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‘A Quiet Place Part II’ is Tracking for a Not-So-Quiet $60 Million Box Office Debut

A Quiet Place Part II is set to make some noise at the box office when it debuts next month. John Krasinski’s sequel to his surprise 2018 horror hit A Quiet Place is on track to open at the box office to $60 million, surpassing the first film’s $50.2 million domestic opening. Read more about the A Quiet Place Part 2 box office tracking below. Deadline reports that A Quiet Place Part II is projected to scare up $60 million at the box office when it debuts in theaters on March 20, soundly beat...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Sequels, Box Office, Paramount Pictures, Cillian Murphy, John Krasinski, Abbott, A Quiet Place, Noah Jupe, Emily Blunt Millicent Simmonds, A Quiet Place Part II


‘No Time to Die’ Could Be the Longest Bond Movie Ever, Which Means You’ll Have No Time to Pee

Ready for the longest Bond movie yet? Well, you better get ready, because it looks like No Time to Die is going to clock in at almost three-hours-long. The latest (and final) entry in Daniel Craig‘s tenure as 007 has been reported by multiple sources as 163 minutes long. That would officially make it the longest James Bond movie, although all of the Craig films – save for Quantum of Solace – have had hefty runtimes. Two different theater chains – Regal and  Pathe Netherlands – are both listi...
Tags: Movies, Russia, Roger Ebert, Sequels, James-Bond, Secret Service, Daniel Craig, Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Bond, Craig, Solace, No Time To Die, Pathe Netherlands


Steven Spielberg No Longer Directing ‘Indiana Jones 5’; James Mangold Might Take Over Instead

There’s a shake-up regarding Indiana Jones 5: Steven Spielberg is out, James Mangold is possibly in. Spielberg will no longer direct the fifth entry in the adventure series, and is instead planning to hand the franchise over to Ford v Ferrari director James Mangold. The decision to depart is entirely Spielberg’s, and he’ll still be involved as a hands-on producer. But does anyone really want a new Indiana Jones movie without Spielberg’s direction? Very few movie news stories leave me flabber...
Tags: Movies, Ferrari, Ford, Sequels, Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones, Spielberg, Steven-Spielberg, Variety, Kathleen Kennedy, Dan Fogelman, Crystal Skull, Mangold, David Koepp, James Mangold, Indiana-Jones-5


‘Creed 3’ Ready to Step Back in the Ring With a New Writer

Adonis Creed might be gearing up for another fight. Creed 3 is reported to be in the works, with Zach Baylin handling the script. Baylin wrote the upcoming King Richard, starring Will Smith as the father of Venus and Serena Williams. There are zero plot details for Creed 3 at the moment, and no director is attached yet. On top of all that, star Michael B. Jordan is a busy man, so there’s no word on just when this movie will see the light of day. But you can bet MGM wants to make it happen. T...
Tags: Movies, Sports, Sequels, David O Russell, Jordan, Will Smith, Sylvester Stallone, Creed, Ryan Coogler, Richard, Serena Williams, MGM, Venus, Denzel Washington, Michael B Jordan, Stallone


‘Indiana Jones 5’ Is Still Dealing With Scheduling and Script Issues, According to Harrison Ford

What’s new with Indiana Jones 5? Last we heard, the latest (and final?) adventure of Dr. Jones was set to start filming in about two months. Or is it? Harrison Ford, currently promoting his movie where he hangs out with a cartoon dog, recently opened up about the sequel. According to Ford, everyone involved with Indy 5 wants to make sure the film gives viewers something they didn’t anticipate. He also says that the film is dealing with “scheduling issues” and has “a few script things still to d...
Tags: Movies, Ford, Sequels, Harrison-Ford, Indiana Jones, Steven Spielberg, Jones, Indy, Indiana-Jones-5


‘Jurassic World 3’ Title Revealed: Welcome To ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’

