Tonight! Ezra Millar tries to Flash his movie script, Goodbye to Twenty First Century Fox and Supernatural endings on this edition of Multiverse Tonight!
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Ezra Miller is on a mission. Ezra Miller, the DCEU Movie Universe’s version of The Flash is on a deadline. Ya see Ezra Millar needs to see The Flash solo picture put into motion soon or they’ll have to renegotiate a new contract as his current one expires in May. So they’re letting the Flash actor take a stab at rewriting the script with the help of comics legend Grant Morrison. This after a clash with directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein over the tone of the movie. Daley and Goldstein want a lighter tone, Miller wants something a little darker. However, it might be a struggle to get the brass to go along with that, as the studio is kinda set on having more light-hearted tones after Aquaman and Shazam have done well with fans and critics. IN a recently surfaced interview with Ezra from the press tour for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Ezra said quote “Anyone who knows anything about Barry Allen knows that he’s always late. But then when he arrives, he gets stuff done. And that’s definitely how this film’s production schedule is proceeding. We’re a little late,” “But the reason why we are late, and this is the honest to God truth… We’re all — and I include myself in this — we are very meticulously focused on making a movie that’s not just one of the greatest superhero movies that we can possibly make. This movie’s also going to be a gift to the fans. Unquote. Let’s hope it’s not a gift that we’ll want to return to the store.
I mentioned that Shazam is getting good reviews from press screenings. And it might be a hit. Warners has laid down the expectations gauntlet for the movie with a debut of 40 million in ticket sales for the opening weekend. The good news is that Shazam doesn’t need to make Aquaman like numbers to be successful, as the film was made for 80 million dollars which is less than half of Aquaman’s 160 dollar budget. DC is also hoping to build a success steamroller from Aquaman to Shazam to Joker later this year and onto Wonder Woman 1984. So the ball is in our court fans.
Speaking of Wonder Woman 1984, which is still not a real catchy title. You might expect that this movie is a sequel to the first Wonder Woman movie…guess again. According to the film’s producer Charles Roven, the reason the film is called Wonder Woman 1984 instead of Wonder Woman 2 is that this movie will be more of a stand-alone than a sequel. Speaking to Vulture, Roven Said quote “She was just determined that this movie should be the next iteration of Wonder Woman but not a sequel,”. “And she’s definitely delivering on that. It’s a completely different time frame and you’ll get a sense of what Diana-slash–Wonder Woman had been doing in the intervening years. But it’s a completely different story that we’re telling. Even though it’ll have a lot of the same emotional things, a lot of humor, a lot of brave action. Tugs at the heartstrings as well.” On one hand, this might be for the best, it keeps it fresh and you don’t have to see everyone to get the plot of this one./ However, it probably means we won’t see the dangling story threads from the first Wonder Woman movie (like Diana’s parentage) wrapped up. Wonder Woman 1984 hits theaters June 5th, 2020.
Are you having Bat withdrawals? It’s been more than a year since Batman last appeared on the big screen in Justice League and now the wait is on till 2021 when we will get a new Batman in The Batman from director Matt Reeves with production beginning later this year. Reeves has told The Hollywood Reporter that this movie will be quote “It’s very much a point of view-driven, noir Batman tale,” “It’s told very squarely on his shoulders, and I hope it’s going to be a story that will be thrilling but also emotional. It’s more Batman in his detective mode than we’ve seen in the films. The comics have a history of that. He’s supposed to be the world’s greatest detective, and that’s not necessarily been a part of what the movies have been. I’d love this to be one where when we go on that journey of tracking down the criminals and trying to solve a crime, it’s going to allow his character to have an arc so that he can go through a transformation.”
Seeing Batman in more of the Dark Knight detective mode WOULD be awesome. As he’s been almost anything but in the movies thus far. Well, let’s hope Matt Reeves does the Dark Knight well when it hits theaters in June of 2021.
