Things We Saw Today: Kingsman 3 Happening With Matthew Vaughn Set to Produce, Write, and Direct
20th Century Fox has officially confirmed, according to IGN, that a third Kingsman film is on its way and is currently planned for a November 8, 2019 release date, with Matthew Vaughn back on board to both write and direct. Kingsman 2: The Golden Circle was not as adored as its predecessor, but it still did very well at the box office, and with the star power of rising star Taron Egerton and forever bae Colin Firth, it is no surprise that Fox wants to pump out another film as soon as possible before one of them gets attached to an MCU movie or something like that.
(via Collider, image: 20th Century Fox)
- Crazy Rich Asians stars talk about there experiences of racism and otherness in society. It’s a really powerful video and one that makes the opening scene of CRA, where Michelle Yeoh’s Eleanor schools a racist, even more powerful. “Where are you from? No where are you really from?” Ugh.
- Shameless has gone through a lot of characters throughout its now nine seasons, now it’s time to look at the ones who have added to the show and those who made the show just too clustered. (via Screenrant)
- Robert Macfarlane, Frances Hardinge, and Harry Potter cartographer Miraphora Mina talk about their favorite fantasy maps. (via The Guardian)
- BoJack Horseman creator has no f*cks to give about calling out trash men and his fellow pretentious male creators. (via Salon)
- We made a fuss about the sexy The Handmaid’s Tale costumes, rightfully so, but can we also take that same energy into getting rid of all of the racist and sexist Halloween costumes we have to see every damn year? (via Twitter/lo_lifer)
Now that you’ve gotten the costume based on a fictional dystopia removed, can y’all muster up enough backlash to do something about the site’s entire “Indian Costumes” section? pic.twitter.com/qVpTWBFiRU
— (@lo_lifer) September 21, 2018
What are you catching up on this Saturday? For me it’s Killjoys.
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