Jurassic World 3 is now filming; in fact, it just started filming – and with that news comes the official title. Are you ready for it? Should I make you wait until after the jump to see it? How much longer can I drag this out? Okay, that’s enough. It’s called Jurassic World: Dominion. Day One#JurassicWorld pic.twitter.com/UnQIUFwJ3t — Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) February 25, 2020 Colin Trevorrow just casually dropped the title of Jurassic World 3 like it was nothing. The director r...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Jurassic Park, Jurassic World, Bryce Dallas Howard, Laura Dern, Chris Pratt, Smith, Grant, Colin Trevorrow, Trevorrow, Daniella Pineda, Emily Carmichael, Jurassic World 3, Ellie Malcolm, Jurassic World: Dominion


‘Mission: Impossible 7’ Stops Production in Venice Due to Coronavirus

Mission: Impossible 7 has suffered a setback. Due to the coronavirus, Paramount Pictures has altered its plans for a three-week shoot in Venice, Italy, releasing a statement on Monday which essentially explained that they won’t take any unnecessary chances when it comes to the deadly disease. “Out of an abundance of caution for the safety and well-being of our cast and crew, and efforts of the local Venetian government to halt public gatherings in response to the threat of coronavirus, we are...
Tags: Movies, China, Sequels, Italy, Venice, Tom Cruise, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Venice Italy, Christopher McQuarrie, Action/Adventure, McQuarrie, Mission: Impossible 7, THR During, South Korea Iran Croatia


‘Star Wars: The High Republic’ Revealed: Everything You Need To Know About Project Luminous

Last night at an event held at Walt Disney Studios, Lucasfilm revealed Star Wars: The High Republic, a new publishing program which will feature interconnected stories told across multiple publishers in a section of the Star Wars timeline not yet explored in canon. We were there in attendance to learn all about this new era and how it might change the future of Star Wars storytelling. What is Project Luminous? Initially teased at Star Wars Celebration in 2019 as “Project Luminous,” Star W...
Tags: Star-Wars, Books, Texas, Movies, Sci-fi, Ireland, Sequels, San Diego, Mathew McConaughey, Lucasfilm, Kylo Ren, Lando, Luca, Padawan, Daniel Jose Older, Skywalker


‘No Time to Die’ Featurette: Cary Joji Fukunaga Sends Daniel Craig’s James Bond Out with a Bang, Teases Villain

We’re less than two months from the release of No Time to Die, the 25th movie in the long-running James Bond film franchise, and it looks like Daniel Craig‘s 007 is going out in style. Today, a new featurette has arrived that’s narrated by co-writer/director Cary Joji Fukunaga, in which he showcases lots of behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the film and talks about his approach to this milestone moment in the Bond saga. No Time to Die Featurette “For me as a writer and directo...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, James-Bond, Daniel Craig, Jamaica, Cia, Ralph Fiennes, Bond, MGM, Craig, Rami Malek, Malek, Safin, Eon, Phoebe Waller Bridge, Fukunaga


‘Jurassic World 3’ Might Bring Back Another ‘Jurassic Park’ Character

Oh Timmy, Timmy, Timmy. You were part of the original 1993 Jurassic Park, a film that shaped a generation of dinosaur lovers and launched a franchise that still sends chills down our spines today. Your wide-eyed look remains iconic. Your battle with the electric fence will never be forgotten. And, according to your actor Joseph Mazzello, you may be coming back in Jurassic World 3 for yet another round with that darned electric fence. Mazzello, who recently appeared in the Oscar-winning Bohem...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Sequels, Jurassic Park, Universal, Jurassic World, Chris Pratt, Steven Spielberg, Colin Trevorrow, Tim, Jeff Goldblum, Action/Adventure, Omar Sy, Amblin Entertainment, Joe Mazzello, Jurassic World 3


‘A Quiet Place Part 2’ TV Spot and Featurette Both Want You to Keep Your Voice Down, Please

