The Boba Fett movie is officially dead, but new details have recently emerged that reveal plot points for what might have been in the standalone story. , the Boba Fett film would have followed not just the infamous Mandalorian clone, but the bounty-hunting associates seen standing next to him in The Empire Strikes Back. RELATED: The lizard-like Bossk, the head wrap-sporting Dengar, a rogue protocol droid dubbed 4-Lom, the insectoid tracker Zuckuss, the IC-88 assassin droid, and of course Boba Fett himself, were all hired by Darth Vader in Empire to find the Millennium Falcon, “by any methods necessary.” The Sith lord noted in particular to Fett that he wanted the Falcon’s crew alive, wagging a finger in his face and pointedly instructing, “No disintegration.” The backgrounds of these bounty hunters have since been expanded to varying degrees over the years, both within and outside of main Star Wars continuity. Boba Fett seemingly would have fleshed-out their characters more, however, as they worked with and against each other to capture the Falcon and her crew. RELATED: Before being loosely attached to , the Boba Fett film was originally planned with director Josh Trank at the Helm. His allegedly erratic on-set behavior during the 2015 Fantastic 4 reboot, however, forced Disney to reconsider his appointment before ultimately firing him from the project. After the returns of Solo: A Star Wars Story reportedly disappointed the studio, Disney quietly let the film stall. Last week, Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy officially announced, via journalist Erick Weber, that “the Boba Fett movie was 100% dead.” Luckily for fans of Boba Fett lore, Jon Favreau’s series, , has been confirmed to hit Disney’s streaming service in 2019. How much that will deal specifically with Boba Fett, however, remains to be seen. The post appeared first on .
Of all the character deaths at the end of this summer’s — and there were plenty to choose from — the one that hit most viewers the hardest was the young Spider-Man (played by Tom Holland) disintegrating in the arms of his mentor, Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man. Always ready to poke fun at their own pain, fans have developed a running joke out of the scene, finding creative new ways to remind each other of the tragedy. RELATED: With Halloween around the corner, Twitter user shared a festive twist on Peter Parker’s death found in her neighborhood: “Friends decorate outside their house for Halloween each year,” she wrote. “This is not ok.” Friends decorate outside their house for Halloween each year. This is not ok. — Tasmen (@tasmen) The photo shows a stack of pumpkins decked out in an Iron Man mask, gauntlets and an arc reactor. A limp Spider-Man costume is draped against the pumpkins, halfway covered with fallen leaves, which seem to be dispersing as if his body is coming apart from the feet up. RELATED: Reactions to the display range from “TOO SOON” to “THOSE ARE NO LONGER FRIENDS,” but one response quoted an instantly recognizable line from the movie, edited to fit this particular interpretation: “Mr. stark, I don’t feel so gourd.” The post appeared first on .
Over the course of a decade, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has introduced many types of moviegoers, be they longtime comic fans or people completely new to the world of comics, to newer, more modernized origins for many of Marvel’s characters. But Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige says the origin story in will be of a very different type. In an interview with at the British Academy Britannia Awards, Feige was asked about Captain Marvel. After praising the film’s cast and progress, Feige said, “This one is very different and very exciting… It takes place in the 1990s and while it is an origin story of our hero, it is a very different type of origin story, which we’re excited to unveil to audiences.” RELATED: Kevin Feige: is "a different type of origin story" — Variety (@Variety) Feige’s comments about the movie beg the question as to just how much Captain Marvel’s origin story in the film will differ from other MCU movies and the comics themselves. In the comics, Carol Danvers gained her original powers after the explosion of a Kree device called the Psyche-Magnetron merged her genetic structure with that of the original Captain Marvel, Mar-Vell, turning her into a human-Kree hybrid, Though Marvel’s adaptations are often faithful to their source material, the films have taken creative liberties with the origin stories of their characters, such as situating the creation of Iron Man in Afghanistan instead of Vietnam. RELATED: Directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck from a script they wrote with Liz Flahive, Carly Mensch, Meg LeFauve, Nicole Perlman and Geneva Robertson-Dworet, Captain Marvel stars Brie Larson as Carol Danvers, Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, Jude Law as Mar-Vell, Clark Gregg as Phil Coulson, Lee Pace as Ronan the Accuser, Djimon Hounsou as Korath the Pursuer, Gemma Chan as Minn-Erva, and Ben Mendelsohn, Lashana Lynch, Algenis Perez Soto, McKenna Grace and Annette Bening. The film arrives March 8, 2019. The post appeared first on .
