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‘The Meg 2’ to Be Directed By ‘Rebecca’ and ‘Kill List’ Filmmaker Ben Wheatley

Ben Wheatley is about to take a swim. The director of such varied projects as Sightseers and Netflix’s new Rebecca remake has been hired by Warner Bros. to direct The Meg 2, a follow-up to the studio’s 2018 giant shark movie. Star Jason Statham is expected to return to lead the cast once again, but man…Ben Wheatley directing a big-budget studio shark film? What an odd choice. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ben Wheatley is going to be The Meg 2 director. The British filmmaker made a name...
Tags: England, Hollywood, Movies, Rebecca, Netflix, Sequels, Warner Bros, Taylor, Jason Statham, Warner Brothers, Mariana Trench, Alicia Vikander, Wheatley, Meg, Jon, WB


‘Skylin3s’ Trailer: The Wild Sci-Fi Trilogy Comes to an End

Who knew, when the science fiction disaster film Skyline was released in 2010, that it would spawn a series that spanned a decade, to end with the appropriately and hilariously titled third film Skylin3s? Probably not many people, because most people probably don’t remember that the Skyline series exists. But here’s the new trailer for the latest (and final) film. Watch the Skylin3s trailer below. Skylin3s Trailer Vertical Entertainment has released an official trailer for sci-fi action...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Earth, Sequels, Movie Trailers, Skyline, Cobalt, Alexander Siddig, Frank Grillo, Rhona Mitra, Liam O Donnell, Hydraulx, Joshua Cordes, Skylin3s, Beyond Skyline O Donnell, Lindsey Morgan Jonathan Howard Alexander Siddig


‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’: Joe Manganiello is Coming Back as Deathstroke

Joe Manganiello (Magic Mike) appeared briefly in a post-credits scene of Justice League back in 2017, playing a menacing mercenary named Deathstroke. His appearance was designed to set up a sequel and maybe even a solo spin-off movie, but so far, neither one has happened. But now Manganiello is getting another shot at wearing the character’s eyepatch. A new report says he will be a part of Zack Snyder’s Justice League, the four-episode HBO Max series which will consist of footage Snyder shot th...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Casting, Joe Manganiello, Sequels, Justice-League, Jared Leto, Jesse Eisenberg, Snyder, Eisenberg, Zack Snyder, Lex Luthor, Deathstroke, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure


Watch Unused ‘Borat 2’ Footage from Inside the White House and a Cop’s Body Camera

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm is available on Amazon Prime right now, and the movie is replete with plenty of outrageous interactions with unsuspecting members of the American public. With a movie like this, where countless hours of footage is shot, there are many scenes that hit the cutting room floor. It could be because certain scenes don’t play well with an audience, or maybe it just doesn’t fit into the story. Thankfully, some of that footage is making its way online. The official Twitter acc...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Movies, White House, New York City, United States, Sequels, Kazakhstan, Donald Trump, Borat, Sacha-Baron-Cohen, Rudy Giuliani, Video Clips, Donald Trump Jr, White House Trump, Scott Wampler


Borat Responds to the Controversial “Sexy Time Encounter” in ‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’

Before Borat Subsequent Moviefilm even arrived on Amazon, it was making headlines. Press who saw the movie in advance for review saw a newsworthy story in one of the sequel’s most shocking moments: former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, who is Donald Trump’s current lawyer, is duped by one of Borat’s set-ups, putting himself in quite the compromising and controversial position. Now Borat himself has responded to the headlines as only he can, but beware of spoilers for one of the biggest gags...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Movies, New York City, Sequels, Kazakhstan, Giuliani, Donald Trump, Borat, Sacha-Baron-Cohen, Rudy Giuliani, Video Clips, Cohen, Tomi Lahren, Borat-2, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm


James Gunn’s ‘The Suicide Squad’ Gathers For a Crazy, Colorful Magazine Cover

Look, magazine covers aren’t really news, per se. But sometimes they give us new looks at highly-anticipated films, and the characters therein, which obliges us to spread the word. Case in point: the cover of the December issue of Empire gives us a brand new look at James Gunn‘s The Suicide Squad. The gang is all here: Harley Quinn, Peacemaker, Polka-Dot man, and the rest. Check it out below. James Gunn shared this Suicide Squad magazine cover, promising “lots of cool new images and intervi...
Tags: Images, Movies, Sequels, Suicide Squad, Idris Elba, Peter Capaldi, James Gunn, Margot Robbie, Warner Brothers, Pete Davidson, Boomerang, John Cena, Jai Courtney, Christopher Smith, Sean Gunn, Joel Kinnaman


