So 90% of the time, sequels suck and they put a bad taste in your mouth. But, sometimes, you love a movie so much, that re-watching it 20 times gets old. You need more. This is when sequels become necessary.
Ben Stiller has yet to produce a film better than this one. We need a sequel to make sure everyone's still doing okay and to see Derek Zoolander has mastered a look better than Blue Steel.
2. I Am Legend
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So, that cure apparently worked...but then what? Better yet, wasn't there supposed to a prequel to this film? We'll take anything at this point, we're dying for answers.
3. Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
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What we would give to see what everyone's up to in Toontown now, especially not-so-young Baby Herman. Does he look like a teenager now or is he still a baby?
If Goonies never say die, why haven't we been given a new movie? The Goonies have quit on us.
5. Mean Girls
Mean Girls 2 does not exist in our world.
6. Lemony Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate Events
Isn't this a series? Where are the rest of these movies? Please deliver, we actually liked this one.
7. The Incredibles
I'm sorry, but we've seen how many Cars films and Pixar gave us that God awful Planes movie, but no The Incredibles 2 yet?
8. The Breakfast Club
John Hughes created so many classics, but never came back to this reunite this crew. Seriously, we'd be so cool with seeing these guys together again, with the ridiculous scenario that all of their children just so happened to get Saturday detention together.
So there was the TV show, but not the same Cher, so not the same thing. Maybe you think a sequel would have ruined this film's classic status, but we think it would have just enhanced it.
10. The Mighty Ducks
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Okay, so there was D2 and D3, but we're waiting on D4, where it was rumored that Charlie Conway (Joshua Jackson, please comeback to us) gets himself into a very Gordon Bombay-like situation and is forced to coach a team. Fingers crossed this happens in the next 5 years.
Now, we know some of these movies were supposed to, or are possibly getting, a sequel, but it's been years since they were released, and we've seen nothing yet, so dear movie studios, we're still waiting! Tweet us which movie you think deserves a sequel!
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Between Marvel's ever-expanding cinematic universe, Sony's tangled web of Amazing Spider-Man characters, and the way Fox keeps rolling out X-Men films, Hollywood is in the middle of a veritable superhero onslaught. However, NikkiFinke.com reports that things are only just getting started, with DC and Warner Bros. planning to roll out their own interconnected series very soon. In addition to Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, the studios are working on a Justice League movie and solo films for Wonder Woman and Shazam, as well as a Flash/Green Lantern crossover and yet another outing for Superman.
Warner Bros. was set to officially unveil the plans at this year's Comic-Con, along with new details about the upcoming Sandman film with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and a tentative release schedule that would take them well into 2018. According to the site, the studio has been working on this for some time, and even delayed the release of Batman Vs. Superman so that it would better fit with the rest of the planned universe. With so many films lined up for such a short period of time (expect at least two DC films a year for the next four years) it can be a little difficult keeping track of everything on the slate. We've run down everything we know about the upcoming DC/Warner Bros. universe, along with the reasons you should get excited about them. Although it is kind of hard to be enthusiastic about two Man of Steel sequels.
Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice Release Date: May 2016 Who's In It: Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, and Laurence Fishburne will all reprise their roles from Man of Steel, and will be joined by Ben Affleck as Batman, Jeremy Irons as Alfred, Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman. What We Know About It: Plot details are still being kept under wraps, but it will feature Superman facing off against a "older, worn-down" Batman in some capacity. The film's also supposed to be both a follow up to Man of Steel and a prequel for the Justice League movie, so Wonder Woman and Cyborg will be involved in some capacity, although thus far it's not known how much screen time they'll get. How Excited We Are For It: Anything that gets fans as riled up as this film has is definitely worth seeing. As of right now, though, it's hard to predict if it will live up to all of its hype.
