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AMA- I am an actor and was in WonderWoman and Last Jedi- ask me anything!
20030
‘Paddington 2’ is the Fourth Film to Score 100% on Rotten Tomatoes With Over 100 Reviews
83924
The first film to be screened in Saudi Arabia after a 35-year ban on cinemas was 'The Emoji Movie'
477
Dave Bautista Was Told He Was Too Young for 'Blade Runner 2049' Role
1787
A Studio Ghibli Theme Park Is CONFIRMED for 2020
631
‘The Shape of Water’ Will Be the Best Picture Nominee to Beat
168
I was never a big Ryan Gosling fan, but his performance in Blade Runner 2049 was absolutely perfect. This scene alone was by far my favorite performance of his.
1067
The Enchanted 2 Script is Almost Finished, which is titled "Disenchanted"
220
“Creed 2”: Florian “Big Nasty” Munteanu to Play Dolph Lundgren’s Son and Michael B. Jordan’s Opponent
187
PSA: Paul Thomas Anderson will be doing an AMA tomorrow January 16 at 3pm ET over in /r/IAmA
105
"Troy" (2004) makes me wish they had made "The Odyssey" and brought back Sean Bean to play Odysseus.
711
First Images of Michael Caine in Political-Comedy 'Dear Dictator'
417
William H. Macy on getting cast in "Fargo"
255
What film has the saddest happy ending?
336
The Shape of Water Novel Does Much, Much More Than Adapt the Movie
67
What movie absolutely ruined a song for you?
33
Timothée Chalamet Donates Salary from Woody Allen Film to Time's Up Fund
254
Clive Owen To Star With Will Smith In Ang Lee’s GEMINI MAN
175
Coming To America - "I Knew Martin Luther The King"
71
Richard Venture, Character Actor in 'Scent of a Woman,' 'All The President's Men', and 'Courage Under Fire', Dies at 94
64063
The first draft of ‘Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy’ involved a planeload of news anchors crashing into the mountains, discovering their plane carried monkeys and martial arts equipment, and resulted in a battle between cannibalistic newsmen and star-throwing monkeys.
62
Churchill Speech in 'Darkest Hour' Receives Standing Ovations in UK Cinemas
42
Universal Trying to Salvage Dark Universe's 'Bride of Frankenstein' Film
95
Let’s talk about the things that take you out of a movie.
461
Philip K. Dick: The Father of Modern Sci-Fi
234
Gary Oldman and the decline of the working-class British actor
114
Whose’s life has yet to be made into a biopic?
132
Show Dogs (2018) Primary Poster
31
Whoah, Zardoz is actually a fantastic film.
14
NSFW The trailer of God, Sex And Truth Starring Porn Star Mia Malkova Is Out And It Is NSFW
9
The electric shock scene from home alone 2 was one of the most scientifically accurate shocking scenes in any media. Electrical engineer's wrote letters of praise to the film crew for it's accuracy.
242
Steven Spielberg's 'The Post' Gets Banned in Lebanon
37
Nightcrawler - How Cinematography Tells The Story
28
Ben Stiller sends message to cast & crew of Submarine
276
Luc Besson's EuropaCorp To Reduce French Staff By 28% After Recent Losses, Due to 'Valerian'
9
Waterworld should be remade
24
What happened to the late 90s/early 2000s trend of really long movies?
29
35 years later, the Helicopter Chase from Blue Thunder is still the one of the coolest practical/stunt sequences in film.
41
'Bride of Frankenstein' Reportedly Moving Forward Once Again
11
'Miss Sloane' Wins Best Screenplay at UK Writers' Guild Awards
18
What Movie holds up better than you expected
132 TubaMike The Bible Cinematic Universe
32 osmlol Xmen. Now that Disney owns xmen I expect to see a huge reboot of the IP.