James Gunn’s ‘The Suicide Squad’ Gathers For an Crazy, Colorful Magazine Cover

Look, magazine covers aren’t really news, per se. But sometimes they give us new looks at highly-anticipated films, and the characters therein, which obliges us to spread the word. Case in point: the cover of the December issue of Empire gives us a brand new look at James Gunn‘s The Suicide Squad. The gang is all here: Harley Quinn, Peacemaker, Polka-Dot man, and the rest. Check it out below. James Gunn shared this Suicide Squad magazine cover, promising “lots of cool new images and intervi...
Tags: Images, Movies, Sequels, Suicide Squad, Idris Elba, Peter Capaldi, James Gunn, Margot Robbie, Warner Brothers, Pete Davidson, Boomerang, John Cena, Jai Courtney, Christopher Smith, Sean Gunn, Joel Kinnaman


‘Once Upon a Snowman’ Clip: Watch Olaf Become Self-Aware in the Animated Short Available on Disney+ Today

Remember when the runtime Pixar’s Coco was increased by nearly a third of the film’s total length due to the fact that Disney attached the 22-minute short film Olaf’s Frozen Adventure to it? It was a brutal experience, especially for families who just wanted to take their kids to see a Pixar movie. Well, Disney is at it again with a new Frozen short film focusing on Olaf. Thankfully, Once Upon a Snowman clocks in around only seven minutes, and you can watch one minute of it right now On...
Tags: Amazon, Elsa, Frozen, Movies, Disney, Animation, Sequels, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar, Peter, Olaf, Josh-Gad, Short Films, Disney/Pixar, Disney Today, Becky Bresee


‘Sherlock Holmes 3’ on the “Back Burner” According to Director Dexter Fletcher

Earlier this month Robert Downey Jr. was talking about how he wanted to create a Sherlock Holmes Cinematic Universe after Sherlock Holmes 3 comes out. And that’s all well and good, but first – Sherlock Holmes 3 has to actually get made, and it doesn’t seem like that’s happening anytime soon. Dexter Fletcher, who is taking over the franchise from Guy Ritchie, recently said that the long-awaited sequel is now “on the back burner,” suggesting things won’t get off the ground anytime soon. While ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Robert-Downey-Jr, Sequels, Sherlock-Holmes, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Guy Ritchie, Fletcher, Conan Doyle, Dexter Fletcher, Warner Media, Downey Jr, Robert Downey Jr Sherlock Holmes, Susan Downey, Digital Spy


‘Avatar 2’ Underwater Scenes Had Sigourney Weaver and the Cast Holding Their Breath Over Six Minutes at a Time

Director James Cameron recently revealed that production on Avatar 2 is 100% complete in both live-action and motion capture filming, and Avatar 3 wasn’t too far behind. If you’re wondering what’s taking so damn long, it might be more than just the extensive post-production process and development of state-of-the-art technology. Because according to Sigourney Weaver, preparation for the shoot required cast members to train with “elite military divers” in order to allow them to hold their breath...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Avatar, New York Times, Sequels, Cameron, Sigourney-Weaver, James-Cameron, 20th Century Fox, Avatar 2, Weaver, Ellen Ripley, Disney/Pixar


‘No Time to Die’ Motorcycle Stunt Sprayed Street with 8,400 Gallons of Coca-Cola, Presumably Shaken, Not Stirred

Even though Tom Cruise and the Mission: Impossible franchise have become known for their death-defying practical stunts, Daniel Craig and the James Bond franchise have staged their fair share of cinematic mayhem. In fact, one particular No Time to Die stunt during the film’s production in Matera, Italy required a city street to be sprayed with 8,400 gallons of Coca-Cola, and it’s not even an egregious piece of production placement where James Bond crashes into a Coca-Cola truck. Total Film Ma...
Tags: Movies, Coca Cola, Sequels, James-Bond, Daniel-Craig, Universal, Casino Royale, Tom Cruise, MGM, Matera, Morrison, Indiewire, Matera Italy, Action/Adventure, Lee Morrison, Will Coca Cola


The New ‘Paranormal Activity’ Could Bring Back a Familiar Face

If there’s a main humn villain for the Paranormal Activity movies, it’s Katie Featherston, the possessed victim of the first sleeper hit who has been the only character to consistently appear in most of the installments of the horror franchise. Played by Katie Featherston (who was an unknown who starred by her own name in the original Paranormal Activity), Katie has appeared five times total through the franchise’s six films. And she might be making a sixth appearance in the latest Paranormal A...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Sequels, Jason Blum, Katie, Blumhouse, Featherston, Katie Featherston, Paranormal-Activity


‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ Release Date Pushed Back Even Further to June 2021

Sony Pictures ain’t afraid of no ghost, but they’re certainly afraid of the coronavirus pandemic, and it appears they’re worried that the first quarter of 2021 won’t be a prime time to bring audiences back to theaters. The studio has pushed back the release of Ghostbusters: Afterlife yet again, this time all the way back to the summer of 2021, closer to the window it was meant to be released in earlier this year. Sony Pictures (via The Wrap) announced the latest Ghostbusters: Afterlife relea...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Sony, Sony Pictures, Oklahoma, Jason Reitman, Ghostbusters, McKenna, Coon, Carrie Coon, Ivan Reitman, Release Dates, Gil Kenan, Finn Wolfhard


‘Candyman’ Gets New 2021 Release Date, ‘Legally Blonde 3’ Bends and Snaps Into Summer 2022 Slot

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, Hollywood studios are doing their best to peer into the future and predict slots in which they can drop new movies into theaters again. Today, Universal and MGM have unveiled the latest Candyman release date for the highly anticipated horror remake, while MGM are planting a flag for the long-gestating Legally Blonde 3. Get the details below. Universal and MGM are teaming up to distribute director Nia DaCosta‘s Candyman remake. The film was originally su...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Reese Witherspoon, Horror, Sequels, Universal, MGM, Mindy Kaling, Remakes, Candyman, Elle Woods, Witherspoon, MGM Studios, DaCosta, Tony Todd


‘Star Wars: The High Republic’ Introduces New Jedi Padawans, Including a Wookiee with a Huge Lightsaber

We’ve already met some of the new Jedi who will be trying to keep peace and order when a galaxy-wide crisis strikes in the upcoming Lucasfilm publishing initiative Star Wars: The High Republic. But those are the skilled Jedi who have plenty of experience. What about the up and coming Padawans? Today we’ve got a look at four new Jedi Padawan characters, including a Wookiee who wields a big lightsaber, and some details about the stories in which they’ll be debuting. StarWars.com has a look at ...
Tags: Books, New York, Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Lucasfilm, Bell, Concept Art, Silas, Daniel Jose Older, Jedi, Kashyyyk, IDW, Coruscant, Lula, Star-Wars


‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’ Review: Audaciously and Raucously Hilarious with a Surprisingly Tender Heart

Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan found fictional reporter Borat Sagdiyev learning about American culture and society, but he nearly upended it all by trying to literally bag himself the golden-haired Pamela Anderson to be his wife. But Borat’s film didn’t help make Kazakhstan great. In fact, it brought great shame upon them, and Borat was fired from his job, banished from his village, and sentenced to a life of hard labor in a gulag. But Americ...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Movies, Documentary, America, Features, Movie Reviews, Sequels, Kazakhstan, George W Bush, Borat, Sacha-Baron-Cohen, Black, Mike Pence, Cohen, Pamela Anderson


‘Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge’ Trailer Reveals Gameplay Footage as Frank Oz Joins the Cast as Yoda

Star Wars: Tales from Galaxy’s Edge, the new immersive VR experience from Lucasfilm and ILMxLAB, is coming to Oculus Quest platforms this fall. Now, new trailer finally reveals some gameplay footage from the new adventure that unfolds on Batuu, the canonical planet from the Star Wars-themed Disney theme park expansion. Along with the first look at actual gameplay from Star Wars: Tales from Galaxy’s Edge, the trailer reveals Jedi Master Yoda will be part of the game, voiced by none other than Fr...
Tags: Movies, Video Games, Sci-fi, Disney, Sequels, Virtual Reality, Disneyland, Lucasfilm, Cool Stuff, Yoda, Disney World, Jedi, Matthew Wood, Bobby Moynihan, Anthony Daniels, Star-Wars


‘Fast and Furious’ Franchise Confirmed to End with Two-Part Finale Directed by Justin Lin

Back in February this year, when we couldn’t even comprehend that our entire year was going to be ruined, Vin Diesel talked about the likelihood of ending the Fast and Furious franchise with Fast 10. However, rather than being one final movie, the franchise star and producer floated the idea of creating a two-part finale, not unlike the end of franchises like Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, and Twilight. Now that plan has been confirmed by Universal Pictures, and Justin Lin will be at the helm ...
Tags: Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Sequels, Universal, Justin-Lin, Johnson, Jason Statham, Universal Pictures, Vin-Diesel, Cardi, Nathalie Emmanuel, Fast and Furious 10, Action/Adventure, Brian Lynch, Sung Kang, Fast and Furious