A tide is coming in the latest banner for DC’s . The banner, which was first unveiled on , looks to be a on one of the film’s most recent posters. Like in that poster, Arthur’s hand is seen emerging from the ocean while sporting his classic costume and gripping a trident. RELATED: from The new banner comes as have finally hit for Aquaman, suggesting the DC film is looking at a modest $40-$60 million opening. Of course, estimates this far out are likely to change leading up to the film’s release. After all, official tracking typically doesn’t hit until approximately a month out from the release date. And as Wonder Woman has shown, estimates are merely that until the final box office numbers come in. Despite the film’s current estimates, it’s clear the cast and crew are ready to jump into a sequel should Warner Bros. greenlight one, with Jason Momoa even pitching a few ideas of his own. Perhaps a tide is indeed coming and DC will finally see a new box office king take over as it’s rumored that the studio’s . RELATED: Directed by James Wan, Aquaman stars Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Amber Heard as Mera, Patrick Wilson as Ocean Master, Willem Dafoe as Nuidis Vulko, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Black Manta, Temuera Morrison as Thomas Curry, and Dolph Lundgren as Nereus. The film opens Dec. 21 in the United States, and Feb. 8, 2019, in Japan. The post appeared first on .
As continues principal photography in London, new set photos show star Gal Gadot sporting a new look in her civilian persona as Diana Prince. Posted by , the photos show Gadot in costume on set, enjoying a cup of coffee between filming scenes on location. RELATED: A post shared by (@cylintw) on Oct 27, 2018 at 4:30am PDT The upcoming DCEU sequel, which moved filming to London earlier this month after beginning principal photography in Washington, D.C. over the summer, follows the adventures of the titular DC Comics superhero as she confronts the deadly Cheetah in the 1980s. A post shared by (@cylintw) on Oct 27, 2018 at 4:36am PDT Previous set photos from the London shoot showed Kristen Wiig’s , presumably after she obtains her powers as Cheetah. Filming on the sequel is expected to continue through next month with over a year of post-production scheduled after the release date was pushed back to the summer of 2020 to capitalize on the more competitive box office period. RELATED: A post shared by (@cylintw) on Oct 27, 2018 at 4:34am PDT Directed by Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman 1984 stars Gal Gadot as Diana, Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, Kristen Wiig as Barbara Minerva/Cheetah, Pedro Pascal, and Natasha Rothwell. The film opens on June 5, 2020. (via ) The post appeared first on .
Australian actor Katherine Langford, best known for her role as Hannah Baker in Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why, has been cast in an unknown role in . According to , Langford has joined the cast of the yet-untitled fourth Avengers film. Sources close to the project confirmed that Langford has already completed shooting on her scenes, though her role in the film was not revealed. Marvel did not comment on the casting report, while Langford’s representatives denied her involvement. RELATED: Langford has received critical acclaim for her work on 13 Reasons Why, earning a Best Actress – Television Series Drama nomination at the 75th Golden Globes. Langford has also appeared in the romantic teen film Love, Simon and will take on the lead role in Netflix’s upcoming series Cursed, a spin on the tales of King Arthur. Directed by Joe and Anthony Russo, Avengers 4 stars Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Brie Larson, Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner, Scarlett Johansson, Paul Bettany, Anthony Mackie, Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Olsen, Tom Holland, Benedict Cumberbatch, Chadwick Boseman, Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, Karen Gillan, Evangeline Lilly, Katherine Langford and Josh Brolin. The film is set to hit theaters on May 3, 2019. KEEP READING: The post appeared first on .
