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‘John Wick 4’ Adds Another Certified Badass With Hiroyuki Sanada

Hiroyuki Sanada (Lost, Westworld, Mortal Kombat) was originally set to star in John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum as Zero, Wick’s primary adversary in that film. But an Achilles tendon injury took him out of contention, and he was eventually replaced by Mark Dacascos. Now history is righting itself, because Sanada has reportedly been cast in John Wick 4, reuniting with his old 47 Ronin co-star Keanu Reeves. According to Collider, Sanada has been added to the John Wick 4 cast, where he will pla...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Casting, Sequels, Army, Halle Berry, Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Jeremy Renner, Continental, Ian Mcshane, Reeves, Donnie Yen, Wick, Zack Snyder, John Wick


Virtual ‘Fast and Furious’ Marathon Will Let You Experience the Entire Series From the Comfort of Your Couch

Buckle up, y’all! Alamo On Demand is hosting a 24-hour online Fast and Furious marathon. You can relive the action 20 years in the making, featuring features friendships, rivalries, a little bit of romance, epic stuntwork, and a whole lot of fast cars, all from the comfort of your home. Here’s what you need to know. Family is Forever and so is This Marathon To celebrate the release of F9, the ninth installment of the Fast and Furious franchise, Alamo Drafthouse’s video streaming platform ...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Hobbs, Universal, Justin Lin, Universal Pictures, Shaw, Alamo, Han, Lin, Coronas, Sara Benincasa, Action/Adventure, Tokyo Drift, Sung Kang, Fast and Furious


New ‘The Suicide Squad’ Images Show Off James Gunn’s “War-Caper” Supervillain Movie

We don’t have to wait much longer to see James Gunn‘s new DC Comics movie The Suicide Squad. The big blockbuster sequel/reboot will arrive in theaters and on HBO Max in August and if you’re wondering how this movie may stand out from the previous and much-maligned film, James Gunn has the perfect way to describe the movie: “It’s a war-caper movie with shitty supervillains.” Get a look at a couple new The Suicide Squad images below. Bad Guys Doing Some Good The Suicide Squad has been brand...
Tags: Images, Hbo, Movies, United States, Sequels, Suicide Squad, Idris-Elba, James Gunn, Warner Brothers, John-Cena, Kelly, Elba, Gunn, Cena, Sean Gunn, Comic Book/Superhero


‘The Suicide Squad’ is “Neither a Sequel Nor a Reboot,” According to John Cena

The Suicide Squad is James Gunn‘s follow-up to David Ayer’s 2016 superhero movie Suicide Squad. But is it a sequel? A reboot? Or something else entirely? The Suicide Squad star John Cena, who is soon set to star in his own HBO Max spin-off series based on his Peacemaker character, has a really vague answer to those questions. In an interview with The Observer, Cena spoke about where The Suicide Squad actually fits in the messed-up DC Extended Universe timeline. And…he doesn’t really have a c...
Tags: Hbo, Viola Davis, Movies, US, Sequels, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Sylvester Stallone, James Gunn, Warner Brothers, James, John-Cena, David Ayer, Gunn, Waller, Cena


‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ Soundtrack Details Revealed, Quad City DJ’s Are Nowhere to Be Found

When Space Jam hit the big screen back in 1996, it came with an impressive soundtrack that spawned a handful of hit singles. Among them were R. Kelly’s “I Believe I Can Fly” and Seal’s cover of “Fly Like an Eagle.” But nothing tops the movie’s theme song performed by the Quad City DJ’s, who made it big with their single “C’mon N’ Ride It (The Train).” Unfortunately, it doesn’t sound like they were asked back to create a new theme for the Space Jam: A New Legacy soundtrack, which just revealed t...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Movies, Sports, Animation, Sequels, Lebron James, Lil Wayne, Warner Bros, John Legend, Warner Brothers, Leon Bridges, Kelly, Jam, Jonas Brothers, Goon Squad


‘F9’ Behind-the-Scenes Videos Showcase the Movie’s Practical Stunts

F9 explodes into theaters next week, and with more than a year of extra anticipation from fans, many of whom are eager to return to theaters for a big event movie, it feels like this could be one of the biggest box office hits of 2021. Director Justin Lin returns to the franchise for the first time since 2013, and his love of practical stunts and special effects is evident in this new batch of F9 behind-the-scenes videos, which showcase several of the film’s big action moments. Peligro M...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Universal, Justin Lin, Dom, Andy Gill, Action/Adventure, Featurette, Family Films, Letty, Dom Toretto Vin Diesel, Flippers, Letty Michelle Rodriguez, Ramsey Nathalie Emmanuel, Peligro, F9


