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With Marvel Studios keeping a tight-lip about their post-Endgame properties, all eyes are on Warner Bros. as they seek to further capitalise on their DC comics properties following the critical and commercial successes of Aquaman and Wonder Woman. Most pressingly, then, is the studio’s first true sequel since 2008’s The Dark Knight – next year’s […]

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The feminist film season Lives Unwritten: Women and Domestic Work on Film is underway at the Geffrye Museum of the Home in Hoxton. The season runs until 27th April and is a timely exploration of the complex cultural and socioeconomic tensions of domestic labour, and its continued impact on women around the world. This weekend […]

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With the recent release of Captain Marvel, the buzzy Shazam! just days away, and MCU juggernauts Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home on the horizon, it’s easy to forget about the other ‘capes and powers’ flick set to grace multiplexes this year; X-Men: Dark Phoenix. With the recent approval of the Disney/Fox merger, it’s […]

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The controversial road-trip racial relations drama Green Book, from director Peter Farrelly (Movie 43), has now passed $300 million at the international box office, thanks to a strong post-Oscars buzz. The feature, from Universal Pictures and starring Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali, has now grossed $84.5 million in the US and $219.6 million internationally, pushing its […]

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi’s Mark Hamill – yes, that Mark Hamill – has announced that he will provide the voice of the sentient serial killer doll Chucky in the forthcoming Child’s Play reboot. The actor announced the news on social media – in tandem with the Child’s Play panel at the WonderCon convention in […]

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Yikes. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’s Ezra Miller is, according to sources close to Warner Bros., hanging up his super-suit for good – with multiple reports announcing that the actor will no longer portray The Flash. The actor, who first cameoed as Barry Allen (pre-super suit) in Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice […]

The post Ezra Miller Done As The Flash, Solo Movie To Recast If It Goes Ahead appeared first on Movie Marker.

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Disney and director Tim Burton’s live-action adaptation of the animated classic Dumbo has landed with a bit of a thud this weekend, underperforming at the box office. Domestically, the flick pulled in a somewhat-less-than-overwhelming $45 million – the lowest opening of any of the live-action Disney remakes so far, and significantly lacking when compared to […]

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British thespians Benedict Cumberbatch and Colin Firth have joined the cast of Skyfall director Sam Mendes’ forthcoming WWI film, 1917. The two join fellow cast members Mark Strong (Kingsman: The Secret Service), Andrew Scott (Sherlock), and Richard Madden (Game of Thrones). DreamWorks Pictures and Universal Pictures both announced yesterday that the film would commence shooting at […]

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America’s sweetheart, Tom Hanks, is in negotiations to portray Colonel Tom Parker, the manager of Elvis Presley, in Baz Luhrmann’s presently untitled biopic about the King of Rock n’ Roll. Parker originally discovered Presley, and went on to forge a career for the young man, seeing potential no one else did. The Colonel was responsible […]

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With the Disney/Fox merger in the process of uniting two of the largest forces in Hollywood, many have begun speculating about the future of the House of Mouse’s biggest franchise; the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Given that Fox owned the X-Men up until last week, much of the X-franchise had been in limbo (well, more so […]

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