Despite the hopes of fans, one of Marvel’s earliest heroes, , has yet to make the leap to the big screen. However, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige indicates that could change. While attending a special reception and screening for Black Panther in Los Angeles, journalist Erick Weber asked Feige about that status of Namor, whose rights could charitably be described as complicated. However, according to Weber, the studio president said the aquatic antihero could appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it’s only a matter of if and when. RELATED: OK, here we go, 3 quick questions, answers direct from Kevin Feige's mouth 1) AVENGERS 4 trailer "before the end of the year"2) Namor COULD make an appearance, still deciding IF & when3) GUARDIANS 3 status "on hold" —
Jamie Lee Curtis has lined up her next film project following the success of this month’s Halloween revival. The Golden Globe-winning actor has signed on to Rian Johnson’s Knives Out, a modern-day murder mystery updating the classic pulp whodunit stories popularized by novelists such as Agatha Christie and films such as Clue. RELATED: Curtis joins an all-star cast including Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Lakeith Stanfield, Michael Shannon, Don Johnson, and Ana de Armas. Details on Curtis’ character are currently under wraps but Craig is reportedly playing a detective investigating the film’s inciting crime. The project is Rian Johnson’s first film since writing and directing last year’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The filmmaker will co-produce, write, and direct the upcoming murder mystery with principal photography expected to begin next month for a December 2019 release through MRC. Johnson will be joined by longtime producing partner Ram Bergman on the project. RELATED: Written and directed by Rian Johnson, Knives Out stars Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Lakeith Stanfield, Michael Shannon, Don Johnson, Ana de Armas, and Jamie Lee Curtis. It is scheduled to be released on December 14, 2019. (via ) The post appeared first on .
Get ready to go Plus Ultra at the theaters, because Legendary Pictures is working on a live-action adaptation of . Created by Kohei Horikoshi in 2014, the popular superhero manga has sold over 17 million copies worldwide while its anime adaptation has become a global sensation over three seasons. My Hero Academia is set in a world where most of the human population has developed superpowers, or Quirks, of some kind. The lead character Izuku “Deku” Midoriya is one of the rare Quirkless until a chance meeting with the greatest hero in the world, All Might, lands him a Quirk and a spot at UA High, Japan’s premiere hero school. He and the rest of his classmates become embroiled in a fight against supervillains while learning to master their Quirks and become heroes. The series anime recently concluded its third season, with a promise of the fourth season “coming soon,” and only recently hit over 200 chapters published. RELATED: My Hero Academia is one of the recent mangas to get a live-action adaptation; Bleach received a film on Netflix earlier this year, and beloved manga Fullmetal Alchemist and Death Note have as well. Earlier this year, My Hero Academia received an animated movie that became one of the top 10 highest grossing domestic anime films of all time with over $5.7 million at the box office. Legendary Pictures’ My Hero Academia does not yet have a release date. (via ) The post appeared first on .
It all started with from one Marvel Comics hero to another. Now the tongue-in-cheek war of words is on for ‘s Ryan Reynolds and ‘s Hugh Jackman. Reynolds, who celebrated his 42nd birthday on Tuesday, seems to be feeling a bit salty about the greeting he received from the longtime Wolverine actor. Fans got to watch as the exchange unfolded on Twitter, as Jackman wrote, “Because I’m told that I AM THE NICEST GUY and you’re NOT […[ I will let you hug me. Just this once. On your birthday.” RELATED: A few hours later, Reynolds returned the volley with his own tweet, calling Jackman a “monster” who has hidden his true nationality from the world. This man is a monster. He’s not even from Australia. He’s from Milwaukee. — Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) “He’s not even from Australia,” the actor wrote. “He’s from Milwaukee.” The history of good-natured ribbing between the pair goes way back to 2011’s X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and is essentially rooted in Reynolds’s determination to have Jackman appear as Wolverine in a Deadpool film. Jackman has made it known that the 2017 hit Logan, his ninth appearance in that role, is the last time he intends to don the famous adamantium claws. However, Reynolds continues to campaign for a change of heart. RELATED: There have been occasional cracks in Jackman’s stance on the subject, with various interviews in recent years revealing that he regrets never appearing in a Deadpool or Avengers movie, but for the time being it looks like Reynolds will have to carry on lampooning his friend and hoping for the best. KEEP READING: The post appeared first on .