A Quiet Place Part 2 is almost upon us, which means its time for the marketing to kick into overdrive. Two new videos for the horror sequel are here for your viewing pleasure – one is essentially the same thing as the current trailer, with some new footage; the other is a behind-the-scenes featurette that helpfully recaps just what the heck is going on in the world of the films. A Quiet Place Part 2 TV Spot This trailer – or, more likely, extended TV spot – is mostly the same thing as t...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Sequels, Emily Blunt, Cillian Murphy, John Krasinski, Abbott, Video Clips, Krasinski, TV Spots, Behind the Scenes Footage, Millicent Simmonds Noah Jupe, A Quiet Place Part 2


Sequel Bits: Will ‘Hocus Pocus 2’ Bring Back More Familiar Faces?; ‘Knives Out’ Sequel Will Have New Characters; ‘P.S. I Love You’ Is Getting a Sequel

In this edition of Sequel Bits: Thora Birch is down for a Hocus Pocus 2 cameo, if anyone wants to get her on the phone about that. Rian Johnson confirms the Knives Out sequel will bring in a new cast for a new mystery. P.S. I Love You is getting a sequel. Even though Hocus Pocus was not a big hit when it arrived in 1993, it’s since gone on to have a rabid fanbase. And after years of rumors, a Hocus Pocus sequel is finally happening – for Disney+. Original leads Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Daniel Craig, Hilary Swank, Johnson, Gerard Butler, Rian Johnson, Variety, Holly, Butler, Dani, Gerry, Birch, MartA, Kathy Najimy, Swank


‘Brahms: The Boy 2’ Review: A Movie So Boring It’s Almost Impressive

No one walks into a movie called Brahms: The Boy 2 expecting a masterpiece, but for the love of Brahms, why is this thing so boring? William Brent Bell‘s follow-up to his mostly okay The Boy has a new group of people being plagued by a tiny antique doll, and expands the mythology, taking it to increasingly silly places. But silly would be fine if The Boy 2 was at least a little bit entertaining. It’s not. The Boy was an atmospheric thriller in which a young woman became convinced a creepy, J...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Features, Movie Reviews, Sequels, Katie-Holmes, Seinfeld, Sean, William Brent Bell, Brahms, Liza, Jude, Ce, Ralph Ineson, Jared Kushner, Featured Stories Sidebar


‘Knives Out 2’: Don’t Expect to Learn About Benoit Blanc’s Backstory

If you were mesmerized by Daniel Craig‘s Southern detective Benoit Blanc in Knives Out and thought to yourself, “I really hope a possible sequel sheds more light on where that character came from,” I have some bad news. Writer/director Rian Johnson, who is hard at work on a follow-up that will reunite him with Craig, says he’s not interested in exploring Benoit Blanc’s backstory in future movies. Benoit Blanc’s Backstory Will Seemingly Remain a Mystery Aside from an offhanded mention that h...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Vulture, Daniel Craig, Johnson, Agatha Christie, Rian Johnson, Craig, Don, Blanc, Christopher Plummer, Lionsgate Films, Mystery/Suspense, Poirot, Knives Out, Benoit Blanc


‘The Batman’ May Draw Inspiration From ‘Batman: Year One’ and ‘The Long Halloween’, Could Introduce the Flying Graysons [Updated]

Update: Set photos have been posted online that appear to depict jack-o-lanterns on the set of The Batman, which lends credence to the long-held speculation that Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale’s beloved comic graphic novel Batman: The Long Halloween may serve as an inspiration for Reeves’ movie. We won’t link to those photos, but they’re out there if you want to track them down. In any case, the apparent Halloween setting may mark the first time a live-action Batman movie has taken place during that ho...
Tags: Movies, Gotham, Robert Pattinson, Sequels, Gotham City, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Robin, Miller, Forbes, Reeves, Bruce, Frank Miller, Matt Reeves


