This report comes to us from MediaPlayNews, and comes after Zack Snyder’s Justice League has been released for a few weeks in the United States. The Snyder Cut was first available to own in the states on September 7th, before extending to Canada on the 14th. And it’s selling so well that the DC blockbuster reportedly outsold the No. 2 title on the charts by a 5-to-1 margin. It’s safe to say there’s an active audience for this extended version of Justice League.
In addition to being available for home release, Zack Snyder’s Justice League is still streaming on HBO Max. You can use this link to sign up for the streaming service.
Whether on the big screen or Disney+, whether one movie or a dozen, it seems likely that there will be another Pirates of the Caribbean movie at some point, and sooner rather than later. What also seems clear, however, is that Johnny Depp won’t be part of it. Will the next movie suffer because of a lack of Jack Sparrow, or will a different set of fans become more excited by the next film because it tries something fresh and new, making it yet another hit? One way or another, we likely discover the answer eventually.
When it comes to Michael Bay movies, there a few things you can count on. They always include insane action, the sort of action specifically designed to impress with as much style as possible. Also, the main characters are also impossibly good looking people most of the time, and the camera is there to make them look as good looking as possible. A lot of time men show up with no shirts on just so you know how good looking they are, but now Michael Bay has turned the camera on himself, and he’s getting some great comments from friends and fans, including Tyrese Gibson, who calls the result “bayham.”
Swifties, rejoice! Your wildest dreams are coming true.
Taylor Swift surprise-dropped “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version),” giving fans an unexpected trip back to the 1989 era. She released the single on Friday, September 17, the latest in her re-recordings of her older music.
Of course, Twitter exploded, with #WildestDreamsTaylorsVersion already at #1 on Trending.
Turns out, we have TikTok to thank for the surprise drop. On the app, Swifties and non-Swfities alike have been using the Slow Zoom feature set to the older version of “Wildest Dreams” and living their main character fantasy. Turns out Swift noticed, and she took to Twitter and her Instagram Story to spread the good news.
Swift also joined in on the protagonist vibes, creating her own version of the Slow Zoom trend with the caption “You set a date in November with Red but then someone mentions 1989.” So she owns the Slow Zoom effect now.
Plus, we now have instructions from the queen herself: Start using her version for the trend.
Taylor Swift had already broken the internet when she joined TikTok back in August, and now the mixing of her eras is just too much. We still have the Taylor’s Version of her 2012 album Red to look forward to on November 19! Let us breathe!
ICYMI, Swift has been re-recording her pre-Lover repertoire after Scooter Braun bought the rights to her first six albums and sold them to an investment firm.
“It’s a shame to know that I will now be unable to help grow the future of these past works and it pains me very deeply to remain separated from the music I spent over a decade creating, but this is a sacrifice I will have to make to keep Scooter Braun out of my life,” she wrote in an October letter after he sold her music.
If anyone can get a K-pop stan to even remotely care about sports, it’s Wonho in a football uniform. His new single “Blue,” the title track of his sophomore mini-album Blue Letter, displays the soloist in a completely new light, both sonically and visually. As the start of his new era, “Blue” explores happier, more optimistic themes compared to the darker concepts he explored in his past few releases. “We are young, we are dumb, we’ll just party all night long,” he sings, representing an extremely different state of mind. Accompanied by a lighthearted, campy, sports-themed music video, Wonho turns over a new leaf and enters this comeback with joy, spirit, and confidence. —Sarina Bhutani
The release date: October 15. Netflix confirmed the fall date in a creepy teaser video posted August 30. In the clip, we also learned Joe and Love have a baby boy named Henry.
And a full trailer dropped on September 17:
The cast is definitely going to include Victoria Pedretti and Penn Badgley. Badgley basically confirmed Joe and Love are going to figure some things out, so we can expect to see their faces again.
We’re getting new characters…a lot of them. Netflix revealed two of them on October 16, 2020. “Fresh blood joining You season three: Shalita Grant will play Sherry, a ‘Mom-fluencer’ who appears down-to-earth, but is actually a mean girl who only pretends to welcome Love into her social circle. Travis VanWinkle will play the wealthy Cary, who invites Joe into his inner circle,” Netflix Queue tweeted.