More than 30 years after the release of the original , producer Gale Ann Hurd revealed she and director James Cameron almost didn’t get to end the film the way they wanted. At Screamfest, Hurd recalled the behind-the-scenes struggle with executives to maintain the bleak ending we all know. “We got notes to end the film before the end of the film,” she said in a Q&A session. “Not even have The Terminator rise out as the endoskeleton, but just end with Kyle Reese and Sarah Connor hugging.” RELATED: Hurd had to fight for the vision she shared with Cameron — a difficult feat for a first time filmmaker. “I mean, your first movie and you’re telling people, ‘No, you’re wrong,’” Hurd said. “It’s not an easy thing to do.” Thankfully, Hurd and Cameron had right people fighting for them. She gave credit to her mentor Rodger Corman and Lindley Parsons, Sr., head of Film Finances in Los Angeles at the time. They both “knew what The Terminator was going to be,” according to Hurd, when not many people understood the idea. RELATED: Corman and Parsons also weren’t afraid to give advice or call out mistakes when they saw them. “You absolutely need people to believe in you,” Hurd said. “You also need people to tell you when you’re screwing up that you can listen to.” Corman and Parsons “were all of that” and had their back, Hurd added. Though Terminator Genisys flopped, a new Terminator movie is in the works. James Cameron, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton are involved. It is scheduled for release on November 1, 2019. (via ) The post appeared first on .
may have ended with the apparent death of many fan-favorite Marvel Cinematic Universe superheroes, but Earth’s Mightiest Heroes aren’t exactly down for the count yet. In fact, we already know that some reinforcements will be coming soon in the form of Captain Marvel. But that may not be all… Earlier today, an apparent image from the set of was leaked, revealing a first look at Pepper Potts’ new superhero identity: the armored Rescue. RELATED: The picture appears to be a selfie taken by actress Gwyneth Paltrow, who can be seen wearing a fitted armor that certainly looks like it could have been designed by Tony Stark. Of course, given the fact that this picture is a leak, there is always the possibility that it is fake — however, that outcome doesn’t seem likely. By all accounts, the picture appears to be real, which means that the big screen version of Pepper is likely to follow in the footsteps of her comic book counterpart. A post shared by (@uncannycomicquest) on Oct 23, 2018 at 9:09am PDT In the comic books, Pepper Potts first became Rescue in 2009’s Invincible Iron Man #10 by Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca. The suit was designed by Stark, and it was known for being an armor designed for rescue operations only — it’s offensive and attack systems practically non-existent. While this would mark the debut of Pepper Potts’ superhero identity on the big screen, this is actually not the first time that she has worn an Iron Man armor in the MCU. In fact, Pepper briefly suited up as the Armored Avenger before, when the Mandarin attacked Tony Stark’s Malibu mansion in Iron Man 3. Faced with devastating destruction, Tony summoned his Mark XLII armor onto Pepper to save her. In return, Pepper reciprocated the act, by piloting the suit to save Tony. If this picture is in fact the real deal, then Avengers 4 will indeed feature the debut of Rescue. How and why would remain to be seen, but it’s possible that Pepper would suit up with her own armor in order to rescue Tony, who is currently still landlocked on the Saturn moon, Titan. RELATED: The untitled sequel to Avengers: Infinity War will release on May 3, 2019. Directed by Joe and Anthony Russo, Marvel’s Avengers 4 stars Robert Downey Jr., Josh Brolin, Mark Ruffalo, Tom Hiddleston, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner, Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Olsen, Sebastian Stan, Benedict Cumberbatch, Paul Bettany, Samuel L. Jackson, Cobie Smulders, Benedict Wong, Zoe Saldana, Karen Gillan, Vin Diesel, Dave Bautista, Pom Klementieff, Scarlett Johansson, Tom Holland, and Anthony Mackie. The post appeared first on .