‘Orphan’ Prequel ‘Orphan: First Kill’ is Shocking and Not What You’d Expect, According to Star Isabelle Fuhrman

Orphan, the trashy, wonderful horror movie about a murderous 30-something woman posing as a 9-year-old child, has a prequel on the way called Orphan: First Kill. That’s weird enough on its own, but it’s even weirder when you realize that star Isabelle Fuhrman is reprising her role even though she’s much older now. It’s not entirely clear just yet how the film is going to sell this idea, but according to Furhman, the end results are going to shock audiences. Released in 2009, Orphan was helme...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Russia, America, United States, Sequels, Orphan, Peter Sarsgaard, William Brent Bell, Esther, Leena, Collider, Julia Stiles, Isabelle Fuhrman, Farmiga, Vera Farmiga


11 ‘Loki’ Episode 2 Easter Eggs and What They Could Mean for the Marvel Cinematic Universe

The second episode of Loki has arrived on Disney+. Along with the shocking revelation of a new character entering the fray (who may not be who we think they are), there are plenty of Easter eggs and hidden details to pick up on throughout. In fact, there’s a huge swath of Easter eggs that involve the Sacred Timeline itself! So, let’s dig into some Loki episode 2 Easter eggs and talk about what they mean, Naturally, this means major spoilers for the second episode of Loki.  Before we begin, we...
Tags: New York, Television, Movies, Disney, Earth, Features, Tennessee, New Jersey, Sequels, San Diego, Wisconsin, Thor, Oklahoma, Owen Wilson, Saturn, Marvel Comics


Here’s Where You Can Stream or Rent Every ‘Fast and Furious’ Movie

(Welcome to Where to Watch, which provides a clear and simple answer to the question, “Hey, where can I watch this thing?” In this edition: the Fast and Furious franchise.) We’re just nine days away from the release of F9, the highly anticipated ninth entry in the primary timeline of the Fast and Furious movies. There’s still time to get all caught up on the adventures of Dominic Toretto and his #family of high-speed international spy racers, so here’s where you can find all nine of the Fast an...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Features, Sequels, Tokyo, Miami, Hobbs, Brian, Idris Elba, Universal, Justin Lin, Johnson, Customs, Eva Mendes, Paul Walker, Kathryn Bigelow


‘V/H/S/94’ Will Resurrect the Found Footage Horror Franchise on Shudder This Year

Break out the VCR, because here comes a new V/H/S film. V/H/S/94, the fourth entry in the horror anthology film series, was announced last year, and now it’s been revealed the film is headed to horror streaming service Shudder this year. The entire film was shot during the pandemic, and features segments helmed by Simon Barrett, Timo Tjahjanto, Jennifer Reeder, Ryan Prows, and Chloe Okuno. V/H/S/94 Will Shake Up the Formula Horror anthology fans rejoice, because here comes V/H/S/94. The fi...
Tags: Horror, Sequels, Shudder, V/H/S, V/H/S/94


‘Loki’ Star Tom Hiddleston Discusses Sophia Di Martino’s Surprising and Mysterious Series Debut

Today brings the second episode of Marvel’s Loki to Disney+, and it thrusts us straight into the pursuit of a dangerous time criminal who has been assaulting Time Variant Authority agents and stealing their time-altering gadgets. In addition to putting Tom Hiddleston into full-on time detective mode alongside Owen Wilson as Mobius, the episode also brings Sophia Di Martino into the series as a surprising and mysterious character. Find out what Tom Hiddleston had to say about working with the ac...
Tags: Television, Movies, Interviews, Disney, Features, Sequels, Owen Wilson, Marvel Studios, Tom Hiddleston, Loki, Kang, Comic Book/Superhero, Disney/Pixar, Mobius, Featured Stories Sidebar, Sophia Di Martino


Vin Diesel, a Terrible Liar, Essentially Confirms He’ll Appear in the ‘Avatar’ Sequels

Last fall, James Cameron confirmed that live-action production on Avatar 2 had been completed down in New Zealand, and the crew was on the verge of finishing shooting for Avatar 3. However, there are still two more sequels slated in the sci-fi franchise, and it sounds like Vin Diesel will be part of them when the time comes. Back in the spring of 2019, Vin Diesel posted an Instagram video from the set of the Avatar sequels. At the time, the Fast and Furious franchise star seemed to hint that he...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Sci-fi, Avatar, Sequels, New Zealand, James-Cameron, 20th Century Fox, Marvel Studios, Vin-Diesel, HOROWITZ, MTV News, Tom Holland, Action/Adventure, Disney/Pixar, Josh Horowitz


