Tom Cruise is set to produce and star in a fifth installment in the Mission: Impossible franchise. There’s no script or director at this time, but rumor has it that Jack Reacher director Christopher McQuarrie is a likely candidate. Jack Reacher was well done and that direction would definitely be well suited in the M:I universe. As a fan of Tom Cruise and the M:I franchise, I’m all sorts of excited about this news.
With Star Trek Into Darkness released in a matter of days, writer Damon Lindelof has been speaking to HeyUGuys about the third installment in the new Star Trek franchise.
When asked about whether they were already thinking of a third film whilst working on the second, Lindelof said, “I think that is a reasonable conclusion. You should always know where you’ve been, you should always know where you are, but more importantly, and I learned this from ‘Lost,’ you should know where you’re going.”
With recent footage revealing that we’ll briefly see some Klingons in J.J. Abrams’ second Star Trek film, Lindelof was asked on the chances of seeing the alien race turn up as the villains in a third film. Lindelof eluded, “You can never see enough Klingons. I think in Stark Trek Into Darkness we’ve given the audience a little taste, but there’s also a promise that there’s…
A potential fourth installment in Marvel’s Iron Man franchise has been seeming unlikely in recent weeks. Firstly, Robert Downey Jr.’s Marvel contract has expired, with the actor himself suggesting he may walk away from the role and from acting in general. To follow-up on this, Gwyneth Paltrow then went on the record to say that she cannot see an Iron Man 4 coming to fruition.
The logical viewpoint says that Downey Jr. knows the leverage he has with Marvel now. He’s effectively got the studio by the balls as he is Tony Stark at this point. The characterisation of Tony Stark that we’ve become familiar with over the last few years is more Downey Jr. than it is Stark. Reports suggest that Downey Jr. cost Marvel $50 million for The Avengers, will a similar fee likely paid for Iron Man 3. With a cost that high, Marvel may…
These six outstanding posters were created by Matt Ferguson. As Star Trek: Into Darkness is only 9 days off now, here’s a gorgeous look back at the original crew’s adventures onscreen.
Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
David Honnorat has created this amazingly detailed (so detailed I hope you can see it on the site) subway map styled intertwining diagram of genres and pivot points and how the best films of all-time really have all been on a pathway to each other. Monday mind blower! Go get some coffee and then stare some more.