Top 5 News: 01-06-16

1: Thor: Ragnarok

JoBlo shed some light on Thor Ragnarok’s Plot, Thor journeys to find a weapon that can stop Ragnarok, aslo that Thor will be sporting a shaved head by the end of the movie and the movie will indeed contain aspects of Planet Hulk.

Ragnarok is set to be released on November 3rd 2017

 

2: The ROCK is DOC.

Dwayne The Rock Johnson confirmed on his Facebook profile that he has been casted to play Clark Doc Savage, The Rock says why he thinks Doc Savage is an important character.

“Doc was physically and mentally trained from birth by his father and a team of scientists to become the perfect human specimen with a genius level intellect. His heightened senses are beyond comprehension. He can even identify a women’s perfume from half a mile away. He is literally the master of everything. But here’s the #1 reason I’m excited to become Doc Savage.. HE’S A F*CKING HILARIOUS WEIRDO!”

 

3: Previously Planned MAN OF STEEL Sequels

In an interview to promote The Nice Guys, Russell Crowe confirmed that the plan was to release a MAN of Steel trilogy before BvS was rushed in production.
There are no official talks about another Superman movie being in production.

 

4: Justice League.

At the London MCM Comic Con, Eisenburg was asked if he will be returning for the Justice League film. Eisenburg answers by saying,

“They just started filming Justice League so I’m kind of waiting for my crack at it… I think so, and I love it and I love everybody, it’s a really talented group of people obviously, so I certainly hope to be in it.”

Jeremy Irons, who is set to play Alfred, in Event Magazine spoke on the reaction to BvS.

“I mean it took £800 million, so the kicking didn’t matter, but it was sort of overstuffed… It was very muddled. I think the next one will be simpler. The script is certainly a lot smaller, it’s more linear.”

Justice League is set to be released in theaters on November 10, 2017.

 

5: Mary Poppins 2

Walt Disney Pictures has now officially confirmed that Mary Poppins 2 is a greenlit and will be named Mary Poppins Returns, starring Emily Blunt.
Disney has scheduled a release date of December 2018.

Top 5 News: 25-05-16

1. Thor: Ragnarok
In an interview with E! Online, Bruce Banner actor, Mark Ruffalo, gave some insight in what is to be expected in the upcoming third installation of Thor.
Ruffalo said we can expect that when the Hulk Hulks out we’ll be getting a bigger, more hulk-ier hulk.
Thor: Ragnarok is set to be released on November 3rd 2017

2. Solo Batman Movie
In recent events DC comic’s Chief Creative Officer, Geoff Johns has been assigned to be co-supervisor on the DC movie Universe. Johns is known to be in developments of a few CW shows, being co-creator of the CW show The Flash, as well as writing a few episodes himself.
Recently Johns confirmed that his working alongside, Batman star, Ben Affleck, for the upcoming solo Batman movie.
Currently there are no release dates for the highly anticipated solo Batman movie.

3. Cable Campaign
Actor Ron Perlman better known for his portrayal as Hellboy, started a campaign on the social network’s Facebook and Instagram, to put himself in the running to play Cable in the upcoming Deadpool 2. Making comparisons by uploading images of himself alongside the comic book character Cable.

4. Three new Marvel Netflix shows in the works.
Rumour has it, from MovieCreedLive, that according to their sources, Marvel and Netflix are working on adapting three more characters (Ghost Rider, Blade, and Moonlight) to have their own solo Netflix show.
We all familiar with GhostRider and Blade as previously played by Nick Cage and Wesley Snipes. As for Moonlight, his basically marvels version of Batman, a billionaire with no superpowers, but uses weapons and gadgets to fight crime.

5. CBS Supergirl
CBS has recently moved the Supergirl to CW network, CBS president Glenn Gellar addressed the decision saying that it was all about putting Supergirl where she is better suited. “I think it found the right home. It’s a win-win for us. We co-own the CW and we made a great deal with Warner Bros.,” he also mentioned that: “The ratings did start a little higher and they came down a bit.”
Lets see how Supergirl plays out on CW.