New ‘Indiana Jones’ Trilogy Poster Set Gives the Franchise’s MacGuffins the Spotlight

There are so many Indiana Jones posters out there that it can be hard to find a fresh angle to celebrate the beloved adventure movies. But artist Lyndon Willoughby has created a fantastic Indiana Jones trilogy poster set that puts the focus on three of the iconic “MacGuffins” (you know, the artifacts Indy is looking for) from the original trilogy. Plus, he also figured out a way to include a memorable shot from each of the movies. See all of the Lyndon Willoughby Indiana Jones trilogy posters b...
Tags: Art, Movies, Sequels, Lucasfilm, Paramount Pictures, Indiana-Jones, Cool Stuff, Action/Adventure, Disney/Pixar, Bottleneck Gallery, Indiana-Jones-and-the-Last-Crusade, Raiders-of-the-Lost-Ark, Indiana-Jones-and-the-Temple-of-Doom, Lyndon Willoughby, Lost Ark, Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark


‘F9’ Director Justin Lin on Returning to the Series and How You Top a Rocket Car [Interview]

When Justin Lin was directing 2013’s Fast & Furious 6, the idea of bringing the action series to an end was a pipe dream. Lin was preparing to exit the Fast and Furious franchise, moving on to direct a Star Trek film and episodes of prestige TV like True Detective, and the concept of bringing the Fast and Furious movies to a satisfying close was something better suited to casual chatter with star Vin Diesel, not something that was actually on the table. Cut to nine years later, and Lin is prepa...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Features, Sequels, Tokyo, Edinburgh, Universal, Justin-Lin, Paul Walker, Chris Morgan, Vin Diesel, Roman, Han, Lin, Vin, Jakob


‘Rocky IV’ Director’s Cut Has a Release Date and Knock-Out Poster Reveal

Sylvester Stallone has been keeping himself busy during the pandemic with his long-awaited director’s cut of Rocky IV. The film’s writer, director, and ridiculously ripped star has been teasing this release for months now, but Stallone finally announced a release date, as well as a gorgeous poster reveal for the occasion. While the 35th anniversary of the 1985 epic sports drama was technically on November 27, 2020, it’s nice to still be able to celebrate Rocky Balboa’s victory all over again on...
Tags: Movies, Russia, Sports, Canada, United States, Sequels, Sylvester Stallone, Stallone, Rocky, Rocky Balboa, Ivan Drago, Drago, Paulie, Rocky Balboa Stallone, Rivoli, Adrian Talia Shire


‘Greenland’ Sequel Coming, Even Though the First Movie Kind of Ended the World

Greenland, a shockingly good Gerard Butler movie about a planet-killing comet, is getting a sequel. Which is a little surprising, since the movie ended with the comet smashing into Earth and killing off a huge chunk of the population. But those who survived will now be forced to deal with more problems as they trek across the ruined wasteland of what was once Europe. Butler and original director Ric Roman Waugh are both set to return for the sequel, which is called Greenland: Migration. I ex...
Tags: Europe, Movies, Earth, Sequels, Greenland, Gerard-Butler, Butler, Nathan, Ric Roman Waugh, Baccarin, Chris Sparling, Garrity, Allison Morena Baccarin, John Garrity Butler, Greenland: Migration, Europe Butler


‘Spider-Man 4’ Fight Animatic Shows Off an Action Scene From Sam Raimi’s Abandoned Sequel

The year was 2010. Casting news was ramping up about Spider-Man 4, the fourth installment of director Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man film series for Sony Pictures. John Malkovich was tapped to play The Vulture, and Anne Hathaway was in talks to play Felicia Hardy – who, in this iteration, would not have been the catsuit-wearing thief Black Cat, but would instead be the daughter of The Vulture known as The Vulturess. That movie came crashing down and Sony ultimately moved on to Marc Webb’s The Amazing S...
Tags: Images, Movies, Sequels, Sony, John Malkovich, Anne Hathaway, Andrew Garfield, Tobey-Maguire, Marvel Studios, Spider Man, Peter, Duncan, Sam-Raimi, Tom Holland, Raimi, Peter Parker


‘Knives Out 2’ Adds ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Star Wars,’ and ‘Iron Fist’ Actress Jessica Henwick