Shazam Release Date: July 2016 Who He Is: Originally known as Captain Marvel, Shazam is the altar ego of sports reporter Billy Baston, who was given magical powers by an ancient wizard who wanted Billy to help people. When he says "Shazam!" he is transformed into a super-human with powers from six mythical heroes: wisdom from King Solomon, strength from Hercules, stamina from Atlas, the power of Zeus, courage from Achilles, and speed from Mercury. What We Know About It: Not much. A Shazam film was rumored to be in the works until recently, when Peter Segal (who was on board to direct) left the project, citing the difficulties of turning Shazam's story into a film. Nobody was expecting it to turn up on the schedule, especially with such a close release date. How Excited We Are For It: It's hard to be excited about a project that nobody saw coming, but we're definitely intrigued to find out more. However, if this is indeed the secret DC character that The Rock has been hinting at recently, we're officially on board.
Sandman Release Date: December 2016 Who's In It: Joseph Gordon-Levitt is set to produce the project, and is also rumored to be starring as Dream. What We Know About It: To start, it has nothing to do with the other comic book movies that Warner Bros. is working on. The film, which is based on Neil Gaiman's wildly popular series, has been in development for 25 years, but this time Gaiman is involved in production, which is a good sign. However, the script is being written by David Goyer, which could cancel out some of that goodwill. How Excited We Are For It: Cautiously optimistic. The release date is the biggest sign of confidence we've seen so far, but there are still too many elements up in the air for us to to completely drop our guards.
Justice League Release Date: May 2017 Who's In It: Thus far, we're guaranteed to see Affleck, Cavill, and Gadot as Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman, respectively, as well as Ray Fisher as Cyborg. The studio has yet to cast the remaining team members, although Matt Damon and Jason Momoa have both been rumored for Aquaman. What We Know About It: It will be DC and Warner Bros' answer to The Avengers, so expect lots of action, explosions, and angst. It should also be connected to Batman Vs. Superman in some way, but that's all that's been revealed thus far. How Excited We Are: We're going to have to see Batman Vs. Superman first, but we're definitely looking forward to this one. Hopefully, the studio will use this as an opportunity to add some much-needed levity to the dark, gritty universe they're currently building. What's the point of a superhero film without the wisecracks?
Wonder Woman Release Date: July 2017 Who's In It: The only one we can say for sure is Gadot as Diana Prince a.k.a. Princess Diana of Themyscira a.k.a. Wonder Woman.What We Know About It: Next to nothing. DC and Warner Bros have wavered for so long on making a Wonder Woman movie that we have no idea what to expect, although we do have very high hopes. How Excited We Are For It: Are you kidding? We'd buy tickets now if we could. Fans have been clamoring for a Wonder Woman movie for so long that it's hard not to be a little skeptical about its chances of actually making it into theaters, but until we hear otherwise, we're just going to enjoy knowing that a Wonder Woman film is finally on its way.
Flash/Green Lantern Release Date: December 2017Who's In It: Though the DC universe technically already has a Green Lantern in Ryan Reynolds, they haven't hinted at whether he'll be reprising his role, or if they're looking in a new direction (probably the latter).What We Know About It: Again, next to nothing. We don't even know which iteration of the Green Lantern will be part of the team. It would make sense to continue with Hal Jordan, but if they're looking to differentiate this Lantern from Reynolds', they might be better off choosing a different alter ego. How Excited We Are For It: Not very. The last Green Lantern film was terrible, so we don't have a lot of confidence that this one will be better, and we can get our Flash fix with the upcoming CW show, so we won't be marking our calendars for this one just yet.
Man of Steel 2 Release Date: May 2018 Who's In It: Cavill, of course. We also wouldn't be surprised to see Adams, Fishburne, and Diane Lane come back, since they've all signed on for Batman Vs. Superman... unless any of them faces a grim fate in that film, which isn't too unlikely.What We Know About It: It will most likely deal directly with the events of Batman Vs. Superman and Justice League, although we are suprised to hear of this "official" Man of Steel sequel, considering Warner Bros. has been billing Batman Vs. Superman as such for some time now. How Excited We Are For It: We're in favor of anything that promises to get the memory of the first Man of Steel out of our head. Here's a chance to fix your mistakes, Warner Bros.
