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Brie Larson, who took home a Gotham Award for her role in “Short Term 12,” and Emilia “Mother of Dragons” Clarke are currently up for the role of Sarah Connor in the upcoming reboot of “The Terminator,” reports Deadline. Both were on a shortlist The Hollywood Reporter released last month.
The… Continue reading Brie Larson, Emilia Clarke Up for Sarah Connor Role in 'Terminator' Reboot: Report
Big news tonight as Paramount makes things nice and official by revealing the release date for the next Terminator movie: June 26, 2015. With that, though, comes even more news: it’ll be a reboot and the first part of a new trilogy. The official press release doesn’t confirm Arnold Schwarzenegger as the star, but Deadline says he’s in and the guy has already gone on… Continue reading What To Expect from the 'Terminator' Reboot, Due Out Summer of 2015
Audiences clamoring for information about “Star Wars: Episode VII” can take comfort in the fact that not even the creator the franchise knows what’s happening with the film. It’s either good news or bad news, depending on how much you liked the “Star Wars” prequels, but George Lucas has revealed that he has yet to talk to J.J. Abrams about “Episode VII” since Abrams… Continue reading 'Star Wars: Episode VII': Is George Lucas Involved in the J.J. Abrams Reboot?
A remake of ‘80s cult horror classic “Poltergeist” was announced in 2011, but not much information about the project had been scared up until now. What was once thought to be a complete reboot might instead be a sequel, if two recent reports are to be believed.
Earlier this week, Bloody Disgusting posted a short synopsis of the movie, which would follow a similar trajectory to the original, focusing this time… Continue reading 'Poltergeist' Reboot May Actually Be a Sequel
Earlier this month, “Jurassic Park 4” was rumored to be facing extinction after Universal announced the project would be delayed indefinitely to accommodate filmmakers’ ambitious plans for the long-awaited sequel. While the studio put a sunnier spin on the decision — the delay would allow “adequate time to bring audiences the best possible version” of the film, Universal said — some crew members were less optimistic, insinuating on social media… Continue reading Is 'Jurassic Park 4' a Reboot? Yes, According to Sam Neill