Some guys just aren’t happy until they’ve acted as superheroes both on and off the screen. star Chris Hemsworth has now ticked both boxes, having given a hitchhiker in his native Australia an unforgettable ride. A video uploaded to Hemsworth’s Instagram account shows the actor and his personal trainer, Luke Zocchi, arriving in Brisbane and spotting a traveler on the side of the road. The hitchhiker’s sign indicates he’s heading to their destination, Byron Bay, and they opt to pick him up. “Little does he know that we’re getting a chopper!” Zocchi says on the video before they pull over. RELATED: The hitchhiker, identified as American musician Scott Hildebrand, is clearly surprised and thrilled by the chance encounter, taking his first helicopter ride with the Aussie natives. Hildebrand is currently touring the country, having just arrived from Mexico, with his guitar and all of his musical equipment in tow. Hemsworth jokingly asks only for a bit of gas money in return — the low price of “four grand.” A post shared by (@chrishemsworth) on Oct 21, 2018 at 1:52pm PDT “All right, Scotty, dream’s over — back to the normal hitchhiking!” Hemsworth says as they bid farewell to their new friend. The grateful musician appears to have continued his ride in a van, fortunately big enough to hold all of his touring gear. The Instagram post has been viewed well over a million times and features a caption from the film star reading in part, “Picked up a hitchhiker, wasn’t a serial killer which we were stoked about.” Hemsworth is back home in Australia after wrapping the shoot for his upcoming film, the untitled Men in Black spinoff. He’ll soon be back at work playing George Kirk in the Star Trek sequel before returning to the screen as Thor in the follow-up to on May 3, 2019. The post appeared first on .
A new video takes viewers through New York City and highlights the spots that have been featured in the . Just like in the comics, a lot of the biggest events in the history of the Marvel Universe take place in New York City. It’s home to many of the company’s heroes and plays a part in many of their stories. A video released by pinpoints where many of the events took place in relation of one another and around the city. The video points out some of the obvious connections (notably, Steve Rogers growing up in Brooklyn and Peter Parker hailing from Queens) and fight sequences, but the video also points out some quietly cool aspects of the MCU version of New York City. RELATED: S.H.I.E.L.D. has a base of operations right next to Times Square, Stark Tower is actually the MetLife Building and the Stark Expo from Iron Man 2 being in Flushing Meadows Park are all little details that can be easy to miss, but the video manages to highlight. Although, there are some omissions from the list. Notably, the Hulk’s battle in Harlem from the climax of The Incredible Hulk is missing from the map, as is anything from the Netflix Marvel shows and their tenuous connection to the MCU. The post appeared first on .
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for , now in theaters nationwide. For fans of the Halloween films, it’s no secret that Michael Myers is a remorseless killer. However, in the newest chapter of the slasher franchise, the enigmatic maniac refrains from murdering an innocent baby, and director David Gordon Green has since explained why the killer didn’t… well, kill. “Why doesn’t he? Because that would be so rude,” Green told . “I think it was a consideration.” RELATED: “Yes, it’s terrifying in its own right. And it was a last minute idea — I mean, why is there a baby crib in the living room?” he continued. “It was gonna be her husband sleeping on the couch, but then he didn’t show up and we scrambled and put a baby crib in there. And then, yeah, I thought it was interesting to see one ethical choice that he made in the movie. So that’s the one ethical choice he makes.” Now in theaters, Halloween is directed by David Gordon Green from a script written with Danny McBride and Jeff Fradley. The film stars Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer and Andi Matichak, with Nick Castle and James Jude Courtney sharing the role of Michael Myers. The film is executive produced and scored by John Carpenter. KEEP READING: The post appeared first on .
