The ever so popular Regé- John Page has been getting a lot of attention since the hit show Bridgerton started streaming on Netflix. The show began streaming on Christmas Day and has been a mega hit for the service; fans just can’t get enough. Die hard fans who have been rewatching are also in luck, as season two starts production this spring. Fans are desperate for more–especially more of Regé-John Page, the actor who plays Simon the Duke of Hastings in Bridgerton.
I'm not crying you're crying. Deadline reports today that Chris Evans is nearing a deal that would see him return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe!
Joe and Anthony Russo, directors of multiple Marvel movies including the record-breaking Avengers: Endgame, are set to direct Netflix’s adaptation of The Gray Man. The film will star Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans, and it will have a budget of $200 million, making it Netflix’s most expensive film to date.
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The Gray Man, based on the novel of the same name by Mark Greaney, follows a a deadly duel between two killers as Gentry (to be played by Ryan Gosling), a freelance assassin, is being hunted by a former cohort of the CIA, Lloyd Hansen (to be played by Chris Evans). The Russo brothers are hoping to be able to turn this adaptation into a Bond-like franchise with Gosling reprising his role as Gentry in future films.
Other Marvel team members have joined the production of this film since Avengers script writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely revised Joe Russo’s original script for The Gray Man.
Production for the film is set to start in January of 2021.
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Snowpiercer is an unusual, modern science fiction film. Based on the French graphic novel Le Transperceneige, the film was a 2013 science fiction movie by South Korean director Bong Joon-ho. It starred a wide range of actors from all across the world, such as Chris Evans, Song Kang-ho, Tilda Swinton, John Hurt, Octavia Spencer, Jamie Bell, Go Ah-Sung, and Ed Harris. The movie takes place after global warming has created a second Ice Age on the planet Earth, with humanity’s remnants living on a mobile train that crosses the entire world, the titular Snowpiercer. There is a class division resulting in the poor folk being confined to the back of the train, controlled using threats of violence and given scraps to eat, while the rich grow fat off their high quality of life in front of the train. Highly imaginative and full of octane action, the film received critical acclaim and was a huge international hit. It has now become a cult film and now, it may receive even more attention with the teaser for a TV series.
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According to Empire this weekend, at ComicCon, a teaser trailer debuted for the Snowpiercer television series. Although just a trailer, the teaser showcased the primary of the themes of the film quite well. With classes divided in the ever-running train, mutiny is brewing among the poorer sections of the train. The series show runner is Graeme Manson, who previously helmed Orphan Black. The show stars Jennifer Connelly, Daveed Diggs. Alison Wright, Mickey Sumner, Susan Park, Iddo Goldberg, Katie McGuinness, Lena Hall, Annalise Basso and Sam Otto. It is scheduled to be released here in the states on TBS, with Netflix handling the international release. The series will see its premiere next spring, so keep an eye out for the incoming train. Hopefully, we can see the world the film created more explored in full through the TV show and we’re certainly excited to see this unique story told once again on the small screen.
Are you excited? Tell us in the comments! We’ll keep an eye out for news as it develops.
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Captain Marvel was a huge success, bringing in over a billion dollars worldwide and making Carol Danvers a household name. But there’s another hero who remains a fan favorite among comic book fans who shares the Marvel name. Kamala Khan, a Pakistani immigrant who hails from New Jersey, was hailed as one of the best comic book characters of all time. She’s been hailed for allowing a Muslim character to headline a major comic title, as well as her personality being funny, full of heart, and showcasing her as a young, new hero making her way in the wider Marvel Universe. Fans have been clamoring for a big screen adaptation of the character for sometime and it appears Marvel is hoping to make that a reality.
ComicBook has revealed that Mindy Kaling has been in talks about the character on a recent press tour. Kaling noted Marvel is extremely excited about the character and trying to figure out what to do with her. Kaling seems to share the enthusiasm, noting that an unknown talent might be best for bringing the character to life (similar to how the big stars of the MCU, such as Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, and Robert Downey Jr became mega stars for playing Thor, Captain America, and Iron Man). Kaling has previously offered to a pitch a script to adapt the comic character. The overseer of the MCU, Kevin Fiege, has noted they did Captain Marvel first with the intention of doing Ms. Marvel later, in order for Kahn to have someone to be inspired by.
With all this passion around the project, we hope Kaling is brought on board to adapt this character and we can’t wait to see her brought to life! What are your thoughts?
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