The Future of Phase 4 of Marvel's Film Space is currently underway after the Avengers: Endgame, but it seems that another movie could soon enter the production. According to a new report from Discussing Film, Doctor Strange 2 will reportedly begin recording in January 2020, and production should take place in the UK.
This is partly in line with the statements of the star of the franchise Benedict Wong, who teased us with the film being able to enter production in 2020.
"I know they now have a movie-related scriptwriter, whom I met at the premiere of the movie Endgame," Wong explained. "So I think it could happen sometime next year."
About the sequel is in one way or the other from the original Doctor Strange film from 2016, but very little news has come to us since then. Scott Derrickson and his screenwriter, C. Robert Cargill, are believed to be returning, with a date of release that is believed to be in May 2021. With the fact that we saw Strange in three MCU films after his solo adventure, it will be interesting to see where this continuation will take him.
Of course, there is always the question of the Doctor Strange 2 movie, with recent rumors that Brother Voodoo and Clea will appear in the movie. Baron Mordo (Chiwetel Eiyofor), who in post-loan scenes prepared for the bad guy of this sequel, is long believed to have some return to this film.
"For those who follow the comics, you know that Baron Mordo has a very special story, and that's something we talked to Chiwetel during the making of the first movie," Cargill said in a previous interview. "And part of the reason why Chiwetel wanted to play Mordoa is that he has the final end as a character and that's such a fascinating ending. And I know that whether we are connected or not, Marvel plans to work towards that region and make Mordoa much more than a normal villain, but actually, it will take him to Loki's level of fantastic. That's the goal with him. "
Are you excited about what Doctor Strange 2 might start shooting next year?
After the great success of the first two Jurassic World films, it seems that Netflix also decided to include in the production of prehistoric content. Thanks to a partnership with DreamWorks Animation, this streaming platform works on the animated Jurassic World spinoff series that comes to the platform in 2020, called Camp Cretaceous. The series will take place in the same universe as the two Jurassic World films, although it is not known if any of the franchisees will borrow voices.
DreamWorks confirmed this news today, which ended rumors about Netflix working on some type of Jurassic World Series.
Here's the official synopsis for Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, along with the first picture in the series:
"Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous follows a group of six teenagers who have been selected for lifelong experience in a new adventure camp on the opposite side of the island of Nublara. But when the dinosaurs start destroying the island, the campers are stranded. If they can not reach the outside world, they will have to go from strangers to a friend to a family if they think they can survive. "
"Scott Kreamer (Pinky Malinky) and Lane Luers (Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny) are showcases and executive producers of the series. Apart from them, executive producers of this series are Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall, and Colin Trevorrow. Zack Stentz serves as a consultant producer. "
There have been rumors about the Jurassic World project for Netflix since March of this year, although there have been very conflicting ideas about what this series will be. Some believed that a spinoff would be featured, which would follow the story of movie characters, while others assumed it would be another title from the LEGO series. There were even some who assumed the exact title of the series, Camp Cretaceous.
It turned out that the series will be animated and will be more family-oriented than movies, but will nevertheless add to original mythology and storytelling. It's more than enough to interest any Jurassic world's fans.
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous comes to Netflix sometime in 2020.
Blumhouse and David Gordon Green (Pineapple Express) the sequel to John Carpenter's Halloween film was a big success at the cinema booths last year and since then rumors of a potential sequel to flying all over. There are no differences today. Today, Blumhouse Chief Jason Blum has published a picture of himself along with Curtis and the undercover.
"We're talking about things."
Even better than the fact that in the picture (you can see below), Jamie Lee holds her figure from the Halloween (2018) movie, making it quite obvious that the two talk about something connected with the Halloween franchise. Is it Halloween 2? I think that's probably the case, but we'll see (hopefully) soon. What do you think about the sequel to Halloween movie from 2018?
Personally, I think the film was a good end to the Michael Myers story. Going back to Michael Myers and especially Laurie Strode would only diminish what we saw at the end of the last movie. At least I think so. But on the other hand, perhaps the forces behind the movie can make it work. I believe we will have the opportunity to see. Eventually, the last movie has made fantastic cash prizes, and we all know how much money is important.
Below you can look at the picture, perhaps the first teaser for the sequel to the Halloween movie from 2018.
Robert Pattinson is the new Batman, whether you like it or not. A little over two weeks ago, Robert Pattinson was discovered on a narrow list of actors, with his name at the very top, for the title role in The Batman, directed by Matt Planets (Planet of the Apes). It was still speculated that this was already a done deal and that it was only waiting for the conclusion of the agreement. Now, according to Deadline, it is official, that is, Warner Bros. confirmed Robert Pattinson as the star of their new Batman trilogy.
Reeves will direct The Batman to his own script, and will also produce it along with Dylan Clark. Production should begin this autumn, and the film should arrive in theaters on June 25, 2021. Reeves was looking for Batman for the role of a younger actor, someone between 25 and 33 years old, and Pattinson is responding to it for 33 years. How much he will like the fans in that role, that's another question. Because even when everything was unofficial, it was already within a few hours that even several petitions were launched to replace Pattinson with another actor. But it should be taken into account that Pattinson has gone through a significant film route from Twilight (where he barely knew how to act) and recently received praise for the role in the unusual SF film High Life director Claire Denis.
After the infamous Twilight Saga, Pattinson even worked twice with David Cronenberg, on Cosmopolis and Maps to the Stars. He also made a brutal thriller about the revenge of The Rover, with director David Michoud. He also worked with the famous director James Gray on The Lost City of Z adaptation. This year we will have the opportunity to watch him in the film The Lighthouse, directed by Robert Eggers (the film is shown at the Cannes Festival, and the critics are already praising the performance of Pattinson). We will also watch him soon in Waiting for the Barbarians with Johnny Depp, followed by The King's The King with Timothy Chalamet, as well as the Netflix Thriller The Devil All the Time. Next year, we'll look at him for the unadorned Nolan's film with John David Washington.
In addition to the director, the main actor, the date of release, and the beginning of the shooting, there is almost no additional information about The Batman. It has been announced that it will be more detective. Also, the movie will feature a whole range of famous Batman's villains, among which The Penguin and Catwoman stand out as the main ones.
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