On this episode of Collider Movie Talk, John Campea, Jon Schnepp, and Mark Ellis discuss the following:
- John C. Reilly Signs On for Wreck-It-Ralph 2
- Fantastic Four Trailer
- Splinter Cell Movie In the Works
- Jennifer Lawrence’s Final Appearance As Mystique
- Michael Giacchino to returns to compose for Star Trek Beyond
- Will Jane Got a Gun come to theaters?
- New Nolan projects?
- Studios threaten to pull exclusive footage from Comic-Con
…and a few things more!
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John C. Reilly revealed that work is being done on a Wreck-It Ralph 2 and that he has signed on to do the sequel as well. The 2012 film made over $470 million at the world wide box office and was hailed by both critics and fans. John, is it time for another Wreck-It-Ralph film?
A brand new trailer for the upcoming reboot of Fantastic Four, which was originally shown at this past week’s Comic Con, has now hit the web. In the new trailer, we see more footage of Doom and a glimpse into the background of Dr. Reed Richards. Fantastic Four hits theaters on August 7th. Schnepp, what do you think of the new Fantastic Four trailer?
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As many of you know, Ubisoft has been in development of their video game to feature film adaptation of Splinter Cell. Deadline is now reporting that Mad Max: Fury Road star Tom Hardy is still indeed connected to play the lead character in the film Sam Fisher, a deadly special operative who carries out black op missions for the special operations and counter-terrorism unit, Echelon. Also, Ubisoft has just brought on screenwriter Frank John Hughes to write a brand new draft for the film following drafts turned in by Oscar-nominated writers Eric Warren Singer (American Hustle) and Sheldon Turner (Up in the Air, X-Men: First Class). Mark, buy or sell that a Splinter Cell movie film actually happen?
As many of you know actress Jennifer Lawrence has stated that X-Men: Apocalypse would be her final appearance as the mutant Mystique. Lawrence, however, recently revealed there could still be a chance that she may return. She said the following: “I want them to ask me, and then I’m just going to see how I feel in the moment when they ask. It might not make a lot of sense to a lot of people, but I feel like I’ll know when they ask. If I get a pit in my stomach and feel like I’m going to throw up, I’ll say no. And if I don’t, I’ll ask how much they want to pay me. I don’t have everything nailed down like Fassbender!” X-Men: Apocalypse hits theaters on May 27th 2016. John, buy or sell that Lawrence will return as Mystique after X-Men: Apocalypse?
With the departure of J.J. Abrams from the Star Trek franchise, many have speculated about who would take over for Michael Giacchino in composing the score for the new film Star Trek Beyond which is scheduled to hit theatres next July. Well, in a recent tweet Giacchino has revealed that he is actually coming back to score the new film himself. He said the following: “So thrilled to be working with Justin Lin and the rest of the Enterprise crew on Star Trek Beyond! Let’s boldly go!” Schnepp, buy or sell Michael Giacchino returning for the new Star Trek?
Brian Sosin writes: I’ve been watching since well before the MOS review. Jane Got A Gun allegedly opens September 4th(it’s fifth release date after horrible production issues). Black Mass opens two weeks later and we’ve seen two trailers from that. Is relativity just gonna dump this in theaters or is it gonna get moved again? VOD maybe?
Derrick F. Walker Jr. writes: Afternoon guys and gals, I was wondering are you guys aware of any new Nolan projects in the works?
Chris D’Onofrio writes: So apparently, Warner Bros and Fox are threatening to stop showing footage at Comic Con because of the Suicide Squad and Deadpool leaks. Why? We were given Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Batman vs Superman footage and those were easily the most anticipated. More important trailers have been leaked in the past, with less harsh threats from studios, at a time when they weren’t releasing anything from SDCC online! Why such a hostile response now?