In DCTV news, Jon Cryer, who played Lex Luthor’s nephew Lenny in the much-maligned Superman 4 The Quest for Peace hopes to finally erase Lenny from the landscape as he takes on the character of Lex Luthor in the season four finale of Supergirl, also entitled “The Quest for Peace” When asked during a press screening of the finale about playing Lenny and then getting to play Lex he said quote “I had a certain amount of familiarity,” Cryer joked. “I was very excited about working with Katie McGrath, and I loved the whole story that they’ve set up for this season. I felt like Lenny was a branch on the family tree that fell off pretty early and was rotting on the ground for a long while. So I feel like this was my chance to sort of reclaim it and do it a little more justice — or injustice, as it were.” For those of you too young to remember, Superman IV was considered the worst Superman movie and it ended the Superman franchise until 2006 when Superman Returns debut retroactively removed Superman III and IV from movie continuity.
So you hear that Titans is a good show but you don’t wanna fork over the dough for the DC Universe streaming app. Well, good news. The show is now available for purchase as a stand-alone video purchase. You’ll get the first season and a collection of video shorts about the show. All for the low, low price of $24.99 from various retailers like iTunes, Google, Vudu, and others. Or you could just find a friend who has a log-on they can share.
DC Comics has released a preview of the covers of the upcoming Black Label miniseries Superman: Year One from Frank Miller and John Romita Jr. Here’s the official blurb quote This June, legendary creators Frank Miller (Batman: Year One/Batman: Dark Knight Returns) and John Romita Jr. (Daredevil: The Man Without Fear/The Amazing Spider-Man) will share their definitive origin story for the Man of Steel in SUPERMAN: YEAR ONE from DC Black Label. Beginning with the release of large-format periodicals in the months of June, August and October, the complete story will be available for collection in bookstores everywhere November 2019.
: SUPERMAN: YEAR ONE is a coming-of-age story for the future Man of Steel, featuring a young alien-boy just trying to find his place in a new world. Faced with the need to hide his heritage and powers in order to survive, Clark will find his humanity through the grounding of the Kent family and the relationships that will define the man he will become. Told by two of the most revered voices in comics, SUPERMAN: YEAR ONE is more than a superhero story – it’s about the choices made by Clark Kent on his path to becoming a legend. It’s a testament to the importance of choosing to become a hero.
Superman: Year One #1 will be available in local comic stores on June 19th.
Well, I’ve been talking about it for several episodes and the day finally arrived. Just after midnight on March 20th. Disney took ownership of the assets of 21st Century Fox. And things will never be the same again. In an official statement, Disney Chairman and CEO Robert Iger said quote “This is an extraordinary and historic moment for us—one that will create significant long-term value for our company and our shareholders,”. “Combining Disney’s and 21st Century Fox’s wealth of creative content and proven talent creates the preeminent global entertainment company, well positioned to lead in an incredibly dynamic and transformative era.”
To remind you the acquisition gives Disney Twentieth Century Fox, Fox Searchlight Pictures, Fox 2000 Pictures (which they’ve shut down,), Fox Family and Fox Animation; Fox’s television creative units, Twentieth Century Fox Television, FX Productions and Fox21; FX Networks; National Geographic Partners; Fox Networks Group International; Star India; and Fox’s interests in Hulu, Tata Sky and Endemol Shine Group. The remaining portions of Fox will be spun into a new company called Fox Corporation This includes FOX News Channel, FOX Business Network, FOX Broadcasting Company, FOX Sports, FOX Television Stations Group, and sports cable networks FS1, FS2, Fox Deportes and Big Ten Network, and certain other assets and liabilities. It’s a new day, yes it is.
Some of the fallout of the deal comes with the news that The New Mutants film will according to Vanity Fair’s Nicole Sperling, end up on Disney Plus later this year. The film, that was originally going to be a theatrical release stars Maisie Williams and had a moderate budget, unfortunately, it didn’t come out before the merger. It was originally supposed to be a trilogy of films with a horror movie bent. It’s currently set for release on August 2nd on whatever platform they decide, we will let you know.