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Ten years after voicing Elastigirl in one of the greatest superhero movies of our time (The Incredibles), Holly Hunter might be looking for a new super suit. The Oscar winner has joined the cast of the upcoming Batman Vs. Superman, along with 300: Rise of an Empire actor Callan Mulvey and Wolverine star Tao Okamoto. In a statement about the casting decisions, director Zack Snyder revealed that he created Hunter's role especially for her, saying "Holly has always been one of my favorite actresses. She has immense talent and is always captivating on screen. I had an opportunity to meet her a while back and knew instantly that I had to work with her." Snyder hasn't yet revealed who she, Mulvey or Okamoto will be playing, but has said that all three characters are original.
Of course, that hasn't stopped fans from speculating that the "original" characters may later be revealed as major DC characters, in the same vein as Marion Cotillard's Miranda Tate revealing to be Talia al Ghul, or Benedict Cumberbatch's John Harrison ending up as Khan all along. Given how tightly Snyder and the team behind Batman Vs. Superman have kept details about the film under wraps, and the fact that Hunter will likely play a major role in the film, it wouldn't be surprising if she turned out to be a hero herself. Plus, it has the added benefit of avoiding any fan backlash, since people can't get upset about casting if they don't know who she's playing.
But with three major superheroes in the mix and very few plot details revealed, it's hard to pinpoint exactly what Hunter's potential secret identity could be. Since the film is a Man of Steel sequel and as such part of the Superman universe that Snyder has created, it seems logical for her to play one of his colleagues. There are dozens of reporters and editors at The Daily Planet that Hunter could portray, but we assume Snyder would want to give her a more important or recognizable character. The same rule would apply to the police officers and media moguls that both Kent and Superman deal with, although we wouldn't be surprised if she turned up in an authoritative role. However, if Snyder wanted to expand one of those roles — perhaps Maggie Sawyer, Metropolis police chief? — Hunter would be a great fit.
Unfortunately, many of Superman's powerful friends aren't as iconic as the characters in the Batman family, but there is at least one option that would suit Hunter. If Snyder still wants to explore Superman's origins, she could play Sharon Vance, one of Clark's childhood friends who shared a body with the cosmic entity Kismet, as the character would likely be involved in both stories related to Superman's past and present. In addition, Sharon is monitored by Lex Luthor for a time during the comic books, and Luthor is the main villain of the film, Hunter could play a significant role in that storyline.
However, since Sharon/Kismet only appear briefly in the comics, it seems a bit more likely that Hunter would play someone from Batman's cast of characters. Some fans have already hypothesized that Hunter would play Barbara Gordon, who eventually becomes Batgirl and Oracle. Alternatively, she could also portray Talia al Ghul or Selina Kyle, but the choice to bring those characters into the mix so soon after Christopher Nolan gave his take on them would come off peculiar. And then there are the civilians. The best bet for a Batman character for Hunter might be an everyday citizen who gets roped into the mayhem somehow. We could see Hunter as Sarah Essen Gordon, the wife of Gotham police commissioner James Gordon, who takes over the job from her husband for a short time.
Alternatively, Snyder could turn to the Wonder Woman inner-circle for Hunter's "secret identity," as Batman Vs. Superman will be a launching point for a solo Wonder Woman franchise. Of the three universes, Wonder Woman has the largest number of female supporting characters, none of whom have been portrayed on the big screen, which would make it a bit harder for fans and critics to predict who Hunter might play. For a more action-intense role, Hunter could be any one of the Amazons, although if we had to bet on anyone, it would be Queen Hyppolyta, Wonder Woman's mother and the leader of the tribe.
There is also the possibility that Snyder isn't lying about Hunter's character, and she really will be playing a completely original role (personally, we'd love to see her play a villainous role alongside Jesse Eisenberg's Lex Luthor). Although, based our experience with blockbuster casting mystery, we're having a hard time believing him. Guess we'll all just have to wait until May 2016 to find out.