‘The Batman’ May Draw Inspiration from ‘Batman: Year One,’ Could Introduce the Flying Graysons

Since Robert Pattinson stepped into the cape and cowl, it was clear that Matt Reeves‘ The Batman would follow a younger Caped Crusader. But just how early? We still know very few details about the plot of The Batman, but previous reports suggested that the film would show the early days of Batman’s career, barring the origin story that we’ve already seen dozens of times before. Now a new tweet from Reeves hints that The Batman will draw inspiration from one of the most iconic depictions of Batm...
Tags: Movies, Gotham, Robert Pattinson, Sequels, Gotham City, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Robin, Miller, Forbes, Reeves, Bruce, Frank Miller, Matt Reeves


‘Train to Busan’ Follow-Up ‘Peninsula’ is Not a Sequel, But is Set in the Same World

Train to Busan took the world by storm when the zombie horror hit debuted in 2016, spawning an animated prequel from director Yeon Sang-ho and the inevitable English-language remake. Now it seems like it will spawn a bonafide horror franchise over in South Korea, with Yeon directing a Train to Busan follow-up called Peninsula. But unlike many horror follow-ups, this won’t be a direct sequel. ScreenDaily brought the news about Peninsula, a Train to Busan follow-up that won’t act as a sequel t...
Tags: South Korea, Movies, Horror, Germany, Spain, Sequels, New Zealand, Danny Boyle, Vietnam, Busan, Peninsula, Jung, USA France, Yeon, Foreign Language, Yeon Sang-ho


‘Jurassic World 3’ Will Be Like ‘Avengers: Endgame,’ According to Chris Pratt

Jurassic World 3 is starting to have quite a loaded cast. In addition to returning Jurassic World series leads Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, Jurassic World 3 is getting the original Jurassic Park gang back together, with Laura Dern, Sam Neill, and Jeff Goldblum set to reprise their roles as Dr. Ellie Satler, Dr. Alan Grant, and Dr. Ian Malcolm, respectively. And as the cast grows, with newcomers like sci-fi TV regular Dichen Lachman and most recently, Venom actor Scott Haze, the Jurassic...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Sequels, Universal, Pixar, Chris Pratt, Ellen Degeneres, Neill, Pratt, Jeff Goldblum, DeGeneres, Jake Johnson, Goldblum, Ian Malcolm, Action/Adventure, Omar Sy


The New ‘Planet of the Apes’ Movie Won’t Be a Reboot, So Please Don’t Go Bananas

There’s a new Planet of the Apes movie in the works, but if you’ve read reports stating it’s another remake/reboot, you’ve been misinformed. Maze Runner director Wes Ball has been tasked with tackling the franchise next, and he was also nice enough to jump on Twitter and confirm that whatever he’s making, it’s not a reboot. Ball was tight-lipped as to what the movie might be about, but he swears that the legacy of the previous trilogy will remain intact. Late last year, word broke that a new...
Tags: Movies, Tim Burton, Sci-fi, Disney, Fox, Sequels, Rupert Wyatt, Andy Serkis, Ball, Caesar, Wes Ball, Serkis, Planet-of-the-Apes, 20th Century Studios


‘Orphan’ Prequel ‘Esther’ Coming From ‘The Boy’ Director

Orphan, Jaume Collet-Serra’s stylish horror thriller about an adopted child who turns out to be a murderous adult in disguise, is getting a prequel. William Brent Bell, director of The Boy and the upcoming Brahams: The Boy 2, is set to direct the pic, which is titled Esther. The movie will explore the origin story of the murderous faux-child. THR is reporting that William Brent Bell will direct an Orphan prequel called Esther. Here are the details: The new film tells the origin story of unde...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Disney, America, Sequels, Orphan, William Brent Bell, Esther, Lena, Isabelle Fuhrman, Vera Farmiga, Jaume Collet Serra, Collet Serra, Lena Klammer, David Coggeshall Prey Lena, Esther AKA Lena


