The Wrap reports Reynolds has departed the project.
Spider-Man franchise into a fourth film, but that idea was canned and it instead became Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man reboot. Always planned as a trilogy, Webb is currently at work on the sequel which hits theaters in a year. But in what can only be a sign of confidence, Sony has set release dates not only for a third film, but for a fourth. We'll see if it ever reaches that far.
Under the Same Moon) is directing, with Antonio Banderas, Martin Sheen, and Rodrigo Santoro already on board. The latest addition is the biggest star yet, as THR reports Jennifer Lopez has signed on.
Tony Micelli my how you've changed! In this first clip from the upcoming Don Jon, a film about a young man (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) who lives a hyper shallow existence and sets out to find something more gratifying, we get a look at the father/son dynamic between Jon and Jon Sr. (Danza). I have to imagine this was, at least partly, inspired by one of the Jersey Shore fist pumper's early days...except for the redemption part, that's totally fiction.
So Man of Steel came out and made a gang of money this weekend. Like a hundred and twenty-five million or still, this movie has seemed to become the most divisive movie of the year so far. With its certified rotten critic score on Rotten Tomatoes and with a lot of super vocal fans on social media loving it or hating it and arguing back and forth the division is clear. See, I was asked to write this piece because I hate Man of Steel. Now, to preface I've been vocal to many people that I’m pretty much done with the superhero movie, 2012 burnt me out on the genre. Like, real talk, after Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises what else is there to say now? Well, for me, at a minimum all the 3D spectacle and bombast has become played out. I want a bit more, something else to explore. So the following are my reasons for not liking Man of Steel, from a personal point of view.
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones from hitting theaters at the tail end of the season, although it has considerably less momentum behind it than Beautiful Creatures or The Host, both of which turned out to be box office disasters. So what does 'Instruments' have to offer that those don't? The latest trailer doesn't do such a good job at answering that question.