Borat Drops By ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ with His Daughter and a ‘Borat 2’ Clip

This week brings the debut of Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, the sequel to the hit comedy mockumentary from 2005 starring Sacha Baron Cohen. That means “Borat” himself is making the publicity rounds to promote the streaming premiere of what promises to be a raucously hilarious follow-up that makes a mockery of our current political and social climate in the age of coronavirus and the disease that...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Movies, Jimmy-Kimmel, Israel, Sequels, Kazakhstan, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Donald Trump, Borat, Sacha-Baron-Cohen, Video Clips, Cohen, Kimmel, Borat-2, Tutar Irina Nowak


‘The Mandalorian’ Special Look Breakdown: The Next Chapter Begins

We’re less than two weeks out from the second season premiere of The Mandalorian on Disney+, and last night brought some new footage in a special look at the next chapter of the Star Wars series. Lucasfilm is still keeping plot details under wraps, but one line in this footage stood out among all the other dialogue we’ve heard so far, and it should have fans of Mandalorians very excited. Plus, there were some other interesting details to pick up on, so dig into our The Mandalorian special look ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Sequels, Lucasfilm, Mando, Imperial, Cara, Pedro Pascal, Star-Wars, Disney/Pixar, Trailer Breakdown, Featured Stories Sidebar, Horatio Sanz, Mandalorian


‘Dexter’ Revival Will Act as a “Second Finale” to Right the Original Ending’s Wrongs

Last week, Showtime dropped the bomb that Dexter would be returning as a limited series revival from original showrunner Clyde Phillips, with star Michael C. Hall set to don the splatter-proof vinyl apron again. It’s been seven years since Dexter went off the air, and seven years since most fans had purged the show from their brains after a particularly divisive finale. Which raised the question: who actually wanted a Dexter finale? Phillips did, specifically to “make right” by the much-maligne...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Oregon, Thriller, Sequels, Showtime, Miami, Hall, Dexter, Michael C Hall, Phillips, Dexter Morgan, Clyde Phillips, Hollywood Reporter 's TV 's Top, Podcast Phillips


New ‘Avatar 2’ Image Reveals Edie Falco’s New Character, Who Certainly Sounds Like a Villain

The /Film staff has a bit of a running joke when it comes to Avatar 2 news: is the publicity team going out their way to release only the most boring images imaginable? But that’s the problem you face when the world of a film is largely digital and won’t be ready for primetime until long after the cameras have finished rolling. The other problem is that director James Cameron will hunt us down and hurt us if we joke too much. Naturally, this means just about every glimpse of the upcoming sequel...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Pandora, Avatar, Sequels, Cameron, James Cameron, 20th Century Fox, Avatar 2, Ardmore, RDA, Falco, Edie-Falco, Stephen Lang, General Ardmore


‘Hocus Pocus’ Reunion Photo: The Sanderson Sisters Are Back, But Is It Really Just For One Night Only?

For decades, fans of the 1993 family-friendly Halloween movie Hocus Pocus have been clamoring for a sequel. A follow-up film was finally announced last year, and though original cast members Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy, and Sarah Jessica Parker have said they’re interested, there hasn’t been an official announcement confirming that they’re on board. But now they’re here with a bit of a Halloween surprise. Don’t set your hopes too high: it doesn’t seem as if director Adam Shankman’s new movie has...
Tags: Images, Comedy, Movies, Horror, New York City, Disney, Sequels, Bette Midler, Sarah-Jessica-Parker, Don, Midler, Kathy Najimy, Adam Shankman, Hocus Pocus, Disney/Pixar, Family Films


‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Will Begin Filming in January

While movie release dates are constantly in flux, Hollywood isn’t content to just sit around waiting to start shooting new stuff. Spider-Man 3 is currently shooting in New York. Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness is expected to start shooting after that. And now, plans are underway to start shooting Thor: Love and Thunder in January. During a recent interview with something called the Swisse Vitamins & Supply Company (via Coming Soon), Thor himself, Chris Hemsworth, revealed that p...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Australia, Sequels, Christian Bale, Chris-Hemsworth, Thor, Valkyrie, Natalie Portman, Marvel Studios, Tessa Thompson, Thunder, Hemsworth, Taika Waititi, Jane Foster, Comic Book/Superhero


