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Saoirse Ronan Rumored For Star Wars VII Villain

We love Saoirse Ronan so we’re doing our best to restrain ourselves at the mere notion of her taking on a role in Star Wars VII. Hit the jump for what we know and the latest on Benedict Cumberbatch’s possible involvement.

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Do We Know Who Karen Gillan Will Play In Guardians? Did Amazing Spider-Man 2 Add Another Villain?

We’re marking this post as rumory but there’s good indication of two Marvel casting items. One just happens to be the indentity of Karen Gillan’s Guardians of the Galaxy villain role, the other is a possible fourth, yes, fourth, villain for The Amazing Spider-Man 2

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True Blood’s Alexander Skarsgård Flying Toward The Crow Reboot?

The last time we heard about casting for The Crow reboot/remake, it was The Avenger’s Tom Hiddleston up for the gig. A new report is now claiming True Blood’s Alexander Skarsgård might take the lead role.

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Is Tom Hardy Your New Snake Plissken In The Escape From New York Reboot?

Yes, we already heard an Escape from New York reboot was in the works but some big names have been thrown into the ring for the lead role. Tom Hardy among them. Hit the jump to find out who else might play Snake Plissken. 

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Apparently The Script For Warner Bros. Justice League Sucks. Now What?

We knew it wouldn’t be that easy. 

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Star Wars VII Speculation Reaches New Galaxies Of Implausibility – Will Darth Vader Return?

Who’s writing? Who’s directing? What’s it going to be about? We have the answer to one of those questions so far. Michael Ardnt is currently writing the script to Star Wars VII. But as rumors go, this one was probably inevitable. Sources are saying they might try to bring Darth Vader back from the dead.

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Ben Affleck’s Made it Clear He’s Not Directing the Justice League Movie; Next Up? The Wachowskis

It was rumored recently that Ben Affleck would be directing the eventual Justice League movie; Now, however, Affleck’s responded to that rumor with a resounding “Nope,” and we’re left looking out at the cast of other possible directors that might be tapped for the project. Among the stronger of the contenders are Lana and Andy Wachowski, the sibling team behind The Matrix.

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Marvel & 20th Century Fox Get Our Hopes Up For A Major League Character Trade

Recently the rumor mill churned out some details regarding a potential 20th Century Fox and Marvel character rights swap in the works. Fox, which currently owns part of Daredevil, X-Men, and the Fantastic Four, has until October 10th to reboot Daredevil, lest the licences revert back to Marvel — unless, that is, Fox chairman Tom Rothman can convince Marvel to allow the Man Without Fear to stay with Fox past the deadline in exchange for  the rights to use characters from the Fantastic Four universe, including the world-eating supervillain Galactus, rumored to play a key role in future Marvel films.

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Battle Royale U.S. Television Series In The Works


If our immense love of The Hunger Games is any indication, there’s something we find compelling about stories that explore the consequences of totalitarian regimes and state-sponsored violence through the lens of adolescence. At least, that’s what I think the main draw of the The Hunger Games is, not taking a certain love triangle into account. But before Katniss took the Capitol, and our hearts, by storm, there was Battle Royale, a 2000 Japanese film about teenagers fighting against their classmates for survival at the whim of a corrupt government. Now, spurred by the recent success of  The Hunger Games, a long-stalled U.S. remake of the Japanese cult classic might be rebooted as a television series.

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Is Peter Jackson Thinking About Splitting the Final Hobbit Into Two Films?

Well, now we have further proof that the splitting of final films has become an epidemic in the film industry. We saw it with Twilight, with Harry Potter, and recently with The Hunger Games. Now, joining in on what seems to be becoming a veritable rite of passage for fantasy films, Peter Jackson‘s The Hobbits are joining the ranks of final films being split into two…Maybe. 

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