Jessica Henwick is trading her swords for knives, as the latest cast member to join Rian Johnson’s Knives Out sequel. The Game of Thrones and Iron Fist star has been cast in Knives Out 2, joining Daniel Craig‘s detective Benoit Blanc alongside an array of series newcomers including Kate Hudson, Leslie Odom Jr., Kathryn Hahn, Dave Bautista, Janelle Monáe, and Edward Norton. Deadline reports that Jessica Henwick, who has appeared in supporting roles in Game of Thrones, Star Wars, and most nota...
Tags: Movies, Greece, Casting, Netflix, Sequels, Daniel Craig, Ryan Gosling, Johnson, Rian Johnson, Craig, Rian, Tran, Mystery/Suspense, Kelly Marie Tran, Ram Bergman, Colleen Wing


New ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Logo Video Teases an ‘Into the Spider-Verse’ Connection

Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe appears to be extremely interested in the idea of the multiverse: a series of separate, distinct universes running parallel to one another. Some characters have the ability to jump in and out of those universes, and before we see Doctor Strange grapple with the Multiverse of Madness next year, Spider-Man: No Way Home is primed to take audiences into that chaos by re-introducing familiar heroes and villains from previous iterations of Spider-Man movies in...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Sequels, Sony, Jamie Foxx, Wanda, Marvel Studios, Loki, Sam Raimi, Alfred Molina, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Doc Ock, Wanda Maximoff, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Spider Verse


‘The Flash’ Director Teases New Costume With a Revised Lightning Logo

Production on The Flash is currently underway in the U.K. It’s the first solo adventure for Ezra Miller as the Scarlet Speedster, and he’ll have some exciting company with him in the form of Michael Keaton returning as Tim Burton’s version of Batman. Director Andy Muschietti recently teased The Dark Knight’s suit from the set of the DC Comics movie, and now he’s given the Crimson Comet the same courtesy, revealing a tease of the Flash movie costume, including a revised lightning logo. The F...
Tags: London, Movies, Instagram, Tim Burton, Sequels, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Michael Keaton, Warner Brothers, Ezra Miller, Barry Allen, Comic Book/Superhero, The-Flash, Andy Muschietti


How the “Justice for Han” Campaign Was Instrumental in Bringing Sung Kang Back in ‘F9’

When the #JusticeforHan campaign first sprung up in the wake of the eighth entry of the Fast and the Furious franchise, The Fate of the Furious, Justin Lin wasn’t even aware of the fervor that had kicked up around the fan-favorite character that he had introduced in Tokyo Drift. Lin had stepped away from the Fast and Furious franchise with 2013’s Fast & Furious 6, having left Sung Kang‘s Han Lue to his tragic, seemingly random doom in Tokyo. But after the seventh Fast and Furious film introduce...
Tags: Movies, Justice, Sequels, Tokyo, Universal, Justin-Lin, Shaw, Han, Lin, Jakob, Action/Adventure, Sung Kang, Deckard Shaw Jason Statham, Han Lue, F9, Sung Kang Back


Marvel Studios TV Shows Are Produced More Like Feature Films, But Could That Soon Change?

Since the new Marvel Studios TV shows being produced for Disney+ are so closely tied to the events of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it only makes sense that the shows are being crafted as if they were feature films. At least that’s how they’re being treated behind the scenes with a process that removes one key element of television production. Whenever a TV show is made, there’s typically a role called a showrunner. This position acts much in the same way that a director and producer would on ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Marvel, Disney, Sequels, Ms. Marvel, Kate, Marvel Studios, Hawkeye, Loki, Kevin, Finlayson, Kevin Feige, Waldron, Meera Menon, Herron


‘F9’ Director Justin Lin on the Stunt That Was Too Crazy (And Too Expensive) to Make It Into the Movie

For the Fast and Furious franchise, the sky is the limit. Quite literally in F9, a spectacle-filled action sequel in which just one of the many wild action scenes involves sending a car up to space. But director and co-writer Justin Lin — returning to the franchise after eight years away — found that even the sky has limits. This post contains some spoilers for an action scene teased in the trailers. But proceed with caution. Lin and the F9 team have shown their dedication to practical effec...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Edinburgh, Universal, Justin-Lin, Charlize Theron, Lin, Action/Adventure, Fast and Furious, Daniel Casey, Sean Boswell, F9, Lucas Black Pontiac Fiero


How ‘Loki’ Expands on the Rules of Time Travel From ‘Avengers Endgame’

Avengers: Endgame introduced time travel into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it required a whole exposition-filled conversation for fans who may have been expecting it to work as they’ve seen in other franchises like Back to the Future and Star Trek. Now Loki has come along and made things even more complicated by expanding on those rules. Loki head writer Michael Waldron recently discussed how he and the show’s writing staff built on those rules and had to define a whole new set of them by...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sequels, Avengers, Marvel Studios, Loki, TVA, Morty, Rick, Collider, Waldron, MCU, Comic Book/Superhero, Disney/Pixar, Michael Waldron, Avengers: Endgame