‘Brahms: The Boy 2’ Clip Reminds You to Not Let Your Kids Play With Creepy Dolls

Have you heard the good news? Brahms is back. Yes, Brahms, the titular boy from The Boy, is ready to return in Brahms: The Boy 2. If you’ve seen the first film, you know by now that despite marketing to the contrary, the original The Boy was not about a killer doll. So just how the heck does that figure into the sequel? We don’t know yet. But we do know the doll is back, and his presence is inspiring all sorts of mischief. In a newly released The Boy 2 clip below, you can see Brahms sitting aro...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Sequels, Video Clips, The Boy, William Brent Bell, Brahms, Christopher Convery, Heelshire Mansion, Brahms: The Boy 2, Brahms Katie Holmes Ralph Ineson Owain Yeoman


‘Brahms: The Boy II’ Star Katie Holmes on Being Creeped Out by Brahms and the Communal Experience of Horror [Interview]

This weekend will see Brahms: The Boy II coming to theaters, bringing back the creepy doll with the piercing gaze and the unsettlingly innocent face. This time, Brahms is terrorizing a whole new family by way of a boy named Jude (Christopher Convery), who discovers the doll buried in the woods on the property of the Heelshire Mansion. Jude is suffering from some trauma after a home invasion, and he’s not speaking to his parents Liza and Sean (Katie Holmes and Owain Yeoman). But soon he starts s...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Horror, Features, Sequels, Katie-Holmes, Stx Entertainment, Don, Holmes, William Brent Bell, Brahms, Liza, Owain Yeoman, Featured Stories Sidebar, Sean Katie Holmes, Brahms: The Boy 2


‘Jurassic World 3’ Casts ‘Altered Carbon’ Star Dichen Lachman, Hires New Dinosaur Consulting Team

Altered Carbon star Dichen Lachman is the latest actor to join the cast of Jurassic World 3, joining an ensemble led by returning stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. Lachman’s addition to the Jurassic World 3 cast comes as director Colin Trevorrow announces a University of Edinburgh paleontologist joining the consulting team. Deadline reports that Dichen Lachman, who is currently starring in Netflix’s Altered Carbon and is best known for supporting roles in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Sequels, Universal, Jurassic World, Chris Pratt, University of Edinburgh, Colin Trevorrow, Howard, Pratt, Steve Brusatte, Jake Johnson, Isla Nublar, Action/Adventure, Omar Sy, Lachman


‘Halloween Kills’ is a “Very Big Movie” on a “Large Canvas”

Super producer Jason Blum recently dropped some info on Halloween Kills, the upcoming sequel to 2018’s Halloween. According to Blum, David Gordon Green‘s follow-up is going to be even bigger than the previous movie. How big? Blum didn’t specify, but we can only assume this means Michael Myers will be facing off against the cast of The Fast and the Furious, and also possibly going to space. Or maybe not.  Any time the producer of a movie issues a statement like this, you have to take it with a...
Tags: Halloween, Movies, Horror, Sequels, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jason Blum, Curtis, Blum, Michael Myers, Brackett, Anthony Michael Hall, Laurie Strode, Halloween Kills, Charles Cyphers, Blum David Gordon Green, Tommy Doyle Kyle Richards


See a Completed ‘Jurassic World 3’ Animatronic Baby Dinosaur Ready to Start Shooting

Jurassic World 3 is very close to the start of production. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard were recently joined by returning cast members Jake Johnson and Omar Sy from the original Jurassic World, and now director Colin Trevorrow is showing off a completed animatronic baby dinosaur from behind the scenes of the blockbuster sequel. Jurassic World 3 Animatronic Baby Dinosaur Ready. pic.twitter.com/mkTbGYbaGV — Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) February 17, 2020 This appears to be a c...
Tags: Images, Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Jurassic Park, Harry Potter, Universal, Jurassic World, Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Pratt, Colin Trevorrow, Jeff Goldblum, Neal Scanlan, John Nolan, Jake Johnson, Omar Sy


‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ Season 7 Clip: Captain Rex Meets Clone Force 99

The seventh and final season premiere of the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars arrives this Friday, and Disney+ is kicking things off with a bang by introducing a skilled and deadly new group of Clone Troopers called The Bad Batch. The “defective” experimental squad has some mutations that make them stand out from the rest of the troopers, and Captain Rex is a little leery about their tactics when he meets them in a newly released Clone Wars season 7 clip. Watch it below. Star Wars: ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Animation, Sequels, Rex, Lucasfilm, Video Clips, Grand Army, Star-Wars, Disney/Pixar, Ahsoka Tano, Star-Wars:-The-Clone-Wars, Galactic Empire With the Republic


Cool Stuff: Andy Fairhurst’s ‘Back to the Future’ Trilogy Print Set Goes Back in Time

There are countless art prints for Back to the Future out there in the world, many of them for the original movie that introduced us to Marty McFly, Doc Brown and the time traveling DeLorean. But as a fan of the  whole trilogy from director Robert Zemeckis, what I really like is when an artist creates a set of posters that represents the entire franchise with unifying imagery. Artist Andy Fairhurst has teamed up with Bottleneck Gallery for a new Back to the Future trilogy print set that satisfi...
Tags: Art, Comedy, Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Universal, Robert Zemeckis, Cool Stuff, Peabody, Old West, Marty McFly Doc Brown, Back-to-the-Future, Back to the Future Part II, Andy Fairhurst, Twin Pines Mall, Back to the Future Part III


‘Bill and Ted 3’ Image Makes Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter ‘Face the Music’

It’s still hard to believe this is really happening, but Bill and Ted 3, aka Bill and Ted Face the Music, is a real movie that we’ll actually get to see this year. After years of rumors and false starts, a third Bill and Ted movie is ready to bring back Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter as the Wyld Stallyns in their adulthood. A new, official Bill and Ted 3 image gives us a look at Reeves and Winter in character, awaiting us with open arms. I have to get this out of the way first: I cannot get u...
Tags: Images, Movies, Earth, Ted, Sequels, Bill, Barry, Keanu-Reeves, Reeves, Chris Matheson, Wyld Stallyns, Alex-Winter, Dean Parisot, Matheson, Ed Solomon, Movie Marketing


‘No Time to Die’ TV Spot: James Bond is Keeping Everyone Waiting

James Bond’s knives are out in No Time to Die, which features an exciting Knives Out reunion for Daniel Craig and Bond series newcomer Ana de Armas. Naturally, only Craig’s Bond would keep de Armas’ CIA agent waiting, but the superspy seems to enjoy taking his time in the the newest No Time to Die TV spot, keeping everyone on edge as they await Craig’s final outing as Agent 007. No Time to Die TV Spot A new No Time to Die spot that aired during the NBA All-Star game shows James Bond fac...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Jamaica, Cia, Bond, MGM, Craig, Ana, NBA All Star, Rami Malek, Safin, Lea Seydoux, Billy Magnussen, Action/Adventure


Harrison Ford Has No Idea What a Force Ghost is and He Could Not Care Less

Harrison Ford is famous for not getting caught up in the minutiae of the Star Wars universe. When it comes to playing Han Solo, he’s there to deliver his lines to the best of his ability, but don’t expect him to know what a moof milker is or anything like that. Just in case you needed some more evidence as to how little Harrison Ford cares about anything that doesn’t involve Han Solo, a new interview drives the point home. During the press rounds for the upcoming movie Call of the Wild, star...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Ford, Sequels, Harrison-Ford, Usa Today, Lucasfilm, Adam Driver, Yoda, Ben Solo, Abrams, J J Abrams, Skywalker, Star-Wars, Disney/Pixar, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker