Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Turtletrekker, Jun 21, 2017.
I like Morbius okay. Will probably revisit it around Halloween. Good enough Halloween movie.
Nooooooo! Kraven is delayed nearly a year to August 2024. Seriously, what's the point of even living now? Somebody tell Putin to push the big red button.
Oh and Spider-Verse 3 has been taken off the release schedule entirely, but who care about that kiddie cartoon?
Damn, I'm really, really bummed out about Beyond's release date being pushed back. Across is easily one of my favorite films of the year thus far and I cannot wait for the sequel.
But I'm not surprised. Just very disappointed.
Of course, even without the strikes Spider-Verse wasn't meeting it's date. They hadn't even done any voice recording with the cast before the strikes started and that usually comes before the finished animation is created.
A studio hoping to clear another half billion in Box Office?
I'm really disappointed to hear about Beyond the Spider-Verse being pulled off the schedule, after the way Across ended, I was really hoping to get it as soon as possible. I'm a little surprised everything else got a new date but it didn't. Is the lack of a specific date just because animation is more complicated, so they're not as sure about how long it will take once they can get back to work?
It's because almost no work had been done on it. Even if there had been no strikes there was still no way it could have met the release date.
Venom 3 out in a year? They hadn't even started filming that right? Sounds awfully optimistic.
They need to sort some things out because apparently it was a horrifically punishing hell for animators due to constant redoing of scenes.
Everyone is on strike and voice work didn't begin yet. They go over it in the article.
I posted before I read the article.
Long, quite good interview with Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who is promoting Kraven. Not sure how seriously he means all the good stuff he’s saying about it, but if he’s sincere, I hope it’s justified https://www.esquire.com/entertainment/a44730888/aaron-taylor-johnson-interview-2023/
I'm gonna play the odds and predict that it's dogshit.
I like those odds!
If I was a betting man, that would be some easy money.
I'm just glad they're being so faithful to the comics by making him a hero who gets special powers from magic lion blood. I hate it when the movies make characters unrecognisable.
Aaron is a good actor, but I'm not holding out much hope for the movie.
I've nothing against Aaron Taylor-Johnson, but "actor says movie he's in is going to be good" is hardly newsworthy. That's on the entertainment journos though, not him or the production . . . but yeah, previous track records suggest the chances of this movie not sucking are decidedly slim.
'El Muerto' officially dead.
"...after languishing in production limbo, the studio pulled the project from its release calendar, crushing Martínez’s dream role. When I ask him what happened, he hesitates. An awkward silence ripples across the table. “Next question,” asserts Solá, who’s seated at an adjacent booth. “I don’t know what to say,” Martínez replies, calling the issue “delicate.” Solá sharpens the point. “Obviously, it’s out,” she says of the film."
El Muerto by name…
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