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  1. It was originally an Interlude on her “Where Do We Go?" tour.
  2. The Snyder Cut is coming. After many years, even more petitions, a hashtag that wouldn’t quit, and the support of the entire cast of the film, Zack Snyder’s original vision for Justice League will be hitting HBO MAX in 2021, with the fitting title: Zack Snyder’s Justice League. It’s a vindication of sorts for the director, who had to bow out of the project during filming because of a family tragedy. Warner Bros. brought in Joss Whedon to replace him, and the finished product seemed to leave nobody happy. The #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement was born, and eventually…HBO listened. “It will be an entirely new thing, and, especially talking to those who have seen the released movie, a new experience apart from that movie. You probably saw one-fourth of what I did,” Snyder told The Hollywood Reporter. The piece that broke the news also reported that the film might actually end up being split into a limited series and Warner Bros had allotted $20-30 million for the project. So, with all of that in mind, then what can you expect to see in Zack Snyder’s Justice League? The “Really Scary” Version The biggest thing that fans are expecting here is a change in tone. Whedon was credited with adding a sense of humor to the rewrites that probably wasn’t originally there (though none of us have read either script so it’s impossible to say if that’s true). Snyder has spoken to the fact that the original version was “really scary” which concept art by Victor Martinez backs up. It looks like one of the major horror-influenced moments that was cut was the reveal that the parademons were actually humans who had been transformed in cocoons. We always welcome more body horror in our superhero films so if this is the angle HBO and Snyder go for we’d be okay with it. Black Suit Superman The climax of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice featured the death of Krypton’s most famous son at the hands of Doomsday. It was a poignant moment for fans even if you weren’t a fan of the divisive movie because it was taken almost directly from the incredible Death of Superman arc. That classic comics event changed the face of the industry and sequential storytelling forever, and the fact that Clark was killed by Doomsday here made many viewers think that we might have been getting an arc inspired by that event. It turns out at least one other thing from Death of Superman was meant to appear in Justice League: the black Superman suit. Since the release, Snyder has posted images of the iconic suit and it was momentarily featured in a deleted scene on the home video release. We know that WB is giving Snyder a truckload of money to finish his new version of the movie, so it wouldn’t be surprising if this beloved suit makes an appearance. Sadly, no word on whether Steel, Superboy, Metallo, or the Eradicator were ever meant to show up, though. We can dream. As a postscript we should probably mention THE SUPER ‘STACHE. One of the biggest complaints about Justice League was that the reshoots included some very bad CGI to erase Henry Cavill’s Mission Impossible facial hair. So, as much as we would love to see Superman with the ‘stache intact, it’s far more likely that the new version will include some of the other Superman stuff from pre-reshoots. That would probably include a black suited Superman and the Anti-Life version who will be reigning over Apokolips earth. Iris West Kiersey Clemons is one of the best actresses of her generation. If you don’t believe us check out her eclectic work in brilliant films like Heart Beats Out Loud and Sweetheart. The indie darling made waves when she was cast as Iris West in Justice League, but sadly her scenes never made the cut. Hopefully that will be rectified in any new version of the film as honestly this was the most exciting casting in the whole movie. There is still hope that we might see Clemons in Andy Muschietti’s Flashmovie… if that ever actually happens. Martian Manhunter On his Vero account, Snyder confirmed a fan favorite theory: Harry Lennix’s General Swanwick who appeared in Man of Steel, Batman v Superman, and Justice League was originally meant to be revealed as none other than J’onn J’onzz, the Martian Manhunter. This is likely going to be a part of HBO Max’s Justice League project as Snyder has stated he managed to film everything around the reveal except for Lennix revealing himself as the alien, meaning that it wouldn’t take much to finish the sequences. Knightmare & the Death of Lois Lane During a Q&A for Batman v Supermanon Vero, Snyder spoke to the fact that much of his plans for Justice Leaguewere sidelined by the response to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. “The original Justice League that Chris [Terrio] and I wrote, we didn’t even shoot,” Snyder said. “There’s a lot of it that we shot [but] the actual idea, the hard, hard idea, the scary idea, we never filmed because the studio was like, ‘That’s crazy.’ And we were so insecure at the time after [Batman v Superman] came out, we were just like, ‘I guess it is crazy. We’re f—in’ nuts. There’s gonna be mass hysteria in the streets if we film this.'” The “crazy” stuff they reference there centers around the strangely out of place dream sequence that Batman has during Batman v Superman. It’s a sepia-toned Mad Max-style post-apocalyptic nightmare where Superman runs the world as a fascist god. According to Snyder, the original script for Justice League spent a lot of time explaining how that world came to be. Fans of the Injustice games and comics series had probably already put this all together, but basically after the death of Lois Lane–hinted at in BvS when Barry Allen uses the cosmic treadmill to warn Bruce about how she is “the key”–Superman succumbs to the Anti-Life equation, losing all his free will, and becoming EVIL! The Anti-Life equation was created by Jack Kirby as part of his sprawling Fourth World saga. It’s a mathematical formula that can be used to control any sentient life form including, in this case, Superman. Snyder’s Justice Leagueapparently would have then seen Batman working alongside a damaged Cyborg (Yay more Ray Fisher!!) to try and send Barry Allen back into the past to stop the events. The wildest part is apparently the time travel shenanigans would have actually been what killed Lois in the first place as Darkseid would have used the scheme to go back in time and kill her in the Batcave? Sounds like a paradox to us. Either way, this seems like a key part of the narrative that will likely play a part in whatever Snyder’s new Justice League eventually looks like. From a comic fan perspective it does make a lot of sense that Terrio and Snyder would utilize the Anti-Life equation, as the Fourth World was also the home to their original villain for the Justice League, Darkseid. Speaking of Darkseid… Darkseid / Uxas Speaking of that big blue boy, he is another of the biggest changes that was made from Snyder and Terrio’s original script. In the final version of Justice League that hit screens in 2017, a lesser known DC villain called Steppenwolf was the film’s big bad working at the behest of Darkseid. The plan was for Steppenwolf to have been killed by Wonder Woman in Snyder’s version of the film (so we may see that in the new project too). That, however, was not the original plan; in fact, according to Snyder, Darkseid was meant to be the original big bad. He even knew the actor that he wanted to play him: Ray Porter. This wouldn’t have been the ageless god, though, it would have been a younger iteration of the character known as Uxas, going by the name he was given by his parents who were the royal family of Apokolips. But which version of Uxas/Darkseid is the big question here, though. The original incarnation is the second son of the royal family of Apokolips who murders his older brother to take the ultimate cosmic power. The New 52 version was a farmer who killed the gods his world worshiped and created Apokolips himself. Snyder is a big fan of Ayn Rand who created the Objectivism movement, which among many other things pushes the idea that “a man as a heroic being, with his own happiness as the moral purpose of his life, with productive achievement as his noblest activity.” The more Randian of the two is definitely the second iteration, so we’re betting that would have been the version we saw in Justice League… or that we might still see in the upcoming project. New Genesis/Apokolips Justice League was originally meant to be a story told over two parts, with Warner Bros. initially announcing release dates for both Justice League Part One and Justice League Part Two. That partially explains the movie’s ending, which hints at Earth becoming New Genesis. What is New Genesis, you ask? Well, this once again ties back to the “Knightmare” sequence in BvS. That world which we were meant to revisit in Justice League featured a huge omega symbol carved in the ground that comics fans instantly recognized as the symbol for Apokolips. Though this hinted at the arrival of Darkseid, it was never really explained; but it seems that Darkseid had terraformed our planet to make it more like his home world. So what does that have to do with the end of Justice League? In the lore of the Fourth World, New Genesis is a utopian planet that resides near the Orion constellation. It’s basically the dreamscape to Apokolips’ nightmare world. The end of Justice League hints that with Steppenwolf defeated Earth has begun to be terraformed into New Genesis. It was an interesting take that seems to hint that the “Knightmare” future where Earth becomes Apokolips has been changed. Whether or not we’ll see either of these planets or Earth become either of them in the new version of Justice League is unclear, but if Terrio and Snyder’s script is the basis for this then we’ll likely see the Knightmare Earth/Apokolips mashup come true at least for a while. https://www.denofgeek.com/movies/justice-league-zack-snyder-cut-story/
  3. Don't know how many of these are on Disney+ (do they have basically everything?) but I assume some are so consider these recommendations I'm only including movies actually released under the Disney label so no Touchstone or Hollywood Pictures here, but I assume others won't be such sticklers. Live Action The Black Hole Dragonslayer Return to Oz The Rocketeer Animation The Sword in the Stone Atlantis: The Lost Empire
  4. We love to see it. Hopefully it will be about the Old Republic
  5. Obviously, they couldn't put everything they and Fox had from the beginning, and they'll probably roll some of these out later (albeit if lamely edited a la Splash...), but for now, what sticks out as missing to you? Dragonslayer The Watcher in the Woods Something Wicked This Way Comes Condorman Doubt anyone's really clamouring for it to happen but they also might as well put on those Ewok movies
  6. Four years after South Korea’s total decimation in TRAIN TO BUSAN, the zombie thriller that captivated audiences worldwide, acclaimed director Yeon Sang-ho brings us PENINSULA, the next nail-biting chapter in his post-apocalyptic world. Jung-seok, a soldier who previously escaped the diseased wasteland, relives the horror when assigned to a covert operation with two simple objectives: retrieve and survive. When his team unexpectedly stumbles upon survivors, their lives will depend on whether the best—or worst—of human nature prevails in the direst of circumstances.
