RELATED: Captain Marvel 2 Gets Candyman Director Nia DaCosta "Marvel is a little bit of a house of cards in a sense that everything influences everything around it, even if it's very modular. Figuring out where the story fits in the MCU influences things as well. She an incredible character, but I will also say that since Marvel has done so many movies already, you really have to go out of your way to make sure her story is fresh, and doesn't borrow too heavily from the other films. She's an incredibly strong and wonderful hero, but all the Marvel characters are. So you just need to figure out how to bring her to life in a way that's unique to her story but in a way that honors the canon and also gearing out the roles that she needs to play with everything that's going on in the MCU. It's a little bit of a twister game whereas Guardians is very free, where it's like the sky is the limit, with Captain Marvel, it's been trying to really figure out who Carol Danvers is and how to just … [Read more...] about How Is Captain Marvel Being Affected by the Other MCU Movies?
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You may recall that Avengers: Infinity War directors Anthony Russo and Joe Russo let it slip that Captain Marvel will be a part of this massive adventure, which some fans think may explain why Brie Larson was cast so early, since Captain Marvel doesn't hit theaters until March 8, 2019, right between Avengers: Infinity War and the untitled Avengers sequel set to hit theaters on May 3, 2019. Production on Infinity War is currently under way, but Marvel still hasn't released a full cast list at this time. … [Read more...] about Brie Larson Wishes Captain Marvel Movies Existed When She Was Growing Up
Desert Dolphin Skatepark — located in a remote cluster of rural villages in Khempur-Mavli district — was constructed for the film with the support of Indian and International skate volunteers. The skatepark remains free for public use and is one of India’s largest. … [Read more...] about Netflix Acquires Indian Skateboard Movie ‘Desert Dolphin’ (Exclusive)
Despite the current ire of mid-level exhibitors, there are some cooler heads prevailing out there about Disney’s Mulan pivot. There are some who believe CEO Bob Chapek when he said during the company’s earnings call where he made the announcement that the Mulan experiment is “a one-off as opposed trying to say that there’s a new business windowing model.” We’re in the middle of a pandemic, Disney released some pretty bad numbers today and Disney+ is the only thing that’s working for them. What’s appeasing Wall Street is when entertainment congloms adapt and make lemonade out of lemons in these currents times, i.e., creating revenue events out of finished movies instead of rolling the dice on a big event movie theatrically, which is risky right now. Also, some who’ve already seen Mulan say it’s OK, not great, which could factor against it at the box office in a marketplace that’s not completely restored. … [Read more...] about ‘Mulan’ Madness: With A Potential Disney+ Windfall, Will Studio Still Need Movie Theaters?
“Every one of us were assigned around-the-clock security,” said producer Sean Daniel who was Pollock’s president of production at the time. “Tom and I took a lot of heat inside the studio for putting Universal’s money into Last Temptation. There was the morning that I was watching the local 7:25 a.m. news and I saw the broadcast from Lew Wasserman’s driveway of the guy dressed as Jesus pouring blood over himself. I called Tom and said, ‘I think we’re in for rough day at the office.’ Tom said, ‘I’ll see you there.’ And it didn’t get any better that day, when 10,000 Christian protesters circled the studio and shut down access to the entire place. To say Lew Wasserman was furious at us was an understatement, most of all because the tour was shut down that day.” … [Read more...] about Anita Busch Remembers Tom Pollock: Smartest Guy In The Movie Business