The Good, The Bad & The Nerdy for September 11, 2018
Tons of images for the upcoming season of The Gifted have been released thanks to Fox and ComicBook.com.
Bryce Dallas Howard wants to see the entire ‘Jurassic’ journey come together in the eventual Jurassic World 3: “In terms of the third movie, the goal overall is to bring the entire saga together,” Howard shared with CinemaBlend. “It’ll be the sixth film at the end of the day. For me, what I’m most wanting, other than an undercut, is for there to be more characters from the earlier films.”
Thanks to the success of The Nun, The Conjuring 3 is officially moving forward.
In the upcoming IT: Chapter Two, screenwriter Gary Dauberman promises it will tackle one of the more metaphysical concepts from Stephen King’s source novel, the Ritual of Chüd. “The Ritual of Chüd is challenging, but it’s such an important component to the book that we had to address it,” Dauberman shared with CinemaBlend. “That stuff is difficult to balance, but because [director Andy Muschietti, producer Barbara Muschietti and I] worked with each other before, when I’m writing pages and all that stuff it becomes more of a conversation and less like, ‘Hey, here’s what I did.’ It’s sort of organic; it’s really kind of just chipping away at the stone and trying to find the most focused, accessible way into some of more metaphysical aspects of that book.”
In F**k You All: The Uwe Boll Story, controversial director Uwe Boll explains a lot of his career decisions, talking about how he wants to make filmmaking interesting, even if that means a baby getting run over by a car, or a recreation of a 9-11 scene with a plane crashing into a building with someone inside of it. The trailer is above.
TNT’s Snowpiercer series will debut sometime in June 2019, according to star Steve Ogg. “Snowpiercer, based on the movie. It’s a TV show, it’s for TNT, Netflix around the world, June of next year,” Ogg said when asked about upcoming projects at Salt Lake City’s FanX convention this past weekend.
MTV is bringing back YO! MTV Raps with domestic and international versions of the show.
Instead of using the same Led Zeppelin song twice in the movie, we could’ve easily replaced one with this?
Thor: Rangarok but instead of Immigrant Song it’s Dancing Queen by Abba pic.twitter.com/VB69PNl2il