  7. March 17th. I'm guessing you know the reason why. https://variety.com/2020/film/news/disney-plus-frozen-2-streaming-early-coronavirus-1203534308/
  8. Clueless is heading back to theaters in celebration of its 25th anniversary! The Amy Heckerling-directed classic — starring Alicia Silverstone as Cher, a rich Los Angeles teen who takes a plain-Jane newbie (Brittany Murphy) under her wing while navigating personal romantic woes of her own — will play on select screens across the country for three days only this spring. Fathom Events and Paramount Pictures will show the film on May 3, May 4, and May 6 at approximately 700 North American theaters, with a special pre-show presentation dissecting the film's memorable slang. Tickets are available here.
  9. So I've been trying to watch everything Muppets that I can, and whilst outside of complete series of The Muppet Show I'm mostly done that quest and this is more in the "maybe" pile with Muppets Wizard of Oz, I have to say I am surprised that it appears near impossible to watch this It's not on DVD or Blu-ray, it's not on any streaming service, it isn't even on YouTube! If anything, this elusiveness makes me more curious about it So did anyone here watch this, or do you know how to do that in 2020?
  10. New Republic Pictures has won an auction for Peter Hoare’s pitch Family Jewels, a multigenerational family comedy that returns Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler and Diane Keaton back on the big screen together for the first time since the 1996 blockbuster The First Wives Club. In Family Jewels, Hawn, Midler and Keaton’s characters are forced to spend the Christmas holidays together, along with their kids and grandkids, after the man they were all once married to drops dead in a New York City department store. New Republic is eyeing a production start this year. Hoare will also write the screenplay. Last May, one of the biggest deals to come out of the Cannes Film Festival was the sale of Hoare’s original spec Down Under Cover to Paramount with Chris Hemsworth and Tiffany Haddish attached to star. His new dramaedy starring Billy Crystal and Ben Schwartz, Standing Up, Falling Down, opens tomorrow. New Republic principals Brian Oliver and Bradley Fischer will produce, along with Alan Nevins. Tracey Nyberg will executive produce. Fischer and Nevins packaged the project with the three leads and, together with Nyberg, who brought in Hoare. “The chemistry of Diane, Bette and Goldie is unmatched and irresistible, and I’m thrilled to help reunite them on screen for generations of fans,” says Fischer. https://deadline.com/2020/02/goldie-hawn-bette-midler-diane-keaton-first-wives-club-reunion-family-jewels-new-republic-1202864687/
  11. https://zenkimchi.com/featured/cultural-details-you-missed-in-parasite/
  12. Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer said Thursday during the company’s third-quarter earnings call that a sequel to Knives Out is officially a go, hinting that a production start for a follow-up to the money-making and critically acclaimed Rian Johnson whodunit is imminent. The news comes as the film starring Daniel Craig, which earned Johnson his first Oscar nomination for his Original Screenplay, is nearing the $300 million mark at the worldwide box office. It was one of three films to come out during Lionsgate’s fiscal Q3 along with Midway and Bombshell. As a result, film revenue rose 30% in the quarter, the company said. Johnson has been openly hinting he was keen to do a sequel to Knives Out, his contemporary spin on an Agatha Christie-esque murder mystery with Craig’s private investigator Benoit Blanc at the center of the tale. Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Jamie Lee Curtis and Michael Shannon led the strong ensemble cast. The pic was a critical hit from its late November release, and was nominated for three Golden Globes including Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. Johnson also racked up nominations for Best Original Screenplay at the BAFTAs, the Critics’ Choice Awards and the WGA Awards. “I had such a good time making it, such a great time working with Daniel, and now just seeing that audiences are responding to it, the idea of continuing it on seems like it would just be a blast,” the director told Deadline on Oscar nomination day. “But there’s a lot that has to happen before that can happen, first and foremost being writing a script. So, we’ll see.” Feltheimer said on today’s earnings call that John Wick 4 is also gearing up for production as the CEO touted the company’s ability to craft franchises from its IP. https://deadline.com/2020/02/knives-out-sequel-official-rian-johnson-1202853566/
