"Attack on Titan" season 2 may bring new titans when it is released next month, but there will also be returning titans such as the Armoured Titan and Colossal Titan.
Rumor has it that "Attack on Titan" season 2 will come out in February, but anime director Tetsuro Araki still has not confirmed the release date of the sequel. Some fans may not understand why the manga adaptation has taken years to release a second season, but the gap exists for a good reason, according to Crossmap.
There is a standing agreement between Araki and "Attack on Titan" manga writer Hajime Isayama to always let the manga adaptation run four arcs ahead of the anime adaptation. This deal ensures that the latter will not overtake the manga's story and create a big departure from the original plot, the report explains. more >>
"The Pirates of the Caribbean 5" is said to be unique from the previous sequels, but it may be the last Captain Jack Sparrow movie for Walt Disney and Motion Pictures.
Johnny Depp, who stars in the movie franchise as Captain Jack Sparrow, previously revealed that "Pirates of the Caribbean 5" will be different from the movie's previous installment. The upcoming movie may mark the end of the pirate adventure franchise, according to the Lawyer Herald.
The rumors surfaced last year while Depp was delaying the movie's production due to his personal problems. During the movie's production, Depp had to undergo a hand surgery that also contributed to the postponement of the film's release, Movie News Guide reports. more >>
F. Gary Gray, who is set to helm the highly anticipated "Furious 8," the latest installment in Universal Pictures' "The Fast and The Furious" franchise, has spoken up about the approach he is taking for the film and said that he wants it to feel "fresh" and "different."
Acknowledging the fact that he can't disclose too many details about the forthcoming "Fast & Furious" sequel, Gray told Collider, "All I have to say is I'm extremely excited about the direction we're going in, and we're really pushing to make sure the audience feels like it's not more of the same."
The "Straight Outta Compton" director stressed that he wants the film to have what fans of the franchise have come to expect, but, at the same time, he also wants to give it some new flavor. "They feel like it's fresh, they feel like the characters they've come to know and love are there, but this is gonna be different, and that's probably the most I can give you right now," Gray said. more >>
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2015 was an important year for a lot of reasons, but for the nerd community, one of the biggest milestones came on October 21 — the day Marty McFly from "Back to the Future" arrived in a time-traveling DeLorean from 1985. Most of the film's predictions didn't pan out. Even though the Chicago Cubs came close to the World Series.
But when Marty McFly stumbled into an advertisement for "Jaws 19," his sojourn in 2015 came eerily close to ours. As Ross Douthat points out in The New York Times, the fact that the top-earning flick of last year was the seventh installment in a saga that was already classic in Marty's time says a lot about the state of Hollywood. more >>
There are still a couple of months left before DC Entertainment's big superhero film of 2016, "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," is released. Yet Zack Snyder, the film's director, is already teasing the next movie in the DC Extended Universe film series, "Justice League," which is set to be released in 2017.
Last week, Snyder fuelled fan speculation when he said, "In a weird way, 'Justice League' is the next step for these characters to form a bigger team," adding, "Maybe there's a bigger enemy to fight."
The usually secretive Snyder has now revealed what he meant by "bigger enemy," telling The Daily Beast: "Well, you have Doomsday, right? He doesn't just crawl out of the ground. He has his own mythology, right? So that has to be explored…" more >>
"Fast and Furious 8" will still feature the same characters, but the story itself will give the audience a fresh feel, director F. Gary Gray teased.
In an interview with Collider, F. Gary Gray revealed that Vin Diesel, who both stars in and produces the franchise, was delighted when he presented his concept for "Fast and Furious 8." The director also hinted that the upcoming film will feature more action set pieces and character narrative to satisfy the fans.
While Gray did not exactly reveal the plot of "Fast and Furious 8," he hinted that the movie will take a new direction to keep it fresh. He will capitalize on the ending of "Fast and Furious 7" to steer the reboot into a great new story. more >>