Everybody wants to ride the Korean wave. These days there are lots of ways for K-drama addicts to get their “fix”.
Movie studio Lionsgate has the rights to a Naruto movie…which is not a recent development. They have actually been trying to get one off the ground since 2015. Every now and then we hear of some movement on the project, but silence afterward. Will this be the time things progress far enough to shooting? We’ll see.
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A Borderlands movie has been in the works for years, and we thought it might never happen, but we also thought the same about a Beetlejuice 2 and we’re getting both within 2024. The trailer for Borderlands: The Movie went live this morning after a few teaser photos were sent out yesterday. Here’s what such a thing looks like:
You can blame “superhero fatigue” or the fact that everyone knew this version of the DCU was being abandoned, but Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom didn’t perform very well at the box office. It at least earned more revenue than The Flash, taking in $123.6 million to Flash’s $108.1 million, but that’s not saying much as a whole lot of things did better than The Flash.
IFC Films will be introducing a unique kind of horror film, Stopmotion, later this month. Yes, the name means the whole thing’s a love letter to stop motion, chiefly the demented kind.
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Sure! Many people love binge-watching Korean drama series. But sometimes you don’t want to get wrapped up and have to go through several episodes to get to The End. Sometimes you just want to watch a good movie!
Godzilla met King Kong in 2021, and they at first didn’t like each other, but have learned to get along. According to the latest trailer for Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire, that friendship turned out to be a good thing — looks like Earth would’ve been screwed without it.
To say the Fantastic Four haven’t had much luck at the box office is putting it mildly — there have been three attempts so far at translating Marvel’s First Family to screen, the first of them so cheap and rushed that it entered bad movie infamy and its existence eventually became a plot point on Arrested Development. But now that Disney solidly owns the property, they can establish some quality control and push out the first non-embarrassing F4 adaption in history.
Next month Netflix will premiere their next original movie, Damsel, which is actually the second “princess rescues herself” film a streamer has tried in the last two years. Hulu was here first with something simply called “The Princess,” but threw it away in an apparent write-off.
With another Super Bowl usually comes a wave of new movie trailers, some for films that aren’t due for ten months (maybe we’ll get to Wicked, maybe we won’t) but the one we were waiting for was Deadpool 3, now called Deadpool And Wolverine. And it didn’t take very long in the game for us to get it.