On October 21, 2020 Netflix announced that Scott Speedman, most famous for playing Ben Covington on Felicity, will be joining the cast. “He’ll play Matthew, a successful CEO, husband, and uncommunicative father. He’s reserved, mysterious, and has a tendency to be withdrawn…all of which masks a deep well of emotion underneath,” a Netflix Queue tweet revealed.
On top of that, Variety revealed on November 18 that there are 13 additional actors joining the cast, including Jack Fisher as Young Joe Goldberg and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’s Tati Gabrielle as “no-nonsense librarian” and series regular.
On January 26, 2021, we learned Scott Michael Foster has joined the cast as Ryan. Per Deadline, Ryan is a television reporter and single dad who “has overcome a history of addiction” and has “a controlling, calculating demeanor that he reserves for those closest to him and anyone who gets in his way.” Spooky!
Youseason 3 has finished filming! Showrunner Sera Gamble tweeted the news on April 23. “Today is our last day of shooting season 3,” she said. “Can I brag to you for a hot sec?”
Over the course of production during COVID, Gamble shared that they have “administered over 32,000 COVID tests” and had the lowest “lowest overall positivity rate across all comparable productions to date.”
“A year ago, we had no idea how shooting this season would be possible,” Gamble continued in her thread. “I mean…YOU doesn’t really work if there’s no romance or, y’know, murder-type contact.”
She added, “Hope you love the season when it gets here.”
And your first look is here. New photos show Joe and Love as parents. Serial killer parents!
Yeah, I go the long way. You know why? Because you get to see all the little animals. It’s fun. I drive at night so I can drive round. You can either take two hours and a bit or you can take four hours. It was a good four hours. I just love driving. It’s my favorite activity in the world, which is why I love to do the driving scenes. Our director, Ben Taylor, quite likes my driving scenes. I always give it a little bit of action and try to make it look really good.
That’s incredible, but do you ever stay over somewhere? I’d be exhausted being in the car that long.
There are days where I’ll drive there and home the same day. You can’t wear me out with driving. I don’t get tired of it. I can drive all day. I could have been a driver.
You’re hilarious. When I was on the set ofSex Educationin 2019, I asked them to drive me to Jean and Otis’s house because I needed to see it up close. It looks so magical overlooking the water, I almost didn’t think it was a real home.
It’s amazing. I did get to do some scenes there this season, which was really fun because I hadn’t been before. It’s beautiful. You almost can’t believe it’s real. You think someone must have drawn that, surely.
Who is the co-star that cracks you up the most?
I think it might be Ncuti Gatwa, who plays Eric. Yeah, definitely. He makes me laugh too much.
Who is the co-star you can talk to about anything?
Ncuti and Chaneil Kular, who plays Anwar. It’s got to be a tie between Ncuti and Chaneil.
This season, you work very closely with Asa Butterfield, who plays Otis. What was that like?
Oh, we had so much fun. We had a lot of scenes together. Some scenes I was really nervous for, and he made me feel so relaxed. He makes you feel really comfortable, so we just had loads of fun. We also sang a lot. I taught him every word from Cardi B’s songs. It was just fun and games with him. It was brilliant.
Do you have any rituals or superstations before scenes?
Literally nothing, except I like to drink whatever I’m drinking, whether it’s lemonade or water. I just want to make sure I’m hydrated and that I’ve gone for a wee because otherwise I might need to stop, and I don’t want to make it any more stressful than it already is. But it’s always fine. Once you get started, your inhibitions float away. If you’re filming something a little bit sensitive, it’s a closed set, so that’s helpful.
Dante’s story starts with a complaint about noisy construction that came from his neighbor’s house, which according to TMZ’s reporting started The Waterboy co-star down a path of anger. After making threats to not only kill his neighbor, but also his wife and children, Peter Dante was eventually arrested by the authorities for “making felony threats.” While he was thrown into jail for a moment, Dante was eventually released on bail.
The above image comes to us from Twitter, and has been circulated around the social media outlet since Tom Hardy is seemingly wearing a Spider-Man: No Way Home baseball cap. With both Venom: Let There Be Carnage and Spider-Man 3 hitting theaters over the next few months, fans are dissecting every image of Tom Hardy and Tom Holland for clues. It remains to be seen how significant this latest discovery is.
Obviously all filmmakers hope to create a good movie that people want to see. But considering how many superhero properties are out there, there is definitely a certain pressure associated with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Luckily the studio seems to be a well-oiled machine at this point, with every single installment in Phase Three being a critical and box office success.