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  • Official San Diego Comic-Con Trailer | Westworld | Season 3 (2020)


    • RIP Rutger.

      He has another movie coming; it may be worth a watch:

      More than a couple of years ago, action icons Jackie Chan and Arnold Schwarzenegger made headlines when it was announced that they would be starring in a movie together. However, despite wrapping production back in 2017, the joint venture has yet to see the light of day. Fortunately, that's about to change.

      According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Mystery of the Dragon Seal: Journey to China is finally about to see the light of day in China and Russia, the two countries where the film was produced. The movie, which is actually a sequel to the 2014 Russian film Forbidden Empire, will be released simultaneously in Russia and China on August 16th. There hasn't been word yet as to whether it will be released theatrically in the United States or any other global markets.

      The movie was directed by Russian filmmaker Oleg Stepchenko, who also directed Forbidden Empire. After long shoots in Russia, China, and the U.K., production wrapped in February 2017. It's been on hold for the past two years, reportedly due to disputes between the joint producers.

      Forbidden Empire told the story of a British explorer in the 18th century, played by Jason Flemyng, who traveled east to find dark mysteries in the villages and forests of Ukraine. Journey to China will continue the explorer's story, adding the talents of Chan and Schwarzenegger.

      In the new film, the explorer is ordered by Peter the Great to map out the area east of Russia. On his journey he encounters a master wizard (Chan) and an "imposing" sea captain (Schwarzenegger).

      "Once again he sets out for a long journey full of incredible adventures that will eventually lead him to China. The cartographer will face many breathtaking discoveries, encounter bizarre creatures, meet with Chinese princesses, and confront deadly martial-arts masters and the Dragon King."

      The film also stars Charles Dance, Rutger Hauer, Anna Yao, and the Luu Brothers. It was previously known as Viy 2: Journey to China and Journey to China: The Mystery of the Iron Mask.


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                • AMERICAN GODS Adds Marilyn Manson for Season 3

                  American Gods is gearing up for season three, and according to Deadline, they’ve added a major musical icon to the cast. It seems rocker Marilyn Manson is joining the series as Johan Wengren, the lead singer of the “Viking death metal band” known as Blood Death. It appears that Wengren and Blood Death are going to be a source of power for Mr. Wednesday/Odin (Ian McShane) in his war with the so-called New Gods of the modern world. But fans of Neil Gaiman’s original novel shouldn’t go pouring over its pages looking for a reference to Manson’s character—he’s an entirely new creation for the series.

                  Marilyn Manson is no stranger to acting, even going back to his ’90s MTV heyday. He first appeared in a “blink and ya miss it” role in David Lynch’s Lost Highway, a movie for which he contributed music to. Not a bad way to start one’s acting career though. He has since appeared in several movies and television series, most recently having played a part in Sons of Anarchy. Of course, having Manson play the lead singer of a death metal band is maybe the height of typecasting, but you’re probably not going to cast Marilyn Manson as a local preschool teacher.

                  American Gods has had a lot of behind-the-scenes turmoil since first airing in 2017. Original developed by Bryan Fuller and Michael Green for the Starz network, both creators left the show due to creative differences at the end of season one. Jesse Alexander then took over as showrunner for the second season, but has also departed the show. For season three, Charles “Chic” Eglee from The Walking Dead has become the new showrunner. However, original American Gods writer Neil Gaiman has remained a part of the series since its inception.

                  American Gods’ third season is set to premiere on Starz sometime in early 2020.



                  • I used to be a huge fan of Jackie Chan movies when I was little and well you can say I'm still fan of him although I barely watch any movies these days.
                    But he was just a crazy person. Probably one of the most injured actor of the movie history :/


                    • Originally posted by Gregzs View Post
                      "One place we know we'll see Batwoman is in this year's massive Arrowverse crossover. And it looks like it's going to be quite a crowd. The "Crisis on Infinite Earths" event will also include not one, but two versions of the Man of Steel. Both Tyler Hoechlin and Brandon Routh will play Superman in the upcoming CW confab, which is inspired by the iconic comic book miniseries that reshaped the DC Universe in 1985-86.

                      According to Deadline, which broke the news, the two actors "will both portray him in different time frames" in the five-part event, which will span Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, and Batwoman in episodes airing in December and January.

