Paramount Pictures finally announced the official title to the previously known fifth installment of the Transformers film franchise. The upcoming Michael Bay film will be called "Transformers: The Last Knight, and will be hitting the big screens in June of next year.
The official title came as quite a surprise for the franchise's followers, leading to speculations that the storyline might include the medieval times. "The Last Knight" will feature the return of Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg), with a new lead named Izabella (Isabelo Moner).
According to Comingsoon, the film production will start next month in Detroit. But just like the previous installments, this one also will feature scenes from various parts of the world. In response to the news that some parts of the film will be shot in Detroit, the commissioner of the Michigan Film and Digital Media Office, Jenell Leonard, said that it provides a definite boost to the state's economy. "Having one of the highest profile film franchises in Michigan is a major economic boost and a testament to the talent of the state's production community," she added. more >>
It sounds like Academy Award winner Jennifer Lawrence won't be voting for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
In an appearance on the BBC's "The Graham Norton Show" on Friday, May 13, with Johnny Depp, James McAvoy, and Jack Whitehall, the 25-year-old "X-Men: Apocalypse" star had some strong words for the presumptive nominee of the Republican Party for president.
When host Graham Norton asked Lawrence if she had ever met Trump, Lawrence said that she had not but that she did come close once, at a concert in which she had been "adamant" on finding the current frontrunner for the GOP nomination and making a video of herself cursing him out and making an obscene gesture. According to Lawrence, she thinks Trump knew that she was looking for him. more >>
Although filming for Gal Gadot's upcoming "Wonder Woman" movie has already wrapped up, many things about the movie that were previously unknown to fans continue to surface. While it is true that fans of the movie already know some things about the movie, especially its cast, it has only been revealed recently that Swedish MMA fighter Madeleine "Madde" Vall is actually part of "Wonder Woman" and plays the role of Egeria, one of the movie's Amazon warriors.
According to Comic Book, this news surfaced when Vall posted on her Instagram account a photo of her with a caption translated to English, saying that she had just come home from a location shoot of "Wonder Woman," and it was the last day of shooting.
Good news for all the fans of the "Transformers" movie series. The fifth installment of the franchise is moving forward as Paramount has already announced its official title. According to a report by IGN, the film studio revealed the title via a short animated first look that is posted in the film's official Instagram account.
Opening with a close up of Optimus Prime's robot face, the animation then shifted to present the title which is "Transformers: The Last Knight." Fans have expected a subtitle to come along with the upcoming sequel but many are confused as to what it pertains to. There are some who predicts that the title is something specific to the movie itself. It's also said that it could refer to either the Autobots or Decipticons.
Whatever the film could be about, it's something to look forward to as Director Michael Bay will be returning, as well as "Transformers: Age of Extinction" star Mark Wahlberg who will reprise his role as Cade Yeager. Another cast member that is confirmed already to play a part in the film is 14-year old Nickelodeon actress Isabela Moner. As detailed in ComicBook, she announced her involvement via a snippet video through her Twitter account. more >>
Speculations that Benedict Cumberbatch's Doctor Strange character to be included in the two-part "Avengers: Infinity War" have become even louder. This came after one of the scriptwriters of the movie, Stephen McFreely, cited Cumberbatch as an example when it comes to the scheduling of the actors for the upcoming Marvel movie during an interview.
"The scheduling has got to be a nightmare. You can't just say, 'Benedict Cumberbatch or whoever come to Atlanta for eight months.' It can't work that way," McFreely said.
Heroic Hollywood opines, though, that it is completely sensible for Cumberbatch's Doctor Strange character to be part of "Avengers: Infinity War" as he would be the one responsible for the opening the portals of Marvel Cinematic Universe to the dimensions of magic and many other things. The superhero-entertainment website claims that what the fans of the movie should look forward to is how the character will be woven into the story. more >>
"Deadpool" actor T.J. Miller, who played the titular superhero's foulmouthed friend Weasel, says that he is looking forward to reprising his role in a potential Weasel spin-off and in future 'X-Men' films.
In a recent phone interview with Cinema Blend, Miller said that he's eager to return to the big screen as Weasel in the upcoming "Deadpool" sequel and in future installments of the blockbuster hit. While it was unclear if Miller was speaking the truth or merely teasing, what he said about a possible spinoff starring his "Deadpool" character is something fans can get excited about.
"I'm excited about the prospect of a Weasel spin-off," the actor said, "because he makes this super suit, that's not great and it's a superhero in Las Vegas protects casinos." more >>