movies for Halloween: How To Enter 


With Halloween slated to look different this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, it’s the perfect time to curl up on the couch with a scary movie in place of trick or treating and costume parties.

Now, thanks to a contest run by and, you can even get paid for your Halloween horror film binging. The lucky winner will receive $1,000 to watch any horror movies of their choosing for 24 hours straight.

"We want a self-starter because you get to decide what to watch," the contest description page reads. "Also, 24 hours is only 1,440 minutes, and most movies are only 90–120 minutes. That’s only 12–16 movies. So real-deal horror dorks, who fantasize daily about curating a horror film marathon, will need time to pare down their lineups."

Companies Will Pay One Person $1,000 to Binge 24 Hours of Scary Movies for Halloween: How To Enter

Tags: $, Contest, Film, Film Trivia, Horror



Village of the Damned 3: when parents fear their changeling children 

How can you be sure your child is really your child? Could that innocent-seeming baby be a changeling – a cuckoo in your nest? There is something about the evil elf child, reborn as the alien walking among us, that continues to fascinate and terrify us. So much so, the broadcaster Sky has announced it has commissioned a third version of Village of the Damned from David Farr, the writer of The Night Manager.

The first, filmed in 1960, is a cult classic of understated British horror. The 1995 version, starring Christopher Reeves, translated the nightmare to small-town America.

Both were based on John Wyndham’s The Midwich Cuckoos, in which a whole village briefly loses consciousness. Nine months later, eerily identical alien babies with telepathic powers are born to the women. They are smarter and grow faster than normal – and are soon threatening not just their “parents”, but all humankind.

Teenagers are again euphorically embracing revolution, literally toppling statues in joyful Black Lives Matter protest and skipping school to protest climate change.

Meanwhile, the widespread use of social media in itself can produce a hive mind effect. Although social media was intended to support free speech and allow anyone to share their opinion, the effect of a Twitter pile-on can be to crush nuance, doubt or divergence. Commentators, such as Gavin Haynes, have highlighted the resulting purity spirals in which nobody can stand alone.

Both the single-minded power of the Chinese state and the collective force of an online horde echo the strength of the Midwich aliens versus the fragmented, conflicted arguments of the humans opposing them. The aliens’ power was that they were not individuals – they were parts of a single entity with a single idea – to survive. As in Wyndham’s time, we again face a real contrast between individualism and groupthink.

Village of the Damned 3

Tags: Book, Effect, Environment, Film, Film Trivia, History, Opinion, Parenting, Politics, Psychology, Representation, Science, Social Media, Youth



Batman: Tim Burton Understood Gotham Way More Than Nolan & Snyder 


The first began in 1989 with the film simply titled Batman, directed by Tim Burton. The movie introduced viewers to Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne/Batman and Jack Nicholson as the Joker, all with that dark and gothic style that has made Burton’s work stand-out. Three years later, Burton returned to Gotham City with Batman Returns, with Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman and Danny DeVito as Oswald Cobblepot/The Penguin. Batman Returns is considered among the best superhero movies ever, but it also drew a lot of criticism due to its darker tone, and Burton didn’t return to direct more Batman movies. Instead, Joel Schumacher was brought in and directed Batman Forever and Batman & Robin, both with different actors playing Bruce Wayne (Val Kilmer and George Clooney, respectively). Burton not only gave Gotham a darker tone, but he also understood the city better than Nolan and Snyder did years later.

Batman: Tim Burton Understood Gotham

Tags: Film, Film Trivia, Opinion



Ron Howard Says That Henry Winkler And Tom Hanks Both Came To Him About Their Feud 


Earlier this year, the subject of two of the nicest guys in Hollywood (Henry Winkler and Tom Hanks) and their apparent, long-running feud popped up again. Yes, after TMZ asked Winkler, the Barry actor explained, “What everybody says and what is true are two different things. I just saw him at our SAG Awards. It was beautiful.” This appeared to be the end of a 30-year saga that began with the Winkler and Hanks not loving each other on the 1989 set of Turner & Hooch, which cost Winkler his directing job.

Winkler had tossed gasoline on the subject during an episode of Watch What Happens Live while not exactly articulating that he isn’t a fan of Hanks. Winkler did admit that something led to him getting fired, and he stressed that he adored the crime-solving canine that aided Hanks’ policeman character “I got along great, great with that dog.” So… what’s the real story? Well, Ron Howard recently spoke with The Guardian, and the conversation moved to Winkler vs. Hanks. Howard did not take sides (because obviously), but he confirmed that there was a kerfuffle, and both men came to him to discuss it:

Ron Howard Says That Henry Winkler And Tom Hanks

Tags: Celebrity, Feud, Film




Tags: Film, Parody



People Are Sharing The Movies They Think Are Overrated, And Oh My, It's A Little Spicy 


7. The Notebook

"I don't understand why people think it's romantic. It's stupid and problematic AF."


People Are Sharing The Movies They Think Are Overrated, And Oh My, It's A Little Spicy

Tags: Film, Film Trivia, Ratings



'Cuties': Controversy Lures Viewers to Netflix Movie, Survey Says 


"There were definitely a lot of people who watched it because of the controversy," says executive vp Mark Orne, who runs the cross-platform group and is in charge of PostVOD.

More than half, or 52 percent, said the dust-up was the only reason they tuned in, while another 29 percent said it was a major reason.

Nearly three-quarters (72 percent) said they thought the controversy was "overblown" once they actually saw the movie, according to PostVOD's survey of 96 viewers. Of that group, 38 percent strongly agreed.

'Cuties': Controversy Lures Viewers to Netflix Movie, Survey Says

Tags: Backlash, Choices, Controversy, Film, Interest, Surge



‘Tenet’s’ dismal U.S. debut has some calling for a change in Hollywood’s approach to the blockbuster 


For a movie like “Tenet” to work, a lot has to happen, financially speaking.

The film, directed by Christopher Nolan, needs to rake in dollars all over the world but especially in the U.S., where studios can keep as much 60 percent of the box office. To turn a profit, the movie basically has to net in America what Nolan’s “Inception” did a decade ago — $348 million in today’s dollars — or at least “Dunkirk’s” $200 million from three summers back.

Since it came to American theaters nearly two weeks ago, “Tenet” has taken in just $29.5 million.

Forward-looking voices note that studios can’t keep making films for $200 million if there isn’t a steady stream of consumers walking through multiplex doors to fund them — after all, it’s all those ticket sales that enable the budgets and slick stars and sharp production values that come with them. Those voices have gotten louder in the wake of “Tenet’s” underperformance. They point out that it should change both how studios produce films and who they pick as their partners.

‘Tenet’s’ dismal U.S. debut has some calling for a change in Hollywood’s approach to the blockbuster

Tags: $, Blockbuster, Cancellation, Film



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