'Shazam' is DC's Next Film Production, Eyeing 2019 Release
Shazam formerly known as Captain Marvel is DC's next project. The character when saying "Shazam" transforms himself into a superhuman with strength, speed, flight, and other abilities. Shazam is an acronym for the six "immortal elders." The name Captain Marvel was ended in 2011 and changed to Shazam due to legal disputes from competitor Marvel Comics.
Anthony and Joe Russo would "absolutely love to do a Star Wars film"
The directors of Avengers: Infinity War are interested in possibly directing a film in a galaxy far far away. — Anthony and Joe Russo played significant roles in the success of Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War. Now they are directing Avengers: Infinity War and the untitled Avengers 4 film.
'Dumbo' Cast and Release Date Announced, Production Begins
Walt Disney Studios is creating a live-action Dumbo. Tim Burton known for 'Nightmare Before Christmas' will direct. Production has started on the highly-anticipated adaption.
Here's your first look at Steven Spielberg's READY PLAYER ONE
The first official image from Steven Spielberg's adaptation of Ready Player One offers a visual feast on the eve of San Diego Comic Con — The first high resolution image courtesy Entertainment Weekly features Tye Sheridan who plays "Wade Watts", aka Parzival, who uses his VR visor and haptic gloves to tap into the OASIS, a global virtual reality network that allows him to escape "into a realm where movies, cartoons, comic books, and TV shows from the good old days make life in 2045 more bearable."
“Dunkirk” is the latest film from “Inception”, “Interstellar” and “Dark Knight” director Christopher Nolan - the man who’s brought us mind-bending, dramatic and complex stories of bravery and adventure. “Dunkirk” may be Nolan’s simplest film to date. At an hour and 46 minutes it’s definitely one of his shortest, with a screenplay of only 76 pages.
The Dark Knight Trilogy (2005-2012) Review
Christopher Nolan was an independent filmmaker with one semi-budget studio film to his name when he made his pitch to take on the Batman reboot at Warner Bros. He’d made his previous film, Insomnia, for the studio, and won the job on Batman Begins in fifteen minutes.