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‘Star Wars’: Director Ron Howard Takes Over the ‘Han Solo’ Movie After Lord and Miller Depart

Director Ron Howard

A few days ago, it was reported that filmmakers Phil Lord and Chris Miller were fired from the untitled Star Wars standalone film about Han Solo. Lucasfilm wasted no time replacing the duo with a home run. Director Ron Howard (Apollo 13, A Beautiful Mind) will take the directors chair in the Han Solo

Dennis Villeneuve is Aware of the Pressures of Making ‘Blade Runner 2049’ as Good as the 1st

Blade Runner 2049, Columbia Pictures

It is no easy task to bring a beloved franchise back to the big screen. It is exponentially harder when you are not the original creator or director of the original. We have recently seen this pressure payoff (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Jurassic World), and we have also

Chris Hemsworth Teases Soul Stone Appearance and Darryl’s Possible MCU Debut

Thor: Ragnarok, Marvel Studios

Could we see the last Infinity Stone as soon as Thor: Ragnarok? Will Darryl ever appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe outside of the two one-shots he already appears in? What do the Marvel contracts restrict the actors from ever doing? These were just a few of the answers that Chris

An Extra Scene in ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ was Shot for Colin Trevorrow’s Episode IX

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Lucasfilm

Colin Trevorrow is not having a good run with his latest film, The Book of Henry. After amazing audiences with Jurassic World, the director's latest film is in a death spiral, garnering only 25% on Rotten Tomatoes. The critics are trashing The Book of Henry, and the fallout has some wondering if Trevorrow is up to

E3 2017: Ubisoft Blows it Out of the Park this Year at E3 With ‘Beyond Good and Evil 2’ and More

Beyond Good and Evil 2, Ubisoft

Ubisoft decided this year at E3 that they would pass on all of the live interview segments, and just bring all of the exciting title announcements and show trailers during their official press conference. There are some great titles to look forward to from Ubisoft, and these clips are just

Gearbox to Have a Shared Universe for Live-Action Adaptations of ‘Borderlands’ & ‘Duke Nukem’

Borderlands, Gearbox Software

It seems that everyone wants to have a shared cinematic universe lately. Following this trend, is game developer Gearbox Software. They are setting up two of their properties to have a shared cinematic universe. Whether this will be successful is anybody's guess, but it is an interesting idea. Gearbox is

More ‘Alien: Covenant’ Sequel, Prequel, and Novel Talks

Alien: Covenant, Twentieth Century Fox

The original writer for the Alien prequels, Jon Spaihts initially penned a more Alien-centric prequel script. This wasn't the direction that Ridley Scott wanted to proceed in, so Damon Lindelof was brought in to rewrite the script. The Lindelof scripts were responsible for Prometheus. Lindelof didn't return for Alien: Covenant, but has recently seen the film. Lindelof

‘Ghostbusters’ Co-founder Ivan Reitman Thinks He Can “Fix” the ‘Ghostbusters’ Franchise

Ghostbusters, Sony Pictures

Dan Aykroyd's recent statements about his disappointment of the Ghostbusters reboot seemed to spell the end of the franchise. This may not be true, according to Ivan Reitman, Ghostbusters co-founder. Reitman thinks he may have a plan how the Ghostbusters universe might be saved, and how it wouldn't involve another reboot. Reitman took the higher road

Chris Evans States that ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Will Wrap Everything Up

Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Marvel Studios

Marvel Studios is known for locking its actors into long contracts. This ensures that the actors portraying the characters will be available for the role for any number of future sequels. Marvel has a plan, whether it is public knowledge or not. The studio is known for orchestrating the intricacies

‘Baby Driver’ Director Edgar Wright Talks ‘Hot Fuzz’ Sequel Possibilities

Hot Fuzz, Universal Pictures

Edgar Wright isn't really a director that entertains sequels to his films. He jumps from idea to idea with ease, and keeps giving audiences new and wonderful tales, time after time. His film's remain many people's favorites, even years and decades after they hit theaters. In the wake of new