Marvel’s Blade finds its new director and more movie news

This week, Ketchup brings you more headlines from the world of film development news, covering titles like codeAnd the Ice DragonAnd the Indiana Jones 5.


Top story this week

Marvels code He finds the manager in time for 2024

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One of the biggest revelations from the Marvel Cinematic Universe at the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con was that Blade will be getting a reboot of its anti-vampire hero soon (after three films starring Wesley Snipes), and that the character will now appear by Mahershala Ali-winning on the Academy Award. Originally slated for fall 2023, Marvel then delayed Blade a full year to 9/6/2024 after the film’s original director, Bassam Tariq, departed in September.Mowgli mogul). Fans who feared a potential delay received the latest good news this week that Marvel Studios has found its new franchise code Director in London-raised French-born director Yann Demange whose previous work included 71 (96% certified fresh), White Boy Rick (Rotten 57%), and an episode of HBO country of love (88% fresh). Demange’s hiring is said to be part of a “creative overhaul,” as Marvel has also brought on a new screenwriter, Michael Starrbury (Legends of Chamberlain Heights). code Page One is being rewritten, but is still on track to begin filming sometime in early 2023 in Atlanta to keep its September 6, 2024 release date.


Other top headlines

1. George R. Martin Ice Dragon to become an animated feature

George RR Martin

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Fantasy and science fiction author George R.R. Martin had been writing for 25 years when it was first published game of thrones In (1996), which means there are a lot of stories in Martin’s bibliography that have nothing to do with the world of Westeros. One of them was a new children’s novel called Ice Dragonwhich was first published in 1980. In a recent interview, Martin revealed that Ice Dragon Coming soon as a feature film by Warner Bros. animation. Ice Dragon It may not be set in Westeros, but some of the themes are similar to game of thronesIt involves a Winter Child who protects her family and village from the North with the help of a powerful Ice Dragon. There is no release date Ice Dragonbut as Martin said in the interview, “We’re going to expand it into a fully animated movie…a theatrical movie, which we hope will be released at a motion picture palace near you.”


2. Indiana Jones 5 Set up reveal photos and some family villains

Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones in Indiana Jones 5

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Although there is (yet) no trailer for Indiana Jones 5 (6/30/2023), Walt Disney Pictures revealed some details about the film’s setting and premise. (We assume these details aren’t spoilers, as all of this information will likely appear in the final trailer.) Courtesy of two Empire Magazine exclusive excerpts, we now know Indiana Jones 5 The year is 1969, and Indy will be confronted by his Nazi villains ((played by Mads Mikkelsen and Boyd Holbrook), some of whom may have infiltrated NASA on the July 24, 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing mission. There was also a first-look photo of Phoebe Waller-Bridge as Helena, who is said to be Indy’s granddaughter.In very related news, director James Mangold also revealed that the beginning of the film will take place in 1944 (about 8 years later Raiders of the Lost Ark), with de-aging technology used to transform Harrison Ford into a look closer to its 1980s counterpart, when he starred in the first movie Indiana Jones Movies.


3. No Star Keke Palmer Lands action comedy Moxy

Keke Palmer

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A star this summer No (Certified Fresh at 82%) was Keke Palmer, whose career first began as a child actor, including a series of projects for Nickelodeon. For her next movie, Palmer is teaming up with a director and screenwriter who recently worked on Marvel projects for Disney+ to star in an action comedy called Moxyabout a stripper recruited by the FBI for a dangerous assignment. Moxy directed by hook (92%) co-director Bert (aka Amber Templemore-Finlayson, Bert of the “Bert & Bertie” partnership) from a screenplay written by Palmer and Heather Quinn, who also worked on three episodes of hookas well as Marvel’s Halloween special Werewolf by night (90% fresh certificate), and also participated in its production. Moxy The studios are currently shopping over the course of Thanksgiving week, so there’s no word yet on when it’ll be produced or released.


4. This Week in Bare Chains: Bruce Almaty 2 and birthday dead list

Deadpool poster (2016)

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There seems to be a recent increase in the number of discarded Hollywood projects that stars or other creatives are willing to discuss with careers, with a couple of such projects making the news during an otherwise slow Thanksgiving week. Let’s start with Ryan Reynolds, who revealed this next Deadpool 2 (Certified Fresh at 84%) Wrote a complete sentence dead list The film is about a Christmas theme, which may have included at least one “song and dance number”. The problem, Reynolds says, is that it “was lost in the Disney mix-up with the Fox acquisition and was never made.” Rather, the third dead list (co-starring Hugh Jackman as Wolverine) is now being developed by Marvel Studios for a November 8, 2024 release. Reynolds seems optimistic about a Christmas movie he’ll make one day, though, saying, “Maybe one day we’ll do this movie. It’s a movie.” Not a musical, but full dead list Christmas movie. Someday.” The other movie that’s been shelved this week is a sequel to the Jim Carrey comedy Bruce the Ripper (Rotten at 48%), which is a completely separate project from Steve Carell’s Evan Almighty (corrupt by 24%). A Curry sequel, if that happens, might as well be its title professoras it involves his character Bruce gaining Satan’s powers instead of God’s. professor It could have been more of a horror comedy, including Jennifer Aniston’s character becoming a zombie after Bruce tries to bring her back from the dead. With Jim Carrey speaking of retiring from the movie industry, it’s very likely Bruce Almighty 2: Brucefer Now it will never happen.


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