‘Loki’ Writer Michael Waldron Weighs the Future of the Time Variance Authority in the MCU

Marvel’s new series Loki expands the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a complicated way by introducing the Time Variance Authority, an agency tasked with preserving the flow of time in what is known as “The Sacred Timeline.” Since the TVA is trying to prevent the creation of multiverses and a potential war between them, what place does this agency have in the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, especially Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness?  Loki head writer Michael Waldron wasn’t w...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sequels, Doctor Strange, Marvel Studios, Loki, TVA, Kevin Feige, Waldron, Scott Derrickson, Comic Book/Superhero, Disney/Pixar, Derrickson, Doctor Strange 2, Michael Waldron, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


Cool Stuff: ‘Rogue One’ Characters Get a Refresh in Updated ‘Star Wars’ Black Series Action Figures

If you loved Rogue One: A Star Wars Story but missed out on picking up Hasbro’s line of Star Wars Black Series action figures a inspired by the movie, we have good news. Thanks to photoreal sculpting technology, Hasbro has been re-releasing updated versions of Star Wars Black Series figures with head sculpts that much more closely resemble the actors from the movies. The latest round is a refreshed wave of Rogue One Star Wars Black Series action figures, including some characters who never made...
Tags: Amazon, Toys, Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Hasbro, Lucasfilm, Cool Stuff, Rogue One, Whitaker, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Star-Wars, Disney/Pixar, Ben Daniels, Baze Malbus Jiang Wen, Star Wars Black Series


‘Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora’ Trailer: James Cameron’s Sci-Fi Hit is Getting a Huge Open-World Video Game

It’s been over a decade since Avatar hit theaters, and we’re still waiting for James Cameron to deliver the sequels that he promised so long ago. But when Avatar 2 arrives next year, we’ll be getting double the dose of Pandora thanks to a new video game. Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is a new open-world video game from Ubisoft, the creators of Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry, putting players in the lush world of Pandora where they can explore the vibrant world and protect if from the destructive Re...
Tags: Movies, Video Games, Sci-fi, Pandora, Avatar, Sequels, Ubisoft, James-Cameron, 20th Century Fox, Luna, RDA, Assassin, Disney/Pixar, Massive Entertainment, Lightstorm Entertainment, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora


‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Will Fill in the Bounty Hunter’s Past, Robert Rodriguez is Directing Several Episodes

Before The Mandalorian continues on Disney+, Star Wars fans will take a break with a new live-action series focusing on the return of one of the most notorious bounty hunters in the galaxy. The Book of Boba Fett is bringing back the character who debuted in The Empire Strikes Back, seemed to perish in Return of the Jedi, and made a triumphant return on the second season of The Mandalorian. Actor Temuera Morrison reprised his role as the clone/adoptive son of the bounty hunter Jango Fett, and he...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Sequels, Jon Favreau, Lucasfilm, Robert-Rodriguez, Boba Fett, Morrison, Don, Rodriguez, Bounty Hunter, Star-Wars, Disney/Pixar, Temuera Morrison


‘Black Widow’ is Similar to ‘Captain America: Winter Soldier’, According to Director Cate Shortland

For myself and many others, 2014’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier is a high point in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The way that film balances typical Marvel action sequences and solid performances with paying lip service to weighty themes about government, surveillance, and betrayal makes it stand out, but the dynamic, complicated relationship between old pals Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes is the film’s beating heart. If you liked that movie, we have good news. In a new interview about Bl...
Tags: Movies, Disney, America, Sequels, Black Widow, Scarlett Johansson, Ridley Scott, Marvel Studios, Joe, Louise, Thelma, Steve Rogers, Anthony Russo, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Disney/Pixar


‘Indiana Jones 5’ Set Image Makes It Very Clear We’re Getting a Digitally De-Aged Indy

A new Indiana Jones 5 set image has surfaced, and it confirms what we suspected: we’re getting a digitally de-aged Harrison Ford at some point in the movie. This will immediately make some apprehensive, while also making others wonder: just how much digital de-aging is going on in the movie? And why? Ford is older now, of course, but he looks great for his age, and he already looked like an older Indy in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. So what gives? Biodigital Jones, M...
Tags: Images, Movies, Ford, Sequels, Harrison-Ford, Indiana Jones, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Toby-Jones, Indy, John Henry Butterworth, James Mangold, North Yorkshire Moors, Indiana-Jones-5, Phoebe Waller



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