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Shazam! director already wants to make a sequel

Shazam! director already wants to make a sequel

A ‘Shazam!’ sequel could be in the works. David F. Sandberg and Peter Safran – the respective director and producer of the latest DC Extended Universe film – have confirmed they want to continue the story of Zachary Levi’s Billy Batson after his upcoming origin story which will be released on April 5. During an interview with ComicBook.com, the pair were asked whether... »

David Dastmalchian joins Dune reboot

David Dastmalchian joins Dune reboot

David Dastmalchian has joined the cast of the ‘Dune’ reboot. The 34-year-old actor is the latest star to become part of the ever-growing cast of the sci-fi movie reboot, which is being adapted from Frank Herbert’s novel of the same name by director Denis Villeneuve. ‘Dune’ – which is considered a sci-fi literary classic – tells the complex story of a falle... »

Zachary Levi wants Shazam in another Justice League’ movie.

Zachary Levi wants Shazam in another Justice League’ movie.

Zachary Levi wants Shazam to be in a ‘Justice League’ sequel. The 38-year-old actor is set to play the titular role in the upcoming DC and Warner Bros superhero flick ‘Shazam!’, and he admitted he would love to join the DC Extended Universe’s Justice League, which features Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and the Flash. In an interview with Empire he said: "... »

James Cameron doesn’t think Aquaman is realistic enough

James Cameron doesn’t think Aquaman is realistic enough

James Cameron "doesn’t resonate" with ‘Aquaman’ because it wasn’t realistic. The 64-year-old director claims the 2018 DC Extended Universe superhero film – starring Jason Momoa as the titular character – is a movie he "could never have made" as he claimed it is totally disconnected from "any sense of physics or reality" because of i... »

Jason Momoa to join Dune reboot?

Jason Momoa to join Dune reboot?

Jason Momoa is in talks to join the ‘Dune’ reboot. The 39-year-old actor is reportedly in negotiations to join the ever-growing cast of ‘Dune’, the upcoming adaptation of the sci-fi novel by Frank Herbert that is being directed by Denis Villeneuve. ‘Dune’ – which is considered a sci-fi literary classic – tells the complex story of a fallen noble fami... »

Aquaman sequel officially in the works

Aquaman sequel officially in the works

An ‘Aquaman’ sequel is officially in the works. Jason Momoa’s turn as the DC Comics superhero was a winner at the box office, becoming the 21st highest-grossing film of all time, and now Warner Bros. are bringing back David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick – who wrote the first movie with Will Beall – to pen the script for another instalment of the sci-fi blockbuster. Variet... »

Aquaman spin-off?

Aquaman spin-off?

Warner Bros are in talks about an ‘Aquaman’ spin-off. Following the success of Jason Momoa’s standalone movie, Warner Bros are considering a new film based on the Trench, the deadly creatures who attacked his character Aquaman and his love Mera. According to The Hollywood Reporter’s Heat Vision blog, Noah Gardner and Aidan Fitzgerald have been hired to work on a horror scri... »

Lenny Kravitz wants to ‘sell everything’ he ‘owns’

Lenny Kravitz wants to ‘sell everything’ he ‘owns’

Lenny Kravitz wants to "sell everything" he owns. The ‘Fly Away’ hitmaker has revealed that as he’s gotten older, material items aren’t "important" to him "anymore" and the singer is now more concerned with making a positive difference to the people around him. Speaking to People magazine, Lenny admitted: "I was thinking yesterday, ‘... »

Aquaman becomes DC’s highest-grossing film

Aquaman becomes DC’s highest-grossing film

‘Aquaman’ has become the highest-grossing DC Comics film in history. The James Wan-directed hit – which features the likes of Jason Momoa, Amber Heard and Nicole Kidman – passed the $1.09 billion landmark at the worldwide box office over the weekend, according to Box Office Mojo. The achievement means that ‘Aquaman’ has leapfrogged Christopher Nolan’s R... »

James Wan slams Oscars snub

James Wan slams Oscars snub

James Wan has slammed the Oscars for failing to acknowledge ‘Aquaman’. The 41-year-old filmmaker is unhappy that his superhero blockbuster – which features Jason Momoa in the titular role – wasn’t recognised in the shortlist for special effects honours at the upcoming Academy Awards, branding the snub a "f***ing disgrace". James spoke out after promoting the... »

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