127 MuresMalum With our luck, Tetris.
124 TontoGoldstein85 Transformers: Beast Wars
78 CosmicAstroBastard There's actually quite a few contenders right now. For one, I foresee lots of additional Jumanji movies in the near future based on how well Welcome to the Jungle is doing (and that is not a sentence I *ever* expected to type) and how well the premise lends itself to sequels- new form of the game, new set of kids, new set of big Hollywood stars for them to turn into. Murder on the Orient Express made a pretty good amount of money on a modest budget, got a sequel greenlit really fast, most people seemed to like it well enough, and there's no shortage of Poirot books to adapt. I can picture Branagh easily playing that role four or five more times if people keep seeing the movies. A Wrinkle in Time and Mortal Engines are both based on books that have sequels, so if they do well, expect franchises to follow. And Creed II is on the way and we all know how big the Rocky series got. They could cap it off at two or three movies to avoid letting it stale, or they could do them for the next 20 years.
261 sexlover6969 Avatar. With FOUR sequels already having release dates, it is in the best shape to be a huge franchise. The first movie grossed over two billion dollars, nominated for multiple oscars, and its own land in Disney World, it is the next big movie franchise.
82 distephano87 It's not that hard. Just think of 90's/00's properties that are still hot. I think video games have the most potential, as gamers are still hungry for a movie that doesn't suck. And it will happen. Valve is in cohoots with J.J. Abrams. Or maybe Dunkey will become a movie star, god willing.
65 QUEST50012 If you're talking about the next phenomenon, a'la Harry Potter, than I wouldn't be surprised if it's a video game or anime adaptation. Yes, so far all these movies have sucked, but someone will come along and finally figure out how to make this work on a blockbuster scale; it's not impossible. It may not be for another ten years, but it will happen.
15 Mr_Steal_Your_Grill I got it: *Redwall*. Yes, the books about talking mice. It's basically family friendly Game of Thrones. 1) There are tons of existing books within a consistent universe, a la Harry Potter or DC/Marvel universes. 2) Redwall stories usually follow the Hero with 1000 Faces kind of narrative arc, which has been a success in everything from Aladdin to Star Wars 3) There's already a built in narrative explanation for the mantle of 'hero' moving to different characters in different books, so you don't need to lock down one set of voice actors. Cheaper to make more movies that way 4) It would be easy enough to make parallel stories out of, say, the badgers & hares of Salamandastron, the woodland creatures of Redwall, and some heroes from the other tribes in the area like the otters or shrews, and have some huge enemy that requires them all to team up. These groups already do get help from each other in their own stories, you'd just need to adjust the timelines a bit so multiple heroes are alive and active at once. 5) Redwall is gritty, like all movies have to be these days apparently, but on a level kids can deal with. I'm pretty sure there are essentially torture scenes in some of the books, but they are still ultimately kid friendly. 6) With the new Disney adaptation of the jungle book and similar movies, CGI is at a place where you could do them in a "live action" style instead of a cartoon style, which would mean adults wouldn't dismiss it out of hand as just a kids movie
28 Bhaelfur I'd love to see some Brandon Sanderson books on the big screen. Warbreaker could work well. Legion would also be great, and his Reckoners series would probably translate well to movies. The rest would probably be better suited as mini series or TV shows like Game of Thrones.
99 distephano87 I feel like a live action, Hollywood Pokemon movie would just fucking destroy the box office.
13 Verige I have a theory: The next Transformers franshise could come from LEGO. In the early 2000's there were these robots called the Bionicle. If Lego is smart they could turn that name into the next Lord of the Rings if they wanted to.
10 beitrik Perhaps the Monsterverse (Godzilla and King Kong)
9 JDNB82 I'd like to see a new big budget version of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
17 os241088 Mortal Engines could be interesting
51 jaggedjottings "The Legend of Zelda" trilogy, directed by Peter Jackson.
59 DonnieDarkoRabbit The new *Planet of the Apes* series can take off now the prequel trilogy has put its feet in the ground.
129 0 TubaMike The Bible Cinematic Universe
33 0 osmlol Xmen. Now that Disney owns xmen I expect to see a huge reboot of the IP.
122 0 MuresMalum With our luck, Tetris.
