Movie Talk: ‘Indiana Jones 5’ Announced; Downey Jr. Unlikely for ‘Iron Man 4’

     March 15, 2016


On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (March 15th, 2016) Mark Ellis, Jon Schnepp, and Kristian Harloff discuss the following:

  • Seth Rogen’s animated Sausage Party get’s an R-rated trailer
  • Straight Outta Compton’s Jason Mitchell joins Young Barack Obama movie 
  • Opening this Week (Brought to you by AMC theatres)
  • Mail Bag


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Indiana Jones will return to the big screen on July 19, 2019, for a fifth epic adventure in the blockbuster series. Steven Spielberg, who directed all four previous films, will helm the as-yet-untitled project with star Harrison Ford reprising his iconic role. Franchise veterans Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall will produce.

Back in 2013 Robert Downey Jr. was reported saying that he would hang up the armor from Iron Man once he turned 50, then turned right around and signed on for Captain America: Civil War and both parts of Avengers: Infinity War. But what the fans really wanted to know was if he would return for an Iron Man 4. Speaking with USA Today about Civil War, the topic of Iron Man 4 came up with Downey Jr. saying it doesn’t look like it’s in the cards with Captain America: Civil War as his “little Iron Man 4” and everyone waiting for the thunder when Avengers: Infinity War comes along.

Deadline is reporting that the advance ticket sales for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice are currently outpacing The Avengers, Furious 7, and Deadpool which has sold as many as $25 million worth of tickets, a similar figure close to The Dark Knight Rises – which opened with over $160 million in 2012. Deadline also estimates that it will debut with at least $140 million domestic and upwards of $340 million globally, with the trade cautioning that those numbers are very early numbers which will likely change drastically over the next few weeks.


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Sony released the first, red band trailer for Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s R-rated animated comedy, Sausage Party, with a work print also debuting at this year’s SXSW. In the Disney/Pixar send-up Sausage Party follows a group of hot dogs coming to understand the truth about where they eventually end up when they go from the market to a human’s home. Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg wrote and directed the movie, enlisting the talent of Oscar-winning, Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast composer Alan Menken for the original music, with the voices of Rogen, Jonah Hill, James Franco, Kristen Wiig, Edward Norton and Paul Rudd along for the ride. It will come to theatres August 12th.


Variety is reporting that Straight Outta Compton’s Jason Mitchell and Boyhood star Ellar Coltrane have both joined the upcoming Barack Obama film Barry. The movie will begin shooting later this month and will cover Obama’s early, college days in New York City. Vikram Gandhi is directing from a script by best selling author Adam Mansbach.

Director of 10 Cloverfield Lane Dan Trachtenberg sat down with /Film recently to discuss his directing duties on the Cloverfield sequel when talk led to his work on the Y the Last Man adaptation with creator Brian K. Vaughan for New Line Cinema. Trachtenberg revealed that he and Vaughan worked extensively on a script but could never crack the story. The rights soon dried up and now, Vaughan has the property back in his possession and is looking to turn Y the Last Man into a television series.

everybody-wants-someRichard Linklater’s spiritual sequel to Dazed and Confused, Everybody Wants Some, premiered this past weekend at SXSW Film Festival with a red band trailer dropping yesterday. While Dazed and Confused took place in the 70’s, Everybody Wants Some takes its setting in the early 80’s, following a group of college baseball players navigating their way through the freedoms and responsibilities of unsupervised adulthood. The film stars Will Brittain, Zoey Deutch, Ryan Anthony Guzman, Tyler Hoechlin, Blake Jenner, Glen Powell, and Wyatt Russell, and will open in theatres on April 15th.

OPENING THIS WEEK – Brought to you by AMC theatres

Miracles from Heaven (opening Wednesday March 16th) Anna Beam played by Kylie Rogers, lives with a rare, incurable disorder that leaves her unable to digest food. Despite the dire diagnosis, devoted mom Christy played by Jennifer Garner relentlessly searches for a way to save her beloved daughter. Everything changes in an instant when Anna tells an amazing story of a visit to heaven after surviving a headlong tumble into a tree. Her family and doctors become even more baffled when the young girl begins to show signs of recovering from her fatal condition. 

Midnight Special (opening Friday March 18th) In this cryptic sci-fi adventure from writer/director Jeff Nichols, Roy played by Michael Shannon rescues his son Alton played by Jaeden Lieberher from a religious cult in Texas, whose members worship the boy for his supernatural powers. Along with a state trooper played by Joel Edgerton, the pair go on a cross-country journey as they are hunted by federal agents, who believe Alton might be a threat to national security. Kirsten Dunst, Adam Driver, and Sam Shepard co-star.


Garry writes:

I heard that Mr. Schnepp had a two-week fear of the water after seeing the original Jaws film as a kid, but can you all name a film that gives you nightmares or at least used to.  For me I remember when I saw Aliens as a kid I couldn’t go to sleep with the light off for ages after fearing an Alien lurked in the room and yet I LOVE that film.  Are there movies from when you were younger that kept you up at nights, or maybe there are some more recent ones that gave you restless sleep?

Zack Fienemann writes:

Hey guys! Love the show its the best part of my day at work! I have an important question that could affect Batman v Superman. Now that the ultimate Schmoedown is back and opening the same day as Batman v Superman, do you think that the main event of John V Dan is going to impact opening day numbers for Batman v Superman??




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