After the huge success of Marvel’s The Avengers, then the monumental hype built up in anticipation of ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., DC has jumped on the superhero crossover universe bandwagon. Last summer, Zak Snyder announced Batman vs. Superman as the sequel to Man of Steel — with the controversial casting of Batfleck — which will lead to a Justice League movie. Then DC teamed up with Fox to announced their own version of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Gotham, a TV series that would follow James Gordon. Recently, Danny Cannon signed on to direct the pilot of Gotham as well as executive produce the series.
Cannon is a veteran of TV, having produced and directed shows like CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Miami, Dark Blue, Nikita, andThe Tomorrow People. However, fans of comics will be most excited about Cannon signing on to the project because he directed 1995’s Judge Dredd, an adaptation of the comic book character. Cannon joins Bruno Heller who created and wrote the script for Gotham’s pilot.
It’s good that Cannon has had experience working with action dramas on The CW because it’s home to DC’s already-successful action series, Arrow, as well as its spinoff, The Flash. Though Gotham will air on Fox, Cannon will have the ability and experience to create a cohesive shared universe between all three of the TV series.
As far as the plot of Gotham, all we know so far is that it will center on a younger version of James Gordon, an ally of Batman’s from the comic books. The most recent live-action incarnation of the character was played by Gary Oldman in Christopher Nolan’s Batman film series
Given the steadily declining ratings of S.H.I.E.L.D. and the increasing popularity of Arrow as well as The Flash (which hasn’t even shot a pilot yet,) it looks like DC might take over the comic book world on television. We have high hopes for Gotham, though if S.H.I.E.L.D. has taught us anything, it’s not to get our hopes up too high.
"I don't think I'll have anything to do with that movie. I was in a movie that was the end of a trilogy that I was super proud and fortunate to be in. I think these next movies are sort of a separate chapter." Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt doesn't expect to portray Batman's sidekick Robin opposite Ben Affleck in the sequel to Superman: Man Of Steel.
There has been nothing short of an avalanche of comic book properties making there way to television sets, and the deluge continues with Constantine. According to Deadline, Warner Bros. TV has announced that it will be creating the new television series based on the DC Comics character. John Constantine is a supernatural detective and con man that battles the forces of hell as well as heaven to protect humanity. The drama was sold to NBC and will be written and executive-produced by Daniel Cerone and David S. Goyer, who wrote Man of Steel.
We've already seen Constantine developed for film in the 2005 flick with Keanu Reeves playing the occult P.I., but Keanu, for all his good will, lacked the dark charisma and blonde locks necessary to impress longtime fans of the anti-hero. The character John Constantine was created by Legendary Comic Book writer Alan Moore, whose most famous works (The Watchmen, V for Vendetta, and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen) have all been adapted to film with varying levels of success. Hopefully, this Constantine television series will be able to take advantage of television's ability to tell long form stories in a way similar to a monthly comic book series. A cable network like Showtime or AMC would probably be better suited to really revel in the darker and grittier moments that the character's stories are known for, but NBC did embrace the darker side of televison with its critical hit Hannibal and can hopefully do the same with Constantine. John Constantine is also rumored to appear in the developing Guillermo Del Toro project, Justice League Dark.
This news comes on the heels of a Gotham City series staring Batman's Comissioner Gordon starting production at Fox, as well as the Flash spin-off set to accompany Arrow on the CW. While Marvel has completely walloped DC at the movies, it seems that DC is honing in on television production at a faster pace than their rival comic publisher.