Since the last episode, we got a new trailer for the new X-Men film Dark Phoenix. The film so far has had a lot of people comparing it to X-Men 3 The Last Stand. Fox marketing execs are apparently in a tissy over the promotion of the film being entangled with the timing of the studio’s acquisition. A nameless exec told Vanity Fair quote “We know when we are dropping a trailer, but we are nowhere near where we should be at this time,” “It’s frightening. I would be mad if I were a filmmaker.” I have not seen many great things about Dark Phoenix. Hopefully, the trailers are just cut badly and the film is better than that. I guess we’ll find out when the movie comes to theaters on June 7th.
Captain Marvel is doing pretty well in theaters. It’s now almost to a billion dollars worldwide, currently at 910.3 million plus. In the US, it’s made over 322 million. It’s a hit. Another hit is the movies rocking 90’s soundtrack. With songs from TLC, Nirvana and more. But one song Just a Girl by No Doubt almost didn’t make the movie. In an interview with Empire Film Podcast, co-director Anna Boden joked that the team tried to quote “about three thousand” different songs before settling on No Doubt. Quote “That is actually one of the places in the movie where we tried about three thousand different songs before we arrived at ‘Just A Girl,'” “Which is hilarious because ‘Just A Girl’ is the most obvious choice.”
“For a variety of reasons, we were looking in different directions before we landed there,” “We put it in and there’s something cheeky and little bit of fun about it. People were really into it and kind of fell in love with it there.
Last year, James Gunn fell into a world of hurt when alt right conspiracy theorist Mike Cernovich drew attention to several tweets that Mr. Gunn wrote between 2008 and 2012 joking about rape, child abuse, and pedophilia. This caused Disney in response to fire him as director of Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 3. However, time heals some wounds. Disney has reinstated James Gunn has the director of Guardians 3. A movie that was telegraphed by actor and upcoming WWE Wrestlemania competitor Dave Bautista while promoting his upcoming comedy Stuber. Quote “His phone was ringing the day after with Marvel,” “He’s bouncing back, big time. In the next 6 to 8 months, next year, you’re gonna see James Gunn bounce back in a huge way, which is gonna be a huge statement and real vindication.”
So assuming Drax gets reincorporated in Endgame, we could see Bautista back for Guardians 3…of course there are also reports that say Bautista is also being considered in James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad movie as well.
We have a lot of reactions to Gunn’s reinstatement. Ant-man director Edgar wright texted Gunn with quote “Love it!”
Thor Ragnarok director Taika Watiti posted on Twitter with tongue in cheek quote What the hell?? I thought I was going to do it!” In reference to a call from many fans for him to take over for Gunn on guardians 3.
So…as we mentioned in earlier episodes that James Gunn’s currently working on a new Suicide Squad movie for Warner Bros. Will he have to quit to go back to Marvel? Nope. One of the conditions he gave Disney for his reinstatement was that he could complete the Suicide Squad first. So James Gunn will be the man of two franchises.
Production of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3 will begin production in February 2021 under the working title of Hot Christmas.
James Gunn is about to be busy for years.
The Hollywood Reporter reports that Runaways, which is on the now Disney majority owned Hulu will be back for a third season consisting of ten episodes.
Warner Bros had a big success with Aquaman. Now Wait a minute? Didn’t he have an analog in the Marvel Universe? Oh, yeah. Namor. Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson recently tweeted a cryptic tweet that might mean the Sub Mariner might be coming to film in the future. The tweet has been pulled down, but luckily a fan managed to screen capture it. Derrickson shared an image from the cover of 2011’s Fear Itself: The Deep, a comic that featured both Doc Strange and Namor with the caption quote Are You Experienced? Could this mean that we might see Namor in Doctor Strange 2? The rights for Namor had been given to Universal back in 2001. Could it be that the rights have reverted back to Marvel? If something happens, we’ll let you know.
