EA and DICE have debuted a new trailer for Star Wars: Battlefront II detailing the long-awaited starfighter battles that the game will include. While Battlefront ended up being a disappointment with very little for players to dig into, the new game looks set to be the exact opposite, with more than enough for fans to enjoy.
Star Wars: Battlefront II will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on November 17th.
The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Lucasfilm has taken the first steps to finalize a deal with director Stephen Daldry (The Reader, The Hours, Billy Elliot) to helm an upcoming Star Wars spin-off movie centered on the fan-favorite Obi-Wan Kenobi. As the project is still in its early stages, there is no script as of yet, but if he signs, Daldry will be developing the script alongside Lucasfilm.
There’s also no news on whether longtime Obi-Wan actor, Ewan McGregor, who has expressed numerous times his interest in returning, will be back for the role.
Deadline is reporting that we finally have a bit of forward motion on the adaptation of William Gibson’s bar-setting cyberpunk novel, Neuromancer. Tim Miller (Deadpool) has been attached to the adaptation. In 2007, Joseph Kahn (Torque) was attached. Later, Vicenzo Natali (Cube) was going to direct. It’s been a long journey for the novel that launched the career of Gibson, and started its own genre.
Tim Miller is currently working with James Cameron to launch a new Terminator trilogy, so to say this is still on the back-burner is an understatement, but at least we have some news.
Entertainment Weekly posted several updates today regarding several of the new alien races, Luke Skywalker himself, and the leader of the First Order, Snoke from Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi. We’ve learned that Luke wasn’t alone on the planet Ahch-To, location of the first Jedi temple, as he’s joined by a small race of furry creatures, the Porgs, and an anthromorphic race of aquatic creatures that maintain the structures on the island, called the Caretakers.
The other big news is in regards to Snoke, and our first look at his incredible bodyguards, the Praetorian Guard. Hit the jump to get a full look at several new stills from the film.
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Deadline is reporting that Neil Marshall’s Hellboy has now found its villain, after dropping its Rise of the Blood Queen title. Milla Jovovich has been confirmed as in final talks to star opposite David Harbour and Ian McShane in the reboot, with her role being the Blood Queen, herself.
Hellboy is scheduled to begin production later this month, and hit theaters next year.
Well, the apocalypse was cancelled, and the second apocalypse has been delayed, as Pacific Rim: Uprising has been pushed back from February 23, 2018 to March 23, 2018. The news, first reported by Variety, was later confirmed by director, Steven DeKnight.
This is the third time the film has been delayed since it was originally announced in June 2012, shifting from several titles to its current form. The first trailer for Pacific Rim: Uprising is expected to debut soon.
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Netflix has released the first full trailer for their entry-level blockbuster, Bright. Starring Will Smith and Joel Edgerton, the film takes place in an alternate-world where fairies, orcs, and elves live among humans in a modern, familiar society. Smith plays a beat cop, partnered with an orc for the first time, and while on a routine patrol unearth a magical weapon capable of changing the course of history.
Directed by David Ayer (Suicide Squad, End of Watch), Bright hits Netflix worldwide on December 22nd.
The latest project from acclaimed director, Guillermo Del Toro, is yet another original passion project for the filmmaker. The film, written and directed by Del Toro, stars a young mute woman (Sally Hawkins), whose job it is to clean a restricted government lab, but discovers and quickly falls in love with an aquatic creature being experimented on at the lab.
It looks like a fantastic film, with hints of Abe Sapien, and the immensely underrated City of Ember all at play here. The film also stars Octavia Spencer, Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins, Michael Stuhlbarg and Del Toro mainstay Doug Jones. The Shape of Water hits theaters December 8th.
The last several years, The Witcher has been one of the most consistently great franchises at delivering an unforgettable experience in the world of gaming. Based on a series of novels by Polish novelist Andrzej Sapkowski, the series is now moving to the silver screen.
Visual effects company Platige Image S.A., creators of many of the Witcher’s more elaborate CG sequences in marketing, has picked up the title, with Netflix distributing. It will be an English-language drama, executive produced by Sean Daniel (The Mummy) and Jason Brown (The Expanse). Hit the jump for the full press release on the title.
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