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"We'll see your Coulson and we'll raise you a Gordon!" That's the way we imagine this news came to be — an angry Warner Bros directing this threat at Disney during Tuesday night's premiere of ABC's Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. Taking note of the buzz gained by the small screen Avengers spinoff, the studio behind every DC Comics film since 1978's Superman (excepting the two Swamp Thing movies — and we can't imagine why they passed on those) is setting into play its own television project, based unsurprisingly on its most popular and critically acclaimed franchise today. Deadline reports that the WB and the Fox Network will reproduce the Batman universe in an origin story series titled Gotham, which will focus not on the Dark Knight but on his pal Commissioner James Gordon.
The series will follow the exploits of lawman Gordon through the decrepit streets of Gotham long prior to the days of Bruce Wayne's reign. Like DC's last origin series, Smallville, Gotham will present a new look at the backstory behind the world built in decades of comic book and Hollywood movies. But taking a page from the S.H.I.E.L.D. book, Gotham diverts attention away from Batman — he won't be in the show at all, in fact — and toward the familiar but not particularly colorful character of Jim Gordon, who Christopher Nolan fans will know in the form of Gary Oldman.
And it is that lack of color that makes us wonder whether Gordon can and should headline his own program. He's a brick wall in the Nolan trilogy, a substantial and sturdy presence but not one you'd ever really marvel at. Surrounded by more ostensibly engaging characters — Batman, Robin, Alfred, Lucius Fox, Rachel Dawes, Selina Kyle, all the villains, and that boat full of convicts in The Dark Knight — Gordon's primary provision is audience surrogacy. He's the "normal" good guy through which we can view and relate to this crumbling Gotham. A fact that might make him a viable candidate for a meaty series were he not weighted down by the riveting connotations by all other corners of the Batman world. Independent from all things Wayne, we fear Gordon will bore fans expecting a reproduction of the Nolan aesthetic in the form of a weekly series. He doesn't have the geeky charm of Marvel's Agent Coulson, or the psychological traumas of pretty much anyone in his own canon. Without a pretty engaging supporting cast, we have apprehension that a Gordon series might translate to little more than a glorified crime procedural.
But perhaps there is more to be done with the everyman character than we're predicting. With a charismatic performer (S.H.I.E.L.D. got Clark Gregg, but don't expect Fox to snag Oldman for this project), Gordon might have more in his pocket than just grimaces of fading hope and a giant flashlight. With a dense world and writing with some teeth, a James Gordon Gotham is hardly D.O.A..
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Spider-Man actor James Franco has become the latest star to speak out in support of Ben Affleck following his casting as Batman, insisting fans should give the Oscar-winner a chance. Affleck will portray the Caped Crusader in the upcoming sequel to this summer's (13) Superman blockbuster Man of Steel, but his casting has been met with fury from many comic book fans, who have even started a petition to have the role re-cast.
Franco, who played Harry Osborn in three Spider-Man movies, is adamant Affleck has proved himself as a worthy actor and director, and suggests he should even step behind the camera to take charge of the superhero film.
He tells E! Online, "I think he’s proved himself now as both a director and an actor. But I will say he’s best in the movies he directs. Maybe he should direct it. I think he should direct it... I think he'll be a good Batman."
Franco also insists fans shouldn't hold a grudge over Affleck's previous role in panned 2003 superhero movie Daredevil.
He adds, "Daredevil wasn’t my favourite movie, but I don’t blame Ben for that. As an actor, there’s this crazy thing where you could be good, you do good work, but then if you’re in a movie that’s not so good, they blame you… That’s just crazy thinking.”
Other stars who have voiced support for Affleck's casting as Batman include the actor's friend Matt Damon and his wife Jennifer Garner, as well as Josh Brolin, who was briefly considered for the role, and The Dark Knight Rises star Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
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Superman and Batman will soon be teaming up in the Man of Steel sequel, but what about Supergirl and Batgirl? Every day it seems there’s another superhero movie at the box office raking in millions of dollars. What do all these movies have in common besides big action sequences, city destruction, and superpowers? Testosterone.
Although the comic book pages are full of cool female characters with a trick or two up their sleeves, few have made the leap onto the silver screen. And the ones who have? The less said about Catwoman or Electra, the better. Instead of another super movie starring a studly dude, let’s give some of these cool ladies a try.
