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Spider-Man Spinoff ‘Kraven the Hunter’ Lands ‘Equalizer’ Writer
Although Silver & Black is on hold (for now), Sony has plenty of other plans for the world of Spider-Man, including this fall’s Venom (starring Tom Hardy and his voice) and Morbius (starring Jared Leto as a super-powered vampire), as well as the animated Into the Spider-Verse. Clearly, the studio is keeping their live-action offerings centered on villains and anti-heroes, and they’ve hired a screenwriter to tackle the next addition: Kraven the Hunter.
‘Mission: Impossible’s Rebecca Ferguson Joins ‘Men in Black’ Spinoff
Rebecca Ferguson’s mission, should she choose to accept it (and she has): Join the increasingly awesome cast of the upcoming Men in Black spinoff.
If You Go See ‘Unfriended: Dark Web,’ There’s No Telling Which Ending You’ll Get
Of all the film genres, horror is typically the most likely to have alternate endings — specifically either a bummer ending or a happy-ish one. While test screenings can have an impact on which ending ultimately makes it to theaters, home releases often include both. Hostel, The Butterfly Effect and The Descent are just a few of those. (It’s interesting to note that, when given the choice, audiences usually prefer the darker ending of the two.) But in the case of Unfriended: Dark Web, the film is being released with both endings. The kicker? You have no way of knowing which ending you’ll get when you see it in theaters.
Anne Rice’s ‘Vampire Chronicles’ Series Picked Up by Hulu
After Josh Boone’s plans for a new Vampire Chronicles film adaptation (possibly starring Jared Leto) fell through, Paramount and Anne Rice decided to take the author’s beloved novel franchise to the small screen. Last year, the studio announced that it had optioned the rights to Rice’s 11-book collection for a new TV series, which has been officially picked up by Hulu.
New ‘Fantastic Beasts 2’ Photo Reveals First Look at Young Newt
Move over, hot young Dumbledore. There’s a new cutie patootie in town: Young Newt Scamander. A new image from Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald has revealed our first look at Joshua Shea as the younger version of Eddie Redmayne’s Newt — as well as Jude Law’s Dumbledore, seen actually teaching a class at Hogwarts.
New ‘Wreck-It Ralph 2’ Trailer Takes You Inside the Internet
Vanellope meets the Disney princesses in the new trailer for the long-awaited sequel.
Quentin Tarantino Lands Burt Reynolds, ‘Hateful Eight’ Trio for ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’
With a story set in and around Los Angeles during the Manson Family era and a cast that already includes Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film is shaping up to be the movie event of next summer — and the latest additions to the ensemble double-down on that point.
‘Infinity War’ Is Speeding Toward $1 Billion Faster Than Any Film in History
Marvel’s latest crossover event is set to hit $1 billion worldwide by this weekend.
David Leitch Will Direct Dwayne Johnson’s ‘Fast and Furious’ Spinoff
Sorry, Vin Diesel, but The Rock just won this round.
New ‘Ocean’s 8’ Trailer Makes Crime Look So Good
The latest trailer for the upcoming sequel, starring Sandra Bullock as Debbie Ocean (as in, Danny Ocean’s sister), has us even more anxious for what could be the surprise hit of the summer.
This ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Gag Reel Has a Baby-8, You’re Welcome
And it’s just the cutest.
New ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Posters Unite the Universe (Except for Hawkeye)
At this point, you probably don’t need to be reminded that Avengers: Infinity War is Marvel’s biggest movie yet. With higher stakes comes a (much) higher number of MCU stars — the largest number to appear in a single MCU movie, which means the new character posters for Infinity War are stacked with all your faves…except for Hawkeye. Poor Hawk Guy.