Mackenzie Davis, star of AMC’s fantastic Halt and Catch Fire and the best episode of Black Mirror, is close to landing the lead role in Terminator 6. If the deal goes through she’d join the returning Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton as the new face of the franchise.
Brian Michael Bendis might have recently left Marvel Comics to write for DC, but he hasn’t completely abandoned the Marvel universe. Bendis and Deadpool director Tim Miller are coming together to make an X-Men film, which looks to be the long-rumored Kitty Pryde spin-off.
The ink may still be drying on the massive deal between Disney and Fox that’s bringing mutants back to Marvel’s Cinematic Universe, but that doesn’t mean Fox has any plans on slowing down production on one of the last X-Men movies it may make: A spinoff starring Kitty Pryde.
Last year, Sega announced it was working on a live-action Sonic the Hedgehog movie with Sony Pictures. Not surprisingly, the project didn’t immediately work and Sony recently put it in turnaround. Now Paramount Pictures is picking up the blue speedster and running with him.
The news broke last week that Linda Hamilton would reunite with Arnold Schwarzenegger in the new Terminator film, to be directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool) with James Cameron producing. The stars are aligned for the first great Terminator film in decades—but what will it take to get it right?
Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger are both returning for the sixth Terminator film. James Cameron, who made the first two films, is producing, with Tim Miller (Deadpool) directing.
The Terminator franchise helped launch James Cameron’s career to a level few other filmmakers dream of. However, after his first two films in the franchise, he walked away—mostly due to complicated rights issues—and the subsequent sequels suffered for it.
For years, fans of William Gibson’s iconic science fiction novel Neuromancer have patiently waited as multiple attempts at making a film adaptation have come and gone. Well, now there’s another one, and it has the director of Deadpool attached.
It seemed like Terminator Genisys had killed the Terminator franchise once and for all, but a new hero is coming back: James Cameron. Cameron, who wrote and directed the first two films, regains the rights in 2019 and is reportedly working with Deadpool director Tim Miller on a brand new film.
Something smells off in the world of Deadpool 2 and it ain’t the chimichangas.
There was never a doubt Deadpool 2 was going to happen, it was just a question of who was going to make it. Now that those issues have been settled, Deadpool himself is ready to talk about it all.
Earlier this month, Ezra Miller said that the thing the next Flash director needs is “heart.” Kevin Smith’s got a much smarter take on what the next director needs and even has a suggestion for Warner Bros. to consider. (No, it is not himself.)
It was a dark day in Deadpool land when director Tim Miller, who did such an amazing job on the first film, left its developing sequel. He’s quickly found himself a new project, though. “Quick” being the key word.
UPDATED 1.30PM EST: It looks like this isn’t as certain as to who’ll take on Deadpool 2 as we thought. Deadline now reports that while David Leitch is in the running, no decision has been made yet on a director—the shortlist includes The Martian’s Drew Goddard, TV director Magnus Martens, and more. The original story…
Over the weekend, it was reported that Tim Miller, who directed Deadpool, would not be returning for the sequel, supposedly over a casting dispute with Ryan Reynolds. A new report from The Wrap says that the rift went deeper than that. And it makes Miller leaving sound like the best possible outcome.
Deadline is reporting that Deadpool director Tim Miller is leaving the sequel over a series of creative differences with star Ryan Reynolds. Variety confirmed the news with its own source. Miller hadn’t signed a formal deal for the next film in Fox’s franchise, based on the Marvel comic, but he was reportedly working…
It’s turning out to be a very good day for films everybody assumed would never happen! Tim Miller, best known for turning a foul-mouthed superhero into an R-rated blockbuster, said that the adaptation of Eric Powell’s unbelievably great comic may actually still be made, and it’s likely thanks to Deadpool’s success.
Tim Miller’s Deadpool movie is so good and so true to the character, it’s hopefully wiped out most memories you had about his first incarnation as a gooey ninja who couldn’t speak at the end of X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Now the director of that film, Gavin Hood, has explained why his version was so bad and the new one…
Deadpool is a comic book movie that was a passion project for everyone involved. This meant making a superhero movie on a very small budget—and one slashed at the last second at that. A bunch of characters and scenes got the ax for budgetary reasons, but know we know everything that almost made it into the movie.