Star Trek news starts with some more cast added to the Picard show, they really need to announce a title soon. Evan Evagora has been added to the cast. Evan is an Australian actor. He’s a newcomer his IMDB page only has 3 credits The Picard Series, role as Patron in an episode of a tv show called Secret City and a new Fantasy Island series which is still filming and is due out in 2020. This is the third version of Fantasy Island and stars Michael Pena has Mr. Roarke. So being cast in the Picard show must be a big vote of confidence.
Star Trek is bringing sexy back….let’s try that again. Star Trek is bringing the Skant back. Yeah. The Skant, which was seen in the first season of The Next Generation of the set to be revived in Star Trek Discovery. According to costume designer Gersha Phillips, the skant well appear before the season end. Speaking with the Daily Dot she said quote “We have! They haven’t come out yet, they’ll be later in the season. I was looking for a particular character to do it on, and we didn’t have anybody specific. It’ll come up closer to the end, but we did do it and we will try to do it going forward.
“It’s true that it’s always been there for Star Trek – you know, apart from the original series and the J.J. [Abrams] remake, they have maintained a really cool non-binary look throughout. So I think that for us going forward, it was really important to do that as well. The tunic will come back because so far Nhan’s the only one that’s worn them on our ship. She wore the blue Disco one, which turned out really cool. But yeah, our intention is definitely to do them for both men and women.”
I’ve always been a fan of the kilt.
IDW has released Star Trek Discovery: Captain Saru by writers Kristen Beyer, Mike Johnson, and art from Angel Hernandez and JL Rio. The story is set at the end of season one but before the Enterprise showed up. Here’s the blurb An all-new Discovery adventure that ties directly into season 1 of the hit CBS All Access show! Soon after the events on Q’onoS, the Discovery receives a distress call from someone from Tilly’s past. It’s up to Commander Saru to lead the crew against this sinister alien threat in his first mission as acting captain! This comic is out now and will run you about $7.99
The Star Trek Deep Space Nine Documentary What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Star Trek Deep Space Nine has been acquired for distribution by Shout! Studios. Shout has stated that they intend to put the film in theaters as well as video-on-demand, digital, broadcast, and home entertainment by the end of the year. In the press release, Shout Studios Mark Balsam said quote “I loved Deep Space Nine and this documentary beautifully captures the true essence of the series and what it meant to the Star Trek franchise,”
VP of Marketing Michael Ribas added, quote “Deep Space Nine has a passionate fanbase—as shown by the successful crowdfunding campaign that brought this movie to life—and we’re thrilled to share their love of and dedication to the show by bringing the What We Left Behind to an even wider audience, unquote
Deep Space Nine writer Ira Steven Behr said quote “When Dave Zappone asked me if I wanted to make a documentary about Deep Space Nine, my first reaction was, ‘What is there left to say about Deep Space Nine?’ Well, William Faulkner once wrote, ‘The past is never dead. It’s not even past.’ The cast, crew, and fans have a lot to say about Deep Space Nine. What We Left Behind is their story; it’s my story, too. Turns out William Faulkner was a very wise man.” unquote
The film deal was negotiated by Mark Balsam and Shout’s Vice President of Business Affairs, Vanessa Keiko Flanders for Shout! Factory, and Douglas Lee for 455 Films.
Harry Mudd has left the building. That was the message from Rainn Wilson he gave during a panel at Emerald City Comicon. The actor said that he will not be appearing in the second season of Discovery (despite the short trek that was released a few months ago) But he did leave the door open to an appearance in season three. He also took time to note that some fans find his new version of the character too grounded, while others find him too funny and mentioned how there were a lot of “Discovery haters” in general. He also said that there was once a possibility that he could appear in this current season, but another job took him out of the mix. Considering how busy the story has been this season, I really don’t see how they could have squeezed a Mudd story in any way. I suppose they could have made Mudd the red herring…angel.
Star Wars news
So last episode we detailed a lot of stuff at Disney’s Galaxy’s Edge attraction. Slash Films dot com has a first look at the companion app. Which through your interactions will ultimately decide whether you support the Resistance, the First Order, or roam around as an independent scoundrel?
