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Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) isn't about to let a little thing like his car bursting into flames keep him from finishing a street race, which is yet another indication that this series is set completely outside our reality. With less than a month to go before the release of THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS, Universal Pictures have released a new clip from the upcoming sequel featuring Vin Diesel
Are you ready for more Adam Sandler movies on Netflix? Because you're going to get them whether you like it or not. Several years ago the actor signed a four-picture deal with the streaming media provider, which has so far resulted in THE RIDICULOUS SIX and THE DO-OVER with SANDY WEXLER on the way.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story features a number of iconic characters from prior Star Wars films, but there's one particular cameo in the movie that one of the film's writers, Gary Whitta, wishes wasn't included.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Whitta said he wasn't enthusiastic about the decision to include A New Hope's cantina brawlers Dr.
Sin City director Robert Rodriguez is in talks helm Fox's Escape From New York remake.
Variety reports that while negotiations are underway, nothing's been finalized yet. Fox has been working on the reboot since it acquired the film rights in 2015.
Michael Ireland is overseeing the project, with John Carpenter executive producing and Neil Cross, creator the Luther series, penning the script.
I thought this remake was dead?
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Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. I heard that the Escape From New York remake was dead. Heh, sorry, that was cheesy, but I couldn't help myself.
A long while ago Gerard Butler was attached to a remake of John Carpenter's classic flick and then that fell apart.