Movie Talk: Final ‘Rogue One’ Trailer Coming in October; Justin Lin Set for ‘Hot Wheels’ Movie

     September 29, 2016

On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (September 29th, 2016) John Campea, Mark Ellis, Jon Schnepp, Jeremy Jahns and Ashley Mova discuss the following:

  • Justin Lin will direct film adaptation of Hot Wheels
  • Final trailer for Rogue One to be released in October
  • Opening this week
  • Blue Sky Animation adapting Princess and the Frog for Frogkisser
  • Max Steel loses kid friendly rating appeal, slapped with PG-13 rating
  • Mail Bag

jack-reacher-never-go-back-imax-posterParamount Pictures and Skydance Media have released a new IMAX trailer for Jack Reacher: Never Go Back. When Major Susan Turner, played by Cobie Smulders, is arrested for treason, Tom Cruise’s Jack Reacher must break her out of prison in order to uncover the truth behind a major government conspiracy that will clear their names and save their lives. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back hits theaters on October 21, 2016.

According to THR, Star Trek Beyond and Fast & Furious director Justin Lin has closed a deal to develop, direct and produce a feature based on the popular Mattel toys, Hot Wheels. Lin will team with Legendary Pictures now to search for a new writer to take on the script, with THR saying the project is still in the early stages of development. A release date has not been set.

In a new report from Star Wars News Net, Disney reportedly plans to unveil the final Rogue One trailer in October, two months before the film hits theaters. The site details that during a presentation at the Kino Expo International, a marketing director of Disney’s Russian subdivision revealed that the Rogue One final trailer would be attached to Doctor Strange, which opens October 28th in Russia. Most outlets now claim the trailer will hit online soon after.


Deepwater Horizon – Based on the true events that occurred on an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico on April 20, 2010, the story chronicles the courage of those who worked on the Deepwater Horizon and the extreme moments of bravery and survival in the face of what would become one of the biggest man-made disasters in world history.

Masterminds – David Ghantt (Zach Galifianakis) is stuck in the monotony of driving an armored truck day in and day out, so when his work crush lures him into the heist of a lifetime, David’s all in. Despite a pack of harebrained bandits and an absurdly flawed plan, David manages to steal $17 million, and promptly hands it over to the gang — who just as promptly double-cross him. Forced to go on the lam, David must dodge the authorities and a hit man, and try to turn the tables on his untrustworthy comrades.


black-panther-logoVariety reports that Person of Interest actor Winston Duke has landed the key role of the villain M’Baku, aka Man-Ape, in Marvel’s upcoming Black Panther movie starring Chadwick Boseman. The film is directed by Creed helmer Ryan Coogler and also stars Michael B. Jordan and Lupita Nyong’o. A release date is set for February 16, 2018.

Filming of Spider-Man: Homecoming has moved from Atlanta, Georgia to Peter Parker’s hometown of Queens, New York and now, a new rumor claims the film might feature yet another previously unreported villain — Nightwatch. According to Bleeding Cool, Sony employees have begun buying up any and all comic books that feature Nightwatch which, in the past, and as the cite notes, has usually indicated that a character is planned for an upcoming movie. Marvel has not confirmed the character so this is just a rumor as of now. Spider-Man Homecoming is set to hit theatres on July 7th, 2017.

According to a report from THR, Blue Sky Animation, the company behind the Ice Age franchise and the most recent The Peanuts adaptation, will produce a musical adaptation of Garth Nix’s upcoming book Frogkisser, a new take on the Princess and the Frog fairy tale. The film is reported to be a hybrid of live-action and animation, which will follow Princess Anya, who has the “unfortunate ability to break curses with a magic-assisted kiss.” No release date has been set.


Image via Open Road Films

According to THR, Open Road Films and the filmmakers behind Max Steel have lost their bid for a kid-friendly PG rating, with the movie going out with a PG-13 rating when it opens in theaters October 14. The Classification and Ratings Administration upheld the PG-13 rating after a hearing Wednesday in Los Angeles for “some sci-fi action violence.”


Phil writes:

Hey guys!

Love your shiz and hope your day is going smooth.

So now we know that Nick Fury is coming back for Infinity War, and that’s awesome, but what if they mirror Coulsen’s sacrifice in the first Avengers, kill him off, and that’s what brings the Avengers together again to fight Thanos? It would be oddly poetic and could lead in to other organizations arising, a passing of old Avengers trust issues to new heroes with eagerness to help, and definitively end a decade of Marvel cinematic adventures. I remember Mark Ellis even saying that in this day and age, no one would actually trust SHIELD anymore, and that’s what Fury is famous for.

King of Wakanda writes:

Hey Collider, how’s it going?! I’m a big fan, I love your shows and I look forward to them every week!

Last week when John Campea said that he’d defecate himself if he saw Luke v Knights of Ren, it got me thinking… There are have been some movie scenes that I’ve seen that have made me (figuratively) poop my pants, but it wasn’t out of excitement. Since I don’t watch scary movies (my kryptonite), I don’t get scared too much when watching movies, but there have been some non-horror movie scenes that have had me want to relive myself right on my couch.  My question is: What are some non-horror movie scenes that scared the living daylights out of you? Thanks for taking my question, hope you all have and amazing week!!



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