I think I’d rather be a scoundrel.
Here’s the breakdown of what you can do with the app, courtesy of the Disney Parks Blog:
Translate galactic languages—both written and spoken.
Discover precious cargo and digital goods as you scan objects all around the spaceport—including items hidden inside space-shipping crates and containers.
Tune into communications sent by the planet’s many residents to uncover stories and secrets throughout the land—and unscramble transmissions being sent from far, far away.
Use the Play Disney Parks app to hack into the land’s many devices, control panels, and droids.
Each time you complete a job involving one of these activities, you’ll receive “digital rewards like ship schematics, star maps, galactic credits and more!”
I wonder what the droids will do when there are dozens of people trying to hack the same droid at the same time? This could be the start of a droid rebellion.
Galaxy’s Edge opens in Disneyland in Anaheim, California, on May 31, 2019, and in Orlando, Florida, on August 29, 2019. For much more on the park. I’ll have a link to the article in our show notes. https://www.slashfilm.com/galaxys-edge-app/
The still title-less episode nine keeps dripping out leaks. The latest comes from Oscar Issac who teased on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon that C3pO will have a larger role in the last Skywalker movie.
Talking with Jimmy about wrapping up filming, he shared that his final moment on set was upstaged by Anthony Daniels, who also wrapped up on the same day. Quote “It was such a milestone,” Isaac shared. “And what was particularly special is the day that I finished on these three massive movies that, for me, have been such huge part of my life. Right after it was like, ‘Okay, Oscar’s done!’ and you know, I said a few words… ‘And it’s also Anthony Daniels’ last day on set,’ you know? And I mean, way to take the thunder,” he joked. “This guy, he’s been there from the very beginning. You know, originally, George Lucas saw the whole thing as a story about C-3PO and R2-D2, these droids that kind of witness all of this history.” “He was super emotional about it,” “And hanging up the golden cowl. And I think, really, and I mean this, this time he kept saying like, this is the most fun he had. Cause he has, actually, you know, had so many fun things to do, and we got to work a lot together. And yeah, it was amazing to see that, to see that piece of history close.”
Oscar has plenty of work ahead of him, including the new Dune film and The Addams Family animated feature.
Frank Oz thinks that criticism of The Last Jedi is Horse Crap. Speaking at a panel at South by Southwest, he told the audience quote “I love [The Last Jedi],” Oz shared during a panel at South by Southwest [H/T IndieWire]. “All the people who don’t like this Jedi thing is just horse crap. It’s about expectations. The movie didn’t fill their expectations. But as filmmakers, we’re not here to fulfill people’s expectations.”
Now that Disney has unfired James Gunn, could Marvel rehire Chuck Wendig? If you’ll remember in a previous episode, Chuck Wendig was fired after he took on trolls on twitter. Marvel considered his tweets to be too political and vulgar and they fired him from the Shadow of Vader miniseries and another future project. Similar to how Disney fired James Gunn for his inappropriate tweets. There are arguments for and against. Gunn accepted responsibility, Wendig went public and made it clear that he feels that Marvel was in error. So…do you think Marvel should rehire Wendig? Let me know.
Now for something completely creepy. A newly found tarantula-like spider species is being named after the stormtroopers from Star Wars. These spiders live in Columbia and each spider sports an armored exterior. Each spider being identical like the next one. These six species of spiders are so small that they could sit on a penny. They include two species of bald legged spiders in the established genus Paratropis and four additional species in a new genus they call Stormtropis. So why were they given this name? Co-author William Galvis, an arachnologist from the National University of Colombia, said there were two reasons.
Quote “The first one was because we love Star Wars,” “And the second one — sometimes it’s the only way to catch the attention of people outside the sciences.”
Don’t worry about finding one of these in your house anytime soon. Those spiders — Stormtropis, Paratropis and their relatives — are particularly tricky to find. They’re often buried in leaves, bark or rotten logs, and deftly camouflaged. Their specialized cuticle or outer “skin” is equipped with unusual scales that collect the soil they live in, blending their bodies into the earth.