Black WidowAfter appearances in the smash hit The Avengers as well as Iron Man 2 and the upcoming Captain America: Winter Soldier, isn’t it about time Natasha Romanoff gets her own starring vehicle to play her spy games?
Wonder WomanSeriously, how is it possible that one of the most iconic superheroes still hasn’t made the jump to the large screen? What is it that makes Wonder Woman’s story so hard to adapt? From the failed Joss Whedon movie treatment to the even more failed David E. Kelly television pilot, poor Wondy has been in development purgatory for too long.
BatgirlDC Comics is pretty desperate to extend their most famous and critically appreciated franchise. Why not pick up the dynamic tale of Barbara Gordon? Batgirl would have plenty of thrills and include the gritty realism the new Batman movies are known for when Barbara is paralyzed and transitions into super hacker Oracle.
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StormOne of the few prominent women of color in comic books, Storm has been mostly sidelined in the big-budget X-Men movies. The solution, obviously, is to give the superheroine her own franchise. After all, there’s already been two Wolverine movies!
Spider-WomanInstead of another reboot of Spider-Man, why didn’t Marvel chose to tell the story of Spider-Woman instead? Jessica starts out as a villain but becomes a hero, making her arc an interesting spin on the usual superhero fare.
Captain Marvel It's almost unbelievable that Marvel is adapting Ant-Man for the big screen before one of their flagship titles, the tough-as-nails Captain Marvel. It’s high past time superpowered fighter pilot Carol Danvers made her debut on the big screen.
What do you think? What super ladies do you want to see grace the big screen? Share in the comments!
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It comes as quite the surprise to hear — so late in the casting game — The Playlist's reports that superstar Matt Damon would be signing onto Christopher Nolan's under-wraps science fiction film Interstellar. More than just surprising, it's suspicious. And the timing, well... it makes us wonder if the whole ordeal didn't go down something like this...
He heard the news just as everyone else had — on Twitter, the information presenting as a sea of varyingly humorous jabs on the subject matter. Ben Affleck, his lifelong pal and secret rival, had been cast as Batman. Matt Damon grew red in the face. He thought he had won. He had just starred in Elysium, a science-fiction blockbuster from the creative mind behind District 9. When the reviews came in lukewarm, Damon became uneasy. "It's okay," he thought. "It's still enough to tide everyone over until my next big move. My own directorial project, something that'll really blow everyone out of the water. After all, Argo wasn't that great." He swallowed nervously as he forced himself to accept these words. "I just have to make sure he doesn't do anything else before I get a chance to — " And before he knew it, it was over. Affleck had been named the next Batman. He had earned the support of Joss Whedon and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Things looked bad. Damon had to do something. Rumors that he might get back in the Jason Bourne game? No, too desperate! (Though let's at least keep 'em guessing for a while.) But what's better than the character of Batman? Maybe the guy who made him cool again in the first place...
Christopher Nolan. Interstellar. That's it. It's perfect. "Casey," Damon practically screamed into his iPhone 8 (a special model that only movie stars have). "How would you like to help me stick it to your brother?" And of course, the junior Affleck — already cast in the complex sci-fi — was on board. A meeting was set up. Damon had a part in the movie. Your move, Mallrats.
But back to reality for a minute. According to The Playlist, Damon's part will be a small one, and is yet undisclosed in nature. Reports add that Damon is considering a script titled A Murder Untold for his directorial debut (a phenomenon we've awaited for quite some time), written by Chris Terrio (that pretty-darn-great-after-all movie Argo). But for now, we'll just sink our teeth into his potential casting in Interstellar, and smile unknowingly as his nefarious ploy ensnares us all...
Author's Note: We do not think that Matt Damon is in any way the sort of resentful, calculating menace illustrated in the above hypothetical scenario. We've actually met him. He was really nice to us. He complimented my tie. We love him.
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