125 0 TontoGoldstein85 Transformers: Beast Wars
74 0 CosmicAstroBastard There's actually quite a few contenders right now. For one, I foresee lots of additional Jumanji movies in the near future based on how well Welcome to the Jungle is doing (and that is not a sentence I *ever* expected to type) and how well the premise lends itself to sequels- new form of the game, new set of kids, new set of big Hollywood stars for them to turn into. Murder on the Orient Express made a pretty good amount of money on a modest budget, got a sequel greenlit really fast, most people seemed to like it well enough, and there's no shortage of Poirot books to adapt. I can picture Branagh easily playing that role four or five more times if people keep seeing the movies. A Wrinkle in Time and Mortal Engines are both based on books that have sequels, so if they do well, expect franchises to follow. And Creed II is on the way and we all know how big the Rocky series got. They could cap it off at two or three movies to avoid letting it stale, or they could do them for the next 20 years.
260 0 sexlover6969 Avatar. With FOUR sequels already having release dates, it is in the best shape to be a huge franchise. The first movie grossed over two billion dollars, nominated for multiple oscars, and its own land in Disney World, it is the next big movie franchise.
86 0 distephano87 It's not that hard. Just think of 90's/00's properties that are still hot. I think video games have the most potential, as gamers are still hungry for a movie that doesn't suck. And it will happen. Valve is in cohoots with J.J. Abrams. Or maybe Dunkey will become a movie star, god willing.
65 0 QUEST50012 If you're talking about the next phenomenon, a'la Harry Potter, than I wouldn't be surprised if it's a video game or anime adaptation. Yes, so far all these movies have sucked, but someone will come along and finally figure out how to make this work on a blockbuster scale; it's not impossible. It may not be for another ten years, but it will happen.
14 0 Mr_Steal_Your_Grill I got it: *Redwall*. Yes, the books about talking mice. It's basically family friendly Game of Thrones. 1) There are tons of existing books within a consistent universe, a la Harry Potter or DC/Marvel universes. 2) Redwall stories usually follow the Hero with 1000 Faces kind of narrative arc, which has been a success in everything from Aladdin to Star Wars 3) There's already a built in narrative explanation for the mantle of 'hero' moving to different characters in different books, so you don't need to lock down one set of voice actors. Cheaper to make more movies that way 4) It would be easy enough to make parallel stories out of, say, the badgers & hares of Salamandastron, the woodland creatures of Redwall, and some heroes from the other tribes in the area like the otters or shrews, and have some huge enemy that requires them all to team up. These groups already do get help from each other in their own stories, you'd just need to adjust the timelines a bit so multiple heroes are alive and active at once. 5) Redwall is gritty, like all movies have to be these days apparently, but on a level kids can deal with. I'm pretty sure there are essentially torture scenes in some of the books, but they are still ultimately kid friendly. 6) With the new Disney adaptation of the jungle book and similar movies, CGI is at a place where you could do them in a "live action" style instead of a cartoon style, which would mean adults wouldn't dismiss it out of hand as just a kids movie
29 0 Bhaelfur I'd love to see some Brandon Sanderson books on the big screen. Warbreaker could work well. Legion would also be great, and his Reckoners series would probably translate well to movies. The rest would probably be better suited as mini series or TV shows like Game of Thrones.
102 0 distephano87 I feel like a live action, Hollywood Pokemon movie would just fucking destroy the box office.
12 0 Verige I have a theory: The next Transformers franshise could come from LEGO. In the early 2000's there were these robots called the Bionicle. If Lego is smart they could turn that name into the next Lord of the Rings if they wanted to.
10 0 beitrik Perhaps the Monsterverse (Godzilla and King Kong)
8 0 JDNB82 I'd like to see a new big budget version of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
17 0 os241088 Mortal Engines could be interesting
52 0 jaggedjottings "The Legend of Zelda" trilogy, directed by Peter Jackson.
63 0 DonnieDarkoRabbit The new *Planet of the Apes* series can take off now the prequel trilogy has put its feet in the ground.