Zack Snyder to Direct ‘Justice League’ Film in 2017

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Things we know about the new Justice League movie… Nothing, besides THAT IT’S HAPPENING.

In a desperate and obvious attempt to keep up with Marvel, Warner Bros. has confirmed that Zack Snyder will unite Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and Cyborg in 2017 for D.C.’s version of The Avengers.

As Warner’s new slave, Snyder will attempt to churn out hit after hit while being whipped with film strips from Sucker Punch by former Batman actors (really just Val Kilmer) yelling “NEVER AGAIN!”  Continue reading “Zack Snyder to Direct ‘Justice League’ Film in 2017”

Rooney’s Lisbeth Salander Is A Girl Who Plays With Uncertainty

Fans of the American remake of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo directed by David Fincher and starring a wonderfully transformed Rooney Mara who are expecting a sequel may be out of luck.

On its generous budget of $100 million (the equally great Swedish version cost $13 million and brought in over $100 million), GWTDT suffered a modest loss, according to MGM.

Fincher’s comments in December of 2011 where he pretty much shot down the idea of contributing to what would be a second installment, The Girl Who Played With Fire, felt like an added setback. Continue reading “Rooney’s Lisbeth Salander Is A Girl Who Plays With Uncertainty”

John Singleton and Ice Cube’s NWA Movie

 Director John Singleton (Boyz N The Hood, Shaft, Four Brothers) says he is strongly contemplating creating a biopic about the California rap group N.W.A. (Niggaz With Attitude)

The in-your-face gangster rap group were behind a movement that shook the core of the music industry, something that needed to happen, with “Fuck Tha Police” and “Straight Outta Compton.”

Ice Cube is attached as a producer, not an actor, and Singleton wouldn’t let out many details though he did say:

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J.J. Abrams Confirmed To Direct ‘Star Trek 2’

After months and months of skirting around the issue and not answering directly whether or not he’d be helming the next Star Trek remake movie,

J.J. Abrams (Lost, Super 8) finally confirmed that he has signed on to direct it.

The sequel does not have an exact release date, but we know the year is 2013. We also know that the entire original cast from the 2009 film will return for Star Trek 2.