Christopher Nolan’s WWII Film About J. Robert Oppenheimer Lands At Universal & Begins Filming In 2022

Director Christopher Nolan has been shopping around a new World War II film project to multiple studios about J. Robert Oppenheimer’s development of the atomic bomb in the Manhattan Project. His work ultimately led to the surrender of the Japanese after two atomic bombs were unleashed upon the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki byContinue reading “Christopher Nolan’s WWII Film About J. Robert Oppenheimer Lands At Universal & Begins Filming In 2022”

Christopher Nolan Developing WWII Film About J. Robert Oppenheimer, Father Of The Atomic Bomb: Cillian Murphy May Star

A new report is giving us an idea of what the next film from Christopher Nolan will look like and seemingly confirms that he’s indeed looking to leave Warner Bros. for a new studio home or at least considering it. Deadline has revealed that Nolan is currently shopping around a new World War II filmContinue reading “Christopher Nolan Developing WWII Film About J. Robert Oppenheimer, Father Of The Atomic Bomb: Cillian Murphy May Star”

Marvel Studios Needs To Hire The Creative Team Behind FX’s ‘Mr. Inbetween’ For A ‘Wolverine’ Series

Earlier in the week, I mentioned a desire to see Loki series director Kate Herron tackle Marvel’s X-Men reboot. Keeping with the mutant topic, I’ve been watching the Aussie hitman series Mr. Inbetween from FX (now it’s in it’s third season) lately and I can’t help to get huge Wolverine vibes from this show. I’mContinue reading “Marvel Studios Needs To Hire The Creative Team Behind FX’s ‘Mr. Inbetween’ For A ‘Wolverine’ Series”

‘A Quiet Place Part II’ Expected To Surpass ‘Godzilla Vs. Kong’s Domestic Opening With An Impressive $57 Million Over The Memorial Day Weekend

It’s hard to deny that the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the landscape for various films to earn top-dollar and with the American box office struggling over the last year, you can’t blame movie fans for getting excited about the small victories concerning the box office slowly coming back to life. This weekend saw A QuietContinue reading “‘A Quiet Place Part II’ Expected To Surpass ‘Godzilla Vs. Kong’s Domestic Opening With An Impressive $57 Million Over The Memorial Day Weekend”

The Legacy of Wolverine & Who Marvel Should Cast As The Iconic Mutant

After the merger between Disney and 21st Century, the film and television rights to live-action X-Men projects reverted back to Marvel. This has led to the announcement of Jon Watts directing a reboot of The Fantastic Four, another group of characters that came home to Marvel in the wake of the merger. Marvel Studios doesn’tContinue reading “The Legacy of Wolverine & Who Marvel Should Cast As The Iconic Mutant”