WEEKLY ROUNDUP

  • The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo might get a sequel with Alicia Vikander as a potential Rooney Mara replacement and Steven Knight in talks to write an adaptation of The Girl in the Spider’s Nest. (THR)
  • The always regal Nicole Kidman may join Wonder Woman. (The Wrap)
  • Jennifer Lawrence reveals the synopsis for her collaboration with Amy Schumer. (ET)
  • Jordan Peele’s Get Out gets a star in Allison Williams. (Variety)
  • Key & Peele are also developing Wendell and Wild an animated movie. (Variety)
  • Chi-Raq, Spike Lee’s upcoming film, gets a controversial trailer for the controversial subject matter. (Vimeo)
  • London Has Fallen, the sequel to Olympus Has Fallen, has dropped an official trailer where Gerard Butler and Aaron Eckhart will fight global terrorism once again and probably head stab some terrorists (YouTube).
  • Duncan Jones finally gets to make Mute and the world is a better place for it. (Duncan Jones)
  • Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them has some new images showcasing a brighter, more American color palette for these Harry Potter prequels. (EW)
  • Phil Lord & Chris Miller bring the director of Dope to direct a remake of Greatest American Hero. (Deadline)
  • Sacha Boren Cohen has more in common with an Adam Sandler vehicle in the trailer for The Brothers Grimsby. (IGN)
  • Michael Stuhlbarg is possibly joining the MCU in next year’s Doctor Strange. (Variety)
  • Charlie Kaufman’s stop-motion drama gets an existential trailer. (JoBlo)
  • Bayghaze continues with another 13 Hours: Secret Soldiers of Benghazi trailer. (Paramount)
  • David Fincher and James Cameron were helpful in making Deadpool a reality. (Collider)
  • DC movies might have origin stories pop up after Justice League Part 1 & 2 to expand their story models. (Collider)
  • The current director of The Crow remake is convinced the project is real and it’s happening at some point. (ET)

TRAILER OF THE WEEK

The Hateful Eight made big waves here with us AE folk but the official Warcraft trailer is finally here!

 

TWEETS OF THE WEEK

 

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