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!

Why Black Widow Not Getting A Funeral In Avengers: Endgame Actually Helped Her Solo Film

Avengers: Endgame was the end of the road for a number of our favorite Marvel Cinematic Universe characters. However, while we had to say goodbye to Vision and Black Widow, only Tony Stark got a real on-screen funeral. Some fans were disappointed that Black Widow, who had been part of the MCU for almost as long as Iron Man himself, didn’t get a better send off, but the director of the Black Widow movie thinks that the lack of goodbye in Endgame works to the benefit of the new film, as Black Widow itself will be able to be the real goodbye to Natasha Romanoff.

Halloween Kills Writer Explains The Movie’s Plot And Time Setting

Horror as a whole has been in a renaissance for years, with plenty of exciting projects hitting theaters and even getting award attention in the process. But the genre is all about franchises, and there are few quite as iconic as Halloween. David Gordon Green and Danny McBride brought the slasher back to theaters with their 2018 sequel, which broke records and inspired Blumhouse to green light two more sequels starting with Halloween Kills. And now we know a bit more about its setting and overall plot.

Did Will Smith Pass On Captain Hook Role For Disney’s New Peter Pan?

It’s unclear what the ultimate reason was for Will Smith turning down Captain Hook. He may have simply not loved the role, or he may have decided that one Disney live-action remake is enough for him, especially considering that all indications are we’ll be getting a sequel to Aladdin at some point in the future, so Smith is already going to be remaining close to Disney for the foreseeable future.

Suicide Squad Director Reveals How He Wanted Enchantress To Look

Enchantress is shown in the image with a larger magical figure over her. This might be another representation for her powers, or perhaps the villain’s brother Incubus, who was seen as a hulking figure in Suicide Squad‘s theatrical cut. Regardless, the character’s power is clear from the image, and the use of eyes is particularly unnerving.

Suicide Squad is currently streaming on HBO Max, which will also be the home of Justice League‘s Snyder Cut. You can use this link to sign up for the new streaming service.

Johnny Depp Drags James Franco Into Court Case Claiming Amber Heard Called Him ‘Creepy’ And ‘Rapey’

However, despite what Amber Heard is alleged to have said about the actor, James Franco went on to star in a second movie with her, 2015’s The Adderall Diaries, which is when Depp says he became uncomfortable. Then in 2016, the aforementioned incident on the elevator after Heard says Depp had hurt her occurred. Previously, James Franco had requested a sealed deposition after the actor was asked by Depp’s legal team to make a statement in the case. Now, Johnny Depp himself has drug him into the case in a different way, noting he was “shocked” when the two started spending more time together.

Daveed Diggs On Constantly Feeling Like He’s Being Typecast As Hamilton’s Thomas Jefferson

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Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit Broadway show Hamilton has become a pop culture phenomenon since opening back in 2015. The principal cast, Tony Awards in hand, have gone on to a variety of TV and film projects, including Daveed Diggs. This performance has been immortalized thanks to the Hamilton movie on Disney+, which captures his dual role as Marquis de Lafayette / Thomas Jefferson. Although he seems to believe Jefferson in particular has led to some typecasting.

Oscar Winning Producer Ronald Schwary Has Died At 76

Ronald Schwary isn’t exactly a household name, but for movie fans, he probably should be. He’s produced some absolutely classic films including Tootsie, Scent of a Woman and Ordinary People, for which he won the Academy Award. Schwary had to retire from producing in 2015 after being diagnosed with a rare, neurological autonomic disorder. Unfortunately, the accomplished director has succumbed to the disorder and passed away at the age of 76.

Batman V Superman And 13 Other Extended Cuts Available On HBO Max

King Arthur (Director’s Cut, 2004)

Here’s an interesting scenario: director Antoine Fuqua made a Clive Owen starring King Arthur movie that, if released in its untouched form, would have been an R-rated film. In the waning days of Disney’s Touchstone Pictures brand, that was a possibility the studio just wasn’t into. A shorter, PG-13 version went to theaters, with King Arthur’s director’s cut going to video upon the film’s arrival on the home market. This cut is roughly 15 minutes longer, with violence and blood from the R-rated version restored, as well as some scenes removed and rearranged from that initial cut.

Stream It On HBO Max here.