Still…spiders. Just gonna let that sit there.
Just when you thought award season was done. There’s the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards. Let’s do a quick rundown of the big winners. Favorite Movie: Avengers: Infinity War, Favorite Superhero: Robert Downey Jr. Iron Man, Favorite Butt Kicker: Chris Pratt for Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom, Favorite Animated Movie: Incredibles 2, Favorite Funny TV Show: Fuller House (Even funnier considering what just happened to Aunt Becky.) Favorite TV Drama: Riverdale and to prove kids have no taste, Favorite Music Group: Maroon 5, just kidding, they aren’t bad, just overplayed. There’s more but I’m just gonna leave it alone.
The classic Tom Hanks movie Forrest Gump is getting a remake…in India. The Hollywood Reporter reports that Indian Superstar Aamir Kahn is set to star in the movie and will be directed by Advait Chandan. In a statement, Khan said quote “We have bought the rights from Paramount. I have always loved Forrest Gump as a script. It is a wonderful story about this character. It is a feel-good film. It is a film for the whole family.” It’ll be interesting to see what Bollywood makes of the story.
Kevin Smith is hard at work on his new View Askew-naverse movie Jay And Silent Bob Reboot. And he’s been releasing tidbits. Returning is Jason Lee as Brodie, a sweet tribute to Stan Lee, Brian ohalloran returning as Brodie, the use of a Redbox machine courtesy of Redbox, appearances by Craig Robinson, Justin Long, Joe Manganiello, Method Man, Redman, a new girl gang featuring his daughter Harley Quinn Smith, Shannon Elizabeth returning as Justice, Molly Shannon, Kate Micucci, Chris Jericho, James VanDerBeek, Jason Biggs and Bader Diedrich.
So looking forward to this movie, even if Kevin is half the man he used to be literally.
And speaking of reboots, comma unnecessary. The new Scooby-Doo reboot titled SCOOB from Warner Bros. Animation is casting and according to Deadline dot com, Zac Efron and Amanda Seyfried have been cast as the voices of Fred and Daphne, they join Will Forte as Shaggy and Gina Rodriguez as Velma. Master voice actor Frank Welker will return to voice as Scooby Doo. The movie will come to theaters in May 2020.
In the wake of 21st Century Fox’s absorption into the Walt Disney Company, Deadline reports that Emma Watts, a Fox exec reportedly stopped Noah Hawley and FX from taking the Aliens franchise for a miniseries. Apparently, Watts was guarding the Aliens franchise from being used for TV projects or streaming projects with low budgets and no back ends. A pity. It might have been better than the last movie.
Dennis Villeneuve’s reboot of Dune has now started filming. The film is now shooting in Budapest Hungary and in Jordan and we now have an official synopsis. Quote A mythic and emotionally charged hero’s journey, “Dune” tells the story of Paul Atreides, a brilliant and gifted young man born into a great destiny beyond his understanding, who must travel to the most dangerous planet in the universe to ensure the future of his family and his people. As malevolent forces explode into conflict over the planet’s exclusive supply of the most precious resource in existence—a commodity capable of unlocking humanity’s greatest potential—only those who can conquer their fear will survive. Unquote Dune hits theaters on November 20, 2020.
The reboot of the Toxic Avenger by Legendary Entertainment has finally found its director. Macon Blair has joined up to write and direct the movie according to Variety. While the original was very low budget and well Tromaesque Legendary plans to turn the Toxic Avenger’s next cinematic adventure into a more refined affair. No release date has been given yet.
The Dora the Explorer live-action film, Dora and the Lost City of Gold, has added Danny Trejo to the cast. Trejo announced on Twitter that he will be voicing Dora’s trusty monkey friend Boots. Can’t make this up, can ya.
Now usually at the end of the show, we talk about those that have passed on. Tonight we’d like to note the announced passing of the tv show Supernatural after next seasons fifteenth season. This means that next season will the end of both Supernatural and Arrow. We’re gonna need more DC Universe shows!
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