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Guy Ritchie’s Aladdin Film Re-Writes Original, Creates a White Character Where There Was None Before

ok but why tho

Billy Magnussen has officially joined Guy Ritchie's Aladdin remake, playing Prince Anders, a character who wasn't present in the 1992 original animated film. Because why, again?

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Are We Seriously Supposed to Believe There Are No Brown Men Talented Enough for Guy Ritchie’s Aladdin?

Sources suggested that the search for a lead in Disney's live-action Aladdin has been "especially" difficult because the team is only looking at Middle Eastern and Indian actors. This is just plain racist.

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Nobody Seems to Like Guy Ritchie’s “Vulgar” King Arthur Movie

Hello and welcome to a round-up of reviews for Guy Ritchie's take on our favorite Round Tablers, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. I've read dozens of reviews so you don't have to! Ahead, Charlie Hunnam is hunky, Jude Law (literally?) chews the scenery, and Guy Ritchie should probably calm down a fair bit.

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Camelot is All Machismo and Monsters in King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

Warner Brothers has released another trailer for Guy Ritchie's King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.

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Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Genies*: “Ambitious and Non-Traditional” Live-Action Aladdin Finds Its Director

*Credit for this amazingness goes to TMS' Jessica Lachenal, who is funny as hell.

In more really weird Disney news, we've got more info on the live-action Aladdin that's coming out. When we last reported on it, it seemed to be going in a prequel direction. However, that seems to have changed and to hear it described now, it will be closer to the classic animated film with which we're all familiar. However, that doesn't mean it isn't still weird. A director was announced today whom you've probably guessed from the title of this post: Guy Ritchie.

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Things We Saw Today: Even More Force Awakens Cameos Revealed


Spoilers incoming, duh. Get outta here if you don't want to be spoilered.

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Things We Saw Today: Paul Rudd’s Hair-tastic College Yearbook Photo

Reddit found this incredibly cool shot of Paul Rudd from his time at the University of Kansas. What do you think Karl is doing right now?

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Charlie Hunnam Might Join Idris Elba in WB’s King Arthur Series, Giving Us the Weirdest Pacific Rim Prequel Ever

Well, Raleigh Becket is a prince among men.

Also rumored to be joining the cast is Elisabeth Olsen, whom I like, but can we get Rinko Kikuchi in there too, please? And Burn Gorman and Charlie Day. Tell me they shouldn't voice the red and white dragons. Say it to my face.

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Is Warner Bros. Prepping Not One, Not Two, Not Five, But Six King Arthur Movies?

Olden Lore

As a subject, King Arthur movies never really die out. If there's a particularly bad one it will retreat to the Isle of Avalon, lying in wait until a big studio needs a tentpole with name recognition. Then it will emerge from the mists of time, ready to reclaim its fantasy throne from the upstarts. You thought you were the apex of the sword and sorcery genre, Game of Thrones. You know nothing. It's about that time again, as after several false starts Warner Bros. is reportedly considering a six-film King Arthur saga, to be directed by Guy Ritchie.

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After Taking on Classic Detectives, Guy Ritchie Will Try His Hand at Treasure Island’s Pirates

Buckle Buckle Swash Swash

After the most recent installment of Pirates of the Caribbean underwhelmed, could Guy Ritchie be the one to make pirates awesome again? News is out that he's set to direct an adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic swashbuckling novel Treasure Island. He'll produce with partner Lionel Wigram, with whom he teamed for Sherlock Holmes and its recent sequel. Hmm, let's see: these guys take a classic novel, add in kickass action sequences that feel modern but make total sense in a period movie, and then find a supremely charming star to take the lead. This has clearly worked once. And now -- pirates. Yeah, I think it's fair to be more than cautiously optimistic about this one.

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Things We Saw Today: The Dune Cat Lives!

Things We Saw Today

This is a sand cat, aka "sand dune" cat, aka "any excuse to make a Dune reference" cat, which had become extinct in Israel, but was recently bred in captivity. We will treat you to more details and another picture after the jump.

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Sonofabastich: Guy Ritchie Is Off of Lobo Movie

The LA Times recently reported that Guy Ritchie is off of the Lobo movie so that he can spend his time making a sequel to Sherlock Holmes. To which we said: "They're making a Lobo movie?!" Apparently: yes, since Joel Silver affirms that Warner Brothers is still interested in everyone's favorite genocidal Super Saiyan, space biker, KISS fan and dolphin lover; just with a different director.

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