Ever since Warner Bros.’ out-of-continuity movie went into production, fans have been treated to numerous images, set photos and videos of Joaquin Phoenix’s take on the Clown Prince of Crime. However, the latest batch of set photos features not only the down-on-his-luck, pre-Joker Arthur Fleck but our first look at Brett Cullen’s Thomas Wayne, as well. The photos, which were released by JustJared.com, show Phoenix’s Fleck taking a bit of a nasty spill. The final photo, though, gives us a full look at Cullen’s portrayal of the father of the man who will eventually become the Dark Knight of Gotham. Joaquin Phoenix took a big fall while filming for his upcoming movie! Check out the newest set photos: — JustJared.com (@JustJared) RELATED: Previously, our closest look at Thomas Wayne came in the form of a campaign poster, which hinted that Joker‘s version of the character would be in the running for . This, of course, is in stark contrast to the Thomas Wayne readers know from the comics, who’s depicted as a doctor and a philanthropist. Alec Baldwin was initially cast to play Thomas Wayne, but he stepped away in August, . However, he was swiftly replaced by Cullen. Joker, the stand-alone origin movie for the Clown Prince of Crime, is directed by Todd Phillips (War Dogs) and stars Joaquin Phoenix, Brett Cullen, Robert De Niro (King of Comedy), Zazie Beetz (Deadpool 2), Frances Conroy (American Horror Story), Bryan Callen (The Goldbergs) Marc Maron (Glow) and Shea Whigham (Vice Principals). KEEP READING: The post appeared first on .
won’t hit theaters until later this year, but that hasn’t stopped the film’s star Jason Momoa from pitching the first scene of a potential sequel. “I definitely have an opinion,” Momoa told TotalFilm about the direction of the series going forward. “Even when we were shooting Aquaman, I have the opening of Aquaman 2 ready. I went in and pitched it to [producer Peter] Safran, and I pitched it to [Warner Bros. chairman] Toby Emmerich. They loved it. It’s awesome…But yeah, I have plans for Aquaman 2.” RELATED: In the same interview, director James Wan explained how Aquaman lays the groundwork for other stories, saying, “There’s definitely stories, even within the world we’ve created, that you can actually see other storylines [spinning off from] as well. There’s the Aquaman story, but then there’s the stories of the seven different kingdoms as well. I think those would be very fun to explore.” An Aquaman sequel is by no means a foregone conclusion at this point. The film’s performance at the box office later this year will play a major role in how DC Films chooses to go forward with its DC Extended Universe. has been positive, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that fans will turn out to see it. However, Momoa seems confident in the chances of Warner Bros. greenlighting a follow up movie, and the the positive reactions of Safran and Emmerich to the actor’s pitch mean that his idea might just make it into the film. RELATED: From Warner Bros. Pictures and director James Wan comes an action-packed adventure that spans the vast, visually breathtaking underwater world of the seven seas, Aquaman, starring Jason Momoa in the title role. The film reveals the origin story of half-human, half-Atlantean Arthur Curry and takes him on the journey of his lifetime—one that will not only force him to face who he really is, but to discover if he is worthy of who he was born to be…a king. Directed by James Wan, Aquaman stars Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Amber Heard as Mera, Patrick Wilson as Ocean Master, Willem Dafoe as Nuidis Vulko, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Black Manta, Temuera Morrison as Thomas Curry and Dolph Lundgren as Nereus. The film opens on December 21. (via ) The post appeared first on .
