Movie Talk: ‘Jason Bourne’ Trailer Discussion; Alan Silvestri Back Scoring ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

     June 8, 2016

On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (June 8, 2016) Kristian Harloff, Jon Schnepp, Mark Ellis, Ashley Mova discuss the following:

  • Lobo movie to follow comic book storylines
  • AMC Rewind
  • Live Twitter questions


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Universal has released the newest TV spot for Jason Bourne starring Matt Damon, with Julia Stiles’ Nicky character also heavily featured. Bourne is a man who can never know peace, who is once again on a mission to dismantle the secret organization churning out assassins. The new program, a la Treadstone, is called Iron Hand and looks to be even worse than before. Damon is joined by Alicia Vikander, Vincent Cassel and Tommy Lee Jones. Frank Marshall produces with the film written and directed by Paul Greengrass. Jason Bourne hits theatres on July 29th.

Original Captain America: The First Avenger and The Avengers composer Alan Silvestri took to his website yesterday to announce that he would be returning to score both Avengers: Infinity War films. Silvestri’s main theme for The Avengers is one of the more memorable themes for fans, which has been reused in a number of subsequent Marvel movies. His other notable credits include Back to the Future, Predator, Forrest Gump, and The Polar Express. Production on the two Infinity War movies is set to begin in November of this year in Atlanta, Georgia with both movies being shot back to back.



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After years of creative stops and starts, Warner Bros. Lobo adaptation is finally poised to make some forward progress. Centered on a hyper-violent, psychopathic, intergalactic bounty hunter, Lobo was once set for a PG-13 adaptation helmed by Guy Ritchie before passing into the hands of San Andreas director Brad Peyton with none other than Dwayne Johnson in talks to star. Ultimately, that incarnation also fell apart, and all was quiet on the Lobo front until earlier this year when Warner Bros. hired Wonder Woman and Pan scribe Jason Fuchs to pen a new incarnation of the script from scratch. With Fuchs hard at work on the property, the writer took to his Instagram to share he’s turning to the character’s classic comic arcs for inspiration. In the post, Fuchs highlights the Lobo: Portrait of a Bastich collection, which features two of Lobo’s miniseries comic runs from the ’90s — The Last Czarnian and Lobo’s Back; a story point that could possibly point towards an R-rating befitting the twisted, alien mercenary.



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