Today in Movie Culture: How ‘Black Panther’ Should Have Ended, Dream Casting a Ms. Marvel Movie and More

Today in Movie Culture: How ‘Black Panther’ Should Have Ended, Dream Casting a Ms. Marvel Movie and More

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture: Alternate Endings of the Day: See different ways Black Panther could have gone instead with this animated parody depicting how the movie should have ended: Dream Casting of the Day: Kevin Feige has hinted about a Ms. Marvel movie, so BossLogic imagines Stranger Things’ Linnea Berthelsen as Kamala Khan: Today I had some fun creating Ms. Marvel (kamala khan) I spent…

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Why HBO Has the Best Summer Movies This Year

Why HBO Has the Best Summer Movies This Year

It was one of the most talked about films at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, with an incredibly thorny, of-the-moment narrative about sexual abuse and a starry cast that includes Laura Dern, Ellen Burstyn, Elizabeth Debicki, and John Heard. It also has an acclaimed female writer-director behind the camera (Jennifer Fox). When it screened, it got unanimous acclaim (literally — the Rotten Tomatoes score is sitting at a cool 100). But when the film was…

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Leonardo DiCaprio & Steven Spielberg May Reteam for Ulysses S. Grant Biopic

Leonardo DiCaprio & Steven Spielberg May Reteam for Ulysses S. Grant Biopic

Steven Spielberg is looking to return to the Civil War era of his 2012 film “Lincoln” for a biopic on Ulysses S. Grant. According to Deadline, Spielberg wants to reteam with Leonardo DiCaprio and direct his “Catch Me If You Can” star in this Grant film. Both men are said to be in early discussions on the project. Lionsgate and Leo’s Appian Way productions acquired the movie rights to “Grant,” the biography by Ron Chernow…

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Amazon’s ‘Lord of the Rings’ Series Season 1 Rumored to Focus on Young Aragorn 

Amazon’s ‘Lord of the Rings’ Series Season 1 Rumored to Focus on Young Aragorn 

The Return of the King, indeed. Loving all of the rumors coming out about Amazon’s “Lord of the Rings” prequels. No clue if any of them will pan out, but we might as well talk about something while we wait for official announcements. The prequel series has a five-season commitment and leaves the door open for a possible spinoff. The whole thing is expected to set Amazon back at least $1 billion, with $250 million…

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‘John Wick 3’ Motion Poster Says He’ll ‘Be Seeing You’ in One Year

‘John Wick 3’ Motion Poster Says He’ll ‘Be Seeing You’ in One Year

You have a date with Mr. Wick one year from today. Mark your calendars accordingly, and spend the next year picking just the right outfit to match his perfect style. “John Wick: Chapter 3” only recently started filming for its opening on May 17, 2019. On May 17, 2018, the official account marked the one-year countdown with this cool motion poster: Be seeing you… 5.17.19. – #JohnWick3 pic.twitter.com/UN2US3UYnf — John Wick: Chapter 3 (@JohnWickMovie) May…

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Chris Evans Was Almost in ‘Deadpool 2’ Post-Credits Scene

Chris Evans Was Almost in ‘Deadpool 2’ Post-Credits Scene

When the early reviews for “Deadpool 2” came out, so many mentioned the post-credits scene, calling it one of the best ever. Turns out, that went through several incarnations before they landed on the final theatrical version. “Deadpool 2” writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick talked to Uproxx about the gags that didn’t make the cut, including a planned nod to Chris Evans’ previous Marvel superhero role as Johnny Storm/The Human Torch in Fox’s 2005…

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The Latest ‘Star Wars’ Rumor Says the Obi-Wan Spinoff Is Happening Next

The Latest ‘Star Wars’ Rumor Says the Obi-Wan Spinoff Is Happening Next

“Star Wars” fans may be experiencing a bit of whiplash this week, thanks to all of those conflicting rumors about the next subject of a standalone flick. Now, a new report suggests that yet another familiar face from a galaxy far, far away is actually the one set to get his own “Star Wars Story.” TMZ is reporting that Lucasfilm is currently planning out a film centered on Obi-Wan Kenobi, and already has a plot…

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Here’s How the ‘Hobbs & Shaw’ Spinoff Will Be Different From ‘Fast & Furious’ Films

Here’s How the ‘Hobbs & Shaw’ Spinoff Will Be Different From ‘Fast & Furious’ Films

David Leitch is out-and-about promoting “Deadpool 2,” so he’s also being asked about his future directorial project, the Hobbs and Shaw movie. That “Fast and Furious” spinoff follows Luke Hobbs (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) and Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham), and its release date was recently pushed back a week from July 2019 to August 2, 2019. Dwayne Johnson just posted an interview with Leitch talking about how the Hobbs and Shaw movie will be unique…

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Andy Bean and James Ransone Join ‘It: Chapter Two’; Here’s What We Know So Far

Andy Bean and James Ransone Join ‘It: Chapter Two’; Here’s What We Know So Far

Update 2: Andy Bean has also joined the cast of horror sequel It: Chapter Two. According to Variety, he has been tapped to costar as the adult version of Stanley, who was portrayed by Wyatt Oleff in the first film. Bean’s past credits include TV’s Power (above). (Our previous post appears below.) Update 1: James Ransone has joined the cast of It: Chapter Two, per Deadline. He will portray the adult version of Eddie, played…

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15 Trailers You Loved More Than the Actual Movie

15 Trailers You Loved More Than the Actual Movie

The whole point of movie trailers is to make audiences excited for what’s coming. But sometimes they do their job a little too well. Some move trailers inflate our expectations, only to leave us disappointed when the end product doesn’t live up to a well-edited, two-minute-long teaser. From “The Phantom Menace” to “Man of Steel,” these are the trailers that wound up being better than the actual films. “Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom…

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