Christopher Nolan Reportedly Isn’t Worried About Tenet’s Box Office Performance

Tenet is Christopher Nolan’s latest ambitious film, costing over $200 million to produce. The film was shot in a number of locations across the globe and implements incredible practical effects including an actual exploding 747 plane. The studio will need the movie to score $400 million worldwide in order to break even, which is usually no problem for the filmmaker considering his track record with blockbusters. But this is uncharted territory for the theater industry.

Hamilton Star Christopher Jackson Reveals ‘Personal’ Moment In The Disney+ Film That Surprised Him

The Hamilton movie on Disney+ finally brings the hit Broadway show to a massive audience that had never had the chance to see the show on stage. However, among those who couldn’t afford the expensive tickets or could not make the trip to New York City, there’s another group who benefits from the Disney+ release, the original cast themselves. They have never been able to see themselves perform, and Christopher Jackson, who plays George Washington, found himself taken with a specific moment in the show which he always found very personal, which he was surprised to see got captured on film.

Thor’s Tessa Thompson Explains Why The MCU’s Diversity Is So Important In Phase Four

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a well oiled-machine, which is constantly growing. We’re currently occupying the strange interim period between phases, with the public eager for any hints as to what Phases Four and Five might include. Fans are eager to see Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie return to the silver screen, likely in Thor: Love and Thunder. And now Thompson has explained why diversity and inclusion is so important in the future of the MCU.

Release The Schumacher Cut? Apparently Another Version Of Batman Forever Exists

When you look at Joel Schumacher’s Batman Forever in comparison to Tim Burton’s Batman and Batman Returns, it’s not exactly a challenge to see a glaring difference in tone. While the Caped Crusaders’ late ’80s/early 90s big screen adventures were darker and edgier, Schumacher’s 1995 blockbuster famously went in a more goofy, campy direction – embracing the legacy created by the Adam West Batman series from the 1960s. It’s an odd transition in the character’s pop culture legacy, but what makes the whole thing even stranger is that there is apparently a much different version more in line with Burton’s features.

There have been many conversations had in Hollywood circles about the life and work of Joel Schumacher in the weeks since he passed away, but this development in particular originates from a Tweet by Castle Rock/Picard writer Marc Bernardin. The filmmaker posted that he has it on “good authority” that a 170-minute version of Batman Forever exists that Warner Bros. has been keeping under lock and key because it is “much darker, more serious” than the theatrical version. That’s pretty wild – and making it even wilder is that Variety has now confirmed a source of their own telling them the same thing.

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Ben Platt Admits Dear Evan Hansen Cast Is Getting Too Old For The Movie

Unfortunately, the film industry has come to a screeching halt, with films sets and movie theaters shut down amid global health concerns. As such, there doesn’t seem to be any development for a Dear Evan Hansen movie to become a reality. And the clock is ticking, as the original cast continues to age with time. In fact, both Ben Platt and Laura Dreyfuss can be seen in Netflix’s The Politician, with Season 2 taking them out of high school and into a real election.

Why One Key No Time To Die Crew Member Left The Movie For Dune

I was in London and doing Spider-Man: Far From Home, and every time I opened a newspaper, Bond was delayed. Then Dune gets announced, and you’re like, ‘Oh my god!’ Then everyone is calling me, and I get a call asking if I’m available. I went, ‘Well, maybe I am available.’ Basically, I was put on hold and told that I wasn’t coming to Bond for five months. And I sat there going, ‘Well, I could be doing Dune. I’ve got to do this. I don’t have that many more years left; I’m in my fifties now.’ It was a very tough choice for me. It’s rare you make real friends in this business. I really felt like I was going to disappoint a friend.

Looks Like Tom Holland’s Uncharted Is Kicking Back Up Again As He Shares Coronavirus Testing Experience

Originally, Tom Holland was ready to go for Uncharted’s principal photography in Germany, but was sent back to England when it all shut down. Now, he went to his Instagram to share that he started his first day back on the Uncharted production by getting tested for coronavirus. Here’s a video of his Instagram story via Twitter:

Anna Faris Talks Being Broke When She Landed Her Big Role In Scary Movie

The Edmonds, Washington native went from having a few small roles in short films, TV movies or movies which history has forgotten, to roles in films like The Hot Chick, Lost in Translation, Brokeback Mountain, Waiting…,The House Bunny, Observe and Report, What’s Your Number, Keanu, and Overboard, along with reprising her Scary Movie role in three of the sequels. And, along with seven seasons (and counting) on Mom, Faris has also spent time on Entourage, Friends and King of The Hill.

Hamilton Star Christopher Jackson Reveals ‘Personal’ Moment In The Disney+ That Surprised Him

The Hamilton movie on Disney+ finally brings the hit Broadway show to a massive audience that had never had the chance to see the show on stage. However, among those who couldn’t afford the expensive tickets or could not make the trip to New York City, there’s another group who benefits from the Disney+ release, the original cast themselves. They have never been able to see themselves perform, and Christopher Jackson, who plays George Washington, found himself taken with a specific moment in the show which he always found very personal, which he was surprised to see got captured on film.

Epic Fan Art Imagines Keanu Reeves’ Constantine In The DCEU

With all that said, I think getting Keanu Reeves to reprise his role as John Constantine would be smart decision. People love Constantine, they love Keanu Reeves, and they love his portrayal of the character even after 15 years. Get him to come back and you have a pretty solid formula. But, what do you think? Should Keanu Reeves come back as John Constantine? Let us know in the comments!