  13. It looks like Gretchen Wieners is out to make fetch happen all over again because Mean Girls: The Musical is being turned into a movie. According to Entertainment Weekly, the news comes as the producers of Broadway's Mean Girls finalize the decision to schedule its final showing in London's West End in late Spring of 2021. Just like the original film, the upcoming Mean Girls adaptation — to be made under Paramount Pictures — will be produced by Tina Fey and Lorne Michaels. Fey, who wrote the book for the Broadway show, will also write the script for the film, which will feature music by Jeff Richmond and lyrics by Nell Benjamin. "I'm very excited to bring Mean Girls back to the big screen," Fey said of the film, which recently celebrated its 15th anniversary. "It's been incredibly gratifying to see how much the movie and the musical have meant to audiences. I've spent 16 years with these characters now. They are my Marvel Universe, and I love them dearly." This is a modal window. No compatible source was found for this media. The musical largely follows the same plotline as the 2004 film of the same name, but there's no telling how closely the second movie adaptation will stick to the original script. As much as we all love Cady Heron's wild journey from the African Sahara to the suburbs of Illinois and the way she scrapes her way to the top of Northshore High's social hierarchy, we're excited to see what totally grool changes Fey makes to the script (hopefully even more hilarious pranks à la foot cream to the face). https://www.popsugar.com/entertainment/mean-girls-musical-movie-details-47139581
  14. PARASITE becomes the first foreign language film in the history of the #SAGAwards to win Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture.
  15. Discuss The Hunger Games series here!
  16. I want to try and watch as many Disney movies in time period order as I can. From what I gather, I've figured out a small losely tied handful The Lion King - begining of time Hercules - begining of ancient civilization Sleeping beauty - 14th century England? Beauty and the beast/hunchback of Notre Dame - 18th century France Aladdin Tangled - somewhere in Germany? Cinderella - s/w in England or Germany? Peter pan The little mermaid Tarzan Frozen - Norway Pocahontas - 1700s US colonization The jungle book - 19th century India The rescuers Bambi Princess and the frog - 1920s new orleans
  17. The next James Bond may not be white — but definitely won’t be female. “He can be of any color, but he is male,” franchise boss Barbara Broccoli recently told Variety, ruling out long-running rumors that a “Jane Bond” could replace Daniel Craig after his final star turn as 007. Broccoli and her half-brother, Michael Wilson, made it clear they are not limiting themselves to just looking for a white British actor, as have portrayed the world’s most famous spy until now. That would keep the door open for Idris Elba, long favored as Craig’s replacement. “You think of him as being from Britain or the Commonwealth, but Britain is a very diverse place,” Wilson told Variety during a sit-down last month. Saying they are “custodians of this character” who “take that responsibility seriously,” Broccoli insisted she would love to see a strong, female spy — just not as James Bond. “I believe we should be creating new characters for women — strong female characters,” she told the mag. “I’m not particularly interested in taking a male character and having a woman play it. I think women are far more interesting than that.” Craig, who in 2015 said he would rather “slash my wrists” than return as the special agent, told the mag he came back “excited again” to film his final time as Bond thanks to “a nice long break.” Broccoli said she is now “in total denial” that Craig will quit after the franchise’s upcoming 25th movie, “No Time to Die.” “I’ve accepted what Daniel has said, but I’m still in denial. It’s too traumatic for me,” she told Variety. “No Time to Die” director Cary Joji Fukunaga reckons replacing the 51-year-old star will be challenging, no matter how widely they search. “We talked at length about who the next Bond could be … and concluded it may take years to find someone else as compelling,” Fukunaga told Variety. https://nypost.com/2020/01/15/next-james-bond-may-not-be-white-but-he-definitely-wont-be-a-woman/
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