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The next installment of Star Trek began principal photography today. It could very well be a departure of sorts from the previous two installments, if only because their director, J.J. Abrams, went and made a Star Wars movie instead. There’s a new guy at the helm, and that’s about all we know for sure. But below we’ll guide you… Continue reading 'Star Trek 3' Begins Filming -- See the First Set Photos, Plus More On the 2016 Sequel

Independence Day: Resurgence

Independence Day: Resurgence: The first look at the sequel to 1996’s Independence Day reveals a “Moon Tugg” spacecraft; the official title, Independence Day: Resurgence, has also been announced. In the movie, Earth has recovered alien technology to build an immense defense program, but is it enough to defeat another invasion? The cast includes Liam Hemsworth, Jeff Goldblum, Bill Pullman… Continue reading Movie News: First Look at 'Independence Day' Sequel; Watch New 'Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation' Trailer

If you were disappointed by Kick-Ass 2, the future of the franchise is answering to your interests. That is, if your interests include origin stories and going backwards and then later moving forwards again. Any questions? Yes? Okay, we’ll try to answer as best we can:

Will there be a Kick-Ass 3?

While promoting the home video release of Kingsman: The

Matthew Vaughn has directed entries in franchises before (X-Men: First Class, Kick-Ass), but he’s never directed a sequel to one of his own movies before. Even his directorial debut Layer Cake, which we recently learned would get a sequel, will have its follow-up directed by somebody else. But apparently that may change with Kingsman: The Secret Service.

While doing a video interview… Continue reading Matthew Vaughn Hopes to Break His Sequel Rule and Direct 'Kingsman 2'

It seems pretty safe to say that Mad Max: Fury Road is a bona fide success at this point. The new installment of director George Miller’s post-apocalyptic wasteland saga is earning near-universal praise from critics while raking in box-office revenue, and yet the most impressive aspect of Fury Road‘s success just might be the fact that it’s the follow-up to a film released… Continue reading The Geek Beat: 7 Classic Geek-Friendly Franchises That Deserve A Sequel