                      Hoechlin has appeared as Superman and Clark Kent on Supergirl since 2016 and was a key part of "Elseworlds" last year. But for Routh, the gig is a bit of a surprise. In the Arrowverse he plays Ray Palmer (aka the Atom) on Legends of Tomorrow, but he had his breakout role as the star of the 2006 film Superman Returns. "Honored, humbled, grateful, and still pinching myself," the actor tweeted of the news."


                      Arrow's Stephen Amell Perfectly Sums Up Why Smallville's Tom Welling Is in Crisis on Infinite Earths

                      After weeks of rumors and reports that the Arrowverse would finally crossover with Smallville in Crisis on Infinite Earths, a new report confirmed that Clark Kent actor Tom Welling would be reprising his role in the event coming to The CW. This marks the first time Welling has returned to the role that helped launch his career since Smallville ended in 2011, and he'll likely be meeting two other versions of Superman played by Brandon Routh and Tyler Hoechlin respectively.

                      Now Arrow star Stephen Amell is speaking out on Welling's comeback, explaining that everything comes from the foundation Smallville laid with one succinct GIF file.

                      Welling previously confirmed his involvement in the crossover in a comment on Instagram, but since had to backtrack because it wasn't publicly announced. He and co-star Michael Rosenbaum both said that no one had contacted them to appear in the Crisis crossover, though now it's clear that one of them was lying.

                      All of the major characters from The CW's shows will make major appearances in Crisis on Infinite Earths, which will be a five-part event with episodes from Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, and the new series Batwoman.

                      The Flash showrunner Erik Wallace explained that the crossover will disrupt the entire multiverse in the The CW's DC Comics shows, but that The Flash would see a huge disruption when Crisis begins.

                      “It’s like stepping on a landmine,” said Wallace. “All of a sudden the future is today, and that turns everything upside-down. You’ll see each member of Team Flash react in their own unique, and sometimes tragic, way.”

                      The Flash star Grant Gustin also teased how the series would affect his character during an interview with ComicBook earlier this summer.

                      “I can’t spoil too much because I haven’t read it yet,” Gustin explained.. “I’ve been teased a lot from our guys what it’s going to be. The Monitor shows up at the end of our first episode and says the universe is in jeopardy and in order to save the universe, Barry Allen has to die. And Barry Allen doesn’t know about this deal Oliver made with the Monitor, either, so someone’s gonna die.”

                      Crisis on Infinite Earths will begin on The CW this December.



                      • Filming for Picard was completed this week. There is still no date for release other than early 2020.

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                          • Daredevil Star Charlie Cox and More Crash #SaveDaredevil Party

                            There are few fandoms more passionate in the wake of cancellation than #SaveDaredevil, the movement actively lobbying for the continuation of Daredevil on one platform or another. The group gathered at a New York City rooftop bar Saturday afternoon during New York Comic Con and before long, Ol' Hornhead himself, Charlie Cox, appeared to chat it up with the fans gathered.

                            The fun didn't stop there as Marvel executive Joe Quesada, Daredevil star Susan Varon (Josie), and The Punisher star Royce Johnson (Detective Mahoney) soon joined the festivities. The #SaveDaredevil team has provided a handful of pictures from the event, which you can find throughout the piece.

                            Quesada even took to Twitter to share a few of the trinkets he got from the meetup, including an exclusive #SaveDaredevil pin and coaster. He made sure to point out he was "hanging out with the greatest DD fans in the world!"

                            Daredevil star Vincent D'Onofrio — though absent from the Comic Con party — has also been a big proponent of the movement, previously revealing on Twitter he's doing whatever he can to see the show lives on.

                            “[The cancellation] kind of [left] us all in this uninformed, weird place. You ask any actor on this show if they want to do it again if they had the chance and they’re going to say yes, because the experience was so fun and inventive, and the characters are so strong,” the actor told the Daily Mail in a recent interview.

                            “I feel the same way as everybody involved, not just the actors but the crew, and even Jeph Loeb over at Marvel, we miss it, we want to do that show.”

                            As it stands now, fans still won't be able to see Matt Murdock or any of the characters that showed up in Daredevil — or any of Marvel's other Netflix shows, for that matter— for at least one more year. Previous reports suggest Marvel isn't allowed to use, or even develop, properties with the characters that appeared on Netflix for two years after the shows were cancelled.



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