Director Gareth Evans has several surprising sources of inspiration for his planned solo film. While promoting his Netflix original film Apostle, Evans revealed that his take on the DCEU project would be influenced by Korean neo-noir films including Park Chan-Wook’s universally acclaimed 2003 film Oldboy and Kim Jee-Won’s 2011 thriller I Saw the Devil. RELATED: “I was interested in following a sort of Korean new wave of noir films as a sort of influence and touchstone for the kind of style and tone the film could take,” explained Evans in an interview with . “We were really interested in origin stories that could be told.” A Deathstroke solo film was reportedly greenlit by Warner Bros. following the character’s appearance in the post-credits scene for last year’s Justice League with Joe Manganiello expected to reprise his role as the villainous DC Comics mercenary. Evans has since clarified that while he has spoke to the studio about the project, to helm it. RELATED: “It’s been a good, good, good while since I’ve had any conversations about that project. I don’t know what’s gonna happen, or when, with me or without me,” Evans reiterated. “I had a follow-up call with Joe Manganiello, who is the most dedicated and passionate person you could hope for to play Deathstroke. But in terms of my involvement, it never went further than that. I haven’t heard anything since.” The post appeared first on .
Tom Holland has officially revealed what appears to be his main costume in , the sequel to 2017’s Marvel/Sony cinematic collaboration, . It all took place on the October 18 edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live. During the host’s opening monologue, the head of his security detail, Guillermo (Rodriguez), ran out wearing what appeared to be a movie-accurate Spider-Man mask, while inexplicably shouting “pew pew” rather than the trademark “thwip” noises most commonly associated with Spidey’s web-shooters. RELATED: Guillermo was followed in short order by another individual, dressed in the rest of the new suit from Far From Home, thus making its official debut outside of leaked on-set photos. The New York City traffic cone on his head, which has not not been confirmed to appear in the film, was removed to reveal Tom Holland, in character as Spider-Man. RELATED: When Kimmel pressed Holland’s Spider-Man about how Guillermo could possibly sneak up on the hero to steal his mask, citing his spider sense, he revealed that the lovably buffoonish guard was “not really all that threatening” and wouldn’t trigger the power. This, of course, confirms the long-debated fan theory that Guillermo is actually Venom. Kimmel also asked whether the new Spider-Man movie would be a prequel, noting that the character was turned to dust at the end of Infinity War as a result of Thanos’ universe-halving snap. Feigning a superhero emergency — Thanos robbing a bank — Holland’s Spidey made a speedy exit, making one of his now trademark flips on his way out. Holland, of course, is infamous for his tendency to — accidentally or otherwise — leak unreleased elements about his films and those within the wider MCU, as he did with the title of the Spider-Man sequel and certain elements of Infinity War. Spider-Man: Far From Home, starring Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jake Gyllenhaal, Marisa Tomei, Samuel L. Jackson and Michael Keaton, is scheduled for release on July 5, 2019. The post appeared first on .
SPOILER WARNING: The following article contains major spoilers for Halloween, in theaters now. director David Gordon Green has revealed that the film’s final shot was deliberately left open-ended to make you question yourself as to the fate of Michael Myers. When asked about the scene, which leaves it obscure as to whether or not Myers’ body is seen being burnt to death in Laurie Strode’s (Jamie Lee Curtis) death-house, Green said to , “In that shot that you’re referring to, if you [could] linger it for another three seconds, you see him.” RELATED: “Or you don’t see him, you’re more confident in what you’ve seen,” he teased. “I’ll say, it’s a two second shot, which is not enough for you to be confident in what you saw.” This final shot is overlaid to the audio of someone breathing, which fans assume to be , as they left the compound, barely alive after a brutal final showdown. However, Green indicated the breathing could well be , hinting that he does survive, paying tribute to the ending of John Carpenter’s original film from 1978. RELATED: ”That, to me, is the fun. When you see the original film, you hear him breathing and you know that he lives on,” he emphasized. “Here, when we see the burning house, we actually hear Allyson breathing from the truck where she’s flagged off of a truck driver and she’s breathing heavily, turns, and then we go into the answer to that house and it’s burning, but we’re hearing her breath over it, which depending on what theater you hear it, it’s super subtle.” Halloween, directed by David Gordon Green and starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Andi Matichak, Will Patton, Virginia Gardner, Nick Castle, Jefferson Hall, Rhian Rees, Toby Huss and Haluk Bilginer is currently in theaters. The post appeared first on .