Director David Dobkin (Wedding Crashers, Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga) recently spoke with Collider and mentioned that he had been contacted for a potential follow-up to this hit comedy Wedding Crashers for years. While he was hesitant to simply do a retread of the first film, he now says that he’d “be curious what it’d be like for guys in their late 40s who end up being single again and have to go back out to the world.” He goes on to say that “we started noodling on it” and there is a start, but nothing is being rushed.
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Afterward, an upcoming film starring Aaron Eckhart and Terrence Howard, is heading to Lionsgate’s Grindhouse Entertainment Group for North American distribution. Based on a true story, the film follows a father who has lost his daughter seeking truth and justice against his small town.
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One of the biggest surprises with Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse was the state of the art animation that gave the film a unique presence on screen. As the sequel continues production, producer Christopher Miller took to Twitter to tease even more eye-catching animation in the follow-up, which bows in 2022. See his tweet below.
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Warner Bros. is said to be developing a live-action film centered on Zatanna, the powerful Homo Magi superhero, in a project separate from Bad Robot’s Justice League Dark project. Originally reported by DCEU Mythic, this has yet to be confirmed and should be taken with a grain of salt.
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Walmart will team with Tribeca Enterprises to convert store parking lots into drive-in theaters in a touring program beginning this August. Details are scarce at this moment, but expect hit films and appearances from those involved. You’ll also have the opportunity to purchase “essentials” from said Walmart, to be ready for curbside pickup.
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