‘Avatar: The Next Shadow’ Comic Book Will Fill the Gap Between ‘Avatar 2’ and the Original Movie

Now that the coronavirus pandemic has resulted in yet another delay for the first in a series of Avatar sequels, fans will need something to hold them over until Avatar 2 arrives in theaters in December of 2022. Thankfully, Dark Horse Comics has them covered with Avatar: The Next Shadow, a new limited Avatar sequel comic book series, which will be set between the events of the original movie and the first forthcoming sequel. It’s the first time an Avatar comic has taken place after the 2009 fil...
Tags: Books, Movies, Sci-fi, Pandora, Avatar, Sequels, Cameron, James Cameron, 20th Century Fox, Cool Stuff, Avatar 2, Jake, Jake Sully, TSU, Disney/Pixar, Neytiri


‘The Christmas Chronicles 2’ Trailer: Kurt Russell and His Sax Are Back to Save Christmas

Let’s face it: 2020 has kind of been a wash. But thankfully, our favorite holiday hero is back to save Christmas with his awesome beard and sweet sax-playing skills. Kurt Russell‘s badass Santa Claus returns in The Christmas Chronicles 2, the sequel to his hit 2018 holiday movie for Netflix, this time wielding a saxophone and some cool sunglasses. Watch The Christmas Chronicles 2 trailer below. The Christmas Chronicles 2 Trailer Chris Columbus writes and directs The Christmas Chronicles...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Sequels, Santa Claus, Movie Trailers, Kate, Santa, Jack, Columbus, North Pole, Hunt, Goldie Hawn, Kurt Russell, Cancun, Tyrese Gibson, Russell


Cool Stuff: ‘The Bride of Frankenstein’ Lives Again with a New Vinyl Soundtrack and Spinature Collectible

This year marks the 85th anniversary of the horror sequel The Bride of Frankenstein, the follow-up to the certified 1931 horror classic Frankenstein. Regarded as one of the greatest sequels in film history, the score by Franz Waxman is also an iconic piece of cinematic composition, and now you can bring the original music from the movie home on vinyl for the first time ever thanks to a new release from Waxwork Records. And they’ve got a new Bride of Frankenstein Spinature to go along with it. ...
Tags: Movies, Congress, Horror, Sequels, Vinyl, Universal, Collectibles, Cool Stuff, Syracuse University, Frankenstein, Boris Karloff, Elsa Lanchester, Franz Waxman, Mike Matessino, The Bride of Frankenstein, Waxwork Records


‘Borat 2’ Aims to Expose the Danger of Authoritarianism Through Comedy, Says Sacha Baron Cohen

Next week, Amazon brings us the surprise Borat sequel that we only just learned about barely a month ago. There’s no better time for Kazakhstan’s most famous reporter to come back to America, but this time comedian Sacha Baron Cohen hoped to achieve something different than he did the first time around. Though the primary goal of Borat: Subsequent Movie Film: Delivery of Prodigious Bride to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan is to make us laugh through shocking ...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Movies, America, New York Times, Sequels, Kazakhstan, Donald Trump, Borat, Sacha-Baron-Cohen, Mike Pence, Cohen, Olympia Washington, Borat-2


‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ Adds ‘On My Block’ Star Danny Ramirez

The Falcon the the Winter Soldier is in the process finishing the last bit of production that was halted earlier this year thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. Even though production is close to wrapping up, we’re only just now learning about another cast member joining the Marvel Studios series heading to Disney+. On My Block star Danny Ramirez has taken a role in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, joining Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan as the titular characters. The Hollywood Reporter has...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Casting, Disney, America, Netflix, Sequels, Jamie Foxx, Marvel Studios, Falcon, Ramirez, Daniel Brühl, Peter Parker, Steve Rogers, Stephen Strange


Anya Taylor-Joy’s Furiosa Will Be “Different” From Charlize Theron’s Take

When Charlize Theron first appeared onscreen in Max Max: Fury Road, wielding a shaved head and righteous fury, she became the unquestionable breakout star, a new cinematic icon for the ages. It was such an impactful performance that Furiosa star Anya Taylor-Joy “can’t even think about trying to step into her shoes,” the actress said of her upcoming leading role in the Fury Road prequel. So instead of trying to fill those shoes, Taylor-Joy will try something “different” from Theron’s performance...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Mtv, Sequels, Belfast, Chris Hemsworth, Mad Max: Fury Road, Warner Brothers, Furiosa, Miller, George Miller, Charlize-Theron, Theron, Max Max, Action/Adventure, Robert Eggers