Hugh Jackman is speaking out about how his Wolverine will factor into Deadpool 3, following the character’s death in the 2017 film Logan.
Hugh Jackman is speaking out about how his Wolverine will factor into Deadpool 3, following the character’s death in the 2017 film Logan.
EXCLUSIVE: Elvis filmmaker Baz Luhrmann has been tapped to receive the Advanced Imaging Society’s Harold Lloyd Award at the 2023 Lumiere Awards, which are taking place at The Beverly Hills Hotel on February 10.
After years and years of hoping and praying and being pestered by Ryan Reynolds, a Wolverine Vs. Deadpool movie is finally happening in “Deadpool 3,” coming in the fall of 2024 (not the official title of the film as of right now).
Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny director James Mangold returned to Twitter over the weekend to shut down rumors alleging trouble with the sequel's production.The 59-year-old filmmaker shot back at claims that he had shot alternate endings and had to do reshoots, presumably at the behest of Disney.'So I took a b-day break from trolls. But it seems I gotta once again say…We’re not shooting and never shot any new scenes or "alternate endings,"' Mangold clarified on Twitter on Sunday.Earlier this month, the director shut down claims that Phoebe Waller-Bridge would be replacing Harrison Ford — who appears decades younger than his 80 years in a portion of the film thanks to de-aging technology — by the conclusion of the story.
The anticipation is incredibly high for the new “Indiana Jones” film, ‘The Dial of Destiny.’ There have been questions surrounding this film since the day it was announced.
Well, we finally have the title of ‘Indiana Jones 5.’ It’s called “Indiana Jones and The Dial of Destiny,” and the first trailer, poster, and new images are here. The Walt Disney Company today released the teaser trailer and poster for Lucasfilm’s “Indiana Jones and The Dial of Destiny,” the highly anticipated fifth installment of the iconic “Indiana Jones” franchise, starring Harrison Ford as the legendary hero archaeologist and directed by James Mangold (“Ford v Ferrari,” “Logan”).
Disney and Lucasfilm have today revealed that their fifth Indiana Jones film, slated for release in theaters on June 30, 2023, is titled Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny — at the same time unveiling the first trailer and stills for the anticipated title.
Well, we finally have the title of Indiana Jones 5. It’s called “Indiana Jones and The Dial of Destiny,” and the first trailer, poster, and new images is here.
Alejandro González Iñárritu (Bardo) is set to receive the Cinema Audio Society’s Filmmaker of the Year honor at the59th CAS Awards, taking placing at the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown hotel on March 4.
It’s starting to sink in that Harrison Ford is hanging up his whip with “Indiana Jones 5.” The 80-year-old actor ends his tenure as the beloved tomb raider and part-time archaeology professor next summer. The fifth installment is directed by James Mangold (“Ford Vs.
EXCLUSIVE: Sony has rounded out its cast for The Equalizer 3, with Eugenio Mastrandrea (From Scratch), Remo Girone (Ford v Ferrari), Sonia Ammar (Scream), Daniele Perrone (Baaria), Andrea Scarduzio (Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One) and Andrea Dodero (Blocco 181) signing on for roles.
When moviegoers head to theaters to experience Indiana Jones 5, they will see a “de-aged” Harrison Ford, according to director James Mangold.
With more info about “Indiana Jones 5” coming out recently, there’s much speculation about the upcoming blockbuster. Fans now know a couple of new things now, like the film taking place in 1969.
As 2022 draws to a close, Hollywood prepares to give its big 2023 films a nice boost in previews. And no film has had a bigger boost in the past week than “Indiana Jones 5,” ready to hit theaters next June.
Directed by James Mangold (“Ford v Ferrari,” “Logan”), the trailer for the fifth “Indiana Jones,” still technically untitled but colloquially known as “Indiana Jones 5” for now, is right around the corner. And you can tell because Lucasfilm—who debuted a thrilling but mostly detail-free trailer at Comic-Con this summer— is finally letting some details out of the bag in the lead-up to its release, which may be next week.
It’s been nearly fifteen years since Harrison Ford last donned Indiana Jones’ iconic fedora in “Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull.” And that film left the character on a high note, with Jones happily married to Karen Allen‘s Marion Ravenwood.
Remember, January 2020? Sure, the world still felt as if it was going to fall apart, but we had no idea the COVID pandemic was just on the horizon. It was page 2 news, at best.
FLEABAG star Phoebe Waller-Bridge may replace Harrison Ford as whip-cracking archaeologist Indiana Jones, according to reports. Waller-Bridge, 37, is set to be introduced to the hugely successful franchise in the upcoming fifth film in the series, as Helena, Jones’ granddaughter. And legendary actor Harrison Ford, 80, may be about to pass on his bullwhip and sense of adventure to Phoebe as film-makers have shot a series of possible endings, including Indy’s death.
Studio Ghibli took to Twitter on Thursday to hint at a collaboration with Lucasfilm.
Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen (“Another Round”) has been moving between arthouse films, acclaimed dramatic performances, and more sizable blockbuster fair, recently seen in “Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore” (replacing Johnny Depp as the main villain Gellert Grindelwald). He also has a key role in Lucasfilm’s upcoming “Indiana Jones 5” from director James Mangold (“Logan,” “Ford V.
Sony’s Columbia Pictures has pushed back the release date for its live-action Harold and the Purple Crayon film from January 27 to June 30, 2023.
EXCLUSIVE: Paul Calderón (Pulp Fiction, Bosch) has joined the cast of the Marvel Studios Disney+ series Ironheart in an undisclosed role, Deadline has learned.
Clayton Davis The depth of Hugh Jackman, the Australian leading man whose multi-talented arsenal has graced the screen and stages over the last three decades, is one of the entertainment industry’s most versatile actors. His movies have a collective gross of more than $5 billion worldwide, placing him in the top 25 earners of all time. To celebrate Jackman’s birthday, Variety ranks his 12 best film performances of his career so far. His big break came when he landed the superhero Wolverine in 20th Century Fox’s inaugural “X-Men” (2000), which was followed by several sequels and spin-offs, most notably “Logan” (2017). An actor’s actor, he’s worked alongside some of the industry’s finest actors such as Nicole Kidman (“Australia”) and Meg Ryan (“Kate and Leopold”) and visionary directors like Christopher Nolan (“The Prestige”) and Denis Villeneuve (“Prisoners”). After hosting the 81st Academy Awards in 2009, his personal invitation to the Oscars when he took on the famous role of Frenchman and former prisoner Jean Valjean in Tom Hooper’s “Les Misérables” (2012), which earned him a best actor nomination, in addition to a Golden Globe prize for lead actor (comedy/musical).
Netflix has no lack of thriller movies to watch. Just like any other film genre, thrillers contain multitudes – some are compelling, some send chills down your spine, and others merely get you really invested in the story. You’ll find all of that and more in our list of the best thrillers on Netflix right now, as we’ve crafted a carefully curated list of films that fit into the thriller genre but won’t leave you disappointed.If you like twists in your thrillers, “Identity” is full of them.
Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman are answering all the Wolverine-Logan questions anyone could have. But don’t expect to hear them.
Zack Sharf “The Wolverine” and “Logan” director James Mangold initially reacted to the news that Hugh Jackman will reprise his eponymous mutant opposite Ryan Reynolds in “Deadpool 3” with a gif depicting the fatal scene in “Logan” in which Jackman’s character is killed off for good. The R-rated “Logan” was billed as Jackman’s Wolverine swan song, but that’s no longer the case, nor does his “Logan” death scene carry the same emotional weight. While many on social media assumed Mangold was irked by the decision to bring Wolverine back after he killed him off, the filmmaker clarified that’s not the case. “Oh my gosh! Everybody chill,” Mangold wrote on Twitter. “Just kidding! I’m all good! ‘Logan’ will always be there. Multiverse or prequel, time warp or worm hole, canon or non-canon or even without a rationale, I cannot wait to see what madness my dear friends Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman cook up!”
Hugh Jackman is set to sport his claws again and reprise his role of Wolverine in Deadpool 3.Ryan Reynolds shared a most welcome update yesterday about the upcoming Marvel movie, and announced that Jackman would play Wolverine ‘one more time’. Jackman’s third solo movie, Logan, was sold as his final appearance as the X-Men character, after 17 years in the role. Now, James Mangold, the director of The Wolverine and Logan, has shared his thoughts about the news. While many fans were elated that Jackman would be joining the wider Marvel Cinematic Universe, Mangold sent out a cryptic tweet. The Indiana Jones 5 director simply shared the gif of Wolverine’s brutal death in Logan, which was an emotional moment, where he sacrificed himself for his new-found daughter. Oh my gosh! Everybody chill. Just kidding! Iâm all good! LOGAN will always be there.
pic.twitter.com/v1OLXfN6i9A huge amount of people took this as proof that he agrees with the criticism and also is quite mad about the situation. Not so.
The Wolverine and Logan director James Mangold had some thoughts about the announcement that frequent collaborator Hugh Jackman would be reprising his iconic role for Deadpool 3.
Harrison Ford is ready to jump into the action once more.MORE: Yellowstone spinoff series starring Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren gets name change - here's whyThe actor made his long-awaited Indiana Jones comeback at Disney's D23 Expo in California on Saturday, where he premiered the first teaser for Indiana Jones' fifth installment.He made a surprise appearance at the event, and per Variety, was seen holding back tears as he spoke to the crowd about the upcoming action film.WATCH: Harrison and Calista Flockheart's love storyMORE: Phoebe Waller-Bridge joins fifth Indiana Jones film - and fans are over the moonJoined by director James Mangold and co-star Phoebe Waller-Bridge, of Fleabag fame, he opened up about his forty-year tenure as the iconic adventurer, and hinted that the fifth movie might be his last run."Thank you for making these films such an incredible experience for all of us," he said, adding: "I'm very proud to say that this one is fantastic. And this is one of the reasons," pointing to Phoebe, who stars as Helena.He said: "Indiana Jones movies are about fantasy and mystery, but they're also about heart… We have a really great story to tell, as well as a movie that will kick your ass." The star appeared ready as ever to premiere his comebackHinting that this might be his very last time appearing on the screen as the unforgettable Indy, he said: "This is it.
supports HTML5 videoThe King of Adventure, Harrison Ford, is back for Indiana Jones 5, his final outing in the iconic film series, and was visibly emotional as he shared a teaser at Disney’s D23 Expo.That’s right, we got the first trailer for the latest of Indy’s escapades on Saturday during the D23 Expo in California, and its star, Hollywood veteran Harrison, appeared onstage to speak about the footage.He was joined by director James Mangold and his co-star, actress and writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge.He looked emotional as he thanked the crowd for all the support through the years.‘Thank you for making these films such an incredible experience for all of us,’ he said.‘I’m very proud to say that this one is fantastic. And this,’ he added, pointing to Fleabag star Phoebe, ‘is one of the reasons.’‘Indiana Jones’ movies are about fantasy and mystery, but they’re also about heart,’ he continued, his voice wavering.
Preparing for the release of the new Indiana Jones, Harrison Ford walked out on stage at the D23 Expo and gave an emotional speech introducing the trailer.'I'm very proud to say this one is fantastic. Indiana Jones movies are about mystery and adventure, but they are also about heart,' said the star.'We have a very human story to tell and a movie that will kick your a**!' His last time: Preparing for the release of the new Indiana Jones, Harrison Ford walked out on stage at the D23 Expo and gave an emotional speech introducing the trailerThe actor got choked up throughout the talk, but the audience cheered and applauded his heartfelt message when he finished.Now 80 years old, Harrison said this would be the last time he would star as the treasure-hunting character, a physically demanding role, 'This is it! I will not fall down for you again.'During the brief speech, his costar, Phoebe Waller-Bridge walked on stage as the Star Wars actor praised her work in the upcoming thriller.
Harrison Ford has confirmed Indiana Jones 5 will be his last film in the franchise.The actor appeared during a presentation at Disney’s D23 Expo on Saturday (September 10) to share the trailer from the upcoming film, where he shared the stage with Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy, director James Mangold (Logan) and cast member Phoebe Waller-Bridge.Speaking about the film, Ford, who appeared emotional following the trailer, said: “I’m very proud to say that this one is fantastic, and this is one of the reasons,” before pointing to Waller-Bridge.“Indiana Jones movies are about mystery and adventure, but they’re also about heart, and I’m really, really happy that we have a really human story to tell, as well as a movie that will kick your ass.”Harrison Ford getting emotional talking about this Indiana Jones movie. “This one kicks ass!” #D23Expo pic.twitter.com/uvbwTxzcxd— DisneyExaminer is at #D23Expo (@DisneyExaminer) September 10, 2022Harrison Ford & Phoebe Waller-Bridge received a standing ovation as they join director James Mangold on stage at #D23Expo pic.twitter.com/uUZZPOx7yf— Indiana Jones (@IndianaJones) September 10, 2022Ford later stated this would be his final outing as the character, adding: “This is it! I will not fall down for you again.”Indiana Jones 5 is the first instalment not to be directed by Steven Spielberg, who serves as a producer.
Thania Garcia During his annual Maestro of the Movies concert at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl on Friday, John Williams debuted a new piece of music called “Helena’s Theme,” part of the original soundtrack for the upcoming fifth “Indiana Jones” film. Although the fifth Harrison Ford-starring entry doesn’t arrive in theaters until next June (and doesn’t have an official name yet), Williams introduced the track by discussing its title — in reference to actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s character in the film — and added that he had recorded music for the James Mangold-directed film one week ago. Williams described the character as “an adventuress, and also a femme fatale… she’s many, many things… She has a kind of lyrical music, like an old movie star.”
Reese Witherspoon got candid about her role as June Carter Cash in "Walk the Line" and how she got cast in the movie. "That's a funny story because I had grown up in Nashville. I played Mama Maybelle Carter in the fourth grade play," she told her "Little Fires Everywhere" co-star Kerry Washington on her podcast.
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