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Yesterday, we reported that several studios, including Legendary, Universal, Sony, and Paramount, were in the middle of a bidding war for Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's latest project with director Rawson Marshall Thurber. The project was described as a DIE HARD in China, and was reportedly getting several seven-figure offers. According to THR, Legendary has won that bidding war, paying "at least $3 million for the script alone." The film is entitled SKYSCRAPER, and in addition to DIE HARD, the project has also been compared to 1974's THE TOWERING INFERNO.
Star Wars Rebels Season 3 is coming to Star Wars Celebration!
Still recovering from the epic Star Wars Rebels Season Two finale? Feel like you have more questions than answers about what the future holds for the crew of the Ghost? Fear not! Lucasfilm has announced that Star Wars Rebels executive producer and supervising director Dave Filoni is headed to Star Wars Celebration Europe in London this July.
Filoni (and special guests) will share highly-guarded sneak peeks at what’s to come in Star Wars Rebels Season 3, including a screening of the first two episodes!
A long-time Star Wars fan himself, Filoni’s direction has added depth and resonance to the universe and characters with the critically acclaimed Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Rebels animated series.
Memorial day weekend is here and whatever your plans might be to take advantage of the extra day off, you can most assuredly add nostalgia to the mix. In celebration of it's 100th original film (ADVENTURES IN BABYSITTING), the Disney Channel will be airing all 99 of its original films up to the release of its latest.
New Fast 8 video has Dom’s whole crew together again
Universal Pictures has released a new Fast 8 video featuring the first time Dom Toretto and his whole crew are together for the shoot. Check out the Fast 8 video below, which includes looks at Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Kurt Russell, Scott Eastwood, Jason Statham and Nathalie Emmanuel, as well as Dwayne Johnson touching his bicep.
Well it looks like it's about that time. Every day gone seems to be another day closer to confirming that Daniel Craig's days as James Bond are numbered. As we mentioned in yesterday's piece, the actor has made no secret of the fact that he's pretty much done with 007, but as of now, everything is still all hearsay.
This weekend sees the release of X-MEN: APOCALYPSE, the sixth film in the X-MEN franchise, and the ninth film in the X-MEN Cinematic Universe. It's a franchise that's certainly had its ups and downs, and while many critics agree that APOCALYPSE has its strengths, on the